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    XXVI IATLIS NATIONAL CONFERENCE, 2009 25-27 November 2009 ON THE THEME ENVISIONING EMPLOYABLE LIS COURSES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR THE EMERGING KNOWLEDGE
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 29, 2009
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      XXVI IATLIS NATIONAL CONFERENCE, 2009
      25-27 November 2009
      ON THE THEME
      ENVISIONING EMPLOYABLE LIS COURSES IN
      DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR THE EMERGING
      KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
      Invitation and call
      for papers
      Organised by
      Department of Library and Information Science
      The University of Burdwan
      Golapbag, Burdwan - 713104
      West Bengal
      www.buruniv. ac.in
      IATLIS:
      Indian Association of Teachers of Library and Information Science (IATLIS) (founded 1969) is a professional association of about 600 teachers and professionals in Library and Information Science in India. Since its inception in 1969, IATLIS has been active in taking up several issues of LIS Education in India especially relating to the development of curriculum, teaching methods, infrastructure, teachers’ training, etc. It actively works for the promotion of the professional interests of LIS teachers. As part of its activities, it conducts national seminars, workshops, training programmes, etc. It brings out its official organ 'IATLIS Communication' besides publishing pre-conference volumes. This year the annual IATLIS conference is to be held at Department of Library & Information Science, University of Burdwan, Golapbag, Burdwan – 713104, West Bengal. The theme of the conference is “Envisioning Employable LIS Courses in Developing Countries for
      the Emerging Knowledge Society”. The conference is scheduled to be held from 25-27 November 2009.
      About Burdwan (in Bengali language: Barddhaman):
      Burdwan (Barddhaman) is a city of West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the district capital since the times of the Mughals. The city is situated a little less than 100 Km north-west of Kolkata on the Grand Trunk Road (NH-2) as well as on Eastern Railway as a junction railway station. The city holds the literal meaning of the name, a prosperous and growing centre due to diversity of agricultural productivity and industrial belts. It has a multi-cultural heritage which is exhibited through the existence of various mosques, tombs, churches and temples. The town owes its historical importance of being the headquarters of the Maharajas of Burdwan who tried their best to make the region culturally, economically, educationally and ecologically healthier.
      The University of Burdwan:
      The University of Burdwan was formally inaugurated on 15 June 1960. It is a University of national character and stature. The Mahatab Manjil (the Palace of King: Rajbati) serves as Administrative Block of this university and Academic Complex is situated in Golapbag (the Garden of Rose) which is 2 km from Rajbati. The University is all set to enter in Golden Jubilee Celebration phase from June in this year after offering excellent educational services to the community. It offers graduate courses through 105 affiliated colleges and post-graduate courses in Arts, Science and Technology. As a dual mode university, it has 29 teaching and research departments along with a separate Directorate of Distance Education. With social responsibilities in mind, the university actively patronised the construction of a Science Centre and a Planetarium, named as Meghnad Saha Planetarium.
      Department of Library and Information Science:
      The Department of Library and Information Science, one of the oldest departments of the University of Burdwan, initiated post-graduate diploma in Library Science in 1965. This course later on fragmented into three separate programmes namely BLIS (1 year, two-semester programme), MLIS (1 year, two-semester programme), and M.Phil (2 years, four-semester programme). Ph. D. programme has been started since 1980. The department has two state-of-the- art computer laboratories with high-speed ATM LAN and high bandwidth Internet connectivity. One ICT lab is dedicated for the use of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS). The department regularly updates its curriculum to keep pace with the emerging job-market. development.
      Theme of the Conference
      ENVISIONING EMPLOYABLE LIS COURSES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR THE EMERGING KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

      Sub-themes:
      1. Relevance of existing LIS courses to the job- market.
      2. Developing LIS courses for the emerging job market.
      3. Equity, diversity and expansion of LIS education.
      4. Choice-based credit system and internship programmes.
      5. Resource-based student-centred learning.
      6. Accreditation, quality assurance and standardization with special reference to distance education.
      7. Continuous Professional Education and Development for Faculty improvement.
      8. Physical, technological, and learning support infrastructure.
      9. Liaison with and feedback management from students, alumni, and employers.
      10. Marketing of LIS courses.
      11. Research agenda for future.
      12. International Cooperation and collaboration
      13. Role of stakeholders in LIS education and research.
      The above sub-themes are not comprehensive rather indicative only.
      Call for Papers:
      Papers on the above-mentioned facets of the theme “Envisioning Employable LIS courses in Developing Countries for the Emerging Knowledge Society” for the XXVI IATLIS National Conference should reach Dr. Trishanjit. Kaur, General Secretary, IATLIS, C/o Department of Library and Information Science, Punjabi University, Patiala - 147002 (Punjab) latest by 30 September 2009. The paper should not be more than three thousand words. Please send your paper both in print and electronic form on a CD in Microsoft Word and also a soft copy through email to iatlis.patiala@ gmail.com. The paper should include title, name and address of author(s), abstract, and keywords. Use the APA Style Manual for preparing the paper. For further information about this check this link: http://www.wooster. edu/psychology/ APA-crib. html

