The Critic & Autho,. Associate Professor (Dr.), English, Faculty of Social Science & Humanities, Bhupal Nobles University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India


                     Dr. Jayshree Singh, Associate Professor, English, Faculty of Social Science & Humanities, Bhupal Nobles' University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

She joined as permanent faculty on the post of Lecturer, as per UGC norms pay grade in the subject English, Bhupal Nobles' P.G.Girls' college, Udaipur. Then she was promoted as the Head & Faculty in the  Department of English, Bhupal Nobles Post-Graduate Co-Ed. College (Affiliated to MLSU) Udaipur . From the month of July she has been redesignated as the Associate professor in English, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Bhupal Nobles' University, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India from 2012 to till date.  

 She passed her schooling from St, Angela Sophia Hr. Sec. School, Jaipur. She did her English Literature Honours from Maharani's College, Jaipur and her Post Graduate in English from Rajasthan University of Jaipur. She cleared B and C certificate of N.C.C. in 1988 and attended Republic Day Camp and Prime Minister's Rally at New Delhi in 1988. She did her three years course (post-diploma) in German Language from 1987 to 1989. She has also done Post-Graduate in Human Rights (2007) from New Delhi and MBA from Central University of Pondicherry (2014). PhD in English Literature in 2007 and M. Phil. (ELT) in 1993. Presently Pursuing Masters of Gender & Women Studies from IGNOU.


 Publications in the English Studies are:


                               


Dr. Jayshree Singh, Associate Professor, English, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Bhupal Nobles’ University Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.

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Bhupal Nobles’ Post Graduate  Girls College, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
Lecturer - Pay Grade as per UGC, New Delhi  - 5th Pay Commission and Senior Lecturer Pay Scale from 05-7-2008
(2001 Appointment)
05-07-2002
22-7-2012
Bhupal Nobles’ Post Graduate  College, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
Lecturer Selection Grade (from 05-7-2011 -UGC, New Delhi  - 5th Pay Commission
23-07-2012
05-7- 2016
Department of English, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
Asso. Prof. (Dr.) (pay grade UGC, New Delhi  - 5th Pay Commission) 37400+9000=46400Net Pay = 1,20,200/-Rupees One Hundred Twenty Thousand only
Re-designated Post
05-07-2016  (Appointment)
01-09-2001
Till date



Sponsorships/Partnerships

1      Completed the ten-week online teacher training course in: “Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web” during the period October, 2012, through December 7, 2012, conducted by University of Oregon, American English Institute under the course Instructor Courtney Cunningham.


2      From May 11, 2011 - June 10, 2011, the Post-Doctoral Fellowship awarded by Osmania University Campus for International Programme, Hyderabad, India in “Human Emotions and Human Rights: Narrative Structure in the Selected American Films” ” –The Color Purple (1985) and Erin Brockovich (2000). Amount granted 70,000/


3      .International Conferences Abroad (Granted Fee Waivers for registration or membership or in accommodation)

         Women’s World Congress July, 2008, Madrid, Spain

        AEEII, Cordoba, Spain July, 2009

        SALA, San Francisco, U.S.A, Dec. 2008

        ICSA, Warwick University, Coventry, UK, July 2010

        ACLA, Vancouver, Canada, 31March 3April 2011

        MELUS, Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.A, 7-8 April, 2011

        NeMLA, New Jersey, U.S.A, 9 April 2011

        AEEII. Tenerife Norte, Spain, 23-26 Nov. 2011

        ACLA, Harvard University Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 17-20 March, 2016
        ICLA, University of Wien (Vienna), Austria,  21-27 July, 2016

 

Roles and Responsibilities


College lecturer at Senior Pay Scale of UGC, New Delhi - Roles and Responsibilities in B.N.P.G.Girls’ College, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India
Teaching Graduate And Post-graduate Classes, Invigilation, Supervision Of Cultural & Literary Events, Anchoring, Research Activities - Writing Papers, Doctoral Work (2002-2007) And Post-doctoral Fellowship (granted to her in 2011) Work, Physical Verification Of Departments, Evaluation, Documentation Of Reports, Translation Of Regional Social Work Activities' Reports, Oral-presentations (PPT), Editing Of College Campus Editorials, Prospectus and Brochures.

College lecturer at Selection Grade Pay Scale, UGC Norms, New Delhi - Roles and Responsibilities in B.N.P.G. College, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India
Career and Placement Cell, Internal Assessment Cell, Conferences/ Workshops, Teaching Graduate And Post-graduate Classes, Invigilation, Supervision Of Cultural & Literary Events, Anchoring, Research Activities - Writing Papers, Doctoral Work, Physical Verification Of Departments, Evaluation, Documentation Of Reports.
Asstt. Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India
Member of the Board of English Studies, Member of Grievance Cell, Member of Internal Assessment, Testing and Evaluation, Member of Research Board Cell, Member of the Curriculum Committee for English Studies, Supervisor of Ph.D. Scholars.

Organizer of Conferences/Seminars:

(a)                     Conference Coordinator of the International Conference “Gender and the Changing World of Women Work and Health, 30-31 March 2010 at Udaipur, Rajasthan

Conference Secretary of the International Conference “Intercultural Education and Well Being” 12-13 November 2013 at Udaipur, Rajasthan

(b)                     Seminar organizer  International Seminar at Harvard University campus, Cambridge, Massachussets, U.S.A.  Theme  – Women of Regalia in Power: A Catalyst, under the aegis of ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association)

(c)                     Coordinator of the English Language Fellow Program for teachers concluded at BN PG College 42 Participants benefited from the five day workshop regarding English Language Fellow (ELF) Program from 22-26 April 2013 by the office of Directorate, College Education Rajasthan Jaipur in collaboration with US Embassy for government college lecturers of Udaipur zone.
3. Supervisor - Ph.D. or Master of Philosophy in the subject  English Literature/ ELT for Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur and Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur.

      

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Co-Editor of SHIKHAR, Dean Students’ Welfare Annual News Bulletin 2009-2010

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Co-Editor of Darpan, Half- Yearly Campus Bulletin (July-Dec. 2009) of Bhupal Nobles P.G. Girls’ College, Udaipur

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Journal Secretary of the Academy of Well Being Society in 2013-15 

 

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Examiner for RU, Jaipur and MLSU, Udaipur English Literary Studies plus for other disciplines covering Soft Skills and Communication Courses. Other universities like VMOU- Kota, Rajasthan Technical University, Jai Narain Vyas Univ. Jodhpur, Pacific Univ. and Vidyapeeth Univ.
External Examiner for MBA – Honours Students of II Trimester for Business Practice (Communication), 2014-15
 External Examiner at Commerce College, MLSU, Udaipur For MFC- Semester I - Business Communication & Soft Skills – 2014-15
  External Examiner at RCA College, MPUAT, Udaipur For Comprehension and Developing Communication Skills in Eng.   2014-15
External Examiner at U.C.S.S.H, MLSU, Udaipur for the Certificate Course in English, 2014-15
External examiner for conducting Viva-voce of Business Communication & Soft Skills (106) of MFC I Semester, dt. February 3, 2016

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Edited and planned Bhupal Nobles Post Grad. Girls’ College PROSPECTUS -2010

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Co- Edited, Documented and translated the BROCHURE of Center for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur

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Documented and co-edited the Abstract Book of the International Conference of WWH March 2010, MLSU, Udaipur

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Documentation of the report of WWH Conference 2010, MLSU, Udaipur

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Documentation of the report on “Dyan Pratha: A Social Taboo” submitted to the National Women Commission, New Delhi and the Center for Women Studies MLSU, Udaipur. 25-27 April 2007

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Co-opted member of DSW Office, MLSU, Udaipur for SAMVET 2009, the University Cultural and Literary Festival

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Member of Professional Women’s Advisory Board, 2006. American Biographical Institute, USA.

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Co-Editor of the Journal of Well Being (2008-2009), Udaipur. ISSN: 0974-8717

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Documentation of the report on Divisional Level Trainers on Addressing the Practice of Sex Selection and Gender Discrimination, 30Sept.- 1 Oct. 2009.

