Residency 1

Guest Speaker Session by :

  • Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal

Residency 4

Guest Speaker Sessions by -

  • Mr. Prakash Kumar, CEO, GSTN - The Talk was focused on GST network. He talked on how Technology has helped in effective management of the entire GST process in the country.
  • Mr. Vivek Atray, IAS (Retd) - The Talk was on how technology has been beneficial for society at large. He gave examples of e-governance initiatives undertaken in order to facilitate citizens and ensure effective delivery of services. 
  • Mr. Anirudh Tiwari, IAS, Principal Secretary, Finance... The session was on Public Finance and Mr. Tiwari talked about the Financial State of Punjab and measures being undertaken by the government for improving the financial position. 
  • Ms. Madhur Singh, IndiaSpend on Digital Media had an interactive session on government best practices being covered in IndiaSpend. 

Residency 5

Guest Speaker Sessions by -

  • Prof Doreswamy Nandkishore, ISB, on Industry and Leadership.
  •  Mr. J. Satyanarayana, IAS (Retd), Chairman, UIDAI, on Technology and Society. 

Residency 6

Guest Speaker Sessions:

  • Building on the art activity class Prof Tejpawan Gandhok focused on cognitive thinking and emotions for effective  decision making.

 

Interactive Sessions:

  • CEO Swaniti initiative along with Shantanu Agarwal gave a demonstration on there on Jaanu India platform and followed by an interactive session on the use of the platform for Research.

Policy Walk

To facilitate interaction with the policy makers, BIPP had planned a “Policy Walk” for the students of the Management Programme in Public Policy. The purpose is to visit the people who matter and who are at the helm of affairs when it comes to policy formulation and implementation. The discussions and interactions have helped them in understanding Public Policy in India with a practical and dynamic approach. During the Policy Walk the Students Interacted with the following officials:

  • Sh. Jayant Sinha, Hon’ble Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Government of India.
  • Dr Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog
  • HE Ms Harinder Sidhu, Australian High Commissioner to India
  • Dr. Junaid Kamal Ahmad, Country Director, The World Bank in India
  • Sh. Sudeep Lakhtakia, IPS, Director General - National Security Guard
  • Puneet Dalmia, Managing Director - Dalmia Bharat Group, and
  • A Guided tour to the AOCC and ATC at IGI Airport

Governor's Visit - Raj Bhawan

Governor VPS Badnore interacted with participants of the management programme in public policy of the Indian School of Business at Punjab Raj Bhawan on Saturday. The participants included in-service bureaucrats from different services and the private sector employees. 

Village Visit

The Bharti Institute of Public Policy, as part of its Management Programme in Public Policy (MPPP) conducted a village visit for the students of 3rd Batch across three locations in India from 10th December to 15th December, 2018. The teams were sent to Udaipur (Rajasthan), Chintamani (Karnataka) and Mandla (Madhya Pradesh). The Foundation for Ecological Security (FES), a non-profit organisation facilitated the visit for the students in collaboration with the Indian School of Business (ISB). The main objective of the visit is to expose the students to the villages and understand the intricacies of rural livelihoods as complex adaptive systems.

Graduation Ceremony

Spirits were high at the Indian School of Business as it celebrated graduation ceremony for the advanced management courses on June 1, 2019. Keeping in view today's dynamic, process and strategy- oriented world, ISB offers advance management degrees in various fields such as public policy, infrastructure management, healthcare management and manufacturing. These programmes bring together public and private sector employees on one platform as students to create dynamic leaders in the four diverse sectors. These courses follow a hybrid model of teaching involving classroom sessions interspersed with online interaction and group - work. This is a one of its kind approach in India.

It was a proud moment for the Bharti Institute of Public Policy which offers Advanced Management Programme in Public Policy (AMPPP), as 24 of its students graduated. The Bharti institute of public policy is an eminent think tank, engaging policy makers by providing them critical, evidence-based analyses rooted in data. BIPP attracts some of the most creative minds from various fields in the study of public policy.