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JOIN US for #ccstalks tweetchat on Emerging Indian Multinationals | Strategic Players in a Multipolar World, a book by Mohan Thite, Adrian Wilkinson, & Pawan Budhwar in collaboration with OXFORD University Press on 15 JUNE 2016,Wednesday, 4-5pm
In this increasingly globalized world, multinationals are proliferating all across the world. Recent decades have seen multinational from emerging economies expanding their operation and market reach. Also, Indian Multinationals have been in news lately, so the question which arises is “ What are the similarities and differences between multinationals from emerging and developed economies in terms of internationalization path and competitive advantages?”
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CCS Alumni—join us for the first alumni meet of the year at the CCS office in Delhi! We begin with a talk on “The Mind of the Indian Liberal” by Hindol Sengupta, Editor-at-Large at Fortune India, followed by high tea.
Hindol specializes in writing on public policy and the political economy, entrepreneurship and the business of luxury. He has written extensively about the economic histories of India's Congress Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party, and infrastructure, energy and environment policies in India. He has extensive experience in in-depth reporting from Pakistan and other neighbouring countries.
Today, our alumni from across over a 100 programs conducted in policy research and training, form a strong cohort of individuals passionate about a society that promotes Choice and Accountability. If you are a graduate of our Internships, or the LSS, ISPP or ìpolicy courses – Register below for the meet up!
For more information, contact Manasi Bose (email@example.com | +91 9810772964).
- Bored by the monotonous loud debates across the idiot box spectrum?
- “Prime Time News” muddling your clarity of thought on current affairs?
- Tired of being ‘talked at’ by the TV and itching to join the debate?
Get hooked to CCS Academy's monthly Webinar - 'Liberty Talk Live' !
Tomorrow's political possibilities will depend on the IDEAS we cultivate today. CCS Academy seeks to inspire future leaders and change agents to pursue the vision of a free society by championing a liberal approach to public policy and current events.
Here's what you opt for by joining :
Balanced Approach: Topic gets its due consideration.
Eagle's Eye View: Get an idea of the larger picture.
In-depth Analysis: No fact-twisting, just critical thinking.
Interaction with Experts: Hear from sector experts and share insights, feedback and questions with them one-on-one!
SYNOPSIS: This month, Narendra Modi completes two years as Prime Minister of India. He won the general election with an impressive margin and remains our most popular politician by far. Every opinion poll in the last two years has shown his popularity at around 70 percent. But is electoral popularity the only currency of success in democracies?
Let's talk about how he has performed on the following key parameters:
- Political record
- Foreign policy
- Overall governance
CCS Academy hosts the first of its ‘Liberty Talk Live’ Webinars on 4 June 2016. This shall be a regular feature, on the second Friday of every month. To participate send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ìpolicy for Young Leaders aims to reach out to undergraduates, graduates, post graduates and recent graduates who have just started working. CCS believes that such individuals hold the power to change the future, and because they are currently in a space where their belief and knowledge could be channelized and strengthened through exposure to ideas of a free society.
- To create a fun, open, and respectful environment where everyone is encouraged to think critically about social, economic, and political issues.
- To evoke in participants a passionate inquiry into their own values and role in creating a good society.
- To equip participants with fundamental concepts of political economy and sound public policy to enable them understand the root cause of current challenges and effectively advocate for policy solutions through their current work and future professions.
- To plug participants into a global network of opportunities to propel their intellectual growth, make personal connections and access resources to help them advance their vision of a free society.
Eligibility: The course is open to all students, undergraduates, recent graduates as well as post graduates. Participants will be selected based on their application merit.
Please Note: Selected participants are required to attend all the sessions held during the course upon which they will receive a certificate of participation.
Course Fee: Rs 3,000 (food and program materials for the entire duration of the program only). The fee is payable upon selection, and can be made online, via cheque or DD, details of which will be communicated later. The participants are requested to make their own travel arrangements. Selected participants will be notified on a rolling basis.
Application Deadline: 15 May 2016
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'No detention' policy under Right to Education Act (RTE) requires promoting a child without ensuring learning outcomes and raises concerns of dropout rates, demoralization of the students etc. Now the question arises: Are only zero-sum outcomes of detaining and compelling a child to repeat the grade or promoting the child without attaining requisite learning the only options? Does this call for a pedagogical transformation? Is early remedial intervention within a system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) a feasible alternative?Join us for #ccstalks on Wednesday, 25 May 2016 from 4-5pm! Log in to tweetchat.com or Twitter and follow #ccstalks. We look forward to speaking with you! For more information, contact Snigdha Verma (email@example.com).