ACTIVITIES DURING 2014-15

 

The Northern Regional Centre diversified its range of activities. During the financial year 2014-15, the ICSSR Northern Regional Centre besides providing partial financial assistance to organize seminar/conferences and study grant embarked upon some following new programmes.

 

 The Centre provided partial financial assistance to organize the following seminar/conferences-

 

I.             SEMINARS/CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

 

1.                Gender Issue in India: A Myth or Reality” by Dr. A.K. Tandon, Shree Swami Vivekanad Law College, Panchsheel Nagar, U.P. on 2nd April 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Gender Justice and Indian Criminal Law.

Ø    Sexual Harassment of women in India at work places.

Ø    Domestic violence Act, 2005.

Ø    PNDT Act, 1994: Needs of improvement in the era of globalization.

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.

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2.                Contract Labour in India: Issues  in Law and Public Policy by Dr. Javir Singh, Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on 21st April 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Labour law and policy issues on contract labour.

Ø    Hindrances in Collective bargaining of contract workers.

Ø    ILO & India interface.

Ø    While collar contract workers.

Ø    Perspectives (of government, employers, contractors) on grant of collective bargaining rights to contract workers.

                    Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.


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3.                Globalization in India and its Impact on Economy” by Shri Padam Singh Siddhu, IP Institute of Management & Education, Ghaziabad on 22nd April 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Globalization and Indian Political System.

Ø    Impact of Globalization on Economy of Indian States.

Ø    Liberalization and Privatization strategies.

Ø    Important Reforms major taken up by Indian Government.

       

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.
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4.                Human Rights in India: Dalits Tribals and Minorities by Dr. Sanjay Yadav, Institute for Environmental and Social Affairs, Jaipur, Rajasthan on 22nd April 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Caste and Human Rights: Alternative nations of rights discourse in the context of Dalits and Minorities.

Ø    Tribal and Identify.

Ø    Citizenship, Democracy and Human Rights.

Ø    Philosophical Foundations of Rights of Dalits, Tribal and Minorities.

Ø    Political Economy of Human Rights: Dalits, Tribals and Minorities.

Ø    Democracy, Globalization and Human Rights.

Ø    Social Movements and Rights of marginalized communities.

 

Ø   Violence against the women, Dalits, Tribals and Minorities.

Ø   Tribals: Land resources.

Ø   Legal Regime and Enforcement of Human Rights.

Ø   Religion and Human Rights.

Ø   Democracy and Human Rights in India.

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.

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5.                People, Politics and Media by Dr. Neeraj Khattri, Student Enrichment Hub, School of Media and Communication, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal on  25th -26th April 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Politics and the Media

Ø    The State versus the News Media.

Ø    Role of Media in Conflict.

Ø    New Media and Democracy.

Ø    Governance and the role of the News Media.

Ø    Nationalism and the News Media.

Ø    Media ethics versus Political ethics.

Ø    Cinema.

Ø    Society and politics.

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.

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6.                The New Economic Policies: Challenges and Possibilities of Social Science Knowledge in Contemporary India by Dr. Geeta Goswami, RME Samudai Bal Vikas Society, New Delhi on  29th -30th April 2014.  The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

 

Ø    The idea of modernity and its local dynamics in Contemporary India.

Ø    Changing landscapes of rural and urban India.

Ø    Old, new as well as emergent inequalities and possible and impossible social and cultural mobility.

Ø    Culture, identities and globalization.

Ø    Sociology and Inclusive citizenship.

Ø    Media and Public Sphere.

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.

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7.      Vocational Training Education and Economic Development-The Indian Experience by Dr. Renu, Radha Govind Industrial Training Institute, Ghaziabad, U.P. on 5th -6th May 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    National Education and Training System in India.

Ø    Policy, Funding and Educational Issues.

Ø    Vocational Training in India and its impact on social and economical development.

Ø    Vocational training and its importance for School dropouts in India.

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,25,000/-.

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8.      Climate Change and its Impact on India by  Dr. Radhyshyam, P.G. Bansur Mahavidyalaya, Alwar (Rajasthan)  on 24th May 2014 . The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Climate change and its impact on agriculture.

Ø    Climate change and its impact on social relations.

Ø    Environment Degradation.

