Dr. Barman recieved Certificate on completion of HR Manager Capacity Development Course on 8th Dec 2012, by the Division of Public Administration and Development Management, UNPAN, UNDESA
Manangement Club, DBA-JNSMS, AUSilchar Observed International Peace Day 21st Sept 2012
The students of Department of Business Administration, Assam University, Silchar observed the International Day for Peace on last Friday, 21st Sept’2012 at the premises of the department. Dr. Arup Barman, Dr. Amritlal Ghosh, Dr. Bibhas Dev, Dr. Rama Prasad Biswas, Dr. Nigamananda Biswas, and Mr. Gaurav Dutta Choudhury, and Dr. Dibyojyoti Bhattacharjee (Dean, Student Welfare) along with a student congregation of the department went for a peace prayer along with an audio visual Nobel Peace Speech of Aung San Suu Ki delivered on 16th June 2012, at Oslo, Norway. Dr. Arup Barman along with the student congregation read out a peace citation with a message that the responsive management education can serve as root for peace and sustainability in several ways.
The management club of the department for the first time organized a speech competition on the issue “Management and Business Education for Peace” under the peace logo “Let Peace Prevail on the Earth” designed by CCLP-Worldwide (A Global Civil Society, Consultative to ECOSOC, UN). Eighteen (18) numbers of students participated in this speech competition and four (4) numbers of faculty delivered speech in the function. Dr. Bibhas Dev, Director of College Development Council appreciated as- it is a ground breaking steps of the management clubs and has sated a new history by observing International Peace Day for the first time at the premises of Assam University. Dr. Rama Prasad Biswas expressed on the need for observation of International Peace Day program at district and regional level of the Barak Valley. Dr. Barman, a faculty department of business administration and an office bearer of International Research and Development Council of CCLP-Worldwide expressed that much more can be done from side of business and management education for the local peace efforts by following the global institutional practices- such as Nobel Peace Forum, Oslo, Oxford University, Institute for Economics and Peace (USA) and many other legendary B-Schools of the world. The management club members expressed their opinion that all the universities of India should observe the international peace day as they are not yet observing it religiously and intellectually.
“The International Education Charter is a declaration of fundamental principles guiding youth education worldwide in the 21st century. Created by global civil society, CCLP Worldwide and endorsed by thousands of members, volunteers, organizations, institutions and individuals engaged in promoting the position of youth, the International Education Charter is not only a call to action, but a motivating force inspiring change the world over. The International Education Charter is being implemented into the Declaration of Higher Education for the 21st century by UNESCO, and Ten Principles of United Nations Global Compact for the purposes of creating and a more purposeful and sustainable future for today’s youth.”