The Bombay Plan
Special Lecture by Prof. Sanjaya Baru, Distinguished Fellow Institute for Defence Studies & Analysis, New Delhi.
Irrigation contributes immensely to the agriculture sector and is rightly called the engine of agriculture growth. Irrigation helps in land use intensity, crop intensity and enhances crop productivity. It contributes to reduction of poverty and to the socio-economic development of farming community.
Trajectories of Liberalism: A Study of John Rawls and Robert Nozick
The Ph.D Viva-Voce Examination of Ms. B. Vijayalakshmi, one of our Ph.D students [2011-12], on her doctoral research work entitled “Trajectories of Liberalism: A Study of John Rawls and Robert Nozick” will be held at 3.30 PM on Wednesday, the 27th November 2019 at CESS. Ms. Vijayalakshmi has worked under the guidance & supervision of Prof. M. Gopinath Reddy of CESS, Hyderabad for her doctoral research.
The above Viva-Voce examination will be held in the Conference Hall of the Centre. This is an Open Viva and hence all the faculty members of CESS & Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University; research scholars and M.Phil & Ph.D students of the Centre are requested to attend the Viva-Voce.
Educational Status of the Muslim Minority in Telangana'
Dr. P Aparna Assistant Professor, CESS will be presenting a seminar on the topic “Educational Status of the Muslim Minority in Telangana” on 28th November (Thursday) 2019 at 11.30 am in the Seminar Hall I (1st floor) of the main building
Prof. Gautam Pingle, Dean of Studies & Head, Centre for Telangana Studies, MCR-HRD Institute of Telangana, Hyderabad will be the discussant.
Dr. B Suresh Reddy, Associate Professor, CESS will chair and conduct the proceedings.
Amaravati capital city – Why did World Bank and Singapore’s withdrew?
Prof. C Ramachandraiah, Professor, CESS will give the first Open Seminar in the Seminar Hall (1st Floor) on the topic Amaravati capital city – Why did World Bank and Singapore’s withdrew? Roles, Implications and Contrasts.
Prof. E Revathi, Director, CESS will chair the session.
Socio Economic Trajectory of Telangana Land and its People [from AD 1805 till 2014]
Mr. A.K. Goel, one of our Ph.D students [Economics], is presenting the First Core Chapter of his doctoral research entitled “Socio Economic Trajectory of Telangana Land and its People [from AD 1805 till 2014]“.
Prof. Adapa Satyanarayana, Professor of History [Rtd}, Osmania University, Hyderabad will be Discussant for the presentation.
Mr. Goel has been working under the guidance & supervision of Prof. E. Revathi, Director, CESS and Prof. S. Galab, Former Director, CESS.