Founded in 2018, IMPRI is research think tank that seeks to be a platform for pro-active, independent, non-partisan and policy-based research. It contributes to debates and deliberations for action-based solutions to a host of strategic issues while confronting the most critical challenges to issues of socio-economic, political and environmental importance through qualitative and quantitative analysis.
A course on data, monitoring, and evaluation is essential for anyone who wants to develop the skills and knowledge needed to manage data effectively and use it to inform decision-making. In this course, participants will learn how to collect, analyse, and interpret data using various tools and techniques. They will also learn how to monitor and evaluate projects and programs to ensure that they are on track and achieving their intended objectives. With these skills, participants will be better equipped to navigate the complex world of data management and make informed decisions that can drive positive change.
For Whom 🔎
This timely course is for everyone who has a keen interest in data and coming of age policymaking. Working professionals, researchers, teaching faculty, civil society members, activists, interested learners, and post-graduate and undergraduate students, would benefit from this course.
• Learn from globally and nationally renowned thematic experts and practitioners
• Gain first-hand insights and networking opportunities
• Get course outline and reading list from the experts for learning
• Get access to session videos for 15 days
• Receive a certificate of completion
• Have the opportunity to publish their essays on the IMPRI Insights Blog, which features the articles of eminent people from around the globe.
Upon successful completion of the program, each participant will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Details of the #WebPolicyLearning:
Dates: June (3, 10, 17, 24), July (1, 8, 15, 22), 2023
Eight Consecutive Saturdays
Time: 3 – 5 p.m. IST
Course Fee: INR 12,000 (inclusive of GST)
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First of all Thank You for this opportunity.
Our day starts with a snap at our phones. From a morning message to sharing photos, we all are constantly exchanging information all around the world. We are the collectors of Information/data and on the basis of that piece of information we make decisions. But do we questions on the information we find in books and internet? Is it reliable? Do you reaserch ? Or just entertain rumours and share it without acknowledging it?
If these questions don't come in your mind, then you are an audience for someone else. I believe in roots, so we must know the source of information/ data. For that I like to reserch upon the data, cross check it from books and teachers.
If I'm given a task, I research, understand, analysis and then make a decision upon it. I try to make sure that whatever I deliver, I deliver with correct information without opinions.
In the world of misinformation and unreliable sources I'm looking for a reliable source. As an aspiring civil servant, I would like to enquire this area of Date, Monitoring & Evaluation. This would help me in my day to day life and further in life while making informed decisions.
Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. Looking forward to learn from people who excel in this area with their knowledge and expertise. I'm excited with a pen and paper on my desk with a open mind to learn without any bias or prejudices.
Hi.! I am a policy enthusiast who is currently interning at NLSIU in public policy. I am an engineer and therefore, my easiest way to get into policy as a career was through data science and analysis. I am excited to be part of this community and get a chance to learn about it more.