Methodical investigation and research of archaeological sites have led us to our understanding of human history. Protection, preservation and management of archaeological sites need a critical understanding of the processes and methodologies followed by archaeologists, researchers and policymakers.
The panel discussion aims to bring forth the academic and legislative requirements of protecting archaeological sites, the systematic study of the material remains of the past and deliberate actions designed to ensure their conservation as per the rules and regulations while understanding the challenges and limitations of the archaeological sites which often differs from the built heritage.
Keynote Address by
Richard Mackay, AM
Director of Possibilities at Mackay Strategic and prominent Australian archaeologist
Panel Discussion on 'Policies and Approaches of Preserving Archaeological Sites in India'
Joint Director General, Conservation & World Heritage Section, Archaeological Survey of India
Dr Tejas Garge
Director, Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, Maharashtra
Prof Shanti Pappu
Secretary, Sharma Centre for Heritage Education, India
Dr Varad S Sabnis
Assistant Superintending Archaeologist, Directorate of Archives and Archaeology,
Govt of Goa
Organised for: Students and young professionals from the field of architecture, heritage conservation, field archaeology, Indology and cultural heritage management.
Jointly organised by Masters in Conservation and Regeneration Program at Faculty of Architecture, CEPT University and Center for Heritage Conservation at CEPT Research and Development Foundation.