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Founder–Director of Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth is rightly acclaimed as a thinker and a scholar. He is well known for his diligence and his academic approach to work, as well as his accessibility and his unassuming demeanour.

 Dr Gursharan Singh was born in an underprivileged Sikh family on January 21, 1952 in a small Town Tarn Taran of Amritsar district, now district headquarter itself. Dr Gursharan Singh had his schooling from Gyan Ashram Higher Secondary School, Amritsar, higher education from Guru Nanak Dev University,  Amritsar and Punjabi University Patiala. His academic career took him from a school teacher to college Lecturer and to university Researcher. Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth starting his career as Lecturer at Post Graduate Department of Economics, Government College Gurdaspur and later at Khalsa College; Amritsar specializes in Quantitative and Development Economics with multi-disciplinary approach. He has the distinction of serving the prestigious Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana for about two decades (1980-2001) and remained Director-Principal of Saint Soldier Management and Technical Institute, Jalandhar.

A recipient of Cultural Doctorate of Philosophy of Economics from the World University, Arizona, USA is an active member of various professional bodies, namely, Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, Indian Society of Agricultural Marketing, Indian Institute of Public Administration; Agricultural Economics Research Association(India); American Association of  International Researchers and so on and participated and presented papers in various International/national/regional seminars, conferences etc. G R A B S Educational Charitable Trust Chennai conferred GRABS Lifetime Achievement Award 2017 for economic research. Awarded BEST PAPER AWARD by Government of India. He was awarded ICSSR Senior Fellowship for two years. He is elected to Board of Governors of Indian Water Partnership-a sister concern of Global Water Partnerships and honoured on the National Teacher Day by NIFD. He is a member of Editorial Board of various international journals published in India and abroad. He remained member of the Academic Council of Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. An unwearied researcher has about 200 research papers published in various international and national journals of repute and 15 research monographs to his kitty.  Besides, he has authored/co-authored /edited 15 books which have been well received and highly acclaimed during his three decades of professional career. He was honoured by various national and international awards, namely, Guru Draunacharya Samman, Vijay Rattan Award and so on. The American Biographical Institute USA bestowed Man of the Year Honour upon him.

Dr Kainth undertook in-depth analysis in the varied domain of economic development in general and agricultural development in particular at regional level. He made a useful attempt at sketching the anatomy of economic development of Punjab. Dr Kainth has thoroughly searched the elementary educational scenario of Punjab as a Senior Fellow of Indian Council of Social Sciences Research, New Delhi; National Council of Educational Research and Training of MHRD as well as for the Planning Commission. Presently he is working on implementation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act that provides for free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years which come into force from April 1, 2010 for National Council of Educational Research and Training, of MHRD New Delhi.

His careful venture in the area of agricultural export not only offers as a timely tome but also boldly addresses some of the nagging doubts and growing dilemmas facing policy planers and authorities alike.  His diagnostic studies of farmers-producers lead to better understanding of development of market structure- an important pre requisite to successful agricultural operation. Rigorous yet lucid analysis of information of non economic factors on production pattern amply demonstrated that the technological innovation can ensure the freedom from the clutches of the weather vagaries is a myth.

His careful probing into a micro unit of farmer’s experience contradicts the doom sayers for they expose an optimistic reality whose lessons can and should reshape future thought and action. The resurgence of money-lenders, the fatigue of cooperative credit institutions, the advent of micro finance with its multifaceted activities, the paramount importance of marketing of crops in a globalize environment have added knots and twists to the structure and processes of rural financial market. His in-depth analysis of rural financial market will help administrators and political leaders how to effectively provide finance to the poor.

Dr Kainth has also extensively explored the issue of Global warming, which is a modern development problem. This issue has become more complicated involving the entire world tangled up with difficult issues such as poverty, economic development and population growth.  Dealing with it will not be easy. Ignoring it will be worse. This is one of several crucial challenges that already impede the progress of agriculture particularly in the vast marginal rainfed farming regions where majority of the Earth’s poor and food insecure reside. This means that addressing the difficulties that farmers already faced in many areas – not only low and erratic rainfall and hot temperature but also inadequate infrastructure, lack of access to markets and credit and other challenges- will contribute to current agricultural development and food security while building resilience to future climate change. Use of Bio technology for development of varieties with enhanced tolerance to biotic and abiotic stress, resource conservation technologies that use less water and nutrients are some examples of technologies required to tackle the effect of climate change. A new model of development is required to give urgency to copping with climate change. Apparently, successful adaptation will require not only new crop technologies and increased investment in water security but also policy backup to give small-scale subsistence farmers better access to information, credit and market. Understanding these impacts will help clarify the specific adaptation that both policy makers and farmers must make.

