All the college students, young professionals and academicians are hereby informed that the Centre for Civil Society (CCS) and Smt. Vinatadevi Tope Social Service League (SSL) of Government Law College, Mumbai brings to you ‘ipolicy for Young Leaders’ workshop.
Dates: 6th-8th April, 2018
Venue: Room no. 11, Government Law College, Mumbai
Timings: 9:00 am- 6:00 pm
Seats available: 40
Course fees: Rs.3,000
Application Deadline: March 26, 2018 (11:59pm)
Smt. Vinatadevi Tope Social Service League of Government Law College, Mumbai, one of the oldest committees of the college brings the opportunity for the ones who want to be a change maker.
The 3-day intensive course aims at introducing the participants to the policy landscape within India, and in enabling them to explore the different perspectives through which they can gauge the effectiveness of Government policies/regulations.
‘ipolicy for Young Leaders’ is Centre for Civil Society’s signature course on public policy. This 3-day course involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues, and documentaries, designed to provide participants with opportunities to explore and share ideas about policy-based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.
Selections will be made after the screening of the applications.The selected candidates will be provided with a certificate at the end of this program and also be granted access to the vast alumni/academic network of CCS.
Why should you attend ipolicy?
To gain exposure to a wide range of topics especially in the areas of livelihood, governance, education, poverty, law, corruption, politics and more.
To network and interact with fellow participants coming from diverse backgrounds and disciplines representing leading colleges from all over India and abroad.
To enhance analytical, public speaking, and presentation skills through working groups, role play, discussions and debates.
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