Karan Palsania, PhD Scholar in the Department of History at the University of Hyderabad has been selected for the Policy Boot Camp being organized by the Vision India Foundation (VIF).

Policy BootCamp is a 21-day residential program focused on public policy and governance, leadership, and nation-building. It serves as a launch-pad for aspiring public leaders, and policy enthusiasts who are specialists in their respective fields.

150 delegates from all across the nation and the world come together and stay on one campus. The program is graced by over 50 speakers including union ministers, bureaucrats, parliamentarians, grassroots reformers, social leaders, academicians, impact investors, and young achievers. The Policy BootCamp has been carefully designed to deliver holistic learning, exposure, and mentorship to the future leadership of the nation.

Program Highlights:

21-day (starting from 4th June 2018) immersive residential program in Delhi

• Engage with politicians, bureaucrats, academicians, social workers, thinkers, policy entrepreneurs and more.
• Experience the spirit of India with workshops, community interactions, group exercises, ideation workshops, and field work
• Learn from India’s leading minds through seminars, interactive discussions, one-to-one interactions and implementation modeling.
• Connect with future co-workers, peers, ground workers, policymakers, and various stakeholders of democracy.

Karan has been selected for this camp by the committee after successfully clearing three legs of selection process.

Vision India Foundation (VIF) identifies, trains and mentors bright young minds to make them agents of change. By investing in young individuals, VIF focus on systemic, long-term reforms by working on public policy, governance and institutional frameworks of the nation.

VIF was founded by alumni and faculty members of various IITs in 2014.

Information provided by Mr. Karan Palsania and reference from http://visionindiafoundation.com/bootcamp/