 

 

 

 

Books and Monographs since 2010

 

1.Gursharan Singh Kainth, Managing Rural Finance in India, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi( ISBN 978818069572) released by Dr Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission,2010

 

This book, containing fifteen well-researched papers, attempts to analyze the various aspects of rural financial market in India, which has undergone a sea change after liberalization. Improving access to finance in rural areas is one of the biggest development challenges facing shining India. Due importance has been focus on marketing aspects of rural finance. Credit alone cannot bring in development unless accompanied by the provision of forward and backward linkages relating to the remunerative disposal of final products in the global market. Examining the reasons and factors affecting both banks and their clients, the contributors deliberate on poor repayment capacity of rural borrowers, high transaction costs of rural lending, status of rural institutional credit, problems and prospects of agricultural credit, credit planning, and growth and future agenda of micro-finance. They also deal with SHG-DCCB linkage, innovation in rural finances, role of rural banks in economic development and recent developments in the farmer’s market.

 

  1. Damanpreet Kaur and Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2011Mobile Banking: A Boon for Unbanked, Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783845436234)

 E-Governance has come a long way in providing services to people which has improved the efficiency. Many of the departments and organizations have done great job but the progress has not been as quick as it should have been. Of course this is a journey which cannot be done in a day’s time. That’s why the overarching vision and the overarching convergence of approaches were so important. Once the overall vision and strategy and the architecture is common, then if people work at a different pace, it is not disastrous. The most challenging part is to change the people’s mindset. It is important to make the communication revolution also result in economic revolution for people in rural areas. If this does not happen then the mere availability of ICT will only result in underutilization of this infrastructure as people will not have the buying power to consume the services. The incremental infrastructure that is created is very important to achieve the goal. What is of prime importance is that it should be available for a non-discriminatory usage of every service provider. The mobile revolution is the only revolution that has touched a billion people in a short span of time

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth,Next Generation Bio fuels-The Key to India’s Sustainable Energy Needs,Lambert, Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN 9783845470061)

Biofuels hold out the promise of a win-win-win solution. The race is on for a new form of fuel. With gasoline skyrocketing, dependence on imported oil and depleting resources worldwide, finding alternatives to petroleum-based fuel and fuel-related products is urgent. 1G biofuels increase greenhouse gas emissions because of land use change, drives soil erosion and the eutrophication of aquatic ecosystems putting pressure on food availability. Fortunately, scientists have been studying the production of alternative products to make a cleaner, greener fuel for years. As the global fuel mix diversifies, biofuels will be a major source of supply growth. For biofuels to be truly sustainable they need to be made more efficiently without using so many staple foods. And so scientists are developing new biofuels out of anything and everything, from plant waste to pond scum, from rotting garbage to whisky. By mid-century biofuels could be providing over one quarter of all transport fuel, including jet fuel. You may be wondering exactly how this slimy green stuff can be turned into a fuel for cars and airplanes, and even for the heaters that warm our homes and schools.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2011Sustainable Development of Forest: Some IssuesLambert, Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN 9783846514399)

 The present study presents an overview of the changing state of the forests and explores hypotheses regarding the causes of change in the forest cover and its quality. It also gives a brief overview of the economic importance of the forests and the legal and institutional framework for the forest sector in India. Forest Strategy is inadequate to cope with all the diverse demands that India faces in the sector. India needs a balance of its three policy orientations – production forestry, afforestation, and protection/regeneration – to have an effective forest strategy, in addition to an enabling environment that promotes research and extension and private sector participation. Support for production forestry does not imply agreement with the essential features of industrial forestry, like replacement of natural forests with monoculture. It merely implies incorporation of a production oriented approach.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth and Mandeep Kaur: 2011Adoption of Technology in Teaching of Language: A Critical Assessment of Punjabi (Mother Tongue); Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783845420141)

Mother-tongue plays a paramount role in child’s development. It is the heart and soul of child’s education. It is the foundation on which the personality of the child is built. The study of mother-tongue is of dire necessity on psychological, intellectual, emotional and cultural grounds. It is our duty to adopt and adapt mother-tongue as medium of all non-linguistic subjects, thereby making it easy and interesting for the child to learn these subjects. Teachers rarely use teaching technology like multimedia, instructional technology etc. They adopt lecture cum text book method-a boring procedure. Students are made to mug up even stories and poems. Students are passive partners in the learning process. No attempt is made to arouse their creativeness or encourage their self-expression so what they learn is poor learning. This calls for drastic changes. Language learning is a part of education in the wider sense. One of the important causes for the deterioration of the standard of mother-tongue (Punjabi) in Punjab is inadequate provision of teaching aids. In the present study, an attempt has been made to arrive at some precise conclusions. 