      Registration fee:
      Indian Delegates:
      Sponsored: Rs. 3000/-
      Non-Sponsored: Rs. 2500/-
      Retired Professionals: Rs. 1500/-
      Local Participants: Rs. 1500/-
      Accompanying Person: Rs. 2000/-
      Students: Rs. 600/-

      Foreign Delegates:
      SARRC Countries: $ 100
      Other Countries: $ 200

      The registration fee covers conference kits, proceedings of the conference, accommodation, and meals on the days of the conference. Delegates are requested to include registration fees for accompanying person. Accompanying persons shall not be entitled for conference kits. Delegates are requested to include registration fees for accompanying person while forwarding their registration forms since it would not be possible to entertain last minute requests in view of shortage of accommodation. Delegates are also requested to intimate their travel plan in advance to avoid inconvenience. The Demand Draft along with duly filled Registration Form should be sent latest by 15 November 2009 to:
      Dr. Tridib Tripathi
      Organizing Secretary, IATLIS Conference 2009
      Department of Library and Information Science
      University of Burdwan, Golapbag, Burdwan
      PIN-713104
      E-mail: tridibtripathi@ yahoo.co. in
      Mobile- 09475123934
      Accommodation:
      Accommodation in hotels, University and other guest houses will be arranged by the local organizing committee for which prior information has to be provided well in time.
      Climate and Clothing:
      Winters are quite comfortable in this part of the country. Temperature during winter (November/December) varies from 15°C to 22°C. Delegates are requested to bring light woolen clothes.
      How to Reach Burdwan (Barddhaman) :
      Burdwan city is well connected through rail (located on New Delhi – Howrah route) and road (located on the G.T. Road). The university campus is 4 km from railway station and may be reached by rickshaw, town buses, auto and taxi services. Burdwan city is 85 km. away from Kolkata city and is connected via trains and buses. The nearest airport is at Kolkata.
      Reception:
      The Organizing Committee will make arrangements to receive participants at Barddhaman (Burdwan) Junction Railway station. Delegates are requested to arrange their return tickets and reservation well in advance.
      XXVI IATLIS National Conference
      25-27 November 2009
      Department of Library & Information Science
      University of Burdwan, Golapbag, Burdwan-713104
      REGISTRATION FORM

      Name (Prof./Dr./Mr. /Mrs/Ms.) : ____________ _________ _________ _________ _______
      Name of Accompanying Person (if any): ____________ _________ _________ ________
      Designation: _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ ________
      Institution: _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ ________
      Mailing Address: ____ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ ____
      ____________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _____
      E-mail: _____ _________ _________ _________ _________ __
      Phone: (R)_________ _________ ____(O)__ _________ _________ (M)______ _________ _____
      Payment Details:
      Bank Daft No. ____________ _____ dated ____________ __ Amount (Rs.) ____________ ___
      (Drawn in favour of “The HOD, Department of Library and Information Science, University of Burdwan”, payable at “Burdwan”
      Drawn on (Bank) ____________ _________ _________ _________ _________
      Whether Accommodation required: Yes / No
      If yes, number of persons : ________
      Arrival Details (Train No., Date, Time etc.):______ _________ _________ _________ ___
      ____________ _________ _________ _____

      Signature


      Important Dates:
      Receipt of full papers : 30 September 2009
      Last date for Registration : 15 November 2009
      Conference Dates : 25-27 November, 2009
      We extend a very cordial invitation to all LIS teachers and librarians for participation in XXVI IATLIS National Conference 2009.
      Organizing Committee:
      Chief Patron
      Prof. S. Pal
      Vice Chancellor, University of Burdwan
      Burdwan
      Prof. Jagtar Singh, President, IATLIS, Dept of Library and Information Science, Punjabi University, Patiala 147002 (Punjab).Ph. -0175-3046179, 3046180 Email: jagtar.kindu@ gmail.com, iatlis.patiala@ gmail.com
      Dr. Trishanjit Kaur, General Secretary, IATLIS, Dept of Library and Information Science, Punjabi University, Patiala 147002 (Punjab).Ph. -0175-3046179, 3046180 Email: trishanjit.kaur@ gmail.com
      Prof. Juran Krishna Sarkhel, Director of the IATLIS National Conference 2009, Head, , Dept. of Library and Information Science, University of Kalyani, Kalyani –741 235
      Prof. Krishnapada Majumdar, Rapporteur General, of the IATLIS National Conference 2009, Dept. of Library and Information Science, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata-700 032
      Dr.Tridib Tripathi, Organizing Secretary, Head, Department of Library and Information Science, The University of Burdwan , Golapbag, P.O. + Dist. - Burdwan-713104
      E-mail: tridibtripathi@ yahoo.co. in
      Mobile- 09475123934
      Prof. Subal Chandra Biswas, Joint Organizing Secretary, Department of Library and Information Science, The University of Burdwan , Golapbag, P.O. + Dist. - Burdwan-713104 E-mail: scbiswas_56@ yahoo.co. in Mobile: +91-9434354814



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    • jawad Khan
      1. Organizational Behavior and Employee Motivation 2. EMPLOYEE APPRAISAL JAWAD MKHAN
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 2, 2009
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        1. Organizational Behavior and Employee Motivation


        2.    EMPLOYEE APPRAISAL

        JAWAD MKHAN



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