Ø    Climate change and its impact on women.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs.70,000/- .
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9.      Bio-Medical Wastes in India: Law Perspective by Dr. Vipin Gupta, Indrprastha Law College, Greater Noida, U.P. on  25th May 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Biomedical Laws prevailing in India and other countries.

Ø    Constitutional scrutiny of Law relating to Biomedical waste.

Ø    Planning and management of Biomedical wastes.

Ø    Waste management in India: Social Responsibility.

 

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.

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10.    Rural Development in India in the Post-Liberalization Period: Issues and Challenges by Dr. Pradip Parida, India Institute of Public Administration, Delhi on April/May 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Rural Development policies after 1991.

Ø    Role of Institutions in Rural Development-PRIs, NGOs.

Ø    Problems of Rural Governance.

Ø    Thematic Issues-Livelihood, Education, Health, Housing poverty, Non-farm employment, farm-non-farm income linkages etc.

          Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,50,000/-.

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11.    Open Source Digital Library Software-GSDL by Mr. D.K. Tripathi, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow (U.P.) on 7th -9th June 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Open Source Software-An introduction.

Ø    Application of Open Source Software in the Libraries.

 

Ø    Digital Library: An Overview.

Ø    Installation, Customization and Management of GSDL Software.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs.100,000/-.
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12.    State and Public Policy in New Global Era by Dr. Ujjwal Kumar, Council for Social Development, New Delhi on 22nd -23rd June 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Theoretical Perspective.

Ø    Debate on State in New Global Era.

Ø    Challenges of Public Policy.

Ø    Debate on Public Policy and Development.

Ø    Globalization and Public Policy.

Ø    Democracy and Decentralization.

Ø    Post Modern State.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 80,000/-.
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13.    Women Literacy in Rural India: Status, Effect and Challenges by Dr. Sanjula Thanvi, Director, Suraj Sansthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan on 13th July 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Effects of Women Literacy.

Ø    Status and Challenges of girls education.

Ø    Literacy helps in fertility and health of child.

Ø    Literacy reduce child marriage.

Ø    Role of NGO in Women Literacy.

Ø    Girls’ education and their enrollment is a big challenge.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs.60,000/-.

 

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14.    Labouring Women: Some Major Concerns at the Current Juncture by Prof. Praveen Jha, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on 31st July-1st August 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Methodological and Conceptual issues.

Ø    Recent Global Trends: Mapping participation/employment/unemployment of women.

Ø    Labour rights and women’s movement.

Ø    Public programmes and Policy Issues.

Ø    Common property resources and women.

Ø    The prospects and challenges of organizing domestic workers.

Ø    Unpaid and care work.

Ø    Home based work and global value chains.

 

          Financial assistance provided Rs.150,000/-.
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15.    Strengthening Participatory and Good Governance by Dr. Sunita Meena, Principal, Aamer Maharaja College, Aamer on 22nd August 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Good governance, features, rules and qualities.

Ø    How to achieve good governance.

Ø    Good governance and civil society in India.

Ø    Good governance and citizen charter.

Ø    Capacity building in good governance.

Ø    Good governance, accountability & transparency.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 40,000/-.

 

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16.           Growth, Green Growth or DeGrowth? New Critical Directions for India’s Sustainability by Dr.  Rajeswari S. Raina, Principal Scientist (Economics), National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies, New Delhi on 12th -13th September 2014.   The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Does the Indian economy need to “grow” further?

Ø    What should be understood by “green growth”?

Ø    What are the alternatives to growth(“green” or not)?

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,20,000/-.

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17.           Socio-Economic impact of Cancer in India by Dr. Heero Hito, Younker Scientific and Social Science Research Foundation, Hapur on 30th September 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes: 

 

Ø    Role of government, health practitioners and general population towards cancer sufferers.

Ø    Socio-Psychological impact of Cancer.

Ø    Role of Youth in prevention of Cancer in India.

Ø    Emotional Claims of sufferer and their expectations from the society.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 40,000/-.

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18.    Third Workshop of the Network of Rural and Agrarian Studies entitled “Studying the Rural” by Dr. Suprava Patnaik, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal on 29th  October-1st  November 2014.  The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    How do we frame the study of the rural?

Ø    Land, water and natural resources.

Ø    Power, caste and mobility.

