1 XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress mUurkyhloka Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vf/kos'ku Focal Theme EMERGING INTERFACES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA December 01-05, 2015 MANGALORE ORGANISED BY Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND MANGALORE UNIVERSITY MANGALORE (KARNATAKA) INDIA 2 XXXIX XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS DECEMBER 01-05, 2015 MANGALORE UNIVERSITY MANGALORE President: President-elect: Prof. R.C. Tripathi Indian Academy of Social Sciences Hawaghar 37/2, Chatham Lines, Allahabad 211002 Email: ramacharan.tripathi@gmail.com M: 09305838659 Prof. B.M. Hegde Indian Academy of Social Sciences Manjunath, Pais Hills,Bajai Mangalore-575 004 (Karnataka) Email: hegdebm@gmail.com M: 09449442000 Chairman Local Organizing Secretary ORGANISING COMMITTEE Prof. K. Byrappa Vice-Chancellor Mangalore University Mangalore - (Karnataka) 574 199 Email: kbyrappa@gmail.com Tel: 0891-2844222, 2844333 Prof. Rajaram Tolpadi Local Organizing Secretary XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Department of Political Science Mangalore University, Mangalore 574 199 Email:rtolpadi@gmail.com, Website: mangaloreuniversity.ac.in M: 08971482187 Vice-President Vice-President Prof. O.R. Reddy Indian Academy of Social Sciences Flat No. 1, Shri Lalita Apartment Kiralampudi Layout Andhra University Gate (Down) Visakhapatnam 530 003 (A.P.) Email: orreddyvizag@gmail.com Tel: 0891-2575914 M: 9849454838 Prof. C.K. Raju Indian Academy of Social Sciences B-56 Tarang Apartments 19, I.P. Extension, Delhi 110092 Email: c_k_raju@hotmail.com M: 09310431415 Treasurer General Secretary Prof. Jagdish Narain Indian Academy of Social Sciences 10/3B, Bank Road Teachers Colony, Allahabad 211 002 Email: jnpurwar@rediffmail.com M: 099366844535 Dr. N.P. Chaubey Indian Academy of Social Sciences Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211004, India Tel: (O) 0532-2544245 Telefax: 0532-2544170 E-mail: issaald@gmail.com Website: www.issaindia.in IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS: October 15, 2015 LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF FULL PAPERS: November 2, 2015 LAST DATE FOR REGISTRATION WITHOUT LATE FEE: November 15, 2015 LAST DATE FOR BOOKING OF HOSTEL/GUESTHOUSE ACCOMMODATION: November 20, 2015 Papers received after November 03 to 30, 2015 onward will be printed after the XXXIX ISSC. All accepted papers would be put on Website by November 20, 2015. Only Registered Delegates shall be provided free accommodation and free food. Details of allotment of accommodation shall be put on website b yNovember 25, 2015. Websites: ISSA: www.issaindia.in Mangalore University: www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in 3 CONTENTS Page (i) A Letter of Invitation from the President (ii) A Letter of Invitation from the Vice-Chancellor i ii XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Preamble 1 Focal Theme: – Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India 1 Plenaries 2 Research Committees 2 Interdisciplinary Thematic Panels 6 Seminars/Symposia/Workshops/Colloquia 6 Special Symposium Theme 7 Special/Public Lectures 7 Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop for Young Scientists 7 Fifth All India Young Scientists Convention 7 Exhibition 8 Task Force 8 Submission of Papers 8 Medium 9 Last Dates 9 Gold Medals 9 Registration 9 Membership 10 Travel Support 10 Structure of Programmes 11 Boarding and Lodging 11 Reception 11 Sight Seeing 12 Certificate 12 Whom to contact? 12 Websites 13 Focal Theme – Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India (A Note) 14 Chairpersons, Co-chairpersons, Conveners and Co-conveners of IRC 23 Chairpersons/Co-chairpersons of Thematic Panels 29 Chairpersons And Conveners of Symposia/Seminars/Workshops/Colloquia 34 National Academic Advisory Committee 37 Mangalore University – A Brief Profile 42 Indian Academy of Social Sciences 43 Presidents : Past, Present And Future 48 Indian Social Science Congress: Past sessions 49 Executive Council (2015-2016) 50 Publications 53 Forms: …… Abstract Form Declaration Form Membership Form Registration Form Accommodation And Food Form Travel Form 4 5 6 XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS I PREAMBLE Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) in association with Mangalore University shall hold 39th session of Indian Social Science Congress (ISSC) from December 1-5, 2015 at Mangalore with a view to developing and disseminating science of Nature-Humans-Society in Indian context through appraisal and integration of current research and theories in all subjects of science including Philosophy and Humanities for enabling people of India to enjoy higher order of material, social and cultural life while living in peace and harmony with Nature. All university and college teachers, research students, research scientists working in Research Institutes and laboratories of DST, CSIR, ICMR, ICAR, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR and other privately funded deemed universities and research institutes are cordially invited to participate in it. Policy planners, social activists and social thinkers having concern for science of Nature-Humans-Society too are cordially invited. II FOCAL THEME The Indian Academy of Social sciences and Mangalore University have resolved to focus deliberations of XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress on ‘Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India’, which is an extension of the deliberations on ‘Knowledge Systems, Scientific Temper and the Indian People,’ held at XXXVIII Indian Social Science Congress in March 29-April 2, 2015, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam. A note on it prepared by National Academic Advisory Committee is given on pp 14-22. As is well known social science is used to denote basic character of scientific knowledge of Nature-Humans-Society and not the current divisions in science. All subjects of science and technology, therefore, fall under the phrase ‘Social Science’. Also, the word ‘Nature’ today encompasses all that exists (non-living as well living) on, within, above, below and around the Planet Earth. Humans and Societies too are integral to Nature as old conceptions of Nature, Humans and Societies are no longer valid. It is in this sense that our scientists of all subjects are hereby invited to examine the interfaces of their subjects with other subjects and the necessity, relevance and validity of scientific knowledge produced by them to the Public Policy in India. Major objectives are as follows: 1. To examine the interfaces of Social Science knowledge and its relevance and utilization for Public Policy India. 2. To discover and develop an integrated theory and method of Social Science/Science of Nature-Humans- Society. 3. To examine the scientific foundations of all public policies in Democratic Republic of India 4. To comprehend the connections between Social Science/Science of Nature-Humans-Society and Public Policy in India and elsewhere. 5. To analyse the differentials of Politics of Public Policy and Science of Public Policy. 6. To work out an appropriate scientific strategy for appropriate utilization of social science/science of Nature-Humans-Society for shaping/reshaping Public Policies having bearing on the wellbeing of the People of India in particular, and the people of the world in general. III PLENARIES It is proposed to hold 8 plenaries on the focal theme, ‘Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India’ during the XXXIX Indian Social Science. There will be three eminent scholars representing three subjects making substantive presentation in each plenary and two discussants. Each plenary, therefore, will be multidisciplinary. XXXIX 7 Following are the tentative themes of the plenaries on the focal theme: 1. Public Policies of Democratic Development of All: A Historical View/or Persperctive/National Goals of Democratic Transformation And Public Policies In Post-Colonial India/A Critical Review of Public Policies in Democratic Republic of India 2. Economic Policies And Economic Development in Post-Colonial India 3. Science And Technology Policy And Development And Utilization of Indigenous S&T For National Goals of Self-Reliant And Equitable Growth 4. Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science And Agrarian Development/or Crisis 5. Education Policy And Schools, Colleges And Universities in Post-Colonial India 6. Impact of Policy of Privatisation And Globalisation on Indian Economy, Education, Health And Culture 7. Health Policy, Medical And Health Education System and Peoples Health 8. Policy of Social Justice, Judicial System And Social Justice Today 9. Correlating Constitutional Goals of Equality, Freedom and Fraternity With The Ground Social Reality 10. Ecological And Environmental Policy and Ecological And Environmental Crisis 11. Policy of Non-Violence and Growing Violence in Post-Colonial India 12. Evolving Strategy For Greater Role of Social Science In Formulation of National Policies of Democratic Development IV RESEARCH COMMITTEES There are 19 Research Committees representing 32 disciplines of science of Nature-Humans-Society in the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. Each discipline shall deliberate (a) upon the interface and connections between Public Policy and the scientific knowledge being produced within it and (b) current research and theory. Each Research Committee has a chairman, a co-chairman, a convener, a co-convener and 15-20 members from all over India.(See pp 23-28 for details) Each RC is expected to plan its academic issues that it thinks are relevant and of high social and scientific significance. Some Public Policies have been listed for each of the 19 Research Committees tentatively. The same are given below: 1. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND HOME SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science And Agrarian Problems/Crisis - Land Policy And Agriculture - Water Policy And Agriculture - GM Crops And Foods - Agriculture Cost Policy - Comparative Analysis of Agriculture Vs Industrial Policy - Impact of Chemical Fertilizer and Pesticides on Food and Health - Farmers suicides and Agricultural Policy - Agri-Climate, Multi-Agricultural Business - Science of Organic Farming 2. ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY AND ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Historical view of Public Policy since the British Rule - Valuation of Archaeological Excavations - Historiography And Politics of History - Museum Policy - Interface of Art And Culture - FOR ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Archaeology, History and Anthropology - Anthropological Survey of India and its Policy of Man And Society - Connection Between Physical And Social Anthropology - Policy of preservation and problems of well-being of Indigenous People/Tribes 8 - Policy of Dispossession and Rehabilitation of Indigenous Peoples/Tribes (Scheduled Tribes Policy) - Policy of Modernization of Indigenous Peoples/Tribes - Extinction of Indigenous People and Their languages 3. BILOGICAL/LIFE SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Biological/Life Science (Biophysics, Bio-chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Eco-biology, socio-biology, Bio-psychology) etc. - Foundations of Biological, Genesis, Evolution and growth of life. - Biological Warfare - Interfaces of Biotechnology - Biomedical Engineering - Indigenous knowledge of Medicinal Plants and Health Policy - Ethno Botany, Ancient Science of Medicinal Plants And Health Policy - Genome and Human Genetic Policy - Policy for preservation of life on Planet Earth – Western Ghats And Himalayas 4. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCE - Interfaces of Computer Science and Communication Science - Implication of Digital Policy - Virtual World Vs Real World - IT and Language - IT and Education - IT and Economy - IT and Culture - IT and Violence 5. EARTH SCIENCE, PLANETARY SCIENCE AND GEOGRAPHY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Earth, Planetary and Geographical Science - Policy For Preservation Life Supporting System - Global Warming And Climate Change - Deforestisation, Mining and Desertification - Natural Disaster Management Policy - Policy For Arresting Desertification of Earth - Atmospheric Science And Oceanic Science - Marine Science And Ocean Policy 6. ECOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Ecological And Environmental Science and Sustainable Development - Waste-Management Policy - Public Policy on Ecology and Environment - Ecological Policy for Preservation of Western Ghats and Himalayas - Impact of Green Technology Policy on Ecology and Environment - Natural Resources And Biodiversity - Preservation of Wild Life And other Species 7. ECONOMICS, COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Economics, Commerce and Management Science - Current Research and Theory of Economic Development - Capital-intensive Vs Labour Intensive Economic Development - Foreign Direct Investment - Distribution of Wealth - Labour Policy And Labour Employment - Growth with Job Vs Jobless Growth Policy - Self-Reliance Vs Import-led Development Policy - Economic Policies and Industrial Development - Industrial Policy - Rural Development Policy 9 - Special Economic Zone Policy - Urban Development Policy - Indian Economy And Its People - Policy of Equality and Growing Disparity - Neo-liberal Policies And Economic Development Programmes Make-In-India Policy - Poverty Alleviation Policies, Programmes And growing Poverty, And Unemployment; Global Economic Crisis and WTO 8. EDUCATION RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Education - Education Policy in Democratic Republic of India - Universalization of Education - Education for All And Status of Literacy - School Education Policy And Standards of School Education - Connection between School Education and University Education - Language Policy of Education and Research - Policy For publication of Researches in Indian languages - Policy for Science Education - Policy For Medical Science Education - Policy For University Education - Policy for Technology Education - Policy For Skill Generation Education - Distance And Open Education - Promotion of Tests and Coaching Institutes - Policy For Contract Teachers and Policy of Keeping the posts vacant 9. ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Technology Policy and Technology Development - Impact of Brain Drain on growth of Indigenous S&T - Interfaces of Engineering Science and Technology - Development and utilization of Indigenous Technology - Impact of Policy on development and utilization of indigenous Technology and Engineering Science - Status of utilization of Technological Management - Technology Import Policy And Its impact on growth of Indigenous Technology 10. INTERNATIONAL RELATION STUDIES AND DEFENCE & STRATEGIC STUDIES RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of International Studies, Defence & Strategic Studies - Correlation Between Domestic Policy and Foreign Policy - UN Security Council - Non-Alignment And After - SARRC - BRICS - India’s East Poicy - India-Pak-China Policy - Policy with Neighbours - Internecine War - Post-Cold War Policy - 11. JURIDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Land Laws - Constitution of India And Legislation - Interfaces of Juridical Science - From Colonial Jurisprudence to Democratic Jurisprudence - Social Conflicts, Violence and Social Justice - Juridical Accountability 10 - Criminal Laws And Capital Punishment - Labour Laws - Social Justice And Social Conflicts 12. LINGUISTICS REASEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Linguistics - Language Policy and Language Development - Education And Research in Indian Languages - Commerce and Language - Culture and Language - Extinction of Indian Languages - Vanishing Languages And Vanishing Culture - Social hierarchy/Social Stratification As Reflected in the Language - To Plan Language is To Plan A Society: Contribution to Language management and Planning. 13. MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Policy For Mathematical Science Education - Interfaces of Mathematical and Statistical Science - Education and Research in Mathematical and Statistic and Science - Socio-Economic Use of Statistical Knowledge - Preventing misapplication and misuse of statistics 14. MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Medical and Health Science - Bio-medical Science - AYUSH And Medical Science - Social Medicine and Community Health - Health Policy and Medical and Health Science - Population Policy and Medical and Health Science - Drug Policy And Drug Industries - Commercialization of Medical Science Education 15. PHILOSOPHY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Philosophy and Its Interface with Science - Philosophy And Science/Social Science - Epistemological Question of Science - Ethical and Moral Foundation of Society vis-à-vis Public Policy - Philosophy of Public Policy in Democratic Republic of India - Philosophy of Humanities Vs Science 16. