Outreach

NIAS conducts several residential courses every year as a part of its foundational mandate. These courses combine elements of research conducted internally by the faculty and larger issues identified in terms of their national and international significance.  Their multidisciplinary character and an integrated approach to knowledge and information distinguish these courses.  The courses aid the participants to acquire knowledge outside their fields of specialization and hence broaden their perspective which will enable them to become effective leaders and decision makers.  The faculty for these courses include faculty from NIAS and researchers, scholars, leaders and policy makers from different parts of the country and occasionally from outside the country as well. 

Courses for Senior Executives
Courses for Senior Executives

Course for All India Service (AIS) Officers

Courses sponsored by DST
Courses sponsored by DST

2017

2016

2015

2014

30 Aug 2017 NIAS Wednesday Discussion: "The Untold Tales of Srirangapatna's Myriad Monuments" by M.B.Rajani, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 0930 hrs
30 Aug 2017 Eighth FIRST Lecture: "Indic S & T and the Computational Thinking Metaphor" by K Gopinath, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 1530 hrs
29 Aug 2017 NIAS Thesis Proposal Presentation: "Advancing archaeological and geomorphological understanding of the Indian Coast using old cartographic and visual records" by Ms. Ekta Gupta, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 1400hrs
29 Aug 2017 NIAS Thesis Proposal Presentation: "Spatializing Nation-state through the Discourses of Development and Security at the Borderland: A Case Study of Tawang" by Ms. Sherin Ajin, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 1445hrs
24 Aug 2017 NIAS-Christ University Workshop: "Nuclear India: Revisiting Issues, Challenges and Threats", Christ University, Bangalore, 0930-1500 hrs
23 Aug 2017 NIAS Wednesday Discussion: “Policy Recommendations and Policy Change: Connections, Gaps and Contradictions" by Chetan Singai, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 0930 hrs
23 Aug 2017 NIAS Public Lecture: “The Art and Science of Ethical Leadership” By Dr Monica Sharma, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 3.30PM
18 Aug 2017 NIAS Public Lecture: “The Indus Civilization: New Insights on Trade, Technology, Ideology and Writing” By Prof. Mark Kenoyer, JRD Tata Auditorium, NIAS, 1700hrs
11 Aug 2017 NIAS Thesis Proposal Presentation: Theoretical and Experimental Investigations into Causality, its Measures and Applications
11 Aug 2017 NIAS Public Lecture: “Vishnu iconography and Art and Temple architecture in the Angkorian period” by Prof. Vasudha Narayan, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 1600hrs