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Fourth Annual Conference of Indian

Society for Indic Studies (InSIS), DrPSECT


on

Ancient Wisdom and Multimedia Learning


to Transform Modern Education
Dates: 14th & 15th October 2016
Venue: Delhi Technological University,
DTU, Sahabad Dairy, Delhi-110042

Organized by
The Indian Society for Indic Studies,
(Managed by Dr. Paramamitra Shastri Educational and
Charitable Trust (DRPSECT), Vadodara (Regd.)
www. http://insis.drpsect.org,
drpsect.org

Collaborating with
Delhi School of Management,
Delhi Technological University, Delhi

Sponsored by
Indian Council of philosophical research, ICPR, New Delhi

Indian Society for Indic Studies, 2016


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Prefatory Note
We feel immense pleasure with the publication of the programme
in form of the booklet Author Profiles and Abstracts of Papers
to be presented at the Fourth National Conference of Indian
Society for Indic Studies (ISIS) 2016 on Ancient Wisdom and
Multimedia Learning Transform Modern Education.
We are thankful to the kind cooperation of the speakers for
sending their profiles and abstracts within stipulated time. We
consider that it is an opportunity and also an obligation to convey
our deep appreciation to all those who contributed in bringing out
this booklet. I also acknowledge deep gratitude to all steering
committee members of the InSIS conference 2016 for planning
the event without their help the conference could not have been
planned within such a short notice. Finally, it is sincerely hoped
that the present conference will greatly motivate young students,
researchers, professional as well as current educators to engage
in innovative work by way of giving thoughts of Ancient Wisdom
integrating with various subjects of traditional and professional
Education
I also hope that this will help us in having a long-term
collaboration with you for bringing applied form of ancient Indian
values to modern education system.
Ramanath Pandey
Managing Chairman
Fourth National Conference of InSIS2016

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Welcome to
National Conference of
Indian Society for Indic Studies
(ISIS) 2016
at Delhi School of Management, DTU, Delhi
October 14th & 15th-2016
On
Ancient Wisdom and Multimedia Learning
Transform Modern Education
The Indian Society for Indic Studies, managed by D.R. Paramamitra
Shastri Educational and Charitable Trust <www.drpsect.org>, is
pleased to announce a two day national conference to bring
together scholars, experts, educators and students from various
fields to discuss and share different thoughts to integrate ancient
wisdom with education for Transforming society.
Our motto is Satyam Jnyanam-anusandhanaya, Jnyanam tu
kimartham yadi na hitaya?
In order to understand the Divine knowledge which creates
life one needs to conduct self investigations. However what good
is such knowledge if it is not applied for the well-being of the
world.
Vision & Mission: Our society is currently going through
turbulent times and is facing a host of growing problems such as
corruption, violence, planet pollution, lawlessness, poverty,
disease, uncontrollable healthcare costs and youth unemployment
and underemployment. The root of all these problems is the type
of formal and informal education imparted to the citizens all
around the globe.
Ancient Indian scriptures are filled with knowledge and wisdom
to create a more balanced and harmonious life on the planet.
Currently this knowledge is missing in our education system. This
knowledge can be imparted very effectively by using the currently
available multimedia learning technologies and tools. Thus the
vision of this seminar is to cultivate inner awareness to understand
the magnitude of the challenges faced by the society and find
lasting solutions to address these challenges.
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Contents
i. Prefatory Note
ii. Vision & Mission of In ISIS2016
iii. Contents
vi. Committees
v. Programme Schedule

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vi. Conference Theme & Topics

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Part-I
PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTORS
1-18
Part-II
ABSTRACT OF PAPERS
19-36
1. Imbibing Ancient wisdom through
Multimedia Transforms Modern Education
Dr. Ramanath Pandey
2. Ancient Wisdom in Modern Education
Dr. Amal Kumar Harh
3. Law of Causality and Idea of Time in the Theory of Karma
Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pandey
4. Consciousness-based Education: A Modern Approach to Bridge Vedic
Science and Modern Science
Dr. Anil Maheshwari
5. The Principle of Cause & Effect in Nature and the Law of Karma
Dr. S. Letchoumanane
6. Harnessing the Power of the Mind for Inner Awakening
Dr. S. Letchoumanane
7. The Educational Challenge and the Destiny of Man
Nitin. J. Vyas
8. Multimedia Learning Transcends Materialistic & Superficial Living
Dr. Jagdish Kohli
9. Effectiveness of Multimedia Technology in the Learning Process
Dr. Mukesh Maru
10. The power of multimediato transform education
Jagdish Solanki
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11. Dynamic Nature of Education & Its Ills in the Modern Era
Prof. Sachindra & Shlesha Sachindra
12. Current Crisis in Education Causes & Remedies
Dr. Vaibhav Soni
13. Impact of Globalization on Education: Place of Knowledge, Learner,
Teacher and Infrastructure
Prof. Balaganapathi Devarakonda
14. Modern Packaging of the Ancient Wisdom: Learning by drawing from
the Past
Dr. Shikha N. Khera, Ms. Yukti Ahuja
15. Ancient Wisdom, Modern Education
Dr. Jaidev Dasgupta
16. Vedas the only Anti-dote to all the Ills that plague the Education
Shree S.R. Krishna Murthy
17. Using Forests for Teaching Environmental Values
Dr. Ravi P. Bhatia
18. Interconnected Perception of Life: Well-Being through Ayurveda
Dr. Vinaya Ballakur & Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad
19. Medicinal Aromatherapy Ancient Wisdom of Fragrant Science
For Health and Well Being of Body Mind and Soul in Modern
Dr. Jamuna N
20. Sanskrit and Globalization: The Role of Multimedia
Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra
21. Ancient Wisdom and Value Based Management(VBM)
Dr. Ramanath Pandey & Prof. G.C. Maheshwari
22. Ancient Indian Fables and Modern Management: Some Insights from
Panchatantra
Prof V.K. Shrotryia & Prof. R.K. Singh
23. Sattva, Rajas and Tamas energies in nature and
human beings
Dr. Ajay Jha
24. Designing Organization Structure for Tacit & Explicit
Knowledge Sharing Using Ancient Wisdom
Dr. Shikha N. Khera & Dr. Karishma Gulati

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CONFERENCE COMMITTES
Patron of Conference:
Professor Yogesh Singh, Honorable Vice Chancellor, Delhi Technological
University
Seminar Director: Dr. Ramanath Pandey Secretary, In SIS & DRPSECT
Coordinators of Conference: Dr. Rajan Yadav, HOD, Delhi School of
Management, DTU, Dr. G. C. Maheshwari, Professor, DSM-DTU, Former
Head & Dean M S University of Baroda, Dr. Shikha N. Khera, Assistant
Professor, DSM-DTU, Mr. Sahil Malik, Research Scholar, DSM-DTU
Organizing Committee:
DRPSECT, Vadodara Board of Trustees:Smt. Shushila Devi, Dr. Ramanath
Pandey, Shri Gunadhar Pandey, Mrs Madhuri Pandey, Mrs Pratima Pandey,
Shree Amiya Ranjan, Shree Abhishek Pandey, Shree Nalini Ranjan, Shri
Vijay pandey.
Members: Shree Raj Gautam, Shri Avinas Kumar, Dr. Ajay Jha
Steering Committee : Dr Ramanath Pandey, Dr. Jagdish Kohli, Dr. Vinaya
Ballakur, Prof. G C Maheshwari, Dr. P. K. Suri, Dr. Vikas Gupta
Conference Facilitator: Dr. Jagdish Kohli
Advisory Committee: Dr. Jagdish Kohli,Prof. Dilip Mohanto, Prof. Kailash
C. Upadhyaya, Dr. Rajvir Sharma, Dr. Shirley Telles, Prof Vijay Gupta with
wife Indira Bhatt Gupta,
Finance Committee: Mrs Madhuri Pandey, Treasurer,Trustee, DRPSECTMr
Abhisek Pandey, Trustee, DRPSECTMr Narendra R Parikh, N.R. Parikh &Co.
CA, Sayajigunj, Baroda
Editorial Board: Dr. Ramanath Pandey, Dr. Jagdish Kohli, CA, USA, Dr.
Vinaya Ballakur, Prof. G C Maheshwari
Website:www.insis.drpsect.org, www.drpsect.org

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PROGRAMMED SCHEDULE
2 Day National Conference of InSIS
Execution Plan
Ancient Wisdom and Multimedia Learning
to Transform Modern Education

Registration:

Day 1- October 14, 2016 Schedule


9:00 10.00 AM

Session 1: Plenary Session; 10.00 - 11:45 AM


Dr. Vinaya Ballakur
Dr. Megha Joshi
Benediction:
Maa Sarswati
Lighting of the Lamp
Welcome Address
Dr. Ramanath Pandey
Key Note Speaker
Jagdish Kohli. Ex- Bell Lab,
Communication Research Scientist,
San Ramon, CA, USA
Guest of Honour
Prof. Anil Maheshwari
Guest of Honor
Member ICPR, Vedic Tradition &
Modern Reality
Chief Guest
Prof. Yogesh Singh,
Hon. Vice Chancellor, DTU
Vote of Thanks
Dr. Rajan Yadav
Head, Delhi School of
Management, Delhi Technological
University
Rapporteur:
Dr. Shikha N. Khera, DSM-DTU
Tea Break:
12:00 12:15 Noon
MC:

Session 2: 12:15PM 1:15PM


Expert Panel Discussion:
Reviewing the State of Education
& Society
Moderator:
Dr. S. Letchoumanane
Panelists :
1. Dr. Anil Mahehwari
2. Dr Balaganapathi Devarakonda
3. Dr. Amal K. Harh
4. Prof. P. K Suri, DSM, DTU
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Rapporteur:

