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Training and Governance

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Training has become a prerequisite for skill augmentation of the workforce of the country in order to achieve the mighty goal of New India@75 and to assist in better governance in the country. As a think tank involved in policy research, CPRG actively strives to lead the country towards Good Governance by assisting the officials at the helm of affairs with quality research about the policies of the Government of India.

CPRG has aided in making governance procedures more participative, accountable, effective and efficient by including the grassroots in the efficacious implementation of the National Education Policy. People are the essence of both training and governance.CPRG thus strives to pave the way for people-centric, democratic governance, and initiatives like SAMVAD which was an attempt to involve the grassroots in the analysis of the impact of the National Education Policy, 2020 on the Tribal community serve as stepping stones to it.

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Constitutional Morality: Not Only Domain of Judiciary

Is constitution morality being practised in political... more

October 4, 2022

Issues Concerning Fire Safety Norms

The instances of fires and other emergency incidents have drastically increased in India’s bustling capital city, Delhi. While the population has grown by 21.20 percent, there have been 85 percent... more

July 6, 2022

Draupadi Murmu: Leader of the People

A teacher with no political backing, Draupadi Murmu first entered politics as a councilor in Rairangpur Nagar Panchayat and the Vice-President of BJP’s Scheduled Tribe Morcha in Odisha in... more

June 30, 2022

The long pending need for Uniform Civil Code and its importance

After duly done with its agenda of abrogation of Article 370 and introduction of CAA, Union Government has set eyes on its next aim – Uniform Civil... more

June 3, 2022

PMJAY: Ayushman Bharat Scheme- A Good Approach Towards Healthcare

The PMJAY: Ayushman Bharat scheme rolled out by the BJP government in 2018 is a case of targeted policies towards the subaltern population. PMJAY is an entitlement-based scheme covering vulnerable... more

September 3, 2021

Investment in Mental Healthcare- The Launching Of the MANAS App

The Indian government recognized mental health as a crucial intervention area by pushing its public health infrastructure to cater to mental health needs. Specifically, the launching of the MANAS... more

September 3, 2021

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      8 Years of Make in India: Sectoral Trends

      Make in India completes 8 years of path breaking reforms. The newsletter focuses on the growth of India in myriad sectors in the light of the initiatives taken under the campaign in these 8 years.... more

      November 8, 2022

      INDIA@75

      The theme for the August edition of the newsletter was India@ 75. Released on the occasion of the 76th Independence day of India, it traces India’s... more

      September 7, 2022