About the Organiser
National Law University (NLUJ) is one of the leading law schools situated at
the vibrant and colourful city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
About the Course
Public economics is the study of government policy from the lens of economic efficiency and equity. Government sets rule of Law, enforce property rights and creates conducive environment for the smooth and efficient functioning of market.
There is dearth of certificate courses on public economics in India. To bridge this gap National Law University, Jodhpur is offering two weeks certificate course on public economics. The course deals with the nature of government intervention and its implications for allocation, distribution and stabilisation.
The certificate course is designed for academicians, civil servants, non-government organisations, legal professionals, social workers and other related stakeholders who aspire to conduct research and publish in public economics.
How to apply
Interested applicants may register themselves by the following process:
- Download the registration form from National Law University, Jodhpur (Click here)
- The filled out form should be faxed or posted to Dr. Chitra Saruparia, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Law University, NH 65, Near Mandore, Nagour Road, Jodhpur, (Rajasthan), Fax No -0291-2577540. OR email the filled out form to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org on or before January 31, 2018.
- Make the payment of course fee through Demand Draft or using online fee deposit facility available on the University website.
Thirty participants selected on First cum First Serve basis will have to pay a
course fee of Rs. 10,000. This fee will cover course material, participation in the
conference and accommodation on sharing basis.
Registration opens from: December 1, 2018
Last Date for registration: January 31, 2018
Commencement of Classes: February 5, 2018
End of Classes: February 17, 2018
Dr. Chitra Saruparia
Dr. Kranti Kapoor
For details, view the program brochure given here.
This post was first published on:
5 Dec 2017