Bangaluru, Jan 7: Azim Premji University, Bangalore invites applications for other development-oriented 2 years full-time residential programs i.e. M.A. in Education, M.A. in Development and M.A. in Public Policy & Governance.
Similarly, applications are also invited for the novel one year program – LL.M in Law & Development. The last date of submitting online applications is 12th January 2017. The above PG programs will cover various developmental issues like, Education & Development Curriculum & Pedagogy; Early Childhood Education; School Organization, Leadership & Management; Health & Nuitrition; Law & Governance; Livelihoods; Public Policy; Environment, Sustainability, and so on.
The LL.M program includes mandatory courses on Law and Development, Law and Justice, Comparative Public Law and Legal Research Methods. Students may elect to do courses in a wide variety of fields (private and commercial law, human rights, tax law, livelihoods, environment and sustainability) and across a wide range of disciplines (economics, anthropology, political science, sociology, history and philosophy) offered at Azim Premji University.
Importantly, the University enables all deserving students to pursue higher education irrespective of financial constraints, through providing extensive scholarships. Full or part scholarships are offered to deserving candidates, solely on the basis of the family income, to cover fees and living expenses.
Graduates or students in the final year of their graduation course from any discipline are eligible to apply for the PG Courses. For LL.M course, students must possess a Bachelor of Laws degree from a recognised University in India or abroad.
Those who Students will be selected through a National Entrance Test & a personal interview for shortlisted candidates, to be conducted on 22nd January 2017 at more than 40 locations all over the country.
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