It goes beyond doubt that the absence of adequate and effective communication can invariably impair the impact of research on policy development and public participation. Engagement with research findings by a range of audiences at various levels — local, national, and global — can ensure quality policies and quality life. Promoting such engagement requires effective research communication.
It is much more than just the mere dissemination of research results. It draws in from a complex of participants and beneficiaries including researchers, journalists, editors, and various intermediaries, in order to form an interdependent system of the communication matrix.
The proposed Short-Term Course (STC) has been designed to play a vital transformational role in embarking on a culture of research communication in India, and the bridging of the gap between research dissemination and policy framework.
- Communication for Research Uptake,
- Dissemination of Research,
- Writing Strategies,
- Editing Practices,
- Presentation Tactics
Who can Attend?
Faculty members in Science, Engineering, and allied disciplines in AICTE approved colleges/institutes are eligible to apply for the course.
Interested candidates can register online by clicking here. There is no registration fee for the course. The last date to send the registration form is on October 31, 2019.
Send the duly completed Registration Form, and the DD for ₹ 2000 by Speed Post/Courier to the following address: Ajit K Mishra Department of Humanistic Studies Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi Varanasi-221005, India.
Phone Number: +91 9935 649964
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org