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A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna was founded by the Government of Bihar in memory of Dr. Anugrah Narayan Sinha, one of the architects of modern Bihar. It was inaugurated on the 31st of January, 1958, by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the then President of India. It was, however, made a statutory autonomous body on the 8th October, 1964, under the A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies Act, 1964.
(a) to undertake teaching and research in social sciences;
(b) to undertake study of specific problems, if and when required by the State Government or the Central Government or any other agency;
(c) to provide for journals, books, pamphlets and other such materials as may be deemed necessary;
(d) to organise lectures, seminars and conferences, and
(e) to undertake other allied activities.
Anthropological Survey of India is an unique organization. Nowhere in the world do we have an organization entirely dealing with Anthropological research, either in public or private sector.
Ars Artium is an international research journal of humanities and social sciences. it covers English language and literature, linguistics, comparative literature, translation studies, cultural studies, philosophy, spirituality, economics, history, anthropology, sociology, psychology, political science, geography, human rights, international relations, peace studies, education, management and all allied disciplines of humanities & social sciences throughout the world.
The Asia-Pacific Journal of Social Sciences embarks on a mission to offer access to the information relating to social issues and thereby disseminate the advanced knowledge of the social science-disciplines.
Central Agricultural Research Institute intend to provide a research base to conduct the productivity of important agri-horticulture, livestock and fisheries of Andaman, to build appropriate plans for conservation of natural resources and their long term usage.
Central Agricultural Research Institute falls under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
Moreover, this particular institute also standardizes technologies for animal health coverage and also standardizes the techniques for capture and culture fisheries including coastal aquaculture.
The Centre for Development Studies (CDS) is an autonomous research institute. Its main objective is to promote research, teaching and training in disciplines relevant to development. Established in 1971 by the noted economist Professor K.N. Raj, it is considered to be one of the foremost development economics research centers in the country.
Centre for Multi-disciplinary Development Research (CMDR) is an autonomous social science research institute recognised and financially supported by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India as well as Government of Karnataka.
The Centre for Multi-disciplinary Development Research (CMDR) has been functioning since 1976 at Dharwad as an autonomous non profit research organisation. It has been registered in 1980 under the Society’s Registration Act. The aims and objectives of the Centre include, among others, conducting research on issues of socio-economic development, and decentralised planning at the sub-regional, regional and national levels in a multi-disciplinary framework, covering economic, social, political and cultural dimensions of human behavior. There is also an attempt to combine judiciously the conceptual and empirical perceptions in its research studies. The Centre has aims to examine the relevance of the received theories in social sciences which have alien origins and form new theories and conceptual frames of greater relevance to Indian conditions.
The Centre for Social Studies (CSS) is an autonomous social science research institute financially supported by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India (GoI) as well as Department of Education, Government of Gujarat (GoG). Founded as the Centre for Regional Development Studies by late Prof. I.P. Desai in 1969, it is located on the campus of Veer Narmad South Gujarat University (VNSGU), Surat.
The Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, was founded in February 1973. Financed primarily by matching grants from the ICSSR and the Government of West Bengal, the Centre has full academic autonomy, is designed to function democratically and is proud of its impeccable record of public accountability. Academic and administrative matters at the Centre are under the control of a Board of Governors consisting of representatives of the Central and State governments, the ICSSR, the UGC, the universities of West Bengal and the Centre's faculty. A distinguished academic heads the Board as Chairman of the Centre.
The Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, also called the CSDS or informally, just the Centre, is a premier institute of India in the social sciences and humanities. The Centre provides a unique institutional space which seeks to nurture intellectual interests outside the entrenched boundaries of academic disciplines. This simultaneously gives the Centre a sense of intimacy with and distance from universities. Therefore, the Centre has deliberately chosen not to duplicate the structure of university department. This also allows the Centre to support and nurture interdisciplinary modes of enquiry. Over the years, the Centre has also managed to generate and utilize a productive tension between rigorous scholarly work and social movements, between academic commitment and political practices. It has been frequently engaged with contentious contemporary issues which have shaped its academic programme and contributed to struggles for dignity, livelihood and creative self expression.
