Dear Madam / Sir,


We cordially invite you to the 2nd Bodhi International Conference on “Insights and Innovations in Humanities, Arts and Science-2019” scheduled from 22 -26 August 2019 in the University Putra Malaysia (UPM) at Malaysia.


University Putra Malaysia (UPM) is recognised by the independent, government assessments as leading Research University in Malaysia. It is located in Serdang, next to Malaysia's administrative capital city, Putrajaya. Founded in 1931 as the School of Agriculture, it was formerly known as Universiti Pertanian Malaysia or the Agricultural University of Malaysia. Now, UPM offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and Research programmes in most fields such as science, engineering, medicine, veterinary medicine, business and social science. It was ranked 36th in the Best Asian Universities and the 2nd best University in Malaysia. As a world-renowned centre of learning and research, UPM has attracted students and staff from all around the world making it a well-respected global entity. UPM offers 59 bachelor programmes, 7 diploma programmes, and 12 Masters and Doctoral programmes. There are 16 Faculties, eight Centres, nine Institutes, two Schools, a University Park and a branch campus in Bintulu, Sarawak. The Doctor of Medicine program provided by the Medical and Health Science division of the university was fully recognized by the Malaysia Medical Council on 5 June 2001. The University today combines impressive modern facilities and a dynamic approach to teaching and research with its proud heritage of quality services and achievements. The University's strong and valued relationships with the local and regional communities are the foundation upon which its global vision is based. UPM's community is a global one, as indicated by the breadth of its international links and the impact of its work internationally.


The Bodhi International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Science is an Online, Peer Reviewed, Refereed and Quarterly Journal with Impact Factor. The Journal is committed to bring together academicians, research scholars and students from all over the world, who strive professionally to upgrade the status of academic career and the society by their innovative ideas. The journal also aims at promoting interdisciplinary studies in the fields of humanities, arts and sciences.


The Gujarat University was conceived in the nineteen twenties in the minds of public-spirited and learned men like Gandhiji, Sardar Patel, AcharyaAnandshankar B. Dhruva, Dada SahebMavlankar, KasturbhaiLalbhai and many others. However, the University could come into existence only after the achievement of independence.In 1949, the University was incorporated under the Gujarat University Act of the State Government 'as a teaching and affiliating University.' This was done as a measure of decentralisation and reorganization of University education in the then Province of Bombay. During the course of its life of more than seven decades, the University has seen the establishment of seven more Universities which were carved out of the jurisdiction of the Gujarat University, viz., Sardar Patel University, Saurashtra University, Bhavnagar University, South Gujarat University, Gujarat Ayurveda University, Gujarat Agricultural University and North Gujarat University. Even then, the Gujarat University is the largest university in the state catering to the needs of higher education of more than four lakh students scattered over 286 colleges, 22 recognised institutions and 24 approved institutions. There are 36 Post-Graduate University departments and 221 P.G. Centres. New 140250 students are enrolled at under graduate level and Post Graduate level in academic year 2016-17. Gujarat University has developed phenomenally in the last 69 years to be recognized as a premier University in the country today. It provides education in one of the widest range of disciplines to about two lakh students.


Manonmaniam Sundaranar University (MSU) is a dynamic institution of higher learning, set in a rural milieu of southern Tamil Nadu, with a campus spread of 550 acres. University was established by the Government of Tamil Nadu as a teaching-cum-affiliating University on 7th September, 1990 to cater to the long-felt needs of the people of the three southern most districts of Tamil Nadu viz., Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, and Kanyakumari. It is named after the renowned Tamil Poet scholar, Professor P. Sundaram Pillai (1855-1897), the author of the famous verse drama Manonmaniam. It is his poem that has become “Tamil Thaai Vazhthu” the official invocation song sung in all functions in Tamilnadu. The motto of the University is “Reaching the Unreached”. Around 2400 students are studying in this institution directly. The University has under its jurisdiction 77 affiliated Colleges, 6 University Colleges and 4 Constituent Colleges, about 1,20,000 students in regular mode and 40,000 students in distance mode. These colleges, amongst which three are over 100 years old viz., St. John's College, M.D.T. Hindu College, and Sarah Tucker College the oldest women's college in the state, have contributed decisively to the cause of higher education of this region. The main focus of the university is to produce individuals who have the expertise and intellectual curiosity to make a difference in their profession and the society and in conducting the research needed to meet the challenges facing the contemporary world. This is keeping us in line with the Vision-2023 document of our Honourable Former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Dr. Ms. J. Jayalalitha, and her aim to impart quality higher education to the students. Majority of the students of this University belong to rural and economically weaker sections of the society. Hence, this University imparts education at nominal and affordable cost. The curricula of the courses offered by this University are periodically updated and the University has resourceful teachers to deliver the same.


