IV ICHSS 2019                           22-23 February 2019                       IV  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2019

IV ICHSS 2019 22-23 February 2019 IV INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2019

ROLE OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN THE MODERN WORLD

VENUE- GLOBAL HINDI FOUNDATION, SINGAPORE

Department of Hindi, Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, Mumbai has been organizing International Interdisciplinary Conferences and programs in collaboration with many educational and cultural institutes of India and abroad from last few years. The college has organized its first International Interdisciplinary Conference (1st ICHSS 2016) in Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS), Guangzhou and Shenzhen University, China from 24th to 26th October 2016.

2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference (2nd ICHSS 2017) was organized at Bali, Indonesia in collaboration with Udayana University on 5th and 6th June 2017.

3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference (3rd ICHSS 2017)  is scheduled to be organized at Mumbai, India, in collaboration with ICSSR (Indian Council of Social Science Research), New Delhi on 15-16 Jan 2019.

In this row, Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, Mumbai is organizing its fourth International Interdisciplinary Conference (IV ICHSS 2019) in Singapore in collaboration with Global Hindi Foundation, Singapore, on 22nd and 23rd February 2019. The theme of this conference is- ROLE OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN THE MODERN WORLD.

United Nations has declared 2019 The Year of Indigenous Languages (IY2019). The role of Indian and other indigenous languages is extending in the 21st century. Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Punjabi and other Indian languages are establishing in World scenario. Therefore it is our duty to carry forward these languages positively on the word platform.

Subject experts, linguists, research scholars, teachers, academicians and students are invited to participate in this conference. One can send his or her abstract in 200 to 250 words on any subject related to the sub themes given below. The information regarding acceptance will be given by email within 3 days of receipt of the Abstract. Sub themes of this conference are given below-

ROLE OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN MODERN WORLD

    • Challenges of the languages of the world
    • Main languages of the world
    • Changing scenario of indigenous languages
    • Growing word of indigenous languages
    • Language empowerment
    • Challenges of Indian languages
    • Vocations in Indian languages
    • Role of Technology in Indian languages
    • Indian languages and translation
    • Technical knowledge and Indian languages
    • Globalization and Hindi
    • Global scenario and Gujarati
    • Global scenario and Marathi
    • Language and colonial mindset
    • Language and post colonialism
    • Language and culture
    • Language: commerce and trade
    • Language and multiculturalism
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NOTE

Last date for sending the Abstract (200-250 words)-  31st Dec ’ 2018

Last date for sending research articles (2000-2500 words) – 31st Jan’ 2019  

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Registration is mandatory to participate in this International Conference.

REGISTRATION CHARGES

FOR TWO DAYS-  INR 15000/= 

FOR ONE DAY- INR 8000/=

FOR NANAVATI COLLEGE GROUP- INR 6000/- 

 

1) Online Payment should be made to Bank of Baroda, Vile Parle (West) Branch in Account of “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School” with Account No – 04200100007662 bearing IFSC code as BARB0VILWES (Fifth character is Zero) ●and MICR code as – 400012068.

2) Cheque / Draft should be drawn in favour of “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School” payable at Mumbai.

After payments, receipt / acknowledgement  should be send by email to- intcinecon@gmail.com



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For more information, please contact here-

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Conference Directors
Dr. Harshada Rathod                         Ms. Mamta Mandal 

Principal, MNW College             Director, Global Hindi

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IV ICHSS 2019 
22-23 February 2019
IV  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2019                                         
आधुनिक विश्व में देशी भाषाओं की भूमिका 
स्थान- ग्लोबल हिंदी प्रतिष्ठान, सिंगापुर



हिंदी विभाग, मणिबेन नानावटी महिला महाविद्यालय, मुंबई, विगत कई वर्षों से देश-विदेश के प्रसिद्ध शिक्षा एवं संस्कृति संस्थानों के संयुक्त तत्वावधान में अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन तथा अनेक कार्यक्रमों का आयोजन करता रहा है।

इस संदर्भ में महाविद्यालय ने 24 से 26 अक्टूबर, 2016 को पहला विदेशी अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन चीन के ग्वांग्डांग वैदेशिक अध्ययन विश्वविद्यालय एवं शिंजन विश्वविद्यालय में आयोजित किया था। 

दूसरा विदेशीअंतर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन 5-6 जून 2017 को बाली, इंडोनेशिया के उदयन विश्वविद्यालय में आयोजित किया गया था।

तीसरा अंतरराष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन 15-16 जनवरी 2019को मुंबई में भारतीय सामाजिक विज्ञान संबंध परिषद नई दिल्ली, के संयुक्त तत्वावधान में आयोजित किया जा रहा है। 

