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Contours of the Public Policy in India in the Amrit Kaal

Welcome to a transformative educational journey through "Understanding Indian Public Policy in the Amrit Kaal." This course is your gateway to unravelling the intricacies of public policy in India during the auspicious period of 2022 to 2047, coinciding with India's 100 years of independence. In an era where comprehensive literacy in the complexities of domestic and international public policies is essential for informed participation, this program serves as a beacon of enlightenment for all stakeholders in India. Crafted with precision, our program features renowned resource persons who will guide you through a diverse range of topics, from public financial management to citizen-centric policy design, technology's role in policy, urbanization, and environmental sustainability, among others. We delve into the impact of policies on stakeholders, their intended and unintended consequences, and the crucial analyses needed. This course goes beyond introductory levels, offering participants a unique understanding of contemporary governance from a multitude of perspectives. Whether you're a student, a policymaker, an NGO professional, a business leader, a journalist, an international observer, or simply an interested citizen, this course equips you with the knowledge and insights to navigate India's intricate public policy landscape.
Breaking Barriers: Integrating Gender Perspectives in Medical Education

Breaking Barriers: Integrating Gender Perspectives in Medical Education

A Four Week Online Certificate Training Course on “Healthcare & Gender Equity: Emerging Dimensions, Policies, Impact & Way Forward” was organized by the Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), at the IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi and Center for Ethics (CFE), Yenepoya (Deemed to be University), Mangalore.
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Data and Public Policy: Municipal Finance Case Study

Dr Soumyadip Chattopadhyay commenced his session with the assertion that the future of development and governance public hinges on the effective utilization of data. India's policy-making institutions are embracing this shift, recognizing the exponential growth of data across various sectors and levels. It's essential to grasp that the formulation and execution of development strategies entail numerous decisions, both small and large, influenced by uncertainties and the ever-changing economic, institutional, and technological landscape.
Evolving Global Trade Architecture and Return of Industrial Policy.

Evolving Global Trade Architecture and Return of Industrial Policy

The session on ‘Evolving Global Trade Architecture and Return of Industrial Policy’ was conducted by Dr. Aashish Chandorkar. He began the session with an introduction to Neoliberal times where government interventions in the economic policies became a bit of a taboo. The current economic and trade system that we see today is a result of a series of events that mainly happened post World War II, but mostly after the establishment of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).