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2011Aadhaar India: Brand for a Billion; Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783845428031)

The capability and freedom enhancing social policies generates stable civil societies. Indian Government have implemented new social programs and safety nets to tackle poverty, health and education challenges. The ambitions of these programs have been marred by challenges. The significant one has been the lack of clear identification and targeting of individual beneficiaries. The problems of identification bog down millions of people in India across communities and in different situations. This was therefore a new problem for which policy planners seemed to have no answer. This is the question of which the Unique Identification projects have developed as an answer. The government has realized that the problem of reaching the benefit of various programme to the poorest of Indians will not come about just by providing more money in the schemes. Instead it is an issue of identifying who are those poorest. This is where the UIDAI project comes in handy. It is a national endeavour to count all the Indians of the country and provide them an identity document or a card, essentially a number. It has just begun and is therefore a right time to do some quick analysis of the plan.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2011 Climate Change, Sustainable Development and India: Need for New Economic Thought, Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783847317364)

Climate change is no longer a distant concern, but a serious threat to development and poverty eradication. The Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change draws attention to the fact that the impacts of climate change will fall disproportionately upon developing countries and the poor persons within all countries, thereby exacerbating inequities in health status and access to adequate food, clean water, and other resources. The Delhi Ministerial Declaration on Climate Change and Sustainable Development, adopted at CoP-8 (the eighth session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), also affirmed this: ‘Developing countries are particularly vulnerable… Effective and result-based measures should be supported for the development of approaches at all levels on vulnerability and adaptation, as well as capacity-building for the integration of adaptation concerns into sustainable development strategies.’ The present study is an attempt to study the impacts of climate change in the context of ongoing economic changes, and how these will affect the adaptive capacity of Indian farmers

 

  1. Jyoti Soi and Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2013 Disclosure Practices in Indian Banking Sector: A Comparative Study, Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783659219931)

Governance is a reform package to strengthen the corporate for making them more accountable, open, transparent, democratic and participatory. Governance in banks is a more complex issue than in other sectors because bank activities are less transparent and thus it is more difficult for shareholders and creditors to monitor their activities. The core of governance rests on the quality of transparency and disclosure. Protecting the interest of the depositors is a matter of paramount importance to banks. Regulators have recognized the vulnerability of depositors to the whims of managerial misadventures in banks and therefore have been regulating the banks more tightly than other corporate. There seems to be a little question concerning the need for serious research in the area of reporting practices of commercial banks. Financial disclosure is an effective communication of accounting information to its users for decision making. The users of financial statements should be in a position to evaluate and assess the company’s earnings performance and financial position, so that, they are able to make intelligent investment decisions necessary for efficient allocation of scarce resources.

 

  1. Gurinder Kaur and Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2013 Job Satisfaction among College Teachers, Lambert Academic Publishing Germany (ISBN9783659326837)

Undoubtedly, teacher occupies an important place in the development of the nation. The social well-being and growth of pupils depends to a great extent on the enthusiasm, efficiency and professional skills of the teachers. The future of education, its quality and ideals depend upon how and by whom young persons are educated. True enough, a large number of teachers of the present day have no interest in their profession. They continue in the profession only as mechanical wage earners. Lack of recognition of the teachers in our country is a very sore point. The significance of the role of the teacher is hardly recognized, though it has become a fashion to observe the Teachers Day. We always expect a lot from teachers who have little power and alarmingly meager facilities and resources to avail. The net result is a widespread dissatisfaction in the teaching profession as a whole. Many seem to repent over their wrong choice and would be, too, willing to change their job. Therefore, the job satisfaction of teachers is of much value to administrators and educationists, who frame policies, take decisions and create conditions in which teachers try to maximize their potential.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2014: Right to Education: Pathway Ahead, Bharati Publication, New Delhi ( 9789381212578)

The Right to Education Act, which came into force on 1st April, 2010 after 62 years of independence, has made free and compulsory education a fundamental right of every child in the 6 to 14 age group. Now India has joined the group of those countries that provide for a constitutional guarantee to free and compulsory education. The enforcement of this Right has made it a joint responsibility of Central and State Governments to provide free and compulsory education to all children by all means. The present volume begins with a historical perspective, outlines salient features of the Act, throws light on the challenges ahead and suggests ways to overcome them.

