The SDGs were formulated in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as part of the Post-2015 Development Agenda, which sought to create a future global development framework and to be achieved by 2030. There are cross cutting areas and synergies between different goals. It is therefore imperative that discussion and action in multidisciplinary domains needs to be initiated. The COVID-19 pandemic had serious negative impacts on all 17 SDGs. Multidisciplinary and trans-disciplinary research across economic, socio-political, and environmental dimensions from the perspectives of academia and industry needs to be carried out to identify best models and practices which could be adopted. This conference is a platform for academicians and industry experts to share and reflect on the experiences in advancing SDGs and collaborate with organisations working in similar domains. This conference explores the possibility of global networks in domain specific areas of SDGs who can learn from each other and initiate best models in their practice.
This conference is also an opportunity for Rajagiri to acknowledge and appreciate the Global partners who has been a strong pillar of support for the last 25 years of association through faculty mobility, student mobility, joint projects and collaborative research activities.
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Rajagiri College of Social Sciences as an initiative of IQAC is organizing a Workshop on 'Dimensions and Directions: Changing Dimensions of Higher Education' on 12th September 2023 at 3:30 to 4:30pm, Carmel Hall, Hill Campus. The Resource person for the Workshop is Dr. Shafeeque V, Research officer on Special Duty Kerala State Higher Education Reforms Implementation Cell.
Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous) is organizing a workshop on Significance of Role of Indexing and Citation Databases in Scholarly Publication World. Resource person: Mr. Vishav Sharma (Regional Solutions Consultant). The workshop is scheduled on 10th August 2023 at 3.30 pm. Venue is RBS Conference Hall,Valley Campus, Kakkanad.
DYUTI 2023 is a three-day International conference aimed at bringing together scholars, academicians and practitioners for deliberations on Health Promotion in the light of global perspective. The theme of the 23rd edition of DYUTI is “Health Promotion: Global Perspectives and Practices”. This year’s international conference aims to bring together scholars, academicians, and practitioners for discussions on the current developments and models in the field of Health Promotion. DYUTI 2023 aims to explore the pathways to strengthen the skills and capabilities of individuals to take action and the capacity of groups or communities to collaborate in exerting control over the determinants of health and achieve positive change.
For more Details Visit : http://dyuti.in/
Rajagiri Centre for Professional Studies, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences(Autonomous) is organising a 1-Day workshop on "The Power of Voice and its career prospects" on October 15th 2022 from 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
Greetings to you from the Department of Social Work, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous). Kochi, Kerala.
Rajagiri School of Social Work started in the year 1955 was one of the pioneering institutions in south India, establishing programmes and setting standards in the field of social work education. The college has been ranked with the highest ratings in all the cycles by NAAC, and is accredited with the highest score in the country in the fourth cycle. The college has been conferred with Autonomous status by University Grants Commission in 2014.
Rajagiri, with its vision of becoming a center of excellence in learning, has been regularly providing an annual forum for deliberations on vital issues of development from a ‘rights perspective’. This series of deliberations which started in 1998 Is named DYUTI, meaning ‘spark of life’. A total of 22 DYUTI national and international conferences have been organized so far. This 23rd edition of DYUTI is on ‘Equitable and Inclusive Education: Policy Perspectives and Social Work Responses’ based on the SDG Goal 4 in the background of the New Education Policy.
The National Conference will be held online on March 10-11, 2022. This is an opportunity for social work academicians, practitioners, organizations, researchers, and students to deliberate on the . The selected papers will be published with ISBN and DOI. The last date for submitting the abstract is 25 February 2022 and the final paper by 3rd March 2022.
Online National Conference on Changing Practices and Emerging Paradigms in the
Field Education of Undergraduate Social Work Programmes
Date & Time - June 4-5, 2021 (2-5 PM)
About the Conference
Social work education is witnessing a rapid transformation as it countenances uncertainty and volatility unlike in the past. Field education, an integral part of social work education, encounters unprecedented challenges since face-to-face contact itself is at stake, including helping professionals. Several social work schools and agencies have experimented with education, training, field intervention models, and adopted online platforms for reaching to people and ensuring sustainability in practices. This conference aims to bring together social work students, educators, and field practitioners at the undergraduate level to deliberate their experiences, models of intervention, and emerging practices to strengthen the field education assuring the quality of learning and supervision underpinned by effective and evidence-based practices amidst challenging situations.
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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The department of social work, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences is organising the e-conference as a part of the ICSSR IMPRESS project titled “Access to health and wellbeing of migrant workers in Kerala: An inquiry into policy implications for achieving the 2030 agenda of SDGs”. Migrants are one of the most vulnerable populations in all the discussions related to health and wellbeing. As human mobility is increasing day by day, it has become necessary to address the health issues and health care access of migrant populations.
