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Population ageing in India: Insights and the way forward

July, 2014

Between now and 2050, the share of India’s 60+ population is projected to grow from 8 to 19 percent. Several trends underlie this growth, including declining fertility rates, increasing life expectancy, and the progression of relatively large-sized cohorts to the older ages. While the demographic causes of population aging may be known, its underlying roots and socio-economic and health implications are still unfolding and undergoing review.

‘Population ageing in India: Insights and the way forward’ is an opportunity for scholars to discuss recent findings on determinants and consequences of population aging in India. The seminar will also deliberate the findings of recent major studies of ageing in India, including the Survey of Adult Health and Ageing (SAGE) (WHO), the Longitudinal Study of Ageing in India (LASI) (Harvard, IIPS, USC), and Building Knowledge Base on Ageing in India (BKPAI) (UNFPA, ISEC, IEG, and TISS). Stakeholders from the public and private sectors will be in attendance to provide insights and context.

Speakers are invited to present manuscripts and revised papers will be considered for a special issue of The Journal of Social and Economic Development. Papers will be reviewed and assessed by referees in relation to the usual quality standards of the journal.

The seminar will be held in July, 2014 at the Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore and will be jointly coordinated by Professor David E. Bloom, Harvard University and Professor K S James, ISEC, Bangalore.  Those who wish to participate in the conference may please send their request to demography@isec.ac.in.

The Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) was founded by Professor VKRV Rao in 1972. Its primary objective is to provide high quality academic training to Ph D Students to prepare them as distinguished researchers and teachers in the field of social sciences. ISEC is presently affiliated to Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore and Osmania Universities and the National Law School of India University, Bangalore for the award of PhD degree. We have collaborated with Maastricht University, Warsaw University, Centre for Asian Studies (Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea), Bombay University, Central University of Rajasthan and University of Central Asia (Republic of Tajikistan).

2. Location

ISEC is located amidst sylvan landscape of 16-hectare at Nagarabhavi, Bangalore, adjoining campuses of Bangalore University and National Law School of India University. The Institute’s campus is well maintained with sprawling gardens and lawns and also preserves a variety of flora and fauna. ISEC campus is situated 12 Kms away from Central Railway and Central Bus station with very good networks of buses. To find the location of ISEC campus, visit our website: http://www.isec.ac.in/new-route-map.pdf

 3. Organisation

The Institute has ten academic research centres with different disciplines in social sciences. These are: Agricultural Development and Rural Transformation (ADRTC), Centre for Decentralisation and Development (CDD), Centre for Ecological Economics and Natural Resources (CEENR), Centre for Economic Studies and Policy (CESP), Centre for Human Resource Development (CHRD), Centre for Political Institutions, Governance and Development (CPIGD), Centre for Study of Social Change and Development (CSSCD), Population Research Centre (PRC), Centre for Research in Urban Affairs (CRUA), and Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies (CWGS). The faculty members of these centres provide guidance to the Ph D Students for pursuing research in the individual disciplines. The strong point of training at ISEC is its emphasis on inter-disciplinary and socially relevant research.

4. Amenities

(a) Hostels

The Institute has well equipped Hostel for boy and girl Students and an excellent and well furnished Guest House for visiting scholars. Full time Ph D Students are provided hostel accommodation at reasonable rent. Visiting scholars and academicians are provided guest house accommodation.

(b) Library

Dr V K R V Rao Library, which is digitized, is a treasure house of books, documents, reports and journals with more than 1.21 lakh collections. The library subscribes to more than 300 professional foreign and Indian journals. UNDP, World Bank, UN and a number of other international organizations have recognized it as a Depository Library. About 80 journals are accessible online. The housekeeping operations and catalogue is computerized using Libsys integrated library software and the database can be accessed online. One can access a large number of rare documents and have connection with similar libraries across the world.

(c) Computer Lab

The Institute has state-of-the-art computer laboratory with web enabled network of 2 mbps leased line connection for internet browsing and also Wi-Fi connectivity available for the use of PhD Students.

