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Panel-1 State of the Studies in Political Science
Political Science as the study of politics has travelled a long way since its inception as a branch of
knowledge. In its quest for knowledge about different dimensions of politics, it has faced several
methodological and theoretical challenges. How to study Political Science and how it can be made more
relevant in making political life democratic at global as well as at local level is the cardinal concern of this
discipline. It is no more merely the study of political institutions and processes rather the focus now has
shifted towards non-political factors that impinge upon political processes. So from the study of state
and government, various new tendencies arising out of socio economic and cultural domain have
captured the attention of political scientists in the 21
st
century. Further, the challenges unleashed by
globalization have given a new theoretical orientation to this discipline. It requires serious scholarly
investigation with a view to discern patterns in the facts and processes that cause control or affect
these patterns in the 21
st
century practical world. How the knowledge gained through investigation and
interpretation of new issues such as poverty, hunger, extrication, disasters, displacement, migration,
environmental degradation, inequality and future role of the state etc can be made useful for the
society is a formidable challenge before the scholars of Political Science .
Chair- Prof. A.P.S. Chauhan, Jiwaji University, Gwalior (MP)
Co-Chair- Prof. Panchanan Chattopadhyaya, Assam University, Diphu (Assam)
Discussant- Dr Inakshi Chaturvedi, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur (Raj.)

1.State of the Studies in Political Science Anand Chokhaji Wele
2. Researching Identity in Politics: Search for Methodology Dr. Chandrasheel B. Tambe
and Application in Indian Context

3 Political Science at the Edge of Crisis Saumya Maniny Sinha
« Crisis of Political Science Panchanan Chattopadhyay
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Panel-2 Political Thought and Theory in India: Lessons from
the Past
The knowledge of Political Science is largely based on western thought and theory whereas the
vast repository of knowledge in ancient Indian political thought is still not thoroughly investigated.
Recent researches in the sphere of political thought and theory in India reveal the fact that academia
has rendered little contribution to this area. In the past, more western political thinkers and theories
have been the choicest area of research whereas untapped resources of ancient Indian polity and ideas
expressed by the Indian political thinkers need to be utilized for a better and wider understanding of
Indian viewpoint of governance rights, justice, liberty, and sphere of state action. There is immense
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potential in ancient Indian political thinking to provide a fresh interpretation of concepts and thoughts
and theories of Political Science. Ancient Indian texts are replete with abundant knowledge of statecraft,
diplomacy and governance. How different streams of Indian political thought and theories can be
scientifically useful in sharpening our traditional understanding of Political Science is a new scholarly
challenge for the scholars of Political Thought and Theory in the contemporary period.
Chair- Prof. CP Barthwal, Former Vice Chancellor, Kumaun University, Nainital (Uttarakhand)
Co-Chair- Prof. Jitendra Narayan, LN Mithila University, Darbhanga (Bihar)
Discussant- Prof. Vijay Kumar, TM University, Bhagalpur (Bihar)

1.VIVEKANADA’S VIEWS ON CLASS AND CASTE: AN ANALYSIS DR.ALOK VERMA
2.INDIAN NATIONALISM : PRIMORDIALISM Dr Bhosale B.G
3.Creating the savvy: Concept of Women Hiral Ravia
Empowerment in Kautilya’s Society

4.Place of State in Ancient Indian Political Thought Prof. Jitendra Narayan
5. Political Theory: The Changing Nature and the Emerging Trends Prof. Vijay Kumar
6.Tagore’s Vision of Freedom: An Analysis Dr. Vibhu Kumar
7. Political Thought and Theory in India: Prof. Dasharath Ram, Bipin Dubey
Lessons from the Past
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Perspectives on Race and Caste in India
11 Political Thought and Theory in India: Lessons from the Past Dr. Umadevi.S Kudal Mana
12.Political Ideas of Mrs. Annie Besant Brij Kishore Tripathi , Dr. J.K. Dwivedi
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·« Relevence of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Thoughts Prof. Bhagwan Garude
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on Social Justice in the Present Scenario

15. Relevance of Ancient Indian Democratic Pro. K.K. Mishra
Tradition In The Era Of Globalization

16. Relevance of Ancient Indian Diplomatic Pro Madhurendra Kumar
Styles In Contemporary Era Of Globalization
17. Concept of Good governance in Indian Political Thought Dr. Minni Thakur

18.BALBAN’S THEORY OF KINGSHIP : Dr. Md. Ashif Zamal Lasker
A new chapter in the History of Medieval India

19. Theoretical Perspectives on Nation Building In India Muneshwar Yadav,Sujata
20.Ancient Indian Concept of Benevolent State: R.K Ray
Kautilya Revisited

21. Political Thought and Theory in Om Prakash Rai
India : Lessons from the past

22 NATURE OF DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN Prof. C.P. Barthwal
ANCIENT AND MODERN INDIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

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Panel-3 The future of State in Globalized World
Globalization has posed a new challenge before the existence of state as the institution-free
trade in the borderless world tends to create a global state. It has led to decline in the sovereignty and
importance of nation state. Cultural and economic globalization seems to have shaken the very
foundation of the state as a sovereign independent entity. In the new political order, sovereign nation-
states are criss-crossed underlined by transnational actors. So, what is the future of the nation-state in
the globalized world, what is the future of welfare state etc are some of the major concerns of practical
inquiry in the contemporary period.
Chair- Prof LN Sharma, Patna University, Patna (Bihar)
Co-Chair- Prof C.P Sharma, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh (Jharkhand)
Discussant- Dr.(Mrs.)Margaret Lakra, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh (Jharkhand)

1. GLOBALISATION AND ITS EFFECT ON NATION-STATE DR. ANIL KUMAR SINGH
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2. Globalization : The Process of Weathering State Dr. Dhirendra Tripathi ,Sarita Kumari
3. THE FUTURE OF STATE IN GLOBALIZED WORLD” DR.DOLLY
4. THE NATION-STATE IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION Dr. C. P. Sharma

5. TRANFORMING THE STATE SYSTEM: TOWARDS Dr. Sukalyan Moitra
CONTINENTALISM AND WORLD GOVERNANCE

6. FUTURE OF WOMEN’S MOVEMENT IN THE Dr.Basavaraja G &Girija K.S
.GLOBALISED ERA

7. The Convergence of State Power Under Dr. Girish Kumar
the Expanding Globalization

8. ROLE OF NON-STATEACTORS IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Mrs M Thenmozhi
AND EMPOWERING WOMEN: THE CASE OF MADURAI AND
THIRUVANATHAPURAM

9. Changing Nature of State in the globalized World Dr. (Mrs.) Manisha Lahiri
10.The Future of the State in the globalized World Dr. G.B. Murgod
11.Health Care System in India during the era Apurba Mohan Mukhopadhyay
of Globalization
12. Globalization and the State: Challenges and Perspectives Ramesh K. Chauhan
13. A CASE STUDY OF WOMEN EMPOWERMRNT AND POLITICAL ROSELINMARY F
PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL SELF GOVERNANCE THROUGH THE
INTERVENTION OF NGOS

