Event Information

ipolicy for Young Leaders, Mumbai | Bengaluru | Pune | Delhi

Event Date: 29 Jun To 29 Jul 2018; Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Venue: Mumbai | Bengaluru | Pune | Delhi

ipolicy for Young Leaders, Mumbai | Bengaluru | Pune | Delhiìpolicy is our flagship 3 day introductory course in Public Policy. The course involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues, and documentaries, designed to provide participants with opportunities to explore and share ideas about policy-based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.

Why should you attend ìpolicy?

  • To gain exposure to a wide range of topics especially in the areas of livelihood, governance, education, poverty, law, corruption, politics and more
  • To network and interact with fellow participants coming from diverse backgrounds and disciplines representing leading colleges from all over India and abroad.
  • To enhance analytical, public speaking, and presentation skills through working groups, role play, discussions and debates
  • To join our vast alumni and academic network of over 7000 CCS graduates

You can apply to more than one program at a time.

√¨policy Dates Cities Application Deadline  
8-10 June 2018 Mumbai 27 May 2018
15-17 June 2018 Delhi 27 May 2018
22-24 June 2018 Bengaluru 5 June 2018
Extended: 10 June 2018
29 June-1 July 2018 Mumbai 19 June 2018
20-22 July 2018 Delhi 24 June 2018
27-29 July 2018 Delhi 24 June 2018
27-29 July 2018 Pune 24 June 2018
Shilanjini Bhattacharya, TISS Mumbai
"ìpolicy has enabled me to critically examine the present perspectives I inhabit regarding policy design and policy implication. It has inspired me to gain a holistic understanding of markets and their ways of working in the policy domain."

Shilanjini Bhattacharya, TISS Mumbai

Evita Rodriguez, FLAME Pune
"I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity, it has provided insight, fresh ideas and a liberal perspective. I learnt a lot both from interaction with facilitators and peers. I was encouraged to think more critically, ask more questions and discouraged from accepting things on face value. I think my approach to policy formulation has changed a great deal in terms of how I now perceive institutions, trade, incentives, public interest and govt intervention."

Evita Rodriguez, FLAME Pune

Shreya Rangarajan, TISS Hyderabad
"Textbooks provide a very one-dimensional and theoretical approach to issues. Ipolicy definitely showed the current trends interms of the practice approach and introduced me to new perspectives and ways of looking at issues. The most important thing is that in each session, we did not just stop with identifying the problem but also came together to formulate possible solutions to the same."

Shreya Rangarajan, TISS Hyderabad