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Physical Science - Interfaces of Chemical Science - Science Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Nuclear Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Energy Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Impact of Physical and Chemical Science on Peoples’ Health and Environment - Connection of Physics and Chemistry with other Subjects of Science 17. POLITICAL SCIENCE - Interfaces of Political Science with Economics, Sociology, History, Psychology etc - Politics of Economic Development - Politics of Public Policy - Nature of Politics in Democratic Republic of India - Political Parties and Their Policies - State, Society and People - Politics of Violence and Terrorism - Politics Vs Science 11 18. PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Psychology with Physics, Biology, Medical & Health Science, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Linguistics, Political Science, Archaeology, History, Geography, Earth Science etc. - Socialization and Cognition - Mental Health - Peoples Needs And National Policy - Psychology of Colonized Minds Vs Psychology of Free or Decolonized Minds 19. SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Sociology & Social Work - Sociology of Knowledge - Sociology of Politics And Economy - Sociology of Science - Sociology of Technology - Sociology of Family, Community, Society and State - Sociology of Language - Application of Sociology for Betterment of Social Reform V INTERDISCIPLINARY THEMATIC PANEL There are 21 interdisciplinary Thematic Panels in the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. Each Thematic Panel is about some vital social problems, resolution of which demands application of high order of scientific knowledge. Each science subject does address to these in one way or other. What is expected is the integrate of such scientific knowledge across various subjects. Research scientists of diverse disciplines together with the policy planners, social thinkers and social activists and administrators are welcome to exchange their thoughts in order to evolve a coherent theory and method capable of solving the given problem if put to use honestly and sincerely. These Panels are as follows: 1. Conflicts, War, Peace and Social Security 2. Democracy And Human Rights 3. Ecological and Environmental Protection Movements 4. Ethics of Science and Society 5. Global Warming and Climate Change 6. History and Philosophy of Science 7. Information Technology, Mass Media and Culture 8. Labour in Organized and Unorganized Sectors 9. Nation, States and Emerging Challenges 10. Natural Resources, Bio-diversity and Geographic Information System 11. Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights 12. Peasants, Livelihood and Land-use 13. People (Dalits, Tribes, Women, Peasants, etc) Struggles And Movements For Equitable Democratic Society 14. Peoples Health and Quality of Life 15. Political Economy of India 16. Population, Poverty and Migration 17. Rural Technology, Social Organisations and Rural Development 18. Science Communication and Science Popularization 19. Science, Technology and Social Development 20. Social Processes, Social Structures and Social Alienation 21. Unity of Science /Science of Nature-Humans-Society VII SEMINARS/SYMPOSIA/WORKSHOPS/COLLOQUIA It is proposed to organize a series of seminars/symposia./workshops/colloquia on following issues prior to, during and after XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress in order to evolve a comprehensive knowledge on ‘Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India’. These are as follows: 12 (i) INTERNATIONAL (i) Social Interfaces of Biotechnology and Public Policy (ii) Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy (iii) Global Economic Crisis (ii) NATIONAL (i) Social Science In India: Current Research, Theory And Public Policy (ii) Indian Economy and Its Peoples Today (iii) Linking Traditional/Ancient Science with Modern Science (iv) Social Implications of GM Crops/Foods (v) Language of Education And Research: English Vs Indian Languages (vi) Make-In-India Policy And Its Implications (vii) Impact of Contract Teaching on Education And Research (viii) Agrarian Crisis And Agricultural Policy (ix) Evolving New Approach To Energy For Sustainable Economic Growth (x) Interactive Workshop on Drug Policy, Health Policy And Drug Industry (xi) Ecological Sustainability of Smart City Policy (III) SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM THEME Indian Academy of Social Sciences and Mangalore University shall hold following two interdisciplinary special symposium having great relevance to the people of Karnataka in particular and India as a whole. I. Karnataka And Its People Today II. Conservation of Western Ghats One is welcome to submit papers for any of these as per his/her deeper concern. Also, universities, colleges and Research Institutes inclined to collaborate are requested to write to the General Secretary of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences or the Organizing Secretary, XXXIX ISSC, Mangalore University. VIII SPECIAL/PUBLIC LECTURES Eminent scientists, policy planners and social activists shall be delivering special/public lectures during the 39th Indian Social Science Congress. IX INTERDISCIPLINRY RESEARCH METHOD WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS ISSA has resolved to start organization of Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop for capacity building in young research students and teachers with effect from the 39th Indian Social Science Congress. The workshop will provide opportunity to young scientists to interact with senior scientists of diverse subjects in order to acquire better comprehension of interdisciplinary research methods. All those who are registered for M. Phil, Ph.D and the young teachers are welcome to contact the following for further details: Dr. Sandeep Narula, Convener Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Associate Professor Care : IIHMR University, 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302029 (Rajasthan) Email: sandeep@iihmr.edu.in M: 08058760911 13 X FIFTH ALL INDIA YOUNG SCIENTISTS CONVENTION It is proposed to hold Fifth All India Young Scientists Convention during the 39th Indian Social Science Congress. The Convention shall, among other issues, deliberate upon the following: I. Interdisciplinary Workshop on Research Methods and Theories II. Impact of Contract Teaching On Growth of Young Scientists III. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on Linkages Between Science And Public Policy IV. Young Scientists’ Perception of Nature of Research Guidance in Universities, Colleges and Research Institutes V. Problems of Placement of Young Scientists VI. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on National Eligibility and Other Tests. VII. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on Language of Research and Education: English Vs Indian All young scientists engaged in research and teaching are cordially invited to submit papers and participate in the Convention. Following can be contacted for further details: Please write to the following for further details: Prof. N. Sambasiva Rao (Chairman) Joint Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences Care: Department of Commerce and Management Studies College of Arts and Commerce Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Email: auissc2015@gmail.com M: 09848170274 Dr. Kali Chittibabu (Convener) C/o Dr. K. Syamaladevi, D no-314-a, Sec-7 Steel Plant Visakhapatnam 530032 Email: chitti4479@gmail.com M: 09441455937 Dr. Sandeep Narula Convener Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop Associate Professor IIHMR University, 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302029 (Rajasthan) Email: sandeep@iihmr.edu.in M: 08058760911 Please contact/write to the following for further information: Dr. N.P. Chaubey General Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences 5, Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211 004 (U.P.) Email: issaald@gmail.com Tel: 0532-2544245 (O) 0532-2544570 (R) Website: www.issaindia.in XI EXHIBITION It is proposed to organize an exhibition depicting art, culture, creativity, innovations, ecological and environmental conditions of people of Karnataka and neighboring States like Kerala, Maharashtra, Telengana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Books, Journals and posters too will be welcome. All those who wish to put up their artifacts are welcome to contact the following: Prof. Rajaram Tolpadi Local Organizing Secretary XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Department of Political Science Mangalore University, Mangalore 574 199 Email: rtolpadi@gmail.com, Website: mangaloreuniversity.ac.in M: 08971482187 XII TASK FORCE A Task Force constituted by the Executive Council shall deliberate upon deliberations of the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress in post-dinner session in order to discover newer ideas, theories and methods having relevance to Science and Society and shall submit its report to the General Assembly of delegates on December 5, 2015 at 1430 hour for discussion and adoption. 14 XIII SUBMISSION OF PAPERS Research or review-based papers by all those who are doing research in universities, colleges, research institutes of DST, CSIR, ICMR, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, AIIMs, PGIs, Medical and Health Science, universities and colleges, R&D organizations, etc are invited for presentation at XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. Policy planners, social activists, social thinkers and public administrators too are welcome to submit their papers and participate in the Indian Social Science Congress. Industries too are welcome to present their thoughts and experience on public policy vis-à-vis indigenous Science and Technology. All papers should be typed on A-4 size in 10 font. Maximum length of a paper can be 7000 words or 30 typed pages. Its abstract stating hypothesis, method and results should be within 500 words. Each paper is to be accompanied by a duly signed ‘Declaration Form’ given in the Annexure stating that the paper is based on the author’s original works and has not been copied from any source and that it has neither been presented anywhere nor submitted for publication or presentation anywhere. XIV MEDIUM Hindi and English are the official language of Indian Social Science Congress. So papers can be submitted either in Hindi or in English. Papers in any other Indian language too can be submitted along with its translation in Hindi or English. ISSA wishes to have all Indian languages as the official medium of ISSC. However, it doesn’t have the necessary resources for the same till date. XV LAST DATES Last dates for submission of papers are as follows: 1. Last date for submission of abstract of Papers: October 15, 2015 2. Last date for submission of full paper: November 02, 2015 Papers will be received even after the last date. But no paper shall be received after November 30, 2015. Papers received after November 02, 2015 shall be printed only after the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress is over. XVI GOLD MEDALS Dr. A.K. Tharien Gold Medal and Prof. B.V. Rangarao Gold Medal will be awarded for the best papers presented at XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. However, these awards will be given at next Indian Social Science Congress. XVII REGISTRATION All those who wish to present their research papers at XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress are required to get themselves registered by paying the stipulated registration fee. Details of registration fee are as follows: CATEGORY Up to November 15, 2015 From November 16, 2015 1. Member Delegate Rs. 3,000.00 Rs. 3,500.00 2. Non-Member Delegate Rs. 4,000.00 Rs. 4,500.00 3. Institutional Member Delegates (upto three persons) Rs. 10,000.00 Rs. 12,000.00 4. Non Member Institutional Delegates (upto three persons) Rs. 15,000.00 Rs. 18,000.00 5. Member Student Delegates Rs. 2,000.00 Rs. 2,500.00 6. Non-Member Student Delegate Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 3,000.00 7. Local Delegate Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 3,000.00 8. Foreign Delegates (a) From Afro-Asian-Latin American countries (b) From other countries (North America And Europe) Rs. 5,000.00 US $ 500.00 Rs. 6,000.00 US $ 600.00 9.Accompanying Persons* (i) Indian (ii) Afro-Asian-Latin American countries (iii) Other Foreign countries (North America And Europe) Rs. 2,000.00 Rs. 2,500.00 US $ 200.00 Rs. 2,500.00 15 *The word ‘accompanying person’ means wife or husband or child. A child below the age of 6 years shall not be charged for food. Co-authors of paper will not be treated as accompany persons One who is not a member but wishes to become member of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences can send the membership fee and the registration fee meant for member-delegate along with filled-in membership and registration forms. An institution/organization can depute its three or more representatives to the Indian Social Science Congress. In the event of more than three representatives, the cost of registration for individual delegate (member or non-member) shall be payable by the concerned institution/organization. Unregistered scholars attending XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress shall be required to buy the food coupon from the counter. No certificate shall be issued to unregistered scholars or scholars who have registered without submitting any papers. No one will be entitled to receive literature of XXXIX ISSC without registration. The Registered delegate is entitled to receive kitbags, all publications of the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress including its proceedings free of cost, free hostel accommodation, free meals, and free transport from the Guest/Hostel to the venue of XXXIX ISSC. The Organizing Committee may provide free or on payment transport from the railway station/airport to the Guest House/Hostel depending upon its resources. However, delegates staying in hotels or on their own shall not be entitled for free transport. Local registered delegates will be entitled for kitbags, free lunch, day tea/coffee and banquets only. Free Breakfast, lunch, day tea and dinner will be available to registered delegates with effect from evening of November 30, 2015 to the evening of December 05 2015 only. The registration fee should be sent to the Member Secretary, Indian Academy of Social Sciences by an account payee DD in favour of Indian Academy of Social Sciences payable at Allahabad under registered cover. Outstation cheque or money order will not be entertained. Multicity cheques will be accepted. Although on the spot registration will be made, yet the Organizing Committee is not bound to provide hostel accommodation to such outstation delegates if the accommodation is not available. It is, therefore, advisable to get registered within the stipulated time in order to avoid last minutes inconvenience. The invited scholars and members of the Executive Council, NAAC, Organizing Committee, Research Committees, Thematic Panels, Task Force and other bodies and special invitees are advised to pay the registration fee within the stipulated period and act in accordance with advice by the General Secretary, Indian Academy of Social Sciences. None is exempted from registration fee. Registration is necessary for enabling the Organizing Committee to arrange accommodation and food for all. Timely registration and intimation of need for accommodation will facilitate planning for food and accommodation. Refund of the registration fee will be made after deducting 40% as the service charges if the request for it is received before November 25, 2015. Literature of the XXXIX ISSC, however, shall not be supplied in such cases. Those who have registered but are not able to attend the XXXIX ISSC because of unavoidable reasons would be supplied all the publications if their request for refund is not received within the stipulated date or if they do not wish refund. In the event of more than one author of a paper, all will be required to pay the registration fee individually. Co-author of a paper shall not be treated as accompanying person. 16 XVIII MEMBERSHIP Indian Social Science Congress is open to ISSA members as well non-members. Those who wish to become members of ISSA are advised to post their membership fee along with filled-in membership form to the General Secretary. Such new members shall be eligible for concession in registration fee of XXXIX ISSC. XIX TRAVEL SUPPORT All the scholars working in universities, colleges, research institutes, laboratories and R&D organizations shall be expected to seek travel and registration support from their respective organizations. Those who are retired or do not enjoy any institutional support are advised to write to the General Secretary, Indian Academy of Social Sciences before October 15, 2015. All research students in receipt of UGC/CSIR/ICSSR/ICHR/ICPR Fellowships shall meet their travel and registration fee from their contingency grants. Such research students who are not receiving any fellowship are advised to write to the General Secretary along with ‘bonafide’ and ‘non-receipt of Fellowship’ from their Registrar. Partial or full support will be provided on availability of fund. All Plenary speakers, Chairpersons/Conveners not having institutional support are advised to inform the General Secretary at the earliest. All requests for travel support will be considered by the appropriate committee and decision will be communicated by November 15, 2015. No one without paper and without prior commitment by the General Secretary in writing shall be entitled for travel support and on the spot payment of the TA bill is subject to receipt of UGC Grant before November 30, 2015 by Mangalore University. XX STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES Programmes of XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress will be structured in following manner: TIME SESSIONS 0900-1300 Plenaries on Focal Theme 1300-1400 LUNCH 1400-1700 PARALLEL SESSIONS (i) 19 Research Committees (ii) 21 Thematic Panels (iii) Interdisciplinary Seminars/Symposia/Workshops/Colloquia (iv) Young Scientists Meeting 1700-1900 SPECIAL/PUBLIC LECTURE Annual Meeting of the General House 1900-2000 CULTURAL PROGRAMME 2000-2100 DINNER 2100-2300 TASK FORCE MEETING Young Scientists Meeting Ad Hoc Group Discussions Delegates Interactive Meeting An outline of the Programmes is given on the cover page (Inside). Actual Programmes will be available to all registered delegates from the Registration Counter with effect from November 30, 2015 afternoon at Mangalore University. XXI BOARDING AND LODGING All registered outstation delegates shall be provided free accommodation, transport, food with effect from November 30, 2015 evening to December 05, 2015 evening. 