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15 June 2020
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Applications Open | epolicy for Young Leaders | Register now!

epolicy for Young Leaders

What is the ideal role of government in society? What is a public good? How come markets work in certain circumstances, but not in others? Why are some laws difficult to implement? How can India become a developed country?

We are back with the third edition of epolicy for Young Leaders; a two-day online certificate course introducing students and young professionals to public policy.

Our aim is to provide you with a first look at public policy, with expert interaction and an opportunity to network with the Centre for Civil Society’s alumni base of over 8,000 students and young professionals.

Applications are now open!

We only accept 30 participants in each course so block your seats now!

Programme Date: 04th and 11th July, 2020
Applications Closing: 19th June, 2020
Fee: Rs. 1,500

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To know more, visit: https://ccs.in/epolicy

Cho Ramaswamy: India’s classical satirist and liberal, 1934-2016 | Spontaneous Order

Cho Ramaswamy: India’s classical satirist and liberal, 1934-2016

Cho once famously said: “I am against Communism because it is against the nature of man. A talented man cannot be asked to be satisfied with what a man totally devoid of talent is able to obtain from life. Communism makes machines of men.”

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SO Basically Episode 11: Mandiyon Ki Manmani | Spontaneous Order

SO Basically Episode 11: Mandiyon Ki Manmani

Farmers are among the group of people hit hardest by the lockdown. But the truth is that the rot in our agriculture sector has been plaguing the farmers long before coronavirus ever came into the picture.

In this episode of #SOBasically, we dig deeper into the laws that have deliberately kept farmers under the clutches of a highly bureaucratic system.

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What is the Punjab Government’s Education Department doing in the Covid-19 world? | Policy Talk with Vijay Inder Singla, Education Minister of Punjab

hat is the Punjab Government’s Education Department doing in the Covid-19 world?

In an effort to bridge the gap between policy-research and policy-making, we recently launched our ‘Policy Talks’ Series. Anchored by Yatish Rajawat, CEO, Centre for Civil Society (CCS), our latest interview focuses on how the Punjab government is tackling education challenges in the Covid-19 environment. Mr VIjay Inder Singla, Education Minister of Punjab, has been spearheading several policy-level changes to enable online education and also use local TV channels for education.

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