National Seminar Vishva Guru Bharat

"The dew disappears as the sun rises"- the falsehood catered to us as history will vanish as soon as the reality of our past gets acknowledged. "India" has been described as land of wisdom by Hensang. Al-Baruni recounted India as 'land of knowledge and prosperity'. India's great knowledge centres like Nalanda, Takshashila, Vikramshila, Vallabhi, Vidisha, Kashi and Vatapitrained the scholars round the globe in different disciplines such as Yoga, Ayurveda, mathematics, economy, agriculture, politics astrophysics, surgery, military, music dance, art and literature. The magnanimous scholars like Adi-Shankaracharya, Aryabhata, Abhinavgupta, Apala, Bhaskaracharya, Brahmagupta, Chanakya, Charak, Gargi, Kanad, Kalidas, Lilawati, Lopamudra, Maitreyi, Madalsa, Patanjali, Panini, Sushruta, Sankardev, Thiruvalluvar, Ubhaybharti, Varahmihir and Yagyavalk were the leading figures of this great intellectual legacy. The ideas and practices sprawling from Indian culture and philosophy had defining influence on the world that is why India was the one and only "Viswa Guru" to ever exist.

India's freedom from British rule is a hard-earned liberation from the clutches of a highly exploitative and barbaric alien rule. The 'official' historiography of India's freedom movement is vast and yet insufficient in bringing out the true facts about all the actors and activities that contributed to the eventual ending of the British rule. Similarly, the history of medieval age and ancient time has also been subjected to ideological violence resulting in gross distortions and self-denigration. Apart from this, there is a popular consensus among the scholars that the post-Independence history writing has not been accommodative of all the dimensions of our history, therefore, it is convincingly believed that certain motivated acts of omission and commission have taken place in the process of history writing. Many contributions remain unacknowledged. Among those who got acknowledged, some deserving contributors were reduced to insignificant mentions and, erringly, some of them became the centrepiece of the discourse. The missing balanced sense of proportion is also a highly unlikely feature of our post-Independence historiography.

As we are entering into the celebrations of the 75th year of our independence, it is very vital to find the historiography into a more informed and accommodative shape. The historians under the colonial patronage were loyal to the interest of their masters. Post-Independence, the history writing further degenerated into the abyss of imperialist ideologies and the historians took upon themselves the mission of justifying and validating their patronage givers in the erstwhile ruling dispensation. As an implication, the facts got replaced by propaganda, the hard evidence got ignored and even destroyed. Today what we have in the name of history is at best, the literature of fiction. History has to be rewritten. The true attempt to do fair history writing is long overdue. It is an onus on the shoulders of the present generation of historians to tell our nation its true History.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to look back into our past health practices and learn from them in order to adapt to our modern lifestyle challenges. In fact, the world overlooked Indian knowledge of antiquity as a source of ideas for maintenance of health equilibrium for the individuals as well as society at large. This is the high time when researchers in India should look into their own native resources to extract new age principles of health management and medical treatment.

This seminar is aimed at achieving a reinvigoration of novel research fields in academics. The restirred research and development activities are the only pathway to reach to the goals of aspirational youth of India. The seminar targets the bridging of ancient knowledge with futuristic ideas. The contribution of young Intellectuals, ensured by this seminarwill be one of the foundation stones of "Vishva Guru Bharat".


Chief Patron

Prof. Yogesh Singh,
Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor,
University of Delhi


Prof. (Dr.) Payal Mago,
Principal, SRCASW
Director, COL, University of Delhi

Knowledge Partner

Dr. Alok Pandey,
National In-charge

Prof. U.S. Pandey
School of Open Learning (SOL)


Dr. Projes Roy
Lib. Info. Science,


Dr. Radhika Bakhshi
Biomedical Science,


Dr. Daya Bhardwaj

Organizing Secretary

Dr. Alok Kumar Singh

Organizing Joint Secretary

Dr. Nupur Gosain

Organizing Team

Dr. Smita Sundaram, Environmental Science, SRCASW
Dr. Monika Tyagi, Electronics, SRCASW
Ms. Saumya Chaturvedi, Food Technology, SRCASW
Ms. Urmil Bharti, Computer Science, SRCASW
Dr. Shrish Agnihotri, Chemistry, SRCASW
Dr. Kishan Das, Physics, SRCASW
Dr. Ashwini Kumar Ray, Environmental Science, DU
Dr. Swati Singh, SHoDH
Mr. Rituraj Anand, English, SRCASW
Ms. Juhi Jham, Financial Studies, SRCASW
Mr. Shashank Tiwari, SHoDH
Mr. K.B Gupta, Commerce, SOL
Dr. Kanta, Sanskrit, SOL
Mr. Shwetank Pandey, Environmental Science, SOL

