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Volume V, Issue VI June 2017

Volume V, Issue VI June 2017 2017-06-28T10:21:00+00:00
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1NEERAV DWIVEDI“ANGELS IN THE HOUSE”: GENDERED CONSTRUCTION OF “LABOUR” AND “WORK” IN SOME ENGLISH AND INDIAN TEXTS OF NINETEENTH-EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

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2ARPIT KUMARTHE DYNAMICS OF DEHUMANIZATION: TORTURE AND DEMOCRACY
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3MOHAMMAD AHASHAN
& PROF. DEEPIKA SRIVASTAVA
(RESEARCH SCHOLAR) ECHOES OF THE EAST IN T.S. ELIOT‘S THE WASTE LAND (1922)

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4AMIT KUMAR

ASSISTANT PROFESSORTHE FUNCTIONING OF A ‘POST-COLONY’ IN O. V. VIJAYAN’S THE SAGA OF DHARMAPURI
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5DR. NEETI AGARWAL SARANMERGING FACT AND FANTASY IN RUSHDIE’S SHAME
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6ANUM MIRZA

PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLARA STUDY OF DORIS LESSING’S THE GRASS IS SINGING
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7DR. DEEPALI SHARMA

ASSISTANT PROFESSORFEMINISM AND POST FEMINISM IN INDIAN FEMINIST WRITING IN ENGLISH

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8HARI SHANKAR S. &
ASWATHY DAS K.V.
PG STUDENT & ASSISTANT PROFESSORAN ECOLOGICAL SANCTUARY AND SACRILEGE: EXPLORING THE REGIMES OF WILDERNESS IN INTO THE WILD

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9DR. CHINTAN JAYVANT ARYA PH.D. ENGLISH LITERATURETRANSFORMATION OF THE CONVENTIONAL IMAGE OF GOD IN TULSIDĀS’ RĀMCHARITMĀNAS
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10DR. SHUCHITA CHANDHOK IS THIS LIBERATION? LITERATURE THEN & NOW
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11AMIT KUMAR

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, TRAVERSING THE CONFLICT ZONE IN THE NORTH-EAST INDIA: THE STATE, THE PEOPLE AND THE VIOLENCE IN TEMSULA AO’S THESE HILLS CALLED HOME
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12DR. CHINTAN JAYVANT. ARYA PH.D. ENGLISH LITERATURE
THE BASICS OF BHAKTI AS A FORM AND PIVOTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BHAKTI MOVEMENT
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13DR. CHEENA PURI

LECTURER IN ENGLISHMORAL CONFLICT IN GEORGE ELIOT’S THE MILL ON THE FLOSS
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14KUSHAN BHATTACHARYYA
PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLAR,
A BRIEF HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN COLONIAL INDIA
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15DR. INDU B

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SR GRADE)FROM FEAR TO FEARLESSNESS: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE’S THE DARK HOLDS NO TERROR

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16DR. M.S. KAMALA KUMARI
& SUJATHA LOKANADHAM


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & ASSISTANT PROFESSORSLAYED BY PATRIARCHY: UNDERSTANDING NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S
“A SITUATION IN NEW DELHI”

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17MARIYA ASLAM

PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLARDELINEATION AND WARPING OF ISLAM AND HINDUISM IN BISCOE’S TRAVELOGUES
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18POONAM RANI

RESEARCH SCHOLAR IN ENGLISHREVISITING IMAGERY IN KEATS: AN APPRAISAL
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19*DR. C. VISWESWARA RAO1 **N. MURALI



ASSOC. PROF. OF ENGLISH & ASST. PROF. OF ENGLISHHOW TO OVERCOME ENGLISH PROBLEM SOUNDS IN INDIAN CONTEXT
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20NEERJA SAMAJDARTHE STUDY OF 'HAAN' AND 'RASA' PHILOSOPHIES OF MODERN LITERATURE: FOCUSING ON 'CHINDALAE CHOT' BY KIM SO WOL AND 'TUMI KI KAEBOLI CHOBI' BY RABINDRANATH TAGORE
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21DR.AKHAYA KUMAR MISHRA

LECTURER IN HISTORYARCHITECTURAL SPLENDID OF MUGHALS-A STUDY

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22MS.CHHABI SETH

STUDENT, B.A. (HONS.)
‘VALUE-BASED JOURNALISM’: THE NEED OF THE HOUR

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23MUBASHIR KARIM

PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLARDON’T LOOK AT THE CAMERA: JAFAR PANAHI AND HIS SELF-REFLEXIVE CINEMA
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24SUMEET BRAR

