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JAMMU: On the second day of the three-day National Conference ‘Trends in Non Traditional Security’ organised by the Department of National Security Studies (NSS), Central University of Jammu (CUJ), in collaboration with the Jammu and Kashmir Police, the Department of International Relations, Christ University and the Konrad-Adeanuer-Stiftung, India Office at the Temporary Campus, CUJ, Sainik Colony was successfully conducted.
Three active sessions on multiple themes Classic Narrative, Counter Narrative and Comparative Narrative (of the non-traditional security) were significantly carried out. The first session on Classic Narrative was chaired by M.M Khajuria, former DGP, J&K Police. Experts from different backgrounds including R.C Kotwal, SP JK Police, Dr Geeta Madhavan, Strategic and Security Analyst, Prof Dipankar Sengupta, Jammu University and Dr Mahesh Kaul, Consultant, J&K, IMPARD have presented papers on narco-trafficking, terrorism, economic policy and terrorism and refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) respectively.
While the second session on Counter Narrative was chaired by Prof S.K Sharma, Vivekananda Chair, CUJ, notable speakers including Prof Mallika Joseph, Head, DNSS, CUJ, Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee, FSI, Riya Bawa, Christ University have presented papers on Human Security, Comprehensive Security and Feminism and Humanitarian Discourses respectively.
The third discussion on Contemporary Narrative – Local was moderated by S.N Srivastava, ADGP, CRPF. Several issues pertaining to demography, water, radicalisation, new media, disaster management and responses were discussed during the session. Amongst the guest speakers were Dr Manoharan, Associate Professor, Christ University (CU), Anurag Tripathi, Assistant Professor, CU, Maj Gen Naresh Badhani, The Global Education and Leadership Foundation and Ambika Vishwanath, Geopolitical and Strategic Consultant.
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