Ph.D in Social and Environmental Issues

TERI University
In New Delhi

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Typology PhD
Location New delhi
Duration 3 Years
  • PhD
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Starts Location
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New Delhi
Plot No. 10 Institutional Area Vasant Kunj, 110070, Delhi, India
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Starts On request
Location
New Delhi
Plot No. 10 Institutional Area Vasant Kunj, 110070, Delhi, India
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Aditi jain
5.0 23/09/2010
What I would highlight: Highly recommended course. Well, The course is new but with dedicated faculty and good course material the course is a big sucess.The course emphasizes on practical skills and the course is designed in a way that a high percentage of students were able to crack various entrance exams like CSIR NET, DBT, NCBS, IISC, NII, JNU and many more.
What could be improved: Nothing
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Course programme

The TERI University offers number of courses one of the course is Ph.D in Social and Environmental Issues


The agenda of sustainable development in a developing country such as India requires multiple interventions at different levels by different stakeholders. Sound policy and regulatory choices can be very effective tools in moving the country on the path of sustainable development. Given TERI's competence in issues related to energy, environment and sustainable development, the research activities of CRPR naturally focus on policy and regulatory options in these areas.

The Doctoral programme will encourage research that critically analyses current policies/regulations and their impacts and that provides directions for future policy development. Focus areas include regulatory policy research, and social and environmental issues related to sustainable development with a special emphasis on energy-economy-environment interactions.


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