The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is going to conduct a certificate course of one month duration on the issue of survival from 02 June 2014 till 30 June 2014 at its New Delhi centre.
Sharmila Sinha, the Deputy Programme Manager of Education and Training in CSE, said that this one month long Summer Certificate course will let the participants address the issues that lie at the interface of environment and development, poverty, democracy, equity and justice.
The one month course is aimed to provide an overview of the India's environment condition and will include topics such as poverty and the biomass economy, ecological rights and natural resource management, land and its use: agriculture, food security, conservation and conflict: wildlife management debate, urban growth challenges: water and waste management, air pollution and mobility, sustainable industrialization and public health concerns, climate change and global environmental governance.
The course curriculum will also include a 7-day visit to the Himalayas besides, other visits to be held within ambit of Delhi.
The teaching methodology used for the participants is classroom lectures, case study, presentations and discussions.
They will get the opportunity to examine policy-makers and activists, hear academics, policy pundits, lawyers, grassroots activists and members of CSE's research and advocacy teams speak.
The guest lecturers who will be experts in the field will also arrive to deliver special lectures and the Main faculty from CSE will undertake main classes.
Total 25 seats will be on offer for the course. Young professionals, college students from any stream can apply. Interested candidates must send their updated CV including a brief covering note.
To know about detailed information, visit: www.cseindia.org