161104_25_Human_Capital_Development_in_BRICs-Deepa_Srikantaiah

161104_25_Human_Capital_Development_in_BRICs-Deepa_Srikantaiah

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Course Outline Template_VOct2015 Comparative Human Capital Development in BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) Name of the Faculty Deepa Srikantaiah Area Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management Long duration programmes http://www.iimb.ernet.in/programmes to which this course may be offered PGP, PGPPM, and FPM Credits (No. of hours) 3 Term / Quarter June 2016 Attendance criteria No minimum attendance requirement. Every class attended will get the student 0.25 bonus points Grading & Evaluation Yes / No Financial implications, if any Course objective Yes / No Course outline (attached or not) Yes / No Course Type (regular/ workshop) Regular Session-wise plan Yes / No Additional information o Please attach a brief profile of the guest / adjunct faculty teaching in the programme. o If there are more than one faculty teaching in the programme, please mention the no. of sessions allocated for each faculty.
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Course Outline Template_VOct2015 Learning objectives and goals The course is designed with the following main objectives: Provide students with a detailed understanding of human capital development strategies followed by four countries commonly referred to as BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) with an emphasis on education and science, technology and innovation. Facil itate students’ development of comparing and analyzing macro indices of human capital and innovativeness in economies of BRICs. Enable students to understand government and targeted investments in primary and secondary education, vocational education and training, and higher education, especially in science and technology fields for human capital development in BRICs. Develop skills to analyze how other fast growing developing economies, such as Mexico, Indonesia, and Turkey, are developing their human capital. Course Outline Pre-requisites (if any): No pre-requisites for this course. Course: Comparative Human Capital Development in BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) Course Outline: This course is designed to provide PGP, PGPPM, and FPM students with a detailed understanding of human capital development strategies followed by four countries commonly referred to as BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China). The
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