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ISSN   0975 – 1254(Print), ISSN  2249 – 9180 (Online) , RNI DELBIL/2010/31292

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Attractions:-
VEDIC CULTURE AND ITS CONTINUITY:
NEW PARADIGM AND DIMENSIONS

- Prof. Shivaji Singh

Why new debate on Vedic Culture and its continuity when a lot has already been written and said from various angles on the subject? The answer to this question may be found in the Preface of Prof. G. C. Pande's book 'Vaidika Sanskrit', which is to my knowledge one of the latest standard publications on the topic. Answering an inquisitive friend who wanted to know what propelled him to write a new book. Pendeji gives the following four reasons...

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अहिंसा का गाँधी दर्शनः एक आलोचना
-शंकर शरण

जो यह समझता है कि बर्फ के ऊपर कम्बल लपेट कर उसे गरमाया जा सकता है वह कुछ देर बाद देखेगा कि बर्फ का ठंढापन कम्बल से और भी सुरक्षित हो गया है। 2009 में भारत में असंख्य पत्र-पत्रिकाओं, सरकारी, गैर-सरकारी संस्थाओं द्वारा गाँधी जी के हिन्द स्वराज की शती मनाई गई। अधिकांश लेखों, भाषणों में लगभग एक जैसी बातें दुहराई गईः यह एक महान रचना है, कि सारी……….

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Business process outsourcing (BPO) in India: Success and challenges
- Dr. Jacob Kurien

Economic integration of global markets has prompted businesses to be more agile and competitive so as to penetrate foreign markets and establish a market niche. The 'buzz-word' in the world of business is 'cost-efficiency' and the most compelling reason for outsourcing is to reduce or control operating costs. Global corporate giants are increasingly moving to India, a nation considered to be a safe destination and provider of high quality services in outsourced operations. Business Process Outsourcing (B.P.O.) has today become a strategic choice and a viable option for achieving cost effectiveness...

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उपन्यासकार 'प्रसाद' के साहित्य सिद्धांत
-नरेन्द्र कोहली

विभिन्न उक्तियों में उल्लिखित प्रसाद के साहित्य प्रयोजन चार वर्गों में विभक्त किये जा सकते हैं : आनंद एवं मनोरंजन, अशिव का नाश तथा शिव की स्थापन, अर्थ तथा यश | भारतीय परंपरा साहित्य के साथ लोकोत्तर आनंद अथवा ब्रह्मानंद सहोदर रस का अनिवार्य संबंध मानती है | प्रसाद ने भी परम्परानुगत आनंद की स्वीकृति दी है.........

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Telemedicine: Healthcare at the doorsteps of Rural India
- Dr.Sudhansu Chamanji & Dr. Sweta Srivastava

Economically, India often seems like two separate countries: village India supported by traditional agriculture, where tens of millions—one fourth of population—live below the poverty line; and urban India, one of the most heavily industrialized areas in the world, with an increasingly middle-class population and a fast-growing economy. Rural Development has always been a problem child for Indian government, but, nevertheless, it can never be left unhandled. The reason is very simple, 70% of population is still residing in the remote corners of India…………

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Special Supliment

 
Seminars/ Workshops

दो दिवसीय शोध प्राविधि कार्यशाला समाचार वृत्त

राष्ट्रीय संगोष्ठी

'वर्तमान वैश्विक परिदृश्य : भारतीय मानविकी एवं सामाजिक विज्ञान'

दिनांक २८-३० अक्टूबर, २०१२

 

Call for Papers for a National Seminar on Cultural Nationalism

 

 

The nature of Indian nationalism has been the subject of intense debate in recent times. A lack of clarity on the subject has inhibited a meaningful response to the challenges confronting the Indian state and society. In the process of the rapid strides in globalization, while at one level the interactions amongst nations have increased, it has also resulted at another level in the strengthening the national consciousness among various groups. In this backdrop, Centre for Study of Religion and Society (CSRS), New Delhi is organizing a two day National Seminar on “Cultural Nationalism: The Indian Perspective” on 17 -18 October, 2013 in Lucknow.

 

The seminar will explore the relevance of the idea of cultural nationalism in the Indian context today. It will also focus on different intellectual traditions that have their own contributions to the Indian nationalism. Recent research in Social Sciences has, in the process of micro-study and subaltern empowerment, virtually ended up splitting up Indian society into multiple nations. All such research adheres to the colonial interpretations of Indian history and society, and as such alienated from the veritable Indianess. Our attempt would be to discover the identity of India based on the holistic study and understanding. We invite research scholars and academics to present papers focusing on any of the themes and sub-themes discussed above or enclosed thereof. Interested participants can send in their abstract in Hindi or English (not exceeding 300-400 words) along with the completed registration form.

