EDS387 Stat og sivilt samfunn i utvikling og miljøforvaltning i India
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Emneansvarlige: Darley Jose Kjosavik
Ansvarlig fakultet: Fakultet for landskap og samfunn
Undervises på språk: EN
Begrensning antall plasser:
Minimum 6 studenter
Undervises i periode:
Emnet starter i augustblokka. Emnet har undervisning/vurdering i augustblokka, høstparallellen, .
Første gang: Studieår 2010-2011
Fortrinnsrett: M-DS, M-IES, M-IR, M-Agroecology
The course consists of topics relevant to development and environmental governance in India: Introduction to Indian society and culture Political organisation and governance systems, Public policies and governance, Desert ecology and livelihoods, decentralised governance and the Kerala model of development, climate change and environmental challenges in a below sea level ecosystem, The course will be conducted in two different locations - in Rajasthan, Northwest India and in Kerala, Southwest India. The course includes lectures and discussions, field visits,meetings with relevant actors/stakeholders, reflections and write-ups by students. The course includes, report writing and presentation by students.
The course is aimed at providing overall understanding of development and enviromental issues in India. The candidates will get advanced knowledge of the interconnected nature of environment and development issues.
The candidates will develop knowledge and skills to work with rural and urban issues in development and environmental governance, advanced understanding of the synergy between state and civil society organisations in India in implementing development and environmental policies and programmes, developing skills in field work in a developing country context.
The candidates will be able to understand field issues, and communicate it to both researchers and civil society in general.
Lectures,discussions, field visits, seminars, field work in rural and/or urban environments in Rajasthan and Kerala, India, report preparation under the supervision of mentors.
Daglig kontakt mellom faglærere og studenter.
The literature includes the following: (Supplementary literature may be handed out by relevant teachers when necessary. Students are actively encouraged to search for relevant literature while in India)
Masternivå innen Miljø- og utviklingsstudier, internasjonale relasjoner, eller agroøkologi.
EDS 312: Research Methods; EDS 305: Development Theory and Policy
1. 80% attendance in the lectures, seminars and field visits 2. Group work including literature/data collection and anaysis, report writing and presentation.
Individual Report submitted based on group work, and group presentation - 100% (A-F).
The Field Report submitted by the students will be evaluated jointly by the course leader from Noragric and the coordinator from IDS Jaipur.
The course is a cooperation between NMBU, IDSJ, CDS and CERC/ATREE and is offered at the Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur, CDS, Thiruvananthapuram and CERC/ATREE, Alappuzha from mid-August to mid-September (approximately 4 weeks), with one week in Norway for course preparation.
Students apply for the course to the department in February.
Relevant bachelorgrad eller tilsvarende.
The course will consist of approx. 50 hours of lectures, 80 hours of field visits, 50 hours of reflections and writing field reports,100 hours of literature/data collection-analysis-writing Research report and approx.150 hours of selfstudy.
Eksamensdetaljer: Langsgående vurdering: A - E / Ikke bestått