Certificate Course in NGO Management and Administration”
About the NGO Certificate course
The Modern Law College has started the NGO certificate course with the association Poona college of science, Art, Commerce.The NGO certificate course was initiated by Modern Law College to disrupt the capitalist mindset created across industries and shift the focus to more pressing issues surrounding us.
Aim of the NGO Certificate course
This course aims to impart a philanthropic mindset to young and budding professionals and encourages them to actively participate in social welfare and contribute towards being responsible members of the society
Outcome of the NGO Certificate course
The outcome that this course aims to achieve is to educate individuals about Non Profit Organizations from a legal as well a management perspective. So that students will be having basic knowledge about NGO as well as students will be interested in working with the NGOs
At the end of this unique course you will be driven and determined to work and contribute more proactively in the field of social work, philanthropy, social welfare and volunteership.
|Unit 1||Foundation Of Management And NGO’s UnderstandingNGO’s: Meaning, Definition, Concepts, Types, FunctionsManagement: Meaning, Definition, Concepts, Objectives and Functions-, Approaches and Models – Vision, Mission and Goals in NGOs – Role of NGO’s in Community Development||04|
|Unit 2||Legal Frame Work For Establishing NGO’sLegal – rational structure of Non-profits: Trusts and Societies with Special reference to Trust and Society Registration Acts- Foreign contributions and Regulation Act (FCRA) Establishment and formation of NGO Statutory Obligations- Income Tax Exemption (80-G, 12-A, & 35AC) Rules and Regulation||06|
|Unit 3||Results-Based Management (RBM) and Project Cycle Management (PCM):Introduction and concept of Results-Based Management, Results-Based Management and project planning, The project cycle and Project Cycle Management, Logical Framework analysis. ||04|
|Unit 4||Designing and Planning a Project: |
Projects: Concept, Meaning, Definition and Types, Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Developing Grant ProposalsProjects Implementation and Management: Project Planning Matrix – Project Cycle Management – Identification and Formulation of Details Projects Report (DPP) with reference to Action AID and Save the Children- Monitoring and Evaluation (PERT and CPM) – Rural Appraisal (PRA): Tools and Techniques, Identifying and analyzing problems WOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Challenges) Analysis.
|Practical Approaches in Designing Research Projects and CSR||02|
|Unit 5||Communication, Leadership Development and Human Resource Management and CSR Activities: Communication: Principles of good communication, Successful negotiations; Leadership Development: Building and leading a team, Conflict resolution; Human Resource Management: Human resources policy, staffing and salaries, Staff development. Resource Mobilization: Methods and Techniques of Fund Raising – International, National and Local Levels.Concentration areas of CSR – Role of social workers in CSR- National and International CSR activities||06|
|Unit 6||NGO Governance: Linking experience to Best Practice: Governance: Concepts, challenges, perspectives and ethical concerns;Introduction to the Non-profit Sector, Non-profit Organisations, Non-profit Leadership and GovernanceThe roles and responsibilities of Non- profit Boards of Directors within the Governance Process-Good Governance standard codes and accountability; International Organisations, National and Regional organisations, Entrepreneurship in Non-profitsSchemes for NGOs under various ministries of Government of India. ||06|