Sunday, December 4, 2022

National seminar on State , Democracy and Governance: Landscaping National and International Politics

news_4163533The Association of Political Scientists Kerala is holding a national seminar on State , Democracy and Governance: Landscaping National and International Politics at Seminar Hall, Government College, Kottayam. Political Scientists and scholars from other disciplines from all over India will participate in the conference. Kerala State Higher Education Council Vice Chairman T.P Sreenivasan will inaugurate the conference and noted phsephologist and Jain University Pro-vice chancellor Prof. Sandeep Sastri will deliver the keynote address. Besides, panel discussions and special talks on key issues, more than hundred research papers will be presented in the conference. About three hundred delegates from various disciplines will participate in the conference. The seminar is envisioned as a platform for serious academic discourse in Political Science and an occasion for building a fraternity of political scientist in kerala .
The Association of Political Scientists-Kerala was formed in 2011. The Association functions as a platform to engage in serious academic discourse in local , national and international political developments. It aims at the academic enrichment of Political Science and allied disciplines. The Association is affiliated to a number of national and international political science
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