Training for Indian Economic Service (En)

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IES

This one-week custom course for the Government of India's Indian Economic Service (IES) officers as part of their probationary training period. will offer an overview of cutting-edge methods used for monitoring, impact evaluation, and data collection.

IES was constituted in 1961 with the objective of institutionalizing a core professional capacity within the Government to undertake economic analysis and render advice for designing and formulating development policies, strengthening delivery systems, and monitoring and evaluating public programs. The Cadre Controlling of the IES is located in the Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs).

The course will offer an overview of cutting-edge methods used for monitoring, impact evaluation, and data collection, focusing on the use of impact evaluation to inform policymaking and program design. It will also include a special fieldwork component, run by CLEAR and J-PAL SA at IFMR, to provide participants with first-hand knowledge of survey design and data collection.
 
The course takes a hands-on approach to learning through dedicated group work and case study sessions. Sessions will integrate information about Theory of Change, evaluation methods, data collection, monitoring, and managing evaluations – issues that are critical to operationalizing evaluations. The course will also offer practical training on survey design and data collection.

IES was constituted in 1961 with the objective of institutionalizing a core professional capacity within the Government to undertake economic analysis and render advice for designing and formulating development policies, strengthening delivery systems, and monitoring and evaluating public programs. The Cadre Controlling of the IES is located in the Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs).

Registration: Closed

Language: English

For More Information: Contact clearsateam@clearsouthasia.org

 

 

Event Information
Delhi, India