5. PhD Programmes

ISEC offers two categories of Ph D Programme – (a) full time (residential) for students and (b) part-time (non-residential) for serving academicians and interested scholars. The hallmark of our Ph D Programme is its bi-annual seminars and doctoral committees. Doctoral Committee will meet at least twice preceding bi-annual seminars and provides valuable inputs to the PhD Students besides monitoring progress of their thesis work. Every PhD Student is required to make presentation in the bi-annual seminars of the Institute in June and December till submission of thesis.

(a) Full Time (Residential)

Full time residential PhD Foundation Course at ISEC normally takes about four years to complete. During the first 10 months Students are provided rigorous training through a pre-Ph D Foundation coursework followed by the dissertation work which commences in the eleventh month. The doctoral students admitted under this Programme are paid scholarship during the coursework period and fellowship for three years thereafter besides providing hostel facilities up to 5 years. A separate hostel is available for lady students. Candidates are required to pay fees and comply with other requirements of University where they would be registered and pay an annual fee of Rupees one thousand to ISEC.

(b) Part Time (Non-Residential)

This Programme is open for working persons to pursue PhD on a part-time basis. Preference is given to those working in the Universities and Institutions of higher learning and ISEC employees under Faculty Improvement Programme. Eligibility requirements and selection criteria are similar as in the case of the full-time PhD Programme mentioned above except that of age, which is relaxable. Part-time candidates should pass the pre-PhD course work. They are welcome to attend the classes, though attendance is not compulsory. The part-time PhD students do not get any form of financial assistance from ISEC. Candidates are required to pay fees according to University norms and an annual fee of Rupees three thousand to ISEC. The part-time PhD Students must adhere to all the conditions and regulations stipulated by the University/Institute.

6. Doctoral Committee and Bi-annual Seminar

In addition to the PhD Supervisor, every PhD Student will have an advisory Doctoral Committee consisting of faculty across disciplines. Doctoral Committees meet regularly and advise the students at various steps in research. Bi-annual seminar provides an opportunity for research students to make presentations about progress of their PhD work and receive valuable inputs from Panel of experts.

7. Enrollment/Registration

After successful completion of the Pre-PhD Foundation Course, students are required to enroll/register with one of the universities where ISEC has recognition. They are required to comply with all the requirements of the university concerned with regard to enrollment/registration, and thereafter remit periodical fee such as tuition, service, processing, thesis submission etc.

8. Disciplines of Specialisation

The test for admission will be administered only in the disciplines/specializations mentioned here. Eligibility requirements are the same for all candidates. The disciplines or specializations available for taking up entrance test for PhD in the Institute are:

  1. Agricultural Economics or Rural Development
  2. Development Studies
  3. Economics
  4. Education
  5. Environmental Economics/Ecological Economics/Natural Resource Economics
  6. Political Science/International Relations/Public Administration
  7. Population/Demographic Studies
  8. Sociology/Social Anthropology
  9. Urban Studies
  10. Decentralization and Development

9. Eligibility Requirements

The aspirants for ISEC Ph D Programme and research fellowships must satisfy the following requirements:

  1. Master’s degree or equivalent in any of the disciplines (see sub-headings 11 and 13) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate (50% in case of SC/ST applicants);
  2. A pass in UGC-NET or SLET or M Phil is desirable (Please see Item No.13);
  3. Age limit for ICSSR fellowships – below 35 years, 40 years in case of teachers and members of professional staff in Research Institutes.
  4. There is no age limit for ISEC Fellowship, Part-time PhD Programme.

10. Other Discipline-wise Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Candidates applying in Agricultural Economics/Rural Development should have a Master’s Degree in Economics, Statistics, Agricultural Economics or Rural Development.
  2. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Economics should have a Master’s Degree in Economics/Statistics/Econometrics.
  3. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Environmental/Ecological Economics/Natural Resource Economics should have Master’s Degree in Economics or other relevant disciplines including Biological Sciences and engineering.
  4. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Education should have a Master’s Degree in Education preferably with specialization in Economics of Education/Sociology of Education/Educational Planning and Management.
  5. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Political Science/International Relations/Public Administration should have a Master’s Degree in Political Science/International Relations/Public Administration.
  6. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Population/Demographic Studies should have Master’s Degree in Demography/Population Studies or Economics/Statistics/Sociology or Anthropology or Geography, preferably with specialization in Population Studies.
  7. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Sociology/Social Anthropology should have Master’s Degree in Sociology/Anthropology (Social Anthropology).
  8. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Development Studies should have Master’s Degree in any of the Social Sciences, MBA or acceptable Master’s degree by IDS, Mysore.
  9. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Urban Studies should have Master’s Degree in Economics/Sociology/Geography/Public Administration/Urban Planning/Public Policy preferably with specialization in Urban Studies.
  10. <color=”#003300″>Candidates applying in Decentralization and Development should have Master’s Degree in Economics/Political Science/Sociology preferably with specialization in Decentralization and Development.