17 Of those registered delegates who wish to stay in hotels, are advised to make their own arrangements for transport from hotels to the venue of the Congress. The Organizing Committee shall not be involved in dealing with hotels. Also, there will not be any concession in the registration fee. All the registered delegates wishing to avail free hostel/Guest House accommodation are advised to mail the filled-in Accommodation and Food Form and Travel Form to the Local Organizing Secretary before November 20, 2015. Allotment of accommodation will be put on Mangalore University’s website: www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in by November 25, 2015. XXII RECEPTION The Organizing Committee shall make arrangement of reception and transport of registered delegates at Mangalore airport and Mangalore Railway Station. All the registered delegates are requested to mail the filled ‘Travel Form’ to the Local Organizing Secretary intimating him their travel details before November 25, 2015. Mangalore University is about 40 Km away from Mangalore Airport and 20 Km away from Mangalore Central Railway Station. There will be volunteers with banners posted at airport and railway station. XXIII SIGHT SEEING Mangalore and its surroundings treasures of history, art, culture and ecology. Those coming from north India or abroad should see these places. The Organizing Committee shall make arrangement for visit to these places on Nov 30 and December 6, 2015. All those who wish to avail the opportunity should write to the Local Organizing Secretary well in advance. XXIV CERTIFICATE Certificates will be available from the registration counter with effect from December 5, 2015 morning. All the registered delegates are advised to submit a ‘Self-Appraisal Report’ to the registration counter. Although all are expected to stay on for the whole duration of ISSC, yet those who have to leave because of some urgency, are advised to inform the registration counter the date and time of their departure along with their mailing addresses. XV WHOM TO CONTACT? Please mail your paper, membership, registration to the following: Dr. N.P. Chaubey General Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences 5, Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211004 Tel: (R) 0532-2544570, (O) 0532-2544245 E-mail: issaald@gmail.com Website: www.issaindia.in Please mail Food and Accommodation Form and Arrival/Departure Form as well inquiry about sight seeing to the following: Prof. Rajaram Tolpadi Local Organizing Secretary XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Department of Political Science Mangalore University, Mangalore 574 199 Email: rtolpadi@gmail.com, Website: www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in M: 08971482187 18 Please write about Fifth All India Young Scientists Convention to the following. 1. Prof. N. Sambasiva Rao (Chairman) Joint Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences Care: Department of Commerce and Management Studies College of Arts and Commerce Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Email: auissc2015@gmail.com M: 09848170274 2. Dr. Kali Chittibabu (Convener) C/o Dr. K. Syamaladevi D no-314-a, Sec 7, Steel Plant Visakhapatnam 530032 Email: chitti4479@gmail.com M: 09441455937 Please mail your Registration Form seeking participation in the Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop to the following: Dr. Sandeep Narula, Associate Professor Convener Interdisciplinary Research Method Workshop Indian Academy of Social Sciences Care : IIHMR University, 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302029 (Rajasthan) Email: sandeep@iihmr.edu.in M: 08058760911 You are welcome to correspond with chairpersons/co-chairpersons/conveners/co-conveners of 19 Research Committees, 21 Thematic Panels and numerous international/national seminars/symposia/workshop/colloquia. Their names, addresses, etc are given on pp 23-36. General Secretary and the Local Organizing Secretary shall always be available to you. Please visit our websites for further information: ISSA: Website: www.issaindia.in Mangalore University: Website: www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in 37 XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS A NOTE ON THE FOCAL THEME EMERGING INTER-FACES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA 9* 0100 PREAMBLE Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) in association with Mangalore University shall focus the deliberations of XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress in December 1-5, 2015 on Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India with a view to improving the scientific base of Public Policies capable of improving the quality of life of People of India, their socio-cultural relations and friendly relations with Nature. 0200 EMERGING INTER-FACES The last few decades have seen a significant shift that has taken place in the manner of knowledge creation. This shift clearly indicates that there has been a narrowing of boundaries of disciplines and a greater amount of networking among sciences both in terms of theory and method with a view to solving significant human and social problems faced by the present day world and, also in preparing it better for the future. Indian scientists, though, still have to warm up to the idea of trans- disciplinarity in sciences. This is particularly true in social science research and teaching. Keeping this in view, the focus of the 39th Indian Social Science Congress will be to deliberate on taking stock of the social science knowledge that is getting created at the various inter-faces of social sciences and to consider how the same can be put to use in framing of public policy. There is a perceptible divide between those who generate social science knowledge and makers of public policy in India. Very little social science knowledge has informed the formulation of public policy, except, some that has been generated by economists. It is also found that policies are reversed or changed without any sound reason. This clearly shows that public policies are either ideologically driven or are based on populism. They lack the foundational base that can be provided by the social science knowledge. Despite, a large number of policy initiatives that have been taken in the last sixty seven years to eradicate poverty and hunger, India continues to have the highest absolute number of poor and hungry. The country also tops in having the highest number of malnourished children in the world. Food security continues to stare us in the face. Infant mortality may have come down but it remains ten times higher compared to OECD average. It also has an unacceptable number of illiterates, particularly, women. India’s record with respect to taking steps in relation to sustainable development and preservation of human environment is also nothing to shout about. Depletion of natural resources today is a big concern. Forest covers have rapidly dwindled and Himalayan glaciers have been continuously melting. Sanitation, hygiene and clean drinking water are of big concern throughout India. There is tall talk about the importance of development of the social sector, but the status of Education, both school and college level education is abysmal according to most reports. Public health too is in a very poor state. Although, India aspires to be counted among the powerful countries of the world, it faces challenges to keep the country integrated. There is unacceptable level of violence involving religious and ethnic groups along with political and gender violence. We have failed to ask some basic questions related to democracy, freedom, and equality, The policies of the governments are either absent or have failed because they are framed in the absence of requisite data and do not take into account the human and social sides of the problem. It is for this reason that problems which were there at the time of independence, such as, of poverty and unemployment, illiteracy, health, social exclusion, communalism and violence, gender inequality etc., are still looming large. High population growth rate is put forward as a reason for India’s problem but it explains such problems only partially. It is also surprising that the Government of India does not show the same concern with its rising population as it once did. Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA), therefore, calls upon our scientists of all subjects to take a fresh look at the new knowledge that is getting created within social sciences and knowledge which is being created at the emerging inter-faces between social and human, natural and biological sciences; similarly also, between social sciences and technologies. It would like to consider how such knowledge is qualitatively different from intra-disciplinary knowledge and how it can feed into informing and in framing of the public policies. It is also suggested that we may also deliberate on politics of knowledge used by scientists, policy makers, and those who are given the responsibility to translate it on the ground. It expects that such deliberations will draw not only from statistical data and knowledge generated by empirical studies but also from theories within and across disciplines. It further expects that the deliberations will raise substantive issues which can contribute in the formulation of alternative paradigms of development and of improving the quality of life of the Indian people. ISSA also hopes that the deliberations will 38 enable us to make recommendations about the facilitative public policies that can bring about development of India’s human, social, political and moral capital. A positive fall out of such deliberations may be a demand for radical restructuring of social sciences which, at present are divided by narrow boundaries, and, are mostly in the service of their political and corporate masters. ISSA expects that the deliberations of the Social Science Congress will prepare social scientists to harness knowledge emerging at the various inter-faces of science to develop a futures programme in order to prepare humankind for dealing effectively with humanitarian crises that are almost imminent. The Programme of the 39th Indian Social Science Congress will consist of symposia organized by different research committees around this theme. Plenary lectures on the theme will be given by invited speakers. We also expect various Research Committees to focus on the emerging inter-faces in their research discipline and to deliberate on what new knowledge has gotten created which can be put to use to improve the quality of lives of humans and also to save our green planet from ruination. Some of the major issues that the 39th ISSC will like to focus upon are given below. Our attempt will be to understand the role that is played, and can be possibly played, by institutional, economic, political, social, cultural and psychological factors in designing of public policies and interventions. The issues that get raised in this connection are-- (i) Where and how conventional policies fall short? Why are rational choices so difficult to make? (ii) How can trans-disciplinary research be used to bridge the gap between science and policy? What can (iii) be done to develop interacting policy cultures? (iv) How can we better understand the use of scarce natural resources and global change; the role that is (v) played by institutional, political, social, cultural and psychological factors in the use of different sources of renewable energy and natural resources? (vi) How can we better manage geo-hazards (e.g., earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, landslides and other disasters)? (vii) Based on integrated and multidisciplinary research what new issues related to physical and mental (viii) health are raised and what new public health policy needs to be put in place? (ix) What is our understanding related to global and local conflict and violence? What new strategies of (x) peace building can be considered? (xi) What are the emerging challenges of educational development, knowledge creation and development of human potential in the digital age in developing societies, particularly in India? (xii) How can we address issues related to erosion of values and ethics and raise overall moral, emotional, and social capitals of communities? (xiii) What new knowledge is available in relation to inequalities and exclusion? How can it be used to enhance social justice? (xiv) What has been the impact of new media on society and in bringing about social, political and cultural change? (xv) What structural conditions keep the humankind un-free? How can its overall freedom be enhanced? As has been the practice, a Task Force will be entrusted with the responsibility to develop actionable steps that can be taken by the scientists, civil society and the state to bring about desirable changes at different levels. 0300 PUBLIC POLICY Any scientific inquiry into Public Policy and its effects raises hosts of questions. What does public policy mean? Who makes public policy how, for what and for whom? What is the connection between politics and public policy? What is the connection between peoples needs of survival, growth and the public policy? Is there scientific social theory behind every public policy? Has public policy enabled modern people of India to overcome their problems of hunger, poverty, undernourishment/ malnourished, unemployment, education, health, livelihood, conflicts and violence, discrimination and disparities etc. etc. How has science/social science influenced Public Policy? All these and many more questions ought to be addressed while trying to comprehend the scientific foundation of public policy and evolve appropriate strategy for appropriate strategy for utilization of scientific knowledge for improving formulation and effectiveness of Public Policy. While doing so one also ought to keep the historicity of public policy in view. For instance, public policy in British India and public policy in Democratic Republic of India may not mean the same and may have mutuality opposite goals. Public policy by the British Government in India as is well known was designed to serve the British interest of plunder, loot, exploitation. This cannot be and ought not be so in Democratic Republic of India. The word ‘public’ in ‘public policy’, though ambiguous, is very attractive as it seem to refer to all those of a given society/country/nation. In science it is well known that every modern society/country/nation has diverse groups of peoples forming ethnic, caste, class, creed, language and regional divisions. This is well reflected in 39 several public polices in Democratic Republic of India. For instance, policies for scheduled castes, scheduled Tribes, Backward caste/class, women, etc. ‘Policy’ means an approach to or strategy for seeking solution of the given problem. Public policy, therefore, means a statement outlining approach to specific or general problem of the people and seeking its solution within the shortest period of time. This meaning will change with change in nature of problems and nature of State. In democracy, the character of public policy, one would expect, is rooted in democratic principles of sovereignty, equality, freedom and fraternity. Peoples being sovereigns in Democratic Polity, would be expected to formulate their policies of social existence and development in harmony with Nature. Question to ponder is: Do people of India formulate and act upon so-called public policies? If not, the character of Public Policy may turn out to be authoritarian with little connection with the peoples needs. If so, the public policy may have double meaning. Apparently it may mean one thing and in reality it may have a different agenda. For example, the Government of Democratic Republic of India under the Prime Minister of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru launched Five-Year Plan in 1951 with a promise to remove the British-Born poverty, unemployment, exploitation, etc through distribution of wealth and land and by ensuring that rich shall not become richer and poor shall not become poorer henceforth. Parliament passed a scientific policy resolution 1958 assigning this role to scientists. Results of the Two Five Year Plans, however, did not confirm Nehru’s promise. Rich became richer and poor went on becoming poorer. This went on despite MRTPC Act and several other policy injections. Today Indian elite is proud of producing 102 or 103 billionaires at the cost of nearly 100 crores hungry, poor and unemployed Indians. Contrary to the public pronouncement of ‘Land to the Tiller and ‘Dhan aur Dharti Bant Ke Rahegi’ (Wealth and Land shall be distributed) British Land and Forest Laws of 1892 were retained and are all still being hotly pursued by the Democratic Governments in India. Similarly, all public policies for removal of unemployment, poverty, hunger, illiteracy, disease and injustice ended up by increasing the same. Question is: Why? Quite a large number of public policies have been announced and put to action since August 15, 1947. All these can be put into following categories: 1. Science and Technology Policy 2. Education And Cultural Policy 3. Economic Policy 4. Land Policy 5. Forest, Bio-diversity, Mines Policy 6. Health Policy 7. Population Policy 8. Housing Policy 9. Privatisation, Liberalisation and Globalization Policy 10. Self-Reliance and Import-Substitute Policy 11. Foreign Direct Investment Policy 12. Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy 13. Make-In-India Policy 14. MNREGA 15. Digital India Policy 16. Agricultural Policy 17. Protective Discrimination Policy for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward and other castes/class 18. Child and Mother Care Policy (ICDS) 19. Women Policy 20. Policy of Rehabilitation after dispossession 21. Disaster Management Policy 22. Smart City Policy 23. Policies in the names of Prime Minsters All these need in-depth scientific inquiry during the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. 0400 TENTATIVE SUB-THEMES Following tentative sub-themes are suggested for deliberations in Plenaries during the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress: 40 1. Public Policies of Democratic Development of All: A Historical View/or Perspective Or National Goals of Democratic Transformation And Public Policies In Post-Colonial India Or A Critical Review of Public Policies in Democratic Republic of India 2. Economic Policies And Economic Development in Post-Colonial India 3. Science And Technology Policy And Development And Utilization of Indigenous S&T For National Goals of Self-Reliant And Equitable Growth 4. Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science And Agrarian Development/or Crisis 5. Education Policy And Schools, Colleges And Universities in Post-Colonial India 6. Impact of Policy of Privatisation And Globalisation on Indian Economy, Education, Health And Culture 7. Health Policy, Medical And Health Education System and Peoples Health 8. Policy of Social Justice, Judicial System And Social Justice Today 9. Correlating Constitutional Goals of Equality, Freedom and Fraternity With The Ground Social Reality 10. Ecological And Environmental Policy and Ecological And Environmental Crisis 11. Policy of Non-Violence and Growing Violence in Post-Colonial India 12. Evolving Strategy For Greater Role of Social Science In Formulation of National Policies of Democratic Development 0500 SUB-THEMES OF RESEARCH COMMITTEES There are 19 Research Committees representing 32 subjects of the Indian Social Science Congress. Since everything is related to every other thing, all these Research Committees too are inter-related with each other and their traditionally demarcated boundaries do not seem to hold them apart from each other. Scientific knowledge generated by all these when put together seem to offer better understanding and solution of problems of Nature-Humans-Society relationship and, hence if used appropriately better public policy can be formulated and implemented. Keeping this in view each of the 19 Research Committees, it is hoped, shall deliberate upon the Public policy from the point of view of their current research and theory with a view to working out better science-based Public Policy. Sub-themes suggested are just tentative. Research scientists, teachers and students are most welcome to formulate appropriate issues for indepth theoretical and methodological examination. 1. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND HOME SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science And Agrarian Problems/Crisis - Land Policy And Agriculture - Water Policy And Agriculture - GM Crops And Foods - Agriculture Cost Policy - Comparative Analysis of Agriculture Vs Industrial Policy - Impact of Chemical Fertilizer and Pesticides on Food and Health - Farmers suicides and Agricultural Policy - Agri-Climate, Multi-Agricultural Business - Science of Organic Farming 2. ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY AND ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Historical view of Public Policy since the British Rule - Valuation of Archaeological Excavations - Historiography And Politics of History - Museum Policy - Interface of Art And Culture FOR ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Archaeology, History and Anthropology - Anthropological Survey of India and its Policy of Man And Society - Connection Between Physical And Social Anthropology - Policy of preservation and problems of well-being of Indigenous People/Tribes - Policy of Dispossession and Rehabilitation of Indigenous Peoples/Tribes (Scheduled Tribes Policy) - Policy of Modernization of Indigenous Peoples/Tribes - Extinction of Indigenous People and Their languages 41 - 3. BILOGICAL/LIFE SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Biological/Life Science (Biophysics, Bio-chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Eco-biology, socio-biology, Bio-psychology) etc. - Foundations of Biological, Genesis, Evolution and growth of life. - Biological Warfare - Interfaces of Biotechnology - Biomedical Engineering - Indigenous knowledge of Medicinal Plants and Health Policy - Ethno Botany, Ancient Science of Medicinal Plants And Health Policy - Genome and Human Genetic Policy - Policy for preservation of life on Planet Earth – Western Ghats And Himalayas - 4. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCE - Interfaces of Computer Science and Communication Science - Implication of Digital Policy - Virtual World Vs Real World - IT and Language - IT and Education - IT and Economy - IT and Culture - IT and Violence 5. EARTH SCIENCE, PLANETARY SCIENCE AND GEOGRAPHY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Earth, Planetary and Geographical Science - Policy For Preservation Life Supporting System - Global Warming And Climate Change - Deforestisation, Mining and Desertification - Natural Disaster Management Policy - Policy For Arresting Desertification of Earth - Atmospheric Science And Oceanic Science - Marine Science And Ocean Policy 6. ECOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Ecological And Environmental Science and Sustainable Development - Waste-Management Policy - Public Policy on Ecology and Environment - Ecological Policy for Preservation of Western Ghats and Himalayas - Impact of Green Technology Policy on Ecology and Environment - Natural Resources And Biodiversity - Preservation of Wild Life And other Species 7. ECONOMICS, COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Economics, Commerce and Management Science - Current Research and Theory of Economic Development - Capital-intensive Vs Labour Intensive Economic Development - Foreign Direct Investment - Distribution of Wealth - Labour Policy And Labour Employment - Growth with Job Vs Jobless Growth Policy - Self-Reliance Vs Import-led Development Policy - Economic Policies and Industrial Development - Industrial Policy - Rural Development Policy - Special Economic Zone Policy - Urban Development Policy - Indian Economy And Its People - Policy of Equality and Growing Disparity - Neo-liberal Policies And Economic Development Programmes Make-In-India Policy 42 - Poverty Alleviation Policies, Programmes And growing Poverty, And Unemployment; Global Economic Crisis and WTO 8. EDUCATION RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Education - Education Policy in Democratic Republic of India - Universalization of Education - Education for All And Status of Literacy - School Education Policy And Standards of School Education - Connection between School Education and University Education - Language Policy of Education and Research - Policy For publication of Researches in Indian languages - Policy for Science Education - Policy For Medical Science Education - Policy For University Education - Policy for Technology Education - Policy For Skill Generation Education - Distance And Open Education - Promotion of Tests and Coaching Institutes - Policy For Contract Teachers and Policy of Keeping the posts vacant 9. ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Technology Policy and Technology Development - Impact of Brain Drain on growth of Indigenous S&T - Interfaces of Engineering Science and Technology - Development and utilization of Indigenous Technology - Impact of Policy on development and utilization of indigenous Technology and Engineering Science - Status of utilization of Technological Management - Technology Import Policy And Its impact on growth of Indigenous Technology 10. INTERNATIONAL RELATION STUDIES AND DEFENCE & STRATEGIC STUDIES RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of International Studies, Defence & Strategic Studies - Correlation Between Domestic Policy and Foreign Policy - UN Security Council - Non-Alignment And After - SARRC - BRICS - India’s East Poicy - India-Pak-China Policy - Policy with Neighbours - Internecine War - Post-Cold War Policy - 11. JURIDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Land Laws - Constitution of India And Legislation - Interfaces of Juridical Science - From Colonial Jurisprudence to Democratic Jurisprudence - Social Conflicts, Violence and Social Justice - Juridical Accountability - Criminal Laws And Capital Punishment - Labour Laws - Social Justice And Social Conflicts 12. LINGUISTICS REASEARCH COMMITTEE - Interface of Linguistics - Language Policy and Language Development - Education And Research in Indian Languages - Commerce and Language 43 - Culture and Language - Extinction of Indian Languages - Vanishing Languages And Vanishing Culture - Social hierarchy/Social Stratification As Reflected in the Language - To Plan Language is To Plan A Society: Contribution to Language management and Planning. 13. MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Policy For Mathematical Science Education - Interfaces of Mathematical and Statistical Science - Education and Research in Mathematical and Statistic and Science - Socio-Economic Use of Statistical Knowledge - Preventing misapplication and misuse of statistics 14. MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Medical and Health Science - Bio-medical Science - AYUSH And Medical Science - Social Medicine and Community Health - Health Policy and Medical and Health Science - Population Policy and Medical and Health Science - Drug Policy And Drug Industries - Commercialization of Medical Science Education 15. PHILOSOPHY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Philosophy and Its Interface with Science - Philosophy And Science/Social Science - Epistemological Question of Science - Ethical and Moral Foundation of Society vis-à-vis Public Policy - Philosophy of Public Policy in Democratic Republic of India - Philosophy of Humanities Vs Science 16. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Physical Science - Interfaces of Chemical Science - Science Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Nuclear Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Energy Policy and Physical and Chemical Science - Impact of Physical and Chemical Science on Peoples’ Health and Environment - Connection of Physics and Chemistry with other Subjects of Science 17. POLITICAL SCIENCE - Interfaces of Political Science with Economics, Sociology, History, Psychology etc - Politics of Economic Development - Politics of Public Policy - Nature of Politics in Democratic Republic of India - Political Parties and Their Policies - State, Society and People - Politics of Violence and Terrorism - Politics Vs Science - 18. PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Psychology with Physics, Biology, Medical & Health Science, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Linguistics, Political Science, Archaeology, History, Geography, Earth Science, etc. - Socialization and Cognition - Mental Health - Peoples Needs And National Policy - Psychology of Colonized Minds Vs Psychology of Free or Decolonized Minds - 44 19. SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH COMMITTEE - Interfaces of Sociology & Social Work - Sociology of Knowledge - Sociology of Politics And Economy - Sociology of Science - Sociology of Technology - Sociology of Family, Community, Society and State - Sociology of Language - Application of Sociology for Betterment of Social Reform - 0600 THEMATIC PANELS There are 21 interdisciplinary Thematic Panels in the Indian Social science Congress. Each Panel refers to current social problems confronting people of India and the world people. Each theme is related to Public Policy. Scientists of diverse disciplines working on each of them are invited to examine the scientific value and relevance of each Public Policy in relation to the given theme and offer better Public Policy Formulation. These Thematic Panels are as following: 1. Conflicts, War, Peace and Social Security 2. Democracy And Human Rights 3. Ecological and Environmental Protection Movements 4. Ethics of Science and Society 5. Global Warming and Climate Change 6. History and Philosophy of Science 7. Information Technology, Mass Media and Culture 8. Labour In Organised and Unorganised Sectors 9. Nation-States and Emerging Challenges 10. Natural Resoures, Bio-diversity and Geographic Information System 11. Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights 12. Peoples (Dalits, Tribes, Women, Peasants, etc) Struggles And Movements For Equitable Democratic Society 13. Peoples Health and Quality of Life 14. Peasants, Livelihood and Land-use 15. Political Economy of India 16. Population, Poverty and Migration 17. Rural Technology, Social Organisations and Rural Development 18. Science Communication and Science Popularization 19. Social Processes, Social Structures and Social Alienation 20. Science, Technology and Social Development 21. Unity of Science (Science of nature-Human-Society) 0700 SEMINARS/SYMPOSIA/WORKSHOPS/COLLOQUIA Indian Academy of Social Sciences proposes to organized following multidisciplinary seminars/symposia/workshops/colloquia/Ad Hoc Group discussing prior to, during and after the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress on following themes: (a) International 1. Social Interfaces of Biotechnology and Public Policy 2. Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy 3. Global Economic Crisis (b) National (i) Social Science In India: Current Research, Theory And Public Policy (ii) Indian Economy and Its Peoples (iii) Karnataka And Its People (iv) Understanding Secrets/Mystery of Life Through Western Ghats 45 (v) Linking Traditional/Ancient Science with Modern Science (vi) Social Implication of GM Food Crops (vii) Language of Education And Research: English Vs Indian Languages (viii) Make-In-India (ix) Impact of Contract Teaching on Education And Research (x) Agrarian Crisis And Agricultural Policy (xi) Evolving New Approach To Energy For Sustainable Economic Growth (xii) Interactive Workshop on Drug Policy, Health Policy And Drug Industry (xiii) Ecological Sustainability of Smart City Policy (xiv) Evolving New Approach To Energy for Sustainable Development These are tentative. Members are welcome to suggest newer and better themes. 0800 FIFTH ALL INDIA YOUNG SCIENTIST CONVENTION Fifth All India Young Scientist Convention will be held during the XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress. It will be deliberations upon following issues: I. Interdisciplinary workshop on Research Methods and Theories II. History And Philosophy of Science in India III. Impact of contract teaching on growth of young scientists IV. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on linkages between Science And Public Policy V. Young Scientists’ Perception of Nature of Research Guidance in Universities, Colleges and Research Institutes VI. Problems of Placement of Young Scientists VII. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on National Eligibility and other tests. VIII. Young Scientists’ Thoughts on Language of Research and Education: English Vs Indian 0900 APPROACH Indian Social Science Congress represents almost subjects/disciplines of science taught and researched in universities, colleges and Research Institutes/Laboratories. It, therefore, follows multidisciplinary interactive exchange approach to its deliberations. It is also open to policy planners and social activists. It seeks to build Science of Nature-Human-Society through this approach. At the moment Hindi and English are its medium of communication. It, however, wishes to evolve facilities for communication in all Indian languages as it is believe this is necessary for effecting qualitative improvement in research, education and innovation in India. 