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What you'll learn ? click on the topics below to know more.

  • What you’ll learn
    • Key factors on India’s development and the challenges they present (language, culture, communication technology, etc.)
    • Key ideas–push and pull factors–that drive India towards the path of globalisation
    • The dynamic, complex and interdependent nature of various cultural facets, and their application to your personal and professional contexts
  • What you’ll learn
    • Why and when rigorous evaluation of social impact is needed
    • The pitfalls of common evaluation designs, and why randomization helps
    • The key components of a well-designed randomized evaluation
    • Alternative techniques for incorporating randomization into project design
    • How to determine the appropriate sample size, measure outcomes, and manage data
    • Guarding against threats that may undermine the integrity of the results
    • Techniques for the analysis and interpretation of results
    • How to maximize policy impact and test external validity
    • The whys and hows of comparative cost-effectiveness analysis for informed policy making
  • What you’ll learn
    • Discover what happiness is and why it matters to you
    • Learn how to increase your own happiness
    • Understand the power of social connections and the science of empathy
    • Discover what is mindfulness and its real world applications
  • What you’ll learn
    • Understand the multidimensional nature and content of corporate social responsibility.
    • Adopt a critical perspective on managerial practices related to societal issues.
    • Stimulate and manage impactful changes in organizations, toward more responsible postures.
    • Reconcile multiple stakeholders’ interests (and understand the importance of doing so), into a clear, persuasive, smart action and communication plan.
    • Recognize the risks of CSR washing, as well as the opportunities related to a strong CSR communication strategy.
  • What you’ll learn

    On completion of this course, you should be able to:

    • Understand what employability is and why it is important.
    • Recognise opportunities for employability development.
    • Apply self-reflective methods to interpret your experiences and connect them to your employability.
    • Develop your communication skills to convey your potential to employers in the recruitment context.
    • Convey your unique qualities and skills to potential employers in various employment contexts.
    • Define professionalism and understand how to conduct yourself appropriately in the work environment.
    • Prepare for the transition from university to your first job.
    • Determine how to develop your employability throughout your career and understand the benefits of lifelong learning.
    • Recognise the value of working globally.