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Editor of the Multidisciplinary International Conference “HERALD” August 21-24, 2009, Aishwarya College, Udaipur (Rajasthan)

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NCC “C” Certificate Holder and Cadet Participant of the Annual Republic Day Camp, New Delhi, 1988

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Trainer of Scouts and Guides from 1993 to 2000

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Anchored many Cultural and Arts Programmes in Udaipur and Jaipur

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Imparted Technical Knowledge on Language Skills and its Application in B.Ed. Girls’ College of Pratapgarh, Udaipur and in Dasuri, Girls’ Hostel, Jodhpur, from 2010 -2011.and in B.Ed. College of Vidya Bhawan Rural Institute, Udaipur (from 2013-2015)

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In examination panel of UG & PG level for Rajasthan University, Jaipur; MLSU, Udaipur; Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University, Udaipur; Rajasthan Technical University; VMOU, Kota and Kota University.

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Coordinator of the Extension lecture delivered by the Lft. General V.N.Patel “On the Security of India” conducted by the Deptt. Of English, B.N.P.G. College, Udaipur,  in Sept. 2014 

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 Master of the Ceremony of the Twenty-First Event of Commemoration of Rwandan Genocide against Tutsi conducted by the Deptt. Of English, B.N.P.G. college on April 18, 2015 and 2016, organised by the Rwandan, Ugandan, Kenyan and other East African Natives, graced by the H.E.High Commissioner Rwandan Embassy in India 

 

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Worked as co-opted member for Dean Students’ Welfare and UGC Centre for Women Studies, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur , from 2010 – 2012.




Academic Qualifications

 

 



1.      Secondary Education, St. Angela Sophia Hr. Sec. School, Jaipur (RBSE Board), 1984.

2.      Hr. Sec. Education, St. Angela Sophia School, Jaipur (RBSE Board), 1985.

3.      B.A. Eng. Honours, M.A. Eng., 1988

4.      M.A. Eng. Litt. Rajasthan University, Jaipur, June 1990
5.      M.Phil (ELT) March 1993 (Rajasthan University, Jaipur)
6.      M.A. Eng. Litt. MLSU, Udaipur , June 2000

7.      Ph.D. in Eng. Lit. Oct. 24, 2007(Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur)

8.      Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Rights, 2004, New Delhi

9.      Certificate, Diploma and Post-Diploma Course in German Language (3 Yrs.) (Rajasthan University, Jaipur) 1987-1989

10.  B.Ed. (Rajasthan University, Jaipur)1991
11.  Pragya Course in Hindi Language (Hindi Directorate of Language, Human Resource Ministry, Govt. of India) 1997
12.  MBA (HRM) (Central University of Pudducherry, Pondicherry) 2011
13.  Master of Arts in Women & Gender Studies (IGNOU, New Delhi) (Pursuing Presently)

Languages known

English (speak), Hindi (speak), German (read)

Designation & Department

 Asstt. Prof. (Dr.), Department of English, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities

Telephone (O)

0294-2491787

Mobile

9828375535

E-mail Address

dr.jayshree.singh@gmail.com

singh.67jayshree@yaho.com

Research Experience (Yrs)

Ph.D.Scholars:

02 - Bhupal Nobles' University, Udaipur
Themes of the Scholars are -
1. Interrogating and Expanding Feminist Questions in the Selected Indian Diaspora Films (Deepa Mehta and Meera Nair)
2. Temptation of Environment and Performative Child Protagonist in the Selected Charles Dickens's Novels

02 candidates awarded degree of M. Phil. on the completion of their Dissertation submitted to VMOU, Kota in the session 2009- 2010/2011.

Title of Dissertations:

1.   The Human Self of Mahatma Gandhi

2.   Gender and Sexuality: A Critical Study of the Selected American and British Novels

 06 Research Scholars from Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur registered for Doctorate Degree uptill now, since 2009

Title of Thesis:

1.   A Critical Study of the Selected Films of Hrishikesh Mukherjee

2.   Thematic Study of the Selected Novels of Amrita Pritam (AWARDED)

3.   Social Concerns in the Selected Plays of Vijay Tendulkar (SUBMITTED & VIVA-VOCE awaited)

4.   Inter-Racial Consciousness in the Selected Writings of James McBride

5.   Dalit Women’s Consciousness in the Selected Writings – Bama, Mahasweta Devi, Sujata Gidla and Sivakami
6.   Feminine Longings  and Challenges  in the Writings of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Major Areas of Research

Colonial & Postcolonial Studies, Literature of Margins, Indian Diaspora Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Human Rights and Human Resource Studies, American Literary Writings, Indian Literature in Translation, Indian Writings in English, Classical Indian Writings

Completed Projects

4      Employee Training and Development in the HRH Group of Hotels, Rajasthan

        (The research on 20 employees of         HRH group of Hotels, Udaipur) A Project Report in Partial         Fulfillment of the Requirements for      the Degree of MBA (HRM) in     Pondicherry University. SELF-  FINANCED, Session 2012 -13

In-service Courses


1.   MNIT, Jaipur, Deptt. of Humanities & Social Sciences conducted one-week short-term Course on “Communication @ The Workplace” Feburary 18-22, 2013.
2.   “Shaping the Way We Teach English Webinar Course – 8”, October 3 to November 28, 2012, organized by RELO & Office of English Language Programs, U.S. Deptt. of State.
3.   Refresher Course, June 05 - 25 June, 2012, Academic Staff College, BHU, Varanasi
4.   Refresher Course Dec. 2010, Osmania University Campus for International Programs, Academic Staff College and UGC.
5.   Orientation Course Feb. - Mar. 2009, University of Rajasthan, Academic Staff College & UGC.
6.   Refresher Course Jan.  2004, Mohanlal  Sukhadia  University, English Dept. Udaipur
7.   ELT Project, 1992, CBSE & British Council of India.
8.   VIII National Workshop For General Semantics – Balwant Pareek Centre and Other Human Sciences, theme - Time-Binding and Social Responsibility. Academic Planning & IQAC and Deptt. Of English, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Deemed University, 18-22 Nov. 2014.
9.   Changing classrooms, Supporting Teachers – Ten Hours Professional Development Workshop. Theme - The Ps of Effective Leadership and Professional Development. RELO, New Delhi, TESOL Academies, RELO Chandigarh, Punjab, 24-25 April, 2015.
10.                     Refresher Course in Research Methodology and Environment (Certificate will be submitted at the time of Interview). 29 May-14 June, 2015. Conducted by Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur,  and organized by Shramjeevi College, Udaipur (Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University).

 

Awards

 

1.   Millennium Award at an International Achievers Summit on "Individual Contribution for International Integration and World Peace" at Bangkok on 08th Feburary, 2015. 

 

2.   Eminent Educationist Award’ by International & National Compendium, New Delhi, India.         Jan. 2010.

 

3.   PATRIKA IN EDUCATION, Udaipur awarded the prize of Best Student in German Language in the June 2010.

 

4.   Running Shield awarded by the Modern European Languages Department of German (Rajasthan University of Jaipur) for securing two years 90% Marks in 1987 and 1988 respectively.

 

5.   Best Army Cadet Award by Maharani’s College, Jaipur (Raj.)

6.   International Gold Star Award

Professional Memberships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indo-German Society Jaipur, Rajasthan since 1989.

SALA, U.S.A

Member of Indian Association of Women Studies. New Delhi.

IACLALS, ACLA  

Library of OUCIP, Hyderabad

ELT@I, Jaipur & Chennai

RASE, Rajasthan
CLAI, India
International Comparative literature Association

As Resource Person/Key note Speaker/Panelist/Chairperson - Invited for Lectures at national or international conference/seminar etc.

