41st NACIACP 2015
Dept of Psychology, School of Liberal Studies, PDPU is hosting the 41st National Annual Conference of The Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists (NACIACP 2015). The Pre-Conference sessions were organized with specialized tracks by eminent psychologists including Dr. Vijaya Raman (Associate Professor & Consultant Child Psychologist, Dept of Psychiatry, St. John’s Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore); Dr Brindha Sitaram (Founder Director, Center of Psycho-oncology for Education & Research COPER, Bangalore); Dr. Tanya Machado (Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, St. John’s Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore); and Dr. M. Manjula (Dept. of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS, Bangalore).
We thank Raksha Shakti University for partnering with SLS PDPU for this event. Here are a few glimpses of the immersing pre-conference event:
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CCS WorkshopThe I-Policy certification program concluded at PDPU. A batch of 26 young students (and future leaders) underwent 4 days of engrossing sessions and in-class debates on public policy with Sadaf Hussain, Andrew Humphries and Kumar Anand. Some of the topics which were brought up, include Global Financial Crisis, Socratic Reading Session, and Fundamental Principles of a Sound Public Policy. The visit by Parth Shah (President, CCS) and an additional session on Liberal Studies: A Global Perspective by Andrew were added bonus to this amazing event. PDPU & School of Liberal Studies owes its gratitude to CCS for the workshop and the wonderful learning opportunity to our students.
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Internationalization Activities Workshop
Experience sharing of raising resources for internationalization activities
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A one day Seminar on “Census Operations-2011” was conducted on campus with the initiative of Dr. Prashant Panda. Presence and participation of Mr. Manish Bharadwaj (IAS), Director of Census Operation enriched the Seminar. Census statistics of Gujarat (district wise) on various parameters like gender, literacy rate, infant mortality rate, housing etc. were presented by the Mr. Bharadwaj. The event incorporated the importance of census data analysis for policy formulation and usefulness of Socio Economic Survey of Population. Through this seminar students of SLS learned that Indian Census is the most credible and only one primary data source on Demography, Economic Activity, Literacy and Education, Housing & Household Amenities, Urbanization, Fertility and Mortality, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Language, Religion, Migration, Disability and many other sociocultural parameters.