Ø    Labour, employment and gender relations.

Ø    Agency of the state.

Ø    Round table on Studying the rural : an agenda for action.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.


 

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19.           Management Cases ICMC-2014 by Dr. H. C. Chaturvedi, Director, BIMTECH, Birla Institute, Greater Nodia (U.P.) on 4th -5th December 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Marketing Perspectives

Ø    Corporate Governance and social responsibility

Ø    Financial practices

Ø    HR and OD Interventions

Ø    Strategic Initiatives

Ø    Public Policy

Ø    Supply Chain management

Ø    System and IT applications

Ø    Quality management

Ø    Operations management

Ø    Service operations management

Ø    NGO operations

Ø    Business and Economics

Ø    Knowledge management

Ø    Management trends in emerging markets

Ø    E-Commerce

Ø    Case writing

Ø    Appreciative intelligence

Financial assistance provided Rs. 50,000/-.

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20.    Philosophy, Language and the Political Re-valuating Structuralism by Prof. Franson D. Manjali, Centre for Linguistic, School of Language, literature and Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi on 10th -12th  December 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:   

 

Ø    Coninental Philosophy.

Ø    Foucault & Derrida

Ø    Political studies.

Ø    Language studies.

Ø    Cultural studies.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.

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21.    Beyond Likeness: Portraiture, its many manifestations and possibilities organized by Dr. G. Arunima, Associate Professor, Centre for Women’s Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on 27th  -29th  January 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes: 

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 70,000/-.

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22.    The Role of the Public Intellectual by Ms. Uma Iyengar, Secretary, The Book Review Literary Trust, New Delhi on 2nd -7th February 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:  

 

Ø    Rational thought from the perspective of :

Ø    Philosophy,

Ø    History,

Ø    Sociology,

Ø    Journalism and

Political Science.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.

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23.    Challenges to Human Security in Rural India by  Dr. Ram Prakash Gujar, Department of Geography, LBS P.G. College, Kotputli, Jaipur on 19th February 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:  

 

Ø   Human Security: Issues and Dimensions.

Ø   Socio-Economics Challenges to Human Security in Rural India.

Ø   Natural Challenges to Human Security in Rural India.

Ø   Government Politices and Human Security in Rural India.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 90,000/-.

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24.           Gender Society and Culture: Issues from the North India Context by Dr. Indu Agnihotri, Director, Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi on 12th March 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    History, social life and Contemporary context.

Ø    Issues from the region.

Ø    Culture, Media and Social Change.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.

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25.            प्रजातान्त्रिक व्यवस्था और सुशासन का भारतीय सन्दर्भ: चुनौतियाँ एवं सम्भावनाएँ by Dr. Ashish Bhatt, Associate Professor, MPISSR, Ujjain on 14th -15th March 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.
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26.            Framing a Region: New Perspectives on North East India by Prof. G.V. Prasad, Director, Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Advanced Study, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on 25th -27th March 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes: 

 

Ø    Colonialism and knowledge formation.

Ø    State and classification of people.

Ø    Text and textual practices.

Ø    Gender and politics of identity.

Ø    Language, identity and state policy.

Ø    Religion, state and society.

Ø    Trans-spatiality and cultural practices.

Ø    Popular culture and art practices.

Ø    Witting histories.

Ø    New Literature and literary histories.

Ø    Technology, state and people.

Ø    Civil society.

Ø    Electoral politics, developmental schemes and power politics.

Ø    Militarism, violence and cultures of impunity.

Ø    Media, state and people.

Ø    Diary, biography and autobiography as sites of people’s experiences.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.
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II.       Study Grant Proposal

1.                Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Centre for the Law & Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on ‘Contract Labour in India: Law & Public Policy’ to visit  Ruddurpur (Uttarakhand), Danapur(Bihar) and Ahmedabad (Gujarat), (45 days), Rs. 23,863/-.
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III.      Research Project (approved by NRC)

1.      Dr. Sujoy Chakavarty, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,  Rs. 99,975/-.

          Date of commencement:

          Duration of the Project: 6 months

          Final report submitted.
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2.      Dr. Nagendra Kumar, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow, Rs.94,600/-.

