To address research writing needs of Ashoka students pursuing research projects and dissertations, the Winter School was started in 2021. The winter School is a five day long program organized during the winter break and has series of workshops, lectures and individual and group writing sessions on various aspects of research writing, including methodology writing, and science writing and communication.
[Applications Closed] The CWC is pleased to invite applications for its Winter School 2022-23 on research writing. This is for Ashoka students at different stages of writing their dissertations. The course will cover various aspects of writing your dissertation including, but not limited to: Introduction to Research Writing, Literature Review, Writing a Research Proposal/ Synopsis, Writing an Abstract and Research Ethics.
The classes were held on campus from February 4 to February 6, 2023 (3 days). Applications are now closed, and the deadline for submission was December 4, 2022. Ashoka students in ASP, postgraduate courses (including MLS) and PhD participated. There were three sections of this course: a) Research Writing for ASP, Master’s and MLS students (Humanities & Social Sciences), b) Research Writing for PhD students (Humanities & Social Sciences) and c) Research Writing in the Sciences. Keep an eye on this page for future Winter Schools conducted by the CWC.
A selection of modules from the Winter School 2023 conducted by the CWC