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Themes and Sub-Themes

 

1. Nationalism in Ancient India: Referring to the Vedas, Manusmriti, Mahabharata, Arthashastra and all the writings pertaining to this period.

2. Colonial Distortions of Indian History and Society: Aryan Invasion Theory and subscribing to the Saraswati-Sindhu River Civilization; Interpretation of Medieval Islamic rule; Colonial super-structure on Sanskrit and ancient India; Aberrations during the freedom struggle; Assessment of the entire range of Indian history pragmatically- not being influenced by Eurocentric discourse.

3. Comparing and Contrasting the West and India on Nationalism: Precise history on different approaches to the life of the West and India; India’s nation-based state in contrast to western state-based nation; Western nationalism being political, territorial and secular, whereas that of India’s being cultural; Distinguishing Rashtra and Nation.

4. Cultural Nationalism in Indian Perspective: Fundamentals of Indian Unity; Phenomenal literature besetting this dimension is to be analyzed in proper perspective to bring home the point at stake.

5. Theory of Cultural Nationalism: Synthesizing Nation and Dharma; Emphasis on Dharma and Culture; Eulogizing the Glories of India of the Past; Evoking Patriotism, Organic, Divine and Idealist Theories crudely resembling the western but keeping its distinction; Integral Humanism; Universalistic Nationalism.

6. Cultural Nationalists of Modern Times: Dayananda-Bankim-Vivekananda Thought structure compounded with the Congress Nationalists; Other religio-reformists; Savants and movements including the Swadeshi movement of 1905-09; Hindu Mahasabha, RSS and other organisations.

7. Issues before the Cultural Nationalists: Partition of India; Kashmir; Territorial Integrity; Indianization; Cow protection; Swabhasha; Swadeshi (Economic Nationalism); Common Civil Code; Ram Janma Bhumi; Secularism and Minorityism.

8. Problems and Prospects of Indian Nationalism: The operational dimensions of current electoral politics and governance; Multi-nationality idea of the Indian Left (Communist-Maoist); Critical discourse on the present debate of secular-rational-liberal nationalism.

National Seminar on Cultural Nationalism: The Indian Perspective

17 -18 October, 2013, Lucknow

Registration Form

Name                                                    ………………………………………………………………………………………………

University/College/Organization    ………..……………………………………………………………………………………

Department                                       ………………………………………………………………………………………..

Address                                                                …………………………………………………………………………………………

Email                                                     …………………………………………………………………………………………

Phone and Mobile                          …………………………………………………………………………………………..

Title of the Paper                             …………………………………………………………………………………..

Theme in which the Paper is to be presented                                                    ……………………………………………..

Sub-theme under which the Paper is to be presented                                   …………………………………………….

Abstract in Hindi or English (300-400 words)

 

 

Themes and Sub-Themes

 

1. Nationalism in Ancient India: Referring to the Vedas, Manusmriti, Mahabharata, Arthashastra and all the writings pertaining to this period.

2. Colonial Distortions of Indian History and Society: Aryan Invasion Theory and subscribing to the Saraswati-Sindhu River Civilization; Interpretation of Medieval Islamic rule; Colonial super-structure on Sanskrit and ancient India; Aberrations during the freedom struggle; Assessment of the entire range of Indian history pragmatically- not being influenced by Eurocentric discourse.

3. Comparing and Contrasting the West and India on Nationalism: Precise history on different approaches to the life of the West and India; India’s nation-based state in contrast to western state-based nation; Western nationalism being political, territorial and secular, whereas that of India’s being cultural; Distinguishing Rashtra and Nation.

4. Cultural Nationalism in Indian Perspective: Fundamentals of Indian Unity; Phenomenal literature besetting this dimension is to be analyzed in proper perspective to bring home the point at stake.

5. Theory of Cultural Nationalism: Synthesizing Nation and Dharma; Emphasis on Dharma and Culture; Eulogizing the Glories of India of the Past; Evoking Patriotism, Organic, Divine and Idealist Theories crudely resembling the western but keeping its distinction; Integral Humanism; Universalistic Nationalism.

6. Cultural Nationalists of Modern Times: Dayananda-Bankim-Vivekananda Thought structure compounded with the Congress Nationalists; Other religio-reformists; Savants and movements including the Swadeshi movement of 1905-09; Hindu Mahasabha, RSS and other organisations.

7. Issues before the Cultural Nationalists: Partition of India; Kashmir; Territorial Integrity; Indianization; Cow protection; Swabhasha; Swadeshi (Economic Nationalism); Common Civil Code; Ram Janma Bhumi; Secularism and Minorityism.

8. Problems and Prospects of Indian Nationalism: The operational dimensions of current electoral politics and governance; Multi-nationality idea of the Indian Left (Communist-Maoist); Critical discourse on the present debate of secular-rational-liberal nationalism.