Dr. Megha Joshi, DSM-DTU


Dr. Ajay Jha
1:15 PM 2:15 PM

Lunch Break:

Session 3: 2:15PM4:00PM
Chair:
Dr. Anil Maheshwari
Applied Ancient Wisdom for Modern Education Part I
Ancient Wisdom in Modern
Dr. Amal K. Harh
Education
Law of Causality and Idea of
Time in the Theory of Karma

Dr. Rakesh Pandey

Consciousness-based education:
Dr. Anil Maheshwari
A modern approach to bridge Vedic
science and Modern science
Harnessing the Power of the Mind
for Inner Awakening
Rapporteur:
Tea Break:

Dr S Letchoumanane
Dr. Archana Singh, DSM-DTU
4:00 PM4:15 PM

Session 4: 4:15 PM5:30 PM


Chair:
Dr. Ramanath Pandey:
Multimedia Cultivates Holistic Perception
Multimedia Learning Transcends
Dr. Jagdish Kohli
Materialistic & Superficial Living
Effectiveness of Multimedia
Dr. MukeshMaru
Technology in the Learning Process
The Educational challenge and
The Destiny of Man

Prof. Nitin J. Vyas

Rapporteur:

Dr. Vikas Gupta, DSM-DTU


Ms Slesha Sachindra

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Day 2- October 15, 2016 Schedule


Session 5: 9:30AM10.45 AM
Prof. Sachindra
Analysis of Current State of Education
Dynamic Nature of Education &
Prof. Sachindra &
Its Ills in the Modern Era
Ms Slesha Sachindra
Chair:

Current Crisis in Education


Causes & Remedies

Dr. Vaibhav Soni

Impact of Globalization on
Education: Place of Knowledge

Prof. Balaganapathi Devarakonda

A study of aspirations and


realities in the field of
management education.
Rapporteur:
Tea Break

Yukti Ahuja

Dr. Archana Singh, DSM-DTU


10:45AM11:00 AM

Session 6: 11:00AM12:30PM
S.R. Krishna Murty
Strategies for Educational Transformation
Ancient Wisdom, Modern Education Dr. Jaidev Dasgupta

Chair:

Vedas the only anti-dote to all


the ills that plague the Education

S.R. Krishna Murthy

Using Forests for Teaching


Environmental Values

Dr. Ravi P Bhatia

Interconnected Perception of Life:


Well-Being through Ayurveda

Dr. Vinaya Ballakur &


Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad

Medicinal aromatherapy ancient


wisdom of fragrant science for
health and wellbeing of body
mind and soul in modern life

Dr. Jamuna N.

Sanskrit and Globalization


Rapporteur:

Dr. Ajay Mishra


Mr. Abhinav Chaudhary, DSM-DTU

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Chair:

Session 7: 12:30PM1:30PM
Prof. G. C. Maheshwari
Applied Ancient Wisdom for Modern Education Part II

Ancient Wisdom and Value based


Management

Prof. G. C. Maheshwari

Ancient Indian Fables and Modern


Management: Some Insight from
Panchtantra

Prof. Vijay Shrotia

Sattva, Rajas & Tamas Energies in


Nature & human-beings

Dr. Ajay Jha

Organizational structures and


knowledge sharing in the ancient
and modern context.

Dr. Shikha N. Khera and


Karishma Gulati

Rapporteur:
Lunch Break:

Dr. Shikha N. Khera, DSM-DTU


1:30PM2:15PM

Session 8: 2:15PM3:30PM
Prof. Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor,
Delhi Technological University
Sustainable Economic Development Prof. Bajrang Lal Gupta
& Growth: Ancient Indian Thoughts.
Learning from the process of life
Prof. Jagdish Kohli
Rapporteur:
Dr. Vikas Gupta, DSM-DTU

Chair:

Session 9: 4:00 PM-5:30PM


Valedictory Functions:
Chair:
Prof. Parimal Vyas,
Vice Chancellor, the M.S University
of Baroda
Presentation of Reports:
Dr. Vinaya B.
Conference Highlights:
Dr. Jagdish Kohli
Closing Remarks &
Dr. Ramanath Pandey
Participant feedback
Vote of Thanks
Prof G C Maheshwari
Tea Break:
3.30 4.00 PM
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A Two Day National Seminar (2016)


On
Ancient Wisdom and Multimedia Learning to Transform
Modern Education
Organized by Indian Society for Indic Studies(InSIS)
Managed by (DRPSECT), Regd.
Dates: 14th-15th October, 2016
Tentative Venue: Delhi Technological university, Delhi,
(Exact Venue will be announced later on)
In order to understand the Divine knowledge which creates life one
needs to conduct self-investigations. However what good is such
knowledge if it is not applied for the well-being of the world.
Ancient Indian scriptures are filled with knowledge and wisdom to
create a more balanced and harmonious life on the planet. Currently,
this knowledge is missing in our education system. This knowledge can
be imparted very effectively by using the currently available multimedia
learning technologies and tools. Thus the vision of this seminar is to
culivate inner awareness to understand the magnitude of the challenges
faced by the society and find lasting solutions to address these challenges.
Ancient Wisdom and Multimedia Learning to Transform Modern
Education
Our living experience is defined by material, mental and spiritual
planes of existence. The realization of the divinity within has been the
goal of ancient Indian wisdom. Over the past many centuries humanity
has drifted away from the spiritual plane of existence. Modern education
has been successful in as far as it aims to fulfill our material needs but
has been a failure in the nurturing of our spiritual side. As a result of
this disconnect with the spiritual energy, the basic survival instincts of
the human society have come to dominate the world that we inhabit.
We find this disconnect manifested as ill will between people, groups,
social structures, communities and nations.
This seminar highlights the multitude of problems faced by the human
society all across the globe in modern times. It will bring together
educators, scholars, administrators and policy makers in an effort to
establish a dialogue and explore means to establish a society based on
respect for all life. The principles derived from ancient wisdom from our
scriptures would be delved into for solutions towards a harmonious life.
In a rapidly growing technological world, education through multimedia
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cannot be over emphasized. The seminar endeavors to explore the


potential of interactive multimedia technologies in accelerating the
process of individual and global transformation.
The seminar seeks paper submissions from scholars, academicians,
education administrators and policy makers in the following focused
areas of this significant national event:
Call for papers
Original papers are invited from Academicians, Scholars, education
administrators and policy makers in the following focused areas:
1. Education : The Backbone of the Society
Current crisis in education causes & remedies
Social and moral challenges created by modern education
Awakening the contemporary educators and policy makers
Aspirational youth: Freedom of choices
2. Applied ancient wisdom for modern education
The role of five elements in creation
Ancient techniques to purify the human mind
Understanding spirituality and purpose of creation
Wellness through inter connectedness
3. The Power of multimedia to transform education
Natural human learning channels
Effectiveness of multimedia technology in the learning
process
The role of multimedia in medical and other professional
education
Self learning models in an emerging iCloud technology
based education environment
Can high expenditure on education be abolished with
Multimedia learning technologies?
Mentioned below are some more illustrative topics for the
benefit of potential authors. The authors can choose variations of
these with a focus on Transforming Education.
1. The power of multimedia learning to transform education
2. Cultivating integral humanism leadership

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3. The principle of cause and effect in nature and the law of


karma
4. The limitations of modern system of education
5. Consciousness based learning
6. Evolution and interconnectedness of all life
7. The process of true learning and inner transformation
8. Emerging flexible and self learning education models
9. Strategies for transforming modern education
10. Harnessing the power of the mind or inner awakening
11. Ancient values and management
12. Ancient wisdom for sustainable development
13. Contemporary management thoughts and ancient wisdom
14. Integral humanism and leadership
15. Social responsibility and ancient wisdom
16. Toxic leadership in the context of Mahabharata.
Submission guidelines:
Authors are requested to submit papers on the themes of the
seminar listed in the areas above with the following guidelines:
1. Kindly send abstract of the paper (in 250 words) along with
a brief profile about the paper presenter (in about 500 words)
and a passport size pic on or before 15th September, 2016.
2. Full paper, with an abstract, not to exceed ten pages, single
spaced, Times New Roman, font size 11, in word document,
on or before 25th September, 2016 on the above mentioned
mail id.
3. Notification to the participant of paper acceptance
before 30th September, 2016.
4. Seminar presentations need to be prepared as power point
slides.
5. Shortlisted papers will be considered for publication.
6. Mail your abstract and full papers to
rnpmsuoi@gmail.com and dsmconference2016@gmail.com
7. A sample copy of the paper is also attached for your guidance.

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Part I

PROFILE OF CONTRIBUTORS

Prof. Yogesh Singh


(Chief Guest/Inaugural Address)
Vice Chancellor
Delhi Technological University, DTU, Delhi
Prof. Yogesh Singh cuneutly Vice Chancellor of
Delhi Technological University; has been the
Vice-Chancellor of the Maharaja Sayjirao
University of Baroda from 2011 to 2014 and
was into his second term before shifting to
Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology Delhi on
December 31, 2014. He has excellent track
record of quality teaching, innovation and research with h index of
26 and citation index of 2073 as reported by Google scholar.
He has supervised 23 Ph.Ds in the area of Software Engineering. He
is listed as the third best most productive Indian authors in Software
Engineering Research reported in Indian Computer Science Research
Output during 1999-2008, Qualitative Analysis Journal of Library &
Information Technology, November 2010. He has more than 250
publications in International and National Journals/Conferences. He
received M.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering) and
Ph.D. (Computer Engineering) degrees from National Institute of
Technology, Kurukshetra, Haryana.
His book on Software Testing published by Cambridge University
Press, England and has Co-authored books on Software Engineering
published by New Age International Delhi (2002), and Object Oriented
Software Engineering published by PHI Learning, Delhi.
He is a member of the Governing Council of Association of Indian
Universities. Prof. Singh has also worked as Chairman, Central Regional
Committee, All India Council for Technical Education, Bhopal (covering
States of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgargh & Gujarat) from December
2011 to May 2014. He was member of the General Council of National
Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). He is an independent
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Director of Gujarat State Petro Net Limited and Gujarat State


Petroleum Corporations Ltd. (Government of Gujarat Undertakings)
since May, 2013 and March, 2015 respectively.
He has served as Dean, University School of Information
Technology, (2001-2006), Controller of Examinations (2006-2011),
Director Students Welfare of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha
University, Delhi. He has participated in the prestigious Yale-India
Leadership Programme at Yale University, USA. Visited Columbia
University, New York State University, Stony Brook University and
Cooper Union College under the aegis of this Programme.

