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Course Structure
  • The year-long YIF Programme is delivered over 8 terms, where each term lasts for 6 weeks

  • Each course is taught for a span of 10 classes of 2 hours each. The final deliverables differ from course to course and Fellows are expected to meet their individual and team deliverables by the stated deadlines

  • Project work under Experiential Learning Module (ELM), which comprises of 3 credits starts in Term 2 and continues alongside the regular courses for the remaining 5 terms. There will be 2-week long ELM breaks during the year designated exclusively for ELM project work

Courses

The courses taught at YIF differ every year owing to the fact that most of our Faculty is Visiting Faculty from Internationally renowned Universities and Institutions. Nonetheless, there are some core courses which are repeated every year and it is mandatory for all Fellows to complete these courses

Mentioned below is the list of courses that are being taught in the current year and the courses that have been taught in the previous years. Please refer to the list as indicative of courses that will be taught in the coming year, along with new additions

Core Courses 2016-2017
CORE COURSES 2016-2017
Name of the Course Faculty Member
JM Financial Lectures on Reason and the Makers of Modern India Rudrangshu Mukherjee
Foundations of Leadership Dwight Jaggard
Art Appreciation Anunaya Chaubey
Women and Gender in Bombay Cinema Geetanjali Chanda
The Political Economy of India’s Development Mihir Shah
Physics as a Renaissance Activity Vijay Singh
The Fundamentals of Law Apurv Mishra
Totalitarian Century? Dilip Simeon
The Heart of Leadership Kenwyn Smith
Economics and Public Policy A.K. Shivakumar
Mathematical Thinking IBS Passi
Mother India: Romance and Reality Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Grounded: Applying the Science of Psychology to Social Behaviour Neil Lutsky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses 2016-2017
ELECTIVE COURSES FOR 2016-2017
Name of the Course Faculty
Statistics and its Applications in the Modern World Santosh Venkatesh
Whose Heritage Is It? Shobita Punja,
Shakespeare and the World Jonathan Gil Harris and Madhavi Menon
Paradise Lost : A Text for Our Times Malabika Sarkar
Group Dynamics Kenwyn Smith and Flora Taylor
Visual Communication Sanjeeva Chatterjee
India and the World Rudra Chaudhri
Philosophy and Cognitive Science Ritwik Agrawal
Culture and Communication A F Mathew
Water and Sanitation Valentina Zuin
Women, Society and Changing India Urvashi Butalia
International Relations Devesh Kapur and Eswaran Sridharan
Empire and After Jane Ohlemeyer
Making Sense of the News Nayan Chanda
Managing a Business Rishikesha Krishnan
Making Sense of Indian Elections Gilles Verniers

 

Core Courses 2015-2016
CORE COURSES 2015-2016
Name of the Course Faculty Member
Foundations of Leadership Dwight Jaggard
Statistics and its Applications in the Modern World Santosh Ventakesh
Historical Perspectives: Reason and Making of Modern India Rudrangshu Mukherjee
Politics Gopal Krishna Gandhi
Political Economy of India's Development Mihir Shah
Academic and Research Writing Centre for Writing and Communication, headed by Durba Chattoraj
Leadership of the Emerging Economy Kenwyn Smith
Economics and Public Policy A.K. Shivakumar
Mathematical Thinking Maya Saran
Shakespeare and the World Jonathan Gil Harris and Madhavi Menon
Art Appreciation Anunaya Chaubey

 

Elective Courses 2015-2016
ELECTIVE COURSES FOR THE YEAR 2015-2016
Name of the Course Faculty
Culture and Communication AF Mathews
Totalitarian Century Dilip Simeon
Essentials of Business Sanjay Saigal
Sociology of the Environment Amita Baviskar
Art, Culture and Heritage  Shobita Punja
A hands-on introduction to Visual Storytelling : Change Makers Sanjeeva Chatterjee
Mind, Body and Breath Sebastian Normandin
India and the World since 1945 Rudra Chaudhri
Women Studies Urvashi Butalia
Politics Gopal Krishna Gandhi
Group Dynamics Kenywn Smith and Flora Taylor
International Relations Devesh Kapur and E.Sridharan
Philosophy and Cognitive Science Ritwik Agarwal
YIF Course Structure

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