Short-Term Course on “International Migration from India and Indian Diaspora”
TATA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
(Deemed to be University)
Centre For Development Practice and Research, Patna
Short-Term Course on
“International Migration from India and Indian Diaspora”
- Dates: 07-10 February 2022
- Duration: 15 hours (one credit)
- Last date for receiving application: 20 January 2022
- Announcement of selected candidates: 25 January 2022
To register for the course on “International Migration and the Indian Diaspora”,
click here: https://www.tiss.edu/uploads/files/Course_4_-_Application_Form_-_International_Migration_from_India_and_Indian_Diaspora.docx
The application form should be mailed to email@example.com.
Click here to know more: https://tiss.edu/view/5/mumbai-campus/centre-for-development-practice-and-research/call-for-applications-for-short-term-courses/
Medium of Instruction: The medium of instruction for all courses will be English.
Number of Participants: The number of participants in each course can be up to 25.
Eligibility: The workshops are for early-career researchers. Candidates should have a master’s degree in any discipline of social sciences and humanities. They should preferably be enrolled either in the MPhil/PhD programme or teaching in a college/university.
Application Process: Those willing to apply should download the prescribed application form, duly fill it and send its scanned copy by mail. Participants will be selected through a screening process of the applications based on their academic background and the quality of their write up.
Course Fee: There is NO fee for the course.
Announcement of Selected Candidates: The list of selected candidates will be published on the website under the course title. Subsequently, the selected candidates will be informed by email.
Selected candidates will receive a Zoom link, and some reading material will be sent to them in advance. Attendance in every class is mandatory for getting a certificate of successful completion of the course.
1. Global Compact for Migration (GCM) as a framework for regulating international migration.
2. Indian labour migrants’ Gulf dream, the complex of emigration/immigration procedures and migration outcomes
3. International migration of professionals and students – drain, gain, and beyond
4. Indian migrants abroad and entrepreneurship development
5. Return of Indian migrants, refugeehood, and the question of citizenship
6. An overview of Indian diaspora formation, particularly from colonial to current times
7. Indian diaspora’s homeland engagement
For any queries, candidates may write to firstname.lastname@example.org or
call Mr Neeraj Kumar, Programme Manager, Research (Mobile: +91 8987 041 323)