Welcome to the Institutional Repository of Vidyasagar University
Dspace@VU is the Open Access Institutional Repository of Vidyasagar University. Research outputs of VU - journal papers, conference papers, reports, theses, patents etc. - are uploaded/self-archived by VU Faculty members / Resarchers who do research on different specialized areas . Interested users can freely download and use documents as most of them are directly accessible and full-text downloadable. 'Request Copy' forms can be used for documents to which direct full-text download is restricted due to publisher embargo. "This repository is administrated by Central Library , Vidyasagar University".
Digitized administrative documents ,Articles of the journals published by the university and old question papers of Vidyasagar University as and when made available have been uploaded in this repository
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"Academic departments are requested to submit to the University Library the list of on-going PhD theses and other research projects taken up by the respective departments with relevant details for uploading in this repository. This information will highlight the research activities in the University as a whole."
Traditional mythological narratives have been chiefly dominated by male writers and reflect patriarchal ideologies. Revisionist mythmaking is a process of re-explication of patriarchal myths; it is the substitution of female elements from margin to centre. The central motif of the re-tellers is to break down the preconceived fabrication of woman and womanhood. The female revisionist writers of the Ramayana have attempted to give voice to the ignored or peripheral women of the mainstream epic ...
Menstruation has been meted out with an unjustified treatment in the discourse of literature for many centuries. Where most writers of the past have tried to pigeon hole menstrual and menarcheal experiences as uncomfortable, unwanted, mysterious and evil; it is the job of the modern writers to bring out the humanistic aspects to menarche and menstruation, thus aiming for eventual de-taboofication. The present study tries to analyze the experiences of menarche containing both celebratory and p...
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Publication , Ph.D Theses etc
Annual Reports, Executive Council Resolution, Court Meeting Resolution, IQAC
Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , Chief Guest Address
Events @ VU 61
Seminar , Conference , Syposia etc hosted at Vidyasagar University (VU)