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  • 1. M.A. (English)

    2. Certificate Course in Communicative English

    1. Ph.D. (Since September 2011)

    1. M. Phil (Approved vide notification No. F.Acd/II/39/10/7827

    1. Ph.D. 04

    2. M.A. (II Semester) 25

    3. M.A. (IV Semester) 24

    1. Pradeep Kumar (2009 batch)

    2. Balbir Singh, Bharat Singh and Varsha Devi

    10+2.

    3. The Department of English started Ph. D. Course in Sept. 2011, with four students

    enrolled with the Department.

    4. The Department of English launched a Certificate Course in Communicative English in

    Oct. 2011.

    5. The Department of English organized a National Conference on

    Narrativizing the Margins,

    Certificate Course in Communicative English

    Ph.D. (Since September 2011)

    M. Phil (Approved vide notification No. F.Acd/II/39/10/7827-40 dated: 14.12.2010)

    (2009 batch) qualified SET in 2011.

    Balbir Singh, Bharat Singh and Varsha Devi (all from 2006 batch) - got appointed in

    The Department of English started Ph. D. Course in Sept. 2011, with four students

    enrolled with the Department.

    The Department of English launched a Certificate Course in Communicative English in

    The Department of English organized a National Conference on Role of Literature in

    Margins, on 26-27 March 2012.

    40 dated: 14.12.2010)

    got appointed in

    The Department of English started Ph. D. Course in Sept. 2011, with four students

    The Department of English launched a Certificate Course in Communicative English in

    Role of Literature in

  • DR. SUBHASH CHANDER Asstt. Professor (Incharge)

    1. M.A., Ph.D.

    2. Supervising Doctoral Research since September, 2011.

    TEACHEING EXPERIENCE

    Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English, University of Jammu (Bhaderwah

    Campus) (March 2010 current).

    Lecturer at G.G.M. Science College (2004

    Lecturer at G.D.C. R.S. Pura (2007

    Lecturer at G.G.M. Science College (2008

    Guest Lectures at Govt. Degree College, Bhaderwah in a workshop organized on

    Communication Skills in

    Lectures on Communication Skills in MCA Dept., Bhaderwah Campus for the session

    2010-11.

    ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Head, Department of English, Bhaderwah Campus (Since October 2010)

    2. Member, PG Admission Committee at Dept. of English, University

    3. Course Coordinator, Certificate Course in Communicative English

    4. Appointed as special invitee to the DRC of Dept. of English, University of Jammu by the

    Honble Vice Chancellor for the Ph.D. cases of Bhaderwah.

    ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

    Orientation Programme (Grade A)

    Feb. 16 March, 2011

    DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION

    1. Race Relations and Crisis of the Immigrant Self in the novels of Hanif Kureishi.

    (Candidate: Nafisa Zargar).

    Asstt. Professor (Incharge)

    Supervising Doctoral Research since September, 2011.

    XPERIENCE (08 years)

    Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English, University of Jammu (Bhaderwah

    current).

    at G.G.M. Science College (2004 2007)

    at G.D.C. R.S. Pura (2007 2008)

    at G.G.M. Science College (2008 2010)

    Guest Lectures at Govt. Degree College, Bhaderwah in a workshop organized on

    Communication Skills in October 2011.

    Lectures on Communication Skills in MCA Dept., Bhaderwah Campus for the session

    ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Head, Department of English, Bhaderwah Campus (Since October 2010)

    Member, PG Admission Committee at Dept. of English, University of Jammu

    Course Coordinator, Certificate Course in Communicative English

    Appointed as special invitee to the DRC of Dept. of English, University of Jammu by the

    Honble Vice Chancellor for the Ph.D. cases of Bhaderwah.

    NTATION PROGRAMME

    (Grade A) at Academic Staff College, University of Jammu from 19

    SUPERVISIONS:

    Race Relations and Crisis of the Immigrant Self in the novels of Hanif Kureishi.

    Nafisa Zargar).

    Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English, University of Jammu (Bhaderwah

    Guest Lectures at Govt. Degree College, Bhaderwah in a workshop organized on

    Lectures on Communication Skills in MCA Dept., Bhaderwah Campus for the session

    Head, Department of English, Bhaderwah Campus (Since October 2010)

    of Jammu

    Appointed as special invitee to the DRC of Dept. of English, University of Jammu by the

    at Academic Staff College, University of Jammu from 19

    Race Relations and Crisis of the Immigrant Self in the novels of Hanif Kureishi.

