NCI organises two summer programmes in 2018

The Nordic Centre in India university consortium will be running two summer programmes in 2018. The first programme is entitled ”Contemporary India: An Interdisciplinary Introduction Course”, and will be held in collaboration with the Study in India Programme at University of Hyderabad, 24 June-21 July 2018. it is an undergraduate level introductory course that serves as a primer to the changing dynamics in India by focusing on a wide range of topics that have immediate relevance, including politics, economy, society, religion, and development. 
The second programme is entitled ”Approaching the Environment in India: Issues and Methods in the Study of the Nature-Economy-Society Interface” and will be held in collaboration with the Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) in Bangalore, 1-28 July 2018. This is a post graduate level course that introduces students to the context and challenges related to India’s urban and rural environment. Students will be taught how to conceptualize the interface between society, economy, ecology and environment in the Indian context by being introduced to various themes that highlight the narratives, ground realities, policy dilemmas, civil society movements, gender perspectives, etc.
​The courses are available in the 7.5 ECTS variant and the 10 ECTS variant. More information.