A two-day international seminar was organized. Experts from all over the world forward many suggestions.

Sirohi: A two-day international seminar was organised by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Madhav University from April 15 to 16. The topics of digital globalisation, traditional culture, media, language, education, society, economy, and politics were discussed in the seminar. In this way, many scholars and researchers from India and abroad expressed their views and read out research papers. It mainly highlighted globalisation, digital globalisation, its effects, and its changes. On the first day of the program, the seminar was started by lighting the lamp and paying homage to Mother Sharda. The chief guest at the event, Golo Pilz of Germany, expressed his views on the effects of digital globalisation and also highlighted the changes that will come in the future. The special guests, Dr. Sonali Nargunde, Head of the Department of Journalism, Devi Ahilya University, Indore, and Dr. Suresh Kumar from Bahamakumari Abu Road, also expressed their views on this subject. Dr. Nirmalamani Adhikari of Kathmandu University, Nepal, also threw light on this entire topic through the online medium as a key note speaker. The University Registrar, Dr. Bhavesh Kumawat, Research Director, Dr. Pawan Kumar, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Rana Pratap Singh, and Seminar Secretary, Dr. Devendra Mujhalda, were also present in the inaugural session. Seminar Secretary Dr. Devendra Mujalda presented the welcome speech in the program. The seminar director, Dr. Ranapratap Singh, thanked the visitors. The stage during the programme was managed by Dr. Prabha Gaur and Dr. Ruchi Thakar from the English Department. In a total of six technical sessions, many research papers related to the topic and sub-topics were read by many researchers and teachers from India and abroad through online and offline mediums. These technical sessions were presided over by subject experts from different colleges and universities all over the country.

• Professors associated with these universities across the country

In the two-day seminar organised, Dr. Sunil Kumar Manas of Gujarat, Dr. DK Upadhyay of the Law Department of Madhav University, Dr. Yogesh Kumar Gupta of Himachal Pradesh Central University, Dr. Mukesh Mahawar of the Commerce and Management Department of Madhav University, and Dr. Ram of the IASE-recognised university. Avtar Godara, Dr. Kirti Singh of Kota Open University, Dr. R.B. Anuragi of Dr. Harisingh Gaur Central University, Dr. Manoj Kumar of Makhanlal Chaturvedi, Dr. Geeta Saxena of Madhav University, Dr. Priyanka Garg of Rajasthan University, and Sakal Chand Patel University, Gujarat. Dr. PK Mishra, etc. moderated the stage in the technical sessions. Dr. Kantilal Yadav, Dr. Renuka, Dr. Adhikesh Kumar Gautam, Dr. Jaideep Padia, and Dr. Amarjeet Kumar joined and participated in the discussion.

• Foreign guests participated in the concluding session of the seminar.

In the concluding session, Marcelo Bulk from America was the chief guest, and Dr. Vivekmani Tripathi from China was the special guest through online and offline mediums. On the occasion, the President of Madhav University, Prof. Rajeev Mathur, Registrar Dr. Bhavesh Kumawat, and many students and research scholars from various universities participated. The last session of the program was presided over by the university president, Dr. Rajeev Mathur. The report from all the sessions of the two-day seminar was presented by Dr. Akhilesh Kumar from the Faculty of Education at Madhav University. The stage was hosted by Dr. Amritlal Jingar.

Organised by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Madhav University

University President Dr. Rajkumar Rana, Chairperson Dr. SN Sharma, Deans of the Faculties, and the teachers were happy to organise the two-day seminar program. For the successful event, the organising committee and members, including Dr. Sudha Pandey, Dr. Sanjay Parihar, Dr. Sajjan Singh, Dr. Inder Singh, Deval, and Shravan Banjara, were congratulated.