We are enthused to inform you that the next issue of Parishodhan-Global Research Journal (PRINT) (ISSN 2278-1536) Vol 3. No 2. will be published in the month of December, 2014.

There is no particular theme for the forthcoming issue. We accept any research paper related to your field of study or research area for the publication in this international quarterly academic research journal.

The papers need to be original and between 5 and 8 pages only (Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.5 space).

The last date for the submission of papers is Dec 25, 2014.

Chief Editor-

Parishodhan, Global Research Journal

Dr. Kankata Rajaram                  Dr.Chalamalla Venkateshwarlu

Chief Editor                                   Executive Editor

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The Indian Journal of Social Sciences Research (IJSSR) &Hyderabad Institute of Social Sciences(HISS)- Official wings of

Centre for Community Development Initiatives(CCDI) HYDERABAD

email: ijssr.hiss@gmail.com

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Textual Workshop on Tarkasangraha of Annambhatta
(January 19th – 31st, 2015)

Applications are invited from Teachers and Scholars for participating in a 12 days Textual Workshop on Tarkasangraha of Annambhatta to be conducted at the Academic Centre of ICPR, Lucknow from 19th – 31st, January 2015, under the course directorship of Professor V.N.Jha.
Tarkasangraha of Annambhatta is the fundamental Text of the classical Indian intellectual, analytical and philosophical traditions. On one hand it presents linguistic modeling of the Universe and on the other hand it imparts training in cognitive analysis, research methodology, logic and epistemology. Although, it is an introductory manual to introduce an inquisitive reader into the utter realism of the Nyaya-Vaisheshika System of Indian Philosophy, it provides thorough training in the analysis of human thought through analyzing natural language. It prepares a scholar to participate into any philosophical system. For this reason, in India Tarkasangraha is taught as a compulsory text for any discipline of Indian philosophical systems. It enjoyed such popularity that it has a large number of commentaries on it and newer and newer commentaries are being written on it even today.
The basic philosophical assumption of the text is this that the world of our experience is real, it can be known and it can be expressed through language. What language refers to is real. It is not the case, the text believes, that the Reality is beyond language and mind as advocated by the Indian Idealists. The text is written in a very simple but profound style. All relevant concepts have been remarkably analyzed and defined. It also provides training in Navya-Nyaya language and methodology.
Selected participants shall be reimbursed 3rd AC Rail fare through shortest route from their stay/Institute and ICPR shall take care of local hospitality during the workshop. Interested teachers and scholars may send their applications through proper channel as scanned copy by email (followed by hard copy via post) up to 5th of January 2015 to the Programme Officer, Academic Centre, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, 3/9 Vipul Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow 226 010 or icprlkw@gmail.com or centre@icpr.in .


Dear Friend/Colleague

PG Govt College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh is the first college affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh which offers Human Rights & Duties as an Elective Subject at Undergraduate level. You will be pleased to know that The Department in collaboration with the Department of Sociology of PG GCG 11, Chandigarh is holding a One Day National Seminar funded by College Development Council, Panjab University, Chandigarh on 5th February, 2015. The theme of the seminar is

Human Rights of Marginalized Groups: Understanding & Rethinking Strategies

You are requested to kindly contribute a paper of the themes

The major areas of discussion will be based on following four main themes:
a) Challenges & experiences of teaching human rights and gender issues of marginalized groups at university, college and school level
b) Researching human rights issues of the marginalized groups viz. women, minorities, SC/STs and differentially-abled persons
c) Changing connotations of Advocating and practicing human rights for the marginalized groups by the CiviI society
d) Role of law and order authority and government human rights institutions in dealing with human rights issues of marginalized groups.