          Date of commencement:

          Duration of the Project:
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2.    Dr. Mujibur Raheman Shaikh, Assistant Professor, Dr. K.R. Narayanan Centre for Dalit and Minorities Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi  Ethnic Violence in KandhamalOdisha, (2008-2014) Analysis of its Causes and State Response, Rs. 1,00,000/-. Date of commencement: 30th March 2015.

Duration of the Project: 6 months

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Research Project affiliated to Centre

 

The following ICSSR sponsored projects are affiliated to the Northern Regional Centre:-

 

I.

 

Title of the Project

Ethics and Human Values in Medical Sciences:

A Study of Hospital Systems of All India

Institute of Medical Sciences and Indraprastha

Apollo Hospital in India.

 

Project Director

 Prof. Niru Hazarika, Former Professor of Political

 Science, University of Guwahati

 

Budget

Rs. 15.00 lakhs

 

Duration of Project

24 Months

 

Date of Commencement of the Project

15th January 2015

 

 

II.

 

Title of the Project

Viral Marketing: Examining the Synergies of the

Traditional and Social Media with Special Reference

To the Kolaveri Video

 

Project Director

 Dr. Anjali Singh, Formerly Associate Professor

 Jagannath International Management, New Delhi

 

Budget

Rs. 4.00 lakhs

 

Duration of Project

18 Months

 

Date of Commencement of the Project

15th January 2015

 

III.

 

Title of the Project

Targeted Public Distributions System in Himachal

Pradesh: A Study of Remote and Inaccessible Areas

 

Project Director

 Prof. R.K. Sharma, Professor Emeritus, JNU, New

 Delhi 

 

Budget

Rs. 8,90,100

 

Duration of Project

24 Months

 

Date of Commencement of the Project

15th May 2012

 

 

 

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1V.    SC/ST Programmes

Research Methodology

1.               Research Methodology Course in Social Science under Special Component Plan for SC/ST Ph.D. Students organized by Dr. Pankaj Kumar, Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi on 20th -31st December 2014.  The course revolved around the following:

 

Ø    Conceptual foundation and fundamentals of Social Science Research.

Ø    Innovation in Social Science Research.

Ø    Review of Research: Method and Style.

·                    Identification and conceptualization of a research problems.

·                    Research questions and hypothesis

Ø    Sources OF Data and its method of collections

·                       Secondary data: Census, NSS, CSO, Aerial photograph and Satellite imageries.

·                       Primary data: Observational methods, questionnaire and interviews, sampling methods.

Ø    Qualitative Research.

Ø    Quantitative Research.

Ø    Use of Computer and Internet.

Ø    Foundation of Statistical Tools(SPSS).

Ø    Remote Sensing and GIS.

Ø    Research Reporting.

                   

Financial assistance provided Rs. 4,50,000/-.

 

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Seminar/Conference

 

1.                Access to Higher Education: Overcoming Challenges Faced by Students Belonging to SCs, STs, OBCs and Students with Disabilities by Prof. Manu Mitta, Equal Opportunity Office, JNU, New Delhi on 9th -10th March 2015.  The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes: 

 

Ø    Inter-Institutional Networking & Knowledge sharing.

Ø    Legislative & Policy provisions.

Ø    Advocating a Barrier-free Environment : Attitudinal Barriers.

Ø    Implementation of Rights through Legal Remedies.

Ø    Barrier free Institutions: Bridging the Gap or Creating a Divide?

Ø    Establishing and Strengthening and Equal Opportunity office.

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 75,000/- .
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2.                Dalit Experiences: Literature and Politics  by Dr. Mukul Mangalik, Associate Professor, Dept. of History, Ramjas College, University of Delhi, Delhi on 25th March 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Autobiography

Ø    Politics

Ø    Literature

             

Financial assistance provided Rs. 75,000/- .


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II.       Third  Northern Regional Social Science Congress

ICSSR- Northern Regional Centre, New Delhi, in collaboration with Doon University, Dehradun  organized Third Northern Regional Social Science Congress at Dehradun from 26th -28th February 2015. The Centre received 314 abstracts out of which 111 were short listed for presentation of full length paper. The discussion at the Congress revolved around the following themes:-

 

·                    Caste, Social Structure and Village Communities.

·                    Environment, Climate Change and Natural Disasters.

·                    Political Parties and Electoral Politics.

·                    Citizen Activism and Social Movements.

