Pune Public Policy Festival to hold its first edition in January 2024

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Pune Public Policy Festival to hold its first edition in January 2024

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By: Pune Pulse

December 6, 2023

Pune: The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics will host the inaugural Pune Public Policy Festival (PPPF) from January 19 to January 20.

As per information from the official website of Pune Public Policy Festival (PPPF), the purpose of attending PPPFs will be to 

Focus on Practice: The debates are driven by & end at evidence-based, practice-oriented decision-making. 

Empowering Local & State: Policy-making & its discourse tend to concentrate in New Delhi. The platform explores the challenges facing the country by centering the local & state governments of Maharashtra first.

Networking – Devoted time to interact with industry experts, bureaucrats & politicians would highlight niches for new research and gaps in businesses tap into.

Who can attend PPPF?

·          Public Policy Professionals – The platform provides a chance to interact with industry experts across water, health, education, politics & business sectors. These conversations will provide insights into penetrating these areas, which niches to tap into, and critical stakeholders to navigate.

·         Academicians & Students – Exploring the trade-offs from the concerns of industrialists and bureaucrats will bring to the front the numerous moving pieces that need to be navigated – and which are the most pertinent areas of research.

·         Private Sector Professionals – They believe that businesses will drive India’s economic & technological growth. This platform will put them at the forefront, presenting a chance for other businesses to understand and learn to bolster efforts towards the country’s development.

Over 20 speakers have confirmed their attendance, including Shekhar Singh, PCMC Commissioner, Mark Hallerberg, professor of public management and political economy at Hertie School, Shamika Ravi, a member of the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister and Secretary to Government of India, Ajit Ranade, the vice-chancellor of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics & many more.

Shreyas Vange

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