The Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP)Print
The Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) is one of the five schools of the O.P Jindal Global University (JGU), NCR of Delhi, India. JGU is one of the fore-most non-profit universities established by the Haryana Private Universities (Second Amendment) Act, 2009 and recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India.
JGU promotes teaching with a global perspective and is among the top private universities in Asia that maintains a 1:15 faculty-student ratio with faculty members from different parts of the world possessing exceptional academic qualifications and experience.
JSGP also promotes research that facilitates better understanding of issues relating to governance and public policy. The academic programmes that the school offers bear in mind the contribution that the faculty and the students of the school can make towards meeting the challenges of governance and improving the efficiency of government in India, while drawing upon comparative and international perspectives.
JSGP focusses on comparative perspective on policy issues and responses to emerging challenges in the realm of public policy. The current policy environment demands new imaginations, new methodologies and even a revitalized ethics and the school is a brilliant place for dialogue and debate on the ideas of development and governance within a conversation over democracies.
JSGP aspires to be a Centre of Excellence (CoE) by continually generating ideas and knowledge about democratized development. The institution promotes interdisciplinary studies and joint teaching and research programmes in partnership with its sister schools and across universities. JSGP aspires to create a commons of ideas and practices relevant for a new generation of citizens and stakeholders. Through national and international collaborations, the school promotes interdisciplinary studies, joint teaching and research programmes, and strives to develop a comparative perspective on global policy issues.