·                    Social Rights and Public Policy: Education and Health.

·                    Understanding Regional Inequalities.

·                    Gender and Hierarchy.

·                    Law, Justice and Social Conflict.

·                    Media, Politics and Pop-Culture.

·                    Employability, Mobility and Markets

·                    Political Economy of Natural Resource Management.

·                    Local Self Governance.

 

The Centre received 314 abstracts out of which 111 were short listed for presentation of full length paper. However, 62 presentations were made at the Congress.  A session wise summary is enclosed.

 

The inaugrual address on The Distinctiveness of Indian Multiculturalism was delivered by Prof. Gurpreet Mahajan, Centre for Political Studies, JNU, New Delhi.

 

The Congress had two panel discussions:-

 

v   Caste, Social Structure and Village Communities. The panel consisted of Prof. S.S. Jodhka, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Prof. Sudha Pai, Rector, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Prof. K.L. Sharma, Jaipur National University, Jaipur and Prof. Jagpal Singh, IGNOU, New Delhi.

 

v    Natural Disaster on Management : The panel consisted of  Prof. T.S. Papola, ISID, New Delhi, Prof BK Joshi, former VC , Kumaon University, Dehradun, . Prof.  RP Mamgain, Professor, GIDS, Lucknow,  Dr BP Maithani, former Prof NIRD, Hyderabad, Mr RL Sharma, Regional Director, RBI and Raghunandan Toila, Coordinator, Doon University,

Special Lectures at the Congress

Prof. T.S. Papola, ISID, New Delhi delivered a special lecture on The Employment Challenge in India, Prof.  Prof. Shiv Vishvanathan, O.P. Jindal University, Sonipat will deliver a special lecture on Media: A Sociological View and Prof. Martin Gieselmann, South Asia Institute, Heidelberg, Germany on Masters of Disasters? On Leadership and (Natural) Catastrophe in Contemporary Chinese Cinema.  

The valedictory address was delivered by Dr. K.K. Paul, Hon’ble Governor, Uttrakhand.

       Financial assistance provided Rs. 9,00,000/-.


 

 

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  III.       Lecture

1.                Lecture cum Discussion on the later works of Juergen Habermas organized by Prof. Valerian Rodrigues, CPS, SSS, JNU, New Delhi on 9th October 2014. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 55,000/-.

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2.                Social and Educational Status of OBC/Dalit Muslims in Uttar Pradesh by Prof. Surinder Kumar, Director, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow  on 20th  March 2015.  The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Financial assistance provided Rs. 60,200/-.

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1V.    Graduate Seminar

1.                Politics, Policy and Development by  Prof. Shefali Jha, Centre for Political Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University,  New Delhi on 16th  February 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

 

Ø    Conceptual Aspects: Changing Nature of the Political, Policy Narratives and Developmental Paradigms.

Ø    Theoretical Explanations: Questions of Justice, Fairness, Participation and Accountability.

Ø    Empirical Studies on Politics, Policy and Development.

Ø    Politics and Policy Formation.

Ø    Policy Specific Studies: Agriculture, Social Welfare, Citizenship and Gender, Security.

Ø    Redefining Role of State and Civil Society in Politics and Development.

Ø    Comparative Studies for Understanding Linkage between Politics, Policy and Development.

Ø    Role of Socail Movements in Redefining Politics and Policy.

Ø    Other themes which might not fit into the above themes.

  Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/-.

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2.                The Role of Linguistic  in Mother-Tongue Education in a Multilingual Classroom by  Prof. Ayesha Kidwai, Chairperson, Centre for Linguistics, School of Language & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi on 21st -22nd February 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:Financial assistance provided Rs. 75,000/-.


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3.                Human Rights and Globalization: Emerging Trends by Dr. Krishnaswamy Dara, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi on 10th -11th March 2015. The discussion during the seminar revolved around the following themes:

Ø    Globalization and future of Constitutional rights

Ø    Discourse on globalization and sovereignty.

Ø    Feminization of poverty and globalization.

Ø    Development of access to rights.

Ø    Food insecurity and globalization.

Ø    Protection of Human Rights in a globalized world.

Ø    Law policies and globalization

Ø    Globalization, IPR and new economic order.

  Financial assistance provided Rs. 1,00,000/- .

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