ASSISTANT PROFESSORIDENTITY CRISIS IN SECOND GENERATION INDIAN IMMIGRANTS: A STUDY OF CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S FICTION
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25DR. TANU GUPTADEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES & SHWETA CHAUHANA COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S DESIRABLE DAUGHTERS AND V.S. NAIPAUL’S HALF A LIFE

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26DR.AKHAYA KUMAR MISHRA

LECTURER IN HISTORYCONTRIBUTION OF PRANANATH PATTANAIK IN FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN ODISHA
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27RANJANA TRIPATHI

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORTHE RETURN TO ROOTS
A STUDY OF M.G.VASSANJI’S THE ASSASSIN’S SONG

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28ARCHANA A. & S. SHILPA NAIR PG STUDENT & ASSISTANT PROFESSORA DIASPORIC JOURNEY IN UNRAVELLING THE ABYSS OF THE MIND: A STUDY OF DESPAIR AND HOPE IN PRAJWAL PARAJULY’S THE GURKHA’S DAUGHTER

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29ADITHYA BABU & ASWATHY DAS K VPG STUDENT & DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISHBLENDING THE PERSONAL AND THE POLITICAL: A RE-VISIONING OF THE ETHNIC AND SECULAR IN HUSBAND OF A FANATIC

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30DILBER MEHTA

ASSISTANT PROFESSORTREATMENT OF LOVE IN ELIZABETH JENNINGS’ POEMS

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31Nilanjan Bala

WBGS
Research Fellow(Grade-II),
THEME OF WANDERING AND RETURN
IN THE NOVELS OF AMITAV GHOSH
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32MADHU KEWLANI

ASST. PROFESSOR IN ENGLISHTHE ENGLISH BUSINESS OF E- BUSINESS

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33SHYLA ABRAHAM

ASST. PROFESSORTEACHING WRITING AT THE UG LEVEL-UNRAVELLING OF THE CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES

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34NASEEM CHOUDHARY

PH.D RESEARCH SCHOLARCLASS QUESTIONS IN DIASPORA: REVISITING KIRAN DESAI’S THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS
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35LILLYKUTTY ABRAHAM
RESEARCH SCHOLAR
BIOREGIONALISM AS THE LANDMARK OF THE SONGS OF MAVILAN TRIBE: AN ECOCRITICAL ENQUIRY
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36RACHIT KUMAR

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MELANCHOLY AS AN AESTHETIC CATEGORY: EXPLORING THE PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATION AND SENSIBILITIES OF 18TH CENTURY
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37CAMILLA DIANA B. H

ASSISTANT PROFESSORDIMENSIONS OF ZULU CULTURE IN WELCOME MSOMI’S UMABATHA
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38S.D.SELVASUNDARI

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR CURRENT TRENDS IN WHODUNIT NOVELS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GILLIAN FLYNN’S, GONE GIRL
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39RENJITHA REGHUNATH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOREXPERIENCING THE HEEBIE-JEEBIES : A STUDY OF THE SILVER SCREEN MONSTERS FROM THE CLASSICS TO SCHLOCKY


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40DR. SHACHI NEGI

RESEARCH SCHOLAR SOCIAL PROTEST, ALIENATION, IDENTITY CRISIS AND DISINTEGRATION OF THE SELF IN JOHN OSBORNE’S PLAYS: LOOK BACK IN ANGER AND DÉJÀ VU
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41DR. K. THANGARAJ
ASST. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
A STUDY OF THE TECHNICAL WRITING SKILLS OF B.SC. (AGRI.) GRADUATE STUDENTS AT
PRE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION STAGE
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42DR. S. CHELLIAH,
M.A. PH.D.,
PROFESSOR, HEAD & CHAIRPERSON,
NEED FOR VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND VOCABULARY STRATEGY AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL
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43DIVYA DAS. V & DR P P VIJAYALAKSMI

M PHIL SCHOLARRIVER – AN INTUITIVE ELICITOR OF MIND
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44USHA P. YAUL
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & HEAD
IMAGE OF REBELLIOUS WOMAN IN SHOBHA DE’S NOVEL “SOCIALITE EVENING”
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45*JOY AWORO-OKOROH (PH.D.) **ADEWOLE ALAGBE (PHD)DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISHANALYSING COMMUNICATIVE RELEVANCE OF COHESIVE DEVICES IN SELECTED SPEECHES OF THE NIGERIAN SENATE
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46RUCHI TANDON

