International semester course in India on Gandhian Nonviolence: Theory and Application
Gujarat Vidhyapeeth, the university established by Mahatma Gandhi in Ahmedabad, India, offers an International Orientation Course on ”Gandhian Nonviolence: Theory and Application” from 15 September 2012 till 15 January 2013. The first two months of the programme will be held at Gujarat Vidyapith, and at
The overall purpose of the course is to give its seekers orientation in the theoretical and practical dimensions of Nonviolence as explained and applied by Mahatma Gandhi in his personal and public life. However, the course content will not be limited to the Gandhian framework only; the examples and interpretations of other practitioners of nonviolence will also be relied upon.
In order to avoid legal complications and to make the granting of Resident Permit (from the Home Department) to stay in Vidyapith hazel-free, participants are required to arrive first in Ahmedabad and report directly to the Registrar, Gujarat Vidyapith. Travel in other parts of India before reporting to Vidyapith might make the granting of Resident Permit difficult and sometimes impossible. Applications should be delivered before 30 June 2012.