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CAPSTONE PROJECT INITIATIVE

The capstone is an innovation in the curriculum of M A Public Policy programme at JSGP. The allocation of Capstone Project is scheduled in fourth semester (last semester) for a duration of four to six months (subjected to the requirement of the project). The student is expected to work in an organization/ professionally managed institution under the guidance that assigns specific work to him/her, and in which he/she draws on the knowledge gained in the course to present the organisation with a solution. The organisation evaluates the work and grades the student. This is the ‘capstone’ of the learning process. This initiative bridges the gap between student aspiring for placement and future employer.  [Read More...]

   

INTERNSHIPS

JSGP students have served on domestic as well as overseas internship positions including with some of the leading national and international NGOs. The internship element is systematically built into the curriculum; students complete two internships (one winter and another in summer) which they have to complete before they graduate. Internship work in the field is followed by a formal presentation of a report through a seminar. An internship often opens the pathways for a longer term association with the interning organisation. Students receive extensive support in locating meaningful and challenging internship opportunities in the areas of their interest [Read More...]

    

PLACEMENTS

The MA Public Policy (MPP) programme at O.P. Jindal Global University opens doors to the exciting world of public life. Students are equipped to serve development and policy sectors, and work in international organisations, civil service, social and development initiatives of corporations, and in think-tanks. They also acquire knowledge and skills needed for working as policy analysts and independent consultants for government and nongovernmental organisations, to enable the media to become more analytical and evidence-based, or even to establish their own organisations. [Read More...]