Refresher Course cum Research Training Programme in Economics 2013 (Theme: Innovation and Development)
January 4-24, 2013
Organized by NRPPD at CDS jointly with Rubber Board and Indialics (India chapter of Globelics).
The programme will have three components. The first component will expose you to the theoretical perspectives on Innovation and development and locate a few issues for detailed exploration.
The second component intends to expose the participants to the field where in necessary data/information will be gathered on the issues identified during the first phase.
During the third phase, using the data/information collected from the field, the participants are expected to work in groups and each group is expected to prepare a report on the issue that they focus on.
This 21 days training programme for the University-College teachers and research scholars, aimed at exposing the participants (17 from 7 states) to various issues in innovation and development with a case study of Natural Rubber. During the first 10 days of class room lectures in CDS the participants were exposed to different theoretical paradigms in innovation and development. Thereafter, the participants were taken to the Rubber Board wherein the Chair Person addressed the participants and all the division heads took classes on the rubber plantation sector in general and various innovations undertaken in the rubber sector in particular. The training in the Rubber board was coordinated by Dr Kuruvila Jacob, Director Rubber Training Institute. Drawing from these classes and the field visit, the participants prepared a report on Innovation and Development: Experience of Natural rubber, with special focus on R&D, extension, rubber producers’ societies and the rubber based industries. The draft report was presented before the rubber board officials in a workshop organized in CDS on 25 January. Apart from the CDS faculty and Rubber Board officials, the resource persons included the experts with in the country and Prof Olav Wicken from University of Oslo and Dr Vandana Ujjual from Sussex.
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