 In order to meet the challenges and surmount the hurdles that stand in the way of implementing Right to Education Act, it is needful to concentrate all efforts with full dedication and commitment. To achieve the goals of Free and Compulsory Elementary Education, it is of utmost importance to develop curricula that is responsive to changing needs and facilitates the incorporation and integration of new content areas related to science, technology, population and the environment.  Not only the central and state governments but also the nation as a whole should take responsibility in this regard. Community participation and support can make marked difference in achieving this goal. There exists a need for greater coordination amongst different agencies and functionaries involved in this task. To overcome population pressures and budgetary constraints, cost effectiveness and accountability must be ascertained at every level. Efforts should be focused on qualitative improvement of the whole programme.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth (2013) Indian Seed Industry: Needs Policy Incentives; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 978819229520
  2. Gursharan Singh Kainth and Rajinder Singh Bawa (2013) Productivity of Indian Agriculture: Growth and Determinants; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295237
  3. Gursharan Singh Kainth and Rajinder Singh Bawa (2016) Are Productivity of Indian Agriculture Growing; Status Constraints and Policy Implications, Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295244
  4. Gursharan Singh Kainth, Rajinder Singh Bawa and Navdeep Singh (2016) Pardhan Mantri Basal Bima Yojana: Challenges and Way Forward; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295299
  5. Gursharan Singh Kainth (2015) Right to Education Act: Its Adoption in Private Schools; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295275
  6. Anonymous (2016) Water Energy and Food Security Nexus, Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295282
  7. Anonymous (2016) Energy for Sustainable Development; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295268
  8. Anonymous (2016) Water Energy and Food Security Nexus, Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295282
  9. Gursharan Singh Kainth (201) Elementary Education: Needs Renewed Push; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295
  10. 19. Gursharan Singh Kainth and Rajinder Singh Bawa and (2016) Recycling of Waste water and Reuse System; Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies, Amritsar ISBN 9788192295244

Sponsored Research Projects:

1.Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2012 Diagnostic Analysis of Financial Inclusion in Rural Punjab, sponsored by National bank for Agricultural and Rural Development; Punjab Regional Office, Chandigarh

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth 2013 Diagnostic Analysis of Mid Day Meal Scheme in Rural Punjab, Indian Council of Social Sciences Research, New Delhi under ICSSR Senior Fellowship scheme.

 

  1. Gursharan Singh Kainth,2016 Diagnostic Analysis of Elementary Education in Rural Punjab; NITI Aayog, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.

Seminars

IDSAsr has organized since its inception following six national/international seminars, that is, since July 2009.

  1. 1st National Seminar on Food Security and Sustainability in Indiaduring November 2009
  2. 2nd National Seminar on Management of Natural Resources and Environment in Indiaduring October 2010
  3. 3rd International seminar on Water Security and Climate Change: Challenges and Strategies during November 2011
  4. 4. 4th IDSAsr International seminar on The Water Energy and Food Security during February, 2013.
  5. 5th IDSAsr International seminar on Right to Education: Roadmap Ahead during March, 2013.
  6. 6th IDSAsr International seminar will be organized on Energy for Sustainable Development in Asia Pacific with effect from November29 to December 01, 2013
  7. 7th IDSAsr national seminar will be organized on Recycling of Waste Water and Reuse System slated with effect from November 25-26, 2016.

Policy Briefs:

1. Healthy Soil for Healthy Life

2. Better Sanitation for Batter Life: Some R & D Issues

3. Elementary Education: Needs Renewed Push

  1. MPLAD Scheme Needs Amendments
  2. Punjab Drug Epidemic: Dark Days Ahead

6. India’s Education Sector: Moving toward a Digital Future

  1. Education for All: Some Issues

 Self Sponsored Research Project:

1. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2012: Sustainable Agriculture and Food Sustainability: The Way Ahead, www. eurasiareview.com, July 2013

  1. Rajinder Singh Bawa and Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2013: Can Punjab Mis FDI in Multi-Brand Retail.
  2. Gursharan Singh Kainth, 2016: Rethinking Anganwadi Centres in Rural Punjab: Status, Constraints and Policy Implications.
  3. Rajinder Singh Bawa, Gursharan Singh Kainth and Manisha Sharma, 2016: Reconfiguration of Indian Higher Education, in hand.

