Yes. Exact format and process of this would be shared closer to the programme.
ePBC would require 4-5 hours of commitment per day, during weekdays and 8-9 hours during the weekends. The sessions would only be scheduled post 6pm on the weekdays.
Yes, students can do the program while attending college. We would share the tentative schedule a few weeks prior to the program.
If you have prepared for the examination, and it’s a partial overlap, you can do it in this year itself as it would only require 4-5 hours per day of commitment from your side. Else, you can wait until next year!
Key Components are:
We will be using a Learning Management System to manage all the content, documents, and videos during the programme. This portal, secured by a unique login ID and password, would be accessible to all delegates for a one-year period post the programme.
The Policy BootCamp is for young individuals who are ready to deep dive in the policy domain. If the screening committee feels you will be a good fit for the bootcamp, you will be considered for candidature. Generally the age group is 17-25 years. However if you do not fall in this age do get in touch with the PBC team before application.
Yes. We are planning for 7-8 hours of commitment over the weekends.
A delegate can miss at most 15 % of the total sessions i.e 12 hours of the overall 84 hours of various sessions in ePBC. The delegates would need to inform accordingly as per the procedure prescribed during the programme.
Groups with more than 5 individuals can avail a discount of 10% if appropriately informed a group in the application form.
If you are registering as students from an academic institution with more than 10 students, please mail us at email@example.com, for exclusive institutional discounts.
No scholarships for individual applicants in the ePBC. Discounts are available for group registrations, and delegates coming from organization/institutional reference as per process stated in above question.
Most of the expert masterclasses would be a live interaction. However, some knowledge based sessions would be recorded videos with QnA with the speakers.
It is suggested that you make an attempt to live attend the sessions as future sessions and discussions would be strongly linked with the previous ones. However, in case you miss a session, you will be able to watch recorded versions of the video on the ePBC online portal till 1 year after completion of the programme.
Activities would be conducted at both individual and group level, over our learning management system, and internal coordination between the delegates.
ePBC and PBC are two parallel, similar programmes with different engagement levels for the delegates. PBC, being a residential programme, is more intense with direct interaction with speakers and co-delegates, while ePBC offers the ease of attending the program from a distance, and using technology to make way for the physical distances. Hence, the exact learnings are likely to be different. However, both the programmes will have a similar set of speakers, and electives.
The respective programmes will have their own certificates mentioning the accomplishments and learnings of the delegates.
On Cancellation Before 25 May 2020: 75% refund
Cancellation Between 26-31 May 2020: 50% refund
No amount will be refunded if you cancel your candidature after 1 June 2020.
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