Events

  Insititute of Development Studies Jaipur

  Apr 20 to 20 Apr,2017

The Institute in collaboration with CRY New Delhi and Mahila Jan Adhikar Samiti Ajmer (MJAS) is organising a One day consultation on ‘Child Marriage: Understanding Different Dimensions and Building Alliances’ on April 20 2017. The consultation focuses on sharing experiences of organisations working on the different aspects of child marriage in Rajasthan. The findings of a recently completed KAP study in Ajmer district will also be shared. We also hope to arrive at a larger research agenda by building alliances across various districts in the...read more


The Seminar Theme and Objectives The uphill task that the country encounters in the 21st century is not only the revival of sustainable economic growth but its inclusiveness as well. A socially justifiable distribution of the fruits of development is imperative for the sustenance of democratic fabric of the country. Drastic fall in the elasticity of employment from 0.52 during 1970s and 1980s to 0.04 in the early period of the 21st century did impact differently on the source of...read more


  Insititute of Development Studies Jaipur

  Nov 07 to 08 Nov,2016

A two day consultation on ‘Approach to Youth Policy’ was organized on 7th – 8th November 2016 in the Institute of Development Studies seminar hall. The workshop was organized by the Ajit Foundation, Jaipur. The participants were drawn from organizations working with youth, NGOs and civil society organizations as well as academic institutions. A number of young men and women also participated. India enjoys a large ‘demographic dividend’ as nearly 60 percent of the country’s population is the age group...read more


  Hotel Indiana Pride, Jaipur

  Feb 17 to 17 Feb,2017

The Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur alongwith Centre for Advocacy and Research, Jaipur organized a one day Consultation on ‘Menstrual Hygiene and Management- Practices, Intervention and Challenges’ (with reference to Urban Areas) on 17 February, 2017 at Hotel Indiana Pride Jaipur. The objective of the Consultation was to develop a better understanding of MHM practices and interventions as well as the role and impact of Government policy and initiatives with specific reference to urban areas. The consultation was presided over by...read more


IDSJ has recently completed the research study on Open and Distance Learning as a Cost Effective Option for Secondary Level Schooling in India: Potential and Prerequisites in Rajasthan . The Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode has been internationally recognized as an alternative model of secondary education for those with social, cultural and economic constraints especially in the context of high population and educationally backward countries. In India the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and State Open Schools (SOS)...read more


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