11. Fellowship

The candidates selected for ICSSR/ISEC fellowship are paid a scholarship of Rs.6,000 p.m. during the PhD Foundation Coursework period besides an annual contingency grant of Rs.12,000. Upon successful completion of PhD Coursework the fellowship is extendable to a further period of three years, fellowship payable during these years would be Rs.16,000/- p.m. and a contingency of Rs. 15,000/- per annum. These Fellowship holders should comply with all the PhD Programme requirements of ICSSR/ISEC, from time to time.

12. Selection Procedure

Preliminary screening of applications is done based on the quality of their research proposal submitted with the application. The short listed candidates will be called for a written test to be held on July 14, 2014. The list of candidates to be called for written test shall be displayed on our website http://www.isec.ac.in on or before 16th June, 2014. Candidates qualifying in the written test will be required to appear for an interview at Centre level on July 15, 2014.

13. How to Apply

The prescribed application form can be downloaded (only on A4 size paper) from the ISEC Website: http://www.isec.ac.in/phd-advt-2014.htm . The duly filled-in application form with all the relevant enclosures should be submitted along with the application fee of Rs.500/- (Rs.150/- in case of SC/STs) in the form of a Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Registrar, ISEC, Bangalore. Candidates who are awaiting their second year PG results may also apply. However, it is mandatory to produce the proof of final PG examination results at the time of the admission test. The Pre-PhD Coursework begins in the first or second week of August 2014.

Prescribed Application Form and Information Brochure (.pdf) 

Completed application with requisite attachments should reach the following address on or before May 16, 2014.

Registrar, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Professor V K R V Rao Road, Nagarabhavi P.O., Bangalore-560 072, (Karnataka)

<color=”#003300″> 14.  Instructions for Filling the Application Form

<color=”#003300″> The candidates should clearly mention the preferred discipline (one of the ten specializations listed in sub-heading 8) in which they are interested to take up Entrance Test (written test) in the application form.

  1. The application form should be duly filled and incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.
  2. Do not use dash (-) or dots (…) If any item in the application is not applicable to you, write as N.A.
  3. Attach only self-attested photocopies of certificates and testimonials to the application.
  4. The completed application form must be accompanied by a typewritten (on A4 Size paper; Font: Tahoma, Size-10, spacing 1.5) research proposal within 8000 words or 15 pages, back to back and unbound. This Proposal will be evaluated critically and used as the yardstick for short-listing candidates for the written test.  The Research Proposal should not bear name of the applicant anywhere. The proposal should be original and shall provide a detailed description of research work that the candidate intends to carry out and, shall include the following:
  • Purpose of the study with scope and significance
  • Statement of problem, review of literature and theoretical underpinning
  • Objectives of the study and the analytical framework.
  • Methodology and the sources of data with sampling techniques, the tools of data collection and analysis.
  • The potential intellectual contribution of your research study to the discipline and its social, economic and developmental relevance.
  1. Selected applicants must be in a position to furnish the Transfer Certificate or migration certificate at the time of joining the Ph D Programme from the Institution attended earlier.

<color=”#003300″> 15. List of Documents to be submitted

The candidate must submit the following documents along with the application form:

  1. Matriculation Certificate (as a proof for date of birth).
  2. Master’s Degree Certificate and Marks Card.
  3. UGC-NET or SLET Certificate/letter (if applicable).
  4. M. Phil Certificate (if applicable).
  5. Research proposal (without applicant’s name or identity anywhere).
  6. Copies of academic publications (if applicable).
  7. Testimonials of work experience (if applicable).
  8. Caste Certificate (applicable to SC/ST applicants only).