46 XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS INTERDESCIPLINARY RESEARCH COMMITTEES Chairpersons, Co-Chairpersons, Convener, Co-Convener Code No. Research Committee Chairman Co-chairman Convener Co- Convener 1. Agricultural Science and Home Science Prof. S.R. Sree Rangsamy Director (Retd TNAU) 12, First Avenue, New Thillai Nagar, Coimbatore 641041 (T.N.) Email: sreerang2002@yahoo.co.in M: 09443295403 Prof. M. Chinnadurai Director Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development Studies Tamilnadu Agriculture Univesity Coimbatore 641 003 (T.N.) E-mail: directorcards@tnau.ac.in M: 09443080087 2. Archaeology, Anthropology and History Prof.U.C. Chattopadhyay Head Department of Ancient History University of Allahabad Allahabad 211 002 Email: ucc1953@gmail.com M: 09335107067 Prof. Subir Biswas (Anthropology) Professor & Head Department of Anthropology West Bengal State University Kolkata Email: gargisubir@gmail.com Prof. K.M. Lokesh Department of History Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: lokeshmonappa61@gmail.com M: 09448982976 3 Biological or Life Science and Biotechnolgoy Prof. K. Bhaskar Shenoy Department of Applied Biology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: bshenoyk@gmail.com M: 9449822657 Dr. Monika Sadananda Department of Bio-Sciences Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: monikasadanana@gmail.com M: 9448869719 4 Computer And Communication Science Prof. Ashok K. Gupta Flat No. 113, Vinayak Enclave Ashok Nagar, Allahabad 211 001 E-mail: akgjkiapt2000@gmail.com M: 09450957107 Prof. G.P. Shivaram Department of Mass Communication and Journalism Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: gpshivram@rediffmail.com, gpshivram@gmail.com M: 09448450150 47 5 Earth Science Planetary Science, And Geography Prof. B.R. Manjunath Department of Marine Geology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: omsrbmanju@yahoo.com, omsrbmanju@gmail.com M: 09449488777 Dr. H. Gangadhar Bhat Professor Department of Marine Geology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore-574199 Email: gangadharab@yahoo.com 6 Ecological And Environmental Science Prof. K.R. Chandrashekar Department of Applied Botony Mangalore University, Mangalgangothri, Mangalore 574199 E-mail: profkrchandrashekar@gmail.com M: 09481273648 Dr. G.C.S. Negi Scientist ‘E’ G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environmental & Development Kosi-Katarmal, Almora 263 643 E-mail: negigcs@gmail.com M: 09411105170 7 Economics, Commerce And Management Science Prof. T. Mallikarjunappa Department of Business Administration, Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: tnmallik@yahoo.com M: 09480500025 0824-2287158 Prof. P. Sripathi Kalluraya Department of Economics Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: shripathi_k@rediffmail.com M: 09448529313 8 Education Prof. Murzban Jal Director and Professor Indian Institute of Education 128/2, J.P. Naik Path, Kothurd Pune 411 038 (Maharashtra E-mail: murzbanjal@hotmail.com M: 09224124224 Dr. Kishore Kumar C.K. Department of Physical Education Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: ckkkumar@yahoo.com M: 09448178402 9 Engineering Science Prof. D.R. Peshwe Physical Metallurgy, Composites & Solidification Processing Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, South Ambazari Road, Nagpur (Maharashtra) 440010 Email: dilippeshwe@mnc.vnit.ac.in; drpeshwe@rediffmail.com M: 09372802996 48 10 International Relations Studies and Defence And Strategic Studies Prof. A.K. Ramakrishnan School of International Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067 Email : ramki@mail.jnu.ac.in; ramakak@gmail.com M: 07838411575 Dr. C.M. Rajpraveen Department of Political Science Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: rajpraveen@gmail.com M: 09986633635 11 Juridical Science Prof. Faizan Mustafa Vice-Chancellor NALSAR University of Law Justice City, Shamirpet Ranga Reddy District Hyderabad 500010 Email: vc@nalsar.ac.in M: 09437020231 Sri M. Maheshchandra SDM Law College, Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 12 Linguistics Prof V. Thiruvalluvan Professor of Linguistics Dean Faculty of Indian Languages Annamalai University Annamalainagar 608 002 (T.N.) Email: vtvalluvan@yahoo.co.in M: 09443480649 Prof. Shivaram Shetty Department of Kannada Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 E-mail: shettybolar@yahoo.com M: 09448952011 13 Mathematical and Statistical Science Prof. K. Srinivas Rao Department of Statistics Andhra University Visakhapatnam 530 003 (A.P.) E-mail: ksraoau@yahoo.co.in M; 09949659959 Prof. T.M. Pakkala Department of Statistics Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: ppm_pakkala@yahoo.com M: 0944814818 14 Medical and Health Science Dr. A. K. Jayasree Prof. & HoD Community Medicine Academy of Medical Sciences, Pariyaram, Kannur 670503 Email: akjayasree@gmail.com M: 09848131468 Dr. Edmond Fernandes Centre for Health and Development ® 601, Milagres Castle Balmatta Road Mangalore 575 001 Email: edmondvirgo@gmail.com Edmond@chdefforts.org M: 9743576808 15 Philosophy Prof.Asha Mukherjee Department of Philosophy Visva-Bharati University Shantiniketan, Birbhum District (West Bengal) 731 235 Email:asha.mukherjee@visva-bharati.ac.in M: 09434744589 03463-261589 49 16 Physical and Chemical Science Prof. Balakrishna Kalluraya Department of Chemistry Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: bkalluraya@gmail.com; kallurayab@yahoo.com M: 09448824075 Prof. H.M. Shekharappa Department of Physics Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 M: 09448836447 Email: allamasp@yahoo.com 17 Political Science Prof. G. Palanithurai Department of Political Science Gandhigram Rural Institute, Deemed University Gandhigram 624 302 (Tamil Nadu): Email: gpalanithurai@gmail.com M: 09159099809 M Prof. P.L. Dharma Department of Political Science Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: pldharma@yahoo.com pldharma@gmail.com M: 09448843395 18 Psychology Dr K. Ramchandran Director Defence Institute of Psychological Research DRDO, Ministry of Defence Lucknow Road, Timarpur Delhi 110054 Email: director@dipr.drdo.in M: 098682765547 1. Dr. Prakash Padakanaya Professor & Head Department of Psychology Mysore University Manasgangotri, Mysore 570 006 Email: prakash99@gmail.com M: 09845336034 Tel: 0821-2419743, 2413950 2. Dr. Mohan S. Singhe Department of Social Work Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore – 574 119 Email: drmohansinghe@gmail.com monhansinghe@yahoo.co.in M: 09986420047 - Dr. Updesh Kumar Scientist G Defence Institute of Psychological Research DRDO, Ministry of Defence Lucknow Road, Timarpur Delhi 110054 Email: drupdeshkumar@gmail.com M: 09717107679 Mr. Jerill Joy Department of Psychology Mysore University Manasgangotri, Mysore 570 006 19 Sociology and Social Work Dr. E. Haribabu Department of Sociology and Culture for Knowledge, Culture and Innovation Studies Central University of Hydyerabad, Hyderabad 500134 (A.P.) Email: hari.ejna@gmail.com M: 9440937396, 8374973737 Dr. Paul Gerard Aquinas Department of Social Work Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore – 574 119 Email: pauleeda@hotmail.com M: 09448109870 50 XXXVIII INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS INTERDISCIPLINARY THEMATIC PANEL Chairpersons, Co-Chairpersons, Convener Code No Theme Chairman Co-chairman Convener Co-convener 1. Conflicts, War, Peace and Social Security Prof. T.P. Singh Department of Political Science Banaras Hindu University Varanasi - 221 005 (U.P.) Email: tejpratapbhu@gmail.com M: 09415082006 2. Democracy And Human Rights Prof. Muzaffar Assadi Department of Political Science Mysore University, Manasganothri Mysore 570 005 Email: muzaffar.assadi@gmail.com M: 09448186295 3. Ecological and Environmental Protection Movements Mrs. Joya Mitra AS3/2812, Kalyan Nagar Asansol 713 305 (W.B.) Email: joyamitra@gmail.com M : 09874373676 Mrs. Manshi Asher Village Kandwari, Palampur Kangda 176061 (Himachal Pradesh Email: manshi.asher@gmail.com M: 09816345198 4. Ethics of Science and Society Prof. B. Ekbal Kuzhuyalil House, Arpookara East Kottayam 686 008 (Kerala) Email: ekbalb@gmail.com M: 09447060912 Prof. H.M. Somashekarappa CARRT, Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: allamasp@yahoo.com M: 09916823885 5. Global Warming and Climate Change Dr. Baishnab C. Tripathy Dean School of Life Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110067 Email: baishnabtripathy@yahoo.com; baishnabtripathy@hotmail.com M: 09818104924 Prof. R. Shankar Department of Marine Geology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: rshankar_1@yahoo.com M: 09916823885 51 6. History and Philosophy of Science Prof. C.K. Raju B-56, Tarang Apartments 19, I.P. Extension Delhi 110092 Email: c_k_ raju@hotmail.com M09310431415 Prof. Manjunatha Pattabhi Department of Material Science Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: manjupattabi@yahoo.com M: 9448260563 7 Information Technology, Mass Media and Culture Prof. Binod C. Agrawal Director General TALEEM Research Foundation City Plaza, Sterling City, Bopal Ahmedabad 380058 E-mail: binodcagrawal@gmail.com M: 09426301418 Prof. Waheeda Sultana Department of Mass Communication And Journalism Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: sultanawaheeda@yahoo.com M: 09945318481 8 Labour In Organised and Unorganised Sectors Dr. Bharat Patankar Kasegaon, Sangli District 415404 (Maharashtra) E-mail:krantivir@gmail.com; gailomvedt@gmail.com M: 09823181569 9 Nation-States and Emerging Challenges Dr. S.S. Patagundi Professor of Political Science and Dean Faculty of Social Sciences Karnatak University Dharwad 580003 Karnataka E-mail : patagundi@rediffmail.com M: 09448822782 Dr. Latha Pandit Department of Political Science Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 - - 10 Natural Resoures, Bio-diversity and Geographic Information System Prof. P.P. Dhyani Director G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development Kosi Katarmal, Almora 263 643 (Uttarakhand) Email: Email: psdir@gbpihed.nic.in 52 11 Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights Prof. V. Vijaylaxmi College of Laws Andhra University Visakhapatnam – 530 003 (A.P.) Email: vandrangivl@yahoo.co.in M: 09948810852 Prof. Uday Kumar Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: udayraji@yahoo.com M: 944772996 Dr. L.V.K. Prasad Assistant Professor Law College Andhra University Visakhapatnam – 530 003 Email: lakhanapuramvkp.3@gmail.com 12 Peoples (Dalits, Tribes, Women, Peasants, etc) Struggles And Movements For Equitable Democratic Society Vaishali Patil Ankur, Near Govt Hospital Block Pen, RAIGAD 401 207 E-mail: vaishrag4@rediffmail.com; ankur_trust@yahoo.co.in M: 09422696976 Dr. Gopal Krishna Centre of Social Medicine & Community Health (CHMCH) Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi – 110016 Email: gopalkrishna1715@gmail.com M: 09818089660 13 Peoples Health and Quality of Life Dr. M. Bapuji CSIR Scientist (Retd) 275, Ferns City Doddanekkondi, Marathahalli Bangalore 560037 Email: bapujim@gmail.com M: 07411969654 14 Peasants, Livelihood and Land-use Dr. P.K. Sivanandan, IAS (Retd) Vice-Chairman Institute of Social Advancement Maruthankuzhi Thiruvananthapuram 695 030 Email: sivanandanpk@gmail.com M: 09447762308 15 Political Economy of India Prof. J. Manohar Rao School of Economics University of Hyderabad P.O. Central University Campus, Hyderabad 500046 (A.P.) Email: manoharraoj@gmail.com, jmrss@uohyd.ernet.in M: 09440328879 Prof. T.N. Sridhar Department of Business Administration Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: tnsree@gmail.com M: 09845927457 53 16 Population, Poverty and Migration Prof. M. Prasada Rao Department of Economics Andhra University Visakhapatnam 530 003 (A.P.) E-mail: mecharlapr@yahoo.com M : 09448608321 - 17 Rural Technology, Social Organisation and Rural Development Prof. C. Raghava Reddy Department of Sociology Central University of Hyderabad Hyderabad Email: craghava@gmail.com M: 09885102907 Dr. Yashaswini Battangaya Department of Social Work Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: dryashaswini10@gmail.com M: 09448165835 18 Science Communication and Science Popularization Er. Anuj Sinha Chairman, NCSTC Network Plot GH 19, Sector 56 Gurgaon (Haryana) 122 011 Email: cpranuj@yahoo.com M: 09717048666 19 Social Processes, Social Structures and Social Alienation Dr. Vinay Rajath D Deparment of Sociology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: vinayrajath@gmail.com M: 09448815520 20 Science, Technology and Social Development Dr. M.C. Arunan Head, Life Science Department Sophia College, Ballabhbhai Desai Road Mumbai 400 026 Email: mcarunan@gmail.com M: 09969262050 Prof. Sarojini B.K. Department of Chemistry Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: sksaroj35@gmail.com M: 09886273404 21 Unity of Science (Science of nature-Human-Society) Prof. M.S. Raghunathan Guest Lecturer Prof. Department of Mathematics Indian Institute of Technology POWAI Mumbai 400076 (Maharashtra) Email: msr@math.iitb.ac.in M: 09869013889 Profl Rajshekar K. Patil Department of Applied Zoology Mangalore University Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119 Email: patilsirmu@gmail.com M: 09449015857 54 XXXIX INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES A LIST OF CHAIRPERSONS OF SEMINARS/SYMPOSIA/WORKSHOPA/COLLOQUIA (a) International Theme Chairperson 1. Social Interfaces of Biotechnology and Public Policy - Prof. K.Byrappa Vice-Chancellor Mangalore University Mangalore (Karnataka) 574 199 Email: kbyrappa@gmail.com M: 07259667666 2. Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy Prof. R.C. Tripathi President Indian Academy of Social Sciences 37/2, Chatham Lines, Hawa Ghar Allahabad 211 002 Email: ramacharan.tripathi@gmail.com M: 09305838659 3. Global Economic Crisis Prof. T. Mallikarjunappa Department of Business Administration Mangalore University, Mangalgangothri Mangalore 574 119Email: tmmallik@rediffmail.com M: 09480500025 (b) National 1. Social Science In India: Current Research, Theory and Public Policy Prof. R.K. Mishra Director Institute of Public Enterprise City Office: O U Campus Hyderabad 500 007 Email: rkmishra@ipeindia.org M: 09849253521 2. Indian Economy and Its People Today Chairman: Prof. Jagdish Narain Dean Faculty of Economics & Commerce University of Allahabad 10/3B, Bank Road Teachers Colony, Allahabad 211 002 Email: jnpurwar@rediffmail.com M: 099366844535 Co-chairman Prof. Prahalad Kumar Head, Department of Economics University of Allahabad Allahabad 211 002 Email: prahladkumar20_3@rediffmail.com M: 09935256318 55 3. Karnataka and Its People Today Prof. M.R. Narayana Acting Director Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) Nagarbhavi Bangalore 560072 (Karnataka) Email: director@isec.ac.in M; 09008999107 4. Impact of Contract Teaching on Education And Research in Universities and Colleges Prof. R.K. Kale (Former Vice-Chancellor, Gujarat Central University) School of Life Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110067 Email: raosahebkale@gmail.com M: 0981806233 5. Drug Policy, Health Policy And Drug Industry Dr. Sandeep Narula, Associate Professor IIHMR University, 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302029 (Rajasthan) Email: sandeep@iihmr.edu.in M: 08058760911 6. Deeping Agrarian Crisis In India Dr. Jaya Mehta Joshi Adhikari Institute of Social Studies, B – 56, Tarang Appartments, New Delhi E-mail: jaya_mehta@hot,mail.com M: 09971730447 7, Make-in-India’ Chairman: Prof. N. Sambasiva Rao Department of Commerce and Management Studies College of Arts and Commerce Andhra University Visakhapatnam 530 003 (A.P.) Email: auissc2015@gmail.com M: 09848170274 Convener : Dr. K. Kanaka Raju Assistant Professor & Course Coordinator Department of Management Studies Andhra University Campus Tadepalligudem West Godavari Dist 534101 M :08523075444, 08125387145 8. Social Implications of GM Crops And Foods Dr. K. Ganeshamurthy Director Centre For Plant Breeding And Genetics Tamil Nadu Agriculture University Combatore 641 003 (Tamilnadu) Email: directorcpbg@tnau.ac.in; kyaneshamurthy@yahoo.co.in M: 09360339737 56 9. Evolving New Approach to Energy For Sustainable Development Prof. Girijesh Pant (Former Vice-Chancellor, Doon University) School of International Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067 Email: gpant2009@gmail.com M: 08750996949 10. Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research Methods And Theory, for young Scientists Dr. Sandeep Narula, Associate Professor IIHMR University, 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302029 (Rajasthan) Email: sandeep@iihmr.edu.in M: 08058760911 57 XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCEINCE CONGRESS NATIONAL ACADEMIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE Chairman Prof. R.C. Tripathi President Indian Academy of Social Sciences 37/2, Chatham Lines ‘Hawaghar’ Allahabad – 211 002 Email: rama.charan.tripathi@gmail.com Phone 91-532-2644895(R) M: 09305838659 Convener Dr. N.P. Chaubey General Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211 004 (U.P.) Email: issaald@gmail.com Tel: 0532-2544245, 2544570 Website: www.issaindia.in C0-Chairman 1. Prof. B.M. Hegde President-elect Indian Academy of Social Sciences Manjunath, Pais Hills,Bajai Mangalore-575 004 (Karnataka) Email:hegdebm@gmail.com M: 09449442000 Co-Convener Prof. Rajaram Tolpadi Organizing Secretary Department of Political Science Mangalore University, Mangalore (Karnataka) 574 199 Email: rtolpadi@gmail.com M: 08971482187 Website: www. mangaloreuniversity.ac.in 2. Prof. K. Byrappa Vice-Chancellor Mangalore University Mangalore (Karnataka) 574 199 Email: kbyrappa@gmail.com M: 07259667666 Vice-Chairman 1. Prof. O.R. Reddy Vice-President Indian Academy of Social Sciences Flat No. 1, Shri Lalita Apartment Kiralampudi Layout Andhra University Gate (Down) Visakhapattanam 530 003 (A.P.) Email: orreddy@yahoo.com M: 9849454838 2. Prof. C.K. Raju Vice-President Indian Academy of Social Sciences Professor B-56 Tarang Apartments 19, I.P. Extension, Delhi 110092 Email: c_k_raju@hotmail.com M: 09310431415 MEMBERS 1. A.K. Mittal (Dr.) Physics Department Allahabad University Allahabad 211002 Email: mittals79@hotmail.com 2 . Amar Rai (Prof.) Professor of Biochemistry North Hill University Shillong Email: raiamarnath@gmail.com 3. Anuj Sinha (Er.) Plot GH 19, Sector 56 58 Gurgaon 122011 (Haryana) Email: cpranuj@yahoo.com; sanuj@nic.in 4. Arun Kumar (Prof.) 112, Uttarakhand Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110067, India. Email: arunkumar1000@hotmail Tele Nos (R) 91-11- 26742029 5. Ashok K. Gupta (Prof.) Dr. Ashok K. Gupta Flat No. 113, Vinayak Enclave, Ashok Nagar, Allahabad-211001 Email: akgjkiapt2000@gmail.com 6. Ashok Rao (Er. ) General Secretary Swami Swananda Memorial Institute, Road No. 31 East Avenue, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi 110017 Email: kashokrao@gmail.com 7 .Baishnab C. Tripathy (Dr.) Professor School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067 Email: baishnabtripathy@yahoo.com bctripathy@mail.jnu.ac.in 8. Bharat Patankar (Prof.) Kosegaon Sangli District-415004 (Maharashtra) Email: krantivir@gmail.com, gailomvedt@gmail.com 9. Binod C. Agarwal (Prof.) Director TALEEM Research Foundation City Plaza, Sterling City Bopal, Ahmedabad 380058 Email: binodcagrawal@gmail.com 10 D.N. Reddy (Prof.) 3-33-33 L. Venkat Reddy Colony Lingam Palli, Hyderabad 500019 (A.P.) Email: duvvurunarasimha@gmail.com 11. E. Haribabu (Prof.) Department of Sociology and Culture for Knowledge Culture and Innovation Studies Central University of Hyderabad Hyderabad 500 134 (A.P.) Email: hari.enja@gmail.com M: 9440937396, 8374973737 12.. G. Nagarjuna (Prof.) Homi Bhabha Centre For Science EducationTIFR, Chembur, Mumbai 400088 (M.S.) Email: nagarjun@gnowledge.org 13. G. Palanithurai (Prof.) Department of Political Science Gandhigram Rural Institute, Deemed University Gandhigram 624 302 (T.N.) Email: gpalanithurai@gmail.com 14. G.S.N. Raju (Prof.) Vice-Chancellor Andhra University Visakhapatnam (A.P.) Email: Email: profrajugsn@gmail.com 15. Gail Omvedt (Dr.) Kasegaon, District Sangli 415404 Maharashtra Email: gailomvedt@gmail.com 16. Girijesh Pant (Prof.) School of International Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067 Email: gpant2009@gmail.com 17 . Harshwanti Bisht (Dr.) Principal Doiwala Government Girls College, Doiwala, Dehradun (Uttarakhand) Email: harshvanti@gmail.com 59 18. J.B.G. Tilak (Prof.) Head Department of Educational Finance, National University of Educational Plannin And Administration, 17-B Sri Aurobindo Marg New Delhi 11001 Email: jtilak@nuepa.org 19. Joya Mitra(Prof.) AS3/2812, Kalyan Nagar Asansol 713305 (West Bengal) Email: joyamitra@gmail.com 20. J.S. Rajput (Prof.) A-16, Sector P-7 Mitra Enclave (Opposite Greater Valley School) Greater Noida 201310 GB Nagar U.P. Email: rajput_js@yahoo.co.in 21. K.S.Sharma (Prof.) Hon. Jt Director Indian Institute of Marxist Theory and Practice ‘Vishwashrama Chetana’, Gokul Road, Basaveshwar Nagar Bus Stop Hubli 580 030 (Karnataka) Email: kuvalaya_hubli@rediffmail.com 22. K.K. Chakravarty (Dr.) President Peoples Council of Education 15-B, Delhi Govt Offices Flat (8th Floor) Sector D II Vasant Kunjl, Near DDA Sports Complex Delhi 110070 Email: msk4747@yahoo.in, 23. K.S. Rangappa (Prof.) Vice-Chancellor University of Mysore Mysore – 570005 Email: rangappaks@gmail.com 24. Mansoor Hussain Khan (Er.) Proprietor, ACRES Wild Farm, Tiger Hill Coonoor – 643101 25. L.P. Pandey (Dr.) Retired Director of Education, Govt of India, IIC Mahuri Sughanpur, Saket Nagar, Rustompur, Dhala, Gorakhpur 273016 (U.P.) Email: lppandey1944@rediffmail.com 26. Md Sirajul Islam (Prof.) Dept. of Philosophy & Religion President Visva-Bharati University Faculty Association Visva Bharati, Santiniketan 731235, India Tel: +91 3463 264686 (Res) / 262751 27. M.S. Raghunathan (Prof.) I. I. T. Bombay Departmenyt of Mathmatics Powai , Mumbai – 400085 E-mail: msr@math.tifr.res.in 28. M.R. Narayana (Prof.) Director In-Charge and Professor of Economics Editor-in-Chief: Journal of Social and Economics Development (Springer) Institute of Social and Economic Change Bangalore 560072 Email: director@isec.ac.in M: 9008999107 29. M.S. Swaminathan (Prof.) Founder Chairman and Chief Mentor UNESCO Chair in Ecotechnology M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation Third Cross Street, Taramani Institutional Area, Chennai 600 113 Email : founder@mssrf.res.in 30. Muzaffar Assadi (Prof.) 60 Department of Political Science Mysore University, Crawford Hall, Mysore 570 005 Email: muzaffar.assadi@gmail.com 31. Murzban Jal (Prof.) Director & Professor Indian Institute of Education 128/2, J.P. Naik Path, Kothurd Pune 411 038 (Maharashtra) Email: murzbanjal@hotmail.com 32. N. Markandan (Prof.) No 4, Sathy Cross 1, Indrani Illam Coimbatore 641 028 (T.N. Email: skrajkumar02@gmail.com 33. N.R. Madhava Menon (Prof.) Devi Priya, TC 17/2166, Sairam Road, Poojapura, Thiruvananthapuram 695012 (Kerala) Email: profmenon.milat@gmail.com 34. N.V. Varghese (Prof.) National University of Educational Planning And Administration, 17-B Sri Aurobindo Marg New Delhi 110016 35. P.K. Yadav (Prof.) School of Life Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110067 Email: pkyadava1953@gmail.com 36. P.K. Sivanandan, IAS (Retd) Vice-Chairman Institute of Societaal Advancement Maruthankuzhi Thiruvananthapuram 695 030 Email: sivanandanpk@gmail.com 37. Padma Prakash (Prof.) Editor eSocial Sciences, Director, IRIS Knowledge Foundation, International Infotech Park Tower 1, Third Floor,Vashi, Mumbai Email: riverlight75@gmail.com; padma@esocialsciences.com 38. P.P. Dhyani (Dr.) Director G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment &Development Kosi Katarmal, Almora 263 643 (Uttarakhand) Email: psdir@gbpihed.nic.in 39. R.K. Kale (Prof.) School of Life Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110067 Email: raosahebkale@gmail.com 40 Rahul Varman (Prof.) Department of I.M.E. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, IIT Post Office, Kanpur, 208016 (U.P) Email: rahulv@iitk.ac.in 41. Ram Puniyani (Dr.) 110/5 MHADA Deluxe Rambaug’ Powai Mumbai- 400076 Email: ram.puniyani@gmail.com 42. Ram Kumar Mishra (Retd) Director Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE) Osmania University Campus Hyderabad 500 007 (A.P.) Email: ramkumarmishra@gmail.com 43. R.C. Sobti (Prof.) Vice-Chancellor Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University A Central University, RBL Road, Lucknow 226 025 Email: vc@bbau.ac.in; rcsobti@pu.ac.in 44. R.N. Majumdar (Prof.) Department of Chemical Technology University of Calcutta 92, A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700089 E-mail: rabin.majumdar@gmail.com 61 45. S.K. Sopory (Prof.) Vice-Chancellor Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067 Email: vc@mail.jnu.ac.in 46 S. Faizi (Dr.) R2 Saundarya Apartments Nandavanam, Thiruvananthapurm 695 033 Email: s.faizi111@gmail.com 47. Santosh K Kar (Prof.) Professor, School of Biotechnology KIIT University, Bhubanewsar 751 024 Email: santoshkariis@rediffmail.com 48. Sarah Jose (Ms.) Counsellor Mount Carmel College, Bangalore Email: sarah.jose@gmail.com 49. Shabistan Gaffar (Dr.) Former Chairperson of Committee on Girls EducationNCMEI - President all India Confederation Women’s - Empowerment through Education (AICWETE) Director of Indian Institute of Women Studies New Delhi Email: shabistangaffar@gmail.com 50. Sherly P. Anand (Dr.) Principal, Sree Narayan College for Women Kollam, Kerala Email: sherlypanand@yahoo.com 51, Sibnath Sarma, (Prof.) Former HoD Dept. of Philosophy, and Formerly Dean, Faculty of Arts Gauhati University Gopinath Bordoloi Nagar Guwahati-781014 Eamil: sibnathsarma@gmail.com 52.. Sudarshan Iyengar (Prof.) 3, Parthasarthy Apartments 26,Bhaikakanagar, Thaltej Ahmedabad (Gujarat) 380 059 E-mail: sudarshan54@gmail.com 53. Sudhanshu Bhusan (Prof.) National University of Educational Planning and Administration 16-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016 E-mail: bhushan.sudhanshu@gmail.com 54. T. Madhava Menon (Dr.) Institute for Societal Advancement T. C. 7/768(25),Kesavapuram Lane,Maruthankuzhy, Kanjirampara P.O. Thiruvananthapuram-695 030. Email: tmadhavamenon@gmail.com 55. Udaya Narayana Singh (Prof.) B1 & C1, Dakshinayan, Aban Pally Mauza Taltor (Near Jorabari) Santiniketan 731 235 Email: unsciil@yahoo.com; usn@viswa-bharati.ac.in; akmishraciil@yahoo.com 56. V. Sudhakar (Dr.) Professor of Education Department of Education The English and Foreign Languages University Hyderabad 500 605 Email: sudhakar.venu.india@gmail.com M: 0919440407641 Residence H.No. 3-6-381, Flat No. G-1 Reliance Nest Apartment Street No. 2, Himayat Nagar Hyderabad 500 029 57. V.C. Goyal (Prof.) Head, Research Management & Outreach Division National Institute of Hydrology 62 (Ministry of Water Resources, Govt. of India) Roorkee-247667, India Email: vcgoyal@yahoo.com 58. Vidyanand Nanjundiah (Prof.) Centre for Human Genetics, Bio-Tech. Park, Electronic City I Bangalore 560100 Email: vidya@cee.iisc.ernet.in 59. Vikas Gupta (Prof.) University of Delhi Delhi 110007 Email: vikasedu@gmail.com 60. Vinay K. Kantha (Prof.) Flat-35, Sector-3, Block-3Bhootnath Road Patna, Patna-800026, Bihar Email: vinay_kantha@rediffmail.com 61. Vinod K. Gaur (Prof.) 101 Windsor Court, 17, Millers Road, Bangalore 560 046 E-mail: gaur@cmmacs.ernet.in 62. Vishwa Mohan Katoch (Retd) Ex-Director General Indian Council of Medical Research B-16, Govind Marg, Opposite Baraf Khana, Raja Park, Jaipur- 382004 ( Rajasthan Email: vishwamohan_katoch@yahoo.co.in; Mobile : 09910053701 63. Yatindra Singh Sisodia (Prof.) Director Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social Science Research 6, Bharatpuri Administrative Zone, Ujjain 456 010 Email: yatindra15@yahoo.com, yatindrasingh.sisodia@gmail.com M: 09425380127 Mangalore University, a public university, was established in 1980 and has successfully completed 34 years of providing quality higher education and fulfilling the aspirations of the stakeholders of Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Coorg districts. . The campus Mangalagangothri is located 20 kms from the Southeast coastal town of Mangaluru in Konaje. It has been accredited by NAAC with an ‘A’ grade. This portal of higher education has created access to higher studies in the disciplines of Humanities, Science, Commerce and Management Studies. The University has 25 Post-Graduate Departments with 208 affiliated colleges/institutions. It is a pro-active University that is continually upgrading its infrastructural facilities like well equipped Library, Cyber Lab with one Gbps Internet Connectivity and wifi enabled campus. University has 19 Endowment Chairs on areas like Banking, Rural Development, Yoga, Environment, Literature, Fine Arts, Culture, Religion and Regional languages. The University collaborates with several premier national and international institutions. Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES The Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA when abbreviated) is the first National Science Academy of independent Democratic Republic of India and fourth in chronicle order. The other three national science Academies―Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Indian Academy of Sciences (IAS) and National Science Academy of India (NSAI) were born in British India. ISSA was born, 40 years ago, on August 15, 1974 at University of Allahabad in an assembly of young scientists. August 15, 1974 symbolized a beginning of an altogether new science reflecting democratic needs, aspirations, creative urges / potentialities, history, culture and traditions of peoples of India. Its name was carefully chosen for reflecting the true meaning and function of science. The setting up of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences also heralded a beginning of a new movement for unity of science of Nature-Humans-Society by forging unity among all branches of science. Many described it as a barometer of science and society in India. In more than one sense ISSA is a unique body in the whole world. Science means objective knowledge of non-living and living things / objects and knowledge means answer to questions ‘what’, ‘how’ and ‘why’, about a thing / object. The word ‘Nature’ connotes all forms of objects / things / matter including humans and societies. Nature-Humans-Society form one single continuum. So division of science into physics, chemistry, biology, environment, ecology, agriculture, medical, social, historical etc. is artificial and all such divisions provide partial objective knowledge of Nature-Humans-Society. Unity of Science of Nature-Humans-Society, therefore, is necessary for having correct and full understanding of Nature. Science, thus viewed is unitary as well as uniting. The Science as an objective knowledge of non-living and living objects / things / matter is produced through collective mental and physical labour of men and women. What is the result of collective labour is termed as social and what is social is public and not private. Science, therefore, is social. It springs in society comprising men and women. Because it is social it has social functions. It has the prime role in enabling men and women to enjoy higher quality of material, social and cultural life in harmony with Nature. However, all such social functions of science filter through different groups in the society because of which one doesn’t find one-to-one relationship between science and conditions of all men and women of all societies. Humans’ inability to create a science-based society is well reflected in modern societies all over the world. The Indian Academy of Social Sciences seeks to discover, develop and disseminate science of Nature-Humans-Society in Indian conditions in particular, and world conditions in general, with a mission to build a new Democratic Republic of India where there is no hunger, no poverty, no unemployment, no illiteracy, no disease, no bigotry, no superstitions, no communalism, no casteism and no discrimination of any form and where all men, women and children enjoy equally good quality of material, social, cultural and spiritual life in harmony with Nature without any kind of fear of violence, rape and murder. Founders of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences thought that science can benefit the peoples of a given society only when it is taught and researched in their own language. Communication of scientific research and science education in peoples own language, therefore, is key to the unfolding of creative potentialities of peoples and benefiting them. Unfortunately, even after 68 years of independence science in India is communicated through English. The end result is peoples of India who fund all scientific research are deprived of its benefits. The creativity in science is continuously declining. The Indian Academy of Social Sciences, therefore, seeks to change it by creating necessary conditions for communication of scientific research and science education in Indian languages involving publication of research journals, monographs, books etc. in Indian languages. All branches of science as mentioned below constitute the Indian Academy of Social Sciences: 1. Agricultural Science 2. Anthropology 3. Biological or Life Science 4. Biotechnology 5. Communication And Journalism 6. Commerce 7. Computer Science And Information Technology 8. Defence And Strategic Studies 9. Ecological And Environmental Science 10. Economics 11. Education 12. Engineering Science 13. Geography 14. Earth Science, Atmospheric Science, Ocean Science And Planetary Science 15. History And Archaeology 16. Home Science 17. International Relations Studies 18. Juridical Science 19. Linguistics 20. Management Science 21. Mathematics And Statistics 22. Medical And Health Science 23. Philosophy 24. Physical Science 25. Chemical Science 26. Political Science 27. Population Science 28. Psychology 29. Social Work 30. Sociology Besides, policy planners, development agents and social activists having concern for science-based pursuits also find welcome place in the Indian Academy of Social Sciences. Thus the Indian Academy of Social Sciences is all embracing and all encompassing within the framework of science. The Indian Academy of Social Sciences pursues the following activities for realizing its goal: 1. Indian Social Science Congress 2. Network of State Centres / State level Academies 3. State level Social Science Congress in languages of respective States 4. Research And Training Centres (I) Rural Development Centres (II) Survey Research Centres (III) ISSA Silver Jubilee Peoples Science Centre For Theoretical And Policy Research 5. Research Journals And Newsletters (I) Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (English) (II) Samayik Samajik Chintan (Hindi) (III) ISSA Newsletter 6. Young Scientist Division 7. All India Young Scientists Convention 8. Publication of Books / monographs in Indian languages INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES State Centres/ Indian Social Research Young Scientists Publication Library Documentation Academies Science Congress & Division Division Centre (All Indian States) Training Centres All India Young State Social Science Congresses Scientists Convention Newsletters Journals Books/ Monographs Rural Development Survey Research Peoples Centre for Study Centre Centre Theoretical & Policy Research Andhra Bengal Delhi Karnataka Tamil Nadu Panjab Bihar Maharashtra Assam Orissa Rajasthan Social Social State Social Social Social Social Social Social Social Social Social Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Science Cong. Cong. Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong Cong (Similarly in other States) Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh Lora= Hkkjr dh izFke jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh gSA ,sfrgkfld n`f"V ls ;g pkSFkh jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh gSA vU; rhu jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh] Hkkjrh; jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh] Hkkjrh; foKku vdkneh vkSj jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh dh LFkkiuk fczfV’k 'kklu dky esa gqbZ FkhA bdrkyhl lky iwoZ] 15 vxLr 1974 esa bykgkckn fo'ofo|ky; esa Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh dk tUe gqvkA rr~dkyhu ;qokfoKkfu;ksa dk ,d u;s jk"Vªh; foKku vdkneh dh jpuk djus dk n`<+ ladYi Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh dks LFkkfir djus ,oa lkdkj cukus ds ihNs FkkA Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh Lora= Hkkjr esa fcYdqy ,d u, foKku dk |ksrd gS( ml foKku dk ftlesa Hkkjrh; tuekul dh yksdrkaf=d vko';drk,Ws] egRokdka{kk] lajpukRed {kerk @izo`fRr] bfrgkl] ijEijk ,oa laLd`fr ifjyf{kr gksrh gks rFkk ftlesa foKku dh lHkh 'kk[kkvksa dk laxe ,oa lekxe gksA bldh LFkkiuk izd`fr&euq";&lekt ds foKku dh ,drk dh u;h izfØ;k dh 'kq:vkr dk izrhd gSA foKku dh lHkh 'kk[kkvksa ds chp ikjLifjd lEcU/k ,oa ,drk LFkkfir djuk bl vkUnksyu dk ije y{; gSA foKku dk vFkZ gS futhZo ,oa ltho oLrqvksa@phtksa@inkFkksZa ds ckjsa esa ^oLrqfu"B^ Kku] vkSj Kku dk vFkZ gS fdlh Hkh oLrq@pht@inkFkZ ds ckjsa esa ^D;k^] ^dSls^ ,oa ^D;ksa^ dk mRrjA vk/kqfud foKku esa ^izd`fr^ esa lHkh futhZo ,oa ltho inkFkZ lfEefyr gSA euq"; ,oa lekt izd`fr ds vfHkUu vax gSaA vr,o izd`fr&euq";&lekt dks ,dkdh foKku dh vko';drk gSA blfy, HkkSfrd foKku] jlk;u foKku] tho foKku] tUrq foKku] i;kZoj.k foKku] d`f"k foKku] lekt foKku vkfn ,d nwljs ls tqM+s gSa vkSj muesa ikjLifjd ,drk ds oxSj ^izd`fr&euq";&lekt^ dk ,dkdh foKku laHko ugha gSA oLrqfu"B Kku ds :i esa foKku lkewfgd ekufld ,oa 'kkjhfjd Je dh mit gSA ;g ckr rc vkSj Li"V gks tkrh gS tc ge bl ckr ij /;ku nsrs gSa fd vk/kqfud foKku vR;f/kd laxfBr gSA tks dqN lkewfgd Je ls mitrk gS mls lekt dgk tkrk gSA vr,oa foKku dk ewy LoHkko lekftd gSA tks lekftd gS og lkoZtfud gS ;k lHkh ds fy, gSA blesa ^futh^ dk dksbZ LFkku ugha gSA vr,ao foKku dk dk;Z Hkh lekftd gSA foKku ls lHkh dh HkykbZ lEHko gSA bl izdkj ls ^lekt foKku^ esa lHkh foKku dh 'kk[kk;sa feyrh gSa vkSj ,d u;h bdkbZ dks tUe nsrh gSA Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh bl foKku dh u;h vo/kkj.kk ij [kM+h gSA Hkkjr dh Bksl /kjrh ij ^izd`fr&euq";&lekt^ ds bl u;s foKku dks [kkstuk] fodflr djuk ,oa izlkfjr djuk Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh dk y{; gSA bl u;s foKku ds }kjk ,d ,sls u;s Hkkjr dk fuekZ.k laHko gS ftlesa dksbZ Hkw[kk&uaxk] xjhc] csjkstxkj] vui<+] jksxh] ?kj&foghu u gks] ftlesa ywV&ikV] ekj&ihV] cykRdkj] fgalk vkfn dk ukeksfu'kku u gks vkSj tgka lHkh Hkkjrh; vPNk HkkSfrd] vkfFkZd] lekftd ,oa lkaLd`frd thou ;kiu djrs gksa vkSj tgka izd`fr] euq"; ,oa lekt ds chp Hkzkr`Ro ,oa fe=rk ds lEcU/k gksssA Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh ds laLFkkidksa dk ;g n`<+ fo'okl Fkk fd Hkkjr esa foKku Hkkjrh; yksxksa ds dke rHkh vk ldrk gS tc Hkkjr esa foKku Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk esa gksA tc rd foKku dk lapkj vaxsth Hkk"kk ds }kjk gksxk rc rd u rks Hkkjrh; yksxksa dh oSKkfud lajpukRed {kerk c<+sxh vkSj u gh Hkkjrh; yksxksa dh HkykbZ gksxhA blfy, Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh us Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk esa vuqla/kku ,oa izf'k{k.k ds fy, vuqla/kku if=dkvksa] fdrkcksa] vkfn dk izdkf'kr djus dk y{; cuk;kA Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh viuk y{; v/kksfyf[kr dk;ksZ ds }kjk gkfly djus dk iz;kl djrh gS%& 1- Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vf/kos'ku 2- jkT; dsUnz@jkT; vdkneh 3- jkT; Lrjh; lekt foKku vf/kos'ku 4- vuqla/kku ,oa izf’k{k.k dsUnz ¼v½ xzkeh.k fodkl v/;;u dsaUnz ¼c½ losZ{k.k vuqla/kku dsUnz ¼l½ lS)kfUrd ,oa uhfr yksd foKku vuqla/kku dsUnz 5- vuqla/kku if=dk;sa ¼v½ Hkkjrh; lekt fpUru ¼c½ lkef;d lekt fpUru ¼l½ vdkneh lekpkj i= 6- ;qok foKkuh dsUnz 7- vf[ky Hkkjrh; ;qokfoKkuh vf/kos'ku 8- Hkkjrh; Hkk"kkvksa esa oSKkfud if=dk ,oa iqLrdksa dk izdk'ku 9- foKku lapkj 10- oSKkfud iqLrdky; 11- LFkkuh;@{ks=h;@jk"Vªh;@vUrjk"Vªh; xks"Bh] ifjppkZA 12- fo’ofo|ky;ksa] egkfo|ky;ksa] vuqla/kku laLFkkvksa] iz;ksx'kkykvksa rFkk vkj0 ,.M Mh0 laxBuksa ds lkFk fujUrj la?kkrA INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES PRESIDENTS – PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Sl. No. Name of President Place Year 1. Prof. A.D. Sharma Allahabad 1974-75 2. Prof. R.L. Singh (Late) Varanasi 1976-77 3. Prof. A.D. Pant (Late) Allahabad 1977-78 4. Prof. B.K. Roy Burman (Late) New Delhi 1978-79 5. Prof. R.P. Dhokalia New Delhi 1979-80 6. Prof. S.P. Dasgupta (Late) Calcutta 1980-81 7. Prof. Shib K. Mitra (Late) New Delhi 1981-82 8. Prof. Gautam Mathur (Late) New Delhi 1982-83 9. Prof. Ravinder Kumar (Late) New Delhi 1983-84 10. Prof. Ramkrishna Mukherjee Calcutta 1984-85 11. Prof. Yogendra Singh New Delhi 1985-86 12. Prof. V.K.R.V. Rao (Late) Bangalore 1986-87 13. Prof. M.S. Gore (Late) Mumbai 1987-88 14. Prof. B.M. Udgaonkar (Late) Mumbai 1988-89 15. Prof. D.P. Pattanayak Bhubaneswar 1989-90 16. Prof. Upendra Baxi New Delhi 1990-91 17. Prof. B.L. Amla Mysore 1991-92 18. Prof. P.M. Bhargava Hyderabad 1992-93 19. Dr. K.S. Singh (Late) Ranchi 1993-94 20. Prof. A. Rahman (Late) New Delhi 1994-95 21. Dr. Basanta Sarkar (Late) Hyderabad 1995-96 22. Prof. K. Raghavendra Rao Dharwad 1996-97 23. Dr. Upendra Trivedi New Delhi 1997-98 24. Prof. S.C. Bhattacharya Allahabad 1998-99 25. Prof. G.C. Pande (Late) Allahabad 1999-2000 26. Prof. G.D. Sharma New Delhi 2000 -2001 27. Prof. Rajammal P. Devadas (Late) Coimbatore 2001-2002 28. Prof. K. Wilson Hyderabad 2002-2003 29 Prof. K.H. Cheluva Raju (Late) Bangalore 2003-2004 30 Dr. A. K. Tharien (Late) Dindigul 2004-2005 31 Prof. M. G. S. Narayanan Calicut 2005-2006 32 Prof. N. Markandan Coimbatore 2006-2007 33 Dr. Bhalchandra Mungekar New Delhi 2007-2008 34 Sri S.P. Shukla New Delhi 2008-2009 35 Prof. Meher H. Engineer Kolkata 2009-2010 36. Prof. Vinod K. Gaur Bangalore 2010-2011 37 Dr. T. Karunakaran Wardha 2011-2012 38 Prof. Santosh K. Kar New Delhi 2012-2013 39 Prof. P.S. Ramakrishnan New Delhi 2013-2014 40 Prof. R.P. Singh Pune 2014-2015 41 Prof. R.C. Tripathi Allahabad 2015-2016 42 Prof. B.M. Hegde Mangalore 2015-2016 INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS Session Focal Theme Venue Year I Issues in Social Research in India Allahabad 1976 II Problems of Development of Small Towns Varanasi 1977 III Accelerating Rural Development Kanpur 1978 IV Social Science of Society of Future Santiniketan 1979 V Impact of Science & Technology on Indian Society Udaipur 1980 VI Social Perspective of Development of Science & Technology in India Kanpur 1981 VII National Integration and Development of India New Delhi 1982 VIII Strategies of India's Development Hyderabad 1983 IX State & Society in India Aligarh 1984 X Social Structure of Society in India Allahabad 1985 XI Challenges of Transformation of Society and Culture in India Mumbai 1986 XII Indian Society at the Turn of the Century: Objectives & Strategies Mysore 1987 XIII Social Implications of Development: The Asian Experience New Delhi 1988 XIV Planning for India's Development: The Vision, The Challenges & Implementation Ahmedabad 1989 XV Society, Language & Development: Indian Context Berhampur 1990 XVI Decay & Destruction Today: Social Reality and Social Theory Pune 1991 XVII Creativity, Technology, Productivity & Justice: The Indian Context Bangalore 1993 XVIII Knowledge for New World Order Vadodara 1994 XIX People of India Allahabad 1996 XX Fifty Years of Freedom of India: State, Nation and People Santiniketan 1996-97 XXI Peoples' Technology And Social Organisation in Action Thanjavur 1997 XXII Democracy, Peoples', Development And Culture: The Emerging Challenges And Initiatives Gandhigram 1998 XXIII Social Change: The Initiatives and Intervention Coimbatore 1999 XXIV Perspective of Development of India In The Twenty First Century Chandigarh 2000 XXV The Emerging Challenges of Globalisation And Food Security In The Twenty First Century Thiruvanathapuram 2001 XXVI Power, Violence And Society Visakhapatanam 2002 XXVII The Challenges To Democracy In India: From Critique to Construction Kharagpur 2003 XXVIII The Crisis of Modern Civilisation Gandhigram 2005 XXIX Facing The Challenges of Modern Civilisation Lucknow 2005 XXX Towards A New Global Society Kraikudi 2006 XXXI Peoples’ Struggles And Movements for Equitable Society Mumbai 2007 XXXII The Indian Republic At The Crossroads New Delhi 2008 XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII Our Planet In Crisis India-Post 1991 Working For Peaceful Co-Existence And A Just World Science, Society And The Planet Earth Building An Ecologically Sustainable Society Hyderabad Guwahati Wardha Bhubaneswar Aligarh 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 XXXVIII XXXIX Knowledge Systems, Scientific Temper and The Indian People Emerging Interfaces of Social Science and Public Policy in India Visakhapatnam Mangalore 2015 2015 INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 2015-16 S. No. Name and Address Designation Email/Telephone/Mobile 1. Prof. R.C. Tripathi Hawaghar 37/2, Chatham Lines, Allahabad 211002 President ramacharan.tripathi@gmail.com M: 09305838659 2. Prof. B.M. Hegde Manjunath, Pais Hills,Bajai Mangalore-575 004 (Karnataka) President-elect hegdebm@gmail.com M: 09449442000 3. Dr. R.P. Singh D-3/2, Gera’s Emerald City, BANER Pune 411045 Immediate Past President singh.prakash.ram@gmail.com Ph : 020-27219124 M : 09420482405 4. Prof. O.R. Reddy Flat No. 1, Shri Lalita Apartment Kiralampudi Layout Andhra University Gate (Down) Visakhapattanam 530 003 (A.P.) Vice President Vice President orreddy@yahoo.com Tel: 0891-2575914 orreddy@yahoo.com Tel: 0891-2575914 M: 9849454838 M: 9849454838 5. Prof. C.K. Raju Professor B-56 Tarang Apartments 19, I.P. Extension, Delhi 110092 Vice-President c_k_raju@hotmail.com M: 09310431415 6. N.P. C Dr. N.P. Chaubey Indian Academy of Social Sciences 5, Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211 004 Campus Campus General Secretary issaald@gmail.com Ph: 0532-2544245, 2544570 7. Prof. Jagdish Narain 10/3B, Bank Road Teachers Colony, Allahabad 211 002 Treasurer jnpurwar@rediffmail.com M: 09936684535 8. Dr. Joseph Benjamin 5.1sh Kripanagar P.O. Mankapur Nagpur Councillor joseph.sfscollege@gmail.com M: 054422807585 9. Dr. Sandeep K. Ghatak Asansol Girls College Dr. Anjali Rai Sarani, Asansol – 713304 (W.B.) Councillor Councillor sandipghatak59@gmail.com M: 09434311497 10. Dr. Vibhu Kumar Rajendra Sarovar Chapra – 841302 (Bihar) Councillor vibhu.kumar975@gmail.com M: 09430079893 11. Dr. Saumen Chattopadhyay Associate Professor Zakir Hussain Centre for Educational Studies School of Social Sciences Councillor sauchatto@yahoo.com M: 09873439840 Jawaharlal Nehru Univesity New Delhi 110067 12. 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Dr. Mani Ram Singh Assistant Professor, State Takmeel ut Tim College and Hospital, Abdul Aziz Road Chaupatiya, Lucknow (U.P.) – 226 003 Councillor dr_maniramsingh@rediffmail.com M: 08303205436 18. Dr. Chandrakant Puri Chair Professor Rajeev Gandhi Centre for Contemporary Studies, University of Mumai 3rd Floor, Aanade Bhawan Vidyanagari, Kalina Santacruz (W) Mumbai (M.S) Councillor chandrakant.puri@gmail.com M: 09819056444 19. Dr. Maitriya Ghosh Librarian Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha 400 005 (M.S.) Councillor maitrayee@hindivishwa.org M: 09919127616 20. Prof. S.S. Patagundi Prof & Head Department of Political Science Karnataka University, Dharwad Karnataka - 580003 Councillor patagundi@rediffmail.com 21 Dr. M.K. 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Rangappa Vice Chancellor University of Mysore Mysore – 570005 Special Invitee Special Invitee vc@uni-mysore.ac.in; rangappaks@gmail.com; rangappaks@yahoo.com 28 Prof. Muzaffar Assadi Department of Political Science Mysore University, Crawford Hall, Mysore 570 005 Special Invitee muzaffar.assadi@gmail.com ISSA’s PUBLICATIONS Title Price 1. Rediscovering Marxism of Karl Marx by Randhir Singh Paperback 30.00 2. Secularism in India by MS Gore (Ed) Deluxe Paperback 200.00 130.00 3. Social Justice and Social Process in India by N.R. Madhav Menon (Ed) Deluxe Paperback 250.00 150.00 4. Social Implications of Development: The Asian Experience by MS Gore, G. Pant and N.P. Chaubey Deluxe Paperback 180.00 120.00 5. Indian Society at the Turn of the Century by N.P. Chaubey (Ed) 200.00 6. The Myth of Planned Development by E. Haribabu, B. Sarkar and N.P. Chaubey (Eds) Deluxe Paperback 230.00 130.00 7. Regional Planning and Development 10.00 8. Imperatives of Democratic Planning in India by Ranjit Sau Paperback 20.00 9. Impact of Science and Technology on Indian Society by S.N. Ghosh & N.P. Chaubey (Eds) 80.00 10. Social Perspective of Development of Science and Technology in India by B.V. Rangarao & N.P. Chaubey (Eds) 100.00 11. Tribal Techniques, Social Organisations and Development: Disruption and Alternates by N.P. Chaubey (Ed) 100.00 12. Social Perspective of Generation and Utilization of Indigenous Science and Technology by B. Sarkar, M.A. Qureshi and N.P. Chaubey(Eds) Deluxe Paperback 160.00 100.00 13. Social Perspective in Microprocessors and Information Technology by R. Sadananda and B. Sarkar (Eds) Deluxe Paperback 75.00 50.00 14. Deprivation And Human Personality: Current Theory and Research by L.P. Pandey,Rajni Patni and N.P. Chaubey Deluxe Paperback 250.00 200.00 15. Knowledge for New World Order by B. Sarkar Individua Library 30.00 50.00 16. Fifty Years of Freedom of India: State, Nation and People by K Raghavendra Rao, Asok K. Maiti, D. Panda and N.P. Chaubey (Eds) Deluxe Paperback 250.00 100.00 17. Terrorism, State Terrorism and Democratic Rights by Randhir Singh Member Nonmember Library 15.00 20.00 25.00 18. Social Cost of Bonded Labour by U.P. Arora, M.K. Patra, Ramshankar and N.P. Chaubey 20.00 19. Nurturants of Bonded Labour by U.P. Arora, M.K. Patra, Ramshankar and N.P. Chaubey 10.00 20. Democracy, Peoples' Development And Culture: The Emerging Challenges And Iniatives by D. Panda and N.P. Chaubey Paperback Deluxe 150.00 350.00 21. Population Change And Rural Development Paperback 100 22. Emerging International Order And Foreign Policy options For India by P.M. Kamath (Ed.) Deluxe Paperback 260.00 150.00 23. Education and Family Welfare Planning By B. N. Sarkar Deluxe 410.00 24. Social Science Abstracts (Yearly Publication)* Individual Library 300.00 400.00 25. Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (Quarterly Journal in English)** Library Individual Foreign 300.00 200.00 $80.00 26. Samayik Samajik Chintan (Quarterly Journal in Hindi) Library Individual Foreign 250.00 200.00 $80.00 27. Towards Health-Care For All : Some Key Issues by Dr. Anant Phadke Individual Library 20.00 45.00 28. Indian Human Development In A Nation by Ranjit Sahu Individual Library 15.00 30.00 29. Information Technology, Peoples Development and Culture By C. M. Bhandari, Ashok K. Gupta & N.P. Chaubey (Eds) Paperback Deluxe 120.00 250.00 30. Sociology And Politics of Health For All In India by D. Banerji Individual Library 15.00 25.00 31. Evolution of India’s Health Policy 1947-2001: An Appraisal by Saumya Panda Individual Library 20.00 30.00 32. Facing The Challenges of Globalisation by S.N. Ghosh Individual Library 20.00 30.00 33. Elephant In The Mirror By H.M. Marulasiddaiah Individual Library 20.00 30.00 34. Impediments To Social Change In India by D. Panda Individual Library 30.00 50.00 35. ISSA and the Rural Youth (English & Telugu) by Dr. N.P. Chaubey 15.00 36. Political Economy of (Breast) Cancer by Sthabir Dasgupta Paperback Deluxe 50.00 80.00 37. The Tragic Partition of Bengal by Suniti Kumar Ghosh Paperback Deluxe 200.00 350.00 38. Globalisation, Democracy And Third World (in Bengal), Vol. I & Vol. II 39 Constructing An Identity: Forging Hindusim Into Harappan Religions By K. M. Shrimali Individual Library 50-00 90.00 40 On Ethics of Violence by D Panda Paperback 25.00 41 Crisis of Civilisation, Vol. I By N. P. Chaubey and D. Panda Paperback Delux 100.00 200.00 42 Trend Report of XXVIII Indian Social Science Congress 43 Proceedings of XXVIII Indian Social Science Congress 44 Presidential Address to XXVIII ISSC by A. K. Tharien 45 Toward A New Global Society (Presidential Address to XXX ISSC by N. Markandan) 46 Inaugural Speech to XXXI ISSC by Bhalchandra Mungekar 47. Proceedings of The XXXII Indian Social Science Congress 48. Tuning The Media To Science And The New Democratic Global Society (In Press) 49. Peoples Struggles And Movements For Equitable Society Paper Back Deluxe 700.00 1,500.00 50. Special Economic Zones: Economic And Social Perspective (In Press) 51. {Planet Earth: Peoples, Society And Science (In Press) Paperback Deluxe 200.00 400.00 52. The Indian Republic At The Crossroads By S.P. Shukla and K.S. Sharma Paper Back Deluxe 300.00 400.00 53. The Indian Republic At The Cross Road: In In Search of Radical And Inclusive Politics by S.P. Shukla 20.00 54. Our Planet In Crisis (In Press) 55. Our Planet In Crisis: Presidential Address by Meher H. Engineer 20.00 56. Towards A Just Egalitarian Cooperative Social Order XXXV ISSA by Sulabha Brahme 20.00 57. Grounds For Hope by Ramrkishna Bhattacharya Paperback 20.00 58. Our Planet In Crisis by Meher H. Engineer Paperback 20.00 59. Proceedings of XXXV Indian Social Science Congress 60. Proceedings of XXXVI Indian Social Science Congress 61 Proceedings of XXXVII Indian Social Science Congress 62 Proceedings of XXXVIII Indian Social Science Congress 63 Building An Ecologically Sustainable Society (In Press) 64 Knowledge Systems, Scientific Temper And the Indian People (In Press) 65 Financing of Universities: State Vs Private (In Press) Till now 38 volumes of Social Science Abstracts have been published. Some of the back volumes are available. XXXIX XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES For Secretariat use only Regd. No: Abstract No.: Date Received: ABSTRACT FORM This form should reach the Secretariat by October 15, 2015. Please mail it to Dr. N.P. Chaubey, General Secretary, Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Iswar Saran Ashram Campus, Allahabad 211004, INDIA. before October 15, 2015 E-mail:, issaald@gmail.com; Website; www.issaindia.in Guidelines for submission 1. Only one abstract to be submitted by each registrant 2. The entire abstract including title, author(s) Institution(s) country and acknowledgement must fit within the rectangle. Maximum length: 500 words. 