1.   Resource person in the Workshop 0n 23 April, 2014, In “Leadership and Command through Communication of English” organized by Hotel Management, Pacific University, Udaipur

2.   “Stratiegies to Engage English Learners in the English Literature Classroom”, April 22-26, 2013 organised by RELO, New Delhi and The Directorate of College Education, Jaipur.
3.   Resource Person in the VIDEO LREPOSITORY LECTURES at EMPC Studio, VMOU KOTA in the discipline of English.
4.    Resource person in the Workshop on Question Repository (ENGLISH) at Gandhi Bhawan, VMOU, KOTA, January 23-25, 2014
5.   Organising Secretary, in the International Seminar 12-13 November, 2013 (Education, Well-Being and National Integration” in Collaboration with Indo-German Society, Academy of Well-Being, BN PG College And BN Girls College (NSS Units)

6.   Resource person in the Workshop on Gender Audit at Central University of Rajasthan, Bandarsindri, Kishangarh on 02-01-2014.

7.   Resource person in the UGC Orientation Programme for newly recruited Asst. profs., Central University of Rajasthan, bandarsindri, Kishangarh, 03-01-2014.

8.   Speaker in the Training Course on “Gender and Culture” organized by Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Udaipur, 28 Oct. 2013

9.   Chaired a technical Session on 26 Sept. 2013 in the national conference on the theme “Cinematic Codes: Concerned Communications” organized by SADAA and S.S.Jain Subodh PG College, Jaipur

10.                       “Interventions and Preventions against Sexual harassment at Workplace”- theme of the workshop - Awareness towards Women harassment at Institutions and Workplace, Department of Population Studies, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer. 15-16 March 2013.

11.                       Socio-Cultural Perspectives, organized by ELT@I Rajasthan, Jaipur Chapter at VIT Campus, Jaipur in association with RELO, New Delhi, 4th Nov.2011.

12.                       “Reservation in the Nation-Building Activities: Policing Compromise/Compensation or Separatism” - Aishwarya Education Society, Udaipur, National Seminar, 22 August 2011.

13.                       “Integration of Tradition with Technology for the Nation-Development Activities” - Aishwarya Education Society, Udaipur, National Seminar, 22August 2011. (PANEL DISCUSSION COORDINATOR)

14.                       “New Paradigms and Applications in Educational Evaluation in Arts 7 Social Sciences”, UGC Sponsored National Seminar held at India International College, Jaipur on 14-15 March 2010.

15.                       Strategies for the Prevention of Violence and Violation of Women Rights “Women’s Role: Expectations & Identity” UGC Sponsored National Seminar held at India International College, Jaipur on 25-26 March 2010.

16.                       Measures and Strategies to Prevent Violence on Women- Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005: Challenges Ahead. National Seminar 25th to 26th March 2008. Jamia Millia Islamia, Central University, New Delhi.

17.                       “The Operational Structure of United nations Organisation”. The Foundation Day of UNO, 24th October 2009. Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur

18.                       Self-Perception, Capacity Building and Communicative Skills. The Unorganized Sector Women Entrepreneurs and their Capacity Building in Rajsamand District. Workshop – 18 September 2007. UGC Center for Women Studies, MLSU Udaipur.

19.                       The Power of Human Resource. World Population Day 2004. Population Research Center, MLSU, Udaipur.

Workshops attended

1.   Pre- Congress Workshop on the IV International Conference on Women, Work and Health, UGC Center for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur. July 2005.

2.   Indo-German Educational and Cultural Exchange Programmes, organised by the Indo-German Society, Jaipur in 2007and 2008.

3.   Springdales Development Programme for Women from April to June 2007, held by the UGC Centre for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur.

4.   Attended the Workshop of Counselors held on 28-31 Jan. 2009 at Regional centre, V.M.O.U., Udaipur.

5.   The Divisional Level Training Workshop on Addresssing the Practice of Sex-Selection and Gender Discrimination from 30th Sept. to 2nd Oct. 2009.Organised by UNIP and held at Rajasthan University of Jaipur.

6.   Regional Workshop organized by Balvant Parekh Center for General Semantics & Other Human Sciences at Guru Nanak Girls’ P.G. Colllege, Udaipur on the theme: “General Semantics and Its Implications in Pedagogy and Communication Studies”. Feb. 2011.

7.   Celebrating 50 years of Forum, Embassy of the U.S.A., New Delhi and RELO, ELTAI, Jaipur chapter held workshop on “Teaching English Language Skills Using Forum”, conducted by James Stabler Havener, May 24-25, 2012, at Jaipur National University.

8.   Office of English language Programs – Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs, U.S. Deptt. of State conducted “Shaping the Way We Teach English” – Webinar Course 8 between October 3 to November 28, 2012.

9.   Short Term Course on “Communication @ the Workplace” Feb. 18-22, 2013 at MNIT, Jaipur, held by the Deptt. of Humanities and Social Science.

10.                     “Awareness Towards Women Harassment at Institutions and Workplace” organized by Deptt. of Population Studies, Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer, 15-16 March 2013.

11.                     “Modern Approaches to Modern English Language teaching” organized by Deptt. of Humanities and Social Sciences, MNIT Jaipur, Aug. 16-17, 2013

12.                     “Strategies to Engage English learners in the English Literature Classroom” conducted by RELO, American Center, new Delhi in association with College Education, Directorate of Rajasthan. April 22-26, 2013, at B.N.P.G.College, Udaipur.

PUBLICATIONS                         

Papers – 57
Books – 04
Poems – 06
Book Review - 01

 

PAPER – PRESENTATIONS

Local – 10
Regional – 10
National  - 20
International in India – 15
International (Abroad) - 15

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK

 Publication of Dissertation by Foreign Publisher  before Doctorate Degree

EARTH TURNS TO GOLD – English Rendering of Kanhiya Lal Mishra “Prabhakar’s Mati Ho Gai Sona”. Creative Book Publishers: U.S.A. (2004) ISBN: 0976546744.

 

Papers in Indian Journals  before Doctorate Degree

 

1.   Naipaul’s an Area of Darkness: Self, Identity and Nation. THE QUEST: Ranchi. India. Vol.19, No.2, December 2005. ISSN: 0971-2321.

2.   Naipaul’s Journey of Self-Enlightened Through an Area of Darkness. POETCRIT: Maranda, India. Vol.XIX / No.1/ Jan.2006. ISSN: 0970-2830.

3.   Wish – Fulfilment De-Erotises and De-Sublimes Instinctual Urges: The Play Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. LITERARY SPECTRUMS. Ed. Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay. Sarup& Sons: New Delhi. 2007. ISBN 81-7625-809-1.

BOOK - Publication of Thesis by Foreign Publisher

BONDAGE AND LIBERATION – A Study in the Selected Plays of Tenneessee Williams. RoseDog Books: Pittsburg, Pennsylvannia 15222. (2009) ISBN: 978-1-4349-9438-7.


BOOKPublication of Post-Doctoral Dissertation by Foreign Publisher
Human Emotions and Human Rights in the Selected American FilmsThe Color Purple (1985) and Erin Brockovich (2000). Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. ISBN – 978-3-659-34698-9.
BOOK - Publication In India
GENDER EMPOWERMENT: Choices and Changes eds. Vijaylaxmi Chouhan & Jayshree Singh et.al. Himanshu Publications: New Delhi , 2012. ISBN: 978-81-7906-308-8.

Other Publications

1.   Diaspora Writings: Epiphany, Emotions Ethics. Journal of Literature and Art Studies,
Journal of Literature and Art Studies, January 2017, Vol. 7, No. 1, 51-62doi: 10.17265/2159-5836/2017.01.006

2.   Human Nature: A Metaphor of Spiritual Decadence in the Selected Fiction of American Novelists. Journal IJELLH, Vol.IV, Issue X, October 2016. ISSN 2321-7065, pp. 183-195.www.ijellj.com

3.   Critical Contemplation and Creation in the Selected William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Works. Sept.-Oct. 2016, Vol. 4/26. Pp. 2730-2743.

