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Two day National Seminar on “Human Development and Women Empowerment: Issues & Strategies” from 29th - 30th November, 2013 Organized by Dept. of Economics, M.A.L.D. Government Arts & Science College, Gadwal-509125, Mahabubnagar.



A Two Day National Seminar on “Human Development and Women Empowerment: Issues & Strategies” is conducted on 29th & 30th of November 2013 in M.A.L.D. Government Arts & Science College, Gadwal-509125, Mahabubnagar District, organised by the Department of Economics, Dr.M.Rukmani is the convener of the Seminar and Dr. P.Rajani is the Director of the Seminar.
The broad Sub – Themes of the said seminar were


  • Women empowerment as strategy for advancing Human Resource Development

  • Women Empowerment political, Social and Economical inclusion and exclusion issues.

  • Impact of Welfare Schemes: SHGs and Micro Finance

  • The Role of NGOs in the Empowering women through SHGs

  • First Generation Women Entrepreneurs problems and prospects with focus on economic empowerment.

  • Women’s Health Issues and Education Issues

Towards the said sub themes, 175 papers have been received and the same were presented in the seminar. For the inaugural function, Smt.DK. Aruna Bharatha Simha Reddy, Minister for information and Cinematography was the Chief Guest of the Function, Prof.G.Bagyanarayana, The Vice-Chancellor of Palamuru University, Mahabubnagar Smt. B.Vijaya Bharathi Garu , State Adviser,IB institution was the Special Guest of Honours, and prof. B.Rajeshwar Reddy, Ap.SET, Member, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Prof. M.Sudarshan Reddy, Former Director, Acharya NG.Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, Sri.C.Narayan Reddy, RDO, Gadwal, Sri.G.Gaddam Krishna Reddy Garu Chairman, Market Yard Committee, Gadwal, Sri.V.Venu Gopal Reddy Garu, Municipal Commissioner, Gadwal, Sri. N.jagadishwar Reddy Garu, Tahsildar Gadwal, took part in the Inaugural Function as Special Guests of Honour. For the Valedictory Function, Prof. M.Sudarshan Reddy, Former Director, Acharya NG.Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, has deliver the Valedictory Address and Dr.Balagangaiah, Head Department of Economics, NTR, Degree & PG Women’s College, Mahabubnagar, took part in the Seminar as Guest of Honour.Six Technical Sessions are conducted.


First technical session was chaired by Prof. A.Muralidhar Rao, Head, Department of Economics, Osmania University and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr.N.Vijaya Raghavi and Dr.D.Adeppa.Second Technical Session was Chaired by Prof.B.Sudhakar Reddy, Head, Department of Economics, Additional Controller of Examinations , PG. Studies, P.G.College, Secunderabad, Osmania University and the rapporteurs for the session were Sri.B.Shobha, First Grade College, Bellary, Dr.B.Malleswari.
Third technical Session was chaired by Dr.A. Ranga Reddy, Emirites Professor, S.V.University, Tirupati and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr.M.Sampath Kumar and D.Muniswamy.Fourth technical Session was chaired by Prof. S.Mani, University of Madras, Chennai and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr.M.Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy and Dr. M.Raghava Reddy. ifth Technical Session was chaired by Dr.B.Srinivas, Jamia Islamia Central University, Delhi and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr.B.Sudhakar and Dr.M.Ramesh.ixth Technical Session was chaired by Prof. M.Venkateswarlu, Osmania University, Hyderabad and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr.G.Balagangaiah and G.Varalakshmi.eventh Technical Session was chaired by Dr.VM. Suneela Syam, Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai and the rapporteurs for the session were Mr.M.Ramesh and Mr.CG.Lakshmi Prasad.
The essence of the arguments floated by the Paper presenters in the First Technical Session was the Impact of SHGs on the Generation of Income, Employment and Empowerment in Field reality studies.The essence of the arguments floated by the Paper Presenters in the Second Technical Session was that Role of women in Human Development, most of the Paper presenters they are focussed on without involvement of women there cannot be done anything in the society. The sum and Abstracts of the Paper presenters in the third technical session is that SHG women involved in Income Generating activities they are earning income sufficiently.The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the fourth technical session was that wit hout change of socially, economically and politically their cannot be empowered Rural women.The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the fifth technical session was that aggregate analysis of human development does not reflect the degree of unevenness in human development with reference to gender. Women Health issues as well as women problems were discussed. The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the sixth technical session was that, Hence women empowerment is initiating factor of human development of the economy. A women Entrepreneurship as well as women activity was discussed. The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presents in the seventh technical session was that role of women as well as human development both is essential factors in the development of the nation as well as the Indian Economy.

Finally the Department of Economics M.A.L.D.Government Arts and Science College, Gadwal-509125, Mahabubnagar District, the students and the staff in particular and the college in general have learnt a lot from the management of the seminar. We are enriched in terms of widening the frontiers of the domains of our knowledge about rural development, communication skills, the beauty of the synergy of the knowledge, interaction with the scholars and experts in the field of, Human Development, Rural Development Women Empowerment.


