Category Governance and Law

Public Policy Drivers

Public Policy Drivers

LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship is an Online National Summer School Program, a Two- Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, from June-August 2023 by IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute. An informative and interactive panel discussion on “Public Policy Drivers” was held on the 26th of June, 2023 by Shri Bhartendra Singh Baswan IAS (Retd), Former Secretary, Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.
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Video: Himanshu Shekhar | Reporting Parliament, & Laws & Policies | Special Lecture | LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship IMPRI

Video: Himanshu Shekhar | Reporting Parliament, & Laws & Policies | Special Lecture | LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship IMPRI LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship | An Online National Summer School Program | A Two- Month Online…

LPPYF: Policy Initiatives and Role of Indian Judiciary

Policy Initiatives and Role of Indian Judiciary

An informative and interactive panel discussion on “Policy Initiatives and the Role of Indian Judiciary” was held on the 19th of June, 2023, as part of the Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship organized by the Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI), which is a 2-month Online Immersive Legal Awareness and Action Research Certificate Training course and Internship Programme.
A Comparative Analysis of India's Economic Progress Under Nehru and Modi

A Comparative Analysis of India’s Economic Progress Under Nehru and Modi

Mr. Modi entered tenth year of his rule over India as PM on May 26. Nehru passed away 59 years back as PM on May 27. Mr. Modi has been highly critical of Nehru. Worse, he implies that India has only progressed in the last 9 years under his rule. This propaganda has gone deep down and is accepted by his followers. The BJP highlighted Mr. Modi’s achievements on the occasion while the Congress Party issued a booklet questioning them.
Reforming Urban Governance in India Issues and Way Forward

Reforming Urban Governance in India: Issues and Way Forward

Given the problems of urban governance in India, the 74th Constitution Amendment Act (CAA) came into force in June 1993, which sought to empower the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) and strengthen urban decentralization. With the CAA, it was expected that the ULBs would assume responsibilities for urban planning, water supply, social and economic planning, slum upgradation, public health, etc.