इसी क्रम में चौथा विदेशी अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सम्मेलन सिंगापुर में 22-23 फरवरी 2019 को ग्लोबल हिंदी प्रतिष्ठान, सिंगापुर एवं मणिबेन नानावटी महिला महाविद्यालय, मुंबई के संयुक्त तत्वावधान में आयोजित किया जा रहा है। इस सम्मेलन का विषय है- आधुनिक विश्व में देशी भाषाओं की भूमिका ।

यूनेस्को ने सन 2019 को देशी भाषाओं का अंतरराष्ट्रीय वर्ष घोषित किया है। 21वीं शती में भारतीय तथा अन्य भाषाओं की भूमिका का विस्तार होता जा रहा है।हिंदी, गुजराती, मराठी तथा अन्य भारतीय भाषाएं आज विश्व फलक पर प्रतिष्ठित हो रही हैं। ऐसे में हमारा दायित्व हो जाता है कि हम इन्हें आगे ले जाने में सकारात्मक और सार्थक भूमिका निभाएं।

इस सम्मेलन में देश विदेश के अनेक विद्वान, भाषाविद्, शोध अध्येता, लेखक एवं विद्यार्थी आमंत्रित हैं। इसमें शामिल होने के लिए अपने शोध आलेख का सारांश निम्नलिखित विषयों में से  किसी एक पर या उनसे संबंधित किसी विषय पर लगभग 200 से 250 शब्दों में भेजें। शोध सारांश प्राप्त होने के तीन दिन में उनकी स्वीकृति/अस्वीकृति की सूचना ईमेल द्वारा दी जाएगी। इसमें सम्मेलन के विषय निम्नलिखित हैं- 

आधुनिक विश्व में देशी भाषाओं की भूमिका

आधुनिक विश्व में देशी भाषाएं
संसार की प्रमुखभाषाएं
संसार की प्रमुखभाषाओं की चुनौतियां
भाषाओं का बदलता परिदृश्य
देशी भाषाओं काबढ़ता संसार
भाषा सशक्तिकरण
भारतीय भाषाओं कीचुनौतियां
भारतीय भाषाओं मेंरोज़गार
भारतीय भाषाओं मेंतकनीक का वर्चस्व
भारतीय भाषाएं औरअनुवाद
भारतीय भाषाएं औरतकनीकी ज्ञान
हिंदी का वैश्विकपरिदृश्य
गुजराती का वैश्विकपरिदृश्य
मराठी का वैश्विकपरिदृश्य
भाषा और उपनिवेशीमानसिकता
भाषा और उत्तरउपनिवेशवाद
भाषा और संस्कृति
भाषा: वाणिज्य औरव्यापार
भाषा औरबहुसंस्कृतिवाद


नोट 


शोध सारांश (200 से 250 शब्दों में)  भेजने की अंतिम तिथि- 31 दिसंबर 2018
शोध आलेख (2000से 2500 शब्दों में) भेजने की अंतिम तिथि- 25 जनवरी 2019
हिंदी में भेजने केलिए फ़ॉन्ट – मंगल या कृति देव 10
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एक दिन के लिए – रु. 8000/=
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  1. Online Payment should be made to Bank ofBaroda, Vile Parle (West) Branch in Account of “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School” with Account No – 04200100007662bearing IFSC code as BARB0VILWES (Fifth character is Zero) and MICR code as –400012068.
  2. Cheque / Draft should be drawn in favourof “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School”payable at Mumbai.
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3rd ICHSS 2019 ‘WOMEN IN PERFORMING ARTS- IDENTITIES, ISSUES AND INTERPRETATIONS ’    15-16 JAN 2019


Women’s Development Cell & Department of Hindi,
Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, Mumbai,  and ICSSR, New Delhi, organize 
Two Days International Interdisciplinary Conference on
“Women in Performing Arts: Identities, Issues and Interpretations”
On 15-16 Jan 2019  VENUE- Seminar Hall, Maniben Nanavati Women’s College,Vile Parle (W), Mumbai- 400056

CONCEPT NOTE

Maniben Nanavati Women’s College is a pioneer institute committed for the higher education of the women. It was established way back in the year 1972 by eminent Gandhian and social worker Ms. Maniben, who used to work with Mahatma Gandhi.  This college caters to the students of poor income groups of the society and supports them in all the aspects. Maniben Nanavati Women’s College is a 2(f) and 12 (b) college by UGC and currently it has been re-accredited ‘A’ grade by NAAC.   

The WDC (Women’s Development Cell) and Department of Hindi, Maniben Nanavati Women’s College wants to organize an International Conference on the theme- “Women in Performing Arts: Identities, Issues and Interpretations” on 14-15 Dec 2018.  It will be a two days International Conference with International, National and Local Experts from different fields of the society.

