Barinder Saluja, Chandigarh,Sept. 26 : The Shakespeare: A Postmodern Scrutiny” organized by the Post Graduate Department of English of MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh in collaboration with The Shakespeare Association (India) offered invigorating papers by international scholars on day 2. The day was divided into three sessions with 24 papers presented in parallel sessions. The first session was chaired by Prof. R. S. White from University of Western Australia. Prof. Stuart Sillars, Dept. of Foreign Languages, University of Bergen, Norway presented his stimulating paper on “Shakespeare and the Ambiguities of Knowledge” in which he shrewdly observed the uncertain significations in the works of Shakespeare. Prof. R. W. Desai, Retd. Professor, University of Delhi presented his paper “From Scholasticism to Humanism in Love’s Labours Lost, As You Like It & Hamlet” analyzing the simultaneous depictions of scholasticism and humanism in selected works of Shakespeare. The afternoon session was chaired by Prof. Anand Prakash. Prof. Prashant Sinha Retd. Prof. and Head, Deptt. of English, Univ. of Pune, presented a paper on “Brutus and Horatio: The Scholar in the World of Action”, while Prof. Girija Sharma, Dept. of English, Himachal Pradesh University, Simla made a presentation on “The Heavy Accent of Thy Moving Tongue: Richard II UGC Sponsored International problematic Relationship with Language”. Prof. S. P. S. Dahiya, Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak made an enlightening presentation on “Form and Essence of Scholarship in Timon of Athens”. Through the evening session, paper presenters from all over the world presented their expert views on postmodernist approaches to Shakespeare. The Principal of the college, Dr. Puneet Bedi congratulated the scholars presenting papers on day 2 and said that the scholarship in Shakespeare when viewed against the postmodernist backdrop not only gives a new tangent to the understanding of Shakespeare, but also points to the multiplicity of his works. Dr. Bedi profusely appreciated the efforts of the English department in successfully executing this international event.