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UGC GUIDELINES TO CONDUCT SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES

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Seminar conducting guidelines 2012-2017

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 GUIDELINES FOR
ORGANISING CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS,
SEMINARS IN COLLEGES
DURING TWELFTH PLAN
(2012-2017)
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
Website: www.ugc.ac.in
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
GUIDELINES FOR ORGANISING CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS
IN COLLEGES DURING TWELFTH PLAN
1. INTRODUCTION
The scheme provides financial assistance to Institutions for organizing
Conferences and Workshops at State, National and International levels in
various fields. Further, the scheme intends to promote high standards in
Colleges by way of extending facilities to teachers, researchers and
students, by providing a forum for sharing their knowledge, experiences
and research findings.
2. OBJECTIVE
The basic objective of the scheme is to bring together academicians and
experts from different parts of the country and abroad to exchange
knowledge and ideas. This will provide an in-depth analysis of subjects
and update the knowledge of the participants from academic/research
institutions.
3. ELIGIBILITY/TARGET GROUP
Financial assistance under the scheme is available to all Colleges, which
come under the purview of Section 2(f) and are fit to receive central
assistance under Section 12B of the UGC Act, 1956. It shall be
mandatory for every college to get accredited by the Accreditation
Agency, after passing out of two batches or six years, whichever is earlier.
4. NATURE OF ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE UNDER THE SCHEME
The nature of assistance available under the scheme to Colleges will be
under the following categories:
4.1 STATE AND NATIONAL LEVEL SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES/ WORKSHOPS
A College may be assisted for hosting:
(a) Annual Conference of recognized academic associations/academic
bodies.
(b) Conference/Workshop. Activities organized in collaboration with
recognized academic associations/academic bodies,
academic/professional institutions, associations of business/industry,
voluntary organizations, NGOs and registered societies/trusts may be
encouraged. In case of collaboration, a letter from the academic
association/ academic body or academic/professional institution,
association of business/industry, voluntary organization, NGO, registered
society/trust, as applicable, may be furnished with the application.
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There should be Call for Papers and Delegate Participation through
academic journals/website.
A College may host up to five State/National level activities, during a
financial year. But UGC assistance will not be given for more than one
activity to a department in a financial year. However, other departments of
the College are eligible to apply as per UGC norms. The UGC assistance
in case of State level activity may be limited to Rs.1.00 lakh and that for a
National level activity to Rs.1.50 lakh.
For State/National level activities, the participants may be provided free
board and lodging by the host institutions, wherever it is possible.
Participants may be charged registration fees. Traveling allowances for
outstation participants may be limited as per College rules where the
activity is being organized.
4.3 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR/CONFERENCES:
An International Conference may be organized once in a year by a
College having Postgraduate department(s), which is (are) eligible for
financial assistance under General Development Assistance Scheme, with
prior clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
A certificate from the Government of India must be enclosed along with
the proposal. The participation of foreign delegates is a must. The UGC
assistance will be limited to Rs.2.00 lakh only. The daily expenditure on
foreign participants should not exceed Rs.2,000/- per day per head for
board and lodging. However, payment for travel from outside India is not
permissible under this scheme. For foreign participants, expenditure can
be incurred on payment of traveling allowances, only for travel within
India.
5. CEILING OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE BY THE UGC:
i. State Level seminar/Conference/ Workshop : Rs.1.00 lakh
ii. National Level seminar/Conference/ Workshop : Rs.1.50 lakh
iii. International Seminar/Conference/ Workshop : Rs.2.00 lakh
5.1 The grant may be used for the following items:
a. TA (within India) and honorarium (Rs.1000/- per day) for Resource Persons
(not belonging to the organizing institution)
b. TA (within India) for Paper Presenters, not belonging to the organizing
institution (not applicable for Departmental Seminar)
c. Pre-conference printing
(announcements, abstracts, etc.)
d. Publication of Proceedings
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e. Local hospitality, including board and lodging
(may be restricted to 25% of the total allocation from the UGC)
6. PROCEDURE OF APPLYING FOR THE SCHEME:
The Colleges which wish to avail of financial assistance under this scheme
should submit their proposal in the prescribed Proforma (Annexure-1) to
the appropriate UGC Regional Office (located at Bhopal, Kolkata,
Guwahati, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Pune). The Colleges in the northern
region, including Delhi, may apply to the UGC. Northern Regional College
Bureau, 35 Feroze Shah Road, New Delhi. Delhi Colleges may apply to
Delhi Colleges Section. Funds once released/sanctioned for organizing a
particular activity cannot be utilized for any other Programme. A College
may submit the proposal well in advance. However, proposals may be
sent any time during the year. The College may conduct the activity, if it so
desires, at its own risk, before the approval of financial assistance from
the UGC. It is not mandatory for the Commission to accept all proposals.
