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Policy making and execution in private and public sector enterprises falls under the purview of Policy Governance

Published: 08th September 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th September 2014 02:35 AM   |  A+A-

Policy governance is one of the major thrusters in today’s framework of the constitution. This course will include educating students on policy structuring and equip them with good public management skills. Issues on regulation and management of public and private enterprises will also be taught to the students.

■ Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

A one-year postgraduate programme in public management and policy is offered at the institute. Middle/senior-level administrators and managers from different sectors can apply for this course. This is a full-time executive MBA programme. The course is divided into five terms where the first two terms will focus on core management, while the third term will include international immersion. The last two terms will focus on public management and policy courses.


■ Management Development Institute, Gurgaon

The institute’s postgraduate programme in the subject is a full-time residential with a six-week term abroad. You will have to undergo eight terms in course year. During the second year, students will work on their dissertation. MDI School for Public Policy and Governance is a Centre that does research and train students in the subject.


■ Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

IIM-B offers a postgraduate programme in Public Policy and Management. The course will improve managerial skills of those who are involved in the civil services, social and private sectors. Those with a minimum of five years of work experience can apply. Students will be selected based on CAT/GRE/GMAT. This is a one-year programme.



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