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6th National conference

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  • panchramalingam
    ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ANDALL INDIA ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2004
      ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND

      ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND                                                                            PONDICHERRY PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATION                                                                                                                                                                                   

      6th  National conference on INTEGRAL education

      at Pondicherry,  8 – 9 January,  2005

      Introduction

                Sri Aurobindo’s teachings and sadhana not only gave a new life to the ancient Indian wisdom but also pointed out a path for humanity to work towards becoming a divine human race through adopting an Integral approach to life and learning. His teachings based on his belief in Human Unity are being practised at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and in Auroville. Located five miles north of Pondicherry, Auroville has been adopted by UNESCO as the first international city on Earth. Here, "the emphasis is on each man [or woman] discovering his [or her] own inner center behind their social, moral, cultural and racial heredity and appearances and actively living from that center, expressing it in outer work for the community."  Many educational institutions and organizations throughout India are applying Sri Aurobindo's worldview in areas of education and human and social development. This National conference on "Integral Education” is one such initiative taken by the All India Assoication for Educational Research and Pondicherry Psychology Association. This conference brings together scholars and practitioners from across the globe with a common aim to discuss the variety of issues related to the relevance and application of Eastern and Western Psychological and Spiritual approaches to education in meeting the global challenges.

      Objectives

      ·        Discussion on various models of psychology with special reference to  education

      ·        Discussion on various indigenous schools of thought with special reference to Integral Education

      ·        Exploring important areas and issues that can bring Eastern Integral Studies to the forefront so as to become a living force for the future.

      ·        Developing practical applications of Indian approaches for Western students.

      To achieve the objectives described above, there will be a plenary session and six technical sessions. Each of these sessions will be devoted to one of the main objectives. The plenary session will have invited speakers only.

      Future Perspectives

      The concluding session will be devoted to a reporting session in which the important ideas that transpired during the conference will be highlighted. It should bring the depth and relevance of Integral education into focus and find ways to make it an essential part of present education and research.

      Submission of papers

      Participants are requested to submit their abstracts/papers on any of the listed topics. To ensure a consistent high quality of all the presentations, participants will be requested to submit the full text well in advance and not later than 15th November 2004. Abstract and paper should be sent by email or hard copy with floppy disk in MS-Word format only. The selected papers will be notified on 30th November 2004. At the same time their abstracts will be made available on the website www.indianpsychology.org so as to enable all the participants of the seminar to inform themselves beforehand about the issues of their interest.

      Best Paper Award

                There shall be two Best paper awards in the name of “Prof.B.Viswanatham Best Paper Award” for the teachers and research scholars.

      No TA/DA will be paid to the participants.

      Registration fee

      • Members                                      Rs  500/- 
      • Non-members                              Rs. 600
      • Research Scholars/Students         Rs. 300/-                                                                                                                                                            Registration fee should be sent in advance by Demand Draft in favour of the Pondicherry Psychology Association and payable at Pondicherry

      Registration of acknowledged participants will take place at the conference venue on Saturday, 8th January, 2005 between 9.00 and 9.30 am. Please note that there will be no new registrations on the spot.

      Venue

      Pondicherry is situated on the Coromandal Coast about 160 kms from Chennai. Every half an hour there are buses from Chennai to Pondicherry; the trip takes 3 hours. The venue for the seminar will be notified later. Auroville, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Poets Bharathiar and Bharathidasan memorial museums, Govt. museum, French Institute, National Archives, boat house, and Botanical garden are some of the places of interest attract Indian and Foreign tourists. 

      Boarding and Lodging

                Boarding and Lodging for delegates will be arranged on request. The rooms will have double occupancy. You can also make your own arrangement in one of the many hotels in
      Pondicherry.

      Organising Committee

      • Prof.A. Gnanam (Chief Patron)
      • Prof. K.V. Kaliappan (Patron)
      • Prof. G.P.Thakur (Advisor)
      • Prof. B.K.Passi (Advisor)
      • Dr. B. Mukhopadyay (Advisor)
      • Prof. Mamota Das (Advisor)

      ·        Prof. Sunil Behari Mohanty (Chairman)

      ·        Dr. Panch. Ramalingam (Organising Secretary)

      ·        Shri V.Kishore Kumar (Joint secretary)

      Address for Correspondence: 

               Dr. Sunil Behari Mohanty                                                                     General Secretary, All India Association for Educational Research                                  4, Dr. Annie Bessant Street, VOC Nagar, Pondicherry – 605 003

                    
      Dr. Panch. Ramalingam,
      President,
      Pondicherry Psychology Association,                                                      17, 14th Street,  Krishna Nagar,
      Pondicherry - 605 008.
      Phone 0413 - 2252476 (R)
      Email : panchramalingam@...                                                                         panchramalingam@...

                                                 Website: www.indianpsychology.org

       

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      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 4, 2004
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