Alliance School of Liberal Arts, Department of Language and Literature
in collaboration with
Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, Karnataka
Organising a National Seminar
Every person's first language is their mother tongue, which is tied to community traditions and cultural consciousness. The individual is developed in the context of society and a linguistic community, which emerges from the ethnic past and literary narratives of that community. Language, culture, education, and literature all have a large impact on societal behaviour and attitudes. They improve educational facts, make our new generation more familiar with cultural values, and are also highly significant from a commercial standpoint in today's society. The integration of art, language, education, commerce, and culture in society encourages creativity while also paving the path for development. The method of social and professional saraswat research is extremely significant at this time. The contribution of local arts, traditional customs, and language from various regions develops and encourages the society for a fresh approach in this way. Language and literature are crucial in the development of this innovation.
A two-day National Seminar is being held on June 29-30, 2023 under the joint auspices of Alliance University, School of Liberal Arts, Department of Language and Literature, and Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, Karnataka, keeping these unique contexts and challenges in mind. 'Vocational and Skill Education through Indian Language Medium: Challenges and Prospects' is the seminar's theme. Academicians, readers, researchers, and students will undoubtedly gain from the discussions at this event, in our opinion.
Relevance & Importance: Local arts from various Indian states will be discussed during the two-day seminar, including "Mandala Art" from Karnataka, "Marwari, Bikaneri, and Hadauti Art" from Rajasthan, and "Atikoppaka, Kondapalli Gudiya, Cheneta, and Addakam Art" from South India, which includes Andhra Pradesh. This will lead to the emergence of worthwhile concepts with multiple dimensions. The conference is being attended by academics from the Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam languages. Its main goal is to bring academicians and experts together on a single platform to share their knowledge, ideas, and new dimensions of research, infuse innovation in education and research, and become acquainted with the mediums that will be used to establish Indian heritage on the global stage and find solutions to challenges. The seminar participants' academic/research institutions' expertise will be updated by the academics' in-depth examination and conceptual expression. What role do language and literature play in our society in realising the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam and mutual unity? We shall explore how language and literature effect us in our society, as well as the significance of Indian languages in realising the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam and fostering mutual unity. From a comparative standpoint, it is also possible to understand how their extensive penetration in every aspect of society plays an unmatched role in the country's prosperity. Literary, professional, religious, and spiritual attitudes have long influenced Indian culture. The relevance of languages in the restoration of culture and culture from society will be presented through this seminar as part of the new education policy. It is vital for the language to adapt to today's needs, but the development of our society is only achievable by conserving its legacy, as well as its continuing development and prosperity.
- Vocational and Skill Education: Implications and Concepts.
- Challenges and solutions for preparing materials for the study of vocational skills education through Indian languages.
- Possibilities of vocational skill education through Indian languages.
- Anonymous folk tales of different states of India and useful information contained in them: in the context of vocational and skill education.
- Role of languages in shaping regional painting and their history and theory for professional education.
- Role of Language and Translation: In the context of presenting the methodology and theory of regional craftsmanship, handicrafts and sculpture.
- Sources of simple teaching method of professional courses.
- Role of media, cinema and literature in terms of professional development.
- Indian languages and their utility used in Folklore from a commercial point of view.
- Co-existence and inter-relationship of Indian languages.
- The contribution of Indian literature in the promotion of society.
- In addition, conceptual articles related to this topic.
- Prof. Shishir Pandey – Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Divyang University, Uttar Pradesh
- Prof. Sadanand Bhosale – Savitribai Phule University, Pune
- Dr. Pradeep Tripathi – Central University of Sikkim, Sikkim
- Prof. S V S Narayana Raju – Central University of Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu
- Dr. C Jayashankar Babu – Pondicherry University, Pondicherry
- Dr. Vivekanand Tiwari – Jai Prakash University, Chhapra, Bihar
- Dr. T D Rajanna – Central University of Karnataka
- Dr. M S Durga Praveen – Dravidian University, Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh
- Dr. T H Lava Kumar – St. Joseph's College of Commerce, Bengaluru
- Prof. N A D Pal – Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
- Prof. Ajeesh Thomas – St. Berchman's College, Kottayam, Kerala
- Dr. L Ramamoorthy – Central University of Kerala
|Last date to register:||June 25, 2023|
|Late date for sending the abstract:||June 15, 2023|
|Last date for sending the full paper:||June 25, 2023|
|Date of Seminar:||June 29-30, 2023|
- An abstract of the paper should be submitted on or before June 15th, 2023. The length of the abstract should be less than 300 words.
- Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of one author. However, both authors need to register separately. In the case of co-authorship, at least one author must attend the seminar to present the paper. No proxy presentations are allowed. Both author and co-author need to pay separately
- Maximum Length: 5000 words including title/cover page and references.
- Margins: 1" on all sides
- Regular Font: Times New Roman, 12 points, Line spacing 1.5 justified
- Title Font: Times New Roman, 14 points, bold, Line spacing 1.5
- Footnotes: Times New Roman, font size 10 with a spacing of 1.0
- Citation: MLA Style 9th Edition
- The article must be original and not submitted for publication elsewhere. Along with the article, it is mandatory to send the declaration that the work is one’s own and that it is not plagiarized.
Abstract and the final research paper must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected research papers will be published in a peer-reviewed Journal.
|Professionals and Academicians||₹ 1000|
|Internal Registration||External Registration||Pay Here|
- Both Author and Co-Author [if applicable] must pay the registration fee separately and can register only once through the registration link provided.
- There is NO registration fee for Faculty Members and Students of Alliance University. However, registration is mandatory.
If you have any questions during the registration process:
- Dr. Anupama Tiwari +91 88869 95593
- Dr. Vivekanand Jagannath Sajjan +91 99009 04821
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