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To celebrate the Teacher’s Day

Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS), Milestone Education Society (Regd.) Pehowa (Kurukshetra)-136128

Organizes

National Level Essay Competition for Students

on the theme

“Problems in Contemporary Indian Society”

 

Indian society is multifaceted to an extent perhaps unknown in any other of the world’s great civilizations. Virtually no generalization made about Indian society is valid for all of the nation’s multifarious groups. Comprehending the complexities of Indian social structure has challenged scholars and other observers over many decades. This Essay Competition concentrates on socio-political issues and a tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (1888-1975) an academic, philosopher, and statesman  and was one of the most recognized and influential Indian thinkers in academic circles in the 20th century. This Essay Competition provides an opportunity to think over some basic concepts of Indian society as well as motivate students to find out solution for future.

Subthemes:

  • Teacher-Student Relationship: An Indian Outlook
  • Need of Spiritualistic Outlook in Human Life
  • Effect of Westernization on Indian Society
  • The Concept of Peace and Globalization in Indian Culture
  • Students’ participation in Socio-Political Issues
  • Women in 21st Century: Issues and Future Perspectives
  • Dalit-Discrimination in Indian Culture and Indian Scriptures
  • Reservation Policy as a Socio-Political Issue
  • Will India ever leave the Caste-Discrimination issue in upcoming years?
  • Philosophy of Liberation with Special reference to Dalits

Eligibility: Graduate from any stream or undergraduate student.

 

Last Date of Submission: 5th September 2011           

 

Procedure: Essays between 2500-3000 words,  neatly written or typed in Hindi or English language,  reached to the undersigned till 5th September 2011 or email to mses.02@gmail.com.           

 

Benefits of Participation:

Selected candidate will be provided a merit certificate with a gift and essay will be published in an online publication of the Centre.

 

For further details contact:

Dr Desh Raj Sirswal

Department of Philosophy,

P.G.Govt. College for Girls,

Sector-11, Chandigarh (India)

Email:mses.02@gmail.com

Contact Number-09896848775, 08968544048

http://positivephilosophy.webs.com

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Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi

The Department of Philosophy

 

Organizes the


1st RADHAKRISHNAN MEMORIAL LECTURE

 

The honorable speaker of the day is

Professor K. Ramakrishna Rao

Chairman, Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi.

The esteemed speaker will deliver a lecture on

SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN:  TEACHERS’ TEACHER

 

We at Kamala Nehru College feel that there can be no better way to celebrate the Teacher’s Day than by remembering the towering figure in the field of Philosophy Dr Sarvalli Radhakrishnan.

Date:5th September 2011,           Time:10a.m.             Venue: Council Room

 

For further details contact:

Ms Geetesh Nirban

Incharge, Department of Philosophy, Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi-110049. Email:geeteshnirban@gmail.com

Contact Number-09811423241

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Dhamma Bhoomi invites aspirants for Free Coaching [For Mains Exam.] in JOTIBA PHULE IAS ACADEMY, those who passed Civil Services Pre-Examination (CSAT-2011).
For further deail- dhammabhoomi@gmail.com
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Address- Dhamma Bhoomi
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Malokhara (Hathin), Distt. Palwal
Haryana, India

 

 

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OPEN INVITATION                                     9-7-2011

SUBJECT:     Invitation for National Workshop on Environment

                      (global warming) – ON 27TH AND 28TH August, 2011

 

Dear Sir/Madam:  Greetings.  DESI hereby announces the above National Workshop

1. Objectives and Focus Areas:   1. To conduct a 2 days workshop on Global Warming ;  2. To orient Participating NGOs/CBOs/Community Leaders/private industries in Climatic Solutions which are within GOI policies and accepted International Standards  3. To disseminate educational materials on available renewable technologies and strategies for addressing global warming.  4. To enable NGO-Industry-Public Sector Interface and enable participants to work out a “Concrete Plan” for implementing techniques in  favour of climatic solutions

2. Dates and Venue:  27th & 28th of August, 2011.  NCT – Delhi (Exact venue will be intimated

to the willing participants).

3.  Who can attend?:  Private Organisations such as NGOs, Schools/colleges, Farmers, Industrialists and relevant suppliers of solar technologies and potential entrepreneurs who would like to deal in such products and services. Donor participation is expected (both public and private agencies) who will speak about their programmes.  We invite you and/or your team to participate and share your ideas.