1. History of Bharat

  • Roots of Bharat
  • Depiction of Art and Culture
  • Role of Language
  • Folklores and Society
  • Myth vs. Reality in History
  • Significance of Freedom Movements in building Bharat
  • Diversity, Gender & Ethnicity
  • Heritage and Preservation of Culture

2. Policy Building for Future: Role of NEP & Education

  • National Education Policy: Origin
  • Intellectual Legacy of India
  • Skill Development for future growth
  • Role of vocational training
  • New path towards future policy (NEP)
  • Implementation of NEP
  • Changes in Higher Education
  • Role of ICT enabled teaching learning

3. Growth of Bharat: Health and Well-being

  • Role of Health
  • Innovation in Health Care
  • Evolution of Indian Health Infrastructure
  • Bharat and its Fight against Corona
  • Corona Warriors
  • Importance of Self-Sufficiency
  • Role of Building Largest Vaccine Campaign Globally
  • Importance of Ayurveda
  • Role of AYUSH
  • Role of Mental Health Bill
  • Importance of Psychological Health
  • Stress Management during Corona
  • Building Resilience & Empathy

4. Economy, Sustainability & Indian Philosophy

  • Sustainability
  • Make in India: Vocal for Local Campaign
  • Corporate Evolution
  • Ease of doing business
  • Role of business leaders
  • Skilling and Reskilling India
  • Role of National Innovation and Start-Up Policy
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Role of Power and Politics

Note: The above sub-themes are only indicative. Authors may opt other topics also relevant to the theme of the Seminar.

All abstracts for paper/poster presentation must adhere to the following prescribed guidelines:

  • Author(s) must send the abstract of unpublished and original work. The co-authors should have contributed significantly to the work.
  • Author(s) must ensure that the work has never been presented in any other seminar/conference earlier.
  • The language of the abstract should be in Hindi/English.
  • Only critical, specific and informative abstracts, related to any one of the seminar sub-themes will be accepted.
  • No documents sent after the deadline (10th February 2022) will be accepted unless the deadline gets extended.
  • The word limit of the body of the abstract is 350 words.
  • The abstract must be in Times New Roman, font size- 12 and with a single line-spacing.
  • The document must be uploaded in MS Word format (.doc or .docx). The document must be named as firstname_abstract_sub-theme, e.g. ravi_abstract_Historical Roots of Bharat
  • Please add 5 significant keywords of the proposed work at the bottom of the body of the Abstract.
  • Title: Entire title must be in capital letters. No abbreviation is allowed in the title. Title must have a
  • Author: The author(s) must be listed with their Surname followed by Initials, along with their affiliations. No use of titles, designations or position is allowed with the name.
  • Author(s)' name should have capital letter ONLY in the first alphabet of the initial and surname.
  • Standard abbreviations are allowed in the body of the abstract but only with its full use at first.
  • Any expense corresponding to the preparation of the abstract should be done by the author(s).
  • Abstracts selected by the review committee will be published in the seminar proceedings (with an ISBN no.).
  • The guidelines of paper presentation and publishing are subject to the journal's requirement.
  • The papers selected by the review board will be published in a reputed journal.

**Best Paper & Best Poster across each sub-theme shall be awarded cash prize**

Guidelines for paper/poster presentations

  • Each presenter will get 5 min for presentation + 2 min for Q & A.
  • The presentation should be only in MS PowerPoint (ppt /pptx) or PDF formats.
  • The first slide should display the title of the presentation & name of the presenter.
  • Presentation time restrictions will be strictly followed.
  • The presenters are requested to carry their own pen drive.
  • Poster dimensions: 36 x 48 inches.
  • Please keep checking our website for further guidelines pertaining to paper/poster presentation.

Abstract Submission : 10th March 2022

Payment Deadline : 16th March 2022


Student (UG & PG): Research Scholar Working Professional:
Till 10.03.2022 500/- 700/- 1000/
Post 10.03.2022 600/- 900/- 1200/

Step by Step Process of Payment

Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Auditorium,
University of Delhi Vijay Nagar Marg,
Art Faculty, University Enclave.

Accommodation needs to be acknowledged in the registration link. It will be provided on first come first serve basis *

All necessary precautions will be taken with respect to covid.

*The date/mode of seminar is subject to the DDMA Guidelines and protocol prevailing at the time.

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