RONO HILLS, MAR 15:
The Rajiv Gandhi University Research Scholars Forum (RGURSF) will, in collaboration with Arunachal Institute of Tribal Studies organise a two-day national seminar on India/Northeast India: Issues, Dynamics and Emerging Realities, in its campus premises here from March 18.
RGURSF Chairman Margum Ado in a release here Friday informed that a total of 4 sessions will be held in two days covering topics such as BEFR, Act 1873, Act East Policy, Issues of citizenship and minority rights in India, Tribes and Indigenous people, red tapism in Arunachal Pradesh, LGBT and their rights, Indigenous knowledge system and reservation system; problems and prospective.
Presenters from all parts of the country will take part in the deliberations, he said.
RGU Vice Chancellor, Prof Saket Kushwaha will inaugurate the seminar as the chief guest at 10:00 a.m. in the AITS conference hall. While RGU Registrar, Professor Tomo Riba will preside over the inaugural.
The keynote address will be delivered by Prof Amitava Mitra of Economics department, RGU.