4. Who will conduct the Seminar?  Development Services International – A National  Non-Profit Organisation (Website:  desitrust.org)

5.  MAIN TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO ENVIRONMENT

A. Status Review – Global Warming – Biggest Challenge  B. Impact of Global Warming   C.  Government Schemes, Policies and Scope for translating the policies into action   D. Clean Technologies, Renewable sources of energy  E. Role of Industries and Farmers in climatic Solutions F. Community Empowerment  –  a Grassroots Participatory approach G. Media revamping H. Gender Mainstreaming I.  Recommendations & Action Plans

6. Benefits of the Seminar to the Participants flowing from agenda:  Increased knowledge about global warming/renewable energy technologies – Solar technologies which you can use on school buildings, homes, offices, farm use etc. (no need for poles), Better orientation for NGOs, Action Plans for follow-up. Technical/donor agency experts will add value for working out feasible strategies which can be implemented by NGOs. If your NGO has done some work regarding environment, you can also present the same for a few minutes with prior agreement.

7. Speakers:  Experts on Environment, Bio-gas, Solar Technologies, Project Planning, Donor Agencies, NGO experts, Policy Makers, Industries and Field Activists

8.  Payment:  We are bearing 50% cost and mobilizing the remaining from Well-wishers like you, i.e ONLY RS.2200/- per participant (for 2 days of accommodation and boarding, travel expenses should be borne by you).  If you want to overstay for 1 more day, add Rs.1100/- per head per day.  Pl. send the advance through internet account (tol be given to you). We will book accommodation well in advance on receipt of your advance.

9.  Competition:  A poster competition has been planned for all Schools who want to

 Participate.  We expect at least 7 to 8 Schools’ representatives to participate in this Workshop and also in the competition.  We encourage your School’s Eco-Club to participate. There will be 3 Prizes. Entry will close by 25rd for Poster submission.

Your confirmation for attending is solicited. Thanking you, with best regards

Yours sincerely

Annapoorna M.A. Eco.  Administrator – Seminar    09311885033  9810763388,

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES INTERNATIONAL (DESI)
H.Q.     A-198/ 2nd Floor,   Ramprastha,   Chander  Nagar  P.O. – 201011, Dt.  Ghaziabad., U.P – 201011
Mail Office/Branch:B-152, Surya Nagar,Chander Nagar  P.O,  Dt. Ghaziabad, U.P.-201011
011-65586219,Telefax0120-4111959, 9810763388, 09311885033; joeperi2010@gmail.com

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Philosophical Management Quest

Philosophical management Quest offers an independent journal for philosophers, theorists and management practitioners to apply philosophical insights to management theory and practice. It seeks to define and develop the field of philosophy of management and is directed to philosophers working in all traditions.

PhilManQuest 2011
Philosophical management Quest offers an independent journal for philosophers, theorists and management practitioners to apply philosophical insights to management theory and practice. It seeks to define and develop the field of philosophy of management and is directed to philosophers working in all traditions. Philosophical Management Quest

 

Spiritual Teacher Forum

 

 

 

 

 

I request all leaders to contribute their papers , articles for the first issue of “PhilManQuest”. First Issue will be released on 1-11-2011.

 

 

1. Maximum 500-700 words.

2. Case Studies, Research papers, Articles.

3. Core concepts in management such as leader, vision, organization, stakeholder, motivation, value, effectiveness.

4. Management methodologies, for instance decision-making, control, organization design.

5. The application of philosophical disciplines to issues facing managers including organizational purpose, performance measurement, ethical issues, Human Resource Management.

6. The application of ancient history in management including organizational transformation.

7. The use of philosophical techniques and skills in management practice such as dialogue, verses, enquiry, conceptual analysis.

8. The Journal is for philosophers, working in all traditions,for management thinkers concerned with the philosophical foundations and validity of their subject and practicing managers seeking to engage with the philosophical issues raised by what they believe and do. Contributors have included leadingphilosophers, management scholars, consultants and managers

Contact:

Rohit Puri

Management teacher

Founder ( Spiritual teacher Forum)

rohit2sep@rediffmail.com

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Lokāyata: Journal of Positive Philosophy

The Center for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS) starts a bi-annual interdisciplinary journal from 2011. The name Lokāyata can be traced to Kautilya’s Arthashastra, which refers to three ānvīkikīs (logical philosophies), Yoga, Samkhya and Lokāyata. Lokāyata here still refers to logical debate (disputatio, “criticism”) in general and not to a materialist doctrine in particular. The objectives of the journal are to encourage new thinking on concepts and theoretical frameworks in the disciplines of humanities and social sciences to disseminate such new ideas and research papers (with strong emphasis on modern implications of philosophy) which have broad relevance in society in general and man’s life in particular. The Centre will publish two issues of the journal every year. Each regular issue of the journal will contain full-length papers, discussions and comments, book reviews, information on new books and other relevant academic information. Each issue will contain about 100 Pages.         

Theme of Present Issue:

Concept of Mind (Manas) and Intelligence (Buddhi) in Indian Philosophy

The first issue will appear in the end of the Septmeber, 2011.

