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16 April 2018
People. Policy. Perspectives.

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR THE 18TH EDITION OF RESEARCHING REALITY INTERNSHIP: APPLY NOW

ipolicy  for Young Leaders in Gujarat

‘Researching Reality Internship' is a 6-week long intensive program focused on exploring the theory and practice of existing policy directives in an urban context. The internship is ideal for applicants who wish to apply social and economic principles to current policy issues through in-depth investigation and analysis. It provides training in areas of quantitative and qualitative research, methodology, data analysis, and critical thinking.

The selected candidates will get to study various agencies, boards, corporations, departments, schemes, legislation, and programs of the different tiers of government; evaluating existing systems both domestic and international, viewing benchmarks and best practices to recommend sustainable and long-term policy improvements in the functioning of government structures.

Date:   04 June - 20 July 2018
Internship City: NEW DELHI

Application deadline: 27 April 2018

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For more details, please contact shefali@ccs.in

FACES OF BUDGET PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN INDIA REPORT 2018: DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY NOW

BPS report Launch

The Budget Private Schools (BPS) Report is Centre for Civil Society's annual research initiative aimed at emphasising the crucial role budget private schools play in disseminating quality education at the grassroot level, as well as documenting the various models of excellence that emerge from them.


BPS Report 2018, titled "Faces of Budget Private Schools in India", features 50 interviews of principals, parents and students from over 11 states. The report breaks down the reach and diversity of BPS schools and highlights the micro-innovations taking place. Showcasing the emerging BPS models of excellence, the report also opens up the dialogue on looking beyond the curriculum and focusing on areas like health and creative growth.

The 2018 edition was launched at the India Habitat Centre on March 28 2018.

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Latest on Spontaneous Order
SEPARATION OF ROLES BY ALSTON DSOUZA

Why the government's role as regulator must be separated from the provider of education


Image Source: https://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2013/02/28/india-budget-a-boost-for-health-and-education/

With the conflation of roles that currently marks the education regulatory landscape in India, Aston Dsouza revives the argument of separation of powers, and emphasises that the State's function as the regulator and provider of education must be distinguished and separated.

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LATEST ON SPONTANEOUS ORDER
BANK PRIVATISATION IS NOT NECESSARILY THE SOLUTION BY LUIS MIRANDA

Policy Dialogue
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Commenting on India's rising dossier of lending scams, Luis Miranda argues that the solution is not necessarily a change in ownership, but mending of the constitution and efficacy of the PSBs management body and consequently, the governance that they impart.

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CHECK OUT CCS' ONLINE ARCHIVE OF INDIAN LIBERAL WRITINGS

Indianliberals.in

Indian Liberals, a digital library of all Indian liberal works is an initiative of the Centre for Civil Society, in partnership with Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

Liberalism is distinguished by its focus on the primacy of the individual in all spheres of human life—political, economic, and social. A culture as old as India’s would obviously have a strand of thought that is labeled today as liberalism or libertarianism. India’s liberalism has evolved through stages that first emphasized earthly life and materialism, then social reforms and political independence, and now economic and social freedom. However, despite the general recognition of the role of liberalisation in improving the standard of living for millions in India, many feel that these ideas and policies were unnecessary, alien to Indian thinking, and imposed by the west.

Our Indian Liberals project is an effort to preserve India’s history with liberalism; to ensure that every Indian, today and tomorrow, are familiar with our own national champions of liberty; and that their ideas are more widely known and accepted. The archive houses important works by C. Rajagopalachari, A.D. Shroff, Minoo Masani, and Nani Palkhivala among others. 

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