Global Peace & Psycho-Social Science
On 20-21 January, 2017
Venue: Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad India
Please accept our warm greetings. We feel immense pleasure in inviting you to the Global Peace & Psycho-Social Science Conference (GPPSC 2017) organized by GHA-–Global Harmony Network Centre (GHNC), India and Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad in Association with National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS), INDIA & GHA Trust, Gurgaon, India on 20-21 January, 2017.
Main Aim of the Conference:
The primary aims of our ‘Global Peace & Psycho-Social Science Conference’ (GPSC 2017) is to present and explore innovative approaches and practices in Peace & harmonious education, Psycho-Social Science, Peace & human development research and professional practice. To explore peace education, psychological research and curriculum developments for teaching and learning peace building skills, emotional skills & peace leadership skills and to develop the model program applications in organizations, academic institutions and government organizations for a sustainable future.
Call for Papers
Scholars, faculty & organizational & management professionals intending to present papers at the Conference are requested to submit a soft copy of the Abstract (200 Words) to the Conference Secretariat.
1) Global Peace Sciences –conflicts, violence & Peace building in 21st century
2) Psycho-Social Science for Peace, Harmony & Development
3) Gandhian Peace, Philosophy & Development Studies
4) Harmony Education, Peace Education & Human Value Education and Global Ethics
5) Yoga & Meditation for Peace, Harmony including practical session.
One soft copy of the research paper in Microsoft Word will have to be submitted to the seminar Organizing Secretary by 15th December, 2016. The electronic version of the paper should be e-mailed to: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last date for abstract Submission : 25th December, 2016
Notification of abstract acceptance : 30th December, 2016
Last date for submission of Full Paper : 5th January, 2016
Notification of acceptance of paper : 10th January, 2017
Last date for Registration : 15th January, 2017
Conference dates : 20-21 January, 2017
Category On or Before: 30/12/2016 After: 30/12/2016
Professionals Rs.2000/- Rs.2500/-
Students (Local) Rs.1200/- Rs.1500/-
Students (Outstation) Rs.1500/- Rs.2000/-
Foreign Delegates $100 $150
Accompanying Person Rs.1500/- Rs.2000/-
Registration fees include conference kit, certificate, working tea, lunch and dinner.
Students should show their ID proof with registration fees.
Bank Transaction Details:
Name of bank: Andhra Bank
Account Number 266810100008391
IFS Code: ANDB0002668
Certification of Participation will be provided to all participants.
Three Best papers award will be given.
Abstracts submission last date: 25th December, 2016
For abstract and paper submissions and/other academic/scientific enquiries
Dr. Surendra Pathak, Conference Director, Vice president, GHA
E-mail: email@example.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 85276 30124
For Registration: Ramesh Kumar, Conference Secretary, Vice-President Global Harmony Association (GHA) Mob 9971001318; Email: email@example.com
Prof. Pushpa Motiyani, Head, Dept of Peace Research and Gandhian Thought, Gujarat Vidyapith; firstname.lastname@example.org
We solicit your thoughts on any of the above themes and invite research papers and presentations in the seminar.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we take great pleasure in inviting you to attend this seminar. Please circulate this information among your colleagues and research scholar for a wider participation.
Patron : Dr. Anamik Shah, Vice-Chancellor, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad
Subhash Chandra, Conference Chair, President GHA – Global harmony Association, India M -09910241586; Email: email@example.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rajendra Khimani, Conference Co-Chair, Registrar, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad
Pushpa Motiyani, Head, Department of Peace Research and Gandhian Thought, Gujarat Vidyapith; Co-Chair, GPSC 2017 Director, Ghadhiyan, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad; email@example.com
Surendra Pathak – Conference Director, Vice president, GHA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramesh Kumar, Conference Secretary, Executive Director (CEO) and Vice-President Global Harmony Association (GHA) Email: email@example.com
Roshan Lal, Dept. of Psychology, Punjab University, Chandigarh Convener, GPSC 2017, Secretary NAPS E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org M9417882789
Chand Bhardwaj, Conference Joint Secretary, Trustee GHAE-mail: email@example.com
Conference Secretariat, GPPSC 2017
GHA India (Trust)
Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Conference Secretary
A 38, Rosewood City, Sector 49, Gurgaon 122018, India
Ph. 124 4266169, Mob 9971001318; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
GHA–Global Harmony Network Centre (GHNC), India
The main objectives of GHNC
(1) to provide academic & professional networking for human wellbeing and universal wellness. (2) To organize conferences, workshops, projects, research publications, academic awards and scholarships. Global Network Harmony Centers (GHNC), run by GHA Trust India, provides a platform for social transformation and individual necessity of holistic development through education, research and innovation. The GHNC also provides the training & services of life management foe self development & social development through values education , skill development ,Yoga & meditation.
GHA Trust, Gurgaon, India
GHA Trust is an association for creating global impact on society & the world for creating global peace & harmonious society through global peace science research and innovation
Vision: Advancement of global peace science knowledge for creating global sustainable world.
The Mission of the GHA Trust is to bring global peace by implementing Peace & harmony Projects.
To create a global community of global peace leaders & peace scholars.
Promotion of innovative harmonious thinking and peace leadership innovation on a global platform.
The association is driven by the guidance of the global peace leaders & advisory board members. Scholars, Academicians, Professionals are encouraged to freely join Global Harmony Network Centre) (GHNC), India and become a part of a this GHA Trust working for the welfare of human kind and society through global ethics, peace & harmony research and innovation.
Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmadabad (www.gujratvidyapith.org)
Gujarat Vidyapith was founded by Mahatma Gandhi on 18th October, 1920. Gujarat Vidyapith is a deemed university since 1963. Gujarat Vidyapith is funded by the U. G. C. (University Grants Commission) for higher education programs. It was started as Rashtriya Vidyapith (National Institute of University Education) and was the wake of the Non-cooperative Movement. Mahatma Gandhi remained its life-long Kulpati (Chancellor).
Peace Research Centre
In October 1969, Gujarat Vidyapith organized a seminar on ‘Science, Education and Non-violence’ with support from the University Grants Commission (UGC), Indian National Commission for UNESCO, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). Eminent Scientists and Scholars from USSR, USA, Canada, Australia and India attended. Dr. Solandt, Chairperson of the Canadian Science Council, Dr. Robinorich of the USSR, and Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, Chairperson of AEC India, were some of the distinguished participants. The then Deputy Director General of UNESCO had addressed the Seminar.
As a follow-up of the seminar the Vidyapith instituted a project for a study and research programme for peace in November 1971. The then Vice Chancellor, Professor Ramlal Parikh pioneered it and became the founder Director. UNESCO provided support for library and fellowships. UGC also provided some support. Eventually, it was turned into the Peace Research Centre and named after Shri Jamnalal Bajaj, a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi. The Centre became consistent with one of the objectives of the Gujarat Vidyapith, which states that the main function of the Vidyapith is to educate youth into becoming empowered, cultured, and committed volunteers, bearing sound character to undertake reconstruction of the nation based on Truth (Satya) and Non-violence (Ahimsa).
National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS), INDIA (www.napsindia.org)
The National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS) has been established in 2010. This is an endeavour for the development, representation and advancement of different areas of psychology as a science. The aim of the association is to promote, advance and disseminate the interests of scientifically oriented psychological research and application for benefit of an individual and society concern. The National Association of Psychological Science provides the platform for the scholarly exchange research in different areas of psychology and allied disciplines.