This conference is organised to deliberate on the specific health needs and health challenges faced by the migrant population worldwide and to unravel region-specific strategies to address the same in the light of SDG 3: Good Health and wellbeing.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Academicians, practitioners, Research scholars and Students of social work, law and allied disciplines who are interested in presenting papers are invited to submit an abstract contouring the focus and content of their paper along with a short biographical description. Papers should inscript the broad focus of the conference and the presenter may choose to consider one of the themes or related areas.
GUIDE LINES FOR ABSTRACT
FULL PAPER PUBLICATION
All the selected full papers will be published as a book with ISBN by a reputed publisher. Please follow APA 7 style for the preparation of the manuscript. You shall refer https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format for obtaining further information. All the authors of accepted abstracts shall receive detailed guidelines for the preparation of the manuscript.
Abstract Submission: 5th April 2021
Notification for acceptance of abstract: 10th April 2021
Full paper submission: 17th April 2021
Conference: 19th and 20th April 2021
Register using the following link
There is no registration fee for attending and presenting paper in the conference.
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Dr Binoy Joseph (Principal)
Dr Fr Saju MD (Associate Director and Vice Principal
Dr Fr Joseph M.K. (Head of the Department)
Dr Lizy PJ, Dean (Academics)
Dr Anish KR, Convener
Ms Ayswarya James
Ms Ginu P
Ms Siny Maria
Ms Sreemol S
For any queries:
Ms Ayswarya James: 8547348128
We are delighted to announce that Rajagiri College of Social Sciences and Rajagiri Business School in association with Turnitin is organizing an International Webinar titled “Improving Research Ethics and Academic Integrity using Turnitin Software” on Friday,9th April 2021 at 2:00 -3.30 p.m.
• How is Turnitin addressing academic integrity for the institutions across the world.
• Rising trend of contract cheating and how Authorship (Originality) empowers institutions to curb it.
• How students are using Turnitin software to curb similarity issues in time.
• Introduction to Gradescope and the problems it solves.
• Chaitali Moitra, Regional Director of Turnitin, South Asia
• Mohammed Shahrukh, Customer Growth Manager, South Asia
Registration Link – https://forms.gle/R5tW94GFT4vi3QfeA
No registration fee
Webinar Platform: Zoom
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.
E-certificate will be provided to those who register and participate in the webinar after submitting the feedback.
Who can participate?
Faculty members, Research scholars and LIS professionals.
Participants limited to 500
DYUTI 2021 is a two-day national conference aimed at bringing together scholars, academicians and practitioners for deliberations on issues related to migration and social inclusion in the light of human rights perspective. The theme of the 21st edition of DYUTI is “Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Social Work Engagements & Challenges.
Developmental Yearnings for a United and Transformed India
Rajagiri, with its vision of becoming a center of excellence in learning, has been regularly providing an annual forum for deliberations on vital issues of development from a ‘rights perspective’. This series of deliberations which started in1998 Is named DYUTI, meaning ‘spark of life’. A total of 20DYUTI national and international conferences have been organised so far. This 21 edition of DYUTI is on ‘Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Social Work Engagements and challenges’.
1. The date for Abstract submission: 20th January 2021
2. The date for Final paper submission: 01st February 2021
*Selected papers will be published with ISBN and DOI
1. Social Work practice during Covid-19
2. Field engagement initiatives and programmes
3. Social Work academia during the pandemic
4. Responses of NGOs and other stakeholders
5. Social Workers in the health care setting
6. Psychosocial responses by the social workers
7. Volunteerism among social workers/ students during covid-19
8. Social Work Research responses during COVID- 19
9. COVID-19 crisis and beyond: challenges for sustainable public policies
For registration and submitting the abstract click: http://dyuti.in/
About the course
The certificate course (30 hours, 2 credits) would provide researchers with the understanding, skills and knowledge to conduct research which is inclusive and equitable. The course will support participants in the development of research competencies enabling them to conduct independent small-scale research studies using appropriate methodologies and tools of analysis within an ethical framework. The course is divided into 10 sessions dealing with critical aspects of qualitative research and contains advice on readings and additional support materials.
Module 1 & 2: Understanding Research Paradigm & Formulating Research Questions
The purpose of this workshop is to enable researchers to reflect on the philosophical worldview
assumptions that they bring to the study, the research design that is related to this worldview, and the specific methods or procedures of research that translate the approach into practice. The workshop will also discuss how a thesis should be structured.
Date: January 15, 16, 17, 2020
Time: 10.00 am-4.00 pm
Venue: Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Kalamassery
No Registration Fee
Number of seats: 25 (First Come First Serve)
Workshop Brochure: Click here to View / Download
DYUTI 2020 is a two-day national conference aimed at bringing together scholars, academicians and practitioners for deliberations on issues related to migration and social inclusion in the light of human rights perspective. The theme of the 20th edition of DYUTI is on “Migration and Social Inclusion: Perspectives for Human Rights and Social Work Practice”