3. Type the title in upper case letters, the names of the authors and their addresses in upper and lower case and underline the name of the presenting author. 4. Abstracts will be printed by photo-offset process after reduction. 5. When using IBM or Apple Macintosh word-processing facilities, use a CG times 10 pitch font. When using a typewriter, use Gothic 12 pitch font. 6. One original abstract and 3 copies to be mailed with cardboard packing. 7. Floppy containing text of paper if possible may be sent: 8. Papers in Hindi should be sent in Kruti Dev 016 font of Microsoft Word. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE AUTHOR: Name:_____________________________________________-___________________________________ Mailing address:________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail:____________________________________ Fax:_______________________________________ Tel: (R): _________________________________ (O):_______________________________________ Research Committee Thematic Panel: Symposium/Seminar Theme: ___________________________________________________________ Note: Indicate the Research Committee's and Thematic Panel’s Code (01, 02, 03..) and its name which applies to your abstract. Please write the title of the symposium/seminar/workshop/colloquia if your paper is for it FOR ABSTRACT XXXIX DECLARATION FORM XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS (December 1-5, 2015 at Mangalore University, Mangalore) DECLARTION TO BE MAILED WITH PAPER This is to certify that the paper titled below is based on the original research by the undersigned and that it is being exclusively submitted to the Indian Academy of Social sciences for its XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress The undersigned also certify/certifies that this paper has neither been presented before, nor published earlier, nor is it under publication elsewhere. The undersigned is/are solely responsible for facts presented and views expressed in the paper. It is further certified that no portion of the paper has been copied from internet or any other source. The undersigned promises not to present or publish this paper without obtaining permission from the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. The undersigned's full address and contact numbers are attached as a part of this declaration. paper title (in CAPITALS): ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ language: Hindi  English  full name in CAPITALS Author I:_______________________________________________________________________ Address________________________________________________________________________ Author II:_______________________________________________________________________ Address________________________________________________________________________ (In case of more than two authors provide the details on a separate sheet) Signature & date Signature &date (Author I) (AuthorII) Addressed to: Dr. N.P. Chaubey Member-Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211004 Tel: (R) 0532-2544570, (O) 0532-2544245 E-mail: issaald@gmail.com Website:www.issaindia.in XXXIX REGISTRATION FORM XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS (December 1-5, 2015 at Mangalore University, Mangalore) *The word ‘accompanying person’ means wife or husband or child. A child below the age of 6 years shall not be charged for food The undersigned is interested in registering for the XXXVIII Indian Social Science Congress. category of registration for which the fee is enclosed is indicated by the tick mark below (√) : Check one below: I am a Member of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, my Membership Card Number is________________ I wish to be a Member of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, the Application References: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ I am a Postgraduate research student and have attached the "bonafide certificate" from the registrar and/or a competent authority from my institution. ________________________________________________________________________________________ I/we am/are institutional delegate(s) from _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Kindly find enclosed an account payee BANK DRAFT payable at Allahabad drawn in favour of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. Bank Draft Number: _________________ _____ Bank Draft Date:_____________________________________ Bank Drawn on: ___________________________ Total Amount in Figure________________________________ Total amount in words_________________________________________________________________ P.T.O CATEGORY Up to November 15 2015 From November 16, 2015 1. Member Delegate Rs. 3,000.00 Rs. 3,500.00 2. Non-Member Delegate Rs. 4,000.00 Rs. 4,500.00 3. Institutional Member Delegates (upto three persons) Rs. 10,000.00 Rs. 12,000.00 4. Non Member Institutional Delegates (upto three persons) Rs. 15,000.00 Rs. 18,000.00 5. Member Student Delegates Rs. 2,000.00 Rs. 2,500.00 6. Non-Member Student Delegate Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 3,000.00 7. Local Delegate Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 3,000.00 8. Foreign Delegates (c) From Afro-Asian-Latin American countries (d) From other countries (North America And Europe) Rs. 5,000.00 US $ 500.00 Rs. 6,000.00 US $ 600.00 9.Accompanying Persons* (iv) Indian (v) Afro-Asian-Latin American countries (vi) Other Foreign countries (North America And Europe) Rs. 2,000.00 Rs. 2,500.00 US $ 200.00 Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 3,000.00 US $ 250.00 The undersigned's full addresses and contact numbers are as given below: __________________________________________________________________ Male Female __________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________

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Chaubey General Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences 5, Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211004 Telefax: (R) 0532-2544170, (O) 0532-2544245 E-mail: issaald@gmail.in Website: www.issaindia.org.in FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Received the Registration Fee for the XXXVIII Indian Social Science Congress as per the details above and issued the receipt. ____________________________________________________________________ Receipt Number: _________________________Receipt Date: _________________________ Total Amount in Figures: Rs._____________________________________________________ Total Amount in words: ________________________________________________________ Entry in the register on page_________________________ of serial number _____________ Treasurer Accountant Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vdkneh INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (HQ. Iswar Saran Ashram Campus, Allahabad 211004, India) MEMBESHIP FORM The undersigned is interested in becoming a member of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) and pledges abide by its constitution and rules and regulations. The category of membership for which the fee is enclosed is indicated by the tick mark below: Membership Category Fee Amount Membership Category Fee Amount 1. Life Fellow Rs. 4,000.00 (one time installment) 2. Fellow Rs. 500.00 (per annum) 3. Associate Fellow (for Research Students only) Rs. 300.00 (per annum) 4. Sessional Fellow Rs. 400.00 (per annum) 5. Donor Member Rs. 5,000.00 (per annum) 6. Institutional Member Annual Rs. 3,000.00 (per annum) Permanent Rs.20,000.00 (one time installment) Note: Please add Rs. 100.00 to the membership fee for coloured membership card with photograph Check if applicable ():  I am a full time research scientist/University/college Teacher.  I am a Postgraduate/research student and have attached the "bona-fide certificate" from the registrar and/or a competent authority from my institution.  I am a Social Activist/Policy Planner/Development Administrator. Kindly find enclosed a payee account BANK DRAFT/CHEQUE payable at Allahabad drawn in favour of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. Bank Draft Number: _____________________________________________________________ Bank draft Date: _____________________________________________________________ Bank drawn on: _____________________________________________________________ Total Amount in Figures: ______________________________________________________ Total Amount in words: _____________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ The undersigned's full addresses and contact numbers and other professional data are as given below: I have attached the details of my contributions on a separate sheet of paper along with reprints/reprints of important publications. An extra passport size photograph may be attached with the application. ____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Passport size photo __________________________________________________________________________________ Phone (o): ____________________________ Phone (r): _________________________________________ Fax: ____________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________________ telex:_______________________________ telegram: _____________________________________________ Permanent Address if any: ______________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ date of birth: ____________________________ (dd/mm/yyyy) ____________________________________ place of work: __________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ Occupation: ___________________________________________________________________ Academic Qualification: _____________________________________________________________ Field of Specialization: _______________________________________________________________ Social sc. sc./tech/ activist DECLARTAION I pledge and promise to work for the betterment of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences unconditionally and devotedly. I may be disqualified if found acting against the interest of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences. __________________________________________ _____________________________________ (full name in CAPITALS) signature and date ___________________________________________________________________________________ FOR OFFICE UNE ONLY Received the Membership Fee for the Indian Academy of Social Sciences as per the details above and issued the receipt to _____________________________________________________________________ Receipt Number: ______________________________Receipt Date: ___________________________ Total Amount in Figures: ______________________________________________________________ Total Amount in words: _______________________________________________________________ Entry in the register on page___________________________of serial number____________________ Admitted as Member  yes  no (ref. no and date:_______________________) signed_________________________ Signed ____________________ signed___________________ General Secretary Treasurer Accounta XXXIX ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD FORM XXXIX INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS (December 1-5, 2015 at Mangalore University, Mangalore ) ACCOMMODATION & FOOD FORM TO BE RECEIVED BY THE LOCAL ORGANISING SECRETARY BEFORE NOVEMBER 15_, 2015 Please tick one below:  The undersigned is interested in accommodation arranged by the Host to the above Congress.  The undersigned will make his/her own accommodation arrangements [Registered delegates will stay in hostels of Mangalore University. Arrangements for hotel accommodation and payment will have to be made by the delegates directly. Transport to and from the venue of the Congress will also have to be made by such delegates directly. The Host and the Academy are not responsible for the dealings with any payments to the Hotels. Free accommodation and food will be available to all registered delegates] My name and address is as given below: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________
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________________________________________________________________________________ Phone(O): ___________________________________ Phone (R): __________________________________ Fax: ________________________________________ e-mail: ___________________________________ gender: I am unaccompanied I am accompanied as below full name in CAPITALS age gender ___________________  m  f  ___________________  m  f  ___________________  m  f  number of accompanying persons: ______________________________________________________ Details of Travel Arrival Departure Place from Train Plane Bus Date Time Date Time full name in CAPITALS signature & date instt. & place Addressed to: Prof. Rajaram Tolpadi Local Organizing Secretary XXXIX Indian Social Science Congress Department of Political Science Mangalore University, Mangalore 574 199 Email: rtolpadi@gmail.com, Website: mangaloreuniversity.ac.in Time 1st date 1st day 2nd date 2nd day 3rd date 3rd day 4th date 4th day 5th date 5th day remarks Upto 0845 breakfast breakfast breakfast breakfast 0700-0930 Registration Inaugural Plenary-I Plenary-III Plenary-V Plenary-VII 0930-1000 1000-1030 1030-1100 1100-1115 Tea break Tea break Tea break Tea break 1115-1145 1145-1215 Plenary-II Plenary-IV Plenary VI Plenary-VIII 1215-1245 1245-1315 Special Lecture 1315-1415 Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break 1415-1445 parallel sessions parallel sessions parallel sessions Parallel session Free Interaction 1445-1515 All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/Sym Trend Report By Task Force Assembly of Delegates 1515-1545 1545-1600 Tea break All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia AAA Tea break All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia A Tea break All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia Tea break All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia Tea Break All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia 1600-1645 parallel sessions All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia parallel sessions All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia parallel sessions All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia parallel sessions All RCs/Thematic Panels/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshop Colloquia Free time Valedictory 1645-1700 Free Time Free Time Free Time Farewell High Tea 1700-1800 Public Lecture I Public Lecture III Public Lecture V Public Lecture VI Public Lecture VII Farewell dinner 1800-1900 public lecture 1I public lecture IV Annual General House Meeting 1900-2030 Cultural Programmes/Free Interactions/Official Meetings Young Scientists Meet 2030-2130 dinner break dinner break dinner break dinner break Task Force Meeting 22130-2330 Task Force Meeting Ad Hoc Group Discussion Young Scientists Meeting Task Force Meeting Ad Hoc Group Discussion Young Scientists Meeting Task Force Meeting Ad Hoc Group Discussion Young Scientists Meeting INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES XXXIX TYPICAL OUTLINE OF PROGRAMMES Indian Social Science Congress Hkkjrh; lekt foKku vf/kos'ku INDIAN ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Let us come together and work together in search of that science which will wipe out poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy and violence from the mother earth for ever and enable every man, woman and child on earth to enjoy superior quality of material, social and spiritual life in peace and in harmony with Nature. Let us build a new science of newer and better Democratic and ecological civilisation MEMBERSHIP The Indian Academy of Social Sciences seeks to build science of Nature-Humans-Society in Indian conditions through integration of research and theories across subjects. Its membership is open to scientists of all branches of science, social workers and policy planners. It is also open to universities, colleges and research institutes, national and regional laboratories, associations of scientific disciplines and other institutions / organizations including industrial organizations. Following categories of memberships are available: Membership Category Fee Amount 1. Life Fellow Rs. 4,000.00 (one time installment) 2. Fellow Rs. 500.00 (per annum) 3. Associate Fellow (for Research Students only) Rs. 300.00 (per annum) 4. Sessional Fellow Rs. 400.00 (per annum) 5. Donor Member Rs. 5,000.00 (per annum) 6. Institutional Member Annual Rs. 3,000.00 (per annum) Permanent Rs.20,000.00 (one time installment) Note: Please add Rs. 100.00 to the membership fee for coloured Membership Card with photograph. All payments to be made by account payee bank drafts in favour of Indian Academy of Social Sciences payable at Allahabad and sent under registered cover. Outstation M.O. / Cheques are not accepted. Further details can be had from the following: Dr. N.P. Chaubey General Secretary Indian Academy of Social Sciences Iswar Saran Ashram Campus Allahabad 211004 Tel: (R) 0532-2544570 (O) 0532-2544245 E-mail: issaald@gmail.com Website: www.issaindia.in