The Centre for Women`s Development Studies(CWDS) was established on 19th April 1980, in the middle of the International Women`s Decade, by a group of men and women, who were involved in the preparation of the first ever comprehensive government report on the `Status of Women in India` entitled `Towards Equality` (Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in India, (CSWI), Government of India) and who were later associated with the Women’s Studies Programme of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). The Advisory Committee on Women`s Studies of the ICSSR recommended the need for an autonomous institute to build on the knowledge already generated, but with a wider mandate and resources to expand its activities in research and action. The recommendation was accepted by the ICSSR, and communicated to the Women’s Bureau of the Ministry of Social Welfare, Government of India.
Civil Service India is a comprehensive UPSC Portal for your preparation of the Civil Services examination conducted by the UPSC in India. Our sole aim to be useful to civil service aspirants and help them in their preparation by providing the best resources and information in a single place. All civil service aspirants are requested to contribute towards the building of this resource and help generations of civil service aspirants.
The purpose of CBR Forum is to work with all persons with disabilities, their families, communities, organizations and institutions on empowerment and inclusion of persons with disabilities by facilitating disabled people’s organizations and networking at local, national and international levels to address the gaps that exist at various levels.
The Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences is a broad-based web journal. Contributions in all areas of economics as well as in other social sciences are welcome. This journal provides immediate open access to its contents on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Journal publishes item in Research Articles, Notes, Comments, Comments and Opinions, Surveys, Book Reviews and Letters to the Editorcategories.
The main objectives of the Council are to undertake and promote the study of social development through studies on the national and regional policies of development, on the process of planning, and on the interaction of social and economic development with various stages of national growth in developing countries. CSD's long-term goal is to assist in integrating the needs of social development with those of economic development especially with respect to the needs of the underprivileged sections of society. CSD works collaboratively with a wide range of non-governmental agencies, universities, research institutions, governmental departments and international aid agencies, to this end. CSD researchers work on a wide range of subjects including gender issues, child welfare, forests and biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, poverty alleviation, urban planning, agricultural and sustainable rural development, tribal welfare, health, governance, caste-based discrimination and education. Council also conducts training courses on social science research methods as well as imparts training for short term diploma courses in sustainable development.
The Cochin University of Science and Technology came into being in 1971 in answer to a concerted campaign for quality postgraduate education in the state of Kerala. In February 1986, University of Cochin was reorganized into Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) with the objective "the promotion of graduate and post-graduate studies and advanced research in applied science, technology, industry, commerce, management and social science."
This site provides access to the output of the institution.
Their primary focus is to be a promoter of rigorous research in the social sciences and humanities on (and largely in) India and South Asia. The objective, however, is to be inclusive rather than exclusive in terms of perspectives and topics. The peer reviewed eSS the Journal, the core of the eSS portal will feature research papers and other sections.
This notes covered Sociology and rural sociology, Importance of rural sociology in agricultural extension and their interrelationship, Social group, Social stratification, Culture and different cultural concepts and their role in agricultural extension, Social values, social control and attitudes types and their role in agricultural extension, Leadership, Training of leaders, Psychology and educational psychology, Intelligence, Personality, Perception, emotions and frustration, Motivation, Teaching, learning, learning experience and learning situation, Principles of learning and their implications in teaching etc.
To impart knowledge to the students on sociological and psychological aspects of rural people and to acquaint with some important features of rural society and Constitutions of India.
The Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute became a Constituent Institute of the University of Allahabad on July 14, 2005, when the University of Allahabad Act, 2005 came into force. Established in 1980 as one in the network of Social Science Research Institutes, which Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) set up in association with the State Governments, in our case, the Government of Uttar Pradesh, the Institute entered privileges of the University of Allahabad in 2005. The Institute undertakes interdisciplinary research in the field of social sciences.