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Celebrating the Maxwell-India Tradition

The US/India partnership is important to both countries. Over the past 60 years, The Maxwell School has continued to develop connections with Indian government, academic, and civil society partners to strengthen this partnership.

Student entrepreneurs seek to reduce waterborne illnesses in India

Technology Wrapped in Tradition Syracuse University student entrepreneurs Nikita Chatterjee and Brianna Howard seek to reduce waterborne illnesses in India through an innovative filtration system that incorporates a customary practice. Read more on Syracuse University News ...
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Active Partnerships with GOI

Active Partnerships with GOI

The Maxwell School continued its active programming with the Institute of Management Bangalore for the Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy and Management and developed programming to support the Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances’ vision to support extraordinary and innovative work by officers of the Central and State ...
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Indian Folk Art at Syracuse University

The exhibit titled “From Gods to Social Justice,” part of Syracuse University’s Ray Smith Symposium, was featured in the Syracuse New Times article “Every Picture Tells A Story: ArtRage show explores heavy issues with painted scrolls from Indian folk artists.” The artwork featured in the exhibit was curated by Susan ...
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Maxwell School Alumni events in India

The Maxwell School recently held alumni events in Bangalore and Delhi, plus traveled throughout India and met with 100 alumni from across the country. Through these visits, the School reconnected with alumni who attended Maxwell between 2004 and 2018, continuing decades-long relationships in India. “What is clear from conversation with ...
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Mitra discusses the state of India’s economy

Devashish Mitra, Gerald B. and Daphna Cramer Professor of Global Affairs, expresses cautious optimism about India’s economic crisis in his article, “India’s economic crisis can bring about much needed reforms,” published in the Economic Times. “The economy’s temporary problems can easily become more permanent unless both long-term and short-term measures ...
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Nuclear South Asia at 20: The Strategic and Societal Impacts of the 1998 Nuclear Tests

The South Asia Center has the pleasure of hosting: Nuclear South Asia at 20: The Strategic and Societal Impacts of the 1998 Nuclear Tests. In May 1998 India tested five nuclear warheads. Within days, Pakistan responded with six tests of its own, to balance the overall number of nuclear tests ...
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Students, Faculty Are on Top of the World

A group of Syracuse University students and faculty are quite literally on the top of the world. The group is currently in Nepal, taking part in the summer program Mount Everest Base Camp: The Human Response to High Altitude, led by South Asia Center faculty member Tom Brutsaert ...
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Sandeep Chakravorty

Sandeep Chakravorty, Consul General of India visits Maxwell

Sandeep Chakravorty, Consul General of India (New York), visited the Maxwell School to discuss India-US relations, specifically the recent evolution in the bi-lateral relationship from "estranged democracies to engaged democracies." The Consul General's full remarks from the lecture on the Consulate's website ...
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Working with the Indian Administrative Service

Working with the Indian Administrative Service

The Maxwell School continues our partnership with Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration to develop and deliver programming for senior Indian Administrative Service officers ability to prepare for the next level in their career advancement. This is a continuation of a partnership that Maxwell established with LBSNAA in 2006 ...
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Government of India students

Government of India students

Maxwell continues to welcome a steady contingent of senior Government of India officials into both our Executive Master of Public Administration and the Certificate of Advanced Study in Public Administration. We welcomed their active participation in our Peer to Peer lecture series ...
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Reforms in the Indian Postal Service

Reforms in the Indian Postal Service

Maxwell partnered with the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) to deliver mid-career training for senior IPoS officers that was coordinated through the Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy. The Indian Postal Service is currently undergoing significant reform efforts. The program focused on strategic management reform efforts tied to improving ...
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LBSNAA and the Indian Administrative Service

The Maxwell School partnered with the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), India’s premier institution dedicated to training officers of the country’s higher civil services with a mission to promote good governance, to deliver mid-career training for senior IAS officers. The executive training program focused on building the ...
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