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Online Training Programme on Labour Market Analysis for Researchers & Practitioners

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Course Title Online Training Programme on Labour Market Analysis for Researchers & Practitioners
Course Aim This programme provides an opportunity for researchers and practitioners pursuing research and policies on labour market to go through a rigorous and interactive exercise in labour market analysis. The programme offers opportunities and intensive interface with renowned scholars in the area of labour market analysis.
Course Objective Examine the various concepts and theories related to labour market. Obtain deeper understanding of the key indicators of labour market. Acquire knowledge about different sources of data on labour. Sharpen skills in undertaking labour market surveys.
Course Profile Labour Market Theories; Key Indicators of Labour Market; Sources of Data on Labour; Emerging Nature and Characteristics of the Labour Markets; and Conducting Labour Market Surveys.
Methodology This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures, case studies and experience sharing. Each session will be based on a structured Power Point presentation.
Participation Level Researchers from universities/colleges/research institutions and professionals in government organisations pursuing/intending to pursue their interests in labour market research and policy will form the expected group of participants.
Faculty Dr. S.K. Sasikumar, Senior Fellow sasikumarsk2[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in
Date From 25-10-2021 to 29-10-2021
Training Details Domestic Training Programmes
Venue Online Training Programme
Course Director Dr. S.K. Sasikumar
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