Report on Conference
Inter disciplinary conference on” Post Relevance of social movements after independence
The inaugural session began with the keynote speaker Mr.Mukul Kanetkar’s address who is a renowned educationist in India. This session was presided over by Maj.Gen.Achyut Deo, President , C. P.& Berar Education Society, Nagpur. Shri Anil Mahajan, Secretary , C.P. & Berar Education Society, Nagpur also expressed his views on this occasion. Principal of the college Dr. Milind Barhate spoke and put up all the academic activities and facilities available at college for all-round development of students.He illustrated the extensive developmental facilities provided to the students on this occasion. Dr Aravind Joshi, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Sociology in his introductory remarks elobrated on the utility and relevance of the post independence social movements in India.
First technical sessions was chaired by Dr. Ashok Modak and he expressed his views on relevance of social movements. He cited plenty of examples from the different stages of history. In this session Dr. Mohan Kashikar also spoke about the different parameters to review every social movements.
Second technical session was given particularly to dis cussion on regional social movements. Dr. Aravind Joshi chaired this session.
Dr. Gopichand Nimbarte, Faculty of department of Humanity & social science VNIT, Nagpur ,in this session, highlighted the utility and basic contents spread in 3 social movements for National integration and patriotism.
Third Technical session took place under the chairmanship of Dr. Ashru Jadhav, Principal, Arts, Commerce College, Darvha,(Affiliated to Amravati University ) Many delegates and research scholars presented their papers in this technical session.
In this one day ICSSR Sponsered National Conference on social movements total 3 technical sessions were conducted. Dr. Surendra pawar and Dr. Bharti Korekar particularly mentioned the scope and structure of various movements in India.
Lastly validictory function was presided by Dr. Milind Barhate, Principal of the college. Dr Aravind Joshi Summarised about the conference and the conference concluded with vote of thanks.