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Common Curriculum Creative ComputingBasic quantitative knowledge and abilities. Common Curriculum Critical reading and writingDeveloping the skills and capacities to read, write and communicate effectively. Programmes Dual degree in Science and Education Common Curriculum How India Works, Earns and SpendsHow do Indians work and make their livings? Common Curriculum Human Development Teaching and LearningUnderstanding the close inter-relationship between human development and teaching learning processes Common Curriculum India’s Present and Its Possible FuturesHow do we address India’s problems and our limited ecological resources in this globalised world?Programmes Dual degree in Science and Education Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in Climate Studies Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in Data, Democracy and Development Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in DevelopmentHow are development issues framed and what issues are involved in bringing about social change? Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in EducationThe nature and content of education in the Indian context. Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in Media and DemocracyThe role of media and technologies in shaping democracy and democratic policies and publics in India. Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies in SustainabilityA socioecological systems perspective for you to understand the interactions between society and nature that impacts sustainability. Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies: State and Governance in IndiaUnderstand the role of the state as a “key actor” in India’s social and economic development. Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies: Actions for Social ChangeUnderstand the different forms, scales, approaches and strategies for development interventions. Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies: Field Practice and DevelopmentEngaging with development in action Common Curriculum Interdisciplinary Studies: Understanding DevelopmentIntroduction to development through case studies set in the Indian context Common Curriculum Introduction to Climate Science 1Understand the earth’s climate system through foundational physical concepts Common Curriculum Public ReasoningHow do we make claims in the public realm?Programmes Dual degree in Science and Education Common Curriculum Religion in IndiaUnderstanding religion in India. Common Curriculum School and SocietyDevelop sociological imaginations around questions of schooling and education Common Curriculum The Many Pasts of India’s PresentAn inquiry into the ‘origin’ questions of India: geological, ecological, cultural and political. Programmes Dual degree in Science and Education Common Curriculum Urban Ecosystems and Sustainability: A Social-Ecological PerspectiveMore than fifty percent of India will live in cities by 2050. Common Curriculum What is India?Has India always been ‘India’? What has shaped it and who are its people?