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Objectives of the conference: ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


1. To provide platform for academicians, NGOs
and policy makers to discuss about problems Chief Patron UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE
being faced by the working women in con-
temporary India PROF. V. G TALAWAR. CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES
2. To reinforce the current alliances and net- Hon. Vice Chancellor,
AND
works of working women to express their University of Mysore, Mysore
ideas and experiences and to support women’s CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL
capacity building at national level. Conference Coordinators EXCLUSION AND INCLUSIVE POLICY
3. To discuss about strategies, affirmative ac-
tion and policy proposals to address various PROF. M. INDIRA
issues related to working women. Director TWO DAY NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Centre for Women’s Studies ON
Call for Papers: University of Mysore, Mysore-570006 WOMEN AND WORK :
Phone No: 09448076001/0821-2419819
Abstracts (500 words) and Full Papers (5000 words) POLICIES TOWARDS ECONOMIC INCLUSION
can be submitted through Email in Word format to
PROF. RAMESH
womenseminar@yahoo.com March 21st and 22nd 2011
Professor cum Director
Important Dates: Centre for Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy,
University of Mysore, Mysore -570006
Last date for submission of abstract: 28.02.2011 To………………………….……………………
Phone No: 09448801121/0821-2419362,
Submission of Full Paper : 05.03.2011
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Acceptance to be communicated : 08.03.2011 Conference Conveners
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All papers are subject to scrutiny by an expert DR. S.M. MANGALA
committee and only the selected papers may be Assistant Professor …………………………………….……………
presented in the conference. CWS, UoM, Mysore. Cell: 09480029619
Venue :
Registration Fee: DR.SIDDARAJU V.G Rani Bahadur Institute of Management Sciences
Teachers and Academicians : Rs. 300 Reader cum Deputy Director University of Mysore, Mysore – 570006
Research Scholars and Students : Rs. 200 CSSEIP, UoM, Mysore. Cell: 09480771681
Jointly Organized by
Registration fee includes working lunch for two DR.NANJUNDA D.C
days and Conference Kit. Outstation participants Reader cum Deputy Director CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES
will be provided with local hospitality. Limited CSSEIP, UoM, Mysore. Cell: 09482955958 AND
travel grant is available for the paper presenters CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL
from outside restricted to sleeper class by train. MR.DINESHA P.T EXCLUSION AND INCLUSIVE POLICY
Request for travel assistance should be sent along Lecturer cum Assistant Director
UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE,
with the abstract submission. CSSEIP, UoM, Mysore. Cell: 09481381263
MYSORE – 570 006, KARNATAKA, INDIA
About the University that marginalization, exclusion, persecution of
• What is the role that civil society is playing?
The University of Mysore is among the foremost people on account of social, religious, caste and
gender adversely affect developmental outcomes. • Why there is a wage gap? How much of it
institutions created for promoting higher education is due to market failure?
in India. It was founded by the then Maharaja of The institutions of higher learning need to address
this issue. The primary space where ‘exclusion’ • What is the role of the state?
Mysore, His Highness Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar
IV and Dewan, renowned engineer-statesman, Sir can be studied, understood, and first transcended, • How far the corporate sector is sensitive to
M.Visvesvaraya, on July 27, 1916. When the are our universities, which can and must act as a the needs of working women?
University started working in 1916, four faculties beacon for society. The UGC has therefore decided • What are the problems faced by self
were constituted viz., Arts, Science, Engineering to support research on the issue of social exclusion, employed women?
and Technology, and Medicine. The University which has theoretical as well as policy importance.
was also administering 12 other educational
institutions. In due course the University expanded About the Conference
considerably and at present there are 122 affiliated In pursuit of understanding some of these
colleges and 5 Constituent Colleges, 37 Post Since late 80’s there is an increasing trend in work issues, a two day national conference is
Graduate Departments, 8 Specialized Research & participation of women all over the world and same organized on 21st and 22nd March 2011.
training Centres and 3 Post Graduate Centres at is the case with India. Though there is a greater
Mandya, Hassan and Chamarajanagr. participation of women in agriculture sector, the
Theoretical and empirical papers are invited
participation of women in non-agriculture sector
under the following and any other relevant
is increasing both in rural and urban areas. More
About the Centres themes
and more women are working in what are supposed
to be non traditional jobs like security, bus drivers/ • Trends in changing work participation of
Centre for Women’s Studies (CWS) is one of women
the few Centres which were started in selected conductors, hotel waiters and petrol pump
attenders etc. Majority of the women workers are • Labour market segmentation and inclusive
universities during 1986 under the implementation
in unorganized sector. growth
of the scheme on “Development of Women Studies
in Indian Universities and Colleges”. CWS at Another phenomenon is that more women are self • Labour policy and labour laws/recruitment
Mysore University started working from 1989. employed either in agriculture or non agriculture. rules
CWS offers two years Post Graduate and one year With greater emphasis on economic empowerment • Role of corporate sector in creating
Post Graduation Diploma in Women’s Studies. of women, women are engaging themselves in self opportunities and environment for women’s
employment through micro enterprises. But the work participation
Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and present employment scenario posses several • Migrant women labour social exclusion
questions like
Inclusive Policy (CSSEIP) is a University Grants • Women in unorganized sector
Commission (UGC) sponsored research centre
• Why more women are concentrated in • Supporting services for working women
functioning in University of Mysore (Karnataka)
to conduct research on the issue of social exclusion unorganized sector, why labour market is • Self employed women workers
and inclusion. The focus of research is policy segmented? • Rural employment/NREGA and women
analysis in the area of social exclusion and • Is it due to lack of capabilities or lack of • State, civil society, women and inclusive
inclusion related to Women, Dalits, tribal, religious appropriate policy? growth
minorities and marginalised groups. The Tenth • What are the conditions under which these • Women Empowerment and Social
Plan recognizes women work? Inclusion
UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE, UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE, UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE,

CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES
AND AND AND
CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION
AND INCLUSIVE POLICY AND INCLUSIVE POLICY AND INCLUSIVE POLICY
UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE, UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE, UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE,
MYSORE – 570 006, KARNATAKA MYSORE – 570 006, KARNATAKA MYSORE – 570 006, KARNATAKA

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