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27 April 2017

Centre for the Study of Discrimination & Exclusion
School of Social Sciences

Invites you to a talk on

Making of an Identity: Meghwals of Rajasthan

Dr. Rajshree Dhali
(Dept. History, University of Delhi)

27th April, 2017
Room no.402, CSDE, SSS-I
03:00 pm

28 April 2017

Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY

Tel: 91-11- 26704600, 26704560; Fax: 011-26741966

Workshop on

Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry : Principles and Applications

on 28th April, 2017

In order to provide the highest level of services to scientific community, series of workshop / training programs on different sophisticated instruments in biological / chemical/ physical sciences are organized by AIRF throughout the year.

In this series, the next workshop will be on "Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry: Principles and Applications" to be held on 28th April, 2017. The workshop shall have lectures and practical sessions by application specialists.

Applications are invited from registered research students / scholars from an Academic Institution. Class size shall be limited to 20 participants. The workshop is open to all research students and scholars. Depending upon availability not more than one research student / scholar from each lab will be allowed. Decision of the screening committee shall be final and only selected candidates will be allowed to participate the workshop. Application forms are available at AIRF reception.

PRE – REGISTRATION
The training is free and open to all registered research Students and Scholars. Application has to be sent to Director's Office on or before 20th April, 2017. The selected/shortlisted candidate's will be informed by email. No TA / DA will be paid.


NORTH EAST INDIA STUDIES PROGRAMME
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

"Role of Civil Society and Philanthropy in India's northeast"

Abstract : In an era where 'individualism' dominates world politics, cultures and social contexts, what role could 'fraternity' possibly play in reinstating good governance particularly in zones that are soaked in simmering conflicts or get withered under armed violence? India's North eastern region has been the epicenter of devastating political and social turmoil over decades. In response it has thrown up some spectacular movements for political negotiations; yet, social infrastructure and entitlements as markers of good governance remain remotest outcomes. A watchful and active civil society, armed with eyes for non- partisan scrutiny, could play a critical role in bringing better governance at the doorstep of conflicting communities. This it can do when it is not further polarizing but actually connecting the ethnic identities by seeding the spirit of citizenship among ordinary men and women. Constructive work by an inclusive civil society resurrects the position that social entitlements from state unfold best when citizen's agency collaborates within the framework of inclusivity and autonomy to create good governance outcomes. How efficient sites of health, education and livelihoods led by grassroots, community and youth leaders generate peace as a by-product needs to be recognized, appreciated and then invested into by a philanthropy that is both strategic and professional in its approach.

Dr Monica Banerjee
Director, National Foundation for India
India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

CHAIR BY
Prof. Gopal Guru, Centre for Political Studies, JNU

Date &Time : April 28th, Friday, 2017 (3:00 to 5:00 p.m.)
Venue : Room no.324, SSS-I, JNU


NSS, JNU

is organising a public talk on

"Anti Drugs and Addiction Awareness"

by
Dr. Gaurav Bhatia

on 28th April 2017, 4:00 PM
at SLL&CS-1, Committee Room no. 212.

All are cordially invited.

17 April - 2 May 2017

Centre of Arabic and African Studies
School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies

is organizing a workshop on

"Nastaliq Art Form Calligraphy"

from 17th of April 2017 – 2nd of May 2017.

The classes will be held from Monday to Friday at 4:00 – 6:00 PM in Room No. 132 in the School of Languages New Building.

Interested persons may apply to the email given below or submit their application to:

Dr. Khurshid Imam
108/ CAAS/ SLL&CS/ JNU
New Delhi 110067
Email: khurshid@mail.jnu.ac.in
Contact: 011-26704256
(M): 9810786638

4-5 May 2017

Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY

Tel: 91-11- 26704600, 26704560; Fax: 011-26741966
E mail: directorairf@mail.jnu.ac.in

Workshop on

Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy Based Lithography

to be held on 4th – 5th May, 2017

organized jointly by AIRF & TESCAN Orsay Holding, A. S.

In order to provide the highest level of services to scientific community a series of workshop / training program on different sophisticated instruments in biological / chemical/ physical sciences are organized by AIRF throughout the year.

In this series, the next workshop will be on "Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy, Based Lithography" to be held on 4th – 5th May, 2017. The workshop shall have lectures and practical sessions by application specialists. Emaphasis will be given on FIB and e-beam lithography.

Applications are invited from registered research students / scholars from an Academic Institution. Class size shall be limited to 20 participants. The workshop is open to all research students and scholars. Depending upon availability not more than one research student / scholar from each lab will be allowed. Decision of the screening committee shall be final and only selected candidates will be allowed to participate the workshop. Application forms are available at AIRF reception.

PRE – REGISTRATION
The training is free and open to all registered research Students and Scholars. Application has to be sent to Director's Office on or before 25th April, 2017. The selected/shortlisted candidate's will be informed by email. No TA / DA will be paid.

 
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