 

 

 

 

Bio-data

  1. Name: Gursharan Singh Kainth
  2. Father’s Name: Amar Singh
  3. Date of Birth: Twenty First January Nineteen Hundred Fifty Two                                                                    (21.01.1952)
  4. Postal Address: 14-Preet Avenue, Majitha Road, PO Naushera, Amritsar-                                                   143008
  5. Permanent Address:       14-Preet Avenue, Majitha Road, PO Naushera, Amritsar-                                                    143008
  6. Telephone No: 99147-03461,  0183-2426045
  7. Nationality/Domicile:              Indian/Punjab
  8. Academic Vista:
Examination University Year Class Subjects
Higher Secondary Punjab, Chandigharh 1969 2nd Eng, Pbi, hi, Math, Phy, chem.
B. Sc GNDU, Amritsar 1972 2nd Eng, Phy, Chem, Math
B. Ed GNDU, Amritsar 1973 2nd Teaching of Math/science
M.A Punjabi, University, Patiala 1976 2nd Economics
Doctoral Fellowship World University Arizona, USA 1991 x Economics
  1. Teaching/Research Experience:
Institute Designation From To Total             Y     M     D Nature Of Duty
Govt. High School, Bhakana(ASR) Master 28/8/73 2/12/74 1      3      5 Teaching
G A Hr/Sec School(ASR) Master 4/12/74 20/8/76 1       8      17 Teaching
Govt. High School Wadala Kalan(ASR) Master 5/10/76 17/8/77 X      10    14 Teaching
Govt. High School, Pheroman(ASR)

 

Master 15/8/77 29/8/77 X       X      12 Teaching
Govt. College, Gurdaspur Lecturer 30/8/77 13/3/78 X       6      15 Teaching
Khalsa College, Amritsar Lecturer 1/9/78         12/9/79 31/3/79  31/3/80 X   7        X  X   6        X Teaching        Teaching
Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana Research       Fellow 28/12/80 3/1/2k 19   X      X Research
Sri Dasmesh Sr. Sec School, Kotla Sultan Singh (ASR) Principal 4/1/2k 29/2/04 4     2      X Administration/ Teaching
St. Soldier Mgt. & Tech Institute, Jalandhar Principal 1/4/04 31.10.06 2    6       X Administration/Teaching
Apex Education Group, Jalandhar Director (DEP) 1.11.06 31.3.08 1   5        X Administration/ Teaching
GAD Institute Of Development Studies, Amritsar Director 2.07.2009 30.4.11 1   9        X Multi Disciplinary Research
GAD Institute Of Development Studies, Amritsar Senior Fellow

(ICSSR)-Cum-Director(OL)

1.05.2011 30.4.13 2   X        X Multi Disciplinary Research
GAD Institute Of Development Studies, Amritsar Director 1.5.2013 Till Date   Multi Disciplinary Research

Total Experience:

Teaching Exp.                                       05 years App.

Research Exp.                                       25 years App.                                                                 Admn.Exp.                                            09 years App.

 

  1. Present pay scale: Rs. 16850 Basic plus Allowances in the pay scale of

Rs.16400/Rs.24000/-(last pay drawn)

  1. Research Guidance:

Major Advisor to:

  1. D : Three awarded +Two Submitted + Four

under  supervision

  1. Phil. students                   Fourteen
  2. Post Graduates students     Seventy(MBA Students)
  3. Graduates students               Twenty(BBA students)
  4. National/Regional conference organized:
  5. 1st IDSAsr National Seminar on Food Security and Sustainability in                                          India during November 2009
  6. 2nd IDSAsr National Seminar on Management of Natural Resources and             Environment in India during October 2010
  7. 3rd IDSAsr International seminar on Water Security and Climate Change:             Challenges and Strategies during November 2011
  8. 4. 4th IDSAsr International seminar on The Water Energy and Food Security             during February, 2013.
  9. 5th IDSAsr International seminar on Right to Education: Roadmap Ahead             during March, 2013.
  10. 6th IDSAsr International seminar on Energy for Sustainable Development in             Asia Pacific, November29 to December 01, 2013
  11. 7th IDSAsr national seminar will be organized on Recycling of Waste Water             and Reuse System in November 2016

     

  1. National seminar on Rural Finance in India at St Soldier Institute of             Management and Technology, Jalandhar on March 30-31, 2005

 

  1. Professional Achievement:

(A) Publication:

Particular Published In Press In Hand Total
Books 23 * 2 25
Research Paper 200 * * 200
Research Monograph 30 * 5 35
Books Reviewed 18 * * 18
Survey Report/Policy Brief 22 * 10 25

 

(b) Participation in National/Regional conferences etc:

Participation/presented paper at more than 80

National/ International / Regional conferences etc.

