1. Tanya Kewalramani’s paper selected for the International Conference
    Tanya Kewalramani – a recent graduate is selected to present her paper titled ‘Measuring Sustainable Tourism based on her master thesis at the fifth International Conference on Tourism and Leisure Studies at the University of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  2. Tanya Kewalramani receives an award She also received an award as a part of a Yes Foundation fellowship- Media for social change. Through this fellowship, she was associated with the historical and cultural research centre of Yes Foundation. Her role was to help the centre with the research and documentation of towns that are bestowed by water architectural monuments and to induce sustainable tourism. She was one of the top 5 performers out of 90 participants.
  3. Sukrit Sen, Student at the Centre is selected to present his poster on “The role of the community towards a Sustainable Conservation of the temples of Bali Dewangunj, Arambagh, West Bengal” the ICOMOS 2019 ADCOM Scientific Symposium on Rural Landscape Heritage to be held at Morocco in October 2019.
    During his practicum at ICOMOS/US, he also took a session with the young architects of Tuskegee University on the importance of Heritage Documentation and demonstrated how to use a laser scanner for scanning historic buildings.
  4. Jyoti Shukla, Student at the Centre organised Mata ni Pachedi walk on 28 July 2019 in a small locality in Vasna, Ahmedabad with artisans belonging to the Chitara family that makes ‘Mata ni pachedi’ paintings using the methods followed from past 200 years.