KU Conference on Globalization-Eurasia ends
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 20: The International Conference on ‘Globalization and Eurasia: Changes & Challenges’ concluded at the University of Kashmir on Thursday.
At least 45 papers were presented during nine technical sessions by eminent experts from India and foreign countries including Russia, Italy, Sweden, Poland, Check Republic, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Britain.
The theme of the Conference was discussed in different contours, especially the impact of globalization on the vast Eurasian region.
“Since Eurasia has been the epicenter of economic, cultural and human interaction, the participants underscored the need for proper coordination between South Asian and the Eurasian countries,” said Prof Mushtaq A Kaw, Conference Coordinator and Director (Area Study Programme) at the CCAS.
He said different resolutions were adopted in the conference wherein it was highlighted that coordination rather than competition should guide the interests of Eurasia and South Asian countries. “And, for this, there is need for a continued engagement between through dialogue and consultation. It was further resolved that the Eurasian countries should avail opportunities offered by globalization which has broken barriers between countries and cultures,” Prof Kaw said.
The participants also emphasized that India should widened its engagement with Eurasian states for multilateral benefits “which is possible through confidence building measures and restoration of traditional transit and trade links between India and Central Asia.”
The participants appreciated the role of CCAS in organizing the mega event. They hailed the patronage of Vice Chancellor of Kashmir University Prof. Talat Ahmad and support of the Registrar Prof S Fayaz Ahmad and other members of the University of Kashmir in organizing the Conference. The Conference was inaugurated by His Excellency, Shri N. N. Vohra, the Hon’ble Governor, J&K State on 18 October.
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