Prof. Bajrang Lal Gupta


Bajrang Lal Gupta did his post-graduation in Economics from Rajasthan
University, Jaipur in 1966. He received his P.h.d from Kurukshetra
University for his thesis on Value and
Distribution System in Ancient India in 1985.
With a long career in academics behind him,
he retired as Reader from Delhi University in
2005. His notable publications include Bharat
Ka Arthik Itihas or Economic History of India
(Haryana Sahitya Academy, Chandigarh), Value
and Distribution Systems in Ancient India
(Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi) and Hindu
Arthachintan or Hindu Economic Thought (Bharatiya Vichar Sadhana,
Nagpur). Several books on Economics authored by him are prescribed
as text books from high school to university level. He has been a
copious contributor of articles and essays in several newspapers and
magazines.
His environment-friendly holistic vision of growth has won him
many admirers. His interventions, grounded in profound
understanding of Indian ethos, are in sync with complexities of
modern economy. Dr. Gupta has held important positions in Indian
Council for Social Science Research, Kendriya Hindi Samity and Central
Consumer Protection Council.

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Dr. Anil Maheshwari


Dr. Anil Maheshwari is a Professor of Management Information
Systems at Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa. He
teaches Business Intelligence and Data
Mining, and has published a textbook on
this topic. He has also taught at the
University of Cincinnati, City University
of New York, University of Illinois, IIM
Ahmedabad, and others. He earned
degree of B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering
from IIT Delhi, PGDBM from IIM
Ahmedabad, and a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University.
He has also worked in the IT industry for many years, including a
variety of leadership roles at IBM in Austin TX. He is a practitioner
of the Transcendental Meditation technique. He blogs on
Information Systems and Enlightenment at anilmah.wordpress.com.

Dr. Jagdish Kohli


Jagdish Kohli received his Ph.D. Degree in EE from IIT Roorkee, India
in 1976. He held faculty positions in a number of educational
institutions including Panjab University,
India, New York University, Golden Gate
University, San Francisco. He has been an
invited speaker at Stanford University,
California for many years. He worked as a
communication research scientist at Bell
Labs and other Bell companies for over two
decades. He published his research findings
in scientific journals and presented at
related national and international conferences. He was invited to
write a chapter on Medical Communication in the encyclopedia of
telecommunications.
Over the past decade he has been investigating issues related to
enhancing the Quality of Human living experience. He has presented
and published articles on State of Human Existence & Beyond, Crisis
of Consciousness, Human Mysterious Mind, Manifested Reality, Pure
Perception of the Self and Co-existence of Duality & Non-Duality of
Human Living Experience.
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Prof. P.K. Suri


Prof. P.K. Suri is Professor in Faculty of Delhi School of Management,
Delhi Technological University, Delhi. Prior to joining Delhi
Technological University in July, 2012, he has served in the Central
Government for more than twenty five years.
He joined Indian Statistical Service (ISS) in the
year 1986 as Group A direct recruit officer
through UPSC. He was posted as Research
Officer in the Market Research Division of the
Department of Tourism (DoT).
He later joined National Informatics Centre (NIC)
in the year 1993 through direct recruitment
mode. He has served at different levels in NIC (ranging from Senior
Systems Analyst to Senior Technical Director) and worked, over the
years, for the strengthening of agricultural informatics in the country.
He was National Co-ordinator of NIC for the ambitious e-governance
project Agricultural Marketing Information Network System
(AGMARKNET) which was sponsored by the Directorate of Marketing
and Inspection, Ministry of Agriculture and implemented with the
support of various State Marketing Boards/Directorates.
He has also been contributing as Chairman/Co-Chairman/Member
of intra- and inter-organizational technical and administrative
committees/Working Groups over the years.

Dr. Rajan Yadav


Rajan Yadav is an Associate Professor in Marketing and Supply Chain
Management. He graduated from Delhi University and earned his
Masters Degree in Business Management from
M.D University, Rohtak. He was awarded Ph.D in
Organized Retail from Meerut University and also
qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted
by UGC. His research interest includes behavioral
dimensions of technology diffusion, online social
networks, retail management and student
community related social marketing issues. He
has more than eleven years of post-graduate teaching experience
with some of the leading management institutions in Delhi NCR. His
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specialized fields are Services Marketing, Sales and Distribution


Management, Rural Marketing, Social Marketing, Retail Management,
Research Interest Social Media Marketing, Brand Management.

Dr. Ramanath Pandey


Ramanath Pandey, Is a Research Officer, Oriental Institute,
(Manuscript section) The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda,
Vadodara, He is alumni of University of Delhi. His
specialized fields are, Sanskrit, Pali language and
Literature, Indian Philosophy, Linguistic,
Manuscriptology. He has three published books .
He also worked as a Research Associate (19952001) under UGC Scheme at the Department of
Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. He is former
Research Associate of Buddhist studies under UGC scheme on
Doctrine of Karman with Special reference to Gandhism, Buddhism,
Jainism and Vedanta. He is also worked as an Associate at, Indian
Institute of Advance Study, Simla. He has more than 20 published
papers in National and International journals. He has presented abou
35 papers in seminars/Conferences. Presently, working on various
fields of Indology on Indian philosophy : Vedanta, Logic, Sanskrit
Poetics, linguistic, Manuscriptology, Jainism, Buddhist Philosophy,
Buddhist Sanskrit text etc He is working on a Valuable text on
Dignaagas Pramanasamuccaya, a Sanskrit text, on the basis of
manuscripts. Besides, he is founder Secretary of DRPSECT, Vadodara.
He is organizer of valuable events related to Indic Studies.

Prof. Amal Kumar Harh


Amal Kumar Harh has been teaching Philosophy for a couple of
decades, having researched in the area of classical
Indian thought. Presently, he is teaching Philosophy
as Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy,
Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University, Cooch
Behar, West Bengal and also working as Registrar
(Actg.) of this University. He has written three
books in Indian Philosophy and also presented
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papers in various national and international seminars as a resource


person. He has published several research papers and reviewed two
books in professional journals ofwhich one from IIAS, Shimla.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pandey


Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pandey has been teaching Physics in Kirori Mal
college, Delhi University since 1990. He has obtained his Ph.D. degree
in Physics from Delhi University and has also an
M.Tech degree in Computer Applications from
IIT Delhi. He has also taught papers of Computer
Sciences to the students of M.Sc.(IT) at South
Campus of Delhi University and the students of
MCA at JNU. He has published about two dozen
articles in popular newspapers and magazines on various sociopolitical issues. He runs a blog with an address as www.rakeshthoughts.blogspot.com.

Dr S Letchoumanane
Dr S Letchoumanane, is Director, Research and Development, Temple
of consciousness, Aliyar, Tamilnadu. He was formerly an agricultural
scientist with specialization in Agricultural
Entomology and worked for 42 years in plant
protection covering varied crops like rice,
sugarcane, banana, pulses, coffee, pepper etc.,
He published 156 research papers and popular
articles. He was initiated, by Guru Tattva Gnyani
Vethathiri Maharishi in the year 1967, in the
system of simplified kundalini yoga (SKY). At present he is working
on Bio-prospecting the scientific principles on the use of BioElectromagnetic Energy as a new paradigm in improving soil health,
crop productivity and drought resistance (Benefits of blessings). At
present he is fully dedicating in the service to humanity through
World Community Service Centre (WCSC) founded by his Guru Yogiraj
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Vethathiri Maharishi. As a Senior Professor of SKY, he is involving in


taking the Simplified kundalini Yoga system developed by his Guru
Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi to educational Institutions and other
Govt. organizations. He has visited USA, UK, Germany, France,
Singapore, Malaysia, and United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar,
Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka spreading the message of Swamiji
Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi for world peace through peace in the
individual, family and world as a whole.

Prof. Nitin J.Vyas


Prof. Nitin J. Vyas is a former Professor and Head
Dept. of Philosophy, and also former Dean at Faculty
of Arts, Maraja Sayajirao. University of Baroda. He
has many research papers articles, and published
books. Some of his works a re Evil, Suffering and
Salvation: A Comparative perspective in Religions
(1982). Some Contemporary Researches in Indology (Aligarh-1983),
Gurudeva Rambhau Ranade-M.S. Univiersity, Vadodara (1986).
Upalabdhi (Ed. Vol.) Vadodara (1996).Dr. Vyas was nominated as
sectional president, Alkhil Bharatiya Darshan Parishad at Agra (1990).
He chaired International Interfaith Dialogue Meets at Cochin (1996)
and Varanasi (1997). He was invited for Interfaith Dialogue at Bali,
Indonesisa (1996) and delivered Endowment lectures at Indian
Philosophical Congress, Jabalpur (1996) , Haridwar (1997), Bodhagaya
(1998).He was invited to participate in Religions Meet Religions:- An
international seminar at free University, Amsterdam (2001). Dr. Vyas
is a member, Board of Studies at Gujrat University (Ahmedabad,
Saurashtra University (Rajkot), M.L. Sukhadia Univesity, (Udaipur).
He is a member of Jain Academy, Board and Secretary of Gujarat
Tatvanjana Parishad, Ahmedabad. He acted as NSS Programme Officer
of Faculty of Arts, (1988-1992) and later served in NSSs Advisory
Committee(1993-95).
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Dr. Mukesh Maru


He is Director, MTM Convent School and Trustee- Ganga Sewa Samiti
and a social worker. He is actively involved in public welfare ,
promotion of education and protection of cultural
heritage .He is especially dedicated to the
rejuvenation of rivers .He is the author of the
book GANGA Ek Abhivyakti which describes the
cultural and social importance of river Ganga. He
is also engaged in educating the students of
remote areas, and make them self employed.

