What does Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) do?
Women’s Studies Research Center undertakes activities and programs in the areas of teaching, research, training, outreach and advocacy and documentation and fostering linkages among academicians, activists, government functionaries, NGO personnel and media to mainstream gender issues in the society.
How can you be associated with WSRC?
To associate with WSRC, register yourself as a WSRC Associate and involve in various activities, seminars, events, programs initiated by center.
What courses are offered by WSRC?
WSRC offers the following courses:
-Certificate course on Women’s Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
-Short term courses for University, NGOs and larger community
-WSRC also offers courses in Women’s studies viz. ‘Women Society & Development’ and ‘Women, Rights & Laws’ for undergraduate students of the Faculty of Family and Community Sciences.
Who can access the WSRC Documentation Center?
The documentation center is an open access library and provides services to under graduate students, post graduate students, research scholars and faculty members of the M. S. University of Baroda, NGOs and other institutions. Besides, the library also caters to scholars and visiting fellows from different universities.
What is the procedure to access the WSRC Documentation Center?
Interested readers can avail the facility by filling up the library membership card along with their passport size photograph, photo copy of ID proof and fee slip (for University students), photo copy of office order(in case of newly appointed teaching staff) and request letter (for individuals other than the categories mentioned above).
The membership of the library /documentation center is free of charge.