Lunch and Learn Session with UChicago + scholarships to the CPL Fellowship!
Policy Post #129
Editor’s Note ✍️
Hello there :) We’ve a busy newsletter this week, including scholarships, fellowship giveaways, event highlights for those looking to pursue a masters program in public policy and a range of other career opportunities!
In this edition of The Policy Post, we cover:
🔹A detailed look into UPI’s growing presence in foreign countries.
🔹An op-ed on how the Shakti scheme is faring in Karnataka.
🔹An exciting fellowship opportunity + 50% giveaway with CPL.
🔹An interactive session with the UChicago Harris School of Public Policy.
🔹Our weekly curation of some of the best essays, podcasts, career resources etc. from the world of Policy in the week gone by
Do write back to this email with your thoughts/inputs on what more we can do to improve on the work that we already do here. Please do consider getting us a coffee and sharing this edition of The Policy Post if it was of value to you :)
With that, we bring to you: Policy Post #129!
- Yash, and Team PPI
This Week’s Policy Focus 🔎
The growing acceptance of UPI market holds the potential for making international transactions and transactions for travelling Indians easier!
Policy Charcha 💬
The best Podcasts, Videos, Essays and Fellowships from the world of Policy and Governance for this past week!
📚 Weekly Opportunity: Design Thinking Boot Camp by Saathi Ventures and Design For Impact
📷 The latest on The Policy Gram: India’s Construction Workers and the Law: Exploring the Policy Implications
🔎 Databases and Guides: Click Here!
Lunch and Learn Session with Harris School of Public Policy in UChicago!
Join Ranjan Daniels, Senior Associate Dean of Student Recruitment and Global Outreach at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy for an engaging lunch and learn session at the UChicago Center in New Delhi. #whatshappening 👀 -
👉🏽 Lunch & Learn Workshop - Interactive sessions focusing on preparing for graduate school in the US and exploring career outcomes with a policy degree.
👉🏽 Roundtable Discussions - Opportunity for all prospective students to address questions or concerns regarding pursuing a master's program at Harris.
👉🏽 Alumni panel discussions - Lively discussion and an opportunity to gain insights into Harris school’s alumni career trajectories + invaluable networking opportunities to help you gain practical advice on navigating the professional journey at & after Harris.
🕰️ November 4th 2023 | 12-3 pm
Fellowship Giveaway Alert📢
The CPL Fellowship is a one year long, part-time fellowship program with a cohort of the best and brightest minds who wish to explore or build on their skills in the field of public policy. PPI is offering a 50% scholarship to 4 members of our community with further financial assistance on offer!
Date and Medium - January 2024📍| Online
We’ve a 50% scholarship giveaway for four of our audience members!
How to enter the giveaway:
Go to our substack homepage (Click Here)
Like + comment (both!) on the latest newsletter :)
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Disclaimer: Do note, you have to be selected for the fellowship, in order to be able to avail of the scholarship. We'll contact the winners only through our official Substack/Email. There shall be four winners and the award is not refundable for its cash value. PPI is only facilitating the 50% scholarship and does not conduct the course. PPI won’t be involved in any other step of the process either.
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