4.   The Female Players in the Selected Plays of Kalidasa Contemporary Literary Review India. 04/2013; CLRI Print Edition ISSN 2250-3366:5061.http://www.contemporaryliteraryreviewindia.com/http://clrireviews.blogspot.in/

5.   Memories, Disillusions and Reactions: Cry the Peacock by Anita Desai - International Journal of English: Literature, Language & Skills IJELLS www.ijells.com ISSN 2278-0742, VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1 APRIL 2013. 

6.    Gandhi: A Phenomenon of Emotional and Moral Intelligence - Global Journal of English Language and Literature April 2013. Volume 1. Issue 2. ISSN 2320-4397 Website: https://sites.google.com/site/globaljournalofell/. 04/2013; Volume 1. Issue 2. ISSN 2320-4397 Website: https://sites.google.com/site/globaljournalofell/:78-91.

7.   Meerabai: A Study in Context of Literature and Nature - http://impressions.50webs.org/jan12/ar_jayshrees.html. 01/2011; 4(1). Meerabai – IMPRESSIONS- a Bi-annual Refereed e-Journal of English Studies, Vol.VI, Issue-1: January 2012. Gaziabad. ISSN: 0974-892X.

8.   Higher Education and Business Vision - SPARK- International Online Bi-annual e-Journal, Vol.II. Issue-4: Aug. 2010. Gujarat. Pp. 1-34. ISSN 0975-7929.

9.    Naipaul’s Travelogues - V S Naipaul’s Reflections of Religious Projections in His Travelogues Muse India. 05/2009; 0975-1815(25). http://www.museindia.com/viewarticle.asp?myr=2009&issid=25&id=1542.  Issue-25, May –Jun 2009.


10.                     Feminist Pedagogic Paradigms: A Study in Suniti Namjoshi’s Feminist Fables and Saint Suniti & the Dragon –Journal of the Academy of Well-being, Udaipur, Rajasthan, July 2013, ISSN: 0974-8717.

11.                     Feminism and Social Ethics – The International Journal of Culture, Literature and Criticism, Issue 8 / October -2013, ISSN:0976-1608. Journal of Literature and Art Studies, September 2015, Vol. 5, No. 9, 739-748doi: 10.17265/2159-5836/2015.09.007

12.                     The Plays of Kalidasa  - The Quest, Vol.27, No.2, Dec. 2013. ISSN 0971

13.                     Cinematic  Representations With Metropolises- Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL) Vol.3.2.2015, ISSN(online) 2321-3108 and ISSN(print) 2395-263, p.117-121


14.                     Existence and Environment in the Literature of Margins: “Poisoned Bread” by Arjun Dangle, Research Journal of English Language and Literature, Vol.3.2.2015. ISSN(online) 2321-3108 and ISSN(print) 2395-2636, p. 128-131

15.                     Myths and Ways of the Seas/Rivers in Amitav Ghosh’s Novel “Sea of poppies”, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities (IJELLH), Vol. III, Issue III, May 2015. ISSN(online) 2321-3108 and ISSN(print) 2395-2636, p. 114-122

16.                     Spices Action with the Internal World, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities (IJELLH) Vol. III, Issue III, May 2015, ISSN 2321-7065, p.301-312

17.                     Psycho-Socio-Cultural Matrix of Women’s World in the Selected Indian Women’s Writings, Journal of English Language and Literature (JOELL), ISSN 2349-9753, p.121-126


18.                     Realistic American Short Fiction of 1950-60s: Portraying Life and Nation, International Journal of English: Literature, language and Skills (IJELLS),  ISSN 2278-0742, p. 77-81

19.                     Feminine Subjectivities on Geopolitical Platform: Introspective Diaspora in the Namesake and The Swinging Bridge. SUJELS, Inaugural Issue, Journal of English Literary Studies. Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, 2013-14, ISSN 2320-3056 , p. 115-122.


20.                     Theory at Work: African-American/African Text, history and Culture. LITERARIA, Vol.3, No.2. Bahri Publ.: New Delhi, July-Dec. 2013, ISSN 2229-4600. Special Issue on Comparative Literature p. 38-54.

21.                      The Writings of Women of Royal Families. THE QUEST – A Peer Reviewed Literary Journal, Vol. 30, No.1, June 2016, p. 75-87. ISSN 0971-2321.

22.                      Bondage and Liberation in the East and West Poetics. POETCRIT Vol.29, issue 1 (Jan.2016): p. 41-55.

23.                      Environmental Ecology: Paralyzed Through Political and Economic Re-Modifications and Fiefdom. JOELL (Journal of English language and Literature) Internationally Peer reviewed refereed Journal, Vol.3, Issue 49(2016): p.38-42. ISSN 2349-9753.

24.                      Human Vulnerable to Ingenuity Gaps: A Critical Study of the Plays- Ghasiram Kotwal, Kamala, Vultures and Sakharam Binder. IJELLH (International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities) Indexed, Peer Reviewed & Refereed Journal, Vol.4, Issue I (Jan. 2016): p. 352-361. ISSN 2321-7056.

25.                      Social Culture, Fact and Practice in Translation. THE CONTEXT (Quarterly e-journal of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies) Vol.2, Issue 4 (2015): 456-462. Web.  http://www.magnuspublishing.com. Article Number: TCissn.2349-4948/2.4a083.

26.                      Psyche – An Object of Coercion: The Epic Mahabharata. IJELLS (International Journal of Language and Literature Studies), Vol. 4, Issue 2 (2015) p. 39-43.  ISSN 2278-0742.www.ijells.com

27.                     Technology and Management Mapping Indian Education and Employability. IJELLS (International Journal of Language and Literature Studies), Vol. 4, Issue 4 (Jan. 2016) p. 159-163.  ISSN 2278-0742.www.ijells.com

 

Papers in Foreign Publications after Doctorate Degree

 

1.   Violation of Women’s Human Rights: Measures and Strategies to Safeguard. CONGRESSO FEMINISTA: Lisbon, Portugal. (2008) CD ROM.

2.   V. S. Naipaul’s  Dialogic Perception.  Indo - Caribbean Studies Association. Warwick University, U.S.A.  (2009)  CD ROM.

3.   CD Rom Conference Proceedings on http://www.ictbm.org/ictbm12/ICTBM12CD/ “Integrating Traditional Business – Practices with Technology in Nation-Building”. International Integrating Conference on Technology and business management (ICTBM-12), organized by University of Wollongong in Dubai & International Forum of Management Scholars (INFOMS), AIMS International & International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management.

4.   History and Political Governance of Reservation Policy in India. Other Indias: The Richhness of Indian Multiplicity. Ed. Juan  Ignacio Oliva. AEEII, Spain. 2013 (Accepted for Publication)


Papers  after Doctorate Degree

   

1.   “The Nature of Aesthetics and Ethics in Classical Literature of India: A Study of Kalidas’s Plays Malvikaganimitram, Abhijanansakuntalam and Vikramorvasiyam”. South Asian Literature: Criticism and Poetry. Ed. Bhaskar  Roy Barman. New Delhi: Authorpress. 2011. ISBN 978-81-7273-600-2 Pp.178-195.

2.   “Political Consciousness in the Textual Discourse: “The Poisoned Bread”. Literary Insight, Vol.4 (Jan.) 2013. ISSN 0975-6248.Pp. 198-203.

3.   “Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things: A Manifestation of the New Social Movement”. Contemporary Discourse Vol. 4,  Issue 1 (Jan.) 2013. ISSN – 0976-3686. Pp. 125-131.

4.   “The Infrahuman Gaze: Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell”. Poetcrit Vol. XXVI, Issue 1 (Jan.) 2013. ISSN-09702830.Pp. 75-81.

5.   “No Construction Zone: A Political Issue or an Environmental Concern”      www.udaipurtimes.com/ Published: October 29, 2012.

6.   Attitude   and Aesthetics in Tagore’s Essays – Sadhana and Creative Unity. Journal SAMAJMITTI. ISSN No. 2319-9903. Udaipur.

