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July 19, 2019 Friday 12:13:47 PM IST

Chinmaya University-CPPR Announce MA in Public Policy and Governance Course

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Chinmaya University in association with Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) has announced a two year MA programme in Public Policy and Governance. 
The minimum requirement for the programme is graduation in any discipline. The core courses in the programme are fundamentals of Public Policy Making: Paradigm and Practices, Economics for Policymaker, Idea of Development: Theory and Praxis, Public Policy Communication, Data Analytics among others. The foundation courses include introduciton to Indic Knowledge Systems and Indian Conceptions of Dharma and Neeti. 
"Awareness about the public policy and enhanced training in relevant skill sets will help participants gain better understanding of the Government decision making process. Their engagement in public policy discourse will definitely improve the quality of governance and have positive impact on the lives of millions of citizens," according to Dr D Dhanuraj, Chairman, CPPR.



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