Dr. Sachindra
Ex-Registrar, BNMU Madhepura (Retired), Reader, Dept. Of English,
T.P. College Madhepura. He has a number of publications to his credit.
Some of his publications are A Man With Globe in
Mind (1989), Jativihin Bharat-Sujat Bharat (1999),
Jativihin Samaj Nirman ka Madhepura Karykram
(2000), Samajik Parivartan ki Nai Drishti(2002), ,
Punjivadi Moudrik Samaj- Punjivad ka Antim
Charan(2002), Vishva ki Teen (Bharat, China, ArabEurope) Utpadan Evam Seva Pranaliyon ke kramik
Vikas ke Mul Niyam(2003), Marxvad-Lelinvad Aur Bhartiya Vichar
(2004), Janmna Jatiya Samajvad Aur Soviet Samajvad Ek Tulnatmak
Adhyayan (2005), The Caste Economy and Vedant and The Varna
System(2010), The Scientific Interpretation of The Caste System in
India (2010).

Shlesha Sachindra
Shlesha Sachindra Senior Research Fellow (UGC
NET/JRF) Dept. of Sanskrit, Pali & Prakrit VB
Santiniketan, M.A. in Sanskrit from Miranda House
(University of Delhi), Presented her papers in many
national and international conferences, seminars
and congresses which have been sponsored by
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many Institutes, Faculties and Departments. She has presided over


several national seminars as co-chairperson. She is an assistant editor
of the first Sanskrit -E-journal Jahnavi. She is the correspondent of
the monthly magazine The Core Hindi and English is published
form New Delhi. She is the active worker of Itihas Sankalan Yojna
(Platform of the re-write the history of the Rightist wing) in West
Bengal.

Dr. Vaibhav Soni


He is a Ph.D in Applied Economics and Business Management,
Principal in Shree Sadguru Sankalp School and
College of Computer Education (Managed by
Shree Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust, Mafatlal Group)
Anandpur, Dist. Vidisha (MP). As a person he is
dedicated to the promotion of self-employment
and skill development program for all student of
remote areas skills such as preparing handicrafts,
stitching, and computer.

Prof. Balaganapathi Devarakonda


Prof. Balaganapathi Devarakonda is an alumni of the University of
Hyderabad and is in the field of teaching for 16
years. He is presently teaching Philosophy in the
University of Delhi. His research interests include
Historiography of Indian Philosophy, Philosophy of
Religion, Globalisation and Education, and
Philosophy of Human Rights. He has many
publications to his credit in the areas of Political
Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, Social Philosophers
of Modern Andhra and Contemporary Understanding of Indian
Philosophy.
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Prof. Jaidev Dasgupta


Dr. Jaidev Das, the author of In Search of Immortality, is a scientist,
technologist, and entrepreneur. He is deeply interested in Indic
thought systems and their relevance in modern
contexts. He has an M.Sc. in Physics from Jiwaji
University and a Ph.D. in Biology from Panjab
University, India. Dr. Dasgupta has worked at
multiple internationally reputed institutes for
science namely, Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, Mumbai,
India, Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, USA, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA, where he
was a faculty member conducting research in human immunology
and cancer biology.
Dr. Dasgupta transitioned to industry with the goal of applying
information technology to facilitate biomedical research. In industry,
he held senior level leadership positions in information systems
companies, launched his own company marketing a system for
managing clinical research, and did Life Sciences consulting with
multinational consulting firms.

Shri. S.R.Krishna Murthy


S.R. Krishna Murthy had a long and illustrious service with the LICof
INDIA. He retired after completing a service of 35
years in 1992. He is a recipient of presitigious
S.K.Desai Memorial Award in 1977. Several of his
technical works are enshrined in Insurance
journals. His work National Economic Policy on
Wages, Prices and Profits had the unique
distinction of being considered by a Committee;
constituted by the Government of India under the chairmanship of
the noted economist Dr.S.Bhoothalingam in 1978. He served the
Bangalore Insurance Institute; and the Insurance Institute of India
from 1965 to 1992 in different honorary capacities. He was an
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Actuarial Consultant to Canara, Corporation and Vijaya Banks from


1972 to 1975.
Researching into Valmiki Ramayana and Vedas since 2006, he wrote
Valmiki Ramayanada AntaraarthagaLu in Kannada, (published in
2008); Vedocchistam Jagatsarvam (Sanskrit); now being considered
for publication; and a compendium on Sandhyavandane (Kannada).
He is member of WAVES-India; and has been participating actively in
national and international Seminars conducted by various Universities
and other academic bodies.

Dr. Ravi P. Bhatia


Ravi P Bhatia is aPh.D. (Nuclear Physics) Univ. of
Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, Retired from Delhi
University in December 2004 as Director of
Publications. He has taught Physics, Mathematics
and Statistics and Education at various Universities
such as University of Massachusetts USA, Panjab
University, Chandigarh and Delhi University, He has
also been teaching Human Rights Course and Gandhian Studies in
Delhi University. He has been Nominated as Peace Ambassador in
October 2005 by Universal Ambassador Peace Circle, Geneva and is
in the managing committee of International Peace Research
Association (IPRA), Japan, Indian Association of Canadian Studies,
New Delhi, Asia Pacific Peace Research Association (APPRA).
He was awarded Commonwealth scholarship for visits to various
Universities in UK in 1990. He attended and presented papers and
chaired sessions in several Conferences and Meetings on Peace and
Conflict resolution in India, Korea, Canada, France, Belgium, Australia,
Cambodia, and USA etc.
He has Several publications in the areas of Education, Peace Research,
Human Rights, Gandhian Studies, Constitutional Lawin research
journals, science magazines, newspapers.
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Dr. (Mrs.) Vinaya Ballakur


Formerly, a Medical Officer, CGHS, New Delhi the
author is an Ayurvedic Physician with over 25 years
of professional experience. She has also done her
masters in Sanskrit. She was awarded Ph.D. degree
for her thesis titled Tissue Regeneration and
Wound Healing: Concepts, Principles and
Techniques in Ayurvedic Literature from the
University of Hyderabad. At present she is a
consulting Ayurvedic Physician at IIIT, Hyderabad and also has her
own private practice. She has presented papers at seminars and
conferences. She has published a number of articles in national and
international journals. She has also contributed to the academic field
by teaching History, Philosophy and Science of Ayurveda to
International students of SIP at University of Hyderabad. She is an
editorial board member and reviewer at Journal of Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Innovations (JPSI). She is also a peer reviewer at
International Ayurvedic Medical Journal (IAMJ).

Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad


Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad is Associate Professor and Head
in the Dept. of Sanskrit Studies, School of
Humanities,University of Hyderabad. He holds an
Acharya and a Vidyavaridhi in Navya-Nyaya. Earlier,
he has worked as a Member Technical Staff in
Indian Heritage Group, C-DAC, Bangalore. He is
currently working on the philosophy and science
of Ayurveda with a team of Sanskrit and B.A.M.S. students. He has
guided a number of Ph.D. students. He is also an editorial board
member at International Ayurvedic Medical Journal (IAMJ).

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Dr. Jamuna N
Dr. Jamuna N. is a medical Aroma therapist with about 16 years of
experience in the field. She practices Natural
Therapies, Acupuncture/cosmetic acupuncture/
sonopuncture/ultrasound puncture acupressure,
aromatherapy/medicinal aromatherapy, Yoga,
DietCounseling, Herbal Remedies, Reflexology bach
flower therapy, colourtherapy, magnetic therapy
hypnotherapy, music therapy, bio chemic & homoeopathy, herbal
medicine/ayurveda. Her expertise lies in designing natural therapy
and drugless therapy technique for individual patients depending on
body constitution and health status.conceiving, planning &
implementing natural therapies (pharma) & drugless therapies. She
has attended a number of national and international conference in
Naturopathy & Arogya. She is also a recipient of 5 gold medals. She
is also a receiptnt of best researcher award and other awards and
has a number of publications to her credit.

Ajay Mishra
Dr Ajay Kumar Mishra is Recipient of President Award Govt of India
(2005), working as a Assistant Professor, in faculty
of Sahityasastra Department at Rashtriya Sanskrit
Sansthan Bhopal Campus under M/O HRD Govt of
India. He has teaching experience of more than 07
years . Seven PhD research scholars are perusing
their research under his supervision, he is also
advisor for PhD research scholars in University of
Delhi . The specialized fields are poetics and literary criticism as well
as the sister disciplines. He is the member of several academic bodies
in parent and other universities. He has published five books, 75
research papers and more than 20 articles as well as several creative
writing in Sanskrit poetry and translations from Sanskrit into Hindi
published in leading journals like Samkaleen Bharatiya Sahitya Sahitya
Academy Delhi. National Channel Programme. I have worked as Public
Relation Officer I/C and Instructor in Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan,
Head Qts Delhi-110058.
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Prof. G.C. Maheshwari


Prof. Girish Chandra Maheshwari (b. June 7, 1950) has been Dean
and Professor of Management (Finance,
Accounting and Strategy Area) of Faculty of
Management Studies, The M.S. University of
Baroda. A Graduate (1970) and post-graduate
(1972), (securing first rank in both) in Commerce
from Agra University (1972), he obtained his Ph.D.
degree from University of Delhi (1984). His Doctoral
Research on Measurement of Business Income: A Study of Selected
Corporate Enterprises in India was published as a book titled Business
Income and Changing Prices (Academic Publications, Delhi).
His teaching assignments spanned over four decades included stints
at Delhi University, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and
culminating at The MS University of Baroda (1984-2012).

