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Webinar on "Pandemic Covid-19 : Threats to Life, Economy and Education in India"

Update: 23/07/2020

Greetings from Sarat Centenary College

Thank you for your interest in the webinar on "Pandemic Covid-19: Threats to Life, Economy and Education in India" scheduled to be held on 25 July 2020 at 12:00 Noon.

In fact, we have received such a good response that we are unable to host the event at the Google Meet platform of our college’s G Suite of Education which allows only 250 participants for an event. Hence, we are moving on to YouTube where the event will be live-streamed at our college’s official YouTube channel.

Please click this weblink to visit the official YouTube channel of our college: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4iGxCUxtFIbrj8-wEzMKVA

Please subscribe and turn on notifications for this channel to keep yourself updated about this event.

YouTube weblink for the webinar is: https://youtu.be/K5SwU5_KgkE

 Date and time remain unchanged (Saturday, 25 July 2020, 12:00 Noon).

During the webinar you may choose to post your queries in the YouTube comments section or you may also WhatsApp them to +91 9851638628 (For sending queries for the speaker only during the Webinar. WhatsApp mode only. Please write your name and affiliation with your query).

A feedback form can be accessed by clicking the following weblink after the event is over:

https://forms.gle/GrmWFqycyg6m1Gff6

Participants are required to fill in the feedback form after the event is over. Feedback submission closes at 11.00 PM of 26 July 2020. Please submit your feedback before that.

E-certificates will be emailed to participants within 3 days of feedback submission.

Looking forward to your virtual presence during the webinar

Best wishes

Webinar Organizing Committee

Webinar on "Pandemic Covid-19 : Threats to Life, Economy and Education in India"

16/07/2020

Department of Commerce and Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Sarat Centenary College, Dhaniakhali, Hooghly, WB, is going to organise a Webinar on  "Pandemic Covid-19 : Threats to Life, Economy and Education in India" on 25 July, 2020 at 12.00 Noon.

Speaker: Dr Ananda Mohan Pal, Professor in the Department of Business Management, University of Calcutta
Click here to register now (closes at 11 PM on 22 July 2020):
https://forms.gle/KwRQXyrJtbW3etcB6

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Webinar:"Covid-19:Facts and Facets"

Update:25-06-2020

Greetings from Sarat Centenary College.

Thank you for your interest in the webinar on "Covid-19 : Facts and Facets" scheduled to be held on 26 June 2020 at 03.00 PM.

In fact, we have received such an overwhelming response that we are unable to host the event at the Google Meet platform of our college’s G Suite of Education which allows only 250 participants for an event. Almost 900 participants have already registered for this webinar. Hence, we are moving on to YouTube where the event will be live-streamed at our college’s official YouTube channel.

Please click this weblink to visit the official YouTube channel of our college: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4iGxCUxtFIbrj8-wEzMKVA

Please subscribe and turn on notifications for this channel to keep yourself updated about this event.

YouTube weblink for the webinar is: https://youtu.be/XGod_vO09tY

Date and time remain unchanged (Friday, 26 June 2020, 03.00 PM).

During the webinar you may choose to post your queries in the YouTube comments section or you may also WhatsApp them to +91 82402 64883 (For sending queries for the speaker only during the Webinar. WhatsApp mode only. Please write your name and affiliation with your query).

A feedback form can be accessed by clicking the following weblink after the event is over:

https://forms.gle/qumaemWXWUHsFFms8

Participants are required to fill in the feedback form after the event is over. Feedback submission closes at 11.00 PM of 30 June 2020. Please submit your feedback before that.

 E-certificates will be emailed to participants within 3 days of feedback submission.

Looking forward to your virtual presence during the webinar, with best wishes

Webinar on "Covid-19:Facts and Facets" 

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Sarat Centenary College, Dhaniakhali, Hooghly, WB, is going to organise a Webinar on ‘COVID-19: Facts and Facets’ on 26 June, 2020 at 03.00 PM.

Speaker: Dr Arup Kumar Mitra, Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology at St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata.

