Technical trainings at RMP
RMP also specialises in certain technical trainings like training political workers in the ideology of their political party (e.g Hindutva), in public speaking & personality development, in programme management and writing project proposals by NGOs, Disaster management & digital skills
Hindutva Adhyayan ( Certificate Course in Hindutva )
RMP conducts public education programmes as well as for the wider general audience, at fairly regular intervals.
The importance of sound Ideological ground to anchor a party’s politics can’t be emphasised enough. A powerful ideological force that organically expresses the cultural identity & aspirations of Indians is Hindutva. It was coined & conceptualised by Vir Savarkar in the early 20th century, it has progressively risen to prominence in the recent decades.
Understanding & conducting politics, either as a supporter or a detractor/critic, without understanding the contours of this robust & vibrant ideology is simply not possible.
Wholesome nationalistic politics, be it cultural or constitutional, can ill-afford to sidestep Hindutva. But sadly many misconceptions & misunderstandings about Hindutva have proliferated over the years, both through commission & omission.
In this light, RMP has grasped a pressing need for public enlightenment/awakening as well as for propagating authentic ideas & various aspects encapsulated under Hindutva. This training helps to get rid of the many layers of misinformation and reveal this consummate, holistic ideology through an thoroughly enriching intellectual journey
RMP has been a pioneer in conducting a regular certificate course in Hindutva including a written exam.
Aspects covered under this course are :
- Origin of nationalism & journey so far
- Nationalistic thinkers (Rousseau to Kemal )
- Communist Party of India, pre-independence & post-independence position
- Hindutva & Nationalism
- Evolution of nationalism in the Indian subcontinent
- Role & position of the Sangh in relation to Hindutva & nationalism
- Religious minority communities pre & post-independence
- Hindutva in the popular consciousness and public life
- Challenges confronting nationalism