14. .The Future of the State in the globalized World DR. AMITABH KUMAR BISWAS
15. UNDERDEVELOPMENT AND TRIBAL MOVEMENT: Ms. ROSHNI KUJUR
THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON TRIBAL WOMEN
IN ODISHA

16. GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN RIGHTS T. DEEPAK KUMAR

17.The role of India’s politics on global warming H.K.Nataraj
18. Community-based and State Initiatives in Harmony Sinjini Bhattacharya
Building and Religious Conflict Resolution in India

19. Globalization and State Sovereignty: Md. Aftab Alam
Resurgence or Decline?

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20. The Future of State in Globalized World R Radhakrishnan

21. The Future of State in Globalized World Dr. Manik Sonawane

22. Role of State in Globalizing World Prof.S.A.Palekar

23. THE ROLE OF STATE IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD Dr. Puli Snehalatha

24. The Future of State in Globalized Word after Globalization Dr.Deelip Singh S.Nikumbh

25. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION Roselinmary F
IN INDIA PRE AND POST INDEPENDENCE PERIOD

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Panel- 4 Discourses on Gender
Gender is one of the most discussed issues in the contemporary discourses of Political Science
and other Social Sciences. It refers to the asymmetrical social constructs of Masculinity and Feminity as
opposed to apparent biological male-female differences. Feminists argue that historically the
boundaries of gender and state have excluded women from domestic and international practical
domain. Patriarchal structures and gendered symbolism within and beyond states are often neglected
by the scholars leading to establish a gendered notion of politics. The discourse initiated by Simon de
Berouire, Betty Friedman, and Clon Stenheru inspired various types of feminist movement across the
world. Gender discourses generate new theoretical insight on power relationship in the domain of
Politics. In fact, once Gender as a category of Social Science research was accepted, the gendered power
relations transformed the entire debate over issues of politics in the developing countries in particular.
In fact, gender discourses have direct linkages with social-cultural and economic trajectory of a nation-
state: so the social, cultural, economic and political dynamics of society impinge upon Gender
Discourses. Scholars are expected to focus upon these dimensions of Gender Discourses.
Chair- Prof. Sushma Yadav, Pro-Vice Chancellor,IGNOU (New Delhi)
Co-Chair-Prof. Yoga Jyotsna, Osmania University,Hyderabad (A.P.)
Discussant- Dr. Swarnamayee Tripathi, Utkal University, Bhubneshwar (Odisha)
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5. The Position of Women Dr. Anj ana Jha
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/ A Critical Analysis on Bodo Women and Changing Junmani Basumatary
Dimensions of Society and Culture in BTAD

8. Violence Against Women: India Needs Democracy Anuradha Rai
for Women

9.Age of Marriage of Women in Society: Avantika Sarkar
Cultures, Religions &Law

10. Reading hierarchies of caste and gender in Hindi Shivani Kapoor
Dalit autobiographies.

11.Dr B. R. Ambedkar’s Views on Gender Equality Dr Bijay K. BarnwalIt
‘s Relevance in Contemporary Discourse

12. Discourses on gender Dr.Sita Sinha

13.Women and the Right Wing Mobilisation ANWESHA MUKHERJEE
14. Even in the Freedom Movement She could not Find Chayanika Saxena
Freedom Oriental-Occidental Axis in the Subaltern Portrayal
of Women in the Indian National Movement

15. POLITICAL THEORY AND EMERGING DISCOURSES ON MASCULINITY Mangesh Kulkarni

16. Gender Equality and women Empowerment Prof. Dr. Nandini Tadkalkar

17. Question of Women Empowerment: Capability Theory Perspective Mamatha B.S

18“What is wrong with Prostitution?” Nikita Audichya
19. Gender Quotas in Indian Parliament Dr.Parvathy Appaiah
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23 Nationalizing Gender in Nationalist Discourse in India: Dr. Dolly Phukon
A critical review

24.Underprivileged women in India: Dr. Suman Sharma
a case study of widows of Vrindawan
25. Gender and Globalization: A south Asian Perspective Shabana
26.Gender Quotas in politics Samina Parween

27. Reservations on the Women's Reservation Bill – Sanhita Chatterjee
Mapping Its Potential Impact on Women’s Empowerment in India

28. Discourses on Gender Dr. SARIT KUMARI

29. Globalization and Issue of Gender Equality Shreedhar Barki
(With special reference to Developing Countries)

30. Gender Sensitization: An Imperative Need of the Hour Dr.ShubhangiRathi

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:z Protective Discrimination in favours of women in Hari Sankar Panda
India - myth and reality

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:/ DISCOURSE ON GENDER IN INDIAN CONTEXT: Sunil Gaikwad
A DALIT PERSPECTIVE

38. Gendering Security: Feminist Mapping of Insecurities Suresh. C
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Stemming from Caste-System and States-System

39. EMPOWERMENT OF INDIAN WOMEN C.Vinod Kumar ,C.Soni, C.Swapna
40. POLITICAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN: Vasundhara Meena
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

41. HEALTH & WOMEN: A NEW QUEST FOR IDENTITY – TINNI GOSWAMI
IN THE LIGHT OF BENGALIWRITINGS OF THE COLONIAL
PERIOD (1880-1930)

42. Domestic Violence: A growing menace Ms. Disari Roy
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«« Women Empowerment: A Socio-Economic Perspective Dr.Supriya Singh
45. Digital diva: Gender stereotyping in social web GAYATHRI .O.

46. Important Aspects and Solutions for Empowerment of Hill Women: Prof. Himanshu Bourai
Special Reference to Garhwal Himalyas

47. HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE GIRL CHILD Dr. Manjari Verma

48. Political Empowerment of Women at Grass-root level in Bihar Dr. S. K. Pratihasta

49. Political Empowerment of Women through Micro Finance Dr. Anupriya Kumari
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Bliss or Curse

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r: Status of women in parliament E.Hemavathi
54. Reformulating Feminist Perspective of Public Administration SWARNAMAYEE TRIPATHY
55. Gender Inequality and Human Development: Dr. Sushma Rampal
A Theoretical Perspective
56. Gender based violence during armed conflict Ms.Tishya Khillare
57. Discourses Gender Prof. Dattatray Pandurang Katade
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58. Bridging the gender gap in education and economics: Dr. G.P.SUDHA,
A Study

59. Gender Equality : Social, Political and Economical Perspective Dr. Sachin Mahadev Patil
60. BEHAVIOURAL SYNDROME OF WOMEN PRISONERS IN INDIA Prof. Dr Muktikanta Mohanty

