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National Conference on Innovating for Development and Sustainability

5th to 6th October 2017
Baroda, Gujarat, India

Website: http://www.nuv.ac.in/national_conference.php
Contact person: Dr. Hitesh Bhatia

Over the decades, the World has witnessed contentious forms of Development, which has created a lot more challenges than opportunities. Navrachana University is hosting its Second National Conference to deliberate upon various aspects of Development

Organized by: Navrachana University
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 15th June 2017



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Interdisciplinary Psychology Bridging the Gaps and Transcending Boundaries

8th to 10th September 2017
Gurgaon, India

Website: http://www.fortishealthcare.com/mhbs-conference/
Contact person: Rashi Khanna

The conference invites poster presentation and e-papers from various branches of psychology. The Bharat Panchal Award will be awarded for the best paper. Special segment focusing on allied fields in Psychology like film analysis etc.



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World Congress On Interdisciplinary Innovative Research In Education, Law, Governance, Gender Studies, Humanities and Various Management Practices

10th to 10th June 2017
New Delhi, India

Website: http://krishisanskriti.org/congress17.html
Contact person: Dr. G. C. Mishra

Organizer Invites abstracts/research papers for oral/poster presentation in International Conference in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. All Selected papers will be published in International Journals having ISSN.

Organized by: Krishi Sanskriti Publications
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 3rd June 2017



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International Interdisciplinary Conference on WATER CULTURE OF INDIA at SHIMLA


International Interdisciplinary Conference on WATER CULTURE OF INDIA at SHIMLA


18th to 19th May 2017
SHIMLA, Himachal Pradesh, India

Website: http://sewashimla.blogspot.in/
Contact person: Dr. Manishkumar C. Mishra

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Dear Sir/Madam,

It gives me immense pleasure that Sri Sai College of Engineering & Technology, Badhani, Pathankot (Punjab) India, is going to organize two days International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research in Humanitarian Technology (ICIRHT-2017) on25-26 August, 2017. The Conference will provide a platform to focus on the integration of techniques and tools to solve and develop humanitarian applications related to all aspects of engineering and sciences.


All accepted and registered papers will be published in any one of the Scopus Indexed Journals & Thomson Reuters Indexed Journal.


  1. International Journal of Control Theory and Applications (IJCTA),
  2. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research (IJABER),
  3. International Journal of Economic Research (IJER),
  4. Rupkatha Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities (RJISH),
  5. Man of India,
  6. Indian Journal of Science and Technology.


IRCHIT-2017 aims to provide an opportune forum and vibrant platform for Researchers, Academicians, Scientists and Industrial Practitioners to share their original research work, patents, findings and practical development experiences on the all areas of technology, science and their applications.


Please Visit the link for the details of the conference http://icirht.com/index.php/about-us/aa


Important Dates

Full paper Submission 10th May 2017
Notification of Acceptance 25th May 2017
Final Paper Submission 31st May 2017
Author Registration 31st May 2017
Conference Dates 25-26 August, 2017
Post Conference Visit 27 August, 2017


The Conference brochure is attached herewith. We kindly request you to encourage your Colleagues, Research Scholars and PG Students to participate and present their papers in the International Conference.

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For any queries, feel free to contact us.


With regards

Convener, ICIRHT-2017

Email: info@icirht.comicirht2017@gmail.com

Web-site: http://icirht.com/index.php/about-us/aa

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The past three decades have seen a spate of publications that have attempted to theorize various aspects of Indian media. We are witnessing a thriving field of media research at the crossroads of a variety of academic disciplines including Anthropology, History, Sociology, Political Science, Cultural Studies, Media Studies and Communication Studies. This is an opportune moment to take stock of this rich and growing field and to create new frames that will help us better understand media’s role in the making of contemporary India. For the purpose of this seminar ‘media studies’ will refer to work on television, radio, print, web and social media as well as the more cognate fields of mobile telephony, advertising, public relations and informatics. Rather than considering these media forms and communication practices in isolation, the conference intends to look into the larger contexts where such forms and practices converge in technologies, expertise, entrepreneurial endeavors, markets and reception to produce a mediated social framework.Cyber cultures and digital technologies particularly characterize such a framework in our times, demanding a critical, inter-disciplinary engagement with media as a whole.The conference will consist of 8 single-session panels tentatively structured around the following themes: Media histories; Media pedagogy; Media industries; Audiences and Publics; Regional and Vernacular Media; Alternative Media; Media Law; New/Digital Media, and India in Global Media.

