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Annual General Body Meeting 2018 16 Ashad 2075 (30 June 2018) DSRC held its AGM on 16 Ashad 2075 B.S. at IACER, Baneshwor Height, Kathmandu. DSRC Executive Member, Tara Prasad Adhikari conducted the program. General Secretary, Prof. Hriseekesh Upadhyay presented the annual report of the DSRC and Treasurer, Milina Tamrakar presented the annual financial report. Joint Secretary Phatik Prasad Poudyal delivered vote of thanks. DSRC President, Prof. Padma Devkota delivered his speech and assessed the…
Monthly Program June 2018 DSRC organized its monthly program on Saturday, Jestha 26, 2075 at IACER. Shiva Raj Pant presented his initiation paper on Laxmi Prasad Devkota’s Rajkumar Prabhakar. In his paper, he mainly highlighted poet Devkota’s idea of readership expressed in Prabhakar. He even linked this idea with the view of readership expressed by Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare and Virginia Woolf. Prof. Hriseekesh Upadhyay drew similarity between Prince Prabhakar and Prince Siddhartha. According…
Monthly program February 2018 On Saturday, February 10, 2018, at 3:00 p.m., DSRC will hold its regular monthly program 
Monthly Program October 2017 October 14, 2017 (Asoj 28, 2074): DSRC held its regular monthly program at IACER on Asoj 28, 2074. Nabin Bhatta presented his initiation paper on Mahakavi Laxmi Prasad Devkota's poem "Prabhu ji, Bhedo Banau" (Lord! Make Me a Sheep). In his paper, he shed light on the logical structure of the poem. He analyzed the poem in terms of claims and reasons taking the poem as a form of argument.…
Monthly Program September 2017  September 16, 2017 (Bhadra 31, 2074): DSRC held its monthly program at IACER on Saturday, Bhadra 31, 2074 . Shekhar Pokharel presented his initiation paper in the form of PowerPoint presentation on Laxmi Prasad Devkota’s essay “The Muscovite and the Kathmandu Wight.” In his paper, he pointed out how beautifully the essayist Devkota showed the differences between the lives of people in two countries. Many participants made their observations on…