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Activities of Environmental Economics Course Curriculum Committee (EECCC) 
Terms of Reference and Composition of Sub Committees
Environmental Economics Course Curriculum Committee (EECCC)

Terms of Reference 
  • To review the existing syllabi at bachelorís and masterís levels in India and assess their adequacy in terms of developing the manpower needed for environmental economics capacity building in India,
  • To review environmental economics curriculum in selected foreign universities, 
  • To prepare syllabi at bachelorís and masterís levels, 
  • To prepare text books at bachelorís and masterís levels, 
  • To prepare reading materials on selected themes and India-specific case studies,
  • To design and organise faculty upgradation programme for college and university teachers in this area,
  • To design and organise Ph.D.Scholars Workshop, and
  • To provide detailed cost estimates under different heads.

Composition

  • Dr. U. Sankar, Hony Professor, Madras School of Economics, Chennai Chairman 
  • Dr. M.N. Murty, Professor, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi Member
  • Dr. M.V. Nadkarni, Vice-Chancellor, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga Member
  • Dr. Ramprasad Sengupta, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta Member 
  • One U.G.C. nominee (From Economics Panel) Member
  • One Foreign expert Member 
  • Shri K K Narang, Director, MoEF Member
  • Dr.G.Mythili, Associate Professor,Madras School of Economics Member Secretary

Main functions of the Environmental Economics Course Curriculum Committee (EECCC)

  • To review the existing syllabi at bachelorís and masterís levels in India and assess their adequacy in terms of developing the manpower needed for environmental economics capacity building in India,
  • To review environmental economics curriculum in selected foreign universities,
  • To prepare syllabi at bachelorís and masterís levels,
  • To prepare text books at bachelorís and masterís levels, 
  • To prepare reading materials on selected themes and India-specific case studies,
  • To design and organise Faculty Upgradation Programme (FUP) for college and university teachers in this area,
  • To design and organise Ph.D. Scholars Workshop, and 
  • To provide detailed cost estimates under different heads.

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Post-graduate Level Activities of EECCC

Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) 
Faculty Upgradation Programme 
Febraury 1 to March 12, 1999
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Indira Gandhi Institute Development Research (IGIDR)
Faculty Upgradation Programme 
October 11 to November 5, 1999
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Madras School of Economics (MSE)
Faculty Upgradation Programme 
September 4 to 29, 2000
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Under-graduate Level Activities of EECCC 

Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
Faculty Upgradation Programme
November 1 to 26 , 1999
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Institute of Economic Growth (IEG)
Faculty Upgradation Programme
November 1 to 29, 2000
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Ph.D Workshops conducted by EECCC

Madras School of Economics (MSE)
Ph.D Scholars workshop
November 15 to 17, 1999
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Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research (IGIDR)
Ph.D Scholars workshop
July 13 to 16 , 2000
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