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Date: May 29, 2016

Committee on Economic and Social Research


KRITYANAND UNESCO CLUB SUMMER RESEARCH INTERNSHIP BATCH 4 2016
CONFIRMATION LETTER CUM OFFICE ORDER
List of Candidates selected for Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur Summer Internship Programme 2016 Batch 4 from 20/05/2016
to 15/08/2016 or 150 H /Months Under International Relations.
Research Profile
Duration
Subject Title
Prerequisites
Subject Level

Krityanand UNESCO Club Research Program on International Relations


20th May to 15th August 2016
International Relations and Affairs
Only students admitted into the PG
Undergraduate/Postgraduate

Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur herewith Under the Ref No: KNUC/SG/IN/U- 4097-05/2016(F) of dated May 29th 2016 declares the selected Summer
Research Internship (Batch 4) 09 Candidates name and their basic information as well as their Project Assignment. No separate Confirmation letter will be
issue to the candidate. So this letter will act as Confirmation letter from the Organization.

Date: May 29, 2016


Place: Jamshedpur, India

Secretary

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Sd/
Secretary General

List of Candidates selected and their Project Assignment and Project Duration

SL NO

REGD. NO

CANDIDATE NAME

INSTITUTE

PROJECT CATOGORY

DURATION

01

KNUC/IN/S 47/2016-17

Gargi Sharma

Hindu College,New Delhi

International Organization (UN)

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

02

KNUC/IN/S 48/2016-17

Ishita Blest

St. Stephens College

International Organization (UN)

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

03

KNUC/IN/S 49/2016-17

Aakriti Bansal

The NorthCap University,New Delhi

Economic Development

01/06/2016 To 15/07/2016

04

KNUC/IN/S 50/2016-17

Manik Aggarwal

Kirori Mal College,New Delhi

Economic Development

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

05

KNUC/IN/S 51/2016-17

Ankita Das

Jindal School of International Affairs

International Relations

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

06

KNUC/IN/S 52/2016-17

Veerangna Kohli

Lady Shri Ram College For Women

Economic Development

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

07

KNUC/IN/S-53/2016-17

Anannya Singhal

Lady Shri Ram College For Women

Economic Development

01/06/2016 To 15/07/2016

08

KNUC/IN/S-54/2016-17

Yukti Lamba

Delhi School of Social Work,N Delhi

Economic Development

05/06/2016 To 15/07/2016

09

KNUC/IN/S-55/2016-17

Mohit Singh Rawat

University of Delhi ,New Delhi

Economic Development

01/06/2016 To 30/06/2016

Thank you for your application for Internship in KRITYANAND UNESCO CLUB. We are pleased to inform you that your application has now been approved. We look
forward to sharing this unique Opportunity to observe an essential part of our organization. We encourage your active participation throughout the program. We hope you
will express your views and idea during your programme. Please feel free to contact us regarding any questions surrounding the Internship programme. We appreciate your
cooperation and look forward to working with you.
You can do your Summer Research Internship project work from your home city on any of your Concerned Project Category as mentioned above list under the given themes
or area; as our currently focused program.

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Category: - : International Relations


st

Theme: International Relations of the 21 Century


Overview:
A sound understanding of international relations in the 21st century requires an examination of the increasing role that international organizations play in the unfolding of
world politics. More than ever before, international organizations and international law are affecting the way that states conduct their activities, domestically and at a regional
and global level. This also affects, in a fundamental way, the nature of state sovereignty in international relations, a (sometimes resisted) development that has important
ramifications for the way we live, and for the nature of citizen-state relations. The rise of international organizations means that we must reflect on the role that these
organizations play in a world that appears to operate on the logic of state sovereignty and power politics, but which is increasingly affected by international law and norms of
behavior. How relevant are international organizations in such diverse and sensitive domains as security, the environment, human rights and justice? And what do they tell
us about important issues such as legitimacy and authority in world politics?
The Program examines the rise of international organizations and international law and the impact that these organizations have had on global and regional politics. The
course will focus primarily on the United Nations and the functions it performs. We look at various roles that the UN plays in world politics and assess the effectiveness of
these activities. The course also briefly examines the political, security and humanitarian activities evident in other organizations, namely the European Union (EU), the
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and ASEAN. The course will consider the dynamics of international organizations within the context of
increased global interdependence and also within the prevailing power configurations of world politics. As such, the theoretical base of this course will come from the
literature on liberal internationalism and international law as well as from the study of how ideas and norms affect change in politics. The course also examines the growing
interaction between civil society organizations (or NGOs) and international organizations, and will conclude with a consideration of the future of international organizations
in world politics.
st

Focus Area of International Relations of the 21 Century Research Program 2016 Summer

implications of globalization for world politics


Globalization and its implications in International Relations

Category: - : Foreign Policy

Theme - : Foreign Policies of the Great Powers


Overview: The course examines the foreign policy culture and policy choices associated with the great powers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It offers ways to
answer such questions as the following: How is foreign policy constructed and conducted? How do the great powers cope with an ever-changing international order, and are
they able to bend and shape it in a way that satisfies them? How important is it to consider how other states may be affected by these changes? How do great powers choose