7.   The paper titled ‘Impact and Implications of Cultural Contexts in Classroom: An Overview”. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference and 43rd Annual ELTAI Conference, organized by Velammal Enginerring College, Chennai, India and ELTAI on the theme “The English Classroom – Experiments and Experiences”

8.   Gender and Child Custody. Gender Empowerment: Choice and Changes. Eds. V.L.Chouhan & Jayshree Singh, et.al. Himanshu Publ.: New Delhi, 2012. ISBN: 978-81-7906-308-8.

9.   The Context and Construction of Religion in Art vs Reality: A Study in the Selected Travelogues of V.S.Naipaul. VOICES, Vol.1; No.2 (Sept. 2011). Ed. Rajul Bhargava. Jaipur: Rawat Publ. ISSN 2230-875X.

10.                     Disillusions, Confessions and Inanities in the Selected Poems of K. N. Daruwala. National Conference on ‘Urban catharsis: The Psycho-Moral Cleansing Effects of Literature in English” (NCUC – 2012) Dept. of English, Lingaya’sUniversity, Faridabad, Haryana. Conference Proceedings, Ed. Dr. Omana Antony.

11.                     "Reservation in the Nation-building Activites: Policing Compromise, Compensation or Separatism". Developing to Developed Nation. Journal of Aishwarya Shikshan Sansthan, Vol.1 (August 2011). Udaipur: AES. ISSN: 2249-2100.

12.                           V. S. Naipaul’s Dialogic Perception vis-à-vis Cultural Relativists’ Psyche. WORD IMAGE MUSIC Pst Colonial readings in the Age of New Media,. Ed. Prof. S.P.Pani and Dr. P.P.Panigrahi. Bhubaneshwar, Utkal Univ.: Distance & Continuing Education. ISSN: 0974-5416. Vol.II, July 2010.

13.                     Sensitising Feminist Perspectives: Mrinal Pandey’s Daughter’s Daughter and Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye. Vol. XXII / No.1/ Jan.2009. ISSN: 0970-2830.

14.                     Verbal Culture of EFL: Its Inter-Relationship with ESL. JOURNAL OF RAJASTHAN ASSOCIATION FOR STUDIES IN ENGLISH. Vol.6: 76-89 (2010). Udaipur, India. ISSN: 0975-3419

15.                     Authencity of Protest and Resistance: Kanthapura and the Writings of B.R Ambedkar. THE QUEST: Ranchi, India. ISSN: 0971-2321.

16.                     Business Survival Strategies of India and China in the Global Market. STORMING THE GLOBAL BUSINESS. Eds. Biswajeet Patnayak and et al. Excel Books: New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-7446-788-1.

17.                     The Role of NGOs in Conservation of Lakes and Wetlands: Linking the Global and Local Perspective. Proceedings of TAAL2007: The 12th World Lake Conference: 1263-71. Eds. M.Sengupta and R.Dalwani. (2008) New Delhi.

18.                     Social Psychology of the Family: Strategic Interventions for the Elderly People’s Well Being. JOURNAL OF WELL BEING: Udaipur, India. Vol. 1/Number 1/Jan, 2008. ISSN: 0974-8717.

19.                     An Analysis of Social and Political Constraints in the Writings on the Women of Royal Families. GENDER STUDIES – Attestations and Contestations. Ed. Rajul Bhargava. Rawat Publications: New Delhi.2010. ISBN 81-316-0324-5.

20.                     Class and Caste Conflicts in Relation to Cultural Sterility and Anti-Nationalism: A Study in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura and B.R.Ambedkar’s Writings. SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE POSTCOLONIAL INDIAN ENGLISH FICTION. Ed. Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay. Sarup Book Publ.: New Delhi. 2009. ISBN -978-81-7625-947-7.

21.                     Gender and The Changing World of Women. The Journal URBAN WORLD. Mumbai, Maharashtra.

22.                     Collective Consciousness in Indian Context: A Comparative Study Journal KAFLA Intercontinental Publication: Punjab. Issue April- June 2010.

23.                     The Stage Representation of Assimilation/Differentiation Dichotomy: A Study in the Selected Plays of Kaldasa”. Ethics and Aesthetics: Essays in Indian Literature. Ed. Dr. Seema Malik & Dr. Seema Kashyap. Creative Books: New Delhi. 2010. ISBN: 81-8043-081-2

24.                     Finessing the Educational Insights. RESEARCH COMMUNICATION Vol.2, No.1. Oct.2010. ISSN: 0975-3613

25.                     Poetry Constructing Inadvertent Human Nature”.  Foreword for Slum Flowers (Poems) written by P.L.Sreedharan Parokode. New Delhi: APH Publ. Corp., ( 2011). ISBN 978-81-313-1047-2

 



Invited as Resource Person or for Lectures

Feminine Subjectivities and Diaspora Geopolitics
Gender and Change in Transnational Context

2011 (ACLA) Annual Conference of the American Comparative.

Literature Association at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada from 31 March to April 2011.
Theory at Work: African-American/African Text, History & Culture”
“Regarding Africa into African and American Literature & History”

University of North Florida, in the 2011 MELUS/USACLALS Joint Conference Program on April 7, 2011.

The Female Players in the Selected Indian Classical Plays of Kalidasa
The Classic Figure: Women in the Ancient World

42nd Annual Convention (2011) of (NeMLA) Northeast Modern Language Association, New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A.

The Stage Representations of Assimilation/Differentiation Dichotomy. A Study in the Selected Play of Kalidasa - Malvikagnimitram

Indo-Spanish Association of Inter-disciplinary Studies in India Conference held at University of Cordoba, Spain from 29 June to July 2, 2009.

Violation of Women’s Human Rights: Measures and Strategies to Safeguard

 10th International Interdisciplinary Congress of WOMEN’S WORLDS 2008,held in Madrid, Spain on July 3-9, 2008.

An Analysis of Socio-Political Constraints in the Autobiography of Rajput Women

 South Asian Literature Association Conference, held in San Francisco, U.S.A., on Dec. 26-27, 2008.

Integration of Tradition with Technology for the Nation-Development Activities

Developing to Developed Nation

(PANEL DISCUSSION COORDINATOR) Aishwarya Education Society, Udaipur, National Seminar, 22August 2011.

New Paradigms and Applications in Educational Evaluation in Arts & Social Sciences

UGC Sponsored National Seminar held at India International College, Jaipur on 14-15 March 2010.

Strategies for the Prevention of Violence and Violation of Women Rights
Women’s Role: Expectations & Identity

UGC Sponsored National Seminar held at India International College, Jaipur on 25-26 March 2010.

Measures and Strategies to Prevent Violence on Women
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005: Challenges Ahead.
National Seminar 25th to 26th March 2008. Jamia Millia Islamia, Central University, New Delhi.
The Operational Structure of United Nations Organisation

The Foundation Day of UNO, 24th October 2009. Mohanlal Sukhadia University Udaipur

Self-Perception, Capacity Building and Communicative Skills.
The Unorganized Sector Women Entrepreneurs and their Capacity Building in Rajsamand District.

Workshop – 18 September 2007. UGC Center for Women Studies, MLSU Udaipur.

The Power of Human Resource.

World Population Day 2004. Population Research Center, MLSU, Udaipur.
 Life-Skills
Communication Skills and Language Application through Mass Media (Newspaper)
 09-13 Sept., 2014 At Vidya Bhawan G.S.Teachers College (College Of Teacher Education), Udaipur
Gender Policing in Language and Communication
Continuous and Cumulative Assessment

Dated – 17-09-2015, Vidya Bhawan G.S.Teachers College, CTE, Udaipur

English – From Classes to Masses
Language Application Skills & Employability: A Challenge for Indian ELT Classrooms
ELTAI, India & VIT, Jaipur, 23-24, 2014
Resource Person – Women Rights and Government Acts
UGC Orientation Programme for newly recruited Asstt. Profs.