16. For more information contact over telephone (080) 23217013

CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS

FROM

DOUBLE BLIND REFERRED & REVIEWED ISSN JOURNALS

ACADEMICIA:

An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal

 

Indexed / Listed at: Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, ProQuest, U.S.A;

Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities, U.S.A.

EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), Google Scholar.

 

ISSN No. 2249-7137

E-mail ID: academicia@saarj.com

 

&

 

South Asian Journal of Marketing &Management Research (SAJMMR)

 

Indexed / Listed at: Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, ProQuest, U.S.A;

Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities, U.S.A.

EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), Google Scholar.

 

ISSN No. 2249-877X

E-mail ID: sajmmr@saarj.com

&

SAARJJournal on Banking &

Insurance Research(SJBIR)

Indexed / Listed at: Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, ProQuest, U.S.A;

                                                  EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), Google Scholar.

 

ISSN No. 2319-1422

E-mail ID: sjbir@saarj.com

 

                               MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION

Research paper prepared in MS word template not exceeding 12-15 single spaced typed pages should be submitted electronically as attachment at E-mail Id of Journals mentioned above. The submitted manuscript must not be previously accepted for publication elsewhere. The Editor relies upon the evaluation reports provided by the reviewers regarding the originality, relevance of the ideas addressed in the article and the possible contribution to the journal while deciding the acceptance of the manuscript for publication.

 

SUBMIT YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS AT:

academicia@saarj.com,

sajmmr@saarj.com,

sjbir@saarj.com.

 

 

       RESEARCH PAPER SUBMISSION DATE: OPEN

 

Kindly Visit Our Web-Site for Submission & Publication Guidelines

 

www.saarj.com

 

 

Dear Professor

Greetings from Chitkara Business School!!

Subject: Invitation to participate in two days workshop on Data Analysis Techniques Using SPSS on 14th and 15th June 2014 at Chitkara Business School.
Please circulate the attached files among your colleagues, faculty and research scholars.
Please circumvent in case of multiple postings.
With Best Regards
Dr Renuka Sharma
Associate Professor(Finance)
Chitkara Business School

 

Download the attachments from here:

RMDA-2014-Brochure

Registration Form-RMDA 2014

 

The ACP India National Conference focuses on non-communicable diseases with update sessions on hypertension, diabetes, gastroenterology & hepatology, hematology & oncology, infectious diseases and cardiology.
- Network with prominent physicians from both the US and India
- Become familiar with updates in Internal Medicine and the sub-specialities with both a national and international perspective
- Understand new uses of telemedicine in caring for patients
- Learn new recommendations to address non-communicable diseases
India:
Dr. Deepak Amarapurkar
Dr. Balram Bhargava
Dr. Hari Hara Dash
Dr. Upendra Kaul
Dr. V. Mohan
Dr. Purvish Parikh
Dr. Samir Parikh
Dr. Sanjay Pujari
Dr. K.S. Reddy
A pre-session focusing on gerontology issues will be held on
4 September 2014 in collaboration with Fortis Hospital, Gurgaon.
For a complete programme logon to www.acponline.in or contact acpindia2014@mci-group.com
About ACP

The American College of Physicians (ACP) is an organization of internists – physician specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. ACP is the largest medical-specialty organization with over 137,000 members worldwide consisting of internists, internal medicine subspecialists, residents, fellows, and medical students.

Conference Secretariat:
ACP India National Conference 2014 C/o MCI Management India Pvt. Ltd. 406, Millennium Plaza, Tower A, Sector 27, Gurgaon – 122002. Haryana. India
Email: acpindia2014@mci-group.com

 

Call for Papers

YOGYATA : International Journal(ISSN: 2348-4225)

Vol: 1, Issue 2, June 2014

( Social Sciences, Humanities, Commerce & Management, Engineering & Technology, Medicine, Sciences, Art & Development Studies, Law)

“YOGYATHA” International Research Journal is an International Journal of Language and Literature, Humanities and Social Sciences intended for Professionals, Teachers and Researchers in all Fields of Humanities. ‘YIRJ’ Publishes Research Articles and reviews within the whole field. Humanities and Social Science, new teaching methods, assessment, validation and the impact of new technologies and it will continue to provide information on the latest trends and developments in this ever – expanding subjects.