Instructions to the Contributors

The article should be typewritten preferably in Times New Roman font with 12 sizes (English) and Kruti Dev font with 14 sizes (Hindi) in MS-Word 2003 and should be between 3000 to 5000 words. They should be typed on one side of the paper, double spaced with ample margins, and contain author(s)/contributor’s name and his/her institutional affiliation along with the complete mailing address. An abstract of 150-200 words should be included. The authors should submit the hard copy alongwith a CD or as an e-mail attachment to be sent to dr.sirswal@gmail.com.

 

Only papers which have not been published elsewhere will be considered. Proofs will be sent to the authors if there if sufficient time to do so.

 

Time Line: 15th  Septmebr,2011

 

Reference Style:

Notes and references should appear at the end of the articles as Notes. Arrange references in alphabetical order by the last name of the first author and then by his initials. The following style of reference may be strictly followed:

  • In case of Journal: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, name of the paper, name of the journal (italic), volume number, issue number and page number.
  • In case of a Book: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, title of the book(italic), name of publisher, place of publication and page numbers.
  • In case of an edited Book: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, name of the editor, title of the book (italic), name of publisher, place of publication and page numbers.
  • In case of institution/Govt. Report: full name of the institution/ministry, year of publication, place of publication.

All contributions to the Journal, other editorial enquiries and books for review are to be sent to:

Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal,

Editor, Lokāyata: Journal of Positive Philosophy,

Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS),

Milestone Education Society (Regd),  Valmiki Dharmashala, Pehowa,

Distt. Kurukshetra (HARYANA)-136128 (India)

Mobile No.09896848775, 08968544048

E-mail: dr.sirswal@gmail.com, mses.02@gmail.com

Websites: http://lokayatajournal.webs.com

http://drsirswal.webs.com

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

For Volume II of The Legal Analyst, original and unpublished papers, articles, book reviews, notes and comments etc. are invited. Last date for submission is 31 October 2011.
All papers/articles are processed through a blind referral system by experts in concerned subjects. To ensure anonymity in reviewing the papers, name of the author, co-author, designation, address, contact number, e-mail, and title of the paper should appear only on the first page of the paper. On receipt of any manuscript, immediately an acknowledgement with a unique Reference No. is assigned to authors which must be used in all communications. If any contributor does not get any response from our side, he/she must send mail again. The contributors have to follow strictly the following conditions otherwise, in limine, the submission will be considered as rejected-
·    All submissions should be sent only in MS word (Text- double space, 12 Fonting, Times New Roman) as attachments. Atleast, submission should not be less than five pages. Further, on submission of any contribution, it is impliedly understood that the author has obtained the approval of Faculty, Institute or University where such approval is necessary.
·    Decision for publication will be totally based on recommendation of Editorial Board. Only communicating articles/ papers does not entitle to anyone for publication.
·    Acceptance of manuscripts for publication in the Journal shall automatically mean transfer of copyright to the publisher.
·     Editorial Board does not take any responsibility for the fact or opinion expressed in contribution.
·     The submission should be accompanied with a declaration to the effect that the work is original, unpublished and has not been sent for publication anywhere else.
·     If the paper has been presented or submitted in any seminar/workshop/conference etc. details must be clearly mentioned.
·     Foreign words should be italicized, e.g., “in limine”, etc.
·     Relaxation of any rules regarding submissions is subject to the discretion of the Editorial Board.
·      Abstract of maximum 200 words with key words is required.
· All communications must be made only in electronic form and e-mailed to: thelegalanalyst@gmail.com /bipin05bhu@gmail.com
·      Due to high cost of printing, Rs. 100/- per standard page is required as printing charge.
·      References should be at the end of the paper. Refer the following style-
Articles: Author’s name, “Title of the paper”, vol.—Issue–, year name of journal (in italics) page
e.g.- A. Williams, “Child Rights in India”, vol. 48 Issue 2, 2011 Journal of Human Rights 22-52.
Books: Author’s name, Title of the book(in italics). (Place of publication: Publisher’s name year) page
e.g.-A. Williams, Human Health and Environment. (Allahabad: Suryanshu Law Publications 2011) 79.
Collection of articles/papers in book: Author’s name, Title of the paper in: Editor’s name, Title of the book (in italics). (Place of publication: Publisher’s name year) page
e.g.-Prabhash P., Right to Access Medicine and IPR in: A. Williams, Human Health and Environment. (Ghazipur: SPS Publications 2011) 97.
Newspaper: Author’s name, Title, date (day), name of newspaper (in italics), page
e.g.-Divyanshu, Separation of Powers, 27th May 2011 (Friday) The Legal Observer, 2
Website: Author’s name, “Title of the paper”, vol.—Issue–, year name of Journal (in italics) page available at http://www.oxford.org
A. Williams, “Child Rights in India”, vol. 48 Issue 2, 2011 Journal of Human Rights 22-52 at 32 available at http://www.bhu.org
Link:

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