Central University of Rajasthan, Bandarsindri, Kishangarh, 03-01-2014

Resource Person
Workshop on Gender Audit

Central University of Rajasthan, Bandarsindri, Kishangarh, 02-01-2014

Resource Person
Workshop on QUESTION REPOSITORY (ENGLISH)

Gandhi Bhawan, VMOU, Kota, Jan. 23-25, 2014

Resource Person
VIDEO REPOSITORY LECTURES

EMPC Studio, in English Literary Studies, Jan. 23-24, 2014

Resource Person – “Gender and Culture” dated: 28-10-2013
In-Service Training Programme 21Oct. -09 Nov., 2013

Regional Centre, Udaipur. Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Deptt. Of Culture, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India


NATIONAL – Conferences in India

1.   Road to Smart Cities and Smart Villages: Governance and Development. 5th national Conference on “A Road Map of India Ahead”, 12-13 Feb. 2016 at St. Xavier’s college, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
2.   Sexual Harassment: Registered Cases and Impediments. Theme - Gender Discrimination, Harassment At Workplace and Social Work Intervention. Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi and Udaipur School of Social Work, JRN Raj. Vidyapeeth Univ., Udaipur (Raj.), Feb. 27-28, 2015
3.   Violence in the Psyche: The Epic Mahabharat. Rethinking Mahabharat: Contemporary Contexts and Texts. Conference Director – Department of English, U.C.S.S.H., Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, March 16-17, 2015.
4.   The Myth and Magic of Indian Spices: The Mistress of Spices by C.B.Divakaruni (paper shared). Theme - Skill Orientation and Women Empowerment. UGC Centre for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur (Raj.), 23 Dec. 2014.
5.   Configuring Memories and Desire for Alienated Mother: Pomegranate Dreams, Theme - Skill Orientation and Women Empowerment. UGC Centre for Women Studies, MLSU, Udaipur (Raj.), 23 Dec. 2014.
6.   “Contestations and Dissensions in the Tribal Areas of Udaipur Region” at Bn PG College, sponsored by UGC, New Delhi, March 8-9, 2014 in the national conference on ‘Paths of Development and Indian tribes.
7.   “Sensitising Cultural Counterpoint in Vijay Chouhan’s ‘Pomegranate Dreams’, in two day national seminar The Power of the Short Story, 15-26, 2014, organized by IRIS, Jaipur and Kanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur.
8.   “Nature and Culture in Indian literature in Translation” in the national Conf. on “Writing the Environment: Women, Literature and performing Arts” held by the Deptt. of English & Center for Women’s Studies, JNV University, Jodhpur, Feb. 14-15, 2014.
9.   “Spectator-Screen process in the Movie ‘Gajini’ at Sadaa National Conference held at S.S.Jain Subodh Jain PG College, Jaipur on the theme “Cinematic Codes: Concerned Communications” on 26-27-28 Sept. 2013.
10.                     ‘ ‘Gajini’ Movie: Dismantling the Exclusion of Women as Other, as Sexual Difference”at National Seminar, 4-5 Oct. 2013 on the theme “Socio-Legal Issues Female Foeticide and Infanticide in India”, held at Women Cell, University of Kota, Kota.
11.                     “Disillusions, Confessions and Inanities in the Selected Poems of K. N. Daruwala”, presented in the national conference on ‘Urban Catharsis: The Psycho-Moral Cleansing Effects of Literatures in English, at Lingaya University, Faridabad. 3-4 Feb. 2011.
12.                     Meerabai: A Study in Context of Literature and Nature, presented in the National Seminar on The Status of Environment and Policies in the Pre-Independent India, by Pratap Shodh Pratishtan,  Bhupal Nobles Sansthan, 21-22 Jan. 2012, Udaipur (Raj.)
13.                     Secular Transethnic Culture: The Moral Vision of Bernard Malamund’s Selected Works, presented at Annual RASE conference by Dept. of English, Govt. Dungar College Bikaner, Rajasthan. 26-27 Nov. 2011.
14.                     “The Creative process and Contemplation”, in Katha Sandhi Programme (Supported by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi) & organized by Institute for Research in Interdisciplinary Studies, 12-13th November, 2011.
15.                     The paper “A New Dimension for Learning Sports: Economic Growth” presented in the National Seminar (Under the aegis of U.G.C.), 9-11 September, 2011, organized by Department of Physical Education, Government Meera Girls’ College, Udaipur, Rajasthan.
16.                     The paper “Cultural Crossovers in Myths: Suniti Namjoshi’s Feminist Fables & Saint Suniti and Dragon” presented in the National symposium Indo-Canadian Concerns: Towards Building up a Cultural Bridge, 27-28 March, 2011. Dept. of English, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur & Indian Association for Canadian Studies.
17.                     The paper “Pedagogic Feminist Paradigms: A Study in Suniti Nam Joshi’s Feminist Fables and Saint Suniti’s “The Dragon” presented at UGC sponsored National Seminar and Seventh Annual Conference of Rajasthan Association for Studies in English, on 23-24 January, 2010, held by the Dept. of English, S.P.U. (P.G.) College, Falna, Rajasthan.
18.                     The paper “Emotional Versus Moral Intelligence: A Study in Gandhi’s Writings” presented at the seminar, held by the Dept. of Psychology, UGC Centre for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur in collaboration with Academy of Well Being Society, Udaipur on 22-23 Dec., 2009.
19.                     The paper “Authenticity of Protest and Resistance against Casteism for Solidarity of the Nation- A Study in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura and B.R. Ambedkar’s Writings” presented on 19-20, October, 2008, held by the Dept. of English, J.D.B. Government College for Women, Kota.
20.                     The paper “Social Psychology of the Family: Strategic Interventions for the Elderly People’s Well Being” presented on Jan. 11-12, 2008, held by the Dept. of Psychology, UGC Center for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur (Raj.) and Academy of Well Being Society, Udaipur.
21.                     The paper "Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005: Challenges Ahead", held on 25-26 March, 2008 organized by Sarojini Naidu Center for Women's Studies, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi.
22.                     The paper “Indian Media: Negotiating Culture and Human Rights” presented on 10-11 October, 2008, held by the International College for Girls, Jaipur in association with Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, Jaipur.
23.                     The paper “The Stage Representations of Assimilation and Differentiation Dichotomy – A Study in the Selected Plays of Kalidasa” presented on 23-24 Sept. 2008, held by the Dept. of English, MLSU, Udaipur.
24.                     The paper “The Women’s Revolt of Consciousness; Tradition versus Individual Reality” presented on 7-10 Feb., 2008, held by the Indian Association for Women’s Studies at the University of Lucknow, U.P.
25.                     The paper “Women and Democracy; Effective Realization of the Rights of Women” presented on 28 Feb. -01 March, 2007, held by the Dept. of Political Science, Kanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur.
26.                     The paper “Advantage India: New Forms of HR’s Productivity” presented on 2-3 October, 2006, held by the Dept. of Business Administration and MHRM, Of MLSU, Udaipur.

27.                     The paper “Occupational Integration of Women Entering in the Police World” presented on 3-4 November, 2006, held by the UGC center for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur.

28.                     The paper “Gender, Planning and Human Rights” presented on 6-7 October, 2006, held by the UGC Center for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur.

29.                     The paper “The Streetcar Named Desire – A Morass of Living Death” presented on April-3, 2005 at the II Annual RASE Conference, held by Rabindra Nath Tagore College, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan.

30.                     The paper “Curriculum Development and the Role of Teachers” presented on Feb. 28-29, 2004 at the I Annual Conference held by the Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (University) Udaipur.

31.                     The paper “Naipaul’s Journey of Self Enlightened through An Area of Darkness” presented on Jan. 19-20, 2004 at the national Seminar held by the Dept. of English, MLSU, Ufdaipur and Indian Association for Canadian Studies, New Delhi.


