Bhopal Seminar 2022
Family Planning in India: Relevance, Opportunities and ChallengesBhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India 12-14 January 2022
MLC Foundation and ‘Shyam’ Institute is organising the XX Bhopal Seminar 2022: Family Planning in India: Relevance, Opportunities and Challenges from 12 through 14 January 2022. Presentations, discussions and deliberations at the Bhopal Seminar 2022 will be organised around the following sub-themes:
The record of family planning in India
Fertility and family planning
Child survival and health and family planning
Reproductive health and mortality and family planning
Dynamics of contraceptive use
Poverty and family planning
Social and cultural dimensions of family planning
Sustainable development and family planning
Bhopal Seminar 2022 is directed towards discussion on relevance, challenges and opportunities of family planning in India through the development perspective. Bhopal Seminar 2022 aims to increase the understanding of the role of family planning in India’s development through evidence-based analytical research. Discussions at Bhopal Seminar 2022 are also expected to contribute to an objective assessment of the impact of family planning in India’s development.
Original research papers are invited for presentation at the Bhopal Seminar 2022 on any of the sub-themes and on any other issue related to family planning in India. Research papers to be presented at the Bhopal Seminar 2022 should be based on the empirical evidence derived from household surveys or registration system or service statistics and not on anecdotal or analogical experiences.
Registration and submission of abstract
10 November 2021
Confirmation of registration and acceptance of abstract
15 November 2021
Submission of full paper
15 December 2021
Acceptance of full paper
20 December 2021
Inauguration of the Bhopal Seminar 2022
12 January 2022
The Bhopal Seminar 2022 will be organised in both physical and virtual modes. In each technical session of the Bhopal Seminar 2022, some of the papers will be presented in physical mode while others will be presented in the virtual mode.