National Conference on “Fifty Years of India-Bangladesh Relations: Regionalism, Connectivity and the North-East”

National Conference on “Fifty Years of India-Bangladesh Relations: Regionalism, Connectivity and the North-East”

on 14th and 15th February 2020

Concept Note : Click Here for Concept note

Abstracts should not be of more than 500 words. The last date for the submission of the abstract is 10th December 2019. The selected list will be published in the ICSSR-NERC website on 17th December 2019 and final papers must be submitted on or before 22nd January, 2020. The abstracts should be sent by email to the Honorary Director, ICSSR-NERC only ([email protected])

ONE-DAY PANEL DISCUSSION ON “Remembering mahatma gandhi through his contributions”

ONE-DAY PANEL DISCUSSION ON
Remembering mahatma gandhi through his contributions

 Mahatma Gandhi was a destiny maker, influential personality, an institution and a philosophy by himself. He was a great reformer and practitioner of ideas. It is unbelievable that a loin-clad man could revolutionize the thought process of the humankind. Gandhian Thoughts are more relevant today than ever before in view of the widespread violence in the name of religion, selfishness, hunger for power, etc. Today’s youth seems to be less interested in realising the significance of Gandhian ideas. In order to understand Gandhi and his ideas better on account of his 150th Birth Anniversary, the ICSSR-NERC, Shillong is organising one-day Panel Discussion on Remembering Mahatma Gandhi through His Contributions in its Conference Hall on 25th October 2019 at 10.30AM. There will be four Panellists invited from different parts of the country who have profound understanding on Gandhi.

Four Panellists and the allotted topics are:

 Forenoon Session: 10.30AM -12.30 PM

Panelists & Topics: 

  • Prof. G Koteswar Prasad, Retired Professor of Madras University
    Gandhi and Sarvodaya
  • Prof. S. Pathi Professor, Public Administration, Mizoram University Gandhi on
    Satyagraha and Non-Violence
  • To be followed by Interaction
  • Lunch Break: 12.30PM – 1.30PM
  • Afternoon Session: 1.30PM -3.30PM
  • Panelists & Topics: 
  • Dr. Ravikant Mishra, Deputy Director, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, Delhi
    Gandhi on Religion and Secularism
  • Prof. P.K. Datta, Retired Professor, Calcutta University
    Decentralisation in Rural India: Gandhi’s Vision and the Emerging Reality
  • To be followed by Interaction

All are invited to take part in the day-long Panel Discussion and share your thoughts and understanding of Gandhian Ideas.