Reasons and rationality at the round table.
Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy (GCPP) programme is designed to serve as a platform to equip interested individuals with the tools and aptitude to bridge a widening governance gap within the Indian political system. The comprehensive syllabus covers topics from policy analysis, economics, security, and foreign policy and helps exposed students to experts in various fields. It aims to foster a more intelligent and better-informed debate on policy making in India.
At one of the many informal sessions, it was decided by the student body that the debates, arguments and opinions rising within the ambits of the classroom would be better heard, challenged and discussed in a public sphere. This is how ‘Logos’ was born.
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