Infrastructure domain is designed to introduce the broad, complex and rapidly evolving canvas of public infrastructure in the country , through focused study of policy planning, financing, and execution of large infrastructure projects. With direct experiential learning at its core, teaching inputs are drawn from Government policy documents and strategic action points for infrastructure delivery including Contracts and Concession Agreements. Academic inputs also cover the areas of Public Private Partnerships ,Development Finance Institutions and Regulation and Oversight of Infrastructure delivery. Fast learning outcomes are envisaged through case studies, hands on project planning templates and tool kits. Due to its very nature , Infrastructure domain has multi-disciplinary teaching inputs which are useful across the policy spheres of economic planning ,public finance and public procurement.
Dr O.P Agarwal
Former Joint Secretary
(Urban Transport), Union Ministry of Urban Development