Academic Year 2018-2019  

  • Title :- “Struggles of Women in Religious & Philosophical Context”
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- national

    By: dr. uma shankar
    Organizer :- Women Development Cell of VESIM Business School, Mumbai in association with Rabindra Nath Tagore University, Bhopal and Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry
    Venue :- Vivekananda college of Management
    Date: 12/10/2018

    National Seminar on “Social Entrepreneurship as Tool for Women Empowerment” at VESIM campus on 12 and 13 October 2018 in Chembur, Mumbai.


  • Title :- Mayavada
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- local

    By: dr. uma shankar
    Organizer :- Department of Philosophy
    Venue :- Department of Philosophy
    Date: 08/10/2018

    Public lecture series arranged in Indian philosophy


  • Title :- Contemporary Indian Crime Fiction: Maps of Criminality and Detection
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- national

    By: dr. lakshmi muthukumar
    Organizer :- Gogate Walke College of Commerce and Arts, Banda, Taluka: Sawantawadi, Dist. Sindhudurg
    Venue :- Padgaonkar Research Centre, Banda, Sawantwadi
    Date: 06/10/2018

    The paper sought to look at the trends in Contemporary Indian Crime Fiction with a focus on these fictive thrillers as insightful maps of criminality and detection.


  • Title :- Wendy Wasserstein's Plays as Fem-enactment
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- national

    By: dr. lakshmi muthukumar
    Organizer :- Department of English, St. Andrew's College of Arts, Science and Commerce
    Venue :- St. Andrew's College, Bandra
    Date: 22/09/2018

    The paper closely analysed the feminist intent of the Jewish American playwright Wendy Wasserstein's plays and her use of the geography of the stage


  • Title :- IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON TEENAGERS
    Paper:- presented and published
    Level :- national

    By: mr. k. saravanan nadar
    Organizer :- Guru Nanak College of Arts, Science and Commerce
    Venue :- Guru Nanak College of Arts, Science and Commerce, GTB Nagar, Mumbai - 400 037.
    Date: 08/09/2018

    The purpose of this paper is to find and study the impact of social media on youngsters. It is a re-interpretation of ethnography adapted to study the youngster’s mentality. The interpretation of various secondary graphical and tabular data revealed how social media had evolved the mind and impacted the life of youngsters and their surroundings. The social media got emerged from last two decades which plays a vital role in day to day activity and communication. Today it has linked everyone with the help of internet connectivity or platform. The recent deadly challenge games like Kiki, Momo & BWC via social media had killed many youngsters and children. This paper also discusses the constructive and destructive impact of social media and try to give some suggestion to reduce the usage of social media for todays youngsters.


  • Title :- Madhwa, Vallaba abd Nimbarka's Vedanta
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- local

    By: dr. uma shankar
    Organizer :- BOS Logic &Philosophy
    Venue :- GN Khalsa College
    Date: 24/07/2018

    Was a resource person at s a workshop on revised syllabus, of TYBA Philosophy


  • Title :- Concept of liberation in Amrutanubhav
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- national

    By: dr. uma shankar
    Organizer :- Indian Council of Philosophical Research & Dept of Philosophy, kalina
    Venue :- Dept of Philosophy, Kalina
    Date: 07/07/2018

    Resource person at 7 day ICPR Workshop on the Philosophy of Amrutanubhav -textual analysis


  • Title :- Concept of Isvara in yoga and Bhagawad Gita- a Philosophical study
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- international

    By: dr. uma shankar
    Organizer :- Indian Council of Cultural Affairs & Consulate General NewYork
    Venue :- Consulate General office , New York
    Date: 20/06/2018

    This was First International Conference on Yoga where 15 participants, chosen as Indian delegates and 15 from USA were present. It was very engaging and enriching experience commemorating 4th International Yoga day on 20th &21 st June 2018