Prof. Vijay Kumar Shrotia


Vijay Kumar Shrotryia is Professor of HR at Department of Commerce,
Delhi School of Economics. Prior to this he was
Professor and Head, Department of Commerce,
North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. He has been
actively involved in teaching, research and
administration and has contributed towards making
teaching, research and learning an interesting
experience. He has received Young Researcher Award
from Indian Accounting Association and is Fellow of All India
Commerce Association. World Education Congress has awarded him
with best professor in Human Resource Management in 2012.
He taught in Bhutan for around a decade and developed interest in
the study of happiness, well-being and quality of life and completed
one UNFPA project. It further led him to conduct two follow-up studies
with a gap of 5 years each. His publications on happiness and wellbeing are well cited internationally. His research interests include
Organizational Effectiveness, Happiness and Well-being and he has
more than 50 publications to his credit. He is working towards
designing a model for making happy organizations. He writes on
contemporary issues in periodicals, websites and blogs.
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R K Singh
R K Singh is Professor of HR at Department of Commerce, Delhi
School of Economics. In his two and half decades
of journey so far he has taught at Shri Ram
College of Commerce and Jamia Millia Islamia in
addition to many other prestigious institutions.
He has also worked as Deputy Dean Academics
of University of Delhi. He has authored more than
two dozen research papers and books in the areas
pertaining to spirituality, managing human resource and human
diversity.

Dr. Ajay Jha


Dr. Ajay Kumar Jha is a Sanskrit scholar with specialisation in Sanskrit
Poetics. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Sanskrit from University of Delhi.
He has been working as an assistant professor in
Satyawati College, University of Delhi since 2001.
He has 15 years experience of teaching at UG level
as well as PG level in University of Delhi. He has
authored 4 books. About 12 research papers of
Dr. Jha have been published in reputed journals.
He has presented more than 40 research papers
in various national and international conferences. The Delhi Sanskrit
academy have honoured him by Sanskrit samaradhaka samman 2015
and 2016.

Dr. Shikha N. Khera


Dr. Shikha N. Khera is Assistant Professor in
Delhi School of Management, Delhi
Technological University. Her areas of interest
are Human Resource Management,
Organization Behaviour, Organization
Development and Change. She has done M.B.A.
in Human Resource Management and
Marketing from H N B Garhwal University, Srinagar, Uttaranchal and
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a Ph.D. in Management from University School of Management


Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi. She has
more than 9 years of experience in academics. During her academic
career she has to her credit the publication of few research papers
and presentation of a research paper at an international conference.

Karishma Gulati
Ms. Karishma Gulati is an Assistant professor in
Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
(affiliated to GGSIPU). She is also pursuing her
Ph.D in Management from DTU (formerly
known as Delhi College of Engineering). She is
NET (Management) qualified and has done her
Masters in Business Administration with First
Division from BCIPS, affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi.
She also holds the degree of BE in CSE from BMIET, MDU Rohtak.
She is having experience of 1.5 years in academia in institutions like
Dronacharya College of Engineering. Her areas of interests are
Management Information System, E-Business, Knowledge
Management, Business Intelligence, Strategic Management and
General Management etc. She has authored various research papers
which have been published in various Management Journal of
International (Inderscience and SAGE publisher) and National repute.
She has also attended various seminars and workshops, related to
SPSS.

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Part II

ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS

ABSTRACT OF PAPERS
1. Imbibing Ancient wisdom through
Multimedia Transforms Modern Education
Dr. Ramanath Pandey
2. Ancient Wisdom in Modern Education
Dr. Amal Kumar Harh
3. Law of Causality and Idea of Time in the Theory of Karma
Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pandey
4. Consciousness-based Education: A Modern Approach to Bridge Vedic
Science and Modern Science
Dr. Anil Maheshwari
5. The Principle of Cause & Effect in Nature and the Law of Karma
Dr. S. Letchoumanane
6. Harnessing the Power of the Mind for Inner Awakening
Dr. S. Letchoumanane
7. The Educational Challenge and the Destiny of Man
Nitin. J. Vyas
8. Multimedia Learning Transcends Materialistic & Superficial Living
Dr. Jagdish Kohli
9. Effectiveness of Multimedia Technology in the Learning Process
Dr. Mukesh Maru
10. The power of multimediato transform education
Jagdish Solanki
11. Dynamic Nature of Education & Its Ills in the Modern Era
Prof. Sachindra & Shlesha Sachindra
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12. Current Crisis in Education Causes & Remedies


Dr. Vaibhav Soni
13. Impact of Globalization on Education: Place of Knowledge, Learner,
Teacher and Infrastructure
Prof. Balaganapathi Devarakonda
14. Modern Packaging of the Ancient Wisdom: Learning by drawing from
the Past
Dr. Shikha N. Khera, Ms. Yukti Ahuja
15. Ancient Wisdom, Modern Education
Dr. Jaidev Dasgupta
16. Vedas the only Anti-dote to all the Ills that plague the Education
Shree S.R. Krishna Murthy
17. Using Forests for Teaching Environmental Values
Dr. Ravi P. Bhatia
18. Interconnected Perception of Life: Well-Being through Ayurveda
Dr. Vinaya Ballakur & Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad
19. Medicinal Aromatherapy Ancient Wisdom of Fragrant Science
For Health and Well Being of Body Mind and Soul in Modern
Dr. Jamuna N
20. Sanskrit and Globalization: The Role of Multimedia
Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra
21. Ancient Wisdom and Value Based Management(VBM)
Dr. Ramanath Pandey & Prof. G.C. Maheshwari
22. Ancient Indian Fables and Modern Management: Some Insights from
Panchatantra
Prof V.K. Shrotryia & Prof. R.K. Singh
23. Sattva, Rajas and Tamas energies in nature and human beings
Dr. Ajay Jha
24. Designing Organization Structure for Tacit & Explicit
Knowledge Sharing Using Ancient Wisdom
Dr. Shikha N. Khera & Dr. Karishma Gulati

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Imbibing Ancient wisdom through


Multimedia Transforms Modern Education
Dr. Ramanath Pandey

Ancient wisdom learning through multimedia means applied form of


teachings of scriptures using more than one medium of expression
or communication for enhancement of educational system for the
welfare of an individual, society and the nation. Thus, present work
focuses to impart knowledge-contents depicted in original sources
using of a variety of artistic or communicative media such as
manuscript, text, audio, images, animation, video etc. The term
Multimedia is opposed with media which uses only involving or
limiting to basic mode like computer displays such as text-only or
traditional forms of printed or hand-produced material(manuscripts).
I have argued in this work that various thoughts of ancient scriptures
have holistic approach while dealing with a situation or problem
prevailing in modern educational system. Therefore, knowledge
should be integrated with various form of modern education
regardless to professional and traditional education.
Key words: Holistic, Consciousness, Neuroscience, Vedic Sciences

Ancient Wisdom in Modern Education


Dr. Amal Kumar Harh

Education is the process of manifesting the inner potential of man.


However, the present system of education has led to degradation of
values. Therefore, there is a need of necessary changes in its outlook.
The real objective of the present system should be to educate the
coming generation for making them human not machines. For this
very purpose educational system should be focused on value based
education. Education should be to help others and promote
harmonyin society. It must be to discover the true values which
come with unbiased investigation and self-awareness. When there is
no self-knowledge, self-expression becomes self-assertion, with all
its aggressive and ambitious conflicts. Education should awaken the
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capacity to be self-aware and not merely indulge in gratifying selfexpression.


Keywords: Avidya, ParvidyaSelf-awareness, Self-consciousness,Selfexpression

Law of Causality and Idea of Time in the Theory of Karma


Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pandey

Karman signifies action physical, mental and verbal as well. It is


opposed to physical sciences which are based on law of relativity
and causation. However, the metaphysical meaning is more
encompassing and appears to be holistic in nature. Therefore, it
resonates in all religious faith of the world. In present paper author
has made an attempt to understand the similarities in the origin of
the basic laws of physics including the Newtons laws of motion and
the Theory of Karman. The law of cause and effect forms an integral
part of ancient wisdom, which has been termed as law of karman.
The main objective of the present work is to interpret the similarities
between the basic laws of physics and theory of Karman propounded
by ancient Indian wisdom. The problem of arbitrariness in time that
is observed in the Theory of Karman is also discussed using the
concept of time that exists currently according to the modern science.
Keywords: Living, Non-living, Relativity. Result, Time

Consciousness-Based Education: A Modern Approach to


Bridge Vedic Science and Modern Science
Dr. Anil Maheshwari

The role of education is to help discover what is hidden from view.


