About Us

What is Rashtram

Rashtram School of Public Leadership produces ‘self-aware’ and ‘civilisationally assured’ public leaders who are nourished by Indic Knowledge traditions and systems of thought. The specific focus of the school is to prepare leaders in three domains – Academia, Politics, and Community.

Rashtram will also design and conduct executive education programs, engage in research to align institutions with Indic thought, foster an ecosystem of young leaders in India and abroad and strategically partner with organisations across the world.

India needs leaders in three domains to progress

  • Academic Leaders, who can research on various policies and governance practises, and produce original thoughts and solutions to national problems
  • Social Leaders, who can pilot these solutions on the ground in communities
  • Political Leaders, who can scale-up these solutions and implement them on a national level. Coherence between these three sets of leadership is fundamental to India’s progress in the upcoming epoch, as well as in elevating global consciousness.

Our Vision - Reawakening Bhârat, elevating global consciousness

Towards Rashtram

Our Journey

Rashtram is an initiative by the young team at Vision India Foundation. In its five years of operations, VIF’s Fellowship Programme has trained and mentored 30+ young and aspiring public leaders of India. Center for Executive Education at VIF has curated innovative learning programmes in policy-making and governance, thereby reaching out to 1200+ students and professionals across India and the world. These individuals are successfully working as political or social consultants, researchers, and community workers, with organizations or in individual capacities. Center for Good Governance at VIF partners with state-level governments to bring in systemic reforms in the governance. Center for Strategic & Foreign Relations at VIF undertakes extensive research on India’s foreign policy priorities and strategic concerns.

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