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR III PARAMETERS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
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47DR. KHURSHEED AHMAD QAZISR. ASSISTANT PROFESSORLACANIAN DESIRE & KAMALA DAS’ POETIC DISCOURSES: AN APPRAISAL
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48SUNITI MADAAN

PHD RESEARCH SCHOLARTHE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NARRATIVE OF HOMELAND AND PLACE FORMATION IN QURRUTULAIN HYDER’S PARTITION FICTION: A READING OF SITA BETRAYED AND FIREFLIES IN THE MIST
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49DR. SUDHINTA SINHA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
TEACHING ‘HUMAN VALUES’ FOR BUILDING CHARACTER AND SHAPING PERSONALITY
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50MRS. PUSPITA PANDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
PERCEPTION ON THE IMAGE OF WOMEN IN SOCIETY WITH REFERENCE TO HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS AND FAMILY IN SHASHI DESPANDES’S THAT LONG SILENCE
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51DR. JEET SINGH
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
THE STRUCTURALIST READING OF IN EVIL HOUR (1962) AS AN ACHRONIC NARRATIVE REDEFINING PARADIGMS OF TIME AND STORY-TELLING
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52DAYAL CHAKRABORTTY

INDEPENDENT SCHOLARTHE GAME OF LANGUAGE AND THE VOICE OF CHANGE IN CARYL CHURCHILL’S TOP GIRLS: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE
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53MEERA MA & ANUSUDHA R S PG STUDENT & ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MAD MAN IN THE ATTIC: RECONSTRUCTION OF MARGINALISED MASCULINE IDENTITY IN M.T’S SELECTED WORKS

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54S.RAMYA

ASSISTANT PROFESSORAN EXISTENTIAL PREDICAMENT OF JAYA IN THE NOVEL
THAT LONG SILENCE

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55MISS. SHAMA BEE (AUTHOR)
RESEARCH SCHOLAR
DESECRATING THE ‘SACRED’: READING TEHMINA DURRANI’S BLASPHEMY FROM A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
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56FATIMA ALEEBA

RESEARCH SCHOLARA FEMINIST STUDY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF’S TO THE LIGHTHOUSE
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57K.S.MEERA, DR.D.DEEPA CAROLINE

RESEARCH SCHOLARTHE CONFLICT OF TRADITION AND MODERNITY OF INDIA IN WILLIAM DALRYMPLE’S THE AGE OF KALI AND NINE LIVES
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58DIVYA PANDEY

ASSISTANT PROFESSORDUAL CONSEQUENCE OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE IN THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALLL AND VILLETE
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59SIMHACHALAM THAMARANAMULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING: A STUDY ON ENGLISH TEACHERS
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60MRS PRIYANKA BALAJI

TEACHER ‘NO PLACE FOR WOMEN’: RE-READING
TASLIMA NASRIN’S FRENCH LOVER?

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61TANVIR AHMED
DR. ROMINA RASHID
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
PSYCHOANALYTIC ANALYSIS OF MY LITTLE BOAT BY MARIAM KARIM
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62RAHUL YADAV

RESEARCH SCHOLARQUEST FOR LIBERATION OF THE SELF IN TASLIMA NASRIN'S NOVEL LAJJA

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63ADITYA GHOSH

RESEARCH SCHOLARFAMILY ON THE LINE: DECODING THE DYSFUNCTIONALITY IN DOMESTICITY IN ANJUM HASAN’S NETI, NETI AND AMIT CHAUDHURY’S A NEW WORLD
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64SHILPA AGGARWALTHE SAGA OF THE JOURNEY OF INDIAN DIASPORA
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65SAYANTAN THAKUR

RESEARCH SCHOLAREFFLORESCENCE OF VAISHNAVA THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY IN THE POETIC WORKS OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE
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66SAKSHI THAKUR
PHD SCHOLAR
TRAUMA AND TRIUMPH: FREEDOM AN IDIOM OF LOSS IN EASTERN INDIA

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67DR. B. SUSHMA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR LARGE CLASSROOMS: TEACHING METHODS AND INTERACTION STRATEGIES
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68*MOHD JAMSHED (AUTHOR) ** SHAMA BEE (CO-AUTHOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR MARRIAGE, MONEY AND PATRIARCHY: THE INTERTWINEMENT OF LOVE AND POWER IN THE TAMING OF THE SHREW BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
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69SOHINI DATTA

