5th 
INDIAN SOCIAL WORK CONGRESS
2017
Contact :


Dr. Jose Antony
Organising Secretary
5th Indian Social Work Congress 2017

c/o Department of Social work,
Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit,
Kalady – 683 574.

Cell: +91 9446217759

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Dr. K. K. Boban,
Joint Organising Secretary,
5th Indian Social Work Congress 2017

c/o Department of Social work,
Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit,
Kalady – 683 574.


Cell: +919497748398

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For Conference details please visit www.napswi.org or write to: iswckalady2017@gmail.com;

For and NAPSWI Membership Form, please visit www.napswi.org or email to:napswi@gmail.com

You may also contact for any clarification to: Prof. Sanjai Bhatt, President, NAPSWI, C/o Department of Social work, University of Delhi, 3 University Road Delhi. 110007, Mobile No: 9811516636

 

Kalady- Just a click away

Kalady is a village near to Angamaly town in Ernakulam district which is well connected by road, rail and air from Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and almost all parts of the country. You are advised to book your ticket in advance.

The Kalady village has many historical and religious importances. This is an important pilgrimage center since it was the birth place of Sri Adi Sankaracharya, one of India's foremost philosopher saints who preached the monistic or 'advaita' philosophy. Many places connected with Shankara’s childhood are in and around Kalady. AdiSankara's shrine run by the Sringeri Math is a large, partly open structure situated right on the bank of the river Periyar. From the top of the tall 8-storey-high brilliantly painted memorial, the Sri AdiSankaraKeerthiSthambam, one can have a splendid view of the surrounding palm-fringed green fields. The enchanting Malayattoor hill, the international pilgrim centre in the name of St. Thomas is just 10 KM away from Kalady. Also Ernakulam City, The Jews Street, Colonial town, Fort Kochi, the heritage town, Muziris, India’s ever first Muslim Mosque CheramanPerumal Mosque are also some of the places of attraction around. If you are interested in exploring the beauty of Kalady and adjoining areas, please add one or two day extra for city visit. The organizers will facilitate one day city tour on payment basis. The city has almost all conveniences.

How to get there : Cochin international airport is the nearest airport just 6kms away from University. Angamaly 10 kms away, or Alwaye 22 kms away, are the nearest railway stations which are connected to major Indian cities. Buses and taxis are available from Angamaly to Kalady and Alwaye to Kalady. Kalady is connected by an efficient bus service with important towns in Kerala including Trivandrum, Kochi and Calicut.



Organisers

 
National Association of Professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI)
 
 
Department of Social work, Sree Shankaracharya University of Sanskrith, Kalady, Kerla