The Early Literacy Initiative is a university-based initiative that performs a nodal function in terms of domain building by coordinating a range of systematic and well considered initiatives in early literacy in different parts of the country. The span of the project is three years.
To offer scalable and sustainable quality teaching and learning experiences for English, mathematics and science with values and hands on learning, enabled through technology, to strengthen the foundational competencies and confidence of students and teachers, critical to their success in the 21st century.
an attempt to create a model to evaluate, assess, accredit and build capacities of NPOs through a robust multi –layered scrutiny process that stresses adherence to ten major parameters, a combination of financial and programmatic
To build capacities of existing higher education leaders and administrators and to draw fresh talent into the management of higher education systems, it is proposed to administer training programs for Higher Education (HE) leaders through a leadership academy
To develop higher education leadership training content framework for central and state universities and institutes of national importance
a joint initiative of the Institute and Nagaland Gandhi Ashram financially supported by The Hans Foundation, New Delhi
Develop skills, competency and knowledge of students to intervene in an equal and sustainable manner in the social and economic development of people.
Foster socially conscientious students grounded in respect for people and concerned about the welfare of others.
Gain a Certificate/Diploma in a specific career oriented domain in addition to receiving a Degree in the field of study.
an overarching scheme, operated in mission mode for funding the state universities and colleges in order to achieve the aims of equity, access and excellence
to support social entrepreneurship where the students, immediately after graduation, get guidance, mentoring, physical space and network for funding and value based collaboration
iCALL is a psychosocial counselling service that offers telephone and email-based counselling services, free of cost to people across age, gender, sexual orientation and issues, with a special focus on the hitherto marginalized sections of our society
to focus on the mammoth task of developing a strategic framework for CSR in India
The focus of the programme is on reduction of poverty and improving the lives of people in rural India.
A week long in-service training programmes for Mid-career AIS (All India Services) officers
To strengthen the TB control programme of the MDTCS by providing counselling services for DR TB patients, and TB-HIV co-infected patients and their home caregivers, in select wards of Mumbai district; and building capacities of TB personnel for improving uptake of HIV services among TB patients.
aims at reconstructing public infrastructure in Taru Village and in coping with the consequences of the disaster
A think tank that specialises in macro and micro labour market, household sample surveys, working and living condition surveys and macro labour market analysis
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