Past Events

2013

Day- 1 Room 1

 

29th March, 2013, Room-1, Session-1: 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Dr. Paramamitra Shastri Memorial Session      

Welcome                   : Dr Ramanath Pandey, Conference Coordinator & Secretary,  Dr PSECT
Mangalacharan : By Students, Satyavati College
Lighting the Lamp    
Blessings : Mata Ji, Shrimati Shushila Pandey,  Patron of DRPSECT
Blessing : Dr Biswnath Chaudhari, Former Teacher, Netarhat Vidyalaya,
Keynote Address :

Shri  Kishor  Mishra on “Relevance of Teaching of Dr. Paramamitra  Shastriji   in
Contemporary Management.

Memorial Speeches:            :

Alumni of Netarhat Vidyalaya, Netarhat Old Boys Association (NOBA) Members   

 

29th March, 2013, Room-1, Session –2: 11:20 a.m-1:00 p.m.

Opening Ceremony    
  

Welcome                   10 Min. Dr Ramanath Pandey, Conference Coordinator & Secretary,  Dr PSECT
Guest of Honour 30 Min. Prof. P B Sharma, VC, Delhi Technological University(DCE),Delhi, India
Keynote Address      30 Min.

Prof Ramanath Sharma, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI,.USA

Prof. K C. Upadhyaya, Director, Biotechnology, Amity University

 Greater Noida, Former, VC, the M. S. University of Baroda

Presidential Address 20 Min. Professor Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi

 

29th March-2013, Room-1, Session-3: 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Plenary Session-1: Ancient Indian Wisdom and Modern Life Sciences

Session Chairs:   Prof K. C. Upaddhyay, Director, Biotechnology, Amity University, Noida, Former V C, M. S. University

Prof. S C Goswami, Former Prof., Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi, India.

    

1.               

Prof M. M. Bajaj, Chancellor, International Kamadhenu Ahimsa University(IKAU), Vikaspuri, New Delhi,    
Concept of Ahimsa from Vedic Era to Present Day: Destruction of the Universe by the BIS Processes

2. Denis Kleschev, Russia-    Vedic Wisdom& Structural Harmony of Systems
3.

Dr. Dipak Anand & Dr. John J. Kineman, University of Colorado, USA, Coop. Inst. For Res. in the Environmental Sciences,    Colorado       

Recoding Science to Unify Eastern and Western Worldviews

4.

Dr. P N Vinaya, School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India           

An Exploration for the Elements of Cell Biology in Ancient Indian Literature
5.

Dr. JSRA Prasad, Dept. of Sanskrit Studies, School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad, India.      

Botanical Science in Sanskrit Literature–Exploring its Contemporary Relevance

 

29th March-2013, Room-1, Session-4: 4:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Plenary Session 3: Ancient Indian Ayurveda and Modern Science

Session Chairs: Dr. Deepak Anand, Professor at the Maharishi University of Management in Iowa, USA Dr Jsra Prasad,

Dept. of Sanskrit Studies,

School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad, India,

    

1.               

Dr. Goverdhanam Vani, Dept. of Sanskrit Studies, University of Hyderabad-

Concepts of Ahara and Vihara in Madhumeha from Ancient Science- Ayurveda WSR to Diabetes Mellitus Type-II
2.

Monica K Rathore, Research Scholar, JNU, New Delhi (India)          

 Salient Features of Health and Disease in Āyurveda and Taoism
3.

Dr V M Rajasekaran, Bharthiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 

Kaya  Kalpa Yoga and Simplified Physical Exercise Program for the Management of Type-II Diabetes      Mellitus: A Pilot Study

4.

Dr. Dhananjay Vasudeo Dwivedi, Department of Sanskrit, Ranchi College, Ranchi, India Medico-cultural importance of khadira (acacia catechu) as depicted in Indian tradition

5.

Mukesh Maru, A. B. Road, Rajgarh, M P, India

In Hindi (Importance of River Ganga-Present polluted condition and suggestions)

 

Day- 1 Room 2

 

29th March-2013, Room-2, Session-1: 2:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m.