61. Discourses on Gender Sanjay P.Gaikwad

62. Empowerment of Women through Politically and E.Hemavathi, Dr.Kalaiselvi Sivaraman
Socio-Economically Participation in India: Contemporary Issues
and Challenges

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c« WOMEN’S HEALTH IN INDIA AT PRESENT SCENARIO Kothandan Devandiran

Panel- 5 Politics of Democratic Decentralization in India
Decentralization is the symbol of participatory government. A system is truly democratic when it
ensures participation of the most marginalized segment of the society. It is considered to be an
indispensable precondition of social, economic and political development, stability and prosperity. The
litmus test of decentralization lies in its role towards the empowerment of women, dalits, and other
marginalized groups. Experience shows that Panchayati Raj institutions are functioning amidst a number
of pulls and pressures. Democratic decentralization in India is faced with numerous challenges in the
form of inadequate funding, illiteracy, caste-ridden rural socio-economic background and finally, lack of
political will at upper level to share power with lower strata of government and lack of infrastructure.
In this kind of predicament, how to ensure commitment to decentralization as a political value and how
to make the institution of Panchayati Raj as self-governing and self-sustaining offer a very wide area for
scholarly investigation.
Chair- Prof. Noorjahan Bawa, University of Delhi, Delhi
Co-Chair- Prof Mohan Kashikar, RTD Nagpur University, Nagpur (Maharashtra)
Discussant- Dr.Sanjay Kumar Jha, LN Mithila University, Darbhanga (Bihar)

1.SOCIAL INCLUSION OF WOMEN IN Pramod Kumar Ray
DECENTRALISED LOCAL GOVERNANCE IN INDIA
(A CASE SUTDY OF JAJPUR DISTRICT OF ODISHA)

2. Politics of Democratic Decentralization in India With Prafull A. Raut
Reference to the state of Maharashtra

3. ROLE OF PANCHAYAT RAJ INSTITUTIONS IN Dr.D. Ravinder, N.Srishailam
DECENTRALISED PLANNING.

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4. POLITICS OF DEMOCRATIC DECENTRALLZATION IN INDIA Shri. Appasaheb Shamrao Shelke
CASE STUDY OF DECENTRALIZATION IN SANGLI DISTRICT
MAHARASHTRA

5. Decentralisation of power in Fifth Schedule Areas of India: Bhikari Oram
A Study in Odisha

6. POLITICS OF CASTE AND DEMOCRATIC MOHAN S. KASHIKAR, RAHUL V. BAVGE
DECENTRALISATION IN SATARA ZILLA PARISHAD IN
MAHARASHTRA (WITH REFERENCE TO ZP ELECTIONS
FROM 1992 TO 2002)

7. Panchayati Raj and Democratic Decentralisation Dr. Raghwendra Kishor
8. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN PANCHAYAT RAJ : Dr. Ashok S. Anikivi
EXPERIENCE FROM KARNATAKA

9. Democratic Decentralization and Panchyati Raj in Maharashtra Dr Sachin s.Jaiswal

10. Democratic Decentralization In India Dr. Pandit S. Nalawade
11. The Participation of Women Self-Help Group in the Dr. Suresh Prasad Sarangi
Panchayati Raj Administration: A Study of Sadai Pali
Gram Panchayat of Odisha

12. PANCHAYATI RAJ SYSTEM: EMPOWERING RURAL Dr.Md.Mastan Vali.
VOICES OF INDIA

13. Political Decentralisation in India - A Study with Special Dr. V. Ram Chandram
references to 73
rd
Constitutional Amendment.

14. DECENTRALIZATION IN INDIA K. Illakiya

15. Decentralization in India: A Study of Working of the Dr. (Mrs). Johani Xaxa
Gram Sabha in Odisha.

16. Politics of Decrocratices Decentralization in India. Mrs. Dr. KADAM K.M.

17. Decentralization and Local Self-government in India: - V. Rama Krishna
An Institutional Perspective

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·s Democratic Decentralisation and Women Empowerment: DILLIP KUMAR MALLIK
A Study in Odisha
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20. PARTY DEMOCRACY IN INDIA PROF. RAM AWATAR AGNIHOTRI

21. EMPOWERING RURAL WOMEN: A SWOT ANALYSIS Dr.Rashmimala Sahu

22. Yashwantrao Chavan and Democratic Decentralization Mrs.Kothavale Shraddha Vinod
in Maharashtra

23. Decentralisation in India: Making Democracy a Reality! Shyna V V and Khursheed Ahmad Wani

24.Performance of Panchayat Raj System: Issues and Challenges Dr. M. Venkat Reddy

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29. Politics of Democratic Decentralization in India Prof. Dr. Kavita Sonkamble

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33 PUBLIC DELIBERATION IN PANCHAYATS Debapriya Parida
34 PARADIGMS OF DEMOCRATIC DECENTRALISATION IN INDIA: Mridula Sharda
1993-2013

35. Good Governance and Panchayati Raj Institutions: Anita Das
A study in the State of Assam

36. Politics of Democratic Decentralization in India Dr.Suvarna Ashok Benke

37. Democratic Decentralization and Social Inclusion in India: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Jha
Some Issues

38. Panchayati Raj: The Indian Model of Local Self- Government Prof. Noorjahan Bava
and Rural Development

39. Past, present and future POSITION OF elected Women Mr.P.PALPANDI
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representatives in Panchayat Raj Institutions –
A STUDY IN MADURAI DISTRICT

40. Politics of Democratic Decentralization in India Vijaya Kumar

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«z Grassroots Governance and Status of Women’s Akhilesh Pal and Sunita Baghel
A Case Study of Dewas District of Madhya Pradesh

43. A STUDY ON MODERN ELECTORAL REFORMS IN INDIA: D.JAYAPRAKASH
ISSUEES AND CHALLENGES

44. The concept of Social Justice and Indian Constitution Alka Bharati


Panel -6 Politics of Violent and Non-Violent Movements

In recent years the politics of violence and non-violence has attracted the attention of Political
Scientists toward both violent and non-violent movements having appeared in different corners of the
world. Recently, in Syria and Libya violent protest movements and Anna Hazare’s non-violent protest
movement in India are evidence of the fact that both methods are applied in politics. Which technique is
expedient for dealing with conflict or bringing about social change certainly requires serious and in-
depth investigation. Why in certain situations violence appears to be a superior technique for conflict
resolution and why non-violence is often more difficult to visualize are some of the pertinent issues that
need to be addressed in the study of political actions.
Chair- Prof Kashinath Jena, Tripura University,Agartalla (Tripura)
Co-Chair- Prof JLN Rao, Osmania University, Hderabad (AP)
Discussant – Dr. B.K. Mahakul, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur (Odisha)

1.Nature of Naxalite agitation in India Dr. Ajit Kumar Singh
2. Political Violence: A Study of Dr. B.K. Mahakul
Naxal Movement in India

3. Gorkhaland Movement in West Bengal:A Study in Historical Perspective Chanchal Chakraborti

4. Non-Violent Movement-Satyagrahi Savodayanism Dr. Pawar S.D.

5. Naxal Movement in Bihar: perspective of violence BalendushekharMangalmurty,
and state policy

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6. The Non Violent Face of Violence in the Prof. Sumit Mukerji
Gorkhaland Movement

7. Introspecting the Bodo-Adivasi Conflict and State politics in the region Rumi Roy

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10.Social Movements - Women and State Violence Dr. Gunti Ravinder

11. THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN INDIA: A SPECIAL Aleena Thomas
REFERENCE TO ANTI NUCLEAR MOVEMENT IN KOODANKULAM

12. Environmental Justice Movement in the Sacred Mountain Braja Kishore Sahoo
for protecting the Law of Niyam: A Study on Niyamagiri
Movement against Vedanta project in Odisha, India.

13. UNITED NATIONS AND THE DISCURSIVE EVOLUTION ON Tishya Khillare,
GENDER BASED VIOLENCE DURING ARMED CONFLICTS

14. Politics in Evolution of Movements: The Issue of Gorkhaland in Gayatri Bhagat
West Bengal

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16 Politics of Violent and Non-violent Movements Sonali Singh

17 Theoretical Perspectives on Nation Building In India Muneshwar Yadav

Panel-7 Politics and Democratic Governance in India
About sixty six years practice of democratic governance in India unravels many significant facts
that speak volume of both potentials and pitfalls of the governance. Several laws enacted by the
government during the past years in the sphere of empowerment of women, decentralization of
government, public interest litigation, periodic elections and role of the election commission in
preventing rigging in the elections prove democratic credentials while on the other hand, corruption,
criminalization of politics, rise of sectarian interests etc are the pitfalls of Indian democracy. Indian
government’s inability to impartially deliver services, roll out benefits or adjudicate dispute and
institutional failure to redress the grievance of the people needs to be seriously addressed. There is a
dire need of social audit of democratic governance in India. How to make the governance accountable
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needs an in-depth diagnosis of the problems, and calls for prescribing remedies for the ills of the
democratic system in India.
Chair- Prof Upendra Mishra, BRA University, Muzaffarpur (Bihar)
Co-Chair- Dr. Anurag Ratna, GSPG College, Sultanpur (U.P.)
Discussant - Dr. Abhay Vikram Singh, CCS University, Meerut (UP)

1.PESA and TRIBAL SELF GOVERNANCE Dr. Ramprasad V. Pole
2. Planning in India- A politics of Democratic Governance Dr. Vikash Narayan Upadhyay

3. Role of Gram Panchayat in Strengthening Rural Dr. N.Amudha,Ph.D.,
Governance

4. DEEPENING DEMOCRACY IN INDIA BY BUILDING : ANKITA BARUAH
GENDER EQUALITY IN POLITICS

5. Impact of Democratic Politics on Governance in India Dr Anurag Ratna,

6. Contribution of Judiciary to Democratic Governance in Dr Kirti Srivastava
India

7. GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR STRENGTHENING RURAL TOURISM V. Anu Rangjani

8. Evolution of Democratic Decentralization in India: Dr. Himmat Singh Deora
Rajasthan as Case Study

9. Governance by Indian Judiciary: Judicial Activism Dr. Patil Shivaji Subrao

10. Genesis and Evaluation of Regional Political Parties Dr. Shuchi Santosh Barwar
and Coalition Politics in India

11. Politics and Democratic Governance in India Rasheeda Banu

12. Politics and Democratic Governance in India Dr. Kumari Kiran

13. The Changing Realities of Democratic Decentralisation: Lavanya Suresh
A Study of Forest Resource Management in Tamil Nadu

14. Politics and Democratic Governance in India Dr. (Mrs.) Mandakini R. Mahore

15. Politics and Democratic Governance in India Mudabbir Qamar

16. CASTE AND POLITICAL GOVERNANCE IN INDIAN DEMOCRACY- Dr. NagarajuVadapalli
A STUDY OF ANDHRA PRADESH

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17. Bhartiy Laok Tantra Ki Prasangikta EK-Adhyayan Dr. Bipin KUmar Mehta

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za Rights of citizens : Democratic Governance in India. Dr. Sadhana Thakur

21. Democracy: Views from the Indian Political Thought Dr.D.Ramakrishnan

22. The Challenge of Good Governance in India Roshan Pat Pingua

23. Politics on Governance - A Study of Gujarat Sahil Shrivastav

24. Degeneration of Democratic Governance in India Dr. Sanjay Kumar

25. Acceptability and Suitability of the Gujarat and Bihar Dr Shashi Bhushan Kumar
Models of Governance

26. Participation of Women in Indian Politics Mr. K. ShyamMr,A. Thirupathi

27. Participation in the Democratic Governance: Hima Bindu M
A Goal Unreached

28. REGIONALISATION OF INDIAN POLITICS Saroj Kumar Verma

29. Communal Conflicts in India: Khurram Z aidi
Imperative of Deliberative Democracy

30. The State of Indian Democracy and Democratic Governance : Latha.A.Pandit
Issues and concerns.

31.The Politics of inequalities in Democratic Governance in Dr.Upendra Mishra

32.Hung Parliament: Problems, Prospects and Consequences Dr. Abhay Vikram Singh
on Indian Democratic System

33. Clash of Interest between “We” and “Others”: Anju Helen Bara
Understanding Indian State’s pursuit for Development
and Modernity

34. The Rights Of Accused In Islamic Legal System in Dr. Yogendra Kumar
Pre Independent India

35. Cast Census Necessary for Related Caste Dr. Ratnesh Patel
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36. The Contours of Caste and Religion: S Swaroop Sirapangi
An Analysis of Hindutva Ideology and Politics in India

37. Citizens Role in Good Governance Dr.Rakesh Ranjan

38. Governance without Government-a mirage? Arindam Roy

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«·. PRACTICAL ASPECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA Dr. MANOJ KUMAR

Panel -8 Politics of Non-State Activism

In the past two decades non-state activities have grown manifold. This dimension was earlier
largely ignored by political analysts. Now in the era of globalization there is a network of activists that
coalesce and operate across national borders through their targets might differ. Transnational activism
has a significant impact on human rights, environmental politics refugees issues, trade practices and
women freedom from violence. The non-state activism syndrome breaks new ground for thematic and
empirical research in Political Science. How far is it expedient that the rise of non-state actors challenge
the traditional notion of power and sovereignty? How state actors negotiate with non-state actors ?
How non-state actors influence the policies? These are some of the major dimensions of scholarly
deliberations.
Chair- Prof. G.Krishna Reddy, Osmania University Hyderabad (AP)
Co-Chair- Prof. Baldev Agja, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidya Nagar (Gujarat)
Discussant – Dr. K.Vidyasagar Reddy, Mizoram University, Aiwzal (Mizoram)


1. Politics of Non-State Activism in India Dr S.K. Srivastava, Dr Anurag Ratna

2. SOUTH CENTRAL ASIA AS THE EPICENTRE OF Dr. ArvindAdityaraj
INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM; ROLES OF STATE
INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES AND NON-STATE ACTORS

3. NGOs vs State in India: A Paradigm shift towards non state activism Dr Shashi Pratap Shahi

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6. Politics of Non-State Activism In Manipur: Prof. R.K. Satapathy
A Case Study Of United Committee Manipur


7. NON-STATE ACTIVISM AND DYNAMICS OF L. Muhindro Singh1
PANDEMONIUM STATE OF DEMOCRACY IN CONFLICT STATE

8. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ORGANISATIONS M. THENMOZHI,
INVOLVED IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AND EMPOWERING
WOMEN: THE CASE OF MADURAI AND THIRUVANATHAPURAM

9. Emerging Maritime Threats perceptions in the 21
st
Century: Vimal Kumar Kashyap
Role of Non-State Actors in the Malacca Strait and Indian Ocean

Panel -9 New World Order and India

Recent changes at global level have affected the process of reorientation of power distribution
in international. Disintegration of the Soviet Union, the unification of Europe, the sudden rise of Asian
countries ,especially, China, India and ASEAN, bloc, emergence of new power blocs like, WTO, BIRC and
BRIC, existence of the sole surviving super power, i.e. the USA, globalization and growing tentacles of
terrorism characterized the period. How India indentifies a role in this new world order? How India is
going to redefine her goals and objectives in new world order? Her claim for a permanent seat in the UN
Security Council are a few important dimensions of scholarly analyses in the field of International
Politics.
Chair- Prof R.S Yadav, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra (Haryana)
Co-Chair- Dr. Farhana Kausar, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
Discussant - Dr.Pratip Chattopashyaya, Kalyani University, Kalyani (W.B)

1. India’s Strategic Ambiguity: Explaining India’s Reluctance on Pivot to Asia Md. Abdul Gaffar

2. Recent Developments in India – Bangladesh Relation Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

3. India’s Post Cold-War Foreign Policy : Challenges Ahead Dr. C. D. Amar

4. India’s Response to West Asian Turmoil and the quest Dr Deepika Gupta
Energy Security

5. Rising India and the New World Order: Govind Gaurav
Debating Paradox of Global Power Shift

6. India as an Emerging Power: Trends of its Maritime Kush Kumar Gayasen


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Strategy in the New World Order

7. New World Order and India NaserTimory

8. Challenges for India in the New World Order Dr Nishtha Kaushiki

9. India’s Role in Multilateral Forums: Pratip Chattopadhyay
A Trading State in Action

10. India and South South Cooperation: Sangeeta Kumari,
Emerging perspectives of aid

11. NEW WORLD ORDER AND INDIA DR.MANDA B. KULKARNI

12. New world order and India toward protection of D. Sendhil kumar
Human Rights in Afghanistan

13. New World Order and India Dr. Sunil V. Shinde, Shekhar B. Ashtikar

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Potentials for redefining its role in the emerging World Order

16. Border Disputes is Potential Threats of the India’s Security Anand Pratap Singh

17.Role of India in world Order Dr.Rita Kumari

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·s India’s Foreign Policy in New World Order: Dr. A.K. Rustagi, Subhash Singh2
Challenges and Prospects

20. India’s Multilateralism in South Asia: An Overview Dr. Farhana Kausar

21. Post-Soviet Dynamics in Central Asia: Dr. Raj Kumar Kothari
India’s Perceptions and Strategies

22. Communicating Soft Power: Priyadarshini Ghosh
Contrasting Perspectives from India and China

23.India as a Rising Power: Opportunities and Challenges R. S. Yadav



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24. India as a Non-Permanent Member in the United Santosh Juvavaka
Nations Security Council

25. Political Development in Maldives: Alok Kumar Gupta
Foreign Policy Challenges for India

Panel -10 Contours of Modern Political Economy
Political Economy has been a very significant realm of enquiry, spread of globalization has
reaffirmed the importance of political economy as in the altered international scenario after the demise
of cold war owing to disintegration of the formed Soviet Union, it was held by the western political
analysts that the new scenario testifies the triumph of capitalism and liberal democratic principles. But,
very soon economic recession in the United States and Western Europe and the rise of East Asian
economies raised the issue of efficacious management of political economy. So, the paradoxes of
liberalism and capitalism call for analyzing the contours of political economy in the 21
st
century. To
understand the contours of political economy we need to understand the nature of geo-economy and
unravel the complexity of the new geo-economy.

Chair- Prof. JK Mishra, Behrampur University, Behrampur (Odisha)
Co-Chair- Prof Bharti Patil, Shivaji University, Kolhapur (Maharastra)
Discussant – Dr.N. Somerendra Singh, Manipur University, Imphal (Manipur)

1.A Theoretical Discourse on Democratization of Dr.D.S.Makkalanban
International OrganizationA Case Study of World
Trade Organization

2. “Sugar Co-operatives and Political Economy of Dr.Shikandar Appaso Jamadar
Maharashtra.”

3. Special Economic Zones in India: Major Issues and Implications Monika Verma

4. The Emerging Political Economy of Manipur: Dr. N. Somorendro Singh
Under India but Conquered by Foreign Countries

5. The Role of M.G.N.R.E.G.A. in Modern Political economy : Dr. Kantrao P. Pole
A Study of Maharashtra

6. BEYOND ENTITLEMENT TO FOOD Md. Mushifique Alam

7. MODERN POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INDIA: DR. POONAM KUMARI
DO WE NEED AN ALTERNATIVE ONE

8. ''Gandhian Economic Thought in the Context of Dr. Ghanshyam
Globalisation''

9. Border Haats and the Challenge of Economic Development Dr Biswajit Mohapatra
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in North East India : Emerging Scenarios of Risks & Benefits


Panel -11 Political Systems and Democracy
The issue of democracy as a political system and democracy as a principle of political system
provide a wide range of discourses with regard to its viability in the context of developing countries. In
this context, nature and functions of representative government, citizen participation in political
process, basic human freedom of citizens, transparency of political acts and processes, basic human
freedom of citizens, transparency of political acts and processes, role of civil society are important areas
of scholarly deliberations. Is the western model of democratic political system functional in Afro-Asian
and Latin American countries? What are the bases of socio-cultural dynamics of political system of these
countries? These are some burning issues for investigation.
Chair- Prof. I Ramabrahaman, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad (AP)
Co-Chair- Prof. Mohd. Alamgeer, Samastipur College, Samastipur (Bihar)
Discussant – Dr Anupam Sharma, Indra Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak (MP)

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2. “POLITICAL SYSTEMS AND DEMOCRACY” PROF.M.M.S.NEGI,BHASKER MISHRA

3. POLITICAL SYSTEM AND DEMOCRACY Dr. Prof. S.K.Jha

4. Essential Democracy: A no-cooptative model of Esteban Valenzuela
three dimensions (freedom, justice and fraternity)

5. Musilm religious faction in kerala and Political participation MUHAMMAD YUNUS TP

6. Political System and Democracy Dr. Manoj Kumar Das Dr. Dilip Kumar Das

7. CRISIS IN INDIAN DEMOCRACY AND GANDHIAN Dr.PUSHPALATA KUMARI
ALTERNATIVES

8. Electoral Politics in the Autonomous District Councils in Meghalaya Prof. R. K. Satapathy

9. CRIMINALIZATION OF POLITICS: Dr. D. R. Swamy
INDECENT INDENT OF IDEAL DEMOCRACY

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11 INDIAN DEMOCRACY- PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS Dr.J.Ramesh Sundar, Ms.R.Vidya

12. Role of Political Parties in Governance in India: A Critique Dr. Shriram Yerankar

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14 Effect of Political Attitude on Political Behavior of Dr. Vimla Verma
the Citizens in Democracy


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18 Working of Indian Democracy: Challenges and Opportunities Prof. Sohan Lal Meena

19. Recent National Policy Initiatives Suman Kumar

20. Democracy in the 21st century: advance or decline Dr.S.Saravanakumar

21. Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly T. Arumugam
Constituencies in India – A Critical Analysis

22. NEED FOR ELECTORAL REFORMS IN INDIA Dr. A. Hariprasad

23. INDIAN MAGNA CARTA And NATIONAL EMERGENCY B. LAXMINARAYANA

24. APPRAISAL ON CHANGING ATTITUDES AND Dr. Gaddam Krishnaiah
BEHAVIOUR OF INDIAN POLITICAL PARTIES

25. INFLUENCE OF ELECTIONS ON THE ECONOMY Dr.Basavaraja G& Girija K.S.
OF THE NATION

26. The Idea of India and Democracy: Conflict Trajectories Indrajeet Singh
and Reconciliation In Contemporary times

27. “Fragility of Democracy in Pakistan: Issues & Challenges” Dr. Kalpana S. Agrahari

28.Evolving Role of Judiciary in Democratic Dr.Awadhesh Kumar Singh
Of Judiciary in Democratic Perspective

29. Need of small States in Indian Democracy Laxman F. Shirale

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:3 Judicial Activism and Parliamentary Democracy in India Prf. Mohammad Alamgeer

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A discourse on “ Face Book and Social Media”
democracy in India

36. Towards Cleansing Criminalized Politics in India V.Subrahmanyam

37. Parochialisation of National Politics in India : Dr. Vidya Kumar Choudhary
A Critical Study of recent trends

38. Elephant, Lotus, Bicycle: Biju. P. R.
Mandalising digital ghettos in India

39. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN INDIA Dr.J.Ramesh ,Ms.V.Devi

40. Recontextualising the Right to Self-determination in a Dr Debnarayan Modak
New Era: India in the 21st Century

41. State and Measures of Social Inclusion: Dr. Abhilash Thadathil
Five years of Forest Right Act (FRA )

42. DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM AND ADMINISTRATIVE Dr. (Mrs.) Anupam Sharma
MACHINERY IN INDIA

43. Participation of Women in Decision Making Process in India Dr. (Mrs.) Anupam Sharma

44. Right to Information and Judiciary Dr. M.M. Semwal Manish Kumar &Nibha Rathi

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Panel-12 Issues in Administrative Culture and Governance

Forces of globalization pose several new challenges to national as well as international systems
of governance giving rise to a limited sovereignty of nation-states. Owing to globalization, issues of
hunger, deprivation, violation of human rights, urbanization and growing problems of sanitation, etc are
plethora of issues that impinge upon very foundation of administrative system of the developing
countries. It urgently calls for understanding the contours of new administrative culture and challenges
before good governance.
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Chair- Prof. Manoj Dixit, University of Lucknow, Lucknow (U.P)
Co-Chair- Prof Pawan Sharma, ABV Hindi University, Bhopal (MP)
Discussant – Dr. Rajveer Singh Dalal, Ch. Devilal University, Sirsa (Haryana)


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z Administrative Lapses in Disaster Management: Dr. Aditi Tyagi
A Reflection on Uttarakhand Floods

3. Issues in Administrative Culture and Governance Dr.D. K. P. Chaudhary
Transparency, RTI and Democratic Governance

4 Administrative Culture in Universities and Teacher Empowerment Dr. Renu Yadav

5. Evolution of Administrative Culture in India since Independence Dr. Sunil K. Srivastava

6. INDIAN DEMOCRACY AND THE CHALLENGES Dr. Suresh Chandra Patel
OF GOOD GOVERNANCE

7. Culture of Education and Its Impact on Political- MEGHA PANDEY
Administrative Culture In India

8. COMBATING CORRUPTION THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE ETHICS G.Hemalatha

9. Moral Bankruptcy... has Handicapped Indian Administration Daisy Sharma

10. CITIZENS AND ADMINISTRATION: A STUDY Dr. Krishna Namdev

11. ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATIVE CULTURE AND GOVERNANCE SONAL KHARE

12. ADMINISTRATIVE CULTURE AND ETHICAL CODES Dr Radha Varada
—A CHALLENGE TO GOOD GOVERNANCE

13. Administrative Culture and Governance in India: Dr Rajbir Singh Dalal
Issues and Challenges

14. Aspects of Administrative Culture and Governance in Rajesh Dinkar Danane
Tribal Sub-Plan Implementation: A Case study of Nandurbar
District

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16 Role of Sarpanch in Development of grass-root Dr. G. VeerannaDr. B. Sarangapani
level Administration in Andhra Pradesh Mr.L. Rathan Singh

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17. ACCOUNTABILITY, ETHICS AND PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY: Vijender Singh Beniwal Kapil Sikka
AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

18. A Value Addition to Public Service Delivery System in India: Renu Singh
Good Governance, Ethics and a Rights-Based Approach to
Development

19. RIVER GOVERNANCE AND LOCAL ADMINISTRATION: AJAY.M.G
A CASE STUDY ON RIVER PAMBA

20. Need of Police Reforms In India Dr. Vandana Sharma ,Dr. Ramesh Tripathi

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22 GOOD GOVERNANCE – ENSURING CITIZEN – Dr.P. Muralidharan,Dr. S. Sugumar
FRIENDLY AND CITIZEN – CARING ADMINISTRATION

23. Politics on Water Security: Emerging Challenges for India VIJAY SHANKAR VIKRAM

24. E-governance- its functions and development Dr. T. JOHNSON SAMPATHKUMAR
ZOBIAKVELA .H
25. DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN MIZORAM Dr. T. JOHNSON SAMPATHKUMAR
ZOBIAKVELA .H

