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Doon University is going to organizing one day Brainstorming Session on "Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality" on 5th March 2011

 
Assistant Professor in the School of Communication-criteria PDF Print E-mail
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Doon University

Recruitment of Assistant Professor

School of Communication

The applications of the candidates for the post of Assistant Professor in the School of Communication, Doon University were screened on the basis of the following criteria for the purpose of  calling for  Interview.

1. 65% Marks in Masters Degree in Communication/Mass Communication/Journalism.

2. NET/SLET in Mass Communication or Ph.D in Communication/Mass Communication/Journalism(As per UGC Minimum Standards and Procedures for Award of Ph.D Degree Regulations 2009).

 

The candidates who fulfill above criteria and have not received a call letter for interview may appear for the interview at Doon University, Kedarpur campus on 31st January, 2011 at 9.00AM. You may also informed undersigned on e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it about your arrival.

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Call for Papers- "Conference on Folklore and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Uttarakhand" PDF Print E-mail
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DOON UNIVERSITY, KEDARPURAM, DEHRADUN 248001


Call for Papers

Conference: Folklore and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Uttarakhand

Dates: January 19 – 21, 2011.

Venue: Doon University, Dehradun

Folklore is not only songs and stories, but is a storehouse of knowledge gathered, generated and communicated in creative forms across the centuries by the ordinary as well as the learned people. Uttrakhand too, is rich in oral cultural heritage wherein knowledge about the creativity of people, their scientific understanding about their region, their social norms, and their fantasies are contained. UNESCO has defined folklore as Intangible Cultural Heritage and currently several committees around the world are discussing how Intellectual Property Rights could be applied to intangible cultural heritage. These discussions are particularly significant for countries rich in oral cultural expressions. Several scholars over the last one century have been interested in studying, documenting and translating the folklore of Uttarakhand. However,these efforts have been relatively invisible not only at the level of the country, but also within the state.

Doon University wants to gather together on its premises scholars and other individuals interested in the folklore of Uttarakhand for a conference. The aim of the conference is:

· 1. To share existing knowledge about the history and the current state of folklore and folk performers of Uttarakhand;

· 2. To understand how the work of documenting, archiving and studying the folklore of the region can be more organised, networked and made available to students and researchers within and outside Uttarakhand

· 3. To formulate how educational institutions like Universities cooperate with folk performers help them to continue the practice of their art

· 4. To explore how the ongoing discussion on Intellectual Property Rights in the area of Intangible Cultural heritage could affect the life of folk performers and the research of scholars.

The proposed conference would discuss the folklore of Uttarakhand under the following sections:

1. Texts and Aesthetics: Folklore as expressed in various textual genres, their aesthetic principles in terms of language, styles of narration/performance etc.

2. Folklore and Anthropology: Anthropologists have studied folklore to understand human society, social structures and beliefs. What do the anthropological analyses of folklore show us about Uttarakhand?

3. Life of Folk Performers: Folk performers are professionals in their own right and in this section we shall explore how their lives and works have been organised economically, how they create texts, what musical instruments do they use and how do they learn to make and play them, how do they survive in the contemporary democratic society.

Scholars of folklore, artists who have worked with folklore, film makers and other individuals seriously interested in the subject are invited to present papers in this conference. Scientific Audio-Visual documentation and films will also be considered for presentation. Please send an abstract of 150 words along with the title of the proposed paper. For the audio-visual documentation/film please provide a 500 words synopsis and mention the exact length in time. Abstracts and synopses should be sent to the undersigned by 05.12.2010 either by email or by post. All abstracts and synopses will be reviewed by a committee and the decision will be communicated by 15.12.2010

Professor Sadhana Naithani

Head School of Languages

Doon University

Kedarpur

Dehradun 248001

Tel: 0135 2533146/147

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DOON UNIVERSITY

MOTHROWALA ROAD, KEDARPUR, AJABPUR, DEHRADUN

Phone No. :     0135-2533105

Tender Form

Cost of Tender Form 200.00

VAT 27.00

Total 227.00

Signature……………………………………… Signature………………………………. IssuingOfficer………………………………. Tenderer/Firm………………..…….
(with Stamp) Name……………………………………
Address………………………………..
(with Stamp)


Note- Security money of Rs 10,000 will be deposited by selected firm through bank draft in favor of Doon University, Dehradun.

