InSIS 2013 Day 1

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
Session-1

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

 

Session-2

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

 

Session-3

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 ?yurveda 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)

Session-4

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

Session-1

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

Session-2