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About the College : Ch.S.D.St.Theresa’s College for Women is a pioneer Institution in the cause of Women’s education. Established in 1953 by the pioneering team of the Sisters of St.Ann of Providence, Italy, with a handful of students at a time when women’s education was looked down with disdain, St.Theresa’s College has today blossomed into a trend-setter in education and has become a coveted destination for the girl students who aspire to scale the ladder of success. Granted autonomy by UGC in 1987, the Institution has conscientiously adapted itself to the dynamic needs of the learners. Conferment of ‘A grade’ by NAAC Four consecutive times since 1998 and CPE Grant by UGC in 2006 are strong indications of the visionary leadership and commitment of the Institution to the cause of education. Excellence has been a watchword in all activities related to campus life. Selected as the Best College for NSS activities for many times consecutively. Best College for NCC programmes, one of the best in Cultural activities and Sports and Games, St.Theresa’s trains its students to be all rounders. The St.Theresa’s Centre for International studies takes a pro active role in providing consultancy services, coaching for entry exams, career guidance and counseling for studies and careers abroad, conducting workshops and carrying out collaborative activities with consultancy agencies abroad.
About the Collaborator : International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation (IMRF), India, an Academic Research Association of Scholars, Academicians & Scientists from India and Abroad was established under Section 35 of 2001 Government of Andhra Pradesh, India. It was registered with Government of India NITI Aayog NGO Darpan with its Head Quarters at Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. The Academic Chapters are committed for the promotion of values, ethical education and research in young researchers as well as towards modern society in more than 100 countries including various parts of India.  IMRF serves different subjects. The sub subjective associations and the sub teams Organize International Conferences, Conducts Research Projects, Establish Collaborations with National & International Educational Institutions and Organizations. With innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, it has successfully organized more than 300 International Programs across globe since 2002 physically and more than 100 during the pandemic virtually.

About the Conference : International Conference on Languages, Social & Management Studies 2023 is designed to give an exposure on current challenges and advances in Feminism, Culture, Education & Language Studies, Digital Econometrics, Business Analytics, Management & Social Sciences. This Conference shall witness a wide range of technical papers as Oral Paper Presentations and Poster Presentations besides Plenary Sessions on different disciplines from all over the World. This Conference is honoured to bring Proceedings of the International Conference with ISBN, Peer Reviewed International Research Journal Publications & ISBN Book Publications.

Call for Papers : ​Original research papers from Arts, Commerce, Economics, Management, English, Telugu & Hindi and allied branches are invited for Oral Presentation/ Poster Presentation from Post Graduate Students, Research Scholars, Faculty, Scientists, in MS Word 12 Font with Proper Title, Author Names including Affiliation, Abstract with minimum 300 Words, Key Words, Introduction, Main Content, Conclusion & References. Topics of discussion are not confined but open to Interdisciplinary topics.
How to Submit Abstract/Full Paper : Email Your Abstract/Full Paper in MS Word to with Name, Dept, Institution Name, Email , Mobile Number.


Topics for Discussion: 

