Indian School Of Public Policy (ISPP) presents you the opportunity to seamlessly integrate policy design and administration with contemporary philosophies through a unique range of degree and executive education programmes. The school trains scholars to appreciate diverse perspectives and work with them to achieve a just and sustainable society.
ISPP offers a great group of faculty members who have been deeply involved in the domain of Indian policymaking, combining their wisdom and contemporary knowledge to educate and prepare the next cohort of future policymakers of our country.
Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy, Design and Management is ISPP's flagship programme for citizens interested in making an impact in the public policy sphere. The one-year programme trains individuals in the science of policymaking by taking them through a rigorous programme divided into seven terms of 7 weeks each.Read More Apply Now!
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LokNeeti Programme in Policy, Data and Behaviour Change is ISPP's programme for working professionals interested in participating in public policy. The 16-week programme happens twice a year. It focuses on equipping students with Data and Project Monitoring and Impact Evaluation tools guided by Behavioural Change pioneered by Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler.Read More Apply Now!
ISPP entered into a partnership with Larsen and Tubro's College Connect business: L&T EduTech, to design a 21-hour MOOC for engineering college students, SMEs and other B2C clients and L&T's internal partners to introduce the domain of public policy to them. The programme covers the entire breadth of public policy, from the Indian constitution to teaching economic concepts and discussing the future of technology and infrastructure policies.Read More
ISPP designed a training programme: Understanding Public Policy for Business: Driving Change for Measurable, Collective Impact and Engagement in collaboration with the Harris School of Public Policy to train Tata Group CXOs in public policy skills. The programme saw the participation of faculty members from the Harris School and ISPP.Read More