- Keep an eye on the target: Make sure those who need help the most are getting it.
- Put it into law: Guarantee equity and affordability in regulatory frameworks
- Step up monitoring: Establish national agencies to ensure equal opportunities
- Vary admissions criteria: Use different admissions criteria to respond to different individuals’ needs
- Provide varied student aid: Establish an agency to coordinate different forms of student aid, such as loans and grants
- Limit student loan repayments to <15% of their annual income.
CPR is pleased to invite you to the second lecture in a series on ‘Globalisation in Question’:
Hyperglobalisation is Dead. Long Live Globalisation
Monday, 8 May 2017, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
|Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research|
In the recent years, the international system has witnessed a series of developments which possibly portend tectonic shifts in the global political economy. This lecture attempts to examine and contextualise these developments to understand what they mean for the open global system and for India’s role in it.
Arvind Subramanian is the Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India, and is on leave from his position as the Dennis Weatherstone Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He has also served as Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development. He has written on growth, trade, development, institutions, aid, oil, India, Africa, and the World Trade Organisation, and has published widely in academic and other journals.
This is the second in our series of monthly lectures on “Globalisation in Question”, where we will draw upon renowned scholars and practitioners to address specific undercurrents of globalisation and their impact on a variety of issue areas.
- Invited collectors to get a coin or currency note from their precious collection, which is currently not in circulation. Got it professionally clicked and the digital image of its soft copy was gifted to them for FREE
- Announced 2 unique features “Mintage Photo Pro” & “Mintage Image Match” to enhance the experience & knowledge of the collector’s precious collection
- The museum also home delivers various accessories that are used to clean, store, preserve and restore a collectors valuable coins, stamps & notes collection
- Mintage Photo Pro : Using this unique feature, Collectors & Hobbyists can get their valuable collections Professionally, aesthetically & Digitally photographed in the right ambience. Making them share it with anyone & eliminating physical carriage of it
- Mintage Image Match : One who don’t know much of their coins or notes can simply click a picture of it and upload it on the website. The museum’s immense database will provide the closest reference of the said item detailing the make, origin, mint, Dynasty, ruler, rarity and other details
MOBILES MAY MAKE BANKS EXTINCT
18 – 19 MAY 2017, THE LALIT, NEW DELHI
PIANO RECITAL: GABRIELE CARCANO
Thursday, 27th April, 2017 @ 6:30 pm
India International Centre,
40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi