Conference cum Workshop on Development with Dignity: Issues and Challenges; at SRCC, 28-30 March

Researchers/teachers/students are invited to present papers, organize/participate in its annual conference cum workshop.
This conference cum workshop seeks to address the problems of structural imbalances associated with the current growth regime in India, and consequently, its sustainability. While admitting that these different aspects are part of a larger story of imbalanced growth, feeding on each other, it will focus on the following aspects:
1. Sectoral imbalance, 2. Income and wealth imbalance, 3. Ecological imbalance, 4. Technological imbalance, 5. Labour and work force imbalance, 6. Inflationary imbalance, 7. Balance of payment imbalance, 8. Academic imbalance, 9. Political imbalance.

The papers should focus on analytics of linkages of overall growth dynamics with one or more of the above mentioned structural imbalances, possibly with some description of the same. The list above is indicative and not exhaustive.
Scholars are encouraged to explore beyond what is mentioned here. Please send an abstract of your paper/brief proposal of workshop by 10th of February 2014. Selection of the received papers will be subject to screening by a selection committee. The authors of the selected papers and the participants of workshops coming from Indian destination will be provided T.A. and free accommodation as per the UGC norms.
A few selected participants from universities abroad may also be provided with travel expenses. The final submission of full paper/detailed design of the workshop should be done by 10th March, 2014.
For more information and to look at a detailed conference note, please look at the college web site:
Email your papers/proposals/questions:
Contact the organizer: Rakesh Ranjan (phone +91 9868500456)
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