The abstract of the paper should be sent latest by 15th January 2015 and the full paper may be sent by 25th of January, 2015. The abstract should be sent at
sociogcg11@gmail.com Conference Registration fee: Rs 300/-

For further details and clarifications, please contact

Head, PG Deptt of Sociology

Organizing Secretary
Head, Department of Human Rights and Duties
& Assistant Professor, PG Deptt of Sociology,
PG Govt College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh
manojchandigarh@yahoo.co.in 9814704490

Organizing Committee
Associate Professor, ,PG Deptt of Sociology

Assistant Professor , PG Deptt of Sociology,
PG Govt College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh
sukhwantsidhuchd@yahoo.co.in 9872303827

Ms Isha 9780196253 ishajain.989gmail.com
Ms Divya Pandit 9872183061 panditdivya.86@gmail.com

National Seminar on Education for Enhancing Ethics & Excellence (NSEEEE-2015)

1- Online Registration Click Here
2- Download e-brochure Click Here
3- Download Abstract Format Click Here

Link for further details:



Globalization, Environment, Education and Culture: India and Canada

(Download Brochure)

Concept Note: Thematic Introduction Globalization being a process of integration and transformation of economies, political systems and societal change has affected environment, education and culture and has made the world interdependent.

Canada is one of the most globally integrated countries in the world, with a highly advanced system of communication and information technology, a government that is active in international organisations, an economy that is dependent on trade, a population that travels abroad frequently, and a society composed of individuals from
a myriad of cultural backgrounds.

India too has been swayed by the whirlwind of relentless and disruptive change brought by globalisation that has left a trail of economic, social, cultural and environmental problems in its wake which has forced businesses, educational institutions, cultural spaces to re-think and change their traditional policies and practices.

Mainly focussing on environment, education and culture, the Conference will discuss the following issues (though not limited) with reference to globalisation in Canada
and India.

  • Globalisation and alienation of individuals
  • Education and Innovation in knowledge society
  • Global Learning
  • Globalism and Capital Interests
  • Literature, literary creation and author in global societies
  • Canadian Studies in the global village
  • National security and terrorism
  • Environmental issues and globalisation
  • Green technologies
  • Privatization of Education for global competition
  • International migrations of populations
  • Indian Diaspora: its literature and culture
  • global initiatives have affected the roles of universities in the economy,
  • community colleges, decentralization, and the curricula
  • Globalisation and heath care
  • Diaspora economics and politics
  • Global citizen in Canadian/Indian literatures
  • Multilingualism, multiculturalism and global identity
  • Religion in the global village
  • Local, Glocal and Global identities

Organizational Details:

The three day Conference will be divided into four sections viz. Globalization, Environment, Education and Culture. Each session will have a lead paper (thirty
minutes) followed by others (fifteen minutes each).

Participation Criteria:

The Conference is open to teachers, research scholars and all those interested in serious academics. Presentation of papers is an essential pre-requisite for
participation. All papers and abstracts will be placed before a screening committee. Selected papers are likely to be published. Owing to the paucity of funds the
participants are expected to fund their own travel.

Registration Fee:

Participants are expected to register themselves and pay the registration fees in advance as per the following details, by sending a crossed demand draft drawn on the
State Bank of India, Allahabad University, Allahabad branch (Branch code 1621, IFSC Code SBIN0001621) in favour of “The Convener, International Conference – Canadian Studies”, which will take care of their lodging and board during the  Conference.

  • Outstation Participants: Rs 3500/- (with modest accommodation on sharing basis)
  • Foreign delegates: US $ 150/- (with modest accommodation on sharing basis)
  • Local participants: Rs 2000/- (without accommodation)
  • Local Research Scholars: Rs 1550/-

Lodging will be provided on a shared basis. Those who wish to stay in the hotels should contact the hotels directly. A list of the hotels (various range) may be made
available on request as a help. A photocopy of the Registration Form is acceptable and the last date for Registration is November 30, 2014. Early confirmation about
participation / arrival is requested. The registration fee is not refundable. The registration fee from the outstation participant will take care of board and lodging
from the morning of the 5th to evening of the 7th. The conference will begin at about 9 am on the 5 th and come to an end on the 7th with evening tea. All participants are expected to stay until the end of the conference on the 7th.



