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PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA ADARSHA MAHAVIDYALAYA, BEHALI

(Govt. Model College)

Ratowa, Gingia, Biswanath

Assam, Pin:784 184

Established:2017

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পণ্ডিত দীনদয়াল উপাধ্যায় আদৰ্শ মহাবিদ্যালয়, বিহালী

PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA ADARSHA MAHAVIDYALAYA, BEHALI
(Govt. Model College)
Ratowa, Gingia, Biswanath
Assam, Pin:784 184
Established:2017

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Anannya Nath

Anannya Nath

MA, UGC-NET, SLET, GATE

Assistant Professor

Dept. of English

Specialization : Translation Studies

Academic

SlDegreeYearGradeInstitute/Board
1B.A2016-20191st Class 1st PositionDibrugarh University
2M.A2019-20211st ClassTezpur University
3SLET2021Qualified SLETSLET Commission- NE Region
4UGC-NET2022Qualified NETNTA
5GATE 2022Qualified GATEIIT-Kharagpur (HSS- English)

Awards and Scholarships

UGC PG Scholarship for University Rank Holders, received for the years 2019 and 2020

Publications

Papers in Journals

1.      Nath, A. “An Eco-critical Study of Manipuri Myths in Linthoi Chanu’s Wari.” Naagfani (UGC Approved Care Listed Journal). Oct-Dec, 2021. ISSN 2321-1504.

2.      Nath, A.The Gendered Experientiality of Written Language: Analysing the Prose Styles of Kamala Das and Virginia Woolf“. Adhunik Sahitya (UGC Approved Care Listed Journal). Jan, 2022. ISSN 2277-7083

Book Chapters

  1. Nath, A and Hazarika, B. “A Representative Indian Diasporic Writer: Jhumpa Lahiri.” Women’s Voices: Perspectives of Indian Women Writers (2020). ISBN 987-93-84679-41-5.
  2. Nath, A. “Language as a Tool of Narrating Trauma: Understanding Agoraphobia in the Woman in the Window Through the Mode of Conversation.” New Horizons of Multidisciplinary Research (2021). ISBN 978-81-953842-2-8.
  3. Nath, A. “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: James Joyce and the Humanist Turn in Modernist Literature.” Multidisciplinary Subjects for Research XV Vol. 2 (2022). ISBN 978-91-987581-9-1.

Papers Presented and Conference Proceedings

  1. Paper presentation titled “Fear and Acceptance: Understanding the ‘Politics of Sentiment’ in Mamang Dai’s The Black Hill.” in the International Multidisciplinary Conference [MDRC 2.0] organized by the Research Committee, Government College Tripunithura on October 09, 2021. Proceedings published with ISBN 978-93-5566-389-4.

Book Reviews

  1. Nath, A. “Tagore and Yeats: A Postcolonial Re-envisioning edited by Amrita Ghosh and Elizabeth Brewer Redwine. Published by BRILL in 2022.” Journal of Comparative Aesthetics and Literature (JCLA). Winter, 2022. pp 274-275.

Seminars/Webinars and Workshops

  • Participated
    1. National Level Webinar on “Pop Culture in Literature: Unlocking the Secrets of Life” organized by the Department of English, Annai Veilankanni’s College for Women on June 05, 2021
    2. Fifteen Days Online Lecture Series on “History of English Literature” organized by Daath Voyage: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in English (ISSN:2455-7544) from June 20 to July 04, 2021
    3. National Webinar on “Literature, Culture and Media: A Semiotic Intersection” organized by The Research Centre of English, Fatima College (Autonomous) on July 26, 2021
  • As Resource Person
    1. Resource Person in the student-exchange one-day workshop on Promotion of SWAYAM courses held on March 25, 2019 at the C.K.B. College, Teok.
    2. Delivered a lecture to junior batches under the “Student as Tutor” initiative of Department of English, DCB Girls’ College on April 06, 2019.
    3. Delivered a talk on “Why Education Matters: Importance of Women Empowerment” as the resource person under the career counselling initiative of Nahorjan High School held on December 30, 2020.
  • FDPs Attended
    1. One Week National Level Online Faculty Development Program on “An Academic Perspective on Research” (Best Research Practices, Project Proposal Writing, Funding Schemes and IPR) organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, S.R.K.R Engineering College from August 03-07,2020.
    2. One Week National Level Online Faculty Development Program on “Teaching Literature in the Digital Era” organized by the Department of English, Kongu Arts and Science College (Autonomous) from July 26-31, 2021.

Featured Creative Writing

  • Short Stories
    1. Unearthed (Short Story) published episodically in Sunday Reading of The Assam Tribune (December 03, 2017 and December 10, 2017).
    2. The Interlude of Your Name (Short Story) published in Muse India, the literary e-journal (November-December Issue, 2021) with ISSN: 0975-1815.
    3. Hinged on the Last Threads (Short Story) published in Rhodora, digital magazine (January Issue, 2022).
    4. Anatomy of a Retrograde (Short Story) published in Mélange, The Sentinel Assam (September 11, 2022).
    5. The Bohaag of Our Lives (Short Story) published in Mélange, The Sentinel Assam (September 25, 2022).
  • Essays and Articles
    1. Every Success Has its Own Path (Essay) selected first for the Essay Contest 692 by Competition Success Review (February, 2018).
    2. From The North-eastern Periphery (Article) published in Horizon, The Assam Tribune (September 25, 2020).
    3. The Whereabouts of Isolation (Article) published in Horizon of The Assam Tribune (November 26, 2021).