Bishop Heber College is a religious minority educational institution established by Tiruchirappalli – Thanjavur Diocese of the Church of South India. The College traces its origin back to Heber Memorial School in 1864. In 1873 the School was raised to a Second Grade College and in 1882 it became a First Grade College known as S.P.G. College. It was the first College to be established in Tiruchirappalli. The Lindsay Commission on Christian Higher Education in India recommended the merger of the Bishop Heber College with the Madras Christian College. Accordingly, Bishop Heber College was closed in 1934. The College was revived on 24th June 1966. The revived College celebrated its Golden Jubilee in February 2016. The University Grants Commission, New Delhi granted Autonomy to the College during 2004-2005. The College was accredited with 5 stars by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in May 2001 and was reaccredited at the A+ level in March 2007. In March 2015, the college was reaccredited (3rd cycle) at A Grade by NAAC with CGPA of 3.58 on a 4-point scale. The College has been recognized by the UGC as “College with Potential for Excellence” in September 2011 and was elevated to the status of “College of Excellence” in April 2017. The College has established a great reputation for its high academic standards and attracts students from all over India and abroad. The College has signed MoUs with Liverpool Hope University, UK, Wolverhampton University, UK, University of Burgundy, France, Kasetsart University, Thailand, Appalachian State University, USA, Groupe ESC, Rouen, France, UAE Exchange and MAHE, Dubai, Concordia College, New York, Merrimack College, USA.


Auxilium College is a grant-in-aid Institution recognized by the UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B). The college was privileged to have been affiliated to the prestigious University of Madras and gradually came under the jurisdiction of Thiruvalluvar University after the bifurcation of colleges in October 2002. Auxilium College founded in 1954 is the first women's College in Vellore District and is affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University. The status of autonomy was granted by the UGC and the Thiruvalluvar University from the academic year 2007-2008. The College has been accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with A+ Grade in 2003, Re- Accredited with A grade with a CGPA of 3.41 out of 4 in 2010 and accredited with a CGPA out of 3.55 out of 4 in the third cycle in 2017. Auxilium College believes in the integral growth of young women and strives to impart a holistic educative programme to make them powerful agents of social transformation. The College is actively engaged in India-Sri Lanka Cultural Youth Exchange Programme and following its success, the first batch of students participated in the India Malaysia Cultural Youth Exchange Programme from 9th 17th March 2018 organized by the Perak state youth council, Perak state government of Malaysia, and the Common wealth youth centre for innovation leadership in association with Audacious Dream Foundation, India with the theme “Global understanding for sustainable development” at Perak and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The second batch of India –Malaysia Youth Exchange and Study Programme was held from 25.08.08 to 19 - 01.09.18. An MoU was signed with Lincoln University College, Malaysia for Academic and Research Collaboration on 17th Dec 2018.


This prestigious Institution, meant for the development of downtrodden women of kanyakumari district has a long lasting tradition since the regime of Maharani of Travancore, Rani Gowri Parvathi Bai in the early 18th century. It is the campus where the pioneer educational institution was started in the Princely State of Travancore. Rev. Charles Mead, Father of South Travancore Mission came to Travancore in 1818. He made the tourist bungalow of Colonel Munro (the place where the present chapel is located) as the Head Quarters for his missionary work. In October 1819, he established the Mission Seminary, which became the first educational institution in Travancore. Mr. Mead wrote the following about the seminary to his church in England."This will rise, we hope, in time to a mission college for South India". His words came true in Febrauary 1893 when the seminary was raised to a second grade college named 'Nagercoil Christian College' which was affiliated to the University of Madras. At that time, 13 students (7 Christians and 6 Non-christians) got enrolled. With the donation given by Septimus Scott, a new two storey building was built (the present Chemistry-Zoology block) in 1889.Later the College was named after him as Scott Christian College. The main block was built in 1940.In 1970, Scott Christian College was shifted to the new campus in the Kottar-Parvathipuram Road. On 13th June, 1973, Women's Christian College was started in this campus by the Kanyakumari Diocese of the Church of South India. Dr.Joy Gnanadhason, Wife of Moderator I.R.H. Gnanadhason, was the founder Principal. This lush green campus which carries the sacred memories of the missionary work is situated in the center of the town. It was from this campus that the early Christian missionaries spread enlightenment to the areas around. Within a short span of forty years, this College has created a niche for itself by providing quality learning for the hoslistic development of the students. Its motto "Enlightened We Serve" is more appropriate to the mission it fulfills in the field of education. It offers 12 UG, 7 PG, 4 M.Phil courses and 5 Ph.D. programmes. It has a student enrolment of more than two thousand girls.


ROOTS International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches (RIJMR) is a peer reviewed, refereed, quarterly journal with Impact Factor (4.075). The Journal is assigned by National Science Library, New Delhi and powered & published by Centre for Resource, Research and Publication Services (CRRPS) Tamil Nadu - India. The journal provides a valid space for academics, researchers and professionals to share the latest developments and advancements in Multidisciplinary Subjects. It aims to foster the exchange of ideas on a range of important international subjects and to provide stimulus for research and the further developments and updating of international perspectives. The international perspective is further enhanced and enriched by the geographical spread of the aspiring contributors. 


