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22 June 2016
Fortnightly update of events at Centre for Civil Society
       
   

Call for entry! 13th Jeevika Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival

CCS Fellowship - India Before 1991

For more information feel free to write to us at jeevika@ccs.in

SUBMIT your EduDoc FILM!

EduDoc: Stories of Edupreneurs I International Short Film Competition.
If you know someone who is redefining education, SHARE their story with us in a SHORT FILM.

EduDoc: Stories of Edupreneurs | International short film making competition.EduDoc: Stories of Edupreneurs | International short film making competition.

Submission Deadline: 15 october 2016

For more information feel free to write to us at jeevika@ccs.in

Patang Impact Report

PatangAn analysis of academic assessments and data on social inclusion of students enrolled under Section 12 (1) (C) of RTE Act. The report will be based on the data collected on-ground as a part of Project Patang, an action research pilot by the Centre for Civil Society, which aimed at ensuring academic and social integration of children from socioeconomically disadvantaged communities enrolled in unaided private schools through 25% reservation. To know more about Patang, VISIT

For queries / ideas / comments please contact divya@ccs.in

SHARE your business story with us!

ipolicy for development leaders

ipolicy for development leaders

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Upcoming Events

29 JUNE 2016
#CCSTALKS TWEETCHAT:
KAISE PADHEGA INDIA? #JagoMHRD

29 JULY 2016
9:00am-6:00pm
ìpolicy for Young Leaders
New Delhi

18 - 20 AUGUST 2016
Colloquium on Minimum Government, Maximum Governance: Ideas to Implementation, Delhi NCR

Why Oxfam is Wrong
about Tax Havens

by Ujwal Batra

Videos

Policy challenges faced by Budget Private Schools -Maharashtra


EduDoc 2015: Sylvester Bhaiya

New Education Policy: Choice & Competition
by Parth J shah

Providing basic education to more than a billion people is a large and complex effort. How is educating the Indian masses going to be made possible? What are the roles of the State, the Market and Civil Society?

This monograph addresses these questions and various problems surrounding schooling in India and suggests public policy solutions that will address issues of quality, cost, access and diversity of schooling, with a particular concern for the needs of the poor.

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