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National Seminar on "SWACHH BHARAT CAMPAIGN

Written By अरविन्द शुक्ल on शनिवार, 28 नवंबर 2015 | 10:42 pm

Dear Sir /Madam...It's a matter of great pleasure to inform you that DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Govt. Girls P.G. College, Bindki, Fatehpur. UP is organizing two day (04-05 Jan 2016) National Seminar on "SWACHH BHARAT CAMPAIGN 2014: Administrative Perspectives Issues and Challenges" "स्वच्छ भारत अभियान, प्रशासनिक परिप्रेक्ष्य, मुद्दे और चुनौतियाँ" sponsored by ICSSR, Ministry Of HRD Government of India. Cordially you are invited.......Convener Mr. Arvind Shukla.. Call/Write...09236807279-9026809646/
arvinddbsk@gmail.com

INTRODUCTION

Theme of the Seminar:    ‘SWACHH Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India campaign) is a national campaign by the Government of  India, covering 4041 statutory towns,  to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country. This campaign was officially launched on 2 October 2014 at Rajghat, New Delhi, where Prime Minister Narendra  Modi himself cleaned the road. It is India's biggest ever cleanliness drive and 3 million government employees and school and college students of India participated in this event. The mission was started by Prime Minister Modi, who nominated nine famous personalities for the campaign, and they took up the challenge and nominated nine more people and so on (like the branching of a tree). It has been carried forward since then with people from all walks of life joining it. This campaign aims to accomplish the vision of a 'Clean India' by 2 October 2019, the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. It is expected to cost over 62000 crore (US$9.8 billion). Fund sharing between the Central Government and the State Government and Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) is 75%:25% (90% : 10% for North Eastern and special category states).  The campaign has been described as "beyond politics" and "inspired by patriotism".
     
       Nearly 100 million people in India lack access to safe drinking water and over 700 million continue to defecate in the open. Over 600,000 children under 5 years lose their lives to water and sanitation related diseases like diarrhoea and pneumonia every year. Though we are making efforts in this direction since Gandhi Ji’s call for clean India. There are organizations like Sulabh International with a purpose to provide clean and hygienic defecation place, to innumerable other NGOs, central and state government departments of public health, child care etc. who are working to make the country a better living place. Big campaigns like Narmada Bachaao, Clean Ganga, Clean Yamuna are few other efforts which can be witnessed in this direction. Previous governments have also made attempts in these directions by allocating huge budgets to total sanitation drives, but we still are standing far behind the goal because of the challenges of controlling the usage of hazardous materials and their waste deposition in open and rivers.
     
       With Prime Minister’s appeal to the nation for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, there has been an overzealous positive sentiment in organizations and individuals both. Many organizations have routed their CSR budgets in this direction. However, if the campaign is to go beyond symbolism and actually achieve the goal of making India open defecation free by 2019, it needs a multi-pronged strategy encompassing sustained involvement of multiple stakeholders, focusing on changing behavior, going beyond toilet construction and fund allocation.          
                It is an inclusive responsibility of not only the politicians and government officials, but each and every citizen of India. A lot has to be done to achieve this national goal. The present conference is an attempt to give a platform to these NGOs, Central and State Government Departments, Education Institutes, Public and Private Organizations, and various agencies to share their ideas of clean India with respect to Administrative perspectives they are adopting, challenges and issues faced and future roadmap for the success of the campaign.


SUB THEME:

*Human Resource Initiatives & Clean India campaign

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Environmental challenges, Issues, monitoring & controlling process

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Sanitation Issues, Legal Issues & waste management

*Strategies to market the concept of Swachh Bharat

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Grey Area, Policies and Practices,  Social Marketing, Social Awareness and Sensitization
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Role of NGOs ,  Social Volunteers, Public & Private organizations &  Especially Consituted Agencies.


*Startegic Initiatives by Government departments, PSUs, Private organizations etc

*Clean India campaign & Social Media,

*Clean Economy and sustainable development


Guidelines for abstract/paper submission:


 Participants are requested to submit papers/abstract for oral or poster presentations. Abstract 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 2000-4000 words. The research paper should be preceded by an abstract, Maps, tables and charts should be in black and white only.
       
  They should be serially numbered, sequentially, following references to them in the text. The general format of the research paper should consist of : (i) Title (ii) Author(s) name and affiliation with email ID(s) (iii) Abstract with 4-8 keywords (iv) Introduction (v) Objectives (vi) Study area (vii) Data base and methodology (viii) Text-interpretation-analysis (ix) Conclusion (x) References (xi) Full corresponding address of author(s) with contact no.(s) and email ID(s).


 Note:
1.  The delegates will  be paid   TA/DA for participating in the Seminar as per ICSSR & UP Govt. Norms.
2.  Time allotted for each paper presentation – 10 minutes.

3.  The contents of invitation letter are available on the College website  www.gdcbindki.org
4. The manuscript should be accompanied by a declaration letter that the paper is original and has not
     been submitted elsewhere for publication.  


The abstract along with full length paper must be submitted to Organising Committee either in C.D. or through e-mail on or before 15th Dec 2016 to - E-mail : arvinddbsk@gmail.com


Kindly circulate the information among friends and colleagues for wide publicity.


Post Conference Publication:
       
  Selected papers presented in the seminar will be published in Special Volume-1 & 2, an edited book entitled “SWACHH BHARAT CAMPAIGN 2014: Administrative Perspectives  Issues and Challenges” with ISBN.


Accommodation:
 
       The delegates, who want to stay are requested to intimate the Organizing Secretary by 30 th Dec, 2015 so that comfortable arrangements for boarding and lodging can be made.

Important Dates:
Last  date  for  submitting  of  abstract and  full  papers: 15 /12/2015
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REGISTRATION  FEE:
           Registration Fee will be paid in cash or by a Demand draft/Multi City Cheque  in  favour of  "Principal, Govt. Girls P.G. College Bindki, Fatehpur" payable at Bindki should be sent on or before 25th Dec 2015.

 Catanegory Registration
(on or before Dec 25th 2015) Registration on spot
 Academicians ₹500/-₹ 600/-
 Research Scholars ₹ 300/- ₹ 400/-

We look forward to welcome you at the Seminar.
 
  With warm regards,
Mr. ARVIND KUMAR SHUKLA
(M) 9026809646, 9236807279
Email: arvinddbsk@gmail.com
Organizing Secretary,
Postal Address:
DEPARTMENT  OF  POLITICAL  SCIENCE
GOVERNMENT  GIRLS  P.G. COLLEGE
BINDKI,  FATEHPUR -212635 (U.P.)
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