Greetings from Union Christian College, Aluva! I, Ms. Tresa Divya T. J., welcome you all to the Eighth Annual International Session of the Kerala History Congress. This session is organised and hosted by the Department of History, Union Christian College, Aluva. Scheduled for three days from 26th to 28th January 2024, the sessions are on critical debates on various themes in history to discuss the latest developments in the discipline. It is our pleasure to extend a cordial invitation to participate in the deliberations of the session.
Kerala History Congress is a professional organization of teachers and research students seeking the promotion of rational and secular history of Kerala. The annual sessions of the Kerala History Congress intent to provide platforms for discussing and debating new research and perspectives coming up in historical knowledge on Kerala. It envisages the sessions in such a way as to bring the budding scholars and erudite scholars on a common platform to offer immense possibilities of interaction and exchange of ideas between them. The Presentations are held simultaneously in the following Sections. • Social History • Political History • Cultural History • Economic History • Oral Histories / Local Histories Papers from this session are anticipated to be published in the UGC CARE listed Proceedings. Paper Submission Deadline: Those who wish to present papers during the session may kindly mail their papers on or before 20 January 2024 to this E-mail: email@example.com, copies to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. To evaluate the spatial and temporal shifts in Indian and world history 2. To adapt curricula to enable students to be a part of an efficient workforce and for higher studies in history, and other interdisciplinary subjects 3. To familiarize students with the theories of social sciences and different schools of historiography 4. To empower students to focus on applied and policy issues in contemporary India 5. To provide programs that allow the students to choose from a wide range of history and other allied disciplines 6. To ensure an affective learning environment with emphasis on empathy, scientific temperament, secularism, civic consciousness, and welfare state
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