CPPR 6th Quarterly Lecture by Dr Sandeep Shasthri

Centre for Public Policy Research

6th Quarterly Lecture

March 29 2014

 

“Emerging Electoral Landscape- Analysis of Indian Democracy” 

By,

Dr Sandeep Shastri

Pro Vice Chancellor, Jain University, Political Scientist

 

 “The new centre of Indian politics is not the Centre, but the states” argues Dr. Sandeep Shastri.  In the context when election fever has once again gripped India, it is appropriate to look into the political scenario of the world’s largest democracy. An overview of general elections 2014 and the emerging trends in Indian politics in comparison with the democratic ideology is analyzed here. How far are we on the way of our democratization? And how politicized and concerned the Indian voters are now?

 

CPPR - 6th Quarterly Lecture

Dr Sandeep Shastri

Dr Sandeep Shastri is a Political Scientist who is the Pro Vice Chancellor of the Jain University and Director of its Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Education (CERSSE). He is also the National Coordinator of the Lokniti network. His research is largely in the field of Election Studies, Federalism, Innovation in Teaching and Survey based research. He has to his credit 10 Books, more than 40 articles in Edited Books & over 60 articles in refereed Research Journals, besides more than 200 articles in Op Ed pages of newspapers. Dr Sandeep Shastri has been an International Consultant associated with the Forum of Federations for its Federal Democracy Capacity Building Programme in the Sudan, South Sudan and Myanmar. He is on the Executive Committee of two important Research Committees of the International Political Science Association connected to the study of Electoral Systems and Governance.

 

Venue: BTH (Bharat Hotel), Gandhi Square, Durbar Hall Road, Cochin

29th March, 2014

4:00 – 6:00 pm

 

 

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