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The faculty members are research oriented and have presented their papers in several national and international seminars, conferences. The research papers have also been published in peer reviewed international journals. Three faculty members hold a Ph. D. Degree and one is pursuing research. Major research interests include Victorian Drama, Canadian Literature, Modern Indian Drama and Indian Political Novel. The department also promotes research activities amongst students in the form of presentations   on various topics of their choice.


  Dr. Nidhi Sharma


Crisis of Class and Caste in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, ISSN 1178-1180. Vol 6 Issue 2, April-2018.


Mixed Ability Classrooms in India: A Challenge for English Language Teachers in India, International Journal of Creative Thoughts. ISSN 1178-1180. Vol 6 Issue 2, April-2018.


Reinterpreting Myth in MahaShweta Devi’s Draupadi, International Journal of English Reasearch. ISSN: 2455 2186. Vol 3, Issue 4. July 2017.


Book chapter entitled “N Scott Momaday’s The Way to the Rainy Mountain: An Organic and Primitive Fabric of Celebrating Nobility and Fulfillment published in Center Cannot Hold Fourth World Literature. Ed. Indira Nityanandan and Minnie Matthew. Creative Books, New Delhi, 2017.


Cultural Sensitivity, Transnationalism and Embodiment in Michael Ondaatji’s Anil’s Ghost in SKIT International Journal of Engineering, Science, Humanities and Management. ISSN: 2278-208. Vol III, Issue II, May, 2014.


Facts,Fiction and Fabrication as a Fabulating Device in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, International Journal of English Literature and Language Skills. ISSN: 2278-0742. Vol III, Issue 4. Oct, 2014.


Musical Blues in Sherman Alexie’s Reservation Blues, SKIT International Journal of Engineering, Humanities and Management. ISSN: 2278-208. Vol III, Issue III, oct, 2014.


Book chapter entitled “Self and Nation in Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children published in Indian Booker Prize Winners. Ed. Vivekanand Jha and Rajnish Mishra. Access Publications, New Delhi, 2014.


History and Myth in Shashi Tharoor’s The Great Indian Novel, Literary Insight: A Peer Reviewed International Journal, (ISSN 0975-6248) Volume-4, January-2013.


The Exposition of Internal Emergency in Nayantara Sahgal’s Rich like Us, International Journal of English Laiterature, Language and Skills (ISSN 2278 0742), April-2013.


Fractured Identity in Githa Hariharan’s In Times of Siege, New Academia: An International Journal of Langauge, Literature and Literary Theory. ISSN 2277-3967, Vol II, Issue II, April, 2013.


Political Ideology and Construction of Nation in Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar the Clown, International Journal of English Literature, Language and Skills, (ISSN 2278 0742), July-2012.


The Art of Story Telling in Shashi Tharoor’s the Great Indian Novel, New Academia: An International Journal of Langauge, Literature and Literary Theory, August-2012.


Impact of Politics on Caste and Gender in Nayantara Sahgal’s Rich like Us, The Criterion: An International Journal in English (ISSN 0976-8165) Vol III. Issue IV, December-2012.


Women Empowerment: Myth or Reality, SKIT Research Journal, Vol II, December-2012.


    Dr. Lalit Gehlot


Encountering Chaos from Colonial to Post colonial World, Wavelength of Accord, Bodhi Prakashan, Issue: 1, ISBN: 978-93-82452-40-9

Misconceptualizing Human Identity: Utter Confusion of Sectarian Singularity, International Journal of English language and Literature; Impact Factor 0.746; vol.2, issue 1; Journal; 2014; ISSN: 2278-2508.

Identifying major conflicts among the Blacks, International Journal of English and Education (IJEE), July 2014, vol.3, Issue 3; ISSN no.2278-4012; Impact Factor: 0.265.

Expediency Subsumed in Education, International Journal of Linguistics and Literature (IJLL); ISSN(P): 2319-3956; ISSN(E): 2319-3964; Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 15-22 © IASET; Impact Factor: 2.98; Index Copernicus Value(ICV): 3.0.

African American Religion and White Christianity, International Journal of Linguistics and Literature (IJLL); ISSN(P): 2319-3956; ISSN(E): 2319-3964; Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 15-22 © IASET; Impact Factor: 2.98; Index Copernicus Value(ICV): 3.0.


Dr. Neha Purohit


Language Games: A Pedagogical Approach towards Gaining Communicative Competence for the weaker L2 Learners, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities (IJELLH), ISSN 2321-7065, an indexed, refreed and peer-reviewed journal, Volume II, Issue IX, January 2015.


Undoing Gender: Mahesh Dattani’s The Girl who Touched the Stars, The Criterion


Dr. Anupriya Singh


A Transnational Postcolonial Study: Dalits of India and Natives of Canada, IJSELL


Abstruseness of Belongingness in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Namesake, IJR


Dr. Shikha Agrawal


Loneliness and Nostalgia as two recurring themes in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland, Contemporary Discourse, A Peer Reviewed International Journal , ISSN 0976-3686, 2014


Dr. Krishna Dayal Sharma


Protest in Post-indepence Indian English Fiction,  Publisher: Bohra Prakashan (1995)


Mani-Kanchan Sanyog: Kriya Yog Darshan: A brief Introduction, Publisher: Shree Satyayatan Ashram Samiti, Jaipur 2016


Anjana Appachan’s Bahu: A ‘New’ Bahu, Publisher: SKIT Research Journal 6(2: 2016)


Communication Techniques, Publisher: Innovative Publishers, Jaipur (2013)


The House and The Church In Michele Roberts ‘Daughters of the House’, Publisher: Rawat Publications, Jaipur (2007)


Realism, Reality and Fiction: Essays on the Indian Novels: ‘Levels of Feminine Consciousness and Protest in Anita Desai’s Novels’, Publisher: Best Book Co. Jaipur (2006)


Indian Women Writers: Critical Perspectives: ‘A Search for New Morality between Violence and Passivity’ in ‘Storm in Chandigarh’, Publisher: Sarup & Sons, New Delhi (1999)


Ms. Geetika Patni


Interpreter of Maladies Glocal approach and Local concerns in Indian Scenario : Analysing Lahiri’s Narrative Techniques, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT: IJRHAL),ISSN (P): 2347-4564; ISSN (E): 2321-8878 Vol. 6 Issue 12, Dec- 2018(UGC)


Narrative Exuberance and Powerless Female Depicted in Alice Munro’s “Runaway”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), ISSN: 2277-3878, Volume-7  Issue-5C,  February-2019(Scopus)


Jhumpa Lahiri: A Social and Emotional maladjustment in ‘Interpreter of Maladies, Think India Journal, ISSN: 0971-1260, Vol-22-Issue,3-July-September-2019 (UGC)


An Analysis of  Marginalized Women Characters in the Works of Doris Lessing & Alice Munro, Journal of the Gujarat Research Society, ISSN: 0374-8588, Volume21 Issue 1, September -2019(UGC)


Feminist Rebellions: Lessing, Munro and Lahiri in the quest of Self Identity,International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, ISSN: 2005-4238, September-2019 (Scopus)



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