As India celebrates its emergence as a vibrant democracy and flourishing economy in its 75th year since independence, it is time to reflect on our achievements and prepare for what lies ahead. The per capita income of the country narrates the story of uneven growth. India’s youth aspires to build an ‘Atamnirbhar Bharat’, a symbol of prosperity through inclusive and sustainable development. With the acquisition of the G20 presidency for the year 2022-23, it is time to showcase our core strengths to the world and promote equitable growth. The presidency is a stepping stone for the realisation of Vision 2047.
The Indian School of Public Policy Review (IPR) invites insightful contributions to encourage informed dialogue on relevant policy issues. Academicians, professionals, students and public policy enthusiasts can submit their views on Roadmap for India @ 100. Authors can explore the following domains: Health, Education, Environment, Science, Technology, Infrastructure, Policy, Urbanisation, Human Rights and Social Justice, Economy and Finance, and National Security.
Submissions may be made under the following categories:
In our search for masterpieces in visual storytelling, IPR is now open to entries from illustrators and photographers.
Photographs: Entrants must hold all applicable rights to the final image, including any retouching or image processing. Heavily vignetted, over-sharpened and over-saturated photo edits are discouraged. Originals must be preserved for edited entries. All entries must be submitted in .jpeg or .png format only.
Photo essays: Acceptance of photo essays is subject to anonymous peer-review. The photo essay should be accompanied by a word document that contains:
Illustrations/comic strips: The illustration/comic must be of socio-economic relevance. All entries must be submitted in .pdf format. Vector graphic formats like .ai and .eps must be converted to pdf before submission.
If you wish to get your articles and images featured on IPR, send your submissions to [email protected]. We look forward to your participation and engagement.
All submissions will be reviewed by the Editorial Board, who will check for the merit of arguments (backed by evidence), clarity, organisation, spelling and grammatical consistency. We appreciate submissions that are balanced in tone and offer constructive perspectives with (preferably) clear policy recommendations. There is no limit on the number of entries that can be submitted by one writer. Please read the guidelines below carefully before submitting:
In case of any queries, the IPR team can be contacted at [email protected]