October 15, 2022
for Faculty and PhD-holders belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Marginalised Groups
November 14-18, 2022
Centre for Policy Research is embarking on an ambitious programme to impart insights and skills in public policy research as well as research methods to scholars and faculty members belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other marginalised groups. The programme is funded by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) and spanning over six months, this hybrid programme consists of three parts: 1) a 5-day inaugural workshop, 2) periodic online interactions will be facilitated between individual scholars and their respective subject experts, and 3) a 3-day concluding conference at the end of six-month period. The inaugural workshop will be held from November 14-18 2022 in New Delhi.
The workshop will have three components: 1) scholars and practitioners of public policy in India share their knowledge and experience; 2) methods in social science research will be explained in the context of individual participants, and; 3) lectures will be delivered on topics such as writing effective grant proposals, enhancing writing skills, exploring publication avenues, funding sources, and conducting impactful research.
Reading material, such as manuals, books, etc., will be provided. A candidate, belonging to any of the social groups mentioned above, should meet the following requirements. He/She must:
The participants will get free boarding and lodging on a twin-sharing basis. Two-tier AC train fares by the shortest route will be reimbursed.