 Plenary Session 2: Relevance of Ancient Sanskrit for the Modern World

Session Chair: Prof Dipti S Tripath, Director, National Manuscripts Mission, New Delhi

    

1.               

Dr.Niranjan Purohit, Dept. of Sanskrit SKB University, Purulia (WB)-            

The Place of Vedanta Samjna Prakaranam – An Unpublished Work in Monistic Vedanta       

2.

Shashi Tiwari, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi & General Secretary,   

Gratitude and Devotion in the Vedic Tradition

3.

Dr Anju Seth, Satyawati College, University of Delhi

In Hindi (A comparative analysis of Sanskrit and Telugu languages)

4.

Daryoosh Akbarzadeh, Visiting Researcher: IIC (ICCR), ICHTO (IRAN)-

Again on Indian Tales and Relations between Iran and India (Sanskrit texts, Sasanian and Post-Sasanian)

5.

Sudip Chakravarty, Sidho-Kanho-Birsa University,  Purulia, West Bengal

Mricchakatikam : Its present relevance

6.

Dr Ajay Mishra, Rashtriya Sanskrit Samsthan, New Delhi,

Globalization, Culture and Sanskrit

 

29th March-2013, Room-2, Session-2: 4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Paper Reading Session 1: Sanskrit Literature

Session Chair: Prof Ramashish Pandey, Former Professor, Ranchi University, Bihar, India Prof. S. K. Shukla, Associate Prof., Jawaharlal Nehru

University (JNU), Delhi

    

1.               

Sarita Singh, JNU, New Delhi

In Hindi (Characteristic of meaning formed by Simile in the Sunder-kanda of Valmiki-Ramayana)        

2.

Harish Chandra  Kukreti,  JNU, New Delhi         

In Sanskrit  (The Relevance of Sanskrit in the Modern Time)
3.

Dr. Hari Prasad Dixit, Hamidiya Government Arts and Commerce College, Bhopal, India -

In Hindi  (The Relevance of Vedas in the Modern Age)
4.

Dr T P Mahendra, Rashtriya Sanskrit Samsthan, New  Delhi,

In Sanskrit (The Relevance of the Elements of Mahabharata through Political and Social method in the Modern Time) 
5.

Dr. Harsha  Kumari, Shri Venkateshwar College, University of Delhi-

In Hindi (The Role of Women in the context of building a Nation in the Kautilya’s Arthasastra)
6.

Arjit Gupta, BHU, Varanasi -          

In Sanskrit (The Influence of Indian Philosophy in the Drama, Prabodha-Candrodaya, of Shri Krishnamitra)
7.

Ashok Kumar, JNU, Delhi
In Hindi (An analysis of prayojana(objective) in the investigation of Vedas  of kalpa-vedanga- a ceremonial limb of Vedas)

8.

Apurba  Saha, Assistant Professor, Department of English, S K B University, Purulia (WB)

Swami Vivekananda’s Religion – The Manifestation of Divinity in Man

 

Day 2 Room 1

30th March-2013, Day 2-Room-1, Session-1: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Paper Reading Session-2: Asian Studies: Culture, Literature, Arts and History 

Session Chair: Prof. Bela Bhattacharya, University Professor of Pali, Kolkata University, India  

1.

Jyotish S Nath, Professor and Dean in Sanskrit, Tripura University, Tripura

The Rigvedic tradition of religious attitudes towards the Pretty Mundane Occupations
2.

Dr.Jagadish Patigiri,Deptt. of Philosophy, Cotton College,, Guwahati-781001,Assam
Relevance of Bhupen Hazarika’s Musical Philosophy in Modern world

3.

Narayan Dutt Mishra, JNU, Delhi,
In Sanskrit(Relevance of Cultural elements of Vikramorvasiya-Drama of Kalidasa )

4.

Shahnaz Begum, Purnidevi Chowdhury Girls', College, Bolpur, Birbhum, West Bengal
Ancient India interpreting Modern Global Maladies: A Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s “Interpreter of Maladies”

5.

Dr. Rajneesh   Shukla, RSS, Delhi-
In Hindi (Prakrit Manuscripts- an Analysis)

6.

