Yogya-Empowering Society is an independent think tank culminating the efforts of students, policy researchers, legal advisors to provide efforts for nation-building collectively.
Yojna (Young opportunities for the junior national aspirants) is a fresh competition by Yogya-Empowering Society, aiming at providing a platform to bring the understanding of Public Policy in use and framing holistic policies.
Participants from across the country will research on the given themes and then come up with effective policies. Best policies of Teams/Individuals will get an opportunity to present it in front of the concerned department of the Delhi Government.
Under this initiative, a lot of dedicated individuals can grab opportunities to learn about the insights of public policymaking under the guidance of adept policy researchers and come up with a research paper and policy at the end of the defined time period.
The entries are invited on the following themes:
Water Crisis in Delhi
Environment Policy of Delhi
River Yamuna and its Conservation and Management in Delhi
Students/researchers/academicians from various backgrounds of policy, law, social sciences, environmental studies, and other relevant disciplines are welcome to apply.
Best researchers will be provided with an opportunity to present their research work in front of the respective Ministers/Departments of Government of Delhi. They will also be provided with the certificate of appreciation from the said departments.
All the participants will receive a certificate of Participation from Yogya.
Last date for submission of Research with Policies: 26th October 2020
Authors are requested to send their electronic version of their manuscript .doc or .docx format to yogyaempoweringsociety[at]gmail.com with the subject “YOJNA FOR name of your theme”.
Avinash Sharma: 9810170098
E-mail ID: avinash13sharma97[at]gmail.com
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