REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND SCNC WEBINAR ON "THE EDUCATION LANDSCAPE IN INDIA AND THE IDEA OF DBT"
The 9th School Choice National Conference (SCNC) is organising an exclusive webinar to provide 25 participants with an engaging opportunity to learn about Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT) and its feasibility as an education policy to reform the many maladies that plague the Indian education sector.
The session is framed so as to provide an introduction to the concept of DBT as well as the challenges faced in its implementation. In brief, it attempts to answer the following questions:
- What are the current challenges faced by the Indian Educational system?
- Are Direct Benefit Transfers a feasible solution to tackle those challenges?
- If Yes, How?
- If not, why?
- Moving forward, how can the future of Direct Benefit Transfers be seen unfolding?
Participants will be chosen on a first-come-first-serve basis so interested applicants are requested to register soon. Dates and other details will be disclosed once participation is finalised.
LAST CHANCE TO APPLY: IPOLICY FOR YOUNG LEADERS (24 - 26 NOVEMBER | MUMBAI)
'ipolicy for Young Leaders' is Centre for Civil Society's flagship course on public policy. 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.
Across the three days, accepted candidates will be engaged in a variety of workshops and academic activities aimed at equipping them with the required tools to assess government policies and understand the unseen effects of different Government regulations. The candidates will be furnished with a certificate at the end of the program, as well as access to our vast alumni/ academic network.The course is open to all college students and young professionals.
Date: 24-26 November 2017
Venue: Church Gate, Mumbai
Application Deadline: 5 November 2017
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