Dr Archana Rani  Dube, Post Doctoral Fellow, Special Sanskrit Study Centre, JNU, New Delhi 
In Hindi (Role of Jaina Philosophers in Tradition of Language-Contemplations)

7.        

Dr.Sushmita Bhowmik, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Budge Budge College, Kolkata-137

Regeneration of the Ancient Indian Values in the Modern World
8.

Prakash Gogikar, Kakatiya University - Warangal - A.P.  I

Indian Ancient Smruthis - Manusmruthi - Modern World          

 

30th March-2013, Day 2, Room-1, Session-2: 2:00 p.m.4:00p.m.

Plenary Session-4: Ancient Indian Wisdom, Modern Education, Environment and Management-I

Session Chair: Dr S. C. Goswami, Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi, Delhi    

1.

Dr.Kamna Vimal Sharma, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi, India   

Environment Management in Ancient India

2.

Yogesh Chandra Pargai, Research scholar, BHU. Varanasi

In Sanskrit (Relevance of Kalidasa’s Literature in the context of Environment)
3.

Pooja Gautam, Research Scholar, DayalBagh Training Institute, Agara, India

In Hindi (Ancient Indian Knowledge–the first step of success in the Modern World)

4.

Mrs. Divyashree Venkatesh, Bangalore, India

Ancient Wisdom & Modern Science: The Un-Epochal Relevance of Vedic Astrology
5.

Mr.Priyanku Chakraborty, Dept. of Sanskrit, Tripura University, India
Ancient Indian Education with Special Reference to Manu

 

30th March-2013, Day-2, Room-1, Session-3: 4:15 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

.Paper Reading Session 3:  Ethics, Religion, Science and Philosophy

Chair- Prof Jyotishnath, Professor and Dean, Tripura University, Tripura

      

1.

Dr. (Mrs) Gayatri Sarma, Handique Girls’ College, Guwahati University, Guwahati, India 

A Study of Kautilya’s Arthasastra–An Administrative Manual with Special reference to a welfare state.
2.

Barnali Deka, Research Scholar, Department of Sanskrit, Gauhati University, Assam, India        
Concept of God in the Rigvedic  Religion  - A brief study

3.

Dr.Pravin Prayalankar, Director, Indira Gandhi National Open University, (IGNOU), Siliguri, WB, India

Does Bhagavadgita Provoke of War?
4.

Sulagna Pal, Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi, India,   

 Knowing the Body: Seeing it Through “Their” Eyes
5.

Priyanka Saha, Research Scholar, Tripura University 

A reappraisal of Rama’s  sojourn in Sarabhanga hermitage.
6.

Dr. Chandan Kumar Chakraborty, Dept. of Sanskrit, Tripura University, India         

The Curious Weapon Associated with Kāla in the Light of the Indian Epics
7.        

Ms. Simerjit Kaur, Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, India         

Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis
8.

Sanjeeb Kumar Sarma, Astt. Prof. Deptt. of English, Dispur College, Guwahati-6

Indian Philosophy and the English Romantics : A Study in Influence

 

 

Day 2 Room 2

30th March, 2013, Day-2, Room-2, Session –1: 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

NB: This session has 2 parts

(PART-1)

Plenary Session 5: Buddhism and the Modern World:

Session Chair: Prof. Jyotish Nath, University of Tripura, Agartalla

1.

Dr.ChVenkata Siva Sai, School of Buddhist Studies & Civilization, Gautama Buddha University Greater Noida,           

Buddhism in 21st Century with special Reference to Peace

2.

Dr.Bela Bhattacharya, University Professor of Pali, University of Calcutta, India

Social Relevance and Ethics of Buddhism

3.

Dr.Rajendra Prasad Shakya, Government Hamidia College, Bhopal, India,

The Buddha’s Teaching: Contribution to Modern World

(PART-2)

Plenary Session-6: Ancient Indian Wisdom and Modern Physical Science and Technology

Session Chair: Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam, Associate Professor of physics in Physics Department of K.M. Centre for Post-Graduate,
Studies in Pondicherry, India, 

1.

Abhineet Kumar Srivastava, BHU, Varanasi -    

The Theory on Cosmology as Elaborated in the Vedic Sun god

2.