The conference aims at creating an interdisciplinary platform for teachers, research scholars, artists, performers and technicians to deliberate the issues, challenges and prospects in the field of performing arts. Women artists travelled a long journey in the past and now they are facing newer challenges in the 21st century. New technology, life style, cultural challenges and western influences are some of the newer challenges faced by women artists in art and media. Folk forms are dying or are on the verge of extinction. Young generation is more influenced by the western art and culture. Therefore, one of the primary objectives of the conference is to build a dialogue and perspective on preserving and reclaiming dying folk art.  

This International conference focuses to recognize, understand and analyze the problems, issues and challenges of the women in performing arts in detail and to discuss those issues with the international and national experts. Mumbai, being the hub of performing arts in India, is the perfect place for organizing such conference. Most of the women performers from Film, Tv, Theatre, Radio, Dance,Singing, Folk, Tribal Arts are available in the Mumbai, who will be invited to actively participate in this conference and share and discuss their views and issues. 

Government of India has implemented many schemes and plans to support and highlight the contribution of women performers, but those schemes and plans are not reached to the deserved artists due to either lack of knowledge, lack of awareness or lack of education. Our aim is to propagate such knowledge to the real performers and guide them to involve in the main stream art forms. 

Weplan to invite research papers from experts of all spheres of performing artsand scholarly articles from academics. University and college professors,performing artists, film and Tv technicians, performing arts Gurus etc will bepresenting their research papers and experts comments. Some of the objectivesof this international conference are given below-     

Objectives:

  1. To identify the contemporary challenges of women artists
  2. To analyse the role of women in promoting performing arts
  3. To discuss the representation of women in different art forms
  4. To understand the influence of new technology on artists and art forms
  5. To prepare a road map for policy intervention on the need of women artists
  • Sub  Themes :

Here are the tentative sub themes and topics, which are open and can be elaborated by the experts and paper presenters- 

  • Women in Indian Cinema
  • Women in Regional cinema
  • Women in International Cinema
  • Women as Television artists
  • Women Technicians in Cinema
  • Women Technicians in Television
  • Women in Classical Music
  • Women in Folk Music
  • Women in Folk Dances
  • Classical Dancers
  • Contemporary dancers
  • Classical music Performers
  • Tribal Performing Arts
  • Folk performers
  • Instrument Performers
  • Problems of Women in media
  • Gender issues of Film actresses
  • Gender issues of theatre actresses
  • Drama and Theatre artists
  • Folk Theatre
  • Western Musicians
  • Make-up Artists
  • Dubbing Artists
  • Film Editors
  • Script Writers
  • Women Villain in TV and Films
  • Women as Fight Masters in Tv and Films
  • Costume Designers
  • Teachers in Performing Arts
  • Casting Couch: Myth or Reality
  • Exploitation of Women in Performing Arts 
  • Women as Cultural ambassadors
  • Representatives of Peace and Harmony
  • Women Artists: Global Crusaders
  • Women Artists: Transporters of Cultural Heritage
  • #MeToo: Past, Present & Future

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE

Teachers, Professors, Artists, Technicians, Writers, Policy makers,Government Representatives, Academicians, Scholars, NGO’s, Students

SUBMISSIONS

– Please submit your abstract in 200-225 words on any theme related to the above list on or before 31st Dec 2018  through email only on-  3rdichss@gmail.com. Full paper (Around 2500 words) must be send by 10th Jan 2019.

REGISTRATION

  • For Academicians/Teachers/Industry Delegates-Rs. 1500/-  (Includes Presentation and Publication in ISSN/ISBN )
  • Research Scholars- Rs. 1000/- (Includes Presentation and Publication in ISSN/ISBN)

       –   Students- Rs. 500/- (Participation Only)

IMPORTANT NOTES

1)Registration charges does not include accommodation.  Accommodation may be booked for out station participants in advance with additional charges.                                                                           

2)Online Payment should be made to Bank of Baroda, Vile Parle (West) Branch in Account of “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School” with Account No – 04200100007662 bearing IFSC code as BARB0VILWES (Fifth character is Zero) ●and MICR code as – 400012068.        

3)Cheque / Draft should be drawn in favour of “Shree Chandulal Nanavati Women’s Institute & Girl’s High School” payable at Mumbai.  

4) After payments, receipt / acknowledgement  should be send by email to- 3rdichss@gmail.com

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2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES 2017, Venue- UDAYANA UNIVERSITY, BALI, INDONESIA,   5-6-7 June 2017 CONFERENCE THEME: EMERGING TRENDS IN MULTICULTURALISM

2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES 2017, Venue- UDAYANA UNIVERSITY, BALI, INDONESIA, 5-6-7 June 2017 CONFERENCE THEME: EMERGING TRENDS IN MULTICULTURALISM

CONFERENCE THEME- EMERGING TRENDS IN MULTICULTURALISM

The trend of multiculturalism, pluralism and diversity has become a norm in many modern societies. Mega cities are becoming more and more diverse than ever before. Diversity is the core of multiculturalism, which is defined by different socio-cul-eco-political forces that shape its process and progress. Booming globalization, market economics and consumer culture constitute some of the determinants and therefore, inalienable elements of contemporary world. Countries, such as, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Canada, Singapore, UK, Germany, Switzerland, USA, Australia and New Zealand are leading multicultural societies. The development of multiculturalism has been described as a salad bowl and cultural mosaic. It is the existence of multiple cultural traditions within a single country. The connection between the migration and multiculturalism cannot be denied. The world is seen as a global village, a global state, and a multicultural state. Is there any escape from the multiculturalism?

