|City||Delhi, , India|
|Phone||+91 11 23382321, +91 11 23386973|
|Fax||+91 11 23383421|
Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi was established in the year 1972,
Indian Council of Historical Research is an autonomous organization which was established under Societies Registration Act (Act XXI of 1860) in 1972. The objectives of the Indian Council of Historical Research (hereafter referred to as the 'Council') as laid down in the Memorandum of Association are as follows:
"To bring historians together and provide a forum for exchange of views between them;
To give a national direction to an objective and scientific writing of history and to have rational presentation and interpretation of history;
To promote, accelerate and coordinate research in history with special emphasis on areas which have not received adequate attention so far;
To promote and coordinated a balanced distribution of research effort over different areas;
To elicit support and recognition for historical research from all concerned and ensure the necessary dissemination and use of results."
In pursuance of these objectives (a) the Council provides fellowships and financial assistance to the young teachers in colleges, universities and registered research organizations, as well as to senior scholars who might need financial support, (b) brings historians together by providing financial assistance for holding symposia, seminars, workshops, etc for exchanging views related to history, (c) provides publication subsidy to the seminars, congress proceedings and journals so that these publications may reach to researchers and scholars, (d) publishes a biannual Journal - the Indian Historical Review, and another journal Itihas in Hindi, (e) maintains a large and expanding Library-cum-Documentation Centre exclusively for researchers and scholars, (f) maintains two regional centres namely ICHR North-East Regional Centre (Guwahati) and ICHR Southern Regional Centre (Bangalore), which provide assistance to researchers / scholars, (g) and takes such other measures as the Council considers appropriate in order to implement the stated objectives of the Indian Council of Historical Research.
The ICHR has two regional centres established at Bangalore and Guwahati, which plan and carry out a series of programmes in keeping with, and for the promotion of, the ICHR's avowed aims. The Southern Regional Centre (SRC) is headed by Dr. S.K. Aruni and the North Eastern Regional Centre (NERC) by Shri Uttam Bathari.Both these centres undertake a number of activities, like arranging library resources, providing support to theme-oriented seminars, organizing lectures by eminent Social Scientists, expanding networks with History departments, exhibiting the ICHR's publications in various seminars/congresses held in the region and providing information about grants to research scholars.
INDIAN COUNCIL OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH
35 FEROZESHAH ROAD,
NEW DELHI 110 001
Phone: +91 11 23382321, +91 11 23386973
Fax: +91 11 23383421
Email: [email protected]
Chairman: Phone- +91 11 23386033 +91 11 23384869
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Phone: +91 11 23387877
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Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
List of facilities available at Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi for students.
Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi