Archive for December, 2016

National Seminar on Tribes in Contemporary India: Issues and Challenges

Feb 26-27, 2017

Department of Political Science

Bhuban Women’s Degree College, Bhuban, Dhenkanal(Odisha)


Mamata Patra

mamatapatra04@gmail.com, dillipkumar.ds@gmail.com


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A one-day National Seminar on “CRIMINAL LAW REFORMS IN RECENT TIMES” is being organized on February 11, 2017 by Faculty of Law, Jagan Nath University, Bahadurgarh,  Haryana.  Law never remains static and new problems emerge with the passage of time and to control the same Law Reforms are made. The Seminar will focus on the following Sub-themes:



  • Trends in registration of First Information Report and Role of Police.
  • Laws relating to Habitual Offenders and Recidivists
  • Criminal Laws relating to Project against Women and Children
  • Acid Attacks: Issues and Challenges
  • Adequacy of Present Criminal Laws
  • Prison Reforms in India
  • New Thoughts and Approaches to Criminal Jurisprudence
  • Sufficiency of Law on White Collar Crimes
  • Doctrine of the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree: Position in India
  • Laws relating to Corporate Criminal Liability
  • Corporate Manslaughter in India and position in other countries



Research Papers are invited from the Academicians, Practitioners, Research Scholars and Students on the topics related to the above theme. It is proposed that the selected papers will be published in a special volume in the form of an edited book with ISBN Number.

Authors of selected papers would be given an opportunity to present their papers during sessions on the day of the Seminar.



  • Word Limit of the Abstract:  300 – 350 words
  • Abstract shall be accompanied by a brief profile of the author indicating his/ her name, University/Organization/Institution, Email ID, contact number and official address.
  • Word Limit of the Final Paper:  2500-3000 words.
  • It must be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word.
  • The Blue Book: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.) must be strictly adhered to while submitting the abstracts and full paper.

All the abstracts and full length papers shall be sent on email id: seminar@jagannathuniversityncr.ac.in orrajkumar.yadav@jagannathuniversityncr.ac.in




Patron: Sh. Manish Gupta

Convener: Prof. H.L. Verma

Organizing Secretary: Dr. Raj Kumar


Advisory Committee-

      Dr. G.S. Rajpurohit, Professor

      Dr. Mahendra Tiwari, Professor

      Dr. Vijay Pal Singh, Assistant Professor

      Ms. Isha Saluja, Assistant Professor

     Ms. Radhika, Assistant Professor


Research Committee:

Mr. Ashok                                                            Ms. Sneha Dagar          

Mr. Divyanshu Chauhan                                 Ms. Pooja Yadav  



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Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University (HNBGU) has published notification for the recruitment of 173 Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor & Lecturer vacancies in various departments on direct recruitment basis. Eligible candidates may apply online from 01-12-2016 to 15-01-2017. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee & how to apply are given below…

HNBGU Vacancy Details:
Total No. of Posts: 173
Name of the Post:
1. Assistant Professor: 94 Posts
2. Associate Professor: 49 Posts
3. Professor: 29 Posts
4. Lecturer: 01 Post

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess An eminent scholar with Ph.D in the concerned/ allied/ relevant discipline, Master’s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed and Doctoral Degree with NET/ SLET/ SET/ GATE Qualification.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on interview.

Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 500/- for General and OBC candidates and Rs. 300/- for SC, ST and PWD candidates through Bank Challan in HNBGU Power Jyothi Recruitment (A/c No 33508574475), IFS Code No SBIN0010583, Swift Code No. SBININBB380 in State Bank of India (HNBGU), Srinagar, Garwjal, Uttarakhand.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website http://www.hnbgu.ac.in from 01-12-2016 to 15-01-2017 & send dully filled application with relevant documents and fee to the through speed post/ registered post to the Registrar, HNBGU, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand-246 174 on or before 15-01-2017.

Instructions to Apply Online:
1. Before applying online candidates have valid e mail id & contact number
2. Candidates log on the website http://www.hnbgu.ac.in
3. Click on Recruitment & Select the desired post
4. Again click on Apply Online & Read all instructions
5. Fill all the details & submit the form
6. Now take a print out of online application for future use

Important Dates:

Starting Date to Apply Online 01-12-2016
Last Date for Payment of Fee 10-01-2017
Last Date to Apply Online 15-01-2017
Last Date for Receipt of Application 15-01-2017

For more details like pay scale, experience, reservation, qualification, salary & other information click on the link given below…

Click here for Recruitment Advt

Click here to Apply Online

Click here for Instructions

Source Link :


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Journal: InterViews

An Interdisciplinary Journal in Social Sciences is an internatioonal peer-reviewed journal published from SCCZ (ISSN:2349-400X) since 2014. The journal, as its name suggests, invites diverse inter and multi-disciplinary perspectives that have a direct or indirect bearing on social sciences. Currently, InterViews is published once a year.

For Subscriptions:

  • Individuals: Inland: Rs.200 Foreign: $25
  • Institutions: Inland: Rs.400 Foreign: $50
  • Download the subscription form here, fill it in, and mail out to the address mentioned with the required fee.

For Submissions:
Researchers are welcome to submit full length articles, short notes, review articles, and book reviews. Please follow the APA Style. All submissions must be in Word file, sent as e-mail attachment.
Download this checklist and submit the same along with the article.


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One Week Workshop on ‘Application of Statistical Software in Social Science Research’ (ASSSSR)

During January 18-24, 2017

by the Department of Commerce, UGB

Link for details:

Click to access WEB_SITE_COMMERCE.pdf

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on January 10, 2016

by the Department of Commerce, UGB


Click to access COMM_21122016.pdf

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Click to access conference-Call.pdf

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Varanasi – 221005 (UP)
Published by http://www.SarkariNaukriBlog.com

Online applications are invited from the Indian Citizens on the online formavailable at Recruitment and Assessment Cell portal of BHU for the post of
Professor, Associate Professor, Reader, Assistant Professor and Non-teaching posts(s) under Group ‘A’, ‘B’ & ‘C’ in the University  (  (Advertisement No – 02/2016 – 2017) (Non-teaching  posts)    :

Vacancies :

  1. Professor in various disciplines / subjects
  2. Associate Professor in various disciplines / subjects
  3. Assistant Professor in various disciplines / subjects
  4. Senior Scientist 
  5. Junior Research Officer 
  6. Maintenance Engineer (Senior) 
  7. Public Relations Officer
  8. Radiological Physicist
  9. Medical Officer (MM)
  10. Dy. Medical Superintendent 
  11. Pracharya (Principal)
  12. Law Officer
  13. Training & Placement Officer
  14. Manager, Guest House Complex/Canteens (Tenure appointment for 5 years)
  15. Student Career Counselor 
  16. Staff Nurse
  17. Dental Instrument Mechanic
  18. Technical Assistant (OT cum Anaesthesia) 
  19. Orthoptist

Application Fee :

Application Fees of Rs. 1000/- (500/- SC/ST) to be paid online.

How to Apply :

Apply Online at BHU website from 21/12/2016 to 21/01/2017 only.

Details and application format :

Complete advertisement with details and online Application Form is available athttp://www.bhu.ac.in/rac/

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IJSARD Call for papers: International Journal of Socio-Legal Analysis and Rural Development Volume 3 Issue 1

Get your article published in an internationally indexed journal with a high  impact factor of  1. 73.  International Journal of socio-legal analysis and Rural Development (IJSARD) is an online quarterly peer reviewed international journal on ‘Law’ and ‘Rural Development’. As the name suggests the journal will focus on the analysis of different laws for better understanding and research. The society needs the laws for proper functioning and thus the journal focuses to draw a special emphasis on various disciplines of social sciences, rural development and analysis of various aspects of law to improve the quality of research and explore the more realistic aspects of civilization’s sustainable developments. Establishing equilibrium between the society and law it will find the present and futuristic scope of growth and prosperity. Rural development is an essential part of a sustainable society.

Word limit for submissions:

Articles: 5,000-10,000 words.
Short Articles: 2,500-5,000 words.
Case study : 2,500-6,000 words


The articles must be related to Law and social sciences or rural development. They may relate Law or social sciences and rural development with other disciplines like Health, Agriculture, Law, Technology, Sustainable development, Environment and Climate change etc. The authors may take in account national and international perspectives.


