Jindal School of Government and Public Policy
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Prof. Sudarshan Ramaswamy
Professor & Dean,
Jindal School of Government and Public Policy

Dean's Message

Public Policy at the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy is taught as a practice which will enable its practitioners to find creative channels for public deliberation and evidence-based means for making decisions in the public interest. At JSGP public policy is primarily focused on people, recognising that technical expertise is meant to serve the interests of people, and policy decisions should be made after due deliberation, with ample opportunities afforded to ordinary people to shape those policy decisions.

Jindal School of Government and Public Policy​

Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) is engaging with the contemporary policy environment, which demands new imaginations, new methodologies and even a revitalised ethics. The School aims to promote research that facilitates a better understanding of issues relating to governance and public policy. The programmes that JSGP offers bear in mind the contribution that the faculty and the students can make towards meeting the challenges of governance and improving the efficiency of government in India while drawing upon comparative and international perspectives.Read more



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Research & Publications

JGU’s research centres and institutes play an important role in advancing our research agenda and a significant part of our collaborative research work is carried out through them. Our research centres are conceptualised around subject areas of particular interest to the JGU research community and which also serve our research charter and overall vision.

Over the past ten years, the University has established 55 research centres, in addition to three institutes that focus on behavioural sciences, executive education and leadership development and higher education research and capacity building. Read more…


08 Feb
2:40 pm - 4:10 pm

The Stoic theory of justice as based on recognition of others as BELONGING with us in surrounding circles, by Professor Sir Richard Sorabji, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

29 Mar
2:40 pm - 4:10 pm

Open Lecture on “A Passage to Europe: The European Union’s Encounter with Four Indian Ideas” by Prof. (Dr.) Paul Flather, Former Secretary-General, Europaeum & Fellow, Mansfield College, University of Oxford, U.K

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The Relevance and Importance of Studying Public Policy