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An Interactive Meeting

An Interactive Meeting on

“Role of Teachers in 21st  Century Education”

September 05,2010

Time:9.30 am

On the occassion of Teachers’ Day Milestone Education Society (Regd.) going to oragnise an interactive meeting on the above theme. On this occassion teachers from vartious schools were invited.

Requirement: The teachers should bring a writeup about 1500 words for presentation in the session.

Venue:

Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS)

Milestone Education Society (Regd.), Balmiki Dharamshala, Pehowa-136128

Mob. 09896848775

http://sppish.blogspot.com/p/centre-for-positive-philosophy-and.html

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Modernity and Changing Social Fabric of Punjab and Haryana

This seminar proposes to interrogate the complexities of contemporary social formation in Punjab and Haryana. The organizers underline that despite the recent emergence of post-modern studies which present a critique of the ‘abstract notion of the term modern’, modernity carries immense significance for an understanding of contemporary social processes. Apart from theoretical debates, modernity as a value system, also amply reflected in the Indian Constitution, as an alternative or contrast to orthodox traditions offers multiple historical possibilities. Many of these debates emerged earlier when the normative traditions of the different regions of India had an interface with colonialism.

go the link for details:

http://iias.org/MODERNITY_HARYANA.html

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A Public leadership Course

A Public Leadership Course based on “Chanakya’s Arthashatra”

http://www.ciplmumbai.in/cipl_emailers/emailer280710/emailer_chanakya.htm

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Afro-Asian Philosophy Association Conference 2010

20 to 23 October 2010
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Website: http://indianphilosophicalcongress.in
Contact name: Prof Shubhada Joshi

The objective of AAPAC is to is to foster mutual cooperation between philosophers of the African and Asian continents, and also to promote Afro-Asian philosophy to a better recognition within the general philosophical community.

Organized by: Dept of Philosophy, University of Mumbai & Indian Philosophical Congress
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 15 Sept 2010
http://indianphilosophicalcongress.in/IPCHome.aspx

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Jobs in Panjab University

Panjab University

Chandigarh-160014

 

Advertisement No. 13/2010

Applications are invited for the following teaching posts in Punjab University :

Professor cum Principal  : 01 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.37400-67000 AGP Rs.10000 plus NPA

Director Professor : 02 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.37400-67000 AGP Rs.10000

Professor : 101 posts in various subjects/departments/institutes, Pay Scale : Rs.37400-67000 AGP Rs.10000 (Plus NPA for Dental faculty)

Associate Professors : 138 posts in various subjects/departments/institutes, Pay Scale : Rs37400-67000 AGP Rs.9000/- (AGP of Rs.8600 + NPA For Dental Institute)

Sr. Assistant Professors : 09 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.10000-15200 + AGP Rs.7000+ NPA as per rules for Dental

Assistant Professors : 233 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 15600-39100 AGP Rs.6000 in the various Departments / Centres/ Institute

Application Fee :  Payee Bank Draft of the Rs. 375/- (Rs. 150/- for SC/ST category) payable at Chandigarh in favour of the Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

How to Apply :  Applications are invited for the following teaching posts so as to reach the Deputy Registrar (Estt.), Panjab University, Chandigarh by 18/09/2010.

Details of posts are available at http://jobs.puchd.ac.in/Advt-No13-2010.pdf

 and application forms available at http://jobs.puchd.ac.in

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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bhubaneswar

Samantapuri, Bhubaneswar – 751013 (Orissa)

 

IIT Bhubaneswar invites applications for faculty positions at the level of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor and Assistant Professor (on contractual basis) in the following five Schools :

Disciplines/ Schools :  School of Mechanical Sciences (Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Materials), School of Electrical Sciences (Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering), School of Infrastructure (Civil Engineering), School of Basic Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Bioscience) and School of HSS & Management (English, Economics, Philosophy and Psychology).

 

Pay Scales :

Professor PB4: Rs. 37400 – Rs. 67000 AGP Rs. 10500

Associate Professor PB4: Rs. 37400 – Rs. 67000 AGP Rs. 9500

Assistant Professor PB3: Rs. 15600 – Rs. 39100  AGP Rs.8000, On completion of 3 Yrs of service shall move to PB4: Rs. 37400 – Rs. 67000 AGP Rs.9000

Assistant Professor (on contractual basis):  PB3: Rs. 15600 – Rs. 39100 AGP Rs. 6000/ Rs. 7000

How to Apply :  Candidates possessing the requisite qualification and experience may submit their application in the prescribed form either in hard-copy or by e-mail to the Assistant Registrar (A&E), Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, Samantapuri, Bhubaneswar – 751013 (email: faculty.app@iitbbs.ac.in).

Please view http://www.iitbbs.ac.in/admin/notice_board/1282304362WebAdvt-2010.pdf

for details, application form is available at http://www.iitbbs.ac.in/admin/notice_board/1282304302APPLICATION%20FORM.doc

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JICPR Special Issue on Logic and Philosophy Today

Amitabha Gupta and Johan Benthaem (Guest Editors)

The Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research (Mrinal Miri, editor) has decided to bring out an issue in December 2010 on modern logic and its relationship to philosophy.

Aim and Scope:

This is an ambitious initiative to improve the interface of logic and philosophy in India.

In India, there are over 300 universities and most have departments of philosophy. However, most of their logic curricula are archaic and standards are often low. Important modern surveys and textbooks are beyond the reach of common students and teachers as the prices of these publications are prohibitive, even for most of the universities. There is a dire need of a publication that would be accessible to a broad philosophy community in India. The proposed publication of Logic and Philosophy Today would meet this need as the journal has maximum reach throughout the country since its subscription is priced low and it is subscribed by all most all the universities and colleges. Thus, this initiative would be one of the most valuable services we can render to bolster and upgrade knowledge of logic. It would create an unprecedented and lasting impact on the community of scholars in philosophy in India.

The main ideas behind this intiative are simple. First, we want to show that logic is much more than routine symbol manipulation, breaking the spell of current teaching habits. Next, we want to give a broad picture of interfaces between logic and philosophy, showing how logical methods today are relevant to a wide range of areas in philosophy, not just the usual suspects of philosophy of mathematics, language and logic, but also epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, social philosophy, and so on. Third, in doing so, we want to include links to other disciplines (from mathematics to cognitive science) that show how logic pens windows, and connects philosophy to many other fields. And finally, we want to infuse more mathematical depth, showing how philosophers need it.

The editorial board of the Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research has decided that its December 2010 issue (perhaps in two volumes) will be devoted to papers on the current and future state of logic. The aim is to give a balanced picture of logic today, emphasizing interfaces with philosophy (the intended audience), and to include new perspectives suggesting that the field has a future, not just a great past. The articles in the issue are intended to provide a gateway to an area rather than a display of technical brilliance, with some good strategic references at the end. Articles are also intended to be historically informed, stating major achievements, but most importantly, show major themes today, and indicating future directions where the Indian community might join.

Go to for details:

http://staff.science.uva.nl/~ssimon/indjournal/index.html

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