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LEARNING OUTCOMES

Understanding the genesis of sustainability.

Cornerstone of social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Interpreting energy and its alternative sources.

Principles of CSR and its significance.

Familiarity with ESG.

Fundamental knowledge of sustainable finance and green economy.

Why Sustainability Readiness Programme (SRP) ?

Sustainability is evolving as an integral part of the organizations. SRP is designed to enable individuals and organization's to get aligned with policies and practices of sustainability. In addition, key stakeholders of the organization are expressing the desire to have sustainability integrated into most of the functions of the organization.

SRP HAS 6 COURSES

Essentials of Sustainability

How did the term ‘sustainability’ come about? In this Nano course, we take a look at historical sustainable practices as well as the modern approach to sustainability. This includes the evolution of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the pillars of sustainability, and how it fits into our modern world.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the genesis of sustainability

To know origins of Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals

To comprehend the fundamental principles of sustainable development
To know ancient practices of sustainable living

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Renewable Energy

We have heard so much about renewable energy over the last few decades. In this nano course, we will cover multiple types of renewable energy, including popular ones such as solar, hydropower, wind, and bioenergy as well asl newer forms such as tidal energy and ocean thermal energy. We will also look at how we can make these forms of renewable energy more mainstream.

Learning Outcomes

To provide an overview of energy sector

To understand various sources of generating energy

To know fundamental science behind fossil fuel and renewable energy generation

To comprehend the futuristic technology in energy sector

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Sustainable Finance

Sustainable financing is all about balancing profits and the wellbeing of the world. In this nano course, let us take a look at how this concept came about and how banks can use green finance to empower sustainability-led organisations.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the fundamental concepts in sustainable finance

To know the evolution of sustainable finance concept

To comprehend basics of ESG

To understand nuances and Green and Social Finance

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is all about giving back to the community, and can be equally beneficial for corporates, if done proactively rather than reactively. Go through this nano course to understand this using a case study involving a popular beverage brand.

Learning Outcomes

To understand CSR from historical perspective

To know CSR assessments and reporting

To understand the impact of CSR activity

To understand significance of CSR in Indian context

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation is not a term purely related to products. Any new idea that acts as a disruptor to previously established norms is also a form of innovation, such as social innovation and frugal innovation. In this nano course, we look at how innovation can be used to drive social change.

Learning Outcomes

To understand fundamentals of innovation

To know basic concepts of business and disruptive innovation

To comprehend social innovation and entrepreneurship

To understand nature and characteristics of entrepreneur

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

SMEs - The Benefits of Sustainability

Taking on the challenge of sustainable innovation could provide a huge opportunity to SMEs, who could use a first-mover advantage to leverage up to $ 12 trillion in business savings. In this nano course, let us take a look at four key sectors where such innovation can happen – healthcare, infrastructure, energy, and food & agriculture.

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 1

Essentials of Sustainability

How did the term ‘sustainability’ come about? In this Nano course, we take a look at historical sustainable practices as well as the modern approach to sustainability. This includes the evolution of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the pillars of sustainability, and how it fits into our modern world.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the genesis of sustainability

To know origins of Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals

To comprehend the fundamental principles of sustainable development
To know ancient practices of sustainable living

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 2

Renewable Energy

We have heard so much about renewable energy over the last few decades. In this nano course, we will cover multiple types of renewable energy, including popular ones such as solar, hydropower, wind, and bioenergy as well asl newer forms such as tidal energy and ocean thermal energy. We will also look at how we can make these forms of renewable energy more mainstream.

Learning Outcomes

To provide an overview of energy sector

To understand various sources of generating energy

To know fundamental science behind fossil fuel and renewable energy generation

To comprehend the futuristic technology in energy sector

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 3

Sustainable Finance

Sustainable financing is all about balancing profits and the wellbeing of the world. In this nano course, let us take a look at how this concept came about and how banks can use green finance to empower sustainability-led organisations.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the fundamental concepts in sustainable finance

To know the evolution of sustainable finance concept

To comprehend basics of ESG

To understand nuances and Green and Social Finance

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 4

Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is all about giving back to the community, and can be equally beneficial for corporates, if done proactively rather than reactively. Go through this nano course to understand this using a case study involving a popular beverage brand.

