National Seminar Brochure

Dear Sir/Madam

The Bharathidasan University, Department of Women’s Studies  is organizing UGC Sponsored  a Two-Day National Seminar on  Women in Public Administration on 11th & 12th of February 2016.

The e-brochure is attached for your kind reference.


Thank you


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Professor of  Women's Studies & Publication Officer i/c
Bharathidasan University

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