The Publications of papers are selected through double peer reviewed to ensure Originality, Relevance and Readability. The Articles Published in our journal can be accessed online.

Format of Submission :

  • Research Paper should be typed in PageMaker in 8 × 6 or in MS Word.
  • For HINDI and SANSKRIT papers, use Kruti Dev 10, Shusha , Anu, Uni Code, Mangal.
  • For ENGLISH papers, use Times New Roman or Arial Font Size : 12 and references should be in APA style.
  • In addition to the Hard copy of the Articles on A4 Size paper, the authors should also send the same only in PDF format through e-mail.
  • Please send your Papers to satyalathapalla@gmail.com.
  • Membership for Publication of One Research Paper is Main Author : Rs.1000/-,Co Author :500/-
  • Last date of Article Submission: 15th, May 2014

The Submissions must comply with the following Instructions:

  • The Title of the Research paper should be appropriate.
  • The Research paper should be Original and Unpublished.
  • The Research paper must contain foot notes, references.
  • Full names of all the Authors must be given.
  • Articles between 3000 – 5000 words including foot notes.
  • Short Notes between 2000 – 3000 words including foot notes.
  • Book Reviews between 1000 – 2000 words only.

Authors must follow the above given instructions prior to the submission. Authors must ensure that, the papers are free from Plagiarism, Grammatical, Spellings and Production errors. Non-compliance of the above guidelines will lead to the rejection of the paper.

Further Contacts:

Dr.D.Satya Latha

Department of Hindi, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh – 530003

Mob:09885910709

 

National Seminar                                                                                                                         

“Democratic Decentralization & Panchayati Raj”

Organized by

The Post Graduate Department of Political Science & Public Administration

Ranchi University, Ranchi

 

THE POST GRADUATE DEPTT.OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

Ranchi University, Morahabadi Campus, Ranchi – 834001, Jharkhand, India

                                 

ABOUT THE RANCHI UNIVERSITY

Having started its journey on the 12th of July, 1960 as a teaching-cum-affiliating university with headquarter at Ranchi, the Ranchi University has travelled decades to reach the present stage when it can boast to have 23 post-graduate departments, 15 constituent colleges, 24 affiliated colleges/institutions, besides Academic Staff College and Adult Continuing education & Extension Department. It has in its rank 1 medical college, 1 law college, 4 technical institutes, 2 institutes of neuro-psychiatry and allied sciences, 3 autonomous colleges and 1 management institute.

Right since its inception Ranchi University has been alive to the ever increasing demands of higher education. Keeping pace with changing times, the University today offers multiple vocational courses. For the less privileged students coming from the scheduled tribes or scheduled castes, special coaching classes are engaged to prepare them for competitive examinations.

Marching ahead Ranchi University has initiated several steps, including a Women Study Centre and an Institute of Basic Sciencestowards the goal of achieving excellence. The University is making a determined effort to use modern technologies (computerization, networking, video-conferencing, web camera etc) for proper co-ordination, better monitoring, easy exchange of information and effective management. Emphasis is being given to promote integrated and inter-disciplinary teaching & research and to ensure increasing use of modern technology with optimal use of human resources and traditional approach.

THE POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION : AT A GLANCE

The Department is as old as the Ranchi University. It is a matter of pride that the Deptt. came into being under the erudite stewardship of one of the pioneers in the realm of Political Science in India, Prof. E. Ashirvadam. Since then, it has trudged miles and added many feathers to its cap. Indian Political Science Association[IPSA] record shows that Prof.R.N.Trivedi, who steered the Department as the Head for the longest span of time, went on to become the President of the prestigiousIPSA at its Jodhpur Conference held in 1976 . Expanding its horizon in terms of teaching and research, it has come to add M.A. in Public Administration[a self-financing programme] from 2008. Moreover, it takes pride in launching full-fledged M.Philprogramme from the forthcoming academic session.