7. PROCEDURE FOR APPROVAL:
The Expert Committee will consider the proposals and give
recommendations. The final decision will be taken by the Commission,
keeping in view the recommendations made by the Expert Committee and
the availability of funds for the scheme. In case the event is cancelled, the
funds will have to be returned back to the UGC immediately. Prior
permission of the UGC is required in case the date(s) and/or venue for the
activity (activities) is (are) changed.
8. PROCEDURE FOR RELEASE OF GRANTS.:
After the Commission’s approval of the proposal, the approval letter for the
activity will be sent to the College along with the first installment of 80% of
the total grant sanctioned. The amount released can be spent under the
approved heads/items within the allocation under the respective
heads/items. The second installment of the sanctioned grant will be
released on the receipt of (i) Feedback form, (Annexure-II), duly
completed (ii) duly audited Utilization Certificate of the total expenditure
(Annexure-III), incurred which must be signed by the Convener/ Head of
Institution (Principal of College) (iii) two copies of proceedings, to be
submitted within six months after the activity.
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Annexure-1
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
SECTION – A
REGION/STATE: ……………………………………………
PLEASE TICK (√) THE APPROPRIATE ITEM
1. ACTIVITY : Conference/Workshop/Seminar
2. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE : Departmental/State Level/National Level/
International Level
3. Name of Conference/Workshop/Seminar:
_______________________________________________________
4. Date(s) : From............................... to.................................;
Total number of days: ….........
5. VENUE :
6. NAME AND ADDRESS OF ORGANISING COLLEGE:
College Name ..................................……………..........………
Department(s) .............……...........………………………………………...
Address : ......................…………………………………………………
.........................................................................................................
Pin :...............................................
Ph.No.:……..…………………………….
E-mail : ……………………………………...............................................
Name of the affiliating University: .......................................................................
7. NAME & DESIGNATION OF CONVENOR/ORGANISING SECRETARY:
….…………………………………………………………..……………………………
………………………………..………………………….................................................
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8. BROAD DETAILS OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE (in Rs.) FOR WHICH
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS SOUGHT
a. TA (within India) and honorarium (Rs.1000/- per day)
for Resource Persons :
Rs.…………………...............…
b. TA (within India) for Paper Presenters :
Rs.……………..……...............…
(Not applicable for Departmental Seminars)
c. Pre-conference printing :
Rs.…………………...............…
(announcements, abstracts, etc.)
d. Publication of Proceedings :
Rs.…………………...............…
e. Local Hospitality including board and lodging :
Rs.…………………..........……
(may be restricted to 25% of the total allocation
from the UGC)
(GRAND TOTAL): Rs.....................……………………
9. DETAILS OF ASSISTANCE SOUGHT FROM OTHER SOURCES:
10. DETAILS OF PREVIOUS GRANT RECEIVED BY THE ORGANISING
COLLEGE FROM THE UGC IN THE PAST
Sl.
No.
UGC Sanction
letter No. &
Date
Title of Activity
(Seminar/Conference
etc.)
Amount
sanctioned
(Rs.)
Whether
accounts have
been settled
1.
2.
3.
.
11. DETAILED PROPOSAL OF THE ACTIVITY
A. Title of the activity:
B. Background including details of past events organised on the proposed topic:
C. Aims/Objectives (in at least 500 words):
D. Target audience/participants with expected number:
E. Details of Sessions:
Please mention themes/topics to be covered under each Business/Technical
Session and names of Resource Persons:
F. Expected outcome:
12. If International, whether clearance from Government of India has been obtained:
Yes/No. [If Yes, attach supporting documents].
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13. In case of International Conference kindly give resources for International
travel.
14. A letter from academic association/academic body or academic/professional
institution association of business/industry, voluntary organization, NGO,
registered society/trust, as applicable, must be furnished with the application,
in case of collaboration.
Signature of Convener/Organizing Signature of Principal of College
Secretary (with seal)
Place:
Date:
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Annexure – II
FEEDBACK FORM
SCHEME FOR ORGANISING CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS IN
COLLEGES
1) UGC File No & Date of Sanction Letter:
a) Amount sanctioned : Rs.
b) Amount released : Rs.
2) Name of the Convener/Organising Secretary:
3) Name and Address of the College:
4) Name of the Collaborating Organization:
5) Title of the Activity:
6) Date(s): from ________________ to ________________
7) Venue:
8) Total numbers of participants proposed and actually attended:
Proposed:..........................................; Attended:..........................................;
9) Total no. of papers presented (with title):
10) Total amount sanctioned: Rs.___________________.
11) Total expenditure incurred in conducting the Activity:
12) Grant received from various agencies other than the UGC for this Activity
Sl.
No. Name of Agency Grant Received
1.
2.
3.
Total:
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13) Details of internal revenue, if any, generated by the Institution/ Department
on account of this Activity:
14) Briefly mention about the technological/ academic or any other benefit generated
by conducting this Activity with respect to a) the institution b) the faculty, c)
students, d) industry/ society:
_______________________________
__________________________________
Place:
Date:
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Name & Signature of Convener/
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