Under “Policy Action Workshop” Jindal School of Government & Public Policy started the following projects in Sonipat:
Participation of students in “The Kadam Badao Campaign”. It recognises youth as catalysts of change not only in bringing about attitudinal changes in the mind sets of families and individuals, but in also holding their institutions accountable to their roles in preventing and addressing gender based violence. Jindal School of Government & Public Policy students presented the agenda of “Ending Violence against Women” to political parties before the assembly election to include the same in assembly election.
The Government of India identified 50 circuits for development of tourism in the country, covering a mix of culture, heritage, spiritualism and ecotourism, prominent among which is the Krishna circuit. As part of the Policy Analysis Workshop (PAW) course, the students of Jindal School of Government & Public Policy have undertaken the exercise of preparing a vision plan for Kurukshetra, involving extension field work. This has led to the formulation of a vision for Kurukshetra and analysis of the various challenges facing its potential development.