  1. Primary education

  2. Secondary education

  3. Higher education

  4. Vocational education

  5. Adult education

  6. Alternative education

  7. Madrasa education

  8. Woman education

  9. Dance education

  10. Distance education

  11. International studies

  12. Journalism education

  13. Special education

  14. Vocational education 

  15. Music Education

  16. Feminist method

  17. Gender studies

  18. Gender mainstreaming

  19. Gynocentrism

  20. Kyriarchy

  21. Matriarchy

  22. Women's studies

  23. Patriarchy

  24. Écritureféminine

  25. Commerce 

  26. Economics

  1. Gender Equality & Educational Systems

  2. Toxic Masculinity

  3. Re-socialization of Men

  4. Socialization of Boys

  5. Legal Remedies

  6. Implementing Law

  7. Law and Accountability

  8. Inheritance Rights

  9. Gender and Sexual Diversity

  10. Women’s Human Rights

  11. Women, Climate Change and Inequality

  12. Women Empowerment and Social Change

  13. Challenging Male Dominance 

  14. Consciousness - Raising 

  15. Men as Allies in Struggle

  16. Women, Media and Technology

  17. Transgender Rights and Sexual Diversity

  18. Women’s Success Stories

  19. Cyber Feminisms - Blogs, Zines and Reproductive Rights

  20. Activist Art 

  21. Women’s Spirituality and Religion

  22. Trafficking and Prostitution 

  23. Women in Politics and Public Administration.

  24. Women’s Issues like Education

  25. Leadership

  26. Safety

  27. Health

  28. Empowerment

  29. Challenges and/or any topic in relation to women’s and gender studies

  1. English Studies

  2. Linguistics

  3. Socio linguistics

  4. Discourse analysis

  5. Language learning and teaching

  6. Literature American literature – including African American literature

  7. Jewish American literature

  8. Southern literature

  9. Australian literature

  10. British literature

  11. Canadian literature

  12. Irish literature New Zealand literature

  13. Scottish literature

  14. Welsh literature

  15. South African literature

  16. Translations

  17. Literature, Culture and Human Values

  18. Traditional woman vs New woman

  19. New Directions in Creative Writings Traditional Writers vs Contemporary Writers

  20. Teacher Research - classroom

  21. Expressions in Comparative Literature

  22. American Literature – including African American Literature

  23. Post Modern British Literature

  24. Modern Techniques in Teaching Languages

  25. Language and Dialects

  26. Innovative Teaching Methods to improve Reading and Writing Skills

  27. Multimedia Writings

  28. Business Communication in English

  29. Teaching Language through English Newspapers and Magazines

  30. Benefits of Bilingualism in Teaching Language

  31. Techniques for teaching Children with learning disabilities & emotional problems 

  32. Globalization and language learning

  33. Symbolism in American Literature 

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Important Dates : 

Abstract Submission Last Date                                  :         05/10/2023
Registration Last Date                                                  :         07/10/2023
Conference Dates                                                           :  13-14/10/2023
Full Paper Submission Last Date                                :         05/10/2023
 Registration Fee:






Payment Methods : 


Google Pay / PhonePe  : 9533 42 1234 (Dr.Ratnakar DB)

Bank Name                   : ICICI Bank, Eluru Road Branch,  Vijayawada                         

Name of the Account  : International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation

Account Number         : 180305000954

IFSC CODE                     : ICIC0001803

Beneficiary’s Address : # 1-90, Near VTPS Main Gate,

Ibrahimpatnam, 521456, Krishna Dt, Andhra Pradesh, India.


‪Publication Opportunity :

Conference Collaborators Extends on Additional Article Processing Charges after due review and acceptance.
1. Currently Indexed Scopus Journal Publications (Guaranteed Indexing Journals) (Depends)
2. Currently Indexed Web of Science Journal Publications (Depends)
3. SCI Journal Publications (Depends)
4. Peer Reviewed International Research Journal Publications ( Rs.1500/-)
5. ISBN Book Publications ( Rs.1500/-)

Conference Chairman :

Prof. Dr. Ratnakar D Bala

CEO & Director (Academics)

IMRF Institute of Higher Education & Research, India

For More Details

Website :

Email :

Mobile : +91 9618777066, 011, +91 9533421234

Team International Conference on Languages, Social & Management Studies 2023 


Dr Sr Showrilu. K. Provincial Superior
Mother Ernestine Fernandez, Superior and Correspondent


Dr Sr Mercy.P Principal, , Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.


Prof.Dr.Ratnakar D Bala, CEO & Director (Academics)
IMRF Institute of Higher Education & Research, India


Sr Maria Christia, Vice Principal, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.


Dr R Madhavi, Head of the Dept of English, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr P Ratna Mary, Head of the Dept of Social Sciences, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women.


Dr Major P Mary Celine Rose, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr D. Fatima Rani, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr M Esther Kalyani, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr D D Rajani, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Mrs.GMR Josephine, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr Ch V Maha Lakshmi, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Dr Santosh Jhawar, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.
Mr S B V Subrahmanyam, Ch.S.D. St. Theresa's College for Women, Eluru.

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