Programme

The Scientific Programme comprises:


1. Key note address 5. Prof. Durganand Sinha Memorial Lecture
2. NAOP's President address 6. Invited Symposia
3. Pre-Conference workshops 7. Thematic paper sessions
4. State-of- the – Art- lectures 8. Thematic poster sessions

Symposium. No. 01.

Symposium Theme :  The Social Cure (and Curse): Health from a Social Identity Perspective

Convenor: Prof Sammyh Khan, Keele University, England, UK

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Symposium. No. 02.

Symposium Theme : The Wretched of the Earth: Marginalised People’s Responses to Rejection, Degradation and Violence

Convenor : Yashpal Jogdand, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Delhi

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Symposium. No. 03.

Symposium Theme :  Revisiting the psychological discourses through neo-liberal framework

Convenor : Dr. Arvind Kumar Mishra, JNU, New Delhi

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Symposium. No. 04.

Symposium Theme :  Advances in Positive Organizational Behavior

Convenor : Dr. Kailash B L Srivastava, Professor, Head Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Kharagpur & Dr. Shailendra Singh, Director Indian Institute of Management Ranchi.

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Symposium. No. 05.

Symposium Theme :  Technology assisted mental health services (iCALL-TISS)

Convenor : Sindhura Tammana iCall TISS team iCALL Psychosocial Helpline, a project of Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

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Symposium. No. 06.

Symposium Theme :  Individual and Organizational Outcomes of Leadership

Convenor : Prof. Neena Kohli, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad and Dr. Rasmita Das Swain, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi

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Symposium. No. 07.

Symposium Theme:  Discussing Sexuality: A journey through the alleys of feminine world

Convenor : Prof Sonali De, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Calcutta

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Symposium. No. 08.

Symposium Theme:  Interrogating the Dynamics of Diversity and Equality: A View from the Field

Convenor : Dr Sadhana Natu, Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Psychology, Modern College, Ganeshkhind, Savitribai Phule Pune University

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Symposium. No. 09.

Symposium Theme: Indian Psychology and Education: An experiential approach towards learning

Convenor :  Dr Aditi Kaul, Researcher Indian Psychology Institute, Pondicherry

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Symposium. No. 10.

Symposium Theme:   Adlerian Psychology: Principles and Practice of Social Equality and Social Inclusion

Convenor:  Karen John, Ph.D. Psychologist and Adlerian Psychotherapist and Supervisor, Independent Consultant, Trainer and Mentor, and Vice President of the UK Adlerian Society.

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Symposium. No. 11.

Symposium The:   Positive Psychology: Applied aspects

Convenor :  Prof Swati Patra, School of Social Sciences, IGNOU, New Delhi

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Symposium. No. 12.

Symposium Theme:   Compounded Vulnerabilities: The question of agency and autonomy of the marginalized groups

Convenor:  Nishtha Jain, IIT, Delhi

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Symposium. No. 13.

Symposium Theme:   Schools, Children and their Mental Health

Convenor:  Dr. Ranjani M. Konantambigi, Professor, School of human Ecology, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

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Symposium. No. 14.

Symposium Theme:   The IAAP Centennial (1920-2020) Symposium Hundred Years of Applied Psychology in South Asia: Retrospect and Prospect

Convenor:  Prof. Rolando Diaz –Loving President of the IAAP Centennial (1920-2020) Congress 2020, Cancun, Mexico & Prof. Janak Pandey, National Fellow, ICSSR, Centre of Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences

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