 

(c). Research Projects Completed: Twenty + three on going

  1. Honors and Awards:
  2. Honoured with a Medal and Certificate of Excellence by National Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development Chennai on Teacher Day 2013
  3. Member
  4. Member Editorial Board of various national/international journals
  5. World University Arizona, USA confers their prestigious award ‘CULTURAL DOCTRATE

IN PHILOSOPHY OF ECONOMICS’ in recognition of distinguished professional                                   Excellence.

  1. Capsule Profile has been included in REFERANCE ASIA, Vol, VI, and Rrifactmento International and any more.
  2. Was Member, Advisory committee of Indian society of Agricultural Marketing, Nagpur.
  3. Acted as a Rapporteur for the technical session of the UGC National Seminar on STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN INDIAN ECONOMY held at guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
  4. Honored by SGPC, Sri Darbar Sahib, Sri Akal Takat Sahib, and Sri Amritsar for valuable contribution to Sikh panth & Sikh literature.
  5. Acted as District Chairman (Badminton) for Amritsar District senior secondary school tournaments for the years 2000-01 and 2001-02.
  6. Acted as Zonal Chairman (football) for Amritsar tehsil senior secondary school tournaments for the years 2001-02 and 2002-03 and Sangatpura Zone for 2003-04.
  7. Was the Chief – Guest at Mohd Rafi open football tournament organized by Mohd.Rafi sports and cultural societies, kotla sultan Singh, 2002-03.
  8. Was the Panel Jury for Inter–college (science) paper reading competition (2002-03) organized by BBK DAV College for women, Amritsar.
  9. Conferred Guru Draunacharya Samman for valuable contribution in National building, Education & promotion of Indian Art and culture, Dance and Music by music by an NGO Avantika- a group of contemporary artist and Intellectuals, New Delhi.
  10. Member, Academic council, (Highest Governing Council) Punjab Technical University, jalandhar w.e.f 1/4/2004.to 31.10.2006.
  11. Member, Equivalence committee for MBA/BBA, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar w.e .f 1/4/2006.to 21.10.2006.
  12. Awarded Vijay Rattan by India International Friendship society , November 2005 in lieu of yeoman services rendered in the field of science & technology, education and social work.
  13. Advisor (Education), Kirpal Sagar Trust, Daryapur, near Rahoan, District Nawanshahar.

 

  1. Membership of Professional Bodies:
  2. Life member, Indian society of Agriculture Economics, Bombay.
  3. Life member, Indian society of Agriculture Marketing, Nagpur.
  4. Life member, Indian Institute of public Administration, New Delhi.
  5. Life member, Agricultural Economics Research Assoc. (India), New Delhi.

 

  1. Extra Curricular Activities:
  2. Captain Hockey Eleven.
  3.   Senior Division .N.C.C ’B’ CERTIFICATE.
  4.   Civilian Rifle Training certificate from Punjab home guard.
  5.   Serving the ailing Humanity on charitable basis by practicing homeopathy/ magneto

therapy etc.

  1.    Organized Seven Bhai Mardana Band Competitions-An Annual Feature on Parkash Utsav

of Sri Guru Gobind Singh on the Behalf of Sri Guru Arjun Dev Sat Sang Sabha Sri

Amritsar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    • The e-book of Abstracts
    • Buffet Lunch
    • Coffee Breaks
    • The e-book of conference proceedings with ISBN code published by Neilsens U.K.

