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Medical Ethics in India: Challenges and Prospects

9 to 10 February 2012
kumarghat, Tripura, India

It is our pleasure to extend you a warm invitation to ICPR sponsored National Seminar on �Medical Ethics in India: Challenges and Prospects� organised by Ambedkar College, Fatikroy, North Tripura on 9th and 10th February 2012.

Organized by: Ambedkar College/ICPR

Website: http://ambedkarcollege.blogspot.com
Contact name: Dr. Ravi Khangai

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International Conference on Public Policy and Governance

4 to 6 September 2012
Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Conference Announcement / Call for papers

International Conference on Public Policy and
Governance
4 to 6 September 2012
Bangalore, India

Broad Themes:
* Economy, Trade, and Agriculture
* Public Institutions and Social Accountability
* Infrastructure, Health, Education and Housing
* Energy and Environment
* Science, Technology, and Society
* Poverty and Population
* Corporate Social Responsibility

The conference offers publication opportunities
in 5 peer reviewed international journals.

The deadline for extended abstracts is 30 March
2012.

Enquiries: ppg2012@mgmt.iisc.ernet.in
Web address: http://www.mgmt.iisc.ernet.in/ppg2012

Organizers: Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore and
Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute
of Science, Bangalore

Website: http://www.mgmt.iisc.ernet.in/ppg2012
Contact name: Anjula Gurtoo

 

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India Youth Forum

India Youth Forum

28 March 2012 to 1 April 2012
New Delhi, India, India

Website: http://indiayouthforum.org/
Contact name: Youth Time

Welcome to the India Youth Forum 2012. We are delighted at your interest in our work and we hope you will help us create a better and more sustainable future, not only for ourselves but for our descendants.

Organized by: Youth Time Movement
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 1 February 2012

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12 to 14 March 2012
New Delhi, New Delhi, India

Website: http://www.edgex.in
Contact name: Viplav Baxi

EDGEX covers two very important themes for education � Learning X.O (the emergence of network based, social, informal and community led approaches to learning that are becoming very crucial today) & Simulations & Serious Games

Organized by: EDGE Forum

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GAY SUB-CULTURES AND LITERATURES: THE INDIAN PROJECTIONS

SUGGESTED TOPICS/AREAS

1.Breaking the Borders: Homosexuality and Law

2.Gayism/Lesbianism in Arts – sculpture, painting etc.

3.‘Queer’ and Coalitional Politics

4. Gayism/Lesbianism and creativity

5. Gender Identity/Sexual Identity

6.Same-sex love and Family/Marriage

7.Lesbianism, Gayism, Bisexuality, Transexuality, (LGBT) – Convergences and Divergences

8.Representation of LGBT in Cinema, Media and Literature

9.LGBT and Masculinity

10.Same sex Love and Religion/Indian Scriptures

11.Lesbianism and the notion of femininity

12.Lesbianism and feminism inIndia

13.The absence of lesbian movement

14.NGOs and LGBT activism

15.Sexuality, Politics, and Society.

16.Gays/Lesbians and the issue of Human Rights.

The IIAS, Shimla will hold a two-day National Seminar on “Gay Literatures: The Indian Projections” during 3-4 April 2012. The Seminar will interrogate the cultural, social, theological, moral, ethical, psychological, and philosophical issues relating to the LGBT sexualities as projected in the Indian arts, literature, and other domains of public creativity and concern. The possible participants both writers and speakers may be asked to speak/present papers on the following and other proximal issues concerned with the LGBT

1.Homosexuality & Legality

2.Lesbianism & Creativity

3.Homosexuality/Lesbianism & Sculptures

4.Bisexuality & Morality

5.Transexuality & Marriage

6.Homosexuality/Lesbianism, Gender, Identity

7.LGBT in Indian Literatures

8.LGBT in Indian Scriptures

9.LGBT & Womanhood

10.LGBT & Manhood

The diversity of views on these subjects may indicate the viable ways and means of negotiating the queer sexual behaviors of people in our country.   The papers presented in the seminar will be published as a book by the IIAS later.

