Jindal School of Government and Public Policy
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About 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. JSGP 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. JSGP intends to promote inter-disciplinary studies and joint teaching and research programmes in partnership with the schools of Law, Business, International Affairs, Liberal Arts & Humanities.


Jindal School of Public Policy (JSGP) envisions equipping its students to become public policy practitioners, capable of constructively shaping public policies to contribute to overall human development, empower marginalised and disadvantaged groups, and eliminate poverty. Students will have the capability to synthesise academic knowledge from the social sciences to serve public policy purposes. JSGP faculty will engage in theoretical and applied social science research to analyse and improve governance and public policy. They will use their theoretical knowledge and practical expertise to develop a multidisciplinary pedagogy. JSGP students will create, expand and assimilate knowledge to become future leaders, transcending disciplinary silos. JSGP students will have the capacity to contribute to global discourses and the practice of public policy directed towards the well-being of people and the planet.

Curriculum of international

Exposure to the latest
research trends

Strong emphasis on quantitative
and qualitative research skills

Research-active and
internationally trained

International student and
faculty exchange programmes

Globally networked career
development and placement