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Training Programme on Monitoring and Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies

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Course Title Training Programme on Monitoring and Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies
Course Aim This programme aims at enhancing the capacities of the stakeholders in conceptualising, designing and implementing effective labour market and employment policies and undertaking monitoring and evaluation of such policies. The programme provides an opportunity for the participants to have intensive interface with renowned scholars and practitioners in the area of labour market and employment policies.
Course Objective Provide an overview on labour and employment scenario at the Global and National Level. Understanding different components of labour market and employment policy. Developing capacities to undertake labour market surveys and employment impact and evaluation studies.
Course Profile Importance of employment policy in addressing labour market challenges; role of fiscal and sectoral policies in generating employment, designing inclusive employment policies for combating inequality and exclusion, and understanding about active labour market policies and role of labour market regulations/institutions.
Methodology Lectures, case studies and group discussion
Participation Level Senior and Middle Level Officials and functionaries dealing with labour market and employment issues, researchers specialising on labour market and employment studies.
Faculty Dr. Anoop K. Satpathy, Fellow, VVGNLI Email: anoopsatpathy[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in
Date From 18-10-2021 to 21-10-2021
Training Details Domestic Training Programmes
Venue V.V. Giri National Labour Institute Sector 24, NOIDA 201 301 (U.P.)
Course Director Dr. Anoop K. Satpathy
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