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NCGG’s 2nd Internship Programme in 2024 successfully completed, research papers of 8 interns accepted for publication following extensive research work

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In 2 internship programs 24 Interns have submitted their research papers on diverse subjects of public policy

The 2nd batch of NCGG Internship Programme 2024 was successfully completed at the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), New Delhi on January 17th 2024. The NCGG Internship Programme is a short-term engagement of ‘selected students’ intends to provide exposure to the public policy and governance related issues to students for mutual benefit. The second batch of the NCGG Internship Programme received more than 300 applications, of whom 8 interns were chosen based on exceptional academic achievements and dedicated commitment to their respective domains. In two internship programs in 2024, 24 Interns have successfully submitted their research papers on diverse subjects of public policy.

The inaugural session was addressed by Shri V. Srinivas, IAS, Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, and Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare, Government of India, and the Director General of NCGG and Dr. Gazala Hasan Assistant Professor and Course Coordinator firmed up the research subjects. The 8 interns engaged with subject matter experts – Dr. Naveen Sirohi, Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Dr. Kusum Lata, Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, Dr. Shyamli Singh, an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, Shri Apruv Kumar Mishra, Consultant at the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, Dr. Malvika Upadhya, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Institute of Eminence, University of Delhi, and Dr. Neha Aneja, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Law, Delhi University.

The 8 interns thereafter undertook the responsibility of choosing a specific domain for their internship, aligning their selections with their educational backgrounds. Weekly review meetings on Saturday were held with the 8 interns at the level of Director General and progress closely monitored. Throughout the 3-month-long Internship Programme (October’23 to January’24), mentorship to the Interns was provided by Dr. Kusum Lata, Associate Professor, IIPA, Dr. Shyamli Singh, Assistant Professor, IIPA, Dr. Josyula Srinivas, Associate Professor of Practice, Indian Institute of Management, Visakhapatnam, Shri Apurv Mishra, Consultant, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, and Dr. Neha Aneja, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

The 8 interns submitted their research papers on 17 January 2024

  • Ms. Ankita Mondal paper on ‘Unlocking Happiness: Analyzing World Happiness Index Rankings and Proposing Strategies for India.’
  • Mr. Nilabhra Auddy paper on ‘Digital Fluency – Internet Maturity Index for Regional Development,’
  • Mr. Karthik Govil paper on  ‘Implementation of Green Credit Systems.’
  • Ms. Gauri Sakaria paper on ‘Study of Energy Management System and IoT Integration in Smart Grid (In context to India)
  • Ms. Kshitija Kashik paper  on ‘Navigating the Future: India’s Strategic Approach to Artificial Intelligence Regulations,’
  •  Mr. Nitesh Tiwari paper on ‘Climate Change & Global Warming: Paris Agreement.’
  • Ms. Shruti Goel paper on ‘India’s Diplomacy in the Israel – Palestinian Conflict: Navigating a Delicate Balance for Regional Stability.’

These impactful papers will be compiled into a compendium, accessible to the public through publication on the NCGG’s website.

 

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