The conference is being co-sponsored by the National University of Singapore, The University of Michigan, The University of Oregon and Westminster University.  The organizers hope to publish an edited volume based on the conference proceedings which will provide a comprehensive overview of the state of Indian media studies and function as an intellectually stimulating guide for students and researchers in the field. The conference is organized by Biswarup Sen (University Oregon),Abhijit Roy (Jadavpur University) and BinduMenon (IIAS, Shimla)

A limited number of participants will be invited for the seminar. We especially encourage young scholars to apply. Those interested in participating should send an abstract (500 words maximum) of the proposed paper along with their C.V. to the following Email ID:

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History of man can be analyzed as a continuous process of accumulation of environmental prostheses. As human interpolations increase, the accommodative capacity of the planet also amplifies accordingly. In turn human beings, being typical organisms in reproductive response, expand further to fill the added capacity. Thus this vicious spiral continues. No one can deny that in his attempt to exploit natural resources, man has done extensive damage to the environment by polluting it, creating imbalances, depleting non-renewable resources, causing deforestation, and altering biological and animal diversity. Water bodies are turning into cesspools, atmosphere has become toxic, glaciers and hill resorts have taken the shape of garbage dumping sites, ozone layer is losing its combating capacity with carcinogenic rays and the global warming has already crossed its red-mark. In nutshell, man has posed a constant and organized threat to his own existence on the planet. Therefore, one important subject related to environmental concerns is conservation which aims at ensuring the unfussy survival of life in all its forms, and to make certain that natural resources are not exploited beyond their capacity of renewal. Conservation requires an understanding of ecology and the interrelationship of flora and fauna, including our own species, and with the environment. In order to signify the encouragement of a more profound understanding of the ecological balance, an ethical perspective has been proposed which is called “deep ecology.” The term envisages an intuitive awareness of the oneness of all life and the interdependence of its multiple manifestations. While on one hand this emerging perspective highlights the integrity of cosmic citizens, on the other espouses the need for discovering the intrinsic value of creation. This new ecological paradigm has its role in the vast store of human experience down the ages and can be elaborated more profoundly and lucidly in the religious worldview. As the teachers, researchers and students of the religious traditions of the world, it is our moral responsibility to play our role to sensitize the people from various religious perspectives as we believe that religion has a pivotal role to play in this context. Being aware of our responsibility we need to join our efforts to harness the movement against ecological degradation and environmental crises as we believe that religion is a part of solution rather than a part of problem. In this background the Department of Religious Studies at Central University of Kashmir is organizing a 2-day International Conference on the “Conservation of Environment and the Role of Religion” in the First week of July, 2017. The State of Jammu and Kashmir being a hub of tourism and cradle of various religious and spiritual traditions has an abundant natural fauna and flora which attracts people from all over the globe. However, these resorts and aquatic bodies are also facing extinction because of this multipronged problem of environmental degradation. It is therefore very much relevant to make people aware about the crises and involve them in the conservation drive from religious weltanschauung.

Here are some of the major subthemes which may be covered in the Conference: 1) Man-Environment Interrelationship: A Religious Perspective 2) Scriptures and Environmental Conservation 3) Environmental Ethics in Religious Perspective 4) Kashmir, Ecology and Religion 5) Religious Tourism and Ecology 6) Floods, Earthquakes, Landslides and Religion 7) Materialism, Consumerism and Environmental Degradation Any other relevant topic can also be chosen for writing an abstract for the Conference. The date of reception of the has been extended now to 30th , April 2017 and should be sent to : hamidnaseem.@gmail.com

Patron Prof. Mehraj Uddin Mir Vice Chancellor, Central University Kashmir Director of the Conference Prof. Hamidullah Marazi Head Department of Religious Studies Central University of Kashmir

Coordinator of the Conference Dr. Showkat Ahmad Shah Assistant Professor Department of Religious Studies Central University of Kashmir Organising Committee Dr. Nazir Ahmad Zargar Dr. Muied-uz-Zafar Dr. Harpal Singh Mr. Muhammad Ahmad Raza Mr. Aamir Habib Advisory Committee Prof. Muhammad Afzal Zargar, Registrar Central University of Kashmir Prof. Muhammad Aslam, Dean Research and Development Prof. Nazir Ahmad Nadeem, Dean School of Education Prof. Abdul Gani, Professor Department of Management Studies Prof. G.M. Bhat, Head Department of Economics Prof. N. A. Malik, Dean School of Languages Prof. Nair Azeem, Head Department of Zoology Dr. Sheikh Showkat, Dean & Head Department of Law Prof. Noor Ahmad Baba, Coordinator Department of Politics and Governance Prof. Farooq Ahmad, Coordinator Department of Physics Dr. Fayyaz Ahmad Nikka, Director Students’ Welfare

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