You will help design electives in the thematic aresa listed below. Each elective course can be of 3 credits with 16 weeks or 48 hours.
- Local democracy and governance for rural and urban areas
- Adivasis and development
- Extreme weather events and human response
- Urban sustainable development
- Analysis of socioeconomic development policies of India
- Organisational studies
- Development planning at the local level
- Research for advocacy
- Application of GIS-RS in development
- Analysing development finance
- Project design, planning & monitoring
- Development communications
- Social/community mobilisation
- Preparedness to respond to disasters
- Managing development organisations
- Teaching one or more elective courses as part of the MA Development programme, including the evaluation of the students.
- Conduct the course in one of two formats
- A semester length (16 weeks) course with 3 hours of classes per week,
- An 8‑week format with 4 hours of classes per week.
- Guide students in summer field apprenticeship and or winter field projects
- Postgraduate degree in any domain or discipline.
- Relevant experience in development practice in the areas listed, with some teaching or training experience for post graduate teaching
- Prior teaching experience at post graduate level is desirable but can be relaxed for exceptional candidates.
Please email the following documents to <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- A covering letter indicating the position you are applying to, including the subject area of your interest to teach
- A professional statement of purpose
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three samples of scholarship
- Two letters of recommendation from referees
- Other published material