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RKSMVV Research Grant

Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan has launched a scheme of small research grants for encouraging and facilitating academic research among its faculty. All teachers and librarians (Full-time and monastic) of the College will be eligible to apply for the RKSMVV Research grant.

A grant (not exceeding Ten Thousand Rupees) is given each year to the selected applicant.

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RKSMVV Research Grant 2020-2021

Ms. BisakaBlone, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology is the current recipient of the second recipient of the RKSMVV Research Grant for the tenure 2020-21.
Her project abstract can be viewed here.


RKSMVV Research Grant 2019-2020


Dr. Sanghamitra Mukherjee, Asst. Professor, Department of Sanskrit had been the recipient of the first RKSMVV Research Grant for the tenure 2019-20.
Her project summary can be viewed here.


III RKSMVV Journal of Human Sciences

The first volume of RKSMVV Journal of Human Sciences, a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed research journal, is ready for publication, awaiting necessary formalities from the RNI.

Editorial board:
Payal Bose Biswas
Dr. Bidisha Chatterjee
Dr. GargiGangopadhyay

Dr. RohiniDharmapal
Dr. SaberiRakshit

External Advisors:
Dr. Siuli Sarkar, Principal, Lady Brabourne College.
Dr. PradipBasu, Professor & Head, Department of Political Science, Presidency University.
Dr. Madhuchhanda Mitra, Professor, English Department, St John’s University-College of St Benedict, Collegeville, MN, USA.


“Women Missionaries of the Ramakrishna Orders”: A Research and Resource Centre
The Research and Resource Centre on "The Women Missionaries of the Ramakrishna Orders" is a unique consortium of published books and periodicals, e-resources and digital and hard copies of archival materials for instance, letters, manuscripts, photographs, paintings and films.

The Centre aims to fill a gap in the history of Indian missionary work by attracting archival and academic attention to the vast field of work carried out by the women missionaries of the Ramakrishna orders in India and abroad. Compared to the critical research work existing in the corresponding fields of women missionaries, for instance for that of the Christian women missionaries or the Brahmo reformation and the women associated with it, critical research on the women missionaries of the Ramakrishna Movement has remained a comparatively less investigated area of study.
In this context, and in the context of the ever growing demand of digital archiving in every field of study today, our initiative has a two-fold focus - on building a collaborative resource center that would in turn encourage and generate academic research in the area.
The Resource Centre aims to bring together all primary and secondary work relevant to this area under a single umbrella. It aims to produce an integrated annotated catalogue of archival resource materials in the possession of other public or private institutions. On this account the Centre receives active collaboration from our mother and sister organizations like Sri Sarada Math and Sister Nivedita Girls' School.

The Research Centre is planned as an inclusive one and is not only limited to the college faculty. Outside participants are welcome to be part of the project as collaborators in building the archival contents and as researchers using its resources for academic purposes. This little-explored domain provides a rich and rewarding field of critical inquiry, that apart form religious, theological and missionary perspectives also intersects with fields such as Gender Studies, Studies in travel and travel writing, Socio-economic impact, Rural/Area studies and Visual cultures to name only a few.


V Minor Research Projects (last cycle 2017-19)

Dr. Payal Bose Biswas
Asst. Professor, Department of Political Science

Tenure of Research Project: 2017-2019
Project Title: Clay Based Women Workers in Selected Districts/Towns of West Bengal and Odisha: A Comparative Study
(View details)

Dr. Saheli Roychowdhury
Asst. Professor, Department of Political Science

Tenure of Research Project: 2017-2019
Project Title: Discourse in the Miniatures: Linguistic Politics
(View details)

Dr. GargiGangopadhyay
Asst. Professor, Department of English

Tenure of Research Project: 2017 -2019
Project Title: Politics of Pictures: Reviewing the Visual Representations of Colonial Darjeeling
(View details)

VI Extension Activities

  1. To commemorate BhashaDibas (February 2021), the Research Subcommittee organized an online research talk for the faculty. Dr. Debarati Chakraborty, SACT Category I Assistant Professor in Bengali of this college spoke on BhasharDarshan O SahityerBhashaon 26th February 2021.
  2. Ms. Moumita De, SACT Category II,Assistant Professor in Human Rights of this college delivered an online research talk titled The Criminal Justice System: Human Rights with Reference to IPC, CrPC and Indian Evidence Act on 10th February, 2021.
  3. Ms. Nibedita Banerjee,SACT CategoryIIAssistant Professor in Psychology of this college delivered an online research talk titled An Experimental Study on Adolescents with and without Specific Learning Disability in terms of three selected Variables on 8th December 2020.
  4. The Research Cell of RKSMVV invited Mr. Sam Mukherjee, a Canada-based Indian author, for a creative writing workshop with the teachers of our institution on 28.03.2018. The meet, exploring writing and communication skills, was an enriching experience for our faculty.
  5. Dr. PanchaliMajumdar, Associate Prof of History and Dr. Bidisha Chatterjee, Associate Professor of Philosophy of this college presented talks on their MRP research work as part of our faculty-meet programmes in 2017-18. 


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