Brihaspati Bhattacharya, BHU, Varanasi

The Technical Aspects of Vimāna in Sanskrit Literature
3.

Uttara Nerurkar (B. Tech., IIT-Kanpur), Bangalore

Relevance of Ancient Indian Science, Technology and Philosophy in the Modern World
4.

Kakali Ghosal -Assistant Professor, Budge College, 7 DBC Road, Kolkata-700137

The fascinating universe─ some meta-implications

 

30th March, Day-2, Room-2, Session-2: 11:45 a.m. -1:15 p.m.

Paper Reading 4: Asian Studies: Culture, Literature, Arts and His

Session Chairs : Prof. Baidyanath  Labh, Professor Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Jammu, India
Prof. S C Goswami, Former Professor Dayal Singh college, University of Delhi

 

1.

Swagata Das, Architecture, Vadodara-

An Appraisal of Revival of Nalanda University         

2.

Babita Sharma, Dayalbagh, Sikshana Samsthan, Agara, India,

In Hindi (The Modern Science is the Boon of Indian Seers)

3.

Dr.Niraja Sharma, Department of Buddhist Studies University of Delhi, India          

Globalization and Buddhism with Special Reference to the Role of Yout

4.

Dr. Anant, Dept. of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, India          

Relevance of Shingon (Mantrayāna) in Modern World with Special Reference to Japan
5.

Niraj Yadav, Dept of Buddhist studies, University of Delhi, Delhi       

In Hindi (Importance of Vipassana (Insight Meditation) in the Modern Age
6.

Miss Bharti, Assistant Professor, Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi

An Impact of Vipassana (Insight Meditation) in Modern Society

 

30th March, Day-2, Room-2, Session 3: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Keynote Address: 2:00-2:20 p.m.

Session Chair:, C S R Prabhu, Hyderabad

Dr. S. Ramaratnam, Vice Chancellor, Jagadguru Kripalu University, Cuttack , Orissa, India.

Role of Human Values for Transforming the Society

Plenary Session 7: Ancient Indian Wisdom, Modern Education, Environment and Management-II

Session Chairs: Dr. S. Ramaratnam, Vice Chancellor, Jagadguru Kripalu University, Cuttack , Orissa
Prof Manindra Thakur, Centre for Political Studies JNU, Delhi

 

1.

C.S.R. Prabhu, Hyderabad e-Bharath 2020: 

A Vision of future e-Governance
2.

Dr. A. V. Rajagopalan, Professor, T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal   

Enhancing Productivity at Workplace – A Prescription from Vedic Texts
3.

Prof  RamashisPandey, former Professor, Ranchi University, Ranchi

In Sanskrit (Educational Environment in Manusmriti-an Analysis)
4.

Dr S. Letchoumanane, World Community Service Centre,  Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

& Dr Vijay K. Gupta, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA Applications of the Ancient Indian Sciences of Vrikshayaurveda and Yoga

on Okra (Abelmoschusesculentus   L)Yield

 

30th March, Day-2, Room-2, Session-4: 4:15 p.m. -6:00 p.m.

Paper reading Session-5: Ancient Wisdom and Management, Governance, Administration

Session Chair: Dr. A. V. Rajagopalan, Professor, T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal
Dr S. C. Goswami, Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi, Delhi
      

 

1.

Dr.Debika Saha, Department of Philosophy. University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. West Bengal.        

Toward a Sustainable Future: The Vedic Wisdom and its relevance in the 21st Centur

2.

Malavi N, University of Madras, Chennai

In Sanskrit (Ideal Womanness of Sita admissible by Modern Woman

3.

S. Thanigaivelan, Department of Philosophy Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamilnadu, India   

The Philosophy of Humanis

4.

Reena Devi, BHU, Varanasi, India

In Hindi  (The Special Nature of Godess Chandi and Chandi-sataka (A text of hundred verses of Godess Chandi))

5.

Dr. Chitralekha Mehera, Department of Education, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India

Modern Mathematics in the light of Ancient Indian Wisdom
6.

Dheeraj Kumar Shringi, Research Scholar, M.G. Girls College, Udaipur

Management from Yogic Philosophy: (Relevance of Yoga in Management

7.        

