CCS Introductory Course in Public Policy ‘iPolicy for Young Leaders’
  • 21 Jan 2023 to 22 Jan 2023
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11 Jan 2023

Centre for Civil Society introduces a new publication, Ward Power: Decentralised Urban Governance. The book is being released with the company of Dr. P.L. Sanjeev Reddy, Director, IIPA, and Mr. T.S.R. Subramanian, former Cabinet Secretary of India. The book is edited by Dr. Parth J Shah, President of Centre for Civil Society, and Makarand Bakore, a Research Associate at the Centre.

Book Launch: Ward Power: Decentralised Urban Governance
  • 02 Mar 2006
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02 Mar 2006

The School Choice Campaign hosted a dialogue on “School Board Exams: Assessment or Harassment?” following the recent announcement made by Mr Kapil Sibal to scrap 10th board exams as one of the innovative reforms in the education sector. The brings together two prominent educational experts representing the government and private perspectives- Mrs Gauri Ishwaran, Founder and Principal of Sanskriti School and Dr Janaki Rajan, former Director of SCERT Delhi and Professor of Education Jamia Milia University.

School Board Exams: Assessment or Harassment?
  • 08 Jul 2009
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08 Jul 2009

School Choice Campaign brought together the fiercest of the spokespersons of the two major parties concerned- the parents and the schools- Mr Surinder Gupta, President, Unrecognised Schools Association, Mr Ashok Aggarwal, Advocate and Advisor, Social Jurist and Mr S L Jain, President, National Progressive Schools Conference to discuss representation of parents on the schools’ Management Committees (SMCs) as well as more transparency in the management of private schools.

School Fee Hike: What is the real problem?
  • 08 Aug 2009
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08 Aug 2009

The School Choice Campaign (SCC) hosts a panel discussion on The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill 2009, which guarantees education as a fundamental right to children between the ages of 6 to 14. The panel of experts represented the fields of education, development work and public policy to provide a multidimensional perspective on the issues surround the Right to Education.

Right to Education: Will it be enough?
  • 09 Sep 2009
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09 Sep 2009

The School Choice Campaign (SCC) hosts a panel discussion on School Admission Reforms in order to address the acute problems faced by the parents and well as the grievances of the schools in order to evolve long-term solutions to existing problems in school admission process in Delhi.

School Admission Reforms: Why, What, How?
  • 14 Oct 2009
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14 Oct 2014

The School Choice Campaign and Penguin Books launches Professor James Tooley’s new “The Beautiful Tree-A Personal Journey into How the world’s Poorest People are Educating Themselves,” as part of the dialogue series. The book launch is followed by a panel discussion between the author, Mr Madhav Chavan, Co-founder and Director, Pratham; Ms Reshma Lohia, Correspondent for Lohia’s Little Angels School, Hyderabad; and Mr Ashish Rajpal, CEO, idiscoveri on quality education (delivery, implementation and monitoring) in India.

Quality Education for All
  • 11 Nov 2009
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11 Nov 2009

The School Choice Campaign brings together three experts, Mr Vijay Thadani, CEO, NIIT Ltd and Chairman of CII National Committee on Education, Ms Rashmi Krishnan, Additional Director, Directorate of Education (Delhi) and Director, SCERT and Mr Oscar Fernandes, Senior Leader, Indian National Congress and Chairman of the Standing Committee on Human Resource Development to discuss the assessment of the nation’s preparedness for the Challenges Facing India’s Education Section.

Challenges Facing India's Education
  • 16 Dec 2009
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16 Dec 2009

The School Choice Campaign (SCC) organises an open forum discussion on the 25% Reservation Clause under the Right to Education Act (RTE) to discuss critical questions on the concept of reservation, and the definition of weaker and disadvantaged sections, selection of beneficiaries, admission criteria and process, mechanisms for reimbursements, monitoring of the project were the highlights of the discussion.

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Implementing the 25% in RTE Act: Developing a Model
  • 11 Mar 2010
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11 Mar 2010

The School Choice Campaign (SCC) organises an open forum discussion on teacher’s professionalism and performance, to discuss critical issues of cultural sensitivities of para-teachers, their cost-effectiveness and role within the RTE landscape.

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Teachers and Para-teachers: Professionalism and Performance
  • 05 May 2010
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05 May 2010
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