The aim of BICOHAS - 2019 is to offer a platform for Indian and other international academics, and Post graduate students to meet, discuss and share latest research and fundamental advances in the field of Humanities, Arts and Science. It also aims to encourage the sharing of information and insights from their respective fields. Presenters can use this conference as a platform to meet academics from India, Malaysia and other parts of the world to widen their horizon on research in the field of Science and Arts for the betterment of the world. BICOHAS - 2019 invites academics to share their views and research, and welcomes paper submissions on the research theme, "Insights and Innovations in Humanities, Arts and Science”.


"Insights and Innovations in Humanities, Arts and Science” is the theme of upcoming BICOHAS-2019. The rapid developments in Science and Technology are fundamentally altering the way people think, live and communicate with their surroundings. This requires people from the academic world to be at par with these developments in their niche areas by grasping and applying the insights and innovations from Science and Technology for the betterment of the society they live in. This conference seeks presenters who could bring in new insights and innovations from the field of Humanities, Arts and Science which will benefit the Global Community. The proposed themes are indicated below:

  1. Communication & Mass Media
  2. Commerce
  3. Economics
  4. English Language Teaching
  5. English Literature
  6. Education
  7. History
  8. Hindi & Marathi Literature
  9. Law & justice
  10. Language & Linguistics
  11. Management Studies
  12. Psychology
  13. Philosophy & Sociology
  14. Social Sciences
  15. Tamil Language & Literature


  1. Botany
  2. Chemistry
  3. Computer Science
  4. Environmental Studies
  5. Mathematics
  6. Physics
  7. Zoology
  8. Library and Info. Science
  9. Bio-Technology
  10. Other Sciences & Applied Science

This conference seeks presenters who could bring in new insights and innovations from the field of Humanities, Art and Science, through Intradisciplinary, interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research, which would benefit the global community.


Articles should be in Times New Roman, size: 12 double-spaced and submitted only in MS Word 2003/ 2007 version. All abstracts should follow the MLA or APA style manual. The abstract must not be exceeding 250 words and the full paper should not exceed 2500 words, including tables and references. The paper should comprise the following sections: Title Page, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Material & Methods, Findings & Results, Interpretation & Discussion and Conclusion. Authors should ensure that they use correct and complete references in their abstracts and presentation. The author is responsible for accurate referencing and for all reproduced material. Authors should submit manuscript through e-mail attachment to the review committee at A manuscript number will be emailed to the corresponding author.


The articles will be evaluated on parameters of originality, relevance, and contribution to the current academic scenario. The articles abide by a single-blind peer review process such that the committee does not disclose the identity of the reviewer to the author. All papers will be first assessed by editorial board. All the accepted papers are published online soon after the final acceptance. The copy-editing work is done by the members of the Editorial Board. The articles are reviewed and accepted only after positive opinion from Editorial Board.


Contributors are advised to be strict in academic ethics with respect to acknowledgment of the original ideas borrowed from others. The Conference team & editors will not be held responsible for any such lapse of the contributor regarding plagiarism and unwarranted quotations in their manuscripts. All submissions should be original and must be accompanied by a declaration stating your research paper as an original work and has not been published anywhere else. It will be your sole responsibility for such lapses, if any on legal bindings and ethical code of publication. Contributors are advised to be aware about Plagiarism and ensure your paper with plagiarism level below 10% (as per Turnitin report).


Papers can be presented in-absentia also. It is an opportunity for the scholars who are unable to participate in-person and present their papers. Papers presented in-absentia are eligible for publication in the Journal subjected to the approval of the panel.

  • Accepted papers will be published in Book with ISBN
  • Selected Papers will be published in Scholarly Reputed Journal with ISSN




Early Bird Fee

(May 10, 2019)

Normal Fee

(May 15, 2019)

Late Fee

(After May 15 2019)


Delhi & Mumbai

Destination (All-Inclusive*)

Rs.56, 500/-


depends upon

the Flight tickets


Chennai & Trichy

Destination (All-Inclusive*)



depends upon

the Flight tickets



(Indian Participants Only)



Non Indian Participants

(Presentation, Publication, Kit,

Certificate, two days Lunch

and Refreshments Only)

USD. 190/-

USD. 200/-


*Includes the cost of Registration, Air fare, Visa, Boarding, Lodging, Sightseeing and Overseas Medical Insurance for Four nights and Five days


Participants should send the duly filled in Registration Form, along with the registration fee in DD drawn in favour of “Bodhi International Journal” payable at Madurai, or credit through online transfer to

Account Name : Bodhi International Journal
Account No : 37372044860
IFS Code : SBIN0018158
Bank Name : State Bank of India
Branch Name : Andalpuram, Madurai

Registration fees for co-authored papers should be paid separately. Separate registration fees should be paid for each of the multiple papers.


Last date for Abstract Submission

08 May, 2019

Acceptance Notification of Article

09 May, 2019

Initial Payment (INR 35000)

10 May, 2019

Last date for Full Paper Submission

01 June, 2019

Final Payment

10 June, 2019

The Final Programme Schedule

25 June, 2019