Capacity Building Programme 2019
Two-Weeks Capacity Building Programme on
INDUSTRIALIZATION, CORPORATE SECTOR AND DEVELOPMENT
27th April to 9th May, 2020
Objective of the Course
The Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID), New Delhi offers a Two-Weeks Capacity Building Programme on “Industrialization, Corporate Sector and Development” for research scholars and faculty of Indian Universities and colleges under the aegis of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) from 27th April to 9th May 2020.
The objective of the proposed programme is to familiarise teachers and researchers with contemporary issues on Indian economy with special reference to industrial development and industrialisation issues.
The programme is designed with an interdisciplinary approach in a Special Lectures-cum-Workshop format enabling participants to discuss and debate relevant literature on industrialisation, critically evaluate recent trends and handle datasets, techniques and methods used in contemporary research in industrial development.
The content of the programme includes five broad themes:
industry and market structure;
industrial finance, corporate sector and FDI;
trade & WTO issues, technology, innovation & IPR, and global integration;
political economy of industrialisation;and
research methods, large economic datasets, statistical tools & techniques, e-library training etc.,
group discussions and presentations
Target Group and Selection Process
Candidates who wish to participate in the programme may send their application form along with a write-up of about 250 words on their area of research interest to the Programme Co-ordinator.
To and fro AC 3-Tier Train fare by the shortest route will be reimbursed to the selected candidates from place of study/work. Outstation participants will be provided accommodation in the campus hostel-cum-guesthouse
For Further Details Contact
Institute for Studies in Industrial Development
4 Institutional Area Phase II, Vasant Kunj
New Delhi – 110070 INDIA
Telephone: +91 11 2676 4600
Fax: +91 11 2612 2448