There are three major reasons for exposure by India’s academic community to the discipline of Public policy, a discipline which is at early stages of development in India.
First, as India’s economic and strategic engagements with the rest of world are deepening and widening, and as geo-economic and geo-strategic environment becomes more complex, understanding implications of public policies in both India and globally has become even more essential.
Second, public policies in a Federal State (India comprises 29 States, 7 Union Territories, and numerous urban and rural bodies), is complex. As role of government and of public sector expands, appropriate analytical reasoning capabilities for formulating, designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating public policies are becoming more essential.
Third, is the opportunities provided by vastly enhanced computing capabilities for deep-dives into empirical data analytics. Public policies globally increasingly use these capabilities to help improve their effectiveness.
The duration of the course is seven (7) days. The course uses lecture, tutorial, case studies, and Group Projects as its teaching components.
The sessions are designed to be interactive, with ample scope for discussions. The course covers
- a brief survey of the discipline of public policy
- tools for economic reasoning and how to apply them in a specific context of a given public policy
- how nations and regions grow and why they regress, with Indian applications
- principles and practices of effective public financial management, with applications to states in India
- a discussion of key issues and challenges of India’s financial and capital markets, including current policy and institutional initiatives, such as the NCLT (National Company Law Tribunal) and IBC (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code)
- India’s co-operative and competitive federalism
- preparing for India’s coming ageing society, including retirement income and
The topics in public policies are wide-ranging, though given the time duration, necessarily
Who should attend
The course would be of particular relevance to academics, including PhD students, and researchers in both public and private sectors who need to be better equipped to analyze public policies.
It is also relevant to policymakers and professional who are or wish to engage in the political arena.
The number of seats is limited to 35 only.
The participation fees for taking the course is as follows:
Participants from abroad: US $200
Industry/ Research Organizations: INR 7000
Academic Institutions: INR 4000
Students/Research Scholars: INR 2000
The above fee include all instructional materials, tutorials and assignments, library facility, 24 hrs. free internet facility. The participants will be provided with accommodation (twin sharing) on payment basis.
How to register
Visit GIAN Website at this link and create login user ID and Password. Fill up the registration form and do web registration by paying Rs.500/- through online Net Banking/ Debit/ Credit Card. (Those who have already registered need not register again)
Please do not confuse GIAN web registration with course registration. The course registration fee is separate.
Registration to the GIAN portal is one time affair and will be valid for lifetime of GIAN.
Once registered in the portal, an applicant will be able to apply for any number of GIAN courses as and when necessary.
Log in to the GIAN portal with the user ID and Password created in Stage 1. Click on “Course Registration” option given at the top of the registration form. Select the Course titled [171021J03] “Analysing Public Policy Issues in India” from the list and click on “Save” option. Confirm your registration by Clicking on “Confirm Course”.
Last date for Registration: 30th April 2019
Course Fee Payment (Only selected candidates): Only Selected Candidates will be intimated through E-mail by the Course Coordinator. They have to remit the necessary course fee in the form of DD drawn in favour of “GIAN MBA 2019” payable at CANARA BANK, DURGAPUR NIT CAMPUS or may be credited directly to the Ac. No. 8569101003456, Canara Bank, NIT Campus, IFSC Code : CNRB0008569.
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