Each submission must be accompanied with
An abstract of not more than 200-250 words.
Main article.
List of References.
Short description about the author.
Formatting and Other Essentials:
Main text: Times New Roman, Font Size 12, 1.5 spaced.
Footnotes: Times New Roman, Font Size 10, single spaced.
Citation Method:  Any uniform citation.
The articles must be original and must not have been published earlier.

 The articles must be sent to ijsard.editor@gmail.com by  20th January, 2017.

 The submission must accompanied by a declaration that the contribution submitted is a piece of original research work of author and has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • All submissions will be subject to a plagiarism check. Professionals, Academicians, Scholars and Students of all disciplines are eligible to contribute.

  • Co-authorship will be allowed to a maximum of three authors and three separate certificates shall be issued for the publication of article in the journal.
  • The hard copy of certificate of publication.
  • The copy of the journal will be sent to them along with a certificate of publication and CD.
  • A sample paper for their reference.
  • The journal in form of a CD.
  • All the selected articles will be on the website.
Website: www.ijsard.org

For any query, contact or visit website

Rahul Soni
Mob:-+91-7976566977,  7579006367

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Ref. no. ____   Date _____

Dear Sir/ Madam _______________________________ ,


To commemorate 100 years of the college, we wish to bring out a special publication in the reference book form on the subject –




Kindly do write a full length research paper on topic of your understanding and conviction keeping the outlines given below.

You can write your research paper in Hindi/ Sanskrit/ Punjabi/ English. Please avoid reaffirming the greatness of Sanatan Dharma. It is humbly requested the paper should raise one definite issue and then followed by Shastra (established system of scientific temper), Yukti (good reasoning) and anubhav (experiential validity).

  • All papers should be mailed by 15th January, 2017 positively on the following e-mail- ‘sanskrit2010@gmail.com’.
  • References are to be given as endnotes (not footnotes).
  • Follow the pattern of references as name of book, journal, author / editor, page number, Publisher, year of publication.
  • Use A4 page with 1’’ margin on all sides and kruti dev fonts only for hindi.
  • Please do not translate indigenous terms into English as they will be misleading e.g. dharma as religion, swatantrata as freedom or liberty, ishwar or devataa as god, smriti grantha as law book, maanav/ manushya as man, stri as women etc. In case of any difficulty go to the roots and etymology of the words and consult some standard dictionary like – Monier Williams’ Sanskrit English dictionary etc.
  • Research papers will be published only after due evaluation and plagiarism report by the experts appointed by editor,
  • Since we intend to bring a reference book on this issue so please avoid papers on importance or praising of Sanatan Dharma.
  • Editor has unconditional right to reject any paper and will not be accountable to any paper writer.
  • Every paper writer has to furnish a certificate that it is his/her original work.



100 years of establishment of S. D. College [Lahore] makes all the staff, students and Principal to rethink, re-evaluate and redefine the nature, scope and value system of Sanatan dharma in the fast changing social, political, economic and religious, moral value system.

  • Does not 100 years of maturity forces all of us, who claim to be associated with Sanatan vision and values, to give a serious thought regarding the achievements, standing, role, contribution, accomplishments and responsibilities of the Sanatan dharma?
  • Does any one of us has enough courage to say –“yes, I understand what sanatan dharma is? Yes, I know what it means to be a sanatnist?” If yes then let us face the direct questions regarding caste system, equality, justice and economic freedom and other human values?
  • Do we have to define sanatan dharma in the terms of religion only or a way of life?
  • What is the legal sanctity of the S.D in the terms of law, constitution, secularism and democratic setup? What chances SD has as political force or political identity?
  • What answers SD. has to the globalization, open market economy and consumerist way of life of every Indian?
  • Have the academic institutions of SD been able to define the education system of this country or are they following the education system blindly in the name of keeping the pace with the industrial demands?

Lot more questions are there to challenge the identity; definition and vision of SD. Issues before SD are not only highly controversial but are also self contradictory in nature?