26. Good Governance in strengthening Rural Tourism: V. Anu Rangjani,
R. Pudhupalayam Village - A Study


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28.ICT and Rural Development: Investigating the Ranjita Chakraborty,
Politics of 'Digital Divide'

29. Political Autonomy: perception for a greater space in DR. SWAPAN KUMAR BISWAS
Island’s politico- administration

30. Initiatives for Good Governance in India Dr.Triranjan Raj

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Panel -13 Perspectives on State Politics in India

The study of state politics in India is now in the focus of inquiry. New challenges arising from
states in the form of demands for creating new states, more central assistance and lack of majority to
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one party at the centre during the last three general elections have enhanced the role of state leaders
in the national politics, regional political parties have increased their bargaining position vis-s-vis the
centre and are in a position to dictate terms to the centre. Earlier locomotive of change had come from
the centre but after 1967, scenario started changing. Now, state model of development is being
discussed as a viable alternative model of development. Further liberalization, privatization, and
globalization have lessened the dependence of states on the Centre. Now states are free to sign MOU
with foreign companies and invite Foreign Direct Investment directly. So, the focus of the study has now
shifted from the dominant national perspective to state level. The changing scenario calls for deeper
political inquiry and analysis, and evolving a comparative perspective on state politics.

Chair- Prof. B.P Singh, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh (Jharkhand)
Co-Chair- Dr. Nani Bath, Rajiv Gandhi University, Doimukh (Arunachal Pradesh)
Discussant – Dr. Ira Yadav, VKS University, Ara (Bihar)


1. Role of Caste in Politics of Uttar Pradesh Dr. Rajesh Kumar Singh ,Km. Aparna Mishra

2. Caste, sub-Caste within caste and their Identity Avaneesh Maurya
politics and challenges:A Case of Uttar Pradesh Politics

3. Indian Democracy and States Polities Dr. Seema Prasad

4. PERSPECTIVES ON STATE POLITICS IN INDIA HITESH SHARMA

5. Rise of Regional Parties in India: boon or bane Neha Singh

6. Manipur: A Failed State Dr Ayangbam Shyamkishor

7. The Role of Regional Political Parties in Goa Balaji Shenvy

8. नसल समया अप वकास और राजनीत Dr. Aarfa Rajput

9. PERSPECTIVES ON STATE POLITICS IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS DR. IRA YADAV

10. Rise and decline of Lal Nishan Party (LNP) in Politics Dr. Vijay Patil, Dr. Sanjay Ratnaparakhi
of Maharashtra

11. Regionalism in Context of State Politics in India Dr. Renu Mishra

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13 Environment Policy, Issues and Judicial Response Dr. B. Sanjeeva Reddy

14. Redistributive Politics in the South: Suraj Jacob and Srikrishna Ayyangar
comparing Populism in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu

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15 Changing Perspectives of the Study of State Politics in India Prof. Dr. Bharati Patil

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19. CASTE AND COMMUNITY IN UTTAR PRADESH DR. SHAFIUZZAMAN

20 Retrospect and Prospect of Local Government in Puducherry Jayarajan

21. State Politics in Northeast India: A Case of Mizoram Dr.Kalmekolan Vidyasagar Reddy

22. Language Problem in Madras Presidency Shri. Suryakant Gaikwad

23. Changing pattern of state politics in India Dr. B.P. Singh

24 Rethinking of Special Category Status to Dr.Md.Ehtesham
Poorer States in India

25. States Politics in India country since independence Dr.Rama Rao Bonagani

26. Do women members make a difference? Suman Ojha Mishra
A case study of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly

27. Perspectives on State Politics: a study of a frontier state Dr. Nani Bath

28 Perspectives on State Politics in India DR.SWAPAN KUMAR BISWAS

29. Search for Identity: A study in the Light of Tribal Vivek Kumar Hind
Displacement in Jharkhand

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Panel -14 Emerging Nature of International Organization

International organizations occupy unique place in International life as they are mechanism for
transnational co-operation and collative action. The end of cold war, weakening of the state and
growing role of NGOs, acceleration in the pace of global economic integration and information
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revolution have brought about significant change in the international institution. These changes have
affected international organization in many ways. They have to adjust themselves in accordance with
the changing international melieu. Besides UN other regional groupings such as SAARC, ASEAN,
OAU,OAS, OECD,BRICS,G-10, G-20, G-7, G-22,etc have become active in different ways to address
various practical, economic and environment challenges in the 21
st
century. So the changing
international Scenario has to a great extent influenced the nature of function of the International
organization in the 21
st
century.

Chair- Prof Madhurendra Kumar, Kumaun University, Nainital (Uttarakhand)
Co-Chair- Dr. Thomas George, MS University, Vadodra (Gujarat)
Discussant – Dr. B Sanjeev Reddy, Kakatiya University, Warangal (AP)

1.EMERGING NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS – M.Bhargavi
ECO TOURISM

2. EMERGING NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS PROF.M.M.S.NEGI, BHASKER MISHRA

3. “The United Nations Human Rights System, a space DILEEP KR. MAURYA
Global Affairs”

4. G-20: A New Era Challenge Dr. Arjun Sharma

5. THE MAIN REVISIONS FOR RESTRUCTURING AND Dr. MouneshwaraSrinivasrao
REFORMING OF THE UN IN THE GLOBALISED ERA

6. REGIONALISM AND MULTILATERALISM: UNDERSTANDING Dr.Sabu Thomas,
THE PARADIGM SHIFT IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

7. Role of International Organizations in Maintenance M. Shafi Bhat
of Peace & Security

8. Emerging Nature of International Organizations: Pallavi Mishra
A Study of Public-Private Partnerships as a New Trend

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10 United Nations Sanctions: New challenges in the 21st Century Rajendra Prasad

11. The Evolution of International Organization Dr. Gandhijee Roy

12. India’s Approach to Counter-Terrorism at the United Nations Vikash Chandra

13. European Union as a global security Actor: H.S VENKATESHA

14. Emerging Nature of International Organizations Thomas George

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15. India and United Nations: a case for India’s permanent Mohammed Khalid
seat in the Security Council

16. Walking on thin ice: co-option as emancipation in critical Gaurav Saini
tradition of the Global South

17. World Bank and Human Rights: A Case Study Mithilesh Kumar
of Bank’s Inspection Panel

18. NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND GLOBAL SECURITY IN Rajesh Kuniyil
THE EMERGING WORLD ORDER

19 THE DETERMINANTS OF ADMINISTRATIVE CULTURE Dr. B.Amarender Reddy
IN INDIA

20. The provisions of United Nations charter to establish Dr. Gundegowda
the collective security measures - the Issues and Challenges

