Curriculum

Residency 1 : 20th August to 30th August, 2021 (Mohali)

 

Course

Credit

Faculty

1.

Evidence in Public Policy

0.5

Ashwini Chhatre

2.

Fundamentals of Economics

0.5

Susan Thomas

3.

Introduction to Public Policy: Design, Analysis and Implementation

0.5

Rajeev Malhotra

4

Introduction to Data Analysis

0.5

Ashwini Chhatre

5.

Leadership Skills

0.5

Rajeshwar Upadhyay

6.

Reading and Writing Analytically 

0.5

Anjal Prakash

Residencies

Digital Jumpstart Module (DJM): An additional 8 weeks online module from 17th July to 1st August, 2021 for AMPPP 2021-22 Batch

Residency 1

20th August to 30th August 2021 (Mohali)

Residency 2

12th November to 22nd November 2021(Hyderabad)

             Policy Walk: 15th March to 17th March 2022 (New Delhi)

Residency 3

4th March to 14th March 2022 (Mohali)

Residency 4

18th  June to 27th June 2022 (Mohali)

 

Delivery via Hybrid Model

The course will be delivered via a unique hybrid model with four residencies and each residency for nine days, involving intensive class room sessions spread over a year, interspersed with online interaction and group work – first of its kind in India.

This also Include two critical experiential learning pedagogies:

  • Policy Walk : 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.
  • Capstone Project : All AMP-PP participants will be required to write an original paper on an approved public policy topic. It is expected that this will integrate all their learnings into a topic of their choice.

This modular residency format facilitates acquisition of knowledge and skill-sets without requiring participants to take a break from their regular jobs.

Technology Assisted Learning

The Technology Assisted component of the course is distributed over both pre-residency as well as post residency. It will be delivered via a combination of any two or more of the following tools depending on the needs of that particular module and the respective faculty:

  • Live Webcast / Pre-recorded video
  • Lectures / online tutorials (web based)
  • Audio recordings of discussion of readings and case studies
  • Online quizzes (either graded or otherwise)
  • Online (either live chat or email based) Q & A sessions
  • Assignments - submission and review of work done by each participant team
  • Any additional write-ups, journals, articles or pre-reads as prescribed by faculty.