Have you ever wondered what makes a policy work? Have you ever thought why policies like RTE Act fail to achieve their objectives? Have you ever questioned what the role of the government should be?
Find the answers at ipolicy – a 2 day certificate course in Public Policy organised by India’s leading think tank Centre for Civil Society at Chennai from 23-24 March.
ìpolicy is an introductory course in Public Policy. The course involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues, and documentaries, designed to provide participants with opportunities to explore and shareideas about policy-based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.
Only 40 best applications would be selected for the course! Applications are open for all college students and young professionals.
Rs 3000, which will cover food and course materials for the entire duration of the program.
Goals of ìpolicy
To create a fun, open, and respectful environment where everyone is encouraged to think critically about social, economic, and political issues.
To evoke in participants a passionate inquiry into their own values and role in creating a good society.
To equip participants with fundamental concepts of political economy and sound public policy to enable them to understand the root cause of current challenges and effectively advocate for policy solutions through their current work and future professions.
To plug participants into a global network of opportunities to propel their intellectual growth, make personal connections and access resources to help them advance their vision of a free society.
We have conducted this same program across premier institutions in India like ISB Hyderabad, FMS Delhi, NLS Bangalore, IIM Kozhikode, IIT Delhi, IIT Madras, IIT Bombay, Delhi School of Economics and many more.
For details, visit the official website given here.
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