HomeJashpur District Administration, Chattisgarh in partnership with CEERA ‘ International Seminar on Heritage and Ecology’ 15- 16 June 2019

About the seminar

The Journal for Heritage and Ecology is Calling for submissions from students, Researchers, academicians, professors , lawyers, historians and environmentalist to the 1st International Conference on Heritage and Ecology to be held on June 15th June and 16th June 2019 at the Jashpur Nagar, Chhattisgarh organised by Panchayat Ambassadors Jashpur under the supervision of District Heritage Commission Jashpur. The interdisciplinary conference draws scholars representing a diversity of perspectives on Historical and ecological development; and provides a forum for showcasing the latest developments in Historical, heritage and ecological research. The conference will host academic sessions, debates on Historical development and Ecology preservation, workshops, panel discussions, and practitioner-oriented discussions on contemporary topics in Historical Development and Ecological management.

Objectives of the Conference: The overall objective is to launch the process of the conservation of the natural heritage and leverage it for sustainable development.

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Jashpur lies in the Northern corner of Chhattisgarh adjoining the border of Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa. The North-East of Chhattisgarh- Jashpur is surrounded by huge mountains and valleys, rich with dense forest and green flora-faunas. Jashpur Nagar is located at 22.90°N 84.15°E. It has an average elevation of 753 m (2,470 ft). It is located in the Chota Nagpur Plateau and therefore the climate is cool throughout the year except for the bitter winters, when temperature falls to 0 degree Celsius. Jashpur Nagar is 42 km from the Chhattisgarh-Jharkhand border. The two states are separated at this place by Shankh river.

Jashpur was a princely state before independence. The locals say and evidence back that there was a Dom dynasty ruling the area by the middle of the 18th century. The last Dom ruler Raibhan was defeated and killed by the founder of the present Jashpur State Sujan Rai. Today’s Jashpur Royal family belongs to that dynasty. 91% of the population is rural whereas 9% belongs to the urban populace. The district is tribal-populated where 62.28% is tribal and 5.74% is the SC population. The district is famous and rich for its tribal inherent culture where 14608 are Pahadi Korvas, a primitive vulnerable tribal group and 515 are the Birhor tribes.

Introduction Note

Culture is what sets humans apart from all other organisms and enables human to adapt, innovate in order to survive and enables humans to transmit the accumulated information for posterity of future generations. Thus, the concept of cultural heritage encompasses a wide array of tangible as well as intangible aspects of culture and human existence. UNESCO has defined ‘cultural heritage’ as the entire corpus of material signs – either artistic or symbolic – handed on by the past to each culture and, therefore, to the whole of humankind and states that the preservation and the presentation of the cultural heritage are therefore a cornerstone of any cultural policy. cultural heritage considered both in time and space has broadened the concept to include both the man-made materials such as architectural complexes, archaeological sites and the natural environment. It also covers the nonphysical cultural heritage such as the signs and symbols passed on by oral transmission, artistic and literary forms of expression, languages, ways of life, myths, beliefs and rituals, value systems and traditional knowledge and customary practices pertaining to the management of resources and environment. This intangible cultural heritage is manifested inter alia in the oral traditions and expressions, including language as a vehicle of the intangible cultural heritage; performing arts; social practices, rituals and festive events; knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe; traditional craftsmanship. A cultural heritage that encompasses Cultural landscapes embraces a diversity of manifestations of the interaction between humankind and its natural environment representing the “combined works of nature and of man under the influence of the physical constraints and/or opportunities presented by their natural environment. The continued existence of traditional forms of cultural landscapes supports biological diversity in many regions of the world. Thus, the seminar is being organized with the purpose to better inform and understand the diverse dimensions of cultural heritage so as to work towards the protection of traditional cultural landscapes and thereby contribute towards maintaining biological diversity and promotes sustainable development. Considering the importance of cultural heritage and landscapes in the continuous human quest for creativity and sustainable interaction with nature, the seminar is being organized with the goal of presenting the rich repository of the cultural heritage of the people of Chhattisgarh.

