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Semester and Year Offered: 4th semester, winter vacation, 2nd year
Course Coordinator and Team: Dr. Richa Awasthy
Email of course coordinator: email@example.com
This course aims to make participants aware of the various social and economic issues and challenges faced by the marginalised section of the society such as poverty, child education, environmental problems, health care etc. It is designed to sensitize students with the emerging socioeconomic concerns of society and gain insights into the objectives, roles, responsibilities, accountability and delivery system of various NGOs engaged in the task of serving different sectors. It will help them become global managers of tomorrow with a human face. This course provides an opportunity to participants to work with an NGO and increases their awareness about NGO work in the Indian context. It creates a platform for exchange of ideas, choice of appropriate managerial interventions and action learning.
On successful completion of this course students will be able to:
Brief description of modules/ Main modules:
The course will begin with a one day orientation visit to the selected NGO.
Subsequently, the participants will uptake the work assigned by the NGO and write a reflective report.
One month field work happens during winter break and no classes are held during this period.
Field based pedagogy would be adopted to deliver this course.
Assessment Details with weights:
Feedback from NGO