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TWO DAYS INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON “RESEARCH IN HUMANITIES”: FINDINGS AND CHALLENGES: 12TH & 13TH OF OCTOBER 2021 - DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND LANGUAGES IN COLLABORATION WITH RESEARCH AND IP CELL

The Department of Humanities and Languages in collaboration with Research and IP Cell organized an International Conference on 12th and 13th of October 2021. The title of the conference was “TWO DAYS INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON “RESEARCH IN HUMANITIES”: FINDINGS AND CHALLENGES. There were different sub- themes under the main theme of the conference. The Conference was conducted through online mode (Google Meet) wherein we had almost 200 participants across. We had one keynote speaker, 2 Panelists and 5 moderators for the Conference.

Through this conference we have tried to bridge the gap between the questions regarding the research and certain methodologies of the same. There were few objectives which were framed for this International Conference and they are as follows: aimed to bring intellectuals together, to discuss and learn, to bring latest development in the field of research and to instigate further testing and investigations through research works to build research culture in the society. It aimed in building multidisciplinary networks to promote humanities and social sciences at a global level.

The session began with Rev. Dr. Roy P K, our principal’s presidential address. It was followed by key note speaker’s address, Prof. Sameem MAM - Lecturer in English, South Eastern University, Sri Lanka. He enlightened us by defining research ethics, purpose of ethics and the history of research, starting from Nuremberg code to the latest development and evolution of ethics in the field of research.

The first session with Dr Vibhuti Patel was enriching. The panellist presented important objectives of Women Studies. Concepts of women studies, gender analysis, gender bias in analysis were explained in detail. Dr Patel highlighted the importance of research in women studies, contribution of research works in law enforcement or constitution and these works being the milestone for several landmark changes in the society.

The second plenary session was handled by Dr Parvathamma. The panellist defined publication and its purpose was explained. Dr Parvathamma threw light on publication, its impact and role of ethics in research to have quality papers to strengthen the field of research. Panellists were asked several doubts by the participants enlightening the sessions.

Research scholars were the actual contributors of the conference. Over 51 papers were submitted to the conference by National and international Delegates. Each and every paper was unique, intensive and detailed work. Technical sessions were divided for two days. Technical sessions on both days were fruitful. In a nutshell, the two days were the celebration of intellectuals coming together in making the conference effective, successful and fruitful.

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