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Chanakya Institute of Public Leadership

Posted by Sandeep Shelke on June 26th, 2011

This post is to share an opportunity to learn ancient political and economics wisdom along with modern theories absolutely free. The experts in politics and economics will help learn it in traditional Guru-Shishya way.

**** CHANAKYA INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC LEADERSHIP ****

Who Runs this:

This program is hosted by Dept of Philosophy in University of Mumbai Vidyanagari, Kalina campus @Mumbai. The management team details.

Aim:

This is a training school for future leaders inspired by ancient Bharatiy wisdom. CIPL wants to institutionalize the ancient spiritual knowledge with emphasis on practical application in the society. Read more

Program Details:

6 month residential program

Program in 2 parts “Kautilya Arthashastra” and “Modern politics and management techniques”

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Exceptional:

To uphold Guru-Shishya parampara no fees will be charged to Shishya.

Gurukul parampara would be used to deliver knowledge.

6 full-time and 25 visiting faculties for a batch of 45.

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Who can apply:

Existing and Aspiring public leaders.

Members of political parties.

Students and researchers of governance.

Eligibility:

Graduate in any discipline with at least 50%.

Age group between 25-30 years.

No gender bias.

Selection procedure:

Written test,

Interview and

Discussions

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This program looked very promising to me. I’ve applied and ask aspirants to apply too. Applications are still open.

Jai Bharat!

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