Educational Program on Youth Identity and Human Development at TISS Mumbai [Oct 14-19]: Register by Oct 12
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) is a multi-campus public funded research university in Mumbai, India. TISS is Asia’s oldest institute for professional social work education and was founded in 1936 in then Bombay Presidency of British India as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust. In 1944, the institute was officially renamed as the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and in 1964, the Government of India declared TISS as Deemed University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act (UGC), 1956
This course gives an overview of the status of youth in India and the ecological systems influencing their development. It also looks at the issues in the construction of youth-hood from the ecological perspective. The focus is on developing an ability to appraise and appreciate diversity while understanding individual developmental tasks.
At the end of the course, the learner will be able to,
- Describe and explain the developmental paradigm in India in relation to youth
- To construct a holistic profile of Indian youthhood from the ecological / systems perspectives.
- To acquire an insight into the critical developmental issues affecting youth and to discuss the influence of societal systems on youth.
- To determine the psycho-social processes of identity formation during early adolescence (12-16years) and youthhood (17-20years)
Experiential, learning through doing, Group Exercises, etc.
Who can Attend?
Development professionals, Students, CSR, HR, Teachers, Social Workers, interested in working with Youth, NGO, School Administrators, Volunteers, etc.
3000/- (this includes GST)
To download the registration form, click here.
The last date to register is September 12, 2019.
Phone Number: 022-25525682
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
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