Consciousness-based Education TM (CBE) is a way to raise the
consciousness of the student while imparting knowledge about the
subjects of the external world. Ideally, CBE would completely purify
the student from all stresses and expand the capacity of his mind to
achieve its infinite potential. This can be achieved by daily practice
of transcendental meditation; and by connecting every topic and
class session in every branch of knowledge to the wholeness. CBE
will ultimately connect every student with the Unified Field of all the
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laws of nature, which is the source of all happiness, creativity and


invincibility. This paper will present the many benefits of CBE and
how it can be implemented across all education institutions.
Keywords: Consciousness, Intellectual development, Purpose of life,
Vedic education, Wholeness

The Principle of Cause & Effect in Nature and the Law


of Karma
Dr S Letchoumanane

The phenomenon of man comprises physical body, life force, bio


magnetism and mind. Life force is the manifested state of Divine
absolute with functional order called consciousness. In man
consciousness is conditioned by sensory experiences of pain and
pleasure. It has the potential to develop to perfection to reach Totality.
Realization of universal being will liberate man from ego, imprints of
sins and illusion. Yoga is leading ones life in tune with nature
respecting the law of nature without disturbing the rhythm of its
function. To maintain peace and harmony in ones life and in the
society the irrefutable law of cause and effect system should be
understood and respected when it becomes worship of God. Karma
is action towards a result. Whatever action we do the result is
imminent; it is manifestation of God. The universal power of justice
governing entire universe has a pattern, precision and regularity giving
specific result for every action. Consciousness extends its activities
through bio magnetism in human body to universal magnetism in
the universe. When man functions with his egoistic peripheral
knowledge, the bio magnetic waves in him disturb first the normal
functioning of his physical body, life force and mind. This derangement
causes disturbances to other individuals starting from family members
to society. This occurs again under the Divine law of self-action,
chain action, reflex action and result. Understanding and respecting
this cause and effect system and the relationship between man and
universe only will bring prosperity, satisfaction and peace in mankind.
Keywords: Nature, Consciousness, Karma Yoga, Morality, Society
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Harnessing the Power of the Mind for Inner Awakening


Dr S Letchoumanane

The ultimate purpose of Mans life is to develop his consciousness to


realize the self which will unfold the mysteries and secrets of the
universe. In this process of understanding consciousness there should
be freedom for the mind to attain its perfection without obstruction
by pains to the physical body. To maintain the body in harmony,
material and friendship are indispensable. For the mentioned two to
be ensured three virtues namely morality, duty and charity are
essential. To understand the value of these three virtues,
understanding of (1) Universal being (2) Functions and results of life
force and soul; and (3) law of karma (cause and effect system) in
practical experience, is essential. Non understanding of these three
is the main causes for the emergence and spreading of all problems,
disturbances and chaos in the life of mankind. It is essential to develop
intellectual courage and accept the existence of the aforesaid truths.
Keywords: Consciousness, Space and Time, Plenum, Divine
Absolute, bio- magnetism

The Educational Challenge and the Destiny of Man


Nitin. J. Vyas

The technique of enlightened action, explored in ancient scriptures


followed by great personalities like Buddha to Gandhi, since ancient
to modern era has been passed on to humanity. However, at present
even science and technology have been so developed that changed
the entire technique of work performance of mankind. But, the main
objective of man is missing in present age of globalization especially
in educational system. Our living experience is explored by material,
mental and spiritual planes of existence. The realization of the divinity
within us has been the goal of ancient Indian wisdom. It is wisdom
which makes us open our eyes to the fact that we cannot achieve
our goal through our materialistic way of life. So there is a need
purify our conscience through applied form of wisdom in personal
and professional life as well. In the present work, ideas are expressed
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on how educational challenges can be met imparting applied aspects


of ancient knowledge using multimedia.
Keywords: Awakening, Education, Ethico-spiritual, Westernism

Multimedia Learning Transcends Materialistic


and Superficial Living
Dr. Jagdish Kohli

Human life on planet earth is a continuous process happening from


millions of years. A human-being is created by an act of nature
resulting in a complex and wonderful biological instrument of creation
functioning with trillions of vibrating cells. It is a self-learning and
self-surviving system after some initial years of care and support
from parents or other care takers. Physical body, an emotional mind
and life energy called spirit are the building blocks of a human. The
five senses of seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching bring in
the information from the external environment and thus create the
perception of life in the human mind. When a human-being limits
ones learning only through five sensory organs one only creates and
lives a limited, incomplete or semi-human life. This way of learning
and daily living is full of a lot of struggle, frustration, pain and
suffering. This is the current state of most of humanity on planet
earth.
Keywords: Cognitive science, Consciousness, Perception, Selfobservation, Spiritual science

Effectiveness of Multimedia Technology


in the Learning Process
Dr. Mukesh Maru

The Multimedia Technologies that have had the greatest impact in


education are those that augment the existing curriculum, allowing
both immediate enhancement and encouraging further curriculum
development. The development of Multimedia technologies for
learning offers new ways in which learning can take place in schools
and home. The growth in use of Multimedia within the education
sector has accelerated in recent years, and looks set for continued
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expansion in the future. Multimedia class rooms provide the student


chances for interacting with diverse texts that give them a solid
background in the tasks and content mainstream college courses.
Keywords: Learning, Text, Video, Sound, graphics and animation

The power of multimediato transform education


Jagdish Solanki

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of


knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods
include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed
research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of
educators, but learners may also educate themselves. Education can
take placein formal or informal settings and any experience that has
a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be
considered educational. The methodology of teaching is called
pedagogy. The French sociologist Emile Durkheim shows the major
function of education as the transmission of societys norms and
values. Society can survive only if these exists among its members as
sufficient degree of homogeneity; education perpetuates and
reinforces this homogeneity by fixing in the child from the beginning
the essential similarities which collective life demands. Without these
essential similarities, cooperation, social solidarity and therefore
social life itself would be impossible. Education, and in particular the
teaching of history, provides this link between the individual and
society. If the history of their society is brought alive to children they
will come to see that they are part of something larger than
themselves: they will develop a sense of commitment to the social
group.

Dynamic Nature of Education & Its Ills in the Modern Era


Prof. Sachindra & Shlesha Sachindra

On the basis of the philosophy of dialectical and historical materialism,


the five branches of creation, described by the Taittiriopanishad in
the Shikshavalli chapter, have been explained and interpreted to reveal
the law of karma and the principles of education of the ancient
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Indian society before the advent of money and market. This research
paper tries to demonstrate the difference between the four termed
logic of the ancient Indian philosophy of karma and education and
the three termed logic of karma and education as developed by the
ancient western philosophers like Plato and Aristotle. The western
three termed logic treats mankind as mortal animal and the four
termed logic of the Taittriopanishad treats mankind as the conscious
immortal off-spring of Fire, Air, Water, Earth and Sky, the unconscious
forces of creative labour of Nature.
Unfortunately, the philosophy of man is an animal has become
the global law of karma and education. In developing social orders
of the western society, the animal human being has become the
rational animal and after the emergence of the global social machine
production and service system, it has become the technical rational
animal. But ultimately man is an animal. This logical concept of
mankind makes global society violent. The four termed logic treats
mankind as the conscious being of creative labour, free from violence.
So, if we want to free the present global society from animality, we
have to bring the four termed logic of karma and education into
global practices. In this light of the interpretation of the Shikshavalli,
the Indian philosophy of karma and education requires deep research
for making a Non-violent world.
Keywords: Four termed logic-Thesis, Anti-thesis, synthesis, Agent,
State,Natures labour based epoch,Social labour based epoch before
money and market, Social labour based epoch after money and
market, Social machine labour based epoch, Three termed logicThesis, Anti-thesis, Synthesis

Current Crisis in Education Causes & Remedies


Dr. Vaibhav Soni

The concern till recently in educational sector was of talent


identification. The education level in terms of knowledge and skills
was not meeting the requirements of the industry. Young graduates
were falling short not only on basics of theory but also on human &
technical skills. The issue and challenge is neither easy to understand
nor the solution is easy. This calls for analyzing all the components
of human resource development and an overhauling of the different
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sections of the system. Though the crisis of talent is faced by the


industry but it is the education system that fuels it. The education
systemand the job market have close relationship and have to move
in accordance and complete understanding of each other. The purpose
of this paper is to highlight problem areas and suggest corrective
applications for preparing and precipitating right talent from talent
pool.
Keywords: Cognitive, Challenge, Skills, Human, Curriculum

Impact of Globalization on Education: Place of Knowledge,


Learner, Teacher and Infrastructure
Balaganapathi Devarakonda

The global economic engine supported by modern education has


created a paradigm shift in traditional notions of the learner, the
teacher, the knowledge dissemination and the related infrastructure.
This has led to challenges in the form of adaptation to newer
approaches that cater to the globalized citizen. Modern education
must be transformed to meet the needs of all citizens.
Further, the conventional role of a teacher will come to an end in
the emerging consciousness based education system. A teacher will
assume the role of a Knowledge Facilitator. A number of ideas related
to the impact of globalization on education have been explored in
the present work.
Keywords: Fluid workplaces, Glitizen (globalized Citizen),
Knowledge-based economy, Knowledge facilitator

Modern Packaging of the Ancient Wisdom: Learning by


drawing from the Past
Dr. Shikha N. Khera & Ms. Yukti Ahuja

Modern world is undergoing a phase of transition. In a state of influx


people are trying to catch up with the early Indian wisdom. India has
many sources of ancient wisdom the Vedas, the Upanishads, the
Puranas, the epics (Mahabharta and Ramayana). The wisdom stored
in these assets is a rich heritage that can be extended and applied
to the Indian scenario. The principles in the scriptures are today
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preached and practiced at modern day Gurukuls, business schools


and corporates. People from all walks of life are gradually recognising
the relatedness and the pertinence of drawing from the past riches
in order to combat the current situations in the global arena. This
research paper is an investigation into how ancient wisdom has
become a source of inspiration and reservoir of knowledge for
business practitioners, academicians and students.
Keywords: Ancient wisdom, management students, corporates

Ancient Wisdom, Modern Education


Dr. Jaidev Dasgupta

The purpose of education is to prepare people for a meaningful,


wholesome and satisfying life. Aside from literacy, its goal is to train
a person to be a thoughtful, responsible, moral and productive unit
of society. Thus the enterprise of education is not merely confined
to training people for employment but to build a happy, creative and
robust society. However, the success of this enterprise cannot only
be assured through the most up-to-date curricular content or
pedagogic excellence. To have a better outcome, a person also has
to be prepared to understand the purpose of education both at the
individual as well as societal levels. Besides achieving technical
excellence in a discipline, a student should also develop a broader
perspective of life involving social and ethical thinking, enabling him
to see himself as an agent engaged in creative activities supporting
society. It is in this regard the paper explores how principles and
insights derived from ancient wisdom might help in guiding modern
education in secular India.