Chanda kumara, Special Centre of Sanskrit studies, JawaharLal Nehru University, New Delhi

In Hindi (Religious and Civil Law as described in scriptures and its relevance in the Present System)

 

Day- 3 Room 1

31st March 2013, Day 3, Room-1, Session-1: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Paper Reading Session-6: Ancient Indian Wisdom and the Modern World-I

Session Chairs: Prof. Ramashis Pandey, Former Professor, Ranchi University, Jharkhand, India
Dr. Bhartendu Pandey: Associate Professor, University of Delhi, Delhi
   

 

1.

Dr. Santosh Kumar Pandey, Ranchi College, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

In Sanskrit  (Water elements in Natural Environments of Rig-samhita (the arranged collection of the hymns of the Rigveda)`  )

2.

Shri Prakash Singh, S.S. Memorial, Ranchi, India

In Hindi ( A Study of Agama (Scriptures on Tantra), the source of the Doctrine of Absolute Power )

3.

Dr Sangeeta Kumari, JNU, Delhi 

In Hindi ( Sanskrit Language and the Present World)

4.

Dr Ajay Jha, Satyavati College, University of Delhi      

In Hindi (Propounded Suggested meaning made Secondary in Sanskrit Poetics)

5.

Dr. Karuna, Daulatram College, University of Delhi, Delhi

In Hindi (Conception of Climatology in Ancient India)

6.

Narayan Dutta Suvedi, Rashtriya Samskrita Vidyapeetha, Tirupati

In Sanskrit(Developed form of prose in Modern Sanskrit )

7.        

Dr. Jay Prakash, RSS, New Delhi, India

In Hindi (The Relevance of Pali-Prakrit Languages in the context of Present age of Globalization)

 

31st March 2013, Day 3, Room-1, Session-2: 11:45 a.m.- 1:15 p.m.

Paper Reading Session-7: Relevance of Philosophy for the Modern World

Session Chairs: Dr. Ramashis Pandey, Former Professor, Ranchi University, Jharkhand, India
Dr. Bhartendu Pandey: Associate Professor, University of Delhi, Delhi

1.

Prachiti Dilip Dabir,  Devarshi, GajananDham, Sahakar Nagar, Nagpur

In Sanskrit( An Analysis of Theory of Sphota (Manifestations) in the view of Modern Theories of Manifestations)

2.

Arjuna. S.R, Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India

In Sanskrit (The Contents of Knower of the Body of self-awareness)

3.

S. Anandateertha Upadhyaya, Lecturer, SMSP Sanskrit College, Udupi, Karnataka, India.

In Sanskrit (The Nature of Means of Cognition in Dualism)

4.

Manjari Vaidya, 914 Dharampeth Town Nagpur, India

Ashtanga Yoga and Indian Classical Music : A Synthetic View
5.

Priyadarshini Mahara, MA Buddhist Studies (final), Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi

The realm of origin of the universe (Nasadiya Sukta and Buddhist Samsara)

6.

Hariom Sharan Mudgal, University of Delhi       

In Hindi (Solutions of the Ethical problems of Modern Age by Upanisads)

 

31st March 2013, Day 3, Room-1, Session-3: 2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m

Paper Reading Session-8: Relevance of Astrology, Astronomy

Session Chair: Prof. Devendra Mishra, Former Professor and Head, Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi, Delhi, India     

 

1.

Krishna Kumar Bhargava, BHU, Varanasi

In Sanskrit (The ‘Science-ness’ of Astrological Eclipse- Science)

2.

Deepak Kumar Sharma, BHU, Varanasi, India

In Sanskrit (Science of Vedic-Mathematics)
3.

Reeta Gupta, JNU, New Delhi, India

In Hindi (Indian Science of Construction and Chinese practice of geomancy )
4.

Madhusudan Mishra, BHU, Varanasi, India

In Sanskrit (Science of Planets, birth star, star sign in the Vedas)

5.

Abhishek Sharma,,  BHU, Varanasi, India

In Sanskrit(The Contributions of Acharya Varaha-Mihira in Astrology)

6.

Gopesh Sharma, BHU, Varanasi India

In Sanskrit(A scientific Analysis of Ancient Instrument of the Measurement of Time)

7.        

