Welcome to CIPPolC

CIPPolC has an overall mandate to provide and promote a platform for dialogues, programmes, research, advocacy, networking and capacity building on public policy and related areas such as Administrative Reforms, Rural Economy, Cooperative Federalism, Jobs & Skills, Education Reforms and Economic Reforms.

The Management of CIPPolC comprises of a steering committee with eminent experts from varied genres. Since its launch in July 2014, the centre has undertaken several activities in the above mentioned programme areas.
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  Highlights

National Seminar on Governance Reforms for Make in India, Rural Infrastructure and Sustainable Agriculture Initiatives

 

April 1, 2016, New Delhi

 

  CIPPolC In Media

                                                 

  • Need to end unnecessary rules for double digit growth
    Business Standard  | April 02, 2016

  • India has made itself complex for doing business
    SmeStree  | April 01, 2016

  • NITI Aayog ensuring ease of doing business: Panagariya
    Moneycontrol  | January 21, 2016

  • NITI Aayog ensuring ease of doing business in the country: Arvind Panagariya
    dnaindia  | January 21, 2016

  • Enough Provisions To Handle Centre-State Dispute, Says Rajnath Singh
    The Asian Age  | January 21, 2016

  • Rajnath Singh calls for roadmap for Centre, states to work together
    BUDGET  | January 21, 2016

  • Two day International Conference on Cooperative Federalism concludes today
    Business Standard  | January 21, 2016

  • Focus Areas 2017-18

    Cooperative Federalism Administrative Reforms Rural Economy Jobs & Skills Education Reforms Economic Reforms

    NITI Aayog

    Cooperative federalism and centre’s promises

    Six months later: taking stock

    Supreme Court, High Court Judges Get Over Two-fold Salary Hike

     

    IPS officers resist Centre's fitness test plan


    The rural economy is not just about farming

     

    Agriculture no longer main rural income source


     

    Skill development to get leg-up

    Government must cap gst rates for skill training services

    No Funds, No Policy, Few Teachers

     

     

    Be passionate about teaching or face replacement
     


    Views on India's growth prospects post Economic Survey

     

    Economic Survey 2018 paints shiny future for India’s education sector, says country poised to be leading knowledge economy

     

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