Vedas the only Anti-dote to all the Ills that plague the
Education
S.R. Krishna Murthy

Education is the foundation of a civilized society. Over the past many


decades the quality of education imparted to its citizens has been
completely deteriorated. This can be observed in the character of
the public officials and political leaders as they promote corruption
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in most of their activities. Lack of cooperation between the political


classesin solving serious problems of poverty, disease, healthcare,
illiteracy, pollution results into a chaotic climate in the society. This
continued moral degradation of human character has created a lot
of turmoil all over the world. In this state of helplessness, humanity
has to turn to age-old Vedic knowledge to seek guidance and address
the growing human suffering. Here we discuss the Vedic ways to
purify the human mind before any other improvement can happen.
Human mind has accumulated a lot of irrelevant thoughts, desires
and toxic beliefs about the purpose of life. Living life with a continuous
flow of these thought energies of likes and dislikes continues to bring
daily sufferings to most people. Purifying the human mind is the
only way to improve individual life and guide other members of the
family and society to follow the same. The process of mind purification
leads to inner awakening which is very much required in the leaders
at all levels of the society. So, inner awakening is the only way to
bring lasting peace first in some individuals and then in the global
human society.
Keywords: Wholesome, Interconnection, Standards, Wellness,
Consciousness

Using Forests for Teaching Environmental Values


Dr Ravi P Bhatia

Forests can be used to teach students not only how to protect the
environment but also values of coexistence of life and how each part
forming this diversity supports the other. Students can learn how
forests also support human life by providing oxygen, fruit, timber
and other necessities.
Education is a potent means of imparting values among students.
Keeping this in mind and in response to several petitions made by
scholars and lawyers, the Supreme Court of India (SCI) had in 1987
ordained that students both in schools and colleges should be taught
about the importance of a clean environment. As a result the Indian
Constitution had added a fundamental duty along with other duties
for citizens of India. Article 51 A (g) of our Constitution (1) states
that - it shall be the duty of every citizen of India to protect and
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improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and


wild life ...
Life consists not only of human beings but also of the ecosystem
animal, fish and flora. The ecosystem is interdependent on each
other in different complex ways.. And forests provide the ideal natural
habitat for the ecosystem to flourish.
Forests are also abodes of peace. Here peace implies wellbeing,
harmony and being one with nature. According to the Indian religious
and philosophical texts Vedas, the tree kalpvriksha has wonderful
properties. A person sitting beneath this tree in a contemplative
stance gains knowledge and spiritual strength. For Buddha, it
conferred enlightenment. RomilaThapar, the internationally acclaimed
historian has highlighted the significance of forests and trees from
the earliest times in the Indus Valley civilization. She talks of the love
for and veneration of trees and their worship by people from pre
historic times.For the tribal people (Adivasis), forests and forest lands
have been their habitats and homes for centuries. They are happy to
live in the so called primitive conditions of the forests which provide
them food, water, fishing and hunting opportunities. They are able
to grow some crops by simple means called jhoom cultivation what
is today termed as organic farming.
Keywords: Diversity, Ecosystem, Environment

Interconnected Perception of Life:


Well-Being through Ayurveda
Dr. Vinaya Ballakur
&
Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad

Ayurveda, a system of health based on concepts of wholeness and


unity of all creation encompasses the practice of interconnectedness
of life as a foundation of health and well-being. This paper explores
the concept of interconnectedness in a human-being from an
Ayurvedic perspective at different planes. (a) at the individual level,
(b) as a unit, (c) as a part of the universe (d) interactions with the
environment and (e)in the continuity of life. An acknowledgement of
our interlinked health through family, society, community and entire
humanity leads to better diagnostic and clinical outcomes. The
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practice of interconnectedness to promote healing is absent in


modern medical curriculum. Just awareness of ancient wisdom is
not enough. It must be made part of text books and incorporated as
best practices through the multimedia technologies.
Keywords: Ancient wisdom, Pacamahbhta, Healing,
Interconnectedness.

Medicinal Aromatherapy Ancient Wisdom of


Fragrant Science For Health and Well Being
of Body Mind and Soul in Modern
Dr. Jamuna N

Medicinal aromatherapy is an ancient system of treatment which is


closely linked with Ayurveda the science of life. Gandhasara of
Gangadhara is an unknown treatise on Gandhasastra- Aromatherapy
as was called in ancient times. This science makes use of distillates
of essential oils of herbs to treat a variety of conditions. Certain
marmas or pressure points are stimulated with essential oils to
balance the doshasVata, Pitta and Kapha.This paper throws light on
this ancient form of treatment and its varied applications in present
times. Aromatherapy is a safe, non-invasive effective form of
treatment from the treasure trove of our ancient wisdom like
Ayurvedashastra and Gandhashastra.
Keywords: Distillate, Essential oils, Gandhasastra, Marma

Sanskrit and Globalization: The Role of Multimedia


Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra

The Vedic concept of global humanism should be treated in an


innovative and a fresh approach not only for its humanistic values
and thoughts, but for its educational pedagogy. In turn the vital
relation between Sanskrit and its several disciplines like Science of
Ecology, Geology, Zoology, Gardening, Ayurved and Life Management
especially Art and Culture of Acharya BharatasNatyasastra may also
play a pivotal role in this regard. Although Simona Sawhney, in her
latest arrival The Modernity of Sanskrit (Permanent Black, Ranikhet
2009) has used the terms for Sanskrit as Metaphor for institutional
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violence and the preservation of hierarchy which seems the cultural


attack through the literary diplomatic tools and these lop sided
discourse must be rectified.
It is globalization which has opened a new horizon to contribute
to the world culture and mankind through multimedia in the phase
of multiple crisis of the contemporary world. It is very authentic and
remarkable fact that it is NASA which has prescribed Sanskrit as the
fittest and most compact language for computer science. So; a good
rapport between treasure of Sanskrit and multimedia may play a
multi-dimensional role for the development and promotion of Sanskrit
knowledge and its wisdom globally.Thus, in the era of present time
there isneed toinvestigate and to approve the wisdom of intellectual
as well as traditional wisdom ofSanskrit knowledgesystem throughthe
one of the most powerful medium of communications multimedia
to establish profound and global contribution to the world of India
by dint of Sanskrit.
Keywords: Humanism, Education, Literature, Pedagogy

Ancient Wisdom and Value Based Management (VBM)


Dr Ramanath Pandey
&
Prof. G C Maheshwari

Ancient wisdom means applied form of knowledge based on ancient


Indian scriptures. Ancient Indian scriptures have rich contents of
principles which have eternal values. Values are standards of behaviors
of people while dealings with others in personal or professional life.
In context of sustainable development, the people are the most
valuable asset in any kind of organizational setup for reaching the
desired goal. Value based management (VBM) means the importance
or usefulness of good behavior of people in all respect while managing
the resources and job performance for an organizational and
institutional development. The present work tries to demonstrate to
understand the factors, which influence the enhancement of the
VsBM approach for Human Resource Manager(HRM) at work place.
The main objective is to present the current approach to the value
of a company and the value creation. The growth of an organization
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depends on humans talent as people act as change a person or thing


which takes an active role or produces a particular effect for the
implementation of any initiatives. However, apart from talents human
values are most important or beneficial for sustainable development
of an organization because in any kind of business human resources
are most effective resources. Value based management is managing
any organization by applying the principles of values by its
shareholders perspectives.

Ancient Indian Fables and Modern Management: Some


Insights from Panchatantra
Prof VK Shrotryia & Prof RK Singh

Management as a discipline entered into the formal education system


in the first part of the twentieth century. The practitioners of the
western world developed some measurable tools and methods for
managing work, resources and people. Much for the need of business
and profit making organizations of that time. It was considered that
if management would be taught to business leaders, they would
make better decisions and help achieve organizational objectives
effectively. The emergence of business schools and development of
management as discipline created a belief that with sound knowledge
of management the resource use could be optimized in the interest
of the organization. The tenets of basic management principles were
drawn from erstwhile western business practices and empirical and
experiential research conducted at different business organizations.
The activities of managing resources in a formal order through a
logical system took management nearer to the thought of considering
it to be a science, though it was the behavior, thinking and decision
making based on ones ability to judge others proved it to be an art.
The basic principles of management have enjoyed timelessness,
however what is witnessed is the change in time which has demanded
redefining these principles.
Though in formal education system management is around a
century old, ancient Indian writings, whether they are mythological
texts or contemporary writings, have rich contextual dispositions on
the issues of modern day organizational management. Modern day
management has also realized that story-telling can solve many
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complex problems. It is in this context that this paper is conceived


to bring out rich management lessons as derived through the
narrations in the fables of Panchatantra. Panchatantra stories have
strong narratives which teach many lessons that modern day
management can learn and follow.
Keywords: Ancient Wisdom, Business, India, Modern Management,
Panchatantra

Sattva, Rajas and Tamas energies in


nature and human beings
Dr. Ajay Jha

All living beings take birth in the nature, live their lives in the nature
and die in the nature. We all have experienced that the life of every
living beings is full of contradictions. No one is completely happy in
this world. In our daily living we experience the world through a
dualistic process. Action creates reaction, pleasure leads to pain and
love ends in hate. Now question arises why does this dualistic
approach happen in this world, specially, in human beings? In scientific
term the quality of our life is determined by the type of energy that
flows through our mind and body. In Sanskrit scripture, we find very
significant discussion on his issue. A well known Indian philosophical
school Sankhya established that the every worldly thing is made of
three gunas-Sattva , Rajas and Tamas and these three gunas are the
main reason of dualism in our life. In this paper I have tried to study
the impact of these three gunas or energies on our life in the light
of ancient Indian scripture.

