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The ADRI requests academic input for the VALEDICTORY SESSION on the last day of the conference.  During this valedictory session Lord Megnath Desai has kindly consented to evaluate existing research on Bihar and Jharkhand.  Apart from this,  we aim at setting an agenda for future research on Bihar and Jharkhand.

For this purpose, we request all of you to send your valuable input to: valedictory@adriindia.org

Asian Development Research Institute (ADRI), an ICSSR-recognised institute, is celebrating its 25 years in 2016. As part of the year-long celebrations, a series of seminars and conferences have been planned.

The organisation has produced some of the high quality research in the field of development economics and political economy since its inception in 1991, particularly in the context of Bihar. Some of the luminaries in the field of economics and social sciences, including Professor Amartya Sen, Professor Joseph Stiglitz, Professor Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Professor Barbara Harris-White, Professor Prabhat Patnaik, Professor Francine R Frankel, have delivered the institutes Foundation Day Lecture in the past.

We invite scholars to present a paper in the International Conference on Development: Experience and Theories. Abstract and your brief CV (1-page) can be e-mailed to: conference@adriindia.org by August 31, 2015. Please write Abstract/Conference-1 in the subject line and send your file as an attachment in the MS-Word (1997/2003) format. Please use Times New Roman in 12 point size, with 1.5 spacing while typing. We discourage hard copy submissions.

Upon selection, you would be required to send the complete paper by November 30, 2015.

Sub-themes of the conference are as follows: Development Experience in India and Worldwide; Theories of Development; Development Theories beyond Economics; Gender and Development; International Institutions and Development; Role of State, Market and Civil Society in Development

We will publish all the selected papers.

We will be happy to sponsor participants travel and local hospitality for attending the conference.

Asian Development Research Institute (ADRI), an ICSSR-recognised institute, is celebrating its 25 years in 2016. As part of the year-long celebrations, a series of seminars and conferences have been planned.

The organisation has produced some of the high quality research in the field of development economics and political economy since its inception in 1991, particularly in the context of Bihar. Some of the luminaries in the field of economics and social sciences, including Professor Amartya Sen, Professor Joseph Stiglitz, Professor Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Professor Barbara Harris-White, Professor Prabhat Patnaik, Professor Francine R Frankel, have delivered the institutes Foundation Day Lecture in the past.

We invite scholars to present a paper in the International Conference on Social Statistics in India. Abstract and your brief CV (1-page) can be e-mailed to: conference@adriindia.org by November 30, 2015. Please write Abstract/Conference-2 in the subject line and send your file as an attachment in the MS-Word (1997/2003) format. Please use Times New Roman in 12 point size, with 1.5 spacing while typing. We discourage hard copy submissions.

Upon selection, you would be required to send the complete paper by April 30, 2016.

Sub-themes of the conference are as follows: Conceptual Base of Social Statistics; Institutional Base of Statistical System in India; Issues in Professional Competence; New Benchmarking in Social Statistics in India

We will publish all the selected papers.

We will be happy to sponsor participants travel and local hospitality for attending the conference.

 Asian Development Research Institute (ADRI), an ICSSR-recognized institute, invites scholars to present a research paper at the International Conference on Bihar and Jharkhand: Shared History to Shared Vision.

A 200-word abstract and your brief CV (maximum 1-page) can be e-mailed to: conference@adriindia.org by August 31, 2016.

Please write Abstract/Conference-3 in the subject line of your email and send your files as attachment. We will inform you of the outcome by September 30. We shall not be in a position to reply to your queries in case your abstract is not selected.

Themes: 1. Bihar and Jharkhand: What Transcends Political Separation; 2. Impact of Colonialism on Bihar and Jharkhand; 3. Ecology, Environment and Natural Disasters; 4. Challenge of Governance: Growth, Development and Social Justice; 5. Tribal Scenario: Status Quo and New Directions; 6. Protest, Resistance and Extremism; 7. Mobility in the Region over Time; 8. Heroes and Unsung Heroes; 9. Hindi Heartland: The Cultural Construct.

We will publish the selected papers and would be happy to sponsor participants travel and local hospitality for attending the conference.

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