Sahityik Sanskrutik Shodh Sanstha, Mumbai is going to organize International Seminar on the topic “Contribution of the Indian & the Russian cultures at the era of Globalization” on 27, May 2016 in collaboration with “DISHA” Russian-Indian friendship society, Moscow and International Centre for South Asian studies of Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH).
The objectives of the Seminar are:
· The bring the languages and literatures of India and Russia together
· Cultural exchanges between India and Russia
· To covey the knowledge, philosophy, tradition and trends of India to the new generation of Russian students through the Professors of India
· Interaction by Indian Professors with academic counterpart in Russia to gain the knowledge about modern Russian Society.
There are several reasons for holding such event. They are: to involve scientific communities into the process of study Hindi language and literature and to integrate them within this process, to develop ties with leading educational and scientific centres for South Asian studies in Russia, CIS countries and abroad, and to familiarize RSUH students and teachers with the national Indian rules and traditions.
The event is actively supported by the Jawaharlal Nehru Indian Cultural Centre (JNCC), Embassy of India in Russian Federation.
The Seminar is to be inaugurated at 11:00 on May 27, 2016 at the Conference hall #228, 7 block.
Inaugural speeches of Mr. Ashsh Sharma, Director of JNCC, Dr. Rameshwar Singh, the founder and President of the Russian-India Friendship society “DISHA” and prof. Sergey Serebryaniy, Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies of RSUH are the important part of its inauguration Program.
About thirty Hindi teachers, students of Moscow educational institutions, indologists and Indian colleagues from Embassy of India in Moscow are to take part in this International Seminar: Prof. Boris Zakharyin, Prof. Evgeniya Vanina, Dr. Liudmila Khokhlova, Dr. Guzel Strelkova, Dr. Ekaterina Panina, Dr. Anastasiya Guriya, Ms. Svetlana Mikoyan, Ms. Irina Maximenko, Ms. Ekaterina Komissaruk, Ms. Maria Alexandrova, Dr. Safarmo Tolibi, Dr. Barno Avezova, Mr. Anil Janvijay, Prof. Vladimir Liperovsky, Ms. Olesya Maltseva, Mr. Yury Korchagov, Dr.Anton Kogan, Ms.Indira Gazieva, Ms.Sonia Arti, editor of Vishwa Darpan, Ms. Ekaterina Semenova (Second Department Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation), Mr. Ilya Ostapenko (Voronezh city), Dr. Debasmita Moulick (UBS reporter), Dr. Margarita Tarverdova (Progress Publishing house); Dr. Mitali Sarkar, Dr. Meenu Sharma.
Republic of India is represented by famous Hindi scholars:
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Singh, Secretary of the Institute of Literature and Cultural Studies, Head of the Hindi Department, Sathaye University, Mumbai; Dr. Vinay Kumar, Head of the Hindi department Gaya College, Gaya, Bihar; Dr. Anil Singh, Head of the Hindi department, Am.Bi. College, Shahapur, Thane district, Mumbai;
Dr. Ajay Bhai Patel, Shyamlaji College Principal, Gujarat; Mr. Shridilip Kumar KalajibhaiKatara, Shyamlaji, Secretary of Pradesh Kelovali Council; Dr. Nareshbhai Ramjibhai Patel, Arthas Baivali College Principal, Gujarat;
Dr. Rinu, Associate Professor, Hindi Department of Gaya College, Gaya, Bihar; Dr. Arjun Chavhan, Professor of Hindi Department, Kolahpur University, Kolahpur; Dr. Vijay Sandesh, Associate professor of Hindi Department Markham College, Hazaribagh; Shree Pradeep Saurab Rachnakar, Upnyaskar; Prof. Govinda Murarka, Head of the Hindi Department, Chetna College, Mumbai; Dr. Prabha Dixit, Principal Kanya Degree College, Bharua; Dr. Ramkishor Sharma, former Head of the Hindi Department, Allahabad University, Allahabad; Dr. Surendra Yadav, Hindi Department, Katihar; Dr. J.B. Pandey, Head of the Hindi Department, University of Ranchi, Ranchi; Dr. Gita Sahaye Hindi department Gaya college, Gaya; Dr. Shila Sharma Head of Department Hindi Government College Bhilai m.p; Shree Satish kanojiya Acedmic pramuk SSRI Mumbai; Prof. Pushpa Rani, Hindi Department, Kurukshetra University, Haryana; Shree Kelash Nath Pandey Former Officer SBI Allahabad; Prof. Satyanarayana Rao, Head of the Hindi department, Kurnool College, Karnul, Andhra Pradesh; Dr. Savita Singh Head of Hindi Department Ramkrishna more college Aakurdi Pune.
During the seminar, Professor Pradeep Kumar Singh will present the "The contribution of Russia, India and Uzbekistan in culture, literature at the era of Globalization"’s magazine.
This International Seminar will be a logical continuation of bilateral constructive dialogue between Russia and India in the field of linguistics, theory and practice of translation, philology, philosophy and culture. During the meeting, the Russian and Indian teachers will exchange views on methods of teaching Hindi language.
We hope that holding of such International Seminars between Indian and Russian universities will become a tradition.
The Opening Session will be held on the 27, May 2016 at 10.30 am at the address: 15, Chayanova street, Conference hall #228, 7 block.