Click here for more info:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15AkWQ0Ucc_MvrgqXEFs_ltf5zDkbQ2TQ/view?usp=sharing

Click here to register now (closes at 11 PM on 24 June 2020):
https://forms.gle/1MLspatGnkmcA8pe8

 

International Seminar

 

Update 02-02-2020

Click here to download the Summary Reports of Academic Audit and Feedback Analysis

 

Update 20-01-2020

Click here to download the Seminar Brochure

 

Update 12-01-2020

Click here to download the Schedule of the Seminar.

 

Update 30-12-2019

Click here to download the List of Abstracts.

 

Update 14-12-2019

Click here to access the Advance Registration Guidelines.

 

Update 11-12-2019

Check your mailbox if you requested assistance regarding travel and/or accommodation.

 

Update 09-12-2019

We are running ahead of the schedule. Accepted abstracts have been communicated. Check your mailbox if you sent any abstract.

 

Update 06-12-2019

Indian Council of Social Science Research – Eastern Regional Centre (ICSSR-ERC) is providing partial financial assistance for this seminar.

 

Update 04-12-2019

West Bengal Heritage Commission is collaborating with us for this seminar.

 

Update 01-12-2019

Submission Deadline for this Call is Over

Those who wish to attend the seminar (without paper presentation, since submissions are closed now) may please click here to download the Registration Form (please ignore the template for abstract part) and email us by 30 December 2019.

Call for Papers

Call for Abstracts

Two-Day Interdisciplinary International Seminar on

Heritage, Culture & Identity:

Re-Negotiating Spaces of Memory in a Time of Rapid Urbanisation

to be Organised by Sarat Centenary College on 20 & 21 January 2020

Since the 1990s, after the effects of Globalisation started spreading all over, the process of urbanisation has entered rapid stage of acceleration. As per global data, 54% of total global population was living in urban areas in 2014 and it is projected that by the year 2050 the figure will reach 66%. This is probably the largest urban growth wave that the world has ever witnessed in its history. However, such rapid growth wave has created huge impacts on the heritage and culture of both the urban and rural spaces. Along with the question of environmental conservation, the question of conservation of tangible and intangible heritage, as two of the important components of cultural environment, is now one of the greatest challenges of our times. Balancing the requirement of rapid urbanisation, especially in places marked by high population density, with the need for conservation of cultural and environmental heritage has made this challenge even more difficult. The dynamics has been continuously mutating the cultural space and forcing individuals to undergo a process of redefining their identities induced by the changing cultural space. Thus, in this time of rapid urbanisation, hybridisation is the most common form through which new spaces are emerging to redefine our relations with our heritage – whether tangible or intangible – around us and this, in turn, is forcing us to re-configure the patterns of culture and identity, in which memory as linked with space, plays a crucial role. Such changes also inevitably raise questions of agency, social hierarchy, and sustainability which demand nuanced answers that take into account diverse variables.

This interdisciplinary international seminar proposes to bring together researchers from various fields working in the disciplines of architecture, humanities and social sciences to deliberate on the following keywords and subtopics –

Keywords: rapid urbanisation; heritage; culture; memory; identity

Subtopics (indicative only, not exhaustive):

  • Rapid Urbanisation and Heritage / Cultural Space / Identity
  • Rapid Urbanisation and Migration / Cultural Demography / Economy / Environment
  • Heritage and Spaces of Memory / Culture / Identity
  • Heritage and Civic Awareness / Policy Implementation / Digital Initiatives
  • Rapid Urbanisation / Heritage and their Representation in Literature / Media

 

Important Dates and Information

e-Mail Abstracts to: psjourn@sccollegednk.ac.in

Content for Subject Line of e-Mail: “Abstract for Heritage Seminar”

Please maintain all communications in this regard on this email thread.

Last Date for Abstract Submission: 30 November 2019

 

Click here to download and share the detailed Call for Abstracts

Click here to download the Registration Form and Template for Abstract

Location


Contact


  • Sarat Centenary College
  •   Dhaniakhali, Hooghly, PIN-712302
  •   (03213) 255282
  •   saratcentenary@gmail.com
  •      principal_sccollegednk@rediffmail.com
  •   www.sccollegednk.ac.in