Designing Organization Structure for Tacit & Explicit


Knowledge Sharing Using Ancient Wisdom.
Shikha N. Khera
&
Karishma Gulati

The aim of this paper is to show the association which exists among
the organization structure and knowledge sharing in the knowledgeintensive IT organizations in India. For the study five forms of
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organization structure are considered:Line organizational structure,


Functional organizational structure, Divisional organizational structure,
Project organizational structure, and Hybrid organizational structure.
The role of these structures is studied on the two forms of knowledge,
i.e. tacit and explicit knowledge sharing and then the potential
influence of these types of organization structure is studied on two
forms of knowledge.From the knowledge-based view of the firm,
hypotheses were established and statistically tested in a sample of
181 employees of top 10 IT organizations as per NASCOM 2013-14.
Structured Questionnaire was used with the aim of gathering data
regarding knowledge sharing and organizational structures in IT
organizations. The results of this study suggest that organizations
should place attention on the specific organizational structure so
that both tacit and explicit knowledge sharing can be enhanced.This
paper provides new empirical evidence on the relationships between
organizational structure and knowledge sharing in a large sample of
IT organizations in India. To date, the empirical research of this relation
has been mainly limited to descriptive case studies and there is thus
a lack of empirical evidence with large samples of firms.
Keywords: Explicit Knowledge, IT organizations, Organizational
structure, Knowledge Sharing, Tacit Knowledge.

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Dr. Paramamitra Shastri Education and


Charitable Trust (DRPSECT), Vadodara,
Gujarat, India.
DRPSECT is a Non-profit Organization (NGO). It is a charitable and
educational trust that was formed in the memory of late Dr.
Paramamitra Shastri. Dr Shastri was a renowned scholar of lndology
and Former Principal, Netarhat Residential School, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
DRPSECT was registered on 23 -11-2011 as a charitable trust and as
a society under The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, 28" (Regd. N.
F/2823Nadodara), and The Society Registration Act, 1860, 21 (Regd.
N. Gujarat/3139) and its VO/NGO Unique ID:GJ/2012/00556. It is
rendering services to needy persons and works for the welfare of
society.
Vision: To bring together scholars, experts, professionals and
students from different parts of India and the world to share their
thoughts and knowledge on ancient Indian scriptures and their
applicability in various fields of modem studies and research. Our
entire focus is to revisit and rethink the substantial material preserved
in ancient Indian scriptures that were mainly composed in Sanskrit,
Pali & Prakrit languages.
Mission: To promote educational and research activities by
cooperating and sharing information, especially in education, cultural,
sports, agriculture, environment and allied areas.
Our Motto is To promulgate the knowledge for the good of the
Universe
All members ofthe Board of Trustees and the Board of Directors/
Advisory committee ofDRPSECT are volunteers and serve without
any compensation! honorarium. It is also not influenced by any
religion or any political parties. DRPSECT is dedicated to work in the
fields of education & research and to serve all people irrespective of
their caste, creed, community or colour.
Objectives:
The Trust aims to undertake various projects & schemes in the
field of Education, Research and Welfare for the society. It also plans
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to extend support to the weaker section of the society interms of


medical relief, livelihood facility, educational facility and housing
facility.The trust has its own rules and regulation in order to plan and
implement the above said schemes for upliftment of all the people,
poor and rich, of the society irrespective of caste, creed and religion
and political affiliation.
The Trusts main objective is to concentrate on various challenges
of modem education by way of organizing various kinds of
programmes such as; seminars, conferences, workshops, meetings,
inter- active sessions across the country on various themes/subjects.
In addition to bring together, the scholars and experts of various
fields, from different parts of the world to share their thoughts and
knowledge on Indian Sastras (scriptures) covering ancient science,
medicine, and culture, and their applicability in various fields of
modem studies. Our vision is to create an academic network of
scholars who can contribute to the body of knowledge linking the
ancient Indian sciences and wisdom with the modern world.
Therefore, we are concerned with to revisiting and rethinking the
substantial material preserved in Indian scriptures in the context of
modern studies and research.
1. EDUCATIONAL:
To undertake, encourage educational activities and to uplift mental
state of the human being. It also includes increasing the availability
of educational facilities to needful students & will be helpful in
providing educational guide. For this the Trust will coordinate the
lower social strata with upper social strata with community, and in
order to reach this goal, The Trust will establish cradle house, Nursery
schools, primary, secondary and higher secondary schools, colleges,
technical schools, libraries, hostels, and other institution. The Trust
will Maintain and help them to run properly. Render knowledge
related to mental, physical, industrial, commercial, computer,
scientific, agricultural, technical, and medical. Further, the Trust will
also organize various programs to propagate this institution.It will
also establish institutions to run this and also open centres to
eradicate illiteracy and provide facilities for continuing old age
education. Render guidance and counseling services for students and
youth for their personality and career development.
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2. HEALTH:
In order to maintain good health of the community, frequently camps
will be organized for the welfare and maintenance of the health of
the people. To encourage, extend help & support through providing
various medical facilities for removing the physical illness. Trust may
also arrange various programs related to medical facilities such as
blood donation camps, family planning and organizing surgical camps.
Also establish and maintain centers for Allopathy, Ayurveda,
Homeopathic, and Unani departments and diagnostic centers,
hospitals, research centers, laboratories, etc. also may establish the
pharmacy, blood bank, and ambulance services, and such other
facilities for health. Trust will also organize health related researches,
workshop /symposium and other activities.
For fatal diseases, like AIDS, cancer & Polio etc Trust will make
efforts to provide guidance related to hazardous diseases. Also
organize programs to remove toxic habits. Under the program of
WHO organize programs related to child care, health care, nutritious
food and also handicapped, blind, etc. It will organize activities related
to all such health areas.Render help and assistance and protection
to such program.Organize cleanliness programs in the urban and
rural areas. Such programs are always to be organized
3. WOMEN DEVELOPMENT:
Trust will work for women development in all spheres. Women will
frequently organize camp and to help and assist each other and they
will make efforts for the development of women and also become
self-dependent and can live freely in society with honour. Yoga training
and education should be rendered for them.
4. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT:
Drought, food, earth quake, etc.natural disasters and difficulties which
society suffer should be given proper help. Mental deficiency, leprosy,
handicap, fracture cases, blind people should be helped. Children of
slum areas should be given proper medical and food.
5. SCHOLARSHIP:
In order to help need based and intelligent and meritorious students
intheir education facilities should be made to give scholarships, fee
ships, orphan ages, hostels, hDraries, reading rooms, and also
maintain them by proper administration.
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6. GOOD CULTURE:
The Trust will perform all kind of activities related to national
upliftment. It will make effort to create national integration. It will
promote and will effort for enhancement of the values of ancient
Indian culture & tradition. And it also will make effort to promote
ancient culture of the nation and also contribute in adequate care to
preserve and protect our ancient cultural heritage such as ancient
Indian languages, classical & Modem dances, music and other
performing arts. Trust will make effort to arise our good culture and
non-secularism in our country and will work for national development.
On the basis of our ancient Indian culture, all activities inthis area
should be undertaken.
7. To undertake activities related to khadi and rural industries. And
also household activities collect information related to this and also
organize activities for economically weaker section or backward
classes and try to help and support them and also to see that they
actually receive facilities or not. For this purpose he Trust will organize
various programs and trainings. It will also organize educational
training & guidance for women for their self-dependency and
welfare.Trust will render educational guidance, self-earning training,
tailoring classes and other kind of home industries for women. To
Provide training for their self-dependency programs related to khadi
and home industries, hut industries,etc.coming with this pheries
should be undertaken for the rural area.
8. For the rural areas, program should be undertaken so as to provide
services related to water supply, earth management, animal
management, bio-gas, land coordination, jungle development.
moisture protection, water collection, irrigation, forestry, veterinary,
waste land, development, garden arrangement, tree plantation, and
electricity protection programs should be organized through on the
basis of the community. Partnership and manage accordingly all
efforts should be made to provide clean drinking water to the villagers.
It will also work to raise the water level of the ground And to
undertake Program to dig wells and to make water seeds to deepen
ponds and dig new tank etc.
9. To Help farmers by rendering appropriate services on this subject.
The association will supply information related to different fanning
methods in villages.They will also be given knowledge about the
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technology related to hybrid seeds, chemical and natural manures,


insecticides, hybrid and simple seeds and make efforts for the easier
availabilities.Help in their easy planning and execution. They will be
also provided training and help for instruments for productivity, cropprotection and help to village fanners of the backward areas will be
provided knowledge on irrigation method, canal method, plantation
clearance, and insecticides. Through training and information they
will organize for easy availability of implements and modem facilities
related to agriculture.
10. There should be program of plantation. It should organize camps
and give knowledge how much useful is forest, birds and animals.
People should have awareness of importance of1rees and plants.
11. Human being should learn to protect village, cities and backward
people to stop child labour, stop crime and harassment done to the
women.Give training to youngsters to stop ill treatment in society
and lead the society towards progress.
Secretary
DRPSECT

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