Center for gender studies, patna || Gender studies || Gender studies in patna || Gender studies in patna bihar
Center for gender studies, patna || Gender studies || Gender studies in patna || Gender studies in patna bihar

Conference Details

  Ninth Annual Conference (3 rd International) 18-19 October 2019.

  Eight Annual Conference (International) 8-9 March 2018.

  Seventh Annual Conference (International) 17-19 November 2017.

   Sixth Annual Conference (International) on 7-9 February 2016.

   Fifth Annual National Conference on 14-15 March 2015.

   Forth Annual National Conference on 8th March. 2014.

   Third Annual National Conference on 1-2 September 2012.

   Second Annual National Conference on 23-24 May 2011.

   First Annual National Conference on 29-30 June 2010.

Welcome to Center for Gender Studies, Patna

Center for gender studies, patna || Gender studies || Gender studies in patna || Gender studies in patna bihar Gender is everywhere. It appears fairly commonsensical to us that boys and girls ought to be distinguished not only through physical markers like dress-pattern, diet-pattern, mode of amusements, sports activities, etc., but also through their respective cultural and behavioural pattern. Any infringements of these conventional parameters lead one to admonish girls for behaving ‘like boys’ and tease/condemn boys for being timorous ‘like girls.’ The most common explanation for this prevailing attitude in the society gives emphasis on the fact that God or Nature has created such differentiation.
While the facts of our sex- the presence of distinctive male and female genitalia and reproductive organs- are incontrovertible, most of us perceptively feel that the categorising of the world as well as human behaviour into masculine and feminine is unwarranted. Women often question the enveloping perception of the society for not being viewed as ‘autonomous being.’ Likewise, men after finding themselves in deeply discriminating position compared to women in terms of the evolution of emotional happiness and pleasure question the invasive sensitivity of the society which believe..

Member List

  Chief Patron
       Prof. Ratneshwar Mishra (Darbhanga)

  Patron
      Prof. Jayashri Mishra
      Prof. I. K. Chaudhary (Ranchi)

  General President
     Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad

  Vice President
      Dr. Sunita Sharma (Patna)

  Secretary
      Dr. Avinash Kumar Jha
      (Khagaul, Bihar).