The programme was successful and more than three states Delhi, Tamilnadu and Karnataka etc….,. the number of participants are more than 300 From said the states including Andhra Pradesh. Out of the participants more than 150 participants have presented papers on the dais, where 7 experts from different fields have acted as Chair Persons.The way of conduction of seminar gives inspiration to many as said few judges. Dr.P.Rajani, principal of the college was congratulated and the staff of the college also for the hospitality and arrangements made in this regard. Since the area comes under semi-urban area the individuals attended was benefitted mostly by receiving the topic in a good spirit. The topic was chosen suitably the ways of seminar conducted and women folk from nuke and corner of area attended was appreciated and the efforts of the coordinator and the Chairperson was highly remarkably applauded by the participants and the audience attended.
Above all Smt. DK.Aruna, Honourable Minister for Information and Cinematography, Prof. G.Bagyanarayana, Vice-Chancellor, Palamuru University, Prof. B.Rajeswar Reddy, AP-SET, Convener, Member, Smt.Vijaya Bharathi, State Adviser, IB Institute was graciously attended the programme. All the above dignitaries of the day for constitutively two days were congratulated the co-ordinator and the Principal and promised to extend their support in all means to carry out this kind of programmes in future.

  1. Two day National Seminar on “Evaluation of Inclusive Growth Strategies in Rural Development” from 7th – 8th December, 2013 in organized by Department of Economics, Government Degree College, Armoor.

A two day national seminar on “EVALUATION OF INCLUSIVE GROWTH STRATEGIES IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT” is conducted on 7 & 8of December, 2013 in Government Degree College, Armoor, organized by Department of Economics.Dr.D.Adeppa is the convener of the seminar and V.Muthyam Reddy is the co-convener of the seminar. Dr. Safdar Askari is the director of the seminar.




  • The broad sub themes of the said seminar were

  • Agriculture sector and inclusive growth

  • Rural industry and inclusive growth

  • Education and inclusive growth

  • Health and inclusive growth

  • Social category specific inclusive growth

  • Gender specific inclusive growth strategies

Towards the said sub themes, 130 papers have been received and the same were presented in the seminar. For the inaugural function, Prof. Md. Akbar Ali khan, The vice chancellor of Telangana University, Nizamabad was the Chief guest of the function and Prof. M.Venkateshwarlu was the key note speaker of the seminar. Besides, Prof. A.Muralidhar Rao, Head, Department of Economics, Osmania University and Prof. B.Sudhakar Reddy, Department of Economics, Osmania University took part in the inaugural function as guests of honour. For the valedictory function, Prof. M.D. Bavaiah, Head, Department of Economics, S K University, Ananthapur has delivered the valedictory address and Dr. K.Ravinder Reddy Head, Department of Economics, Telangana University took part in the seminar as guest of honour.


Five technical sessions are conducted. First technical session was chaired by Prof. A. Muralidhar Rao,Head, Department of Economics, Osmania University, and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr. G. Padmavathi and D Muni Swamy.
Second technical session was chaired by Dr.K. Ravinder Reddy,Head, Department of Economics, Telangana University, and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr. M. Raghava Reddy and A. Anil Reddy.
Third technical session was chaired by Prof. B. Sudhakar Reddy,Head, Department of Economics P. G College, Secunderabad, Osmania University, and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr. V. Veeraiah and G. Jagadishwar.
Fourth technical session was chaired by Prof. M.D Bavaiah,Head, Department of Economics, S K University, Ananthapur and the rapporteurs for the session were V. Muthyam Reddy and K.Ravi Kumar.
Fifth technical session was chaired by Prof. M. Venkateshwarlu,Department of Economics, Osmania University, and the rapporteurs for the session were Dr. B. Vanitha and A. Venkatesham.
The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the first technical session was that rural credit inclusiveness and convergence of the institutional and technological factors are two critical things to be addressed first before we think of inclusive growth of agriculture.
The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the second technical session was that modernization of agriculture will play vital role in promoting rural industries and they must be labour intensive as Regnar Nurkse suggested.
The sum and substance of the papers presented in third technical session is that unless sound and sophisticated institutions are managed, one cannot think of inclusive growth.
The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the fourth technical session was that without social development being inclusive, there cannot be inclusive growth.
The essence of the arguments floated by the paper presenters in the fifth technical session was that aggregate analysis of human development does not reflect the degree of unevenness in human development with reference to gender. Hence, gender inclusive development is initiating factor of inclusive growth of the economy.

Finally, the department of Economics, Government Degree College, Armoor, the students and the staff in particular and the college in general have learnt a lot from the management of the seminar. We are enriched in terms of widening the frontiers of the domains of our knowledge about rural development, communication skills, the beauty of the synergy of the knowledge, interaction with the scholars, and experts in the field of rural development.





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