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES (in India and Abroad)
1.   Mahendra Bhatnagar’s ‘Struggling for Life’ – A Broad Spectrum of Life. At Kafla’s Intercontinental’s 11th International Writers’ Festival – India, 14-15 October, 2016, organized by the Deptt. of English, MLSU, Udaipur, Rajasthan and India Inter-Continental Cultural Association, Chandigarh, India.
2.   Decadence of Nature’s Law – metaphor in the Selected Fictions. 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of Marjanne Gooze, D. “The Language of Thematics”, date of talk: Friday, July 22nd, 2016/12:00pm.
3.   The Poetic process of Contemplation and Creation. 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of Marta Skwara, D. The language of Thematics”, date of talk: Friday, July 22nd, 2016/2:00pm.
4.   Translation: A social fact and Practice. 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of Sandra Bermann, L. “Engaging Publicsa in and Through Translation”, date of talk: Saturday, July 23rd, 2016/10:00am.
5.   The Status of dalits in multilingual India: A Question of Retrieval – A comparative Study. 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of Mythili Rao “The Literature and Language of”, date of talk: Saturday, July 23rd, 2016/4:40pm.
6.   The Emotions in the narratives of Migration. 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of  Trauvich, Rhona “Many Cultures and Idioms, date of talk: Monday, July 25th, 2016/10:00am.
7.   Performance in Plays: The Modern metaphysical Mentality of Indian Playwrights – Mahesh Dattani, Manjula Padmanabham and Vijay Tendulkar 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016), July 21-27, 2016 at the session of Marc Maufort & Dorothy Figureia “Indian Theatre, Ritual and Drama; towards an Intercultural Understanding of the Dramatic”, date of talk: Wednesday, July 27th, 2016/2:00pm
8.   Prejudice and Democracy: A Study of Dalits as Margins in Minority Literature on the theme ‘Multiculturalism and Globalism’ 25-27 Jan. 2016, organized by Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies and O.P.Jindal Global university, Sonipat.
9.   Technology: Changing Face of Indian Education and Employment in ELT. Oral Presentation PPT in 2015 GITS-MTMI International Conference at GITS, Udaipur, Rajasthan (India) on December 27-29, 2015.
10.         Seas and Rivers as Borders/Boundaries: Shaping Identities of the South Asian Indians (ORAL Presentation via SKYPE) on the conference theme of BORDERS, BOUNDARIES, AND MARGINS at the panel Session of Amitav Ghosh: Seas, Rivers, Girmitiyas in the The 15th Annual South Asian Literary Association Conference, 6 -7 January 2015, Listel Hotel, 1300 Robson St. Vancouver, Canada
11.         Cinematic Representations with Metropolises on the theme of the Internal Conference “Hindi Cinema and Society” organized by Rajasthan International Film Festival, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, 28-29 Nov. 2014
12.         Translation: A Social Fact and Practice in the International Conference theme “Literary Translation: Theory and Practice”, organized by the Deptt. Of English, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur & The Shakespeare Association, India, 4-6 Dec. 2014
13.         Ramabai Espinet: Reading of ….. Caribbean History” in the IACLALS Conference theme ‘Margins, Globalization and the Postcolonial’, held by the Deptt. of English and Cultural Studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh, Feburary 20-22, 2014.
14.         “Manifestations of Multi-Ethnic Identities in Contemporary American Writings” on Identity, Ecology and Culture in Twentieth Literatures, 6-8, 2014., Deptt. of English, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
15.         “Education and Well-being Determine Unity in Diversity” at the International Seminar, 12-13 Nov. 2013 held at Bhupal Nobles Post-Graduate College, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur on the theme “Education, Well-Being and National Integration” in association with Indo-German Society, Rajasthan Chapter and Academy of Well Being Society.
16.         “Feminism and Social Ethics” presented at International Seminar ‘Interpreting Feminism vis-à-vis Activism, sponsored by National Commission for Women and ICSSR, Jan. 23-25, 2013 at Kanoria College, Jaipur.
17.         “ESL/EFL: Competency and Interventions for Rural Belt Speakers” at the International Conference on Empowering the English Language Classroom organized by the Deptt. of Humanities & Social Science, MNIT, Jaipur from 18-19 January, 2013.
18.         “Impact and Implications of Cultural Contexts in Classroom: An Overview”, presented at 7th International and 43rd Annual ELTAI Conference, organized by Velammal Engineering College, Chennai – 66 in association with All India ELTA, 19-21 July, 2012.
19.         “Encountering Tradition in Learners Engagement”, presented at Third International ELT@I Rajasthan Conference on “Interfacing Language, Culture and Technology”, Deptt. of Humanities and languages, 8-9 October, 2012, BITS PILANI, Rajasthan.
20.         “New Social Movement: The Untouchables in ‘The God of Small Things’ and Dalits in the ‘Poisoned Bread’ ”, presented at International Conference on “Minority Discourses Across Cultures”, Dept. of English, Central University of Rajasthan & Comparative Literature Association of India, Feb., 2011
21.         "Reservation in the Nation-building Activities: Policing Compromise, Compensation or Separatism" in the II Biennial Conference of the Spanish Association for Interdisciplinary India Studies, at the University of La Laguna, Spain, 23-26 Nov. 2011.
22.         “Emerging IT Frontiers, Opportunities and Challenges to ELT in Urban Areas,” in the II International Conference on the theme ‘Embracing Glocal English’, organized by ELT@I Rajasthan, Jaipur Chapter in association with VIT Campus, Jaipur and RELO, Delhi on 4th 7 5th Nov. 2011.
23.         Literature Association at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada from 31 March to April 2011. The paper “Feminine Subjectivities and Diaspora Geopolitics” in the “Gender and Change in Transnational Context” in the 2011 (ACLA) Annual Conference of the American Comparative.
24.         The paper titled “Theory at Work: African-American/African Text, History & Culture” on the panel “Regarding Africa into African and American Literature & History, University of North Florida, in the 2011 MELUS/USACLALS Joint Conference Program on April 7, 2011.

25.         The paper titled “The female Players in the Selected Indian Classical Plays of Kalidasa” on the panel ‘The Classic Figure: Women in the Ancient World at the 42nd Annual Convention (2011) of (NeMLA) Northeast Modern Language Association, New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A. 

26.         The paper “V.S.Naipaul’s Dialogic Perception for Religion and Rituals” presented at the Indo-Caribbean Literature and Culture Studies Association Biennal Conference on 1-2 July 2010, in the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

27.         The paper “The Stage Representations of Assimilation/Differentiation Dichotomy. A Study in the Selected Play of Kalidasa - Malvikagnimitram” presented at Indo-Spanish Association of Inter-disciplinary Studies in India Conference held at University of Cordoba, Spain from 29 June to July 2, 2009.

28.         The paper “Violation of Women’s Human Rights: Measures and Strategies to Safeguard” presented at the 10th International Interdisciplinary Congress of WOMEN’S WORLDS 2008,held in Madrid, Spain on July 3-9, 2008.

29.         The paper “An Analysis of Socio-Political Constraints in the Autobiography of Rajput Women” presented at the South Asian Literature Association Conference, held in San Francisco, U.S.A., on Dec. 26-27, 2008.

30.         The paper “The Role of NGOs in Conservation of Lakes and Wetlands: Linking the Global and Local Perspective” at the 12th World Lake Conference, held in Jaipur, India during 28th October to 2 November 2007.

31.         The paper “Gender and the Child Custody: The Changing World of Women” at the International Conference held by National Commission for Women, New Delhi and UGC Centre for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur on 30-31 March 2010.

32.         The paper “Verbal Culture of EFL: It’s Inter-Relationship with ESL” presented at the First International Asian ESL EFL Conference and VI Annual Conference of English on November 5,6 and 7, 2010, held at Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (deemed) University, Udaipur.

33.         The paper titled “Role of Administration and Management in Education” presented at the Multidisciplinary International Conference August 21-24, 2009, held by Aishwarya College of Education, Udaipur, India.

34.         The paper “Collective Consciousness: A Comparative Study in Indian Context” presented at the Kafla Inter-continental, India Inter-Continental Cultural Association, Chandigarh and Writers’ Club International on 14-15 November, 2009 held at Jaipur, India.

