Departmental seminars of DBC held

JOLLANG, Apr 5: The Don Bosco College (DBC) here conducted departmental seminars on different tropics from 3 to 5 March.
The political science department held its seminar on the topic, ‘Politics of inner line permit (ILP) in India, with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh’ on 5 March, during which students presented papers highlighting the origin, meaning and types of ILP, and its positive and negative aspects.
RGU professor Nani Bath, who was the resource person, argued that ILP is needed in order to protect the indigenous people and their cultures and resources. He opined, however, that there should be “relaxation” in obtaining ILP.
The college’s English department organised its seminar on the topic, ‘A critical survey of poetry from romantic to modern age’. RGU assistant professor Doyir Ete was the resource person.
DBC principal Fr Jose Karamullil also took part in the seminar.
Earlier, on 3 March, the history department organised its seminar on the topic, ‘Revisiting the prominent archaeological heritage of Arunachal Pradesh, with special reference to Naksaparvat, Bhismakn-agar, Itafort and Malinithan’.
Archaeology Deputy Director Bulton Dutta was the resource person.