    Excursion:

    City Sight-Seeing- Hop-On, Hop-Off

    • Explore the charming city of Oxford on an exciting hop-on, hop-off bus tour
    • With 1 route covering more than 20 stops, hop off at any of the stops and visit attractions of your choice
    • Witness the majestic architecture of Oxford’s university buildings
    • Don’t miss the unique combination of college, chapel and a cathedral in one foundation at Christ Church
    • Your ticket is valid for 24 or 48 hours with unlimited travel; hop on and off as much as you like
    • Enjoy informative audio commentary in multiple languages and know more about Oxford

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    • Coffee Breaks
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    • Excursion
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    • Coffee Breaks
    • The ebook of conference proceedings with ISBN code published by Neilsens U.K.

    Excursion:

    London Thames River: 24 Hours Hop-On, Hop-Off Cruise & Tower of London

    • Palace of Westminster
    • London Eye
    • Southbank Centre
    • Oxo Tower
    • Millennium Bridge
    • Paul’s Cathedral
    • Tate Modern
    • Globe Theatre
    • Golden Hinde
    • The Gherkin
    • Tower Bridge
    • The Shard
    • HMS Belfast
    • Greenwich – Royal Museums
    • The Cutty Sark
    • Tower of London

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    • Lunches
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    • Excursion (Boston Tour)

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    DISCLAIMER: Please note down that student-registration fee is ONLY valid to Full-time Undergraduate / Masters students. If you are enrolled as PhD/ M.S student, you would have to register in Author Category.
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    •   Certificate of Attendance/ Presentation
    •   Conference package and inserts
    •   The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    •   The e-book of full text proceedings with ISBN number published by Neilsons UK & Ireland ( to British university Libraries with international access)
    •   Lunches
    •   Coffee Breaks
    •   Welcome Mocktail

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    •   The e-book of full text proceedings with ISBN number
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    •   Technical support

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    •   The e-book of full text proceedings with ISBN number
    •   Lunches
    •   Coffee Breaks

    Excursion (only for International Participants):
    Malaysia Countryside & Batu Caves Tour From Kuala Lumpur including
    •   The ‘Ambassador Row
    •   Royal Selangor Pewter
    •   Batik Factory
    •   Batu Caves
    •   English speaking guide
    •   Comfortable travel
    •   Hotel Pick & drop

    “Nathan was awesome as our guide and the Batucaves were amazing. Definitely a must-see, your fronted with a huge statue at the bottom of the stairs and its a short climb up into a grand cave entrance, something like out of a movie. Awesome. Thanks!” David Lee, Newzealand.

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  • Conference registration fee includes:

    • Access to all sessions in the conference
    • Bosphorus Lunch Cruise and Sightseeing
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Congress package and inserts
    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

     

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    • Certificate of Attendance
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    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

     

    ISTANBUL HERITAGE TOUR – Combining IMPERIAL & OTTOMAN SPLENDOURS
    Highlights of this tour
    • HAGIA (Saint) SOPHIA
    • SULTANAHMET IMPERIAL MOSQUE – SULTANAHMET BLUE MOSQUE
    • Sulemania Mosque
    • Spice Bazar
    • Turkish Hamam Visit
    • GRAND BAZAR TOUR (COVERED MARKET).
    • Bosphorous Cruise –  Two Continents Visits
    • Lunch at Uskudor

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    • Congress package and inserts
    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

    Excursion:

    15:00 – 20:00

    • Sharwanshah Palace
    • Maiden’s Tower
    • Miniature Book Museum
    • National Meusem of Azerbaijan History
    • Jamia Mosque
    • Traditional Old Baku Bazaar
    • Traditional Tea / Sweets

     

    Day 3 Excursion: (**Optional)
    • Excursion to Guba (3 hours from Baku) (Switzerland of Central Asia)
    • One night stay in 5* Resort
    • Breakfast included
    • All tourist destinations visits in Guba on Brand new Mercedez SUV
    • Next evening return to Baku
    • Airport drop service

     

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    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

    Excursion:

    • Desert Safari
    • Photo Stops
    • Dune Drive
    • Campsite
    • Henna Designs
    • Delicious BBQ Dinner
    • Arabic Dance

     

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    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Congress package and inserts
    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

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    • OXFORD city tour including various colleges and libraries of the prestigious University of Oxford
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Congress package and inserts
    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

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    • Access to all sessions in the conference
    • OXFORD city tour including various colleges and libraries of the prestigious University of Oxford
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Congress package and inserts
    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
    • The e-book of full text procedings with ISBN number
    • Lunches
    • Coffee Breaks
    • Welcome Mocktail

    Virtual participant registration fee includes:

    • The e-book of abstracts with the scientific program of the conferences
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    • Certificate of Attendance
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