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IGNOU Silver Jubilee Lecture by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan on ‘ISRO Saga Forward’ (25th October 2010, 3.00 PM)
Updated on 07 Jul, 2014

IGNOU Silver Jubilee Lecture by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan
on ‘ISRO Saga Forward’ (25th October 2010, 3.00 PM)


Indira Gandhi National Open University is currently celebrating its Silver Jubilee, with a year long series of academic activities.The inauguration of the Silver Jubliee Year was done by the Honorable President of India, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil, who is also Visitor of IGNOU on 19th November 2009. One of the major activities in the Silver Jubilee Year is the organisation of IGNOU Silver Jubilee Lectures, as a monthly event commencing from December 2009. Through this lecture series, renowned experts and practitioners from different areas and academic disciplines are invited to deliver talks, the topics of which broadly fall within the areas of `inclusion of the excluded’ and/or `education for marginalised’. These lectures are attended by the members of IGNOU community, besides invited audience outside the University. It is planned that towards the end of this series, a publication in a book form will be brought out, which contains the text of the various talks. The First ten lectures in this series were delivered by:

  • Prof. G.N. Devy (Literary Scholar & Cultural Activist)
  • Lt. General Mukesh Sabharwal (Adjutant General, Indian Army)
  • Dr. Kiran Bedi, IPS ( First Women Indian Police Service Officer)
  • Prof. Namwar Singh (Author &  Orator in Hindi)
  • Ms. Nandita Das (Actress and Social Activist)
  • Shri K. Sankaranarayanan (Governor of Maharashtra)
  • Shri P. Sainath (Journalist on Rural Affairs)
  • Dr. Mallika Sarabhai(Artist and Social Activist)
  • Prof. U.R. Ananthamurthy (Renowned Writer & Jnanpith Winner)
  • Fr. Abraham Lotha (Renowned Anthropologist)

The next lecture in this series will be delivered by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan(Chairman, ISRO) on ‘ISRO Saga Forward’on 25th October 2010 (3 PM) at the Convention Centre of IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi -110068.

All are welcome to attend the lecture.
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