THEME OF THE SEMINAR

Decentralization enhances the democratic voice. Democratic decentralization covers a system of governance in which citizens of any locality possess the right to hold local public officials accountable through various democratic means. In developed and developing countries authority is devolved to local units of governance that are accessible and accountable to its citizens. During last few decades all democracies are moving towards more decentralization but the capability of local government institutions to serve their masses is continuously under question. This issue is more vital in developing countries where service delivery by local government institutions poses numerous challenges in mitigating the problems of vulnerable sections of the society. This problem is less alarming in developed countries due to improved level of public participation.

In all democracies decentralization process faces problems and discontents from its inhabitants. Papers on either national or cross national dimension are invited which focus on issues of local government reforms, democratic decentralization and its implications for public policy.  Identification on the gaps between proposed reforms and actual practices and suggestions for improvement would also form the part of the deliberations of this panel. Has the nature of democracy really changed from representative to participatory or it is merely a change in the form and not in substance of governance is another theme we hope to address.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SEMINAR

  • To identify and analyse the factors responsible for the democratic decentralization in India.
  • To analyse the current status of the constitionalised panchayati raj institutions (PRIs) in India.
  • To suggest policy changes leading to successful implementation of Panchayati Raj System in India.

 

SUB-THEMES

The National Seminar on “Democratic Decentralization & Panchyati Raj” will be addressed to pontificate the following sub-themes under the above said thrust area :

  • Panchayati Raj : Three tier system in India
  • Panchayat Empowerment & Accountability Incentive Scheme
  • Panchayati Raj Institution & Inclusive Growth
  • Role of panchayati Raj in enhancing Agriculture activities
  • Rural Governance Globalization & Development
  • Civil Society & Governance at Local Level
  • Social Audit : Improving Local Government Transparency &
  • AccountabilityDecentralized Rural Government
  • Integrated Decentralized Planning & Rural Governance
  • Rural planning PURA & Decentralized Planning
  • Democratic Decentralization & Organizational Development
  • ICT : Emerging trends in Rural Development
  • E – Choupal : Developing the Farmers, Developing the Nation
  • ZilaParisad : The pillar of Development
  • Panchayati Raj Development & Inclusive Democracy

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

The papers are invited on any one of the sub-themes mentioned above. The interested participants are requested to fill up the registration form attached with the Seminar brochure and send the same along with the abstract of the research paper and the registration fee. Abstract must be electronically typed with double space in Times New Roman font with 12 point font-size in MS Word / hindi kruti Dev 010 font size 15 The length of the abstract paper must not be less than 250 words and more than 350 words. The abstract must carry the title of the paper, the objective, research questions and methodology together with official address and the E-mail id. Only abstracts with clear focus will qualify to be published in the Abstract volume. The abstracts without registration fee will not be shortlisted for publication. The papers with co-author must clearly mention the main author and the presenter. The acceptance of the abstract must not be taken as guarantee of the full paper being accepted for oral presentation during the Seminar. Depending upon the quality of the full paper, the same will be shortlisted for Oral presentation or Poster presentation. In the case of paper not being found to be of quality, the same may be rejected as well. The decision of the Organising Secretary shall be final in this regard. In the case of rejection of the paper, the person concerned will only receive a certificate of participation from the organizing secretary of the Seminar.

Note : Abstract & full paper must be sent in soft copy only to the given e-mail address on the Registration form. No hardy copy of the abstract and the full paper shall be entertained. Please cooperate and oblige.

OTHER KEY INFORMATIONS

  • DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT TOGETHER WITH FILLED IN REGISTRATION FORM AND DELEGATE FEE :20th April 2014
  • THERE WILL NOT BE ANY ON THE SPOT REGISTRATION FOR THE SEMINAR. DON’T MAKE US FEEL SMALL BY PRESSING FOR THE SAME.
  • THE PROCEEDINGS OF SEMINAR WILL BE PUBLISHED SHORTLY AFTER THE SEMINAR. ONLY THE SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED IN THE SEMINAR SHALL BE ELIGIBLE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEMINAR.

 

 

 

 REGISTRATION FEE :Full length papers with abstract sent to snehasuman1987@gmail.com

  • The Seminar fee must will deposited in a/c numbered 11454456759 SBI BILBERA BRANCH, IFSC: SBIN0004679.
  • For Faculty members, research scholars & students Rs. 650

 

            For any query please contact Sneha Suman (+918797362091 )

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