  • 2. Cyberpunk and Counterculture Discourse: A Study of the selected novels of William

    Gibbson and Philip K. Dick. (Candidate: Aruna Bhat)

    3. Canadian Nationalism and Ethno-racial Aspirations: A Study of the Selected plays of

    Drew Hyden Taylor, Tomson Highway and George Ryga. (Candidate: Sonia Sharma).

    4. Constructing the Nation: Yeats and Decolonization of Irish Drama. (Candidate: Pankaj

    Sharma).

    March 26-27, 2012: Organized a National Conference on Role of Literature in Narrativizing

    the Margins.

    Oct. 2011: Designed and started a Three Months Certificate Course in Communicative

    English.

    July, 2011: Published internationally a book entitled Canadian Nationalism and George

    Ryga: A Postcolonial Perspective.

    June 2009 July 2010: Member Editorial Board for the Multidisciplinary Journal of the

    University of Jammu.

    14-16 Dec. 2009: Participated and presented a paper titled George Ryga and

    Cosmopolitanism: A Re-evaluation (Organized by the Department of English in collaboration

    with the Department of Political Science).

    2009: Multicultural and Ethnoracial Aspirations: A Study of George Rygas Seven Hours to

    Sundown (submitted for publication in Researcher A Multidisciplinary Journal of the

    University of Jammu).

    2009: Voice of Resistance: A Study of George Rygas The Ecstasy of Rita Joe and Indian

    (Published in Researcher A Multidisciplinary Journal of the University of Jammu).

    15-16 Dec. 2005: Presented a paper entitled Voice of Resistance: A Critique of Canadian

    Nationalism in the plays of George Ryga (International Conference and 12th

    Annual

    Convention of IASCL on Contemporary Thought and New Literatures in English at

    Choudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut).

  • 2005: Feminism in Nayantara Sahgals Rich Like Us (The Commonwealth Review, Vol.XV

    no. 2 an international refereed bi-annual journal devoted to the new literatures)

  • Dr. Narendra Kumar - Assistant Professor

    1. M. A., NET (UGC), Ph.D.

    2. Certificate Course in French

    Teaching Experience (08 years)

    Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English, University of Jammu (Bhaderwah

    Campus) (April 2010 current).

    Sr. Lecturer & Head, Dept. of English, Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology,

    Management & Gramothan, Jaipur (May 2009 April 2010)

    Lecturer & Head, Dept. of English, Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology,

    Management & Gramothan, Jaipur (July 2007 April 2009)

    Guest Faculty, Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, Malviya National Institute of

    Technology, Jaipur (August 2006 June 2007)

    Lecturer & Head, Dept. of English, Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology,

    Management & Gramothan, Jaipur (August 2004 June 2006)

    Administrative Responsibilities Held

    Incharge, Central Library, Bhaderwah Campus, University of Jammu (September 2010-

    current)

    Editor-in-Chief of THE SKIT TIMES, the quarterly news bulletin of Swami Keshvanand

    Institute of Technology, Management and Gramothan Jaipur, from August 2004 to June

    2006 and from July 2007 to April 2010

    Orientation/Faculty Development Programmes

    Orientation Programme (Grade A), North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong,

    2-29 May 2011

    AICTE/MHRD sponsored Winter school on Imaginative Reading, Creative Writing:

    Language, Literature and the Teacher, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur,

    1- 7 February 2010

    Facilitation in Infrastructure and Course-ware Development

    Established Digital Multimedia Language Laboratory and developed its course-ware at

    Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management and Gramothan, Jaipur

  • Research Papers

    - Published in Journals/Books

    Negotiating Erasure: Identity in Kim Scotts Benang. Identity, Ethos and Ethnicity:

    Australia and India, eds. Anurag Sharma and Pradeep Trikha, Ajmer: Arawlii

    Publication, 2010, pp. 92-102. ISBN: 978-81-7711-213-9

    Fluid Identities and Home: Caryl Phillipss The Atlantic Sound. The International

    Journal of Culture, Literature and Criticism. Issue No. 2, Oct. 2010, pp. 56-67. ISSN:

    0976-1608

    - Conference/Seminar Papers

    Race and the Politics of Representation: Epistemological Challenges Posed by the

    Revisionary Studies of Canonical Literatures. Presented in the Fourteenth

    international conference of the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Vadodara on

    Transcending Disciplinary Decadence: Exploring Challenges to Teaching, Scholarship,

    and Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences, held in Jaipur on 18-21

    December 2011.

    Cosmopolitanism, Inter-narrativity and Cultural Empathy: Caryl Phillips The

    Nature of Blood and Zadie Smiths White Teeth. Presented in the Melus-Melow

    international conference on In Search of Sol