Application: Colloquium on Liberalism in India
This two-day residential seminar will explore the concept of central planning through an examination of work by B R Shenoy, using the Socratic Method. CCS will select 20 participants on a competitive basis. Please fill in ALL SECTIONS of the form below carefully (unless marked as an optional question) in as much detail as possible. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

Application Deadline: 25 June 2017
Colloquium Dates: 19-20 August 2017
Registration Fees (Payable on Selection): INR 1000

Eligibility: The Colloquium is open ONLY to alumni of CCS programs (ipolicy, LSS, ISPP, credit courses in public policy, Researching Reality Internship) who are recent college graduates or working professionals. Candidates must also fulfill AT LEAST ONE of the following criteria:

1. Have their own organization or initiative in the policy space
2. Have helped with CCS work - connecting us to relevant people or organisations, or serving as faculty for our programs
3. Currently working in a field that will allow them to further liberal ideas with multiplier effect (eg: media, academia, policy, law)
4. Currently pursuing or planning to pursue higher studies in a relevant field, are applying or part of a relevant fellowship
5. Have written on issues/liberal ideas, on their own or for our blog, www.SpontaneousOrder.in
6. Have contributed significantly and directly to CCS work in advocacy and research

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Describe your activities in politics and civil society within the last TWO years. Please give details including dates, position held, and main tasks undertaken. *
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Describe briefly how you have engaged with CCS in the time since your graduation from the program. (300 words) *
Pick from the list below and please elaborate: 1. Have their own organization or initiative in the policy space 2. Have helped with CCS work - connecting us to relevant people or organisations, or serving as faculty for our programs 3. Currently working in a field that will allow them to further liberal ideas with multiplier effect (eg: media, academia, policy, law) 4. Currently pursuing or planning to pursue higher studies in a relevant field, are applying or part of a relevant fellowship 5. Have written on issues/liberal ideas, on their own or for our blog, www.SpontaneousOrder.in 6. Have contributed significantly and directly to CCS work in advocacy and research.
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Please give name and email address of an individual from the CCS Network who could provide a reference for you. *
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I hereby declare that the information I have provided is accurate. I confirm that if selected, I will be able to attend the entire course and that a registration fees of INR 1000 is payable if I am selected for this program. *
Participants will be required to at the venue for a welcome dinner on 18 August. The program will be on 19-20 August.
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