Both India and Indonesia stand for democratic values, diverse population and plural cultures. This commonality offers an apt environment to develop academic ties and exchange variety of viewpoints that would facilitate build up an understanding towards a sustainable future.

Being the most populous democracy and plural society, India celebrates its multiculturalism based on the concept on unity in diversity. The culture of India has been shaped by its unique historical, geographical and demographic roots that are several millennia old. India’s languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, cuisine, clothing, literary style, festivals, customs and traditions differ from place to pace within the county, but nevertheless possess a commonality. India has the world’s largest population of some non-Indian origin religions as well, such as Bahai faith and Zoroastrianism. According to 2001 Census of India, India has 122 major languages and 1599 other languages.

Multicultural ideologies and policies vary widely, ranging from the advocacy of equal respect to the various cultures in a society, to policies of promoting the maintenance of cultural diversity. Multiculturalism that promotes maintaining the distinctiveness of multiple cultures is often contrasted to other settlement policies such as social cohesion, integration, cultural assimilation and racial segregation. Nonetheless, multiculturalism implies that there is a connection and appreciation between different cultures. It is also about the way to respond to cultural and religious differences, a particular set of philosophical ideas, or a specific orientation by government or institutions toward a diverse population. It is closely associated with identity politics, the politics of difference, and the politics of recognition.

The concept of multiculturalism aims at different forms of knowledge, disciplines and academic fields. The objective of this international conference on Multiculturalism is-

  1. Understanding the recent trends in multiculturalism with interdisciplinary perspective
  2. Providing platform to recent researches based on subjective representations of multiculturalism in various disciplines
  3. Comprehending the notion of multiculturalism from the standpoint of subjective reality in different countries
  4. Creating a dialogue on contemporary trends in multiculturalism with intersectional perspective

The international conference is an attempt to provide forum to participants to deliberate on these important concerns.

Sub Themes

  • Multiculturalism and Globalization
  • Multiculturalism and Societies
  • Multiculturalism and Ethnicity
  • Multiculturalism andSocial Change
  • Multiculturalism and Literature
  • Multiculturalism and World Literatures
  • Multiculturalism and Languages
  • Multiculturalism and Music
  • Multiculturalism and Performing Arts
  • Multiculturalism and History
  • Multiculturalism and Politics
  • Multiculturalism and Civics
  • Multiculturalism and Law
  • Multiculturalism and Media
  • Multiculturalism and Multimedia
  • Multiculturalism and Sociology
  • Multiculturalism and Women’s Studies
  • Multiculturalism and Management
  • Multiculturalism and Environment
  • Multiculturalism and Ecology
  • Multiculturalism and Geography
  • Multiculturalism and Human Lives
  • Multiculturalism and Wild Life
  • Multiculturalism and Development
  • Multiculturalism and Food
  • Multiculturalism and Children
  • Multiculturalism and Education
  • Multiculturalism and Youth
  • Multiculturalism and Culinary Arts
  • Multiculturalism and Classical Arts
  • Multiculturalism and Higher Education
  • Multiculturalism and Research
  • Multiculturalism and Culture
  • Multiculturalism and Economics
  • Multiculturalism and Human Resources
  • Multiculturalism and Teaching
  • Multiculturalism and Trade
  • Multiculturalism and Commerce
  • Multiculturalism and Business Ethics
  • Multiculturalism and Liberalization
  • Multiculturalism and Localization
  • Multiculturalism and Terrorism
  • Multiculturalism and Racism
  • Multiculturalism andTribes
  • Multiculturalism and Folk Arts
  • Multiculturalism and Fashion
  • Multiculturalism and Technology
  • Multiculturalism and Artificial Intelligence
  • Multiculturalism and Cinema
  • Multiculturalism and Journalism
  • Multiculturalism and Psychology
  • Multiculturalism and Diversity
  • Multiculturalism and Philosophy
  • Multiculturalism and Strategic Planning
  • Multiculturalism and Smart Cities
  • Multiculturalism and Old Cities
  • Multiculturalism andVillage
  • Multiculturalism andTravel &Tourism
  • Multiculturalism andHumanities
  • Multiculturalism and Agriculture
  • Multiculturalism and Genetics