Sitesh Sharma, BHU, New Delhi

In Hindi (Discussions about the physical Ball of Energy in Ancient Scriptures)

8.

Shyam Sunder Sharma, University of Delhi, India

Sanskrit Grammar in Computer Science
9.

Vikki Sharma, Research Scholar, BHU, Varanasi

In Hindi (Discussions about the Universe)

 

Day- 3 Room 2

31st March 2013, Day 3, Room-2, Session-1: 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Plenary Session-8: The Ancient Science of Yoga for the Modern Age

Session Chairs: S. Letchoumanane, World Community Service Centre, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Dr. Jsra Prasad, University of Hyderabad
    

 

1.

Afzal Ahmad, Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi, Delhi, India    

In Hindi (Socio-ethical Aspects of Law of Karma and its Relevance in Modern World)
2.

Dr. M.V. Rabindranath, R&D Directorate, WCSC, Chennai, Tamil Nadu      

Modern prescription of ancient wisdom
3.

A. Raj Kumar and Dr. Valliammal, Ph.D. Program, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu              

Study on Upgrading Personalities of the students by enhancing their Aura and Chakras through Vethathiri Maharishi’s Nine-             

Centre Meditation

4.

Jony Ranta, Research Scholar, Dept. of Gandhian and Peace Studies, Punjab University Chandigarh, India  

Non-violence the way to maintain the world peace

5.

Dr Talat Praveen,

Relevance of Abhidhamma Psychology in Daily Life.
6.

Dr. Surabhi Verma, Department of Sanskrit, Punjab University, Chandigarh           

Precognition in Dreams: Introductory Philosophical Hypotheses

 

31 March 2013, 3rd Day, Room-2, Session-2: 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m

Paper Reading Session-9: Cognitive Science

Session Chair: Dr. S. Ramaratnam, Vice Chancellor, Jagadguru Kripalu University, Cuttack ,Orissa, India.

 

1.

Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam, K.M. Centre for  P.G. Studies Laws pet, Pondicherry, India            

A Cognitive Science Correlation of the Meaning of Padartha as Envisaged in Various Indian Philosophical Systems
2.

S.Jayaprakash, Research scholar, Yoga for human excellence, Tamilnadu

Analogy of mind with computer – Vethathiri Philosophy Perspective
3.

Mrs. C. Vijayalakshmi, Research Scholar, WCSC - Aliyar, Tamil Nadu.

Purification of Mind -the survey of the Technique Suggested by Vethathiri Maharishi
4.

Dr. Kasibhatta Satyamurty, Research and Training officer, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Andhra Pradesh

Assimilation of Samkhya Philosophy in Yoga for Human Excellence

 

31st March 2013, Room-2, Session-3: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m

Paper Reading Session-109: Ancient Indian Wisdom - Yoga, Science and Philosophy

Session Chair: Prof. S C Goswami, Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi, Delhi

 

1.

S. Shanthi,     B.S.M.S, PhD Program, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.   

Ancient Indian Wisdom of Kaya Kalpa Yoga for the Modern World
2.

C. Jagadambal, PhD Program, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu , Tamil Nadu

The Yoga in School
3.

S. Motilal Nehru, PhD Program, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu  

Ancient Indian Wisdom for Management – Stress Management

4.

K. Sethuraman, PhD Program, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu    

Science and Philosophy

5.

Sampath Kumar Medavarapu, Ahmedabad, India         

The Heart Seed in the first verse of–Īśvarapratyabhijñā-vimarśinī-vyākhyā is "AHAM"

6.

Anand Verdhen, IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

In Hindi (Management for Eco-friendly Development)

 

31st March 2013, Day 3, Room-2, Valedictory Ceremony: 4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

 

1.

Prof. Devendra Mishra, Former Professor and Head, Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India

2.

Prof. Madan Mohan Bajaj, Former Professor Astro Physics, University of Delhi

3.

Prof. S C Goswami, Associate Prof. Chemistry, Dayal Singh College. University of Delhi

4.

Dr Ramanath Pandey, Managing Director of ISIS 2013, Secretary ISIS and DRPSECT, Vadodara, India