7th National Seminar on National Integration : Barriers and Remedies (Interdisciplinary)
- Varna System, Casteism and Communalism
- Linguistic Fanaticism and Regionalism
- Gender Discrimination / Marital Laws
- Declining Social Values
- Legal Discrimination / Constitutional Crisis
- Lack of Leadership / Influences of Regional Parties
- Lack of Uniform Development in Provinces
- Economic Inequalities and Dearness
- Social Corruption / Economic Corruption
- Strike / Hartal / Talabandi / Road Close
- Extremism / Terrorism
- Any issue related to central theme
Venue and Date of Seminar:
Institute for Social Development and Research (ISDR), At- Gari Hotwar, P.o.- Hotwar, Ranchi - 835217, Jharkhand.
Location: Near Sheikh Bhikhari Administrative Complex, Khelgaon.
Seminar Date: 04 April to 06 April 2015
Submission of abstract15 March, 2015
Submission of Full Paper30 April, 2015
Last date for Deposit of Reg. Fee25 March, 2015
|Category||Reg. Fee||Spot Reg. Fee|
|Teachers||Rs. 1000/-||Rs. 1300/-|
|Research Scholars||Rs. 900/-||Rs. 1200/-|
|Life Member (Teachers)||Rs. 800/-||Rs. 1100/-|
|Life Member (Research Scholars)||Rs. 700/-||Rs. 1000/-|
|Accommodation||Rs. 700 (One Night Each Person)|
About the Seminar
National Integration is of great significance in a country like India where varied cultures, religions and languages exist. Integration is not achieved in India because of communalism, casteism and linguistic differences. No progress can be made in the field of art, literature, science, technology and economy without integration. India cannot play an effective role in the international arena unless it sets its own house in order. We cannot enjoy peace and security unless there is mutual trust and goodwill among all sections of our people. National Integration is the awareness of a common identity amongst the citizens of a country. It means that though we belong to different castes, religions and regions and speak different languages we recognize the fact that we are all one. There are also great varieties in costume, food habits, and social customs. Geographically our land is diverse and there are amazing differences in climate. Despite all these differences India is a political entity, every part of which is governed under the same Constitution. We have to co-exist with each other peacefully, respect the culture and religion of our fellow Indians. In India we have multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-traditional groups. Our constitution emphasizes the concept of ‘unity in diversity’ and expects every citizen of India to honour the feeling of national and emotional integration. The present seminar is an endeavour to develop a common identity, to create an atmosphere of mutual trust between various castes, sects, religions, regions, genders, ethnic groups and linguistic societies, to nurture the values of independence and democracy and to make India a real superpower. The outcome of three day discussion on various sub themes of this seminar will surely be of great importance in giving a positive direction to the society and go a long way in fulfilling the objectives of national integration.
About Ranchi Town
Ranchi is the capital of the state of Jharkhand, which is situated in the Chotanagpur Plateau of the Eastern Region of the country. The 28th state of the country, ‘Jharkhand’ was established on 15th Nov. 2000, and is known for its Greenery, Tribal Population and its rich mineral resources. The climate of Ranchi is cool and pleasant through out the year. The average temperature of Ranchi is 16.20 celcius and is situated at the height of 661 metres above sea level.
Call for Papers
Papers are invited from teachers of Universities and Colleges, Scientists and Research Scholars for this Seminar. Papers may be presented in English or Hindi. Abstract of paper should be not more than 250 words. Full article should not exceed 3,000 words including figures and tables. Both abstract and full paper should be typed in English (MS Word, Arial font, font size 12) or in Hindi (MS Word, Kruti Dev 010 font, font size 14) on A4 size paper. Abstract and full paper may be mailed or sent in soft copy on Email : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Dr. Usha Kiran, Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy Ranchi University, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
Dr. Uday Narayan Singh, Institute for Social Development & Research Gari Hotwar, Ranchi - 835217 (Jharkhand)
- Dr. A. P. Sahu, Professor, Dept. of Geography, Ranchi University, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Sukalyan Moitra, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Pol. Science, V. B. University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand.
- Dr. S.N. Prajapati, Assoc.Prof., Head, Dept. of Economics, Y.S. College, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Kalindi Kumari, Asst. Prof., Dept. of History, Ranchi College, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Anuja Singh, Asst.Prof.,PG Dept. of Pol.Science, Kamla Roy College, Gopalganj, Bihar.
- Dr. Gita Dey, Principal Incharge, Sri R.K. Mahila College, Giridih, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Pushpa Sinha, Asst. Prof. in History, Head, Sri R.K. Mahila College, Giridih, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Kamla Kumari, Associate Prof. in Economics, K.S. Mahila College, Aurangabad, Bihar.
- Dr. Shahid Hassan, Assoc.Prof. in Psychology, Ranchi University, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Ram Badan Mehta, Head, Dept. of Philosophy, S.S.J.S. Namdhari College, Garhwa, Jharkhand.
- Dr. Ganga Kumar Binha, Sr. Asst. Prof., Dept. of Commerce, V.B. University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand.