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Exploring Euthanasia in Ancient Indian Medical Ethics: Insights from the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission's Indian Knowledge System Project
The Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan's PG Department of Philosophy  is embarking on a research project exploring the concept of euthanasia within  the framework of ancient Indian medical ethics. While euthanasia may seem like a modern ethical dilemma, the project aims to uncover surprising parallels between contemporary medical dilemmas and the ethical codes of ancient Indian civilization.
In contemporary medical discourse, euthanasia sparks complex debates regarding patient autonomy, quality of life, and the ethics of end-of-life care. However, the roots of these discussions may find resonance in the rich heritage of ancient Indian medical traditions.
As the project unfolds, scholars, students, and enthusiasts are invited to engage with its findings, participate in discussions, and contribute to the ongoing exploration of euthanasia within the broader context of Indian knowledge systems.

Archival Exhibition
Title: Unveiling Our Roots: Women Missionaries of the Ramakrishna Order
Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan is going to open a permanent archival exhibition in the college library.  This project is a testament to our college's profound heritage. Our college is a a branch center of Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, the first independent women missionary order in history.
It was Swami Vivekananda's prophetic vision that for the empowerment and education of Indian women, establishment of a Math is necessary which would be dedicated specifically to the upliftment of the women both spiritually and socially. With unwavering commitment and dedication, the Ramakrishna Math and Mission set out to establish Sri Sarada Math envisioned by Swami Vivekananda. The then Women Missionaries of Sri Sarada Math had accepted the task with utmost dedication.
As at the heart of the historical journey of this college lies the Women Missionaries of the Ramakrishna Order, so through meticulous archival research and scholarly inquiry, we aim to set up the archival exhibition which will illuminate the lives and contributions of these dedicated missionaries, whose unwavering sacrifice and service continues to inspire generations. This initiative embodies the timeless values of spiritual knowledge, compassion, selflessness and social reform. With this exhibition students will learn to understand and appreciate their legacies. Students not only reconnect with their cultural and spiritual heritage but also draw inspiration to walk the path of service and selflessness in their own lives.
Join us in this noble endeavor as we unravel the untold stories and timeless wisdom of the Women Missionaries of the Ramakrishna Order, enriching our understanding of our collective heritage and reaffirming our commitment to the ideals of service, compassion, and spiritual enlightenment.
With reverence and humility, we invite you to partake in this extraordinary journey of discovery and rediscovery.
In solidarity,
Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan

Urban Forest Project
In a pioneering effort to promote environmental sustainability, Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan has taken a unique endeavour by creating an Urban Forest within its campus premises. Located amidst the bustling city of Dumdum, Kolkata, this landmark initiative marks a significant step towards conservation and education.
On the occasion of World Conservation Day, celebrated on 28th July 2023, the college campus witnessed this remarkable event as teachers, students, and well-wishers joined hands to plant over 1000 trees across 12,000 square feet of land. This concerted effort aims to achieve several important objectives:
Environmental Sustainability: The Urban Forest project is designed to sustain and enhance the local environment, fostering biodiversity and contributing to cleaner air and a healthier ecosystem.
Educational Endeavour: Students will actively engage in learning about various tree species as they participate in planting and nurturing the forest. This hands-on experience will deepen their understanding of ecology and conservation.
Community Engagement: Local school children will be invited to participate in educational programs aimed at enriching their knowledge of plants, fostering a sense of environmental awareness from a young age.
Research Initiative: The Economics, Sociology, and Geography Departments are collaborating on a research project that will explore the socio-economic and geographical implications of the Urban Forest.


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