CSCS provides affiliation to Indian and international researchers for varying periods of time. In addition CSCS also invites academics to interact with faculty and students and to present their work at the Centre.
The CSCS Fellowships Programme began in 2002 to make its substantial library and faculty resources available to a range of researchers outside the institution.
Current State: Published
Position Available: Programme Administrator, Promoting Pluralism Knowledge Programme Announced on 10 January 2010
About Promoting Pluralism Knowledge Programme:
The Promoting Pluralism Knowledge Programme is a multi-country consortia academic-practitioner collaboration programme with a view to map and generate knowledge that will enhance the understanding of ‘pluralism’ in all its broadness vis-a-vis changing notions of identity, social prejudice and intolerance of faiths other than one's own. The programme works towards developing deeper understanding and innovative strategies, including strategies for grassroots level social action/intervention, with a view to increase spaces for cultural pluralism and social diversity in practice.
The programme is supported by Hivos, Netherlands and the main academic partners are the Kosmopolis Institute at the University for Humanistics, the Netherlands, Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, India, Centre for Religious and Cross cultural studies at the Gadjamada University, Indonesia, and the Cross Cultural Foundation, Uganda.
The Programme Administrator will be responsible for the overall coordination of all the activities of the programme and will be directly answerable to the Lead Researcher. The nature of tasks includes:
Responsibility for regular commutation with all the actors of the programme
Coordination of the research and dissemination activities of the India programme in accordance with Lead Researcher’s guidance
Responsibility for the coordination and management of the India programme website content
Will be responsible for organising the events, workshops etc, and minuting of these meetings of the programme
Deal with basic financial matters such as tabulation of statement etc.
The person should preferably hold a Post-Graduate degree in any discipline (preferably in social sciences) with excellent skills in communication in English and has working knowledge of computers, especially word processing, spreadsheet and internet skills. Skills of basic accounting will be an added advantage.
The salary will depend upon the qualifications and experience and will approximately be between Rs. 25, 000 to 30,000 per month.
Applications must reach the following address on or before 10 February 2010