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Event Schedule


July 16, 2018
9:00 am - 5:30 pm


TERI, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Event Detail

The five day training programme is designed for middle and junior level officials posted in the LA, R&R units in Ministries, state governments, Public Sector Undertakings and corporates, tasked with implementation of The RFCTLARR Act, 2013. It will be equally useful to SIA state Authorities, SIA agencies, NGOs, current and prospective practitioners.

The participants will learn about

  • The legal and operational framework of RFCTLARR Act, 2013 and Rules, 2014.
  • The socio-economic, cultural and ecological systems in which project-affected communities exist, to better understand the likely social costs of projects and ways of mitigating or negating the adverse impacts.
  • The differential and cumulative impacts of land acquisition in near and long term on various population segments including dalits and women and the appropriate measures and strategies for mitigation of adverse impacts.
  • Approaches, practices and measures, from national and global arena, that result in successful R&R outcomes.

Training Methodology

  • Lectures
  • Group discussions
  • Case studies
  • Workshops

Training calendar

Month5 day programme
March 201805th – 09th
April 201802nd – 06th
July 201816th – 20th
September 201810th – 14th
November 201819th – 23rd

Details of training programme

Duration5 days programme
VenueTERI, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Expected intakeAbout 25 participants
Minimum participation20 participants required
Fee StructureRs 30,000/- per participant inclusive of GST
FrequencyFrom July 2018 the programme will be conducted every alternate month.
Last date of registration7 days before the start date of training
Accomodation for outstation participantsTo be arranged by TERI and charged as per actual rates. The cost per participant will be Rs 6000/- per day excluding taxes

Training Content

The training programme will provide insights into the sociological contexts of project affected people and the legislative precepts and procedures enshrined in The RFCTLARR Act, 2013. The participants will also learn about the emerging best practices, safeguard policies of multilateral and bilateral funding agencies, latest approaches and methods of LA, R&R for effective design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of land acquisition-related activities. The course content aims at providing a holistic understanding of the entire field of land acquisition, involuntary displacement and resettlement using the Systems approach.