Sub themes :
  • A Brief History Of Human Ecology Within The Ecological Society Of Jashpur And Speculation On Future Direction.
  • An Archaeological Study Of Stone Tools Artefacts Of The Neolithic Period From Jashpur.
  • Landmarks Of Archaeological Heritage Of Chhattisgarh.
  • Traditional / Herbal Medicine.
  • The Impact of Environmental Law: The Politics Of Protecting The Earth.
  • Significance Of Ecological And Architectural Heritage: An Historical Perspective.
  • Forest Fire and Related Components.
  • Elephant Intersections with Tribals And Villagers – A Study.
  • Folklore and Oral History.
  • Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage- Case Study.
  • Subsistence Pattern and Traditional Knowledge.
  • Conflicts in The Festivities, Rituals and Performances Of The Tribal Groups.
Call for Papers
  • Participants and Presenters (including Author and Co-author) will be required to fill out the form which will be sent through email after intimation of the selection of the paper or upon request for participation in the seminar.
  • The Registration fee needs to be paid by 08 June, 2019
  • Publication of Papers submitted will be subject to the scrutiny of the publisher.
  • The organizer invites original and unpublished Research Papers from Academicians, Students, Researchers, Professionals, and Historians on the above-mentioned sub-themes. The submission must be relevant, up-to-date, and interest to the Heritage and Ecology Commission, Jashpur.
Participants :

Local communities, youth, researchers, academicians, entrepreneurs, eco-tour operators, trainers and promoters of new ways of agriculture, government representatives (forest, environment, development), NGOs.

Submission Details

The participants are requested to send their paper along with the abstract relevant to the subthemes of the seminar jashpur.seminar@gmail.com latest by the given dates as per the following:
DetailsAbstract submissionFull Paper Submission
LengthTimes New RomanTimes New Roman
Font300- 500 words3000-5000
Font size1.51.5
Referencing StyleAPAAPA; Endnote Only
Keywords3-53-5
Last Date12th June 201912th June 2019

Note :-

  • * The abstract, as well as full paper, must include:
    a) Title of the paper
    b) Author’s name
    c) designation
    d) Institutional Affiliation
    e) Email address
  • * 04th June 2019: Early Bird Registration
  • * 08th June 2019: Last Date of Registration
  • * Registration Link : Click here for Register.
Payment Method
Account Number1238104000091251
NameJila puratatva Sangh Jashpur
AddressJila Puratatva Sangh Jashpur, Jashpur, Chhattisgarh
Pin496331
IFSCIBKL0001238
MICR 496259051

Accommodation :-

  • * The district administration would provide accommodation on twin sharing basis. Any person opting to avail the facility shall intimate their choice in the registration form.
  • * An amount of Rs. 350/- per day would be charged per person. The accommodation would be provided only from the evening of the day prior to the Seminar till the noon of the following day of the Seminar.

Fee Details

CategoryEarly Bird RegistrationLate Registration
StudentsRs.600 (Co-author Rs.800)Rs.1000
Academicians & PractitionersRs.800 (Co-author Rs.1000)Rs.1200
Research ScholarsRs.1200Rs.1500
Foreign Scholars$100$ 150
Board of Advisor
Chairman Mr.Nileshkumar Mahadev Kshirsagar Collector and DM Jashpur, Chattisgarh Chairman, History Committee
Vice- ChairmanR N Pandey, Deputy Collector
Chief Advisor Prof. Vijay Rakshit
Member SecretaryMr. Jadhav Shrikrishna, DFO Jashpur
Deputy Advisor Mr. Vinod Gupta
Program Coordinator Mr. Shikhar Shrivastava

Selected Papers

Jashpur District Administration, Chattisgarh in partnership with CEERA ‘ International Seminar on Heritage and Ecology’ 15- 16 June 2019

Name of the AuthorInstitutionAbstractTheme
Shayani Mukherjee
ILS, PuneBooksContract Management by Sports Management companies