The mammoth task before the intelligentsia and academicians is how to redefine, reinterpret and redirect SD so that the people of this land and people around the world should be able to face the onslaught of globalization, commercialization etc. in the terms SD. In the history of SD, Prior to the advent of Islam the temper/ethos of SD is found to be based on the foundations of shraddha (faithfulness or trustfulness) and ‘sattarka’(reasoning or inquiry). The synergy of both constitutes the main spring of Vedic imaginative insights, sacrificial experience and intellectual intuitions. The plain and simple flux of shruti and smriti traditions gave rise to a kind of system rising from a doctrinal orthodoxy and culminating into orhtopraxy. This praxis or a way of doing something in a practical way or putting a theory into practice was the essential reality of SD. On the one hand it gave birth to a substantial social system and on the other hand even the concept of Absolute Brahman Consciousness arose from the search into the meaning of the Yajna or the sacrifice. After the fall of Vardhan Empire one finds signs of an overall decline of this SD tradition.

In the twelfth century (A.D.) after the regeneration or revitalization of Hindu Dharma by Acharya Raamaanuja, there was a vast interchange between the South Indian folk-bhakti cult and the highest intellectual achievements of ancient India. This cultural resurgence constituted a neo-Hindu socio-political forum to fight against a dust storm of invasions of Islam. Hindu-nationalism took a concrete shape during this period and Mahaarashatra emerged as a symbol of synthesis of the two indigenous traditions of South and north India. Bhushan, a poet of Hindi (1613 to 1705) traveled from Delhi to Pune and sang the glory and greatness of SD and was patronized by Shivaji and Chatrasaal bundela. He in his two works Shiva-baavani and Shivraj-bhushan, used this term Hindu as a noun time and again for non-Islamic people of India who were struggling against the terror of Muslims and at the same time maintaining the roots of ancient Indian orthopraxy. None of the Hindus was against the common Muslim people who were following their religious norms without any prejudice and predilections against Hindus and practicing Hindu-art and life-style. A Shivaji`s contemporary Muslim historian Khafi Khan has recorded that “Shivaji made a rule that his followers do not harm mosques, the holy book and the women of anyone.” With this character and courage he exhausted the whole of energy of a huge Moughal empire involving its armed forces in the South India for a long period of 25 years or rather till the death of Aurangzeb.

This SD revitalized in the south west of India continued to fight against the forces of Islamic invaders as well as British invasions till the goal of Swaraj was achieved in 1947. And then suddenly we find a class, growing out of Anglo-Indian sensibility; opposing and challenging the validity of traditional SD Indian-ness. This alienation of SD mind involves a disorientation and confusion of our own perceptions of surrounding world and our own cultural being. Perhaps this degenerating condition of SD mind compelled a scholar like Anand Kumar Swami to comment in his famous book “ Dance of Shiva” in 1913; page 73 : “It is hard to realize how completely the continuity of Indian life has been severed. A single generation of English education suffices to break the threads of tradition and to create a non-descript and superficial being deprived of all roots – sort of intellectual pariah who does not belong to the East or the West, the past or future.”

If one investigates sincerely and with an open mind then one finds SD is based entirely on scientific experience. Its innate humanism acknowledges the coexistence of other living beings equally. It has a firm conviction of cyclic operation of time where there is no beginning and no end; which perceives Dharma as a universal law of being and becoming. Any religion representing a segmented world view and fighting for its unique supremacy can not do any good to the present humanity at large. Therefore, the coming world must have its own moral and social code. So we need to thoroughly analyze the deep rooted problems of modern humanity and the complexities of Indian psyche.

One should convincingly argue with the modern man of Dharma and recommend rediscovering the real characteristics of SD mind to subscribe some new value system to face the current problems arising from the conflict of technology and moral sciences. The research papers need to discuss in detail the different aspects of SD with reference to the authentic study of the relevant questions with the esoteric meanings of the constituent concepts of Hindu dharma as relating to the Vedic varna-aashrama-vyavasthaa, the sacred Sanskrit language, Ayurveda; the Hindu science of life, the Hindu mathematics, the science of Kama, the Artha and Dharma, Hindu cosmology, Hindu mythology and ancient Indian history etc.

No doubt that the catechetical method of presenting the substantial theme of Dharma-Artha–Kama and Moksha has been continuously followed by the Indian thinkers of ancient and as well as modern India, in the Upanishads, Puranas, Tantras and Agamas. But in this period of over-whelming intellectual exercises, this kind of filial approach to the SD will be really an attempt of its own kind.


For any enquiry please contact us.

With deep regards


Ashutosh Angiras                                                           Dr. Rajinder Singh

Editor                                                                                   Principal

09464558667                                                                  09466596782



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S D College (Lahore),

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