MIT-WPU launches Public Policy Program in association with KPMG in India
Mumbai: MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU) has recently launched a Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Public Policy in an academia partnership with KPMG in India. The program is jointly designed to deliver this Post Graduate Program in Public Policy to students. This agile learning and industry-centric program of 11 months is aimed to prepare students for a fruitful career in the field of public policy.
Features of the Program
The defining feature of the PGP in #PublicPolicy is its proximate learning model, which considers the needs of fresh graduates and working professionals alike. The proximate learning includes a one-week classroom training program per trimester at the MIT-WPU Campus, Pune (i.e., three weeks of on-campus training) while the remaining curriculum would be delivered via an online/blended model. KPMG in India will assist MIT-WPU in preparing the course structure, providing study material, and making suitable faculties available for delivering approximately 150 hours of training, covering a portion of the following subjects:
Catalysts for Policy Formulation, Research Methodology, Digital Governance, Drafting of Public Policy, Budgeting & Financial Modelling, Urban Policy & Development Administration, Policy Implementation Monitoring & Impact Evaluation and Capstone Project