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ICSSR-sponsored national seminar on gender discrimination, women’s mental health at Nowgong College

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HT Correspondent

NAGAON, Dec 11: The Department of English in collaboration with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) at Nowgong College (Autonomous) is set to host an ICSSR-sponsored National Seminar titled “Gender Discrimination at the Workplace and Women’s Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach” on December 28 and 29, 2023. The seminar aims to explore various aspects of gender discrimination in the workplace and its impact on women’s mental health through an interdisciplinary lens.

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The organising committee has extended invitations for research papers on diverse sub-themes related to the conference from academicians, researchers, professionals, and students across various disciplines. Detailed information about the sub-themes is available on the college website.

Eminent academicians and researchers from renowned institutions across the country are expected to participate in the event. Interested participants can submit their abstracts online or reach out to Dr Sabreen Ahmed (9435362020), the convener & organising secretary of the committee, by December 17, 2023. The deadline for the submission of full papers is December 21, 2023.

The seminar provides a platform for scholarly discussions and insights into the challenges faced by women in the workplace and the associated implications for their mental health.

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