Past Training Courses

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Science and Technology)

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DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Energy Security and Management)

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1 2008 2008
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DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Dimensions of Nanotechnology: Science, Technology, Business and Society)

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1 2006 2006
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DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Impact of Globalisation)

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1 2008 2008
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DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Gender issues in Indian Science)

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1 2010 2010
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DST Courses for Science-Administrators (for Directors) (Paradigm Shift in Science and Technology)

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1 2011 2011

 

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (for Directors) (Policy for science and Science for Policies)

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1 2013 2013
2 2014 2014

 

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (New Technologies and their Implications)

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1 2012 2012

 

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (Technology Forecasting, Assessment and Management)

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1 2012 2012

 

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (for Women under DISHA) (Future Challenges To Society)

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1 2013 2013

 

DST Courses for Science-Administrators (for Women under DISHA) (Science for Progress in India)

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1 2014 2014
2 2015 2015

This residential course for University and College teachers was conducted by NIAS annually during the years 1993-1998, 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008. The university and college teachers of varied disciplines from all across the country participated in these courses which gave them an exposure to new advances in various fields of knowledge, and put them in touch with India’s socio-cultural roots and engaged them in discussions on major problems facing the country. This was done usually through lectures, panel discussions, debates, workshops, book reviews and educational tours. Eleven courses have been conducted with the broad theme of ‘Integrated Approach to Knowledge and Information’.

UGC Course for University Teachers

1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 2003 | 2005 | 2005-06 | 2006 | 2008

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NIAS conducts one week course annually for senior scientists and engineers who were identified by ISRO as potentially constituting its future leadership. The courses were conducted during 1999-2002 and 2004-2005 with the theme ‘The Indian Space Enterprise: Foreseeing the Future’,  ‘The Indian Space Enterprise: Promoting Development in a Changing Economy’, ‘The Indian Space Enterprise: Challenges and Opportunities’, ‘The Indian Space Enterprise: Challenges and Opportunities’, ‘The Indian Space Enterprise: Technology for Sustainable Development’, ’The Indian Space Enterprise: Technology for National Development’ and ‘Indian Space Enterprise:  Achieving Social Impact’. The main purpose of this course was to provide the orientation and planning skills as well as offer views of the broader scientific, economic, social and cultural milieu in which the Indian space programme should develop in the coming decades. 

Speakers Participants Programme
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