National Seminar on Concept of Good Governance organized

Lucknow – The much-anticipated National Seminar on the “Concept of Good Governance and Developed India” organized by Atal Sushasan Peeth, Department of Public Administration, Lucknow University, unfolded with grandeur and scholarly fervor.

Distinguished guests from various spheres graced the inaugural session held at the University campus, marking the commencement of an enlightening journey. The event commenced with attendee registration, followed by the arrival of esteemed guests, setting the stage for a day of insightful discussions.

The atmosphere brimmed with enthusiasm as lamps were lit and Vandana performed, symbolizing the pursuit of enlightenment and progress. The Head of the Department, Nand Lal Bharti, extended a warm welcome to the guests, followed by faculty members Dr. Vaishali Saxena, Dr. Nandita Kosal, and Dr. Shraddha Chandra presenting bouquets, fostering an atmosphere of cordiality and respect.

A significant milestone was reached with the release of the souvenir, showcasing collaborative efforts and scholarly contributions.

Eminent personalities like Prof. Raj Sharan Shahi, National President, ABVP, and Prof. Sanjay Singh, former Vice Chancellor, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow, shared their insights on ethics and good governance.  Prof. Ajmer Singh Malik, Vice Chancellor, Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa, Haryana, delivered a keynote address, emphasizing the essence of good governance in India’s development.

The session culminated with a thought-provoking presidential address by Prof. Alok Kumar Rai, Vice Chancellor, Lucknow University, highlighting academia’s role in promoting good governance practices.

A vote of thanks was extended to the guests by the Convener, Prof. and Head, Department of Public Administration, Dr. N.L. Bharti, followed by the singing of the National Anthem, concluding the inaugural session on a patriotic note.

The first day of the seminar witnessed two technical sessions. The first session, chaired by Prof. Narendra Kumar and co-chaired by Dr. Preety Choudhari, was hosted by  Surabhi, fostering intellectual exchange among researchers from across India. The second session, chaired by Prof. I.D Mishra and co-chaired by Dr. Aditi Tyagi, was anchored by  Chetna Singh, further enriching the scholarly discourse.

Moving to the second day, the Plenary cum Technical Sessions III and IV, themed “Contemporary Leadership & Governance Models” and “Sustainable Approaches & Strategies for Developed India,” respectively, delved into innovative approaches and sustainable strategies for India’s development journey. The sessions were chaired by Dr. U.B Singh and Prof. P.N. Gautam, with co-chairs Prof. O.P.B Shukla and Prof. Gopal Prasad respectively ensuring dynamic discussions and insightful deliberations. The stage was ably handled by  Bidushee and  Kaushambi, adding a touch of professionalism to the proceedings.

The Valedictory Session, graced by Prof. ID Mishra and Prof. Arvind Awasthi, commended the Department of Public Administration for the successful organization of the seminar. Dr. Vaishali Saxena extended gratitude, acknowledging the collective efforts that ensured the conference’s success.

The event concluded on a vibrant note with a cultural program presented by University of Lucknow students, showcasing India’s rich cultural heritage. The National Seminar stands as a beacon of intellectual exchange and collaboration, propelling India towards prosperity and inclusivity through the promotion of good governance practices.



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