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between alternatives? Are there things that they can do and others that they cannot? Why is it so? Do these limitations apply only to the weak who suffer what they must or
do they also apply to the strong? What goals do given states seek to achieve with their foreign policy, and how can we know
Focus Area of Foreign Policies of the Great Powers

Foreign Policy of US after the 1991

the factors and interests that underlie Great Power foreign policy-making

Category - : International Organization

Theme: - : International Organization and the United Nations


Overview: The growth in the number and importance of international organizations has been one of the most prominent features of world politics, particularly since 1945.
Some of these are high profile bodies such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and the International Monetary Fund, while others are lesser
known but still play key roles in particular fields. By providing a framework for cooperative problem-solving amongst states, international organizations have modified
traditional power politics without, at the same time, threatening the emergence of a global or regional superstate. However, the phenomenon of international organization also
raises a number of important questions. For example, what factors and forces help to explain the emergence of international organizations? Do such bodies genuinely reflect
the collective interests of their members, or are they created by and for powerful states? To what extent can international organizations affect global outcomes? Many of these
questions, however, are best addressed by considering the case of the worlds leading international organization, the United Nations. The UN (unlike its predecessor, the
League of Nations) has established itself as a truly global body, and is regarded by most as an indispensable part of the international political scene. Its core concern with
promoting international peace and security has been supplemented, over time, by an ever-expanding economic and social agenda. Has the UN lived up to the expectations of
its founders, and could it ever? What factors determine the effectiveness of the UN, and how could it be made more effective?
Focus Area of International Organization

United Nations as Model international organization


Implications of the growth in international organization?
Effectiveness of UN in maintaining peace and security
impact of the UN on economic and social issues

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Category: - : Political Development


Theme: Globalizations & International Political Economy
Overview: Globalization and Political Economy examines the political aspects of economic globalization. It introduces students to a classical and contemporary theoretical
perspective on international political economy. This treats globalizing tendencies as distinct phenomena in their own right and as an influence on domestic public policies in
individual nations. Key issues include the conflict between forces seeking to facilitate globalization and those seeking to resist it.
Focus Area of Political Development Research Program 2016 Summer

Globalization and Foreign Policy for Post 2015 Development.


Ideology in International Relations
Global Trends and Transformation in World Politics.
Human Rights & International Politics

Category:- : Economic Development


Theme: Indian Economy
Overview:
Economic growth in India accelerated in Fiscal Year 2015 despite a double-digit decline in exports. It is projected to dip marginally in FY2016 due to a slowdown in public
investment, stressed corporate balance sheets, and declining exports, then pick up in FY2017 as newly strengthened bank and corporate finances allow a revival in
investment. Notwithstanding unexpected delays in enacting some economic reform, the prospects for continued rapid growth are undiminished.
Focus Area of Economics Research Program 2016 Summer

1.

2.

MAKING GROWTH MORE INCLUSIVE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Macroeconomic policies and reform initiatives


Trade prospects and foreign direct investment trends

Dealing with obstacles to inclusive growth


Addressing climate change concerns and issues of sustainable energy

POLICY CONSIDERATIONS

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The economic dimension of inclusive growth


Inclusive growth
Agricultural and Rural Development
Policy Stability and Economic Growth
Globalization and Trade
Macroeconomics Analysis and Policy

Category: - : Financial Development


Overview: Access to affordable financial services for low income households and small businesses in some countries remain low, impending economic development and
contributing to inequality of income and opportunities. Research in this area identifies and evaluates policy options for expanding financial inclusion while maintaining
financial stability Increasing financial inclusion involves taking a closer look at financial education, especially how financial services on offer can help lift up disadvantaged
segments of society. Financial education can be pursued at all levels of schooling (primary, secondary, tertiary, and adult or even postretirement) and geographic location. For
example, people in rural areas can open postal savings accounts at post offices and mobile post offices can collect deposits from farmers and small businesses.
Focus Area of Financial Research Program 2016 Summer

E-Commerce in India A Game Changer for the Economy e-Commerce has transformed the way business is done in India. With
attractive and convenient shopping options at the core of the consumer facing business, the e-Commerce industry offers the power to
create innovative, sustainable, consistent and seamless shopping experience across all channels.

Financial Inclusion
Monetary policy as a source of illusions

Finance trends and barriers in India


Financial Inclusion, Regulation, and Education in India

The purpose of the program is best practices from the best Practice for promoting the best practice for post 2015 development.

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You are requested kindly submit your Project Report after the completion of your work softcopy by e-mail first and then Hardcopy of Color
Project Report (Only Hard Copy of Color Project Report with binding form is accepted) along with print application form as sent us by e-mail
and, Reference letter if available from your Institution/ or I-card copy by Speed Post or Courier. After receiving documents we will issue the
Internship Certificate.
You are requested to kindly select any one Project Topic under your Category and inform us by the same and collect some reference material for
your information, after this mail we will send you our Project Guide along with Research Log Book Form within 10 Days.

Once again welcome to Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur!


Sincerely Yours

Mukesh Kumar Mishra


Secretary General
M: (0) 9279502203

File Record Under: KNUC/SG/IN/U- 4097 -05/2016(F) of Dated: 29th May, 2016

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