Professor Sukhbir Singh of Osmania University, Hyderabad will be the Convener of the Seminar and those willing to participate can send their paper proposals/complete papers to him by March 20, 2012 at 305, SAKET Phase 1, ECIL Post, Hyderabad 500 062. Email:ssukhbir@hotmail.com

Link:

http://www.iias.org/Gay-Sub-Culture.html

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THE INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL CONGRESS

ESTABLISHED BY GURUDEV RABINDRANATH TAGAORE & S.DR. RADHAKRISHAN IN 1925

(Registered under societies act 1860/No.153/GHD-0903)

85th SESSION

February 23rd  to 25th  2012

HOST INSTITUTION

DEARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD (U.P)

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

Abstracts of papers not exceeding 500 words should reach Prof. Asha Maudgil, Department of Philosophy, Panjab University, Chandigarh and the Joint Secretary of the I.P.C. on her Postal Address: F-29 Sector 25 Panjab University Residential complex, Chandigarh-160014, Panjab.  both in soft and hard copies before 30th December, 2011. Full Papers in nearly 2000 words should reach Dr.Nitish Dubey, Head, Department of Philosophy, D.A.V. College, Kanpur U.P. up to February 15, 2012.

REGISTRATION FEE: (Board and Lodging)

Students:         1000/- (per head)

Faculties:         1500/- (per head)

In order to have good accommodation, you are requested to kindly send your Registration Fee in the form of a Demand Draft (DD) in favour of “The Organizing Secretary, 85th Session, IPC”, payable at Allahabad latest by January 31, 2012. In case the fee is received after this date, an extra amount of 200/- each will be charged. Children above the age of 10 years will be charged full Registration Fee applicable to the students.

Life Membership Fee of IPC:             1500/-

Annual Membership Fee:                  200/-

Annual Membership for students:   100/-

 

Contact

DR.JATASHANKAR

ORGANIZING  SECRETARY

85TH SESSION, INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL  CONGRESS

&

PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY

UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD

ALLAHABAD -211 002 (UP)

E-mail: profjatashankar@gmail.com

Phone: 0 94509 61736

All details download from these files:

Circular for details and form:

Final docuemntsi

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ICPR SPONSORED

NATIONAL SEMINAR

ON

MEDICAL ETHICS IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

DATE: 9TH AND 10TH FEBRUARY, 2012

ORGANISED BY

AMBEDKARCOLLEGE, FATIKROY

NORTH TRIPURA-799290

 

Topic of the Seminar    : Medical Ethics in India: Challenges and Prospects.

 

Sub themes of main topic:

 

v     Modern Medical Progress and Challenges.

v     The Challenges of Modern Clinical Test.

v     Medical Practice: Ethics and Problems.

v     Medical Ethics inIndia: Ancient and Modern.

v     Buddhism and Medical Ethics.

v     Ethical issues and possible solutions in Neo-Natal care.

v     Ethical issues in Transfusion Medicine.

v      Ethical issues and possible solutions of Cloning.

v     Ethical issues and possible solutions of Genetic Screening and Testing.

v     Ethical issues and possible solutions of Amniocentesis.

v     Ethical issues and possible solutions of Organ Transplantations.

v     Ethical issues with Surrogate Mothers.

v     Ethical issues in Modern Medicine.

 

 

Call for papers:

 

Participants are requested to contribute papers on any of the sub themes (stated above) or any related

topics. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman Font in 12 point size, heading 14 point bold

font with 1.5 line spacing. The presenter should restrict herself/himself to one paper only, but one

can be co- author of another paper. The paper and abstract should be sent to the following address

by DTDC/ Professional courier or by speed post or by Email only.

Dr. Subrata Sharma

Principal in charge

AmbedkarCollege, Fatikroy,

North Tripura, Pin-799290

Email:dr.subrataphilosophy2@gmail.com/

ambedkarcollege91@yahoo.co.in

Important Dates:

 

Last date for submission of Abstract: 25th January 2012.

 

Last date for submission of full paper: 5th February 2012

 

Registration  :  9th February 2012 from 9:00 A.M to 9:30 A.M

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