|1||Overview of Migration in India Locating Migration in India’s Development Story I|
|2||Locating Migration in India’s Development Story II|
|3||Migration through the Livelihoods Lens|
|5||State and Policy Response to Migration I|
|6||State and Policy Response to Migration II|
Prior to this, Puja was a member of the faculty at the Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore Centre, where she taught Advanced Econometrics to Post Graduate and PhD students. Apart from being involved in a number of research projects, she has various publications to her credit. Puja has also trained a number of Economics and Statistical…
Vandana works in the areas of historical sociology, political economy of development, environmental history and social theory. Before joining Azim Premji University, she was a faculty member at the Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur and at Western Connecticut State University where she taught a range of courses on Indian politics and society, Introduction to Sociology,…
Rajesh has more than 14 years of experience in the field of urban poverty dealing with issues of unorganised labour, financial inclusion, social security, migration, job placement, training and skill enhancement in the informal sector of the economy. He was previously associated with MAYA in their livelihood initiative, initiating Self Help Groups, Cooperatives, and Workers’…
Geetisha has research experience in Right to Food, and middle-class women’s work in urban India. She has a Master’s degree in Political Science from the Presidency College, University of Calcutta. She began her career on the editorial desk of Desh, Anandabazar Patrika, where she wrote analyses of state policies in India. Prior to joining the…
|INR 6490||Course Fee: (including GST) – for individuals|
|INR 1180||Course Fee : (including GST) – for University / Philanthropy partner organisations|
|INR 2490||Accommodation Fee: (including GST) per person for 6 days on twin sharing basis.|
Food: Breakfast and meals are available at the cafeteria on direct payment basis. (Approximately Rs. 225/- can suffice for a breakfast and two meals per person per day).
The course fee includes tuition, course materials and field visit. All other costs, such as, travel to and from Bangalore, and meals must be borne by participants.