The event is a collaborative workshop organized by Institute of Chinese Studies, United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia and Harvard Yenching Institute.
The two days workshop focused on presenting the current state of China Studies in India; research being conducted on China Studies and its approach and the importance and relevance of China Studies in India in the present context. The second part focused on envisioning China Studies in higher education institutions in India – the modalities; issues; challenges and prospects. The final part was on developing a training programme on China for faculty across India from Humanities and Social Sciences.
The participants were from the three organising institutes. Apart from them, there were eight faculty from the network institutions of the United Board in India – these were representatives from Christ University, Bangalore; Holy Cross College, Agartala; Lady Doak College, Madurai; Madras Christian College, Chennai; Salesian College, Darjeeling; Stella Maris College, Chennai; Union Christian College, Aluva and Women’s Christian College, Chennai. These are mainly private and autonomous institutions affiliated to Universities. Madras Christian College is a government-aided minority institution.Download Programme/Concept Notes Download Report