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)
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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”