International Conference on Integral Development for Wholesome Life
June 04-05, 2016
Integral approach is a key to balanced development with inclusive growth. It is equally important for sustained ecological balance and cross cultural harmony in the present age of ceaseless environmental degradation and communal strife .Growing economic disparities among the nations and within the nations too can be addressed with an integral approach towards development. Integration of emerging technologies, changing economic scenario, global financial architecture and socio-cultural shifts is indispensable to offer an enabling and facilitating environment to every individual for wholesome life. Paradoxical contrasts in the extent and level of human developments across the nations and communities to need to be addressed with an integral vision of the global polity, economy and society.
Taking note of the growing disparities, environmental deterioration, social strife, rampant poverty and growing stress across the most majority of masses the Pacific University has endeavored to organize this international conference in collaboration with the International Research Institute of Relative Economics and by partnering with many esteemed organizing partner universities. The partnering universities include
- Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur
- Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology
- Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University
- Kota University, Kota
- Career Point University, Kota
To kick start brainstorming on various aspects of all the aforesaid dimensions of integral development the organizing team of the conference at Pacific University has identified 51 technical tracks and seven pilot projects. This international conference on integral development has been planned in the Golden jubilee year of integral development theory propounded by Pandit Deen Dayal Ji Upadhyay.
The philosophy of Integral humanism is a holistic approach for development and a system of economy that is capable to overcome the affects of capitalism, communism, socialism and mixed economy.