KU to host int’l seminar on globalization
Srinagar, Sep 24 : The Department of Sociology in collaboration with the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi and National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) is organizing a two day International Seminar on Globalization, Change and Emerging Imperatives – India and Thailand from September 28.
60 eminent academicians from various reputed institutions of Thailand from various institutions including Chulalongkorn University, Fellow of the Royal Institute, The Dushdi Mala Medal, National Research Council of Thailand, Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkatta are participating in the Seminar.
It is for the first time after the establishment of the bilateral venture between ICSSR and NRCT, the KU under the auspices of Department of Sociology has been honoured to organize and host this mega academic event. Dr. Aneesa Shafi, Associate Professor Department of Sociology has been nominated as the organizing Secretary by ICSSR.
According to the programme, Abdul Gani Malik, Minister for Higher Education, will be the Chief Guest on the Inaugural Session of the seminar scheduled on September 28 and Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat Chairperson, ICSSR and former Chairperson, University Grants Commission, will be delivering the inaugural address. Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir will be the chief guest on the Valedictory function scheduled on September 29.
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