SPECIFICATION FOR TENTAGE

S.No.

Requirement

Rent (inclusive of all taxes)

1

Ceiling 13,500 sq ft.

2

Carpeting 13,500 sq ft.

3

One Stage 30 ft x 30 ft x 2.5 ft with 20 VIP Chairs

4

600 Banquette Chairs with Special covers

5

50 Wooden Sofa with cover

6

500 Persons Bon china Crockery

7

80 Tables with sheet and fall

8

300 cotton beddings with 4” mattress, quilt with white cover, pillow and bed sheets (white)

9

Mike system with LCD Projection facility in the stage

10

Lighting in Pandal and Building

11

2 Generators

12

Cartages and Layout men

13

Rate for water-proofing per sq. ft.

14

Rate for Hanger per sq. ft.

15

Rate of wooden flooring per sq. ft.

TOTAL=

In addition to above, the catering for the participants of the Congress for the 3 days (10, 11 and 12 November) is also to be arranged. Tentative number for meals may be 400 to 500. Menu is attached. The figure may be varied day to day and meal to meal.

The job will be on turnkey basis. The rates should be inclusive of all taxes.

Signature……………………………………

Tenderer/Firm………………………….

Name……………………………………….

Address……………………………………

(with Stamp)

Tentative Menu

BREAKFAST (ANY ONE)

A) Veg. Sandwich, Alu, Kaddu, Puri, Bread, butter and Jam, omlet, fresh fruitsTea, Coffee, Halwa Suji.

B) Veg. Sandwich, Stuffed Parantha, Curd, Bread,jam, omlet,fresh fruits Coffee, Tea, Jalebi.

C) Veg. Sandwich, Idli-Sambar, Vada-Sambar, Poa, Bread, butter, jam, omlet, fresh fruits, Tea, Coffee. Sweet dish

HIGH TEA

1) Veg. Sandwich

2) Veg. Pakora

3) Veg. Cutlet

4) Buiscuit

5) Mini Samosa

6) Pastry

7) Tea

8) Coffee

SESSION TEA

1) Tea

2) Buiscuit (sweet &salty)

LUNCH

1) ColdDrink/ Lassi/ Fresh Lime (ANY ONE)

2) Dal Makhani / Channa / Rajma (ANY ONE)

3) Paneer Karahi / Paneer Shahi / Paneer Pasanda / Paneer Tomato(ANY ONE)

4) Seasonal Veg (ANY TWO)

5) Bhalla Pakori / Boondi Raita / Alu Raita (ANY ONE)

6) Green Salad

7) Achar

8) Papad

9) Pulao

10) Nan , Parantha , Missi

11) Ice Cream

DINNER

1) Soup Tomato / Veg Lung Fung / Veg. Sweet Corn soup(ANY ONE)

2) Dal Arhar / Dal Urd dhuli / Dal Channa Urd(ANY ONE)

3) Paneer Chilly / Paneer Makhani / Paneer Shahi(ANY ONE)

4) Seasonal Veg. (ANY TWO)

5) Bhalla Pakori / Boondi Raita / Alu Raita (ANY ONE)

6) Salad

7) Achar

8) Papad

9) Pulao

10) Nan , Parantha , missi

11) Gulab Jamun / Jalebi Rabri / Halwa Moong (ANY ONE)

Signature……………………………....

Tenderer/Firm………………..……….

Name…………………………………...

Address…………………………………

(with Stamp)

 
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