ASSISTANT PROFESSORFACTORS AFFECTING ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS LEARNING OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOLS IN KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL

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70DEVIKA. R
& B. SONIA CHELLIRIAN


M.PHIL SCHOLAR & ASSISTANT PROFESSORREALITY AND REFLECTIONS; A STUDY ON THE LIVES OF GEISHAS AND DEVADASIS AS MIRROR IMAGES
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71SHEETHAL SUSHAMA S
& KAVYA PURUSHOTHAMAN


M. PHIL. SCHOLAR & ASSISTANT PROFESSORTEETH METAPHOR IN ZADIE SMITH’S WHITE TEETH
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72FAZAL HASAN

RESEARCH SCHOLARREPRESENTATION OF PASSING THE TEST OF TIME: A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS
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73DEEPIKA CHALIYA & DR. ANJU MEHRADEVELOPMENT OF SELF OF WOMEN CHARACTERS: A STUDY OF GIRISH KARNAD’S SELECTED PLAYS


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74DR. INDU SHARMA

LECTURER METAMORPHORSIS BENEATH CLASH OF IDEOLOGIES IN BHABANI BHATTACHARYA’S MUSIC FOR MOHINI
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75 DEEPIKA CHALIYA & DR. ANJU MEHRA TRADITIONAL INDIAN WOMAN IN GIRISH KARNAD’S NAGA-MANDALA

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76DR. SUDARSAN SAHOO

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR CLASSICAL CRITICISM: A CRITICAL ENQUIRY


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77ZEBA MEHDI & DR. SMITA MISHRA RESEARCH SCHOLAR & ASSISTANT PROF. LITERATURE: A COMPANION TO MAN
(AN INSIGHT INTO THE MODERN INDIAN THEATRICAL WORLD WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MAHESH DATTANI’S DO THE NEEDFUL AND TARA)



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78MR. HEMANT MADHUKAR PATILTHE ISSUES RELATED TO THE PROFESSORS IN JOHN L’HEUREUX’S HANDMAID OF DESIRE


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79RASHMISEARCH FOR SELF IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS


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80RASHMIMULK RAJ ANAND’S TWO LEAVES AND A BUD ¬¬¬: A STUDY OF SOCIAL EXPLOITATION



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81GEETHU LEKSHMI R &
Dr. BEENA S NAIR
PG STUDENT & ASSISTANT PROFESSOR RAVANAYANA: NEGOTIATING THE POLITICAL AND CULTURAL
DISCOURSE OF THE VANQUISHED IN ANAND NEELAKANTAN’S
ASURA TALE OF THE VANQUISHED: THE STORY OF RAVANA AND HIS PEOPLE (2012)

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82SAMUEL TAMBA
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
SOME FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN LANGUAGE ARTS AT TEACHERS CERTIFICATE LEVEL IN NJALA UNIVERSITY AND EASTERN POLYTECHNIC, SIERRA LEONE
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83DR. JAISYMOL AUGUSTINE

ASSISTANT PROFESSORCAIRO 678: AN EXPLICATION
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84VEERABABU MODHALA

PH.D. SCHOLARSEMANTIC SPECIFICATION OF DIRECTIONAL VERBS OF MOTION IN TELUGU AND ENGLISH
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85LOVA KRISHNA GANJI,
K. SRIVALLI

&

K. DASARADHI

ASST. PROF , T.G.T & RESEARCH SCHOLARFIRST LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND
SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

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86MS. VRUSHALI DHOPTE. & DR.V.P.BHARAMBE RESEARCH SCHOLAR & LIBRARIANUTILIZATION OF DIGITAL RESOURCES BY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU MEDICAL COLLEGE LIBRARY USERS: A CASE STUDY
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87S.VENU GOPAL
&

DR.C.NARESH ,

K. DASARADHI
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES IN e-LEARNING PROCESS

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88APARANJANI UPPE
&

DR.M.V.RAGHURAM ,


K.DASARADHI
NEED OF SOFT SKILLS FOR EVERY STUDENT


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89ARVEEN KAUR

INDIAN AUTHOR ARDOUR PSYCHOLOGY IN RAVINDER SINGH’S “I TOO HAD A LOVE STORY”


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