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Mr. Chandramani  [Humanities]

Name : Mr. Chandramani
Designation : Assistant Professor (English)
Phone No. : +91-9658612767
Email Id : chandramani_hum@vssut.ac.in
Date of Birth : 26-03-1984
Date of Joining : 22-09-2017
  • Qualification

    PhD (Berhampur University, Odisha), M.Phil (Berhampur University, Odisha), MA (Berhampur University, Odisha)
  • Specialization

    Indian and Canadian Literature, Feminism
  • Experience

    04 Years
  • Subject Teaching

    Graduate Level

    : Communicative English & Business Communication

    Post Graduate Level

    : Communicative English & Business Communication
  • Research Area

    Indian and Canadian Literature, Feminism
  • Research Guidance

    Ph. D. Candidates

    : NIL

    M. Tech. Candidates

    : NIL
  • Awards & Honours

    1.Department Gold Medalist in MA 2009 Batch (Berhampur University)
    2.UGC-NET Qualified in June 2014
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  • Publications

    International Publications

    1.The Indecisiveness and Hypocrisy of Holden in J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, Global Research Analysis (GRA) ISSN: 2277-8160. Vol. II, Iss. IV, April 2013. Page 175-176.
    2.The Spark of Evil within Man as a Driving Factor in Golding’s Lord of the Flies: A Study, Indian Journal of Applied Research (IOSR) ISSN: 2249-555X. Vol. III, Iss. V, May 2013. Page 1-3.
    3.Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss: Elements of American Dream and Globalization, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) ISSN: 2279-0837. Vol. XI, Iss. II, April 2013. Page 79-81.
    4.Gender and Disharmony in Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence, International Journal of English Literature (IJEL) ISSN: 2141-2626, Vol. V, Iss. IV, June 2014. Page 97-100.
    5.Elements of Humanism in the Novel of Anita Desai’s Cry, The Peacock. International Journal of English language, Literature and Humanities (IJELLH) ISSN: 2321-7065, Vol. IV. Iss. VII, July 2016. Page 518-524
    6.The Strangled Voice of Urmila and Other Female Protagonists in Shashi Deshpande’s The Binding Vine. Langlit: An International Peer-Reviewed Journal. ISSN 2349-5189, Vol. 3, Iss. 3, February 2017. Page 544-549.
    7.Environmental Re-Imagination in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing. The Criterion: An International Journal in English. ISSN 0976-8165. Vol. 8. Iss. 3, June 2017.

    National Publications

    1.A Woman’s World in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors: A Feminist Study, LITERARY ORACLE (ISSN: 2348-4772), Vol. I, Iss. I, Jan-June 2014. Page 67-81.
    2.Exploring the Female Body and Identity of Marian McApin: A Study of Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman. Remarking (Social Research Foundation) ISSN: 2455-0817, Vol. III, Iss. I, June 2016. Page 113-116.




  • Books/ Chapter Published

    1.Decolonizing the Female Protagonists: Reading of Shashi Deshpande’s Fictions. “Indian English Novels: Styles and Motives.” ISBN: 978-93-83109-82-1.Vishwabharati Research Centre (Maharashtra State). Edited by Dipak Giri, 2018. Pg-48-60.
    2.The Conflict of Identity and Culture in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors. “Identity, Diaspora and Literature: Theorizing New Diasporic Consciousness.” ISBN: 978-93-87281-65-3. Authors Press (New Delhi). Edited by Nitesh Narnolia and Mousam, 2018. Pg-139-152.
    3.Down the Memory Lane-The Theme and Concept of Nationalism through the Eyes of Tha’mma and Tridib: A Study of The Shadow Lines. “Indian Writing in English: Themes & Techniques” ISBN: 978-9382485-59-9. Vangamay Publication & Distributors (U.P.). Ed. by Ram Avadh Prajapati & Shailesh Sharma. 2016. Page 122-130.
    4.The Socio-Economic Aspects of Coolie: A Postmodern Analysis with Reference to Munoo. “Reflections on Postmodern Literature. ISBN: 978-3-659-96590-6. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. Ed. by Dr. Vijay Chaudhari. 2016. Page 99-106.
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  • Address for Communication

    Present Address : 
    Department of Humanities,
    Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla
    Sambalpur, Odisha, India
      Permanent Address : 
    At-Sardula, Po-Dumakumpa,
    PS-Bhanjanagar, Dist-Ganjam,
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