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Alumni Meets 2020

Exploring Sustainability in the Indian Context : An online course for students and development practitioners

This 8-week fully online course explores sustainability in the Indian context through the socio-ecological frames of Finitude, Fragility and Fairness. The course examines how our imagination of culture, markets, state and of nature itself influences our ability to take action - as individuals and communities, at local and global scales.

Alumni Meets 2020

Domestic work is work : An interactive session

Tuesday, June 16th, 5pm
Register online:

Registered participants will receive an email on June 14th with event details.

Alumni Meets 2020

Understanding Vulnerabilities Across Geographies to Enable Action

The I-Card team is happy to invite you for a Webinar on Understanding Vulnerabilities Across Geographies to Enable Action on 9th June, Tuesday at 5:00 PM.
The webinar will explain the navigation through the dashboard and discuss broad issues from the ground. For participating please register

Hope many of you can join. Please feel free to circulate this to others who might be interested.

Alumni Meets 2020

Alumni Meets 2020

It is that time of the year when University teams travel for admissions interviews to across 12 centres in the country. Depending on your confirmation of participation at the location, we will go ahead to plan Alumni meets in the location. Register here

Last date to apply: 29th Feb, 2020

Labour Migration in India Advanced Perspectives for Practice

“Introduction to Mapping and Geographical Information Systems using Quantum GIS”

Discovering the World through GIS and Mapping - Get Introduced to GIS technology through maps, gain familiarity with Quantum GIS Software, relate the maps to your areas of interest and much more. For more info, please visit :

Date: March 9-13, 2020.
Last date to apply: Feb 9th, 2020

Labour Migration in India Advanced Perspectives for Practice

Labour Migration in India: Advanced Perspectives for Practice

Get an informed and in depth overview of labour migration trends, practices and policies in India – learn about theories and perspectives, take part in simulation exercises, tell your own story and decipher migration corridors in your area and much more. For more information please visit :

Date: Feb 10 - 15, 2020
Last date to apply: Dec 31st, 2019

Capturing the joy of Convocation 2019

Sharing the video that captures the joy of Convocation 2019, exhilaration of graduates and their families, and the excitement of the day. Graduates from our Masters and Bachelors programmes share their experiences at Azim Premji University and the work that they engaged with after graduation.

This film is made by Goutham G Varrier who represents Travelling Tripod Films, our alumnus from M.A. Development 2011-13.

Development and Social Change in India: Critical and Constructive Perspectives

The story of development and social change in India has a complex history influenced by colonization, freedom movement, national planning, and liberalization, which penetrated almost all spheres of lives. Its impact has been hugely different for various class, caste, gender, and ethnic-religious groups. And, in response, the search for a just, equitable and tolerant society has moved from purely economic to social and now to socio-ecological approaches.Read More...

Date: Module 1: December 09 – 14, 2019
Module 2 & 3: January 06 – 16, 2020
Fee structure – Rs.590/- (with taxes)
Last date to apply : November 08, 2019

5th Workshop on Cutting Edge Research on Health Inequalities: Concepts and methods

Azim Premji University in collaboration with George Institute for Global Health is organizing a workshop on Cutting edge research on health inequalities: concepts and methods in November 25-29 in Bengaluru.Read More...

Closing date for applications : 15th September 2019

Information on selection : 15th October 2019

Workshop : 25th - 29th November 2019

Alumni Stories Year Book 2018-19

This brings to you a compilation of 73 Alumni stories. It gives you readers an idea of the span of work done by our graduates, their exposure to complex issues on ground and an understanding of the learning they have while working with communities, after graduation from our programmes.


Class of 2019

Sharing 9 inspirational Alumni stories in this special edition, presented to graduates at Seventh Annual Convocation on August 24th, 2019.


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