Learning Outcomes

To understand CSR from historical perspective

To know CSR assessments and reporting

To understand the impact of CSR activity

To understand significance of CSR in Indian context

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 5

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation is not a term purely related to products. Any new idea that acts as a disruptor to previously established norms is also a form of innovation, such as social innovation and frugal innovation. In this nano course, we look at how innovation can be used to drive social change.

Learning Outcomes

To understand fundamentals of innovation

To know basic concepts of business and disruptive innovation

To comprehend social innovation and entrepreneurship

To understand nature and characteristics of entrepreneur

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme
Course 6

SMEs - The Benefits of Sustainability

Taking on the challenge of sustainable innovation could provide a huge opportunity to SMEs, who could use a first-mover advantage to leverage up to $ 12 trillion in business savings. In this nano course, let us take a look at four key sectors where such innovation can happen – healthcare, infrastructure, energy, and food & agriculture.

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

SRP HAS 6 COURSES

Essentials of Sustainability

How did the term ‘sustainability’ come about? In this Nano course, we take a look at historical sustainable practices as well as the modern approach to sustainability. This includes the evolution of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the pillars of sustainability, and how it fits into our modern world.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the genesis of sustainability

To know origins of Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals

To comprehend the fundamental principles of sustainable development
To know ancient practices of sustainable living

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Renewable Energy

We have heard so much about renewable energy over the last few decades. In this nano course, we will cover multiple types of renewable energy, including popular ones such as solar, hydropower, wind, and bioenergy as well asl newer forms such as tidal energy and ocean thermal energy. We will also look at how we can make these forms of renewable energy more mainstream.

Learning Outcomes

To provide an overview of energy sector

To understand various sources of generating energy

To know fundamental science behind fossil fuel and renewable energy generation

To comprehend the futuristic technology in energy sector

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Sustainable Finance

Sustainable financing is all about balancing profits and the wellbeing of the world. In this nano course, let us take a look at how this concept came about and how banks can use green finance to empower sustainability-led organisations.

Learning Outcomes

To understand the fundamental concepts in sustainable finance

To know the evolution of sustainable finance concept

To comprehend basics of ESG

To understand nuances and Green and Social Finance

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is all about giving back to the community, and can be equally beneficial for corporates, if done proactively rather than reactively. Go through this nano course to understand this using a case study involving a popular beverage brand.

Learning Outcomes

To understand CSR from historical perspective

To know CSR assessments and reporting

To understand the impact of CSR activity

To understand significance of CSR in Indian context

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation is not a term purely related to products. Any new idea that acts as a disruptor to previously established norms is also a form of innovation, such as social innovation and frugal innovation. In this nano course, we look at how innovation can be used to drive social change.

Learning Outcomes

To understand fundamentals of innovation

To know basic concepts of business and disruptive innovation

To comprehend social innovation and entrepreneurship

To understand nature and characteristics of entrepreneur

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

SMEs - The Benefits of Sustainability

Taking on the challenge of sustainable innovation could provide a huge opportunity to SMEs, who could use a first-mover advantage to leverage up to $ 12 trillion in business savings. In this nano course, let us take a look at four key sectors where such innovation can happen – healthcare, infrastructure, energy, and food & agriculture.

Sustainability-Readiness-Programme

OUR FACULTY

Basanna Patagundi

Dr. Basanna Patagundi

Chief Learning Officer

Randhir Mishra

Dr. Randhir Mishra

Chief Strategy Advisor

Prajeeth

Mr. Prajeeth Sitherasenan

Head of Research

Satyadeep Rajan

Mr. Satyadeep Rajan

Chief Executive Officer

Harold Fernandes

Mr. Harold Fernandes

Chief Operating Officer

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