National Seminar on Cultural Nationalism: The Indian Perspective

17 -18 October, 2013, Lucknow

Registration Form

Name                                                    ………………………………………………………………………………………………

University/College/Organization    ………..……………………………………………………………………………………

Department                                       ………………………………………………………………………………………..

Address                                                                …………………………………………………………………………………………

Email                                                     …………………………………………………………………………………………

Phone and Mobile                          …………………………………………………………………………………………..

Title of the Paper                             …………………………………………………………………………………..

Theme in which the Paper is to be presented                                                    ……………………………………………..

Sub-theme under which the Paper is to be presented                                   …………………………………………….

Abstract in Hindi or English (300-400 words)

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Call for Teaching Cases on Business Management and Entrepreneurship

Teaching, Management and Entrepreneurship is very much different than regular teaching style which we are using since past so many years. The scenario has drastically changed and now there is great demand of case teaching style in higher education.   The major aim of this book is to publish some relevant cases which can be used in business management and other related courses for teaching.  This book would be helpful to the academia & other Entrepreneurship Development institutions. The Sub-themes are given below:

 

1.       Tourism & Agri-Business Management

2.      Supply chain Business Management

3.      Family Business Management

4.      Self-help Group &  Women Empowerment

5.      Religious & Social-Entrepreneurship Development

6.      Management of Organic Products Business

7.       Marketing Management of New Business

8.      New Business Creation and New Venture Planning

9.      Human Recourse Management

10.   Organisational Conflict

11.    Business Negotiation

12.   Cost and Management Practices

13.   Rural and Agri-based Entrepreneurship

14.   Industrial and Corporate Finance

15.   Indian Banking and Microfinance Institutions

 

Who Can Submit?

Authors are urged to pose research that makes significant contributions to the literature. Anyone (Academician, Scholars or Industry People) may submit an unpublished Case Study to be considered for publication provided he /she owns the copyright to the work being submitted or is authorized by the copyright owner or owners to submit the Case Study. Authors will own the copy right of article only up to publication.

Call for Cases:

  • ·         Cases are invited from Renowned Professors, Faculties of Marketing, HR, Finance, Economics, Disaster Management, General Management, Resource Management, Environmental Management and research scholars with an abstract/summery of 250 words latest by 30th May, 2013.
  • The abstract should provide an outline of the main themes/questions and research method.
  • Each Teaching Case must have Case Questions at the end of the case.
  • ·         Each Teaching Case must have to accompany a declaration by all the contributors.

Guidelines for Preparing Full Text of Teaching Case

  1. Title of the Teaching Cases: (title will be bold and all capital in the Times New Roman 12 pt.)
  2. Teaching Case: Should be strictly in accordance to the theme of the book.
  3. Name & Address of Author(s): (in the Times New Roman 12 pt.)
  4. E-mail: (of corresponding Author).
  5. Short Authors Biography- 100 words
  6. Key Words: Maximum Five (5).
  7. Abstract:  A short abstract/Summery (250 words) is to be in the Times New Roman in MS word 10 pt. should come first to the full Case Study.
  8. Lay out of the Teaching Case: 
  • Times New Roman 12 pt.
  • The section heading should be bold with only first letter as capital and have to start from left hand side. 
  • The case is to be typed (single column) in 20cmX14cm space on A4 size paper. The article should be typewritten preferably in new Times New Roman font with 12 sizes (English) in MS-Word. Further, it may have setting of one & half space on A4 paper having margins of 1.5” on left side and 1” on other three sides.  Paragraphs are to be indented 0.5 cm from the left.
  • Figures and tables have to be inserted at appropriate places along with captions.
  • Case Study should not exceed twenty (15) pages, double spacing including text, references, and exhibits.
  1.  Declaration: Saying that, they are the authors of the paper, and the case is original, has not been published and submitted for publication elsewhere.

References: References, at the end of the case must provide complete information of each source. Arrange references in alphabetical order by the last name of the first author and then by his initials. The following style of reference may be strictly followed:

  • Journal: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, name of the paper, name of the journal (italic), volume number, issue number and page number.
  • Book: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, title of the book (italic), name of publisher, place of publication and page numbers.
  • Edited Book: Authors last name, initials, year of publication, name of the editor, title of the book (italic), name of publisher, place of publication and page numbers.
  • Report of Institution/Govt.: full name of the institution/ministry, year of publication, place of publication.

Addresses for Queries:

One hard copy or email with case as attachment must be sent till date 30th May, 2013 on below given address.

Address for Communication:

Editor, Shodh Sanchayan

409 Shantiwan

 2A/244A, Azad Nagar, Kanpur-208002

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