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Institute of Livelihood Research and Training  focuses on livelihood promotion, and not rural development or micro-finance; working with people who lack access to good training due to their inadequate command over English language and not their basic intelligence; guided by practitioners working closely with academicians; Involving a mix of class-room learning and learning on site; at different locations; by an extended faculty group (EFG); in collaboration with multiple institutional.

The School places high values on delivery of high quality. Towards this the School has set up a referral system in addition to an internal review system. It has also developed a rigorous system of faculty selection and makes significant investments in faculty development processes. The School endeavors to ensuring greater involvement of women and to building autonomous, non-hierarchical collaboration with academic institutions, livelihood support agencies and support agencies.

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