21. EMERGING NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Dr. G.Raja Jerald Selvakumar

22. Emerging Nature of International Organization Dr. Vidya Raut
(Special reference of Asian Regional Organization)

23. United Nations and Trans-National Women’s Activism Sumit Saurabh Srivastava
in Globalized World

24 . International Organisation Pranita Nand


Panel-15 Contours of Global Politics

The objective of this section is to examine the nature and dynamics of modern global
governance and institutions. It seems to develop a fresh perspective by focusing its analysis on the
growing involvement of developing countries in the working of the global institutions. It calls for
analyzing the impact of Bretton Woods institutions, emergence of GATT, shift to a post-Washington
consensus, global financial crisis, disaster management and discourses on environmental hazards etc. on
the contemporary global Politics.
Chair- Prof. Manas Chakraborty, North Bengal University, Darjeeling (West Bengal)
Co-Chair- Dr. Anil Kumar Singh, JP University, Chhapra (Bihar)
Discussant - Prof. SV Kulkarni, CSB College, Ramdurg (Karnataka)

1.THE PROBLEM OF ENVIRONMENTAL MIGRANTS IN INDIA: Nilimpa Ghosh Pal
A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE

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2. ''Gandhian Economic Thought in the Context of Globalization'' Dr. Ghanshyam Roy

3. Rise of India and the Power Shift Kamala Kumari

4. CHINA, INDIA AND THE CHANGING GLOBAL POLITICS M. Mayilvaganan

5. Proliferation of Indo-Pak Nuclear Weapons and NAJMUDHEEN. T
Regional Security Challenges:

6. Changing Contours of Global Politics: Prospects and Challenges Dr. Nanda Kishor

7. EMERGING POWERS IN THE CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL SYSTEM: Prosenjit Pal
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES (With Reference To India and China)


8. Contours of new global political order emerging – Prof. S.V. Kulkarni
Perspectives from the South

9. Revisiting Global Politics: Through the lens of political philosophers Amna Sunmbul

10. Russia’s Role in Syrian Crisis Ravjeest Singh Atwal

11. INDIA’S ROLE IN THE EMERGING WORLD ORDER K.Swarnalatha

12. Globalisation : A Boat That Uplifts All? Dr. Subhash Shukla

13. Conflict and Conflict Resolution in International context: Sudarshan Kumar N.K
A theoretical approach

14. Post-9/11 Comparative Politics Theory Dr. Sunil K Sahu

15. Global World and India – An Analysis Dr. Ashokkumar V. Paled

16. Rethinking International Relations from Oriental Perspectives Hamid Iqbal

17. Breaching sovereignty at will: the evolving game in Global Politics Kamna Tiwary

18. Contesting the idea of global good Abhishek Choudhary

19. Emerging India and Global Agenda-Setting: Monish Tourangbam
Capabilities and Intentions

20. India’s own ambitions and expectations from its Swatilekha Bhattacharya
increasing capabilities

21. The State of the ‘State’: The Churning of Global Politics Swatilekha Bhattacharya

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22. Diaspora and Human Rights: India’s Foreign Policy on DR. TANUJA SINGH
Diaspora in South Africa

23. Post 2014 Afghanistan and Regional implications Dr Pramod Kumar

24. Emerging Trends in Syrian Crisis: The International Dr .Mohammad Naseem Khan
Response

25. CHINA AND SOUTH ASIAN SECURITY ENVIRONMENT Dr. Rajesh Kumar
IN THE 21ST CENTURY

26. DECOLONISATION OF AFRICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT Fidelis Allen

27. Terrorism: A global problem Shailendra Kumar

28. “Poverty, Human Development and Human Trafficking : Prof. Dr. Ms. Santishree D. Pandit A
Case study of Cambodia- Thailand” and Dr. Ms. Rimli Basu

29. The European Union – Candidates for Dr. Bhawna Sharma
Accession: A Political Analysis

30. National interest in International Relations: J. Madhan Mohan
useful concept or exploitative practice?

31. 9/11 and The Resurgence of Identity Debate in France Deepmala Mishra

32. LEGAL OFFSHORING INDUSTRY AND DATA PRIVACY: Dr.Vivek Kumar Tyagi
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
(WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA)

33. The Politics of Islamism: The Ikhwani State as a Model Hassan Ahmadian

Panel-16 Government and Politics of Tamil Nadu

This panel deals with various aspects of governmental practices and political aspects of the state
of Tamilnadu. The special focus was mandated because of the IPSA conference primarily being held at
Chennai as per tradition, one of the panels was supposed to belong to the state where the conference
was being held at.
Chair- Prof. A.Thanikodi, Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai (Tamilnadu)
Co-Chair- Prof. Prakash Panwar, Shivaji University, Kolhapur (Maharastra)
Discussant – Dr. N. Anshuman, Madras Christian College, Chennai (TamilNadu)

1.CHALLENGES IN POLICY DELIVERY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: MS. ANBU ARUMUGAM
A STUDY OF SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMME IN CHENNAI CITY
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2. The Sri Lankan Tamil Refugees: Mohd. Shahzad
Issues and Challenges in Tamil Nadu Politics

3. MAKING PUBLIC TRANSPORT PROFITABLE: MS. S. VETRISELVI
A CASE STUDY OF METROPOLITAN TRANSPORT
CORPORATION LTD. (MTC), CHENNAI CITY

4. Government and Politics of Tamil Nadu S.VANITHA

5. King Maker of Indian Politics: Dr. Prakash Ramchandra Pawar
K. Kamaraj of Tamil Nadu

6.Tamil Politics in caste ,Dalita Institutinalisation Ramchandra Gaikawad
And Political Particaipation

7. Politics of Tamilnadu: Clash of Identity Politics Ruturaj Buwa

8. DALITS MOVEMENTS IN TAMILNADU: DR.T.KRISHNAKUMAR
PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES

9. Tamil Nadu's changing Political landscape Dr.P Ravishankar

Panel-17 State Politics of Andhra Pradesh

The panel expects academic discussions and scholarly deliberations on various political
dimensions of the ongoing events in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Somehow the Andhra Pradesh politics
has come to the center stage during last few months.

Chair- Prof. Eswaraiah, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad (AP)
Co-Chair- Prof. D Ravinder, Osmania University, Hyderabad (AP)
Discussant - Prof. Lalaih, Osmania University, Hyderabad (AP)

1. STATE POLITICS IN ANDHRA PRADESH: Dr. M. Venkat Reddy
A CRISIS OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONALISATION

2. BIFURCATION OF THE STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH: K.Suryanarayana Reddy
FACTS AND FALSIES

3. FORMATION OF TELANGANA STATE – P.NARENDER REDDY
LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES

4. STATE POLITICS OF ANDHRA Dr.D.S.Kalambe ,MR. S.S.Amale
PRADESH : TELANGANA STATE AND DEBATE

5. Party Politics in Andhra Pradesh Dr. S B Phad
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6. Demand for Separate Telangana: an Observation Dr. Vangara Bhumaiah, & Dr. B. Someshwar







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