Call for Papers: National Seminar on Global Environment & Sustainable Development: Issues and Challenges

About the College:

The first step is always a small step. The college was established in 1996 and since then has played an important role in the promotion of higher education among girls of Bindki and adjoining areas. The College started as an Arts Graduate College in 1996 and today it is a Post Graduate College with Post Graduation programme in three subjects in Humanities. Moreover, the under graduate course in Commerce is in the process of initiation from next session. During this two decade long journey the college has set up many milestones besides many other successes and achievements. It has been a journey with the vision & mission of quality & relevant education. It aims at preserving traditional knowledge and intellectual heritage as well as generating innovative activities in the field of higher education. Since its establishment in 1996, the College has not looked back. It has scaled new heights under the joint venture of various learned and eminent Principals, faculties, staff and students. Government Girls P.G. College, Bindki, Fatehpur looks forward to continue its vision and mission of providing accessibility and imparting ‘quality education’ to the girls of Bindki and adjoining areas.. In a span of 20 years, the College has progressed leaps and bound to emerge as a leading centre of higher education.

About the Host City :

Bindki is a Historical place in india. It is a very old city and was named after its emperor ‘Raja Venuki’ it is also the birth place of renowned Hindi Poet ‘Sohan Lal Dwivedi’. Bindki is also associated with first war of independence in 1857. 52 Freedom Fighters were hanged to death from the ‘Bavani imli’ Tree ‘on 28th April 1858 By Britishers. It is about 25 kms. From Fatehpur and 51 kms. From Kanpur.

Theme of the Seminar:

Exploitation of Earth’s natural resources is currently an essential condition of human existence. However, accelerated economic growth with high consumption level in developed countries and aspirations of developing countries to reach matching levels of growth are continuing to damage our Planet Earth’s environment. India is one of the fastest growing economies of the world and will continue its rapid urbanisation and economic development in the coming decades. This is a cause for celebration, but this growth also presents challenges in the form of rising consumption and demand for energy, increasing greenhouse gas emissions, and constraints on critical natural resources such as land, water and biodiversity harboured by them. Since long a course of action plan was resolved in Rio-declaration to improve environmental degradation, to reduce the loss of biodiversity and emission of greenhouse gases and to go ahead towards sustainable development. Still we have not succeeded much in this direction. Like all other countries, India needs to find a way to ensure environmental sustainability without compromising its economic and social development. To address growing environmental challenges, a new development paradigm is needed that puts people at the centre of development, regards economic growth as a means and not an end, protects the life opportunities of future generations as well as the present generations and respects the natural systems on which all life depends. Sustainable development is a key concept that provides an answer to the question how humankind coexists harmoniously with the earth and with nature.


v New Social Movements and Major Concerns of Sustainable Development.

v Atmospheric Pollution, Natural and Alternative Energy Resource Management in Era of Global Warming.

v Climate change, International Politics and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

v Environmental challenges and human security v Socio-Economic, Political and Legal Dimensions of Sustainable Development .

v World Environment, Political Conflict and Sustainable Development.

v Role of Political Will in Correcting the World Environment.

v From Rio to Copenhagen : An Evaluation of Emerging Concepts and Their Implementation

Guidelines for abstract/paper submission:

Participants are requested to submit the Abstract by 15th Jan,2017 and it should not exceed 300 words. The text should be typed in Times New Roman font (12 points) for English and Kruti Dev 10 font (14 point) for Hindi with single spacing in MS Word. Manuscripts should preferably not exceed 12 printed pages or between 2000-2500 words With full corresponding address of author(s) with contact no.(s) and email ID(s).


  1. The delegates will be paid TA/DA for participating in the Seminar as per UGC & UP Govt. Norms.
  2. Time allotted for each paper presentation – 10 minutes.
  3. The manuscript should be accompanied by a declaration letter that the paper is original and has not been submitted elsewhere for publication.
  4. The abstract along with full length paper must be submitted to Organising Committee either in through e-mail on or before 15th Jan 2017 to Only Abstract – Email-,

Only Full Papers Email

For more details, click here invitation-national-seminar-2122-jan-2017-gdc-bindki-pdf-new-1-1-1

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