35.         The paper “Business Survival Strategies of India and China in the Global Market” presented at the Asian Management Congress 2009 on 3,4 and 5 December, 2009, held by the Asian school of Business Management, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa.

36.         The paper “Business Education and Vision 2010” in the International conference on Business Education in a Global Economy, held by Advantage Education Foundation, Udaipur, on Jan. 13, 2008.

37.         The paper “Sensitising Feminist Perspectives; Mrinal Pandey’s Daughter’s Daughter and Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye” at the International Seminar on Comparative Literature, held by Dept.of English, Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur and by USEFI, India, New Delhi and American Center, New Delhi, on Feburary 26-27, 2007.

38.         The paper “The Conflict between Ecology and Environment: Its Effects on Environment” held by NEBAA and LAXPRA Foundation at Advent Management College, Udaipur on January 5-6, 2007.

39.         The paper “Indian Women Integrating the Changing World of Work and Family” presented at IV International Congress on Women Work and Health, on 27-30 November, 2005, New Delhi.

40.         The paper  “Tennessee Williams protest; Towards a Psychodrama” presented at the International Conference on 20-21 August, 2004, held by Rani Durgavati Vishwavidalaya, Jabalpur in association with IGNOU, New Delhi.

41.         The paper “V.S.Naipaul’s Dialogic Perception for Religion and Rituals” presented at the Indo-Caribbean Literature and Culture Studies Association Biennal Conference on 1-2 July 2010, in the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

42.         The paper “The Stage Representations of Assimilation/Differentiation Dichotomy. A Study in the Selected Play of Kalidasa - Malvikagnimitram” presented at Indo-Spanish Association of Inter-disciplinary Studies in India Conference held at University of Cordoba, Spain from 29 June to July 2, 2009.

43.         The paper “Violation of Women’s Human Rights: Measures and Strategies to Safeguard” presented at the 10th International Interdisciplinary Congress of WOMEN’S WORLDS 2008,held in Madrid, Spain on July 3-9, 2008.

44.         The paper “An Analysis of Socio-Political Constraints in the Autobiography of Rajput Women” presented at the South Asian Literature Association Conference, held in San Francisco, U.S.A., on Dec. 26-27, 2008.

45.         The paper “The Role of NGOs in Conservation of Lakes and Wetlands: Linking the Global and Local Perspective” at the 12th World Lake Conference, held in Jaipur, India during 28th October to 2 November 2007.

46.         The paper “Gender and the Child Custody: The Changing World of Women” at the International Conference held by National Commission for Women, New Delhi and UGC Centre for Women’s Studies, MLSU, Udaipur on 30-31 March 2010.

47.         The paper “Verbal Culture of EFL: It’s Inter-Relationship with ESL” presented at the First International Asian ESL EFL Conference and VI Annual Conference of English on November 5,6 and 7, 2010, held at Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (deemed) University, Udaipur.

48.         The paper titled “Role of Administration and Management in Education” presented at the Multidisciplinary International Conference August 21-24, 2009, held by Aishwarya College of Education, Udaipur, India.

49.         The paper “Collective Consciousness: A Comparative Study in Indian Context” presented at the Kafla Inter-continental, India Inter-Continental Cultural Association, Chandigarh and Writers’ Club International on 14-15 November, 2009 held at Jaipur, India.

50.         The paper “Business Survival Strategies of India and China in the Global Market” presented at the Asian Management Congress 2009 on 3,4 and 5 December, 2009, held by the Asian school of Business Management, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa.

51.         The paper “Business Education and Vision 2010” in the International conference on Business Education in a Global Economy, held by Advantage Education Foundation, Udaipur, on Jan. 13, 2008.

52.         The paper “Sensitising Feminist Perspectives; Mrinal Pandey’s Daughter’s Daughter and Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye” at the International Seminar on Comparative Literature, held by Dept.of English, Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur and by USEFI, India, New Delhi and American Center, New Delhi, on Feburary 26-27, 2007.

53.         The paper “The Conflict between Ecology and Environment: Its Effects on Environment” held by NEBAA and LAXPRA Foundation at Advent Management College, Udaipur on January 5-6, 2007.

54.         The paper “Indian Women Integrating the Changing World of Work and Family” presented at IV International Congress on Women Work and Health, on 27-30 November, 2005, New Delhi.

55.         The paper  “Tennessee Williams protest; Towards a Psychodrama” presented at the International Conference on 20-21 August, 2004, held by Rani Durgavati Vishwavidalaya, Jabalpur in association with IGNOU, New Delhi.

56.         Seas and Rivers as Borders/Boundaries: Shaping Identities of the South Asian Indians (ORAL Presentation via SKYPE). BORDERS, BOUNDARIES, AND MARGINS, Amitav Ghosh: Seas, Rivers, Girmitiyas. The 15th Annual South Asian Literary Association Conference. 6 -7 January 2015, Listel Hotel, 1300 Robson St. Vancouver, Canada

57.         Cinematic Representations with Metropolises. Theme - Hindi Cinema and Society. Rajasthan International Film Festival, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, 28-29 Nov. 2014.

58.         Translation: A Social Fact and Practice. Theme - Literary Translation: Theory and Practice. Deptt. Of English, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur & The Shakespeare Association, India, 4-6 Dec. 2014.

59.         Language Application Skills & Employability: A Challenge for Indian ELT Classrooms. Theme - English – From Classes to Masses. ELTAI, India & VIT, Jaipur, 23-24, 2014.

Participated

1.   In the National Conference on “Emerging patterns of State Politics in India with Speacial Reference to Rajasthan” organized by ULP, Deptt. of Political Science, University of  Rajasthan, Jaipur, 22-24 Nov., 2012.
2.   In the National Seminar on Representation of Muslim Culture in Indian Cinema, 23-25 April, 2010, held by the Institute for Research in Interdisciplinary Studies (IRIS), Jaipur.
3.   In the four days Seminar on Enlightenment and Modernism from June 15, 2011 to June 18, 2011, conducted by Emeritus Prof. Jasbir Jain, in collaboration with Indian Research Institute of Canadian Studies, Jaipur and Department of Philosophy, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
4.   In the Congress on “Teaching Literature in German as Foreign Language in India” on 11-12 Dec.2009, organised by the Department of European Languages, Literature and Culture Studies, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
5.   In “Performing the Post-Colonial: Imagining India Through Film, Theater, Music and Dance” on Jan- 28-30, 2008, held by IACLALS and Dept. Of English, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur.
6.   In “The Diasporic Eye: Theory and Cultural Interpretation, 17-19 Feburary,2007 organized in collaboration with Indian Association of Canadian Studies, Government of Canada and S.S.Jain Subodh Post-Grad. College, Jaipur.

 

 

 




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  1. The present programme on television KAUN BANEGA KAROREPATI, led by the great millennium artist Amitabh Bacchan, conceptualizes the practice and performance of language through the use of cooperative learning strategies, peer tutoring, and increasing meaningful access through comprehensible input i.e. written texts with texts on recorded media – whether audio or video. It focuses on the preservation of culture, identity and mother tongue but at the same time it has developed universal auxiliary language that can be understood in the farthest locations of multi-cultural India. The KBC programme makes a judicious use of web-based learning through KBC web-game and through this internet-based learning it includes the use of social networking sites, email, chat-boxes, web-browser and podcasts. Similarly the artist Amitabh Bacchan is not only seem to be well-conversed with language proficiency as a teacher but he seems to be very much concerned with cross-culture requirements of multi-lingual nation India. If we perceive Amitabh Bacchan as the E-tutor in this programme, he provides the language driven, diagonistic based instruction that focus on individualized instruction through multi-media and online classroom, where we see the audience respond to his dedicated session of KBC and he also effectively plays the role of a citizen, a stakeholder, an employee who guarantees the completion of programme with better TRP rates day by day just like the E-Age Excellence Programmes.

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