ICSSR sponsored National Seminar on ‘Review of Right to Education (RTE) Act-2009: Access and Quality’ is being organized by Budha College of Education, Karnal, Haryana, during February 14-15, 2015. The Right to Education (RTE) Act-2009 has finally become a reality, and guarantees every Indian child the most basic fundamental right…the Right to Education. The Act, with its latest amendment, became operational on April 01, 2010, and it guarantees every child, in the 6-14 age group, both free and compulsory education. The Right to Education Act (RTE) does not do enough justice to enable marginal improvements in quality and foster creative solutions within the larger educational system. It seems to be an unassailable fact that the RTE Act appears, on paper at least, to be an ideal solution to the problems of education in India. Passing a bill is an easy thing to do. What seems to be the key in ensuring this Act successful, is to make parents, particularly in rural areas, aware of the benefits of education, and to encourage them to send their children to schools. Like many attempted social changes in India, this too has to be started at the community levels. The Act wants to bring a widespread change of the age-old mindset, and make the people at the helm of affairs accountable.

However, the HRD Ministry is planning to review the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Right to Education Act. Therefore, the theme of the Seminar has a great relevance, and the brainstorming during the deliberations, will definitely come out with a lot of meaningful suggestions to achieve the aim of “Right to Quality Education for All.”

Objectives of the Seminar

To share the views, ideas and practices of teachers, planners and non-government organizations at state and national levels on issues/challenges of the implementation of RTE Act 2009;
To deliberate on issues and concerns related to equity, inclusion, teacher preparation, advocacy, use of ICT and community participation on RTE Act 2009;
To document the innovations, issues based upon deliberations on RTE Act 2009.

Sub-themes of the Seminar

RTE Act 2009; Critical Gaps and Challenges
Creating School Environment free from Trauma, Fear and Anxiety
Preparing Children for Age appropriate Classes
Reaching the Unreached: Elementary Education of Differently Abled and Economically Weaker Sections
Teacher Education and Quality of Teaching
Role of Parents, Community and NGOs
Assessment for Development and Learning
Management, Monitoring and Supervision

Interested scholars of various streams may submit their papers through email: budhaseminar@gmail.com , budhacollegeofeducation@gmail.com. Further details please visit: http://www.budhacollege.org or contact: Dr Asit Kumar Mantry, Convener, Mob.9050005168, 9992174192, Landline: 0184-2389999.

Link : http://newsphilosophy.wordpress.com/2014/12/05/icssr-sponsored-national-seminar-on-review-of-right-to-education-rte-act-2009-access-and-quality



Call for Papers-Book on Human Rights-


Human Rights issues have come to be recognized as international issues. Man not only has a right to live but has a right to live with dignity. Promotion and Protection of Human Rights are essential for the peace, development, prosperity of the society. The questions of equality, equity, and equal opportunities are also important issues. The selection of Kailash Satyarthi and Malala for the Nobel Peace Prize has once again highlighted the importance of Human Rights in modern society.

In this backdrop, the Hyderabad Institute of Social Sciences (HISS) Publications plans to bring out a special book with ISBN. We invite the interested authors to contribute articles/chapters for the edited book.

The suggested themes include:

-Human Rights evolution, history, concept, theories, declarations, covenants etc.,

-Human Rights and Politics, Human Rights and Public Administration

-Human Rights and economical, social, cultural, minority issues

-Human Rights and Media, Social Media etc.,

-Human Rights and Commerce and Business Management.

-Human Rights and Dalits, Adivasi, OBC, Minorities, Women and Child rights

-Human Rights and Law, protection and promotion mechanism. Human Rights


-Human Rights and LGBT rights, Human Rights and Physically Challenged.

-Human Rights, Civil Rights, Political Rights, Cultural rights and Economic rights

-Civil Society, NGOs and Human Rights and Human Rights Activists and Human Rights Watch.

Those interested can write on any other topic related to the Human Rights in national, international and local perspectives.

The book is being brought out purely on the participative method of publication and authors need to contribute Rs 2,500 per article.

Guidelines: Articles/Chapters need to be between 5 to 8 pages, 12 pt, Times New Roman font, 1.5 line space. All the footnotes and references need to be given at the end only.

Last date for the submission of full paper is December 31st, 2014.

The articles/papers/chapters need to be sent to the hisshyderabad@gmail.com

For further queries write to hisshyderabad@gmail.com



   Website:  https://sites.google.com/site/hisshyderabad/



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