Dr. P. Anuradha

Associate Professor

Personal Information
Years of Experience : 24 years (24 years Teaching & 17 Years in Administration)
Email Id : anuradha.p@bvrithyderabad.edu.in
Areas of Specialization : Biblical Studies &  Indian Writing in English
Educational Qualification
UG Degree : B. Sc., (BZC)
PG Degree : M. A., (English), M. Phil., (English – Literature)
Doctoral Degree : Ph.D., (English – Literature)
Recognition & Honors
  1. Regular Resource Person for UGC Academic Staff College/ UGC Human Resource Development Centre, JNTUH University, Hyderabad. So far given 42 lectures/ presentations.
  2. Member Board of Studies, English, JNTUH University, Hyderabad. For the boards 2013 & 2016 and contributed services as a member in designing curriculum of English for UG & PG courses for nearly 300 colleges affiliated to JNTU Hyderabad.
  3.  Member Board of Studies, English, JNTUH University College of Engineering, Hyderabad. Contributed services as a member in designing curriculum of English for UG courses the autonomous college of JNTU Hyderabad.
  4.  Member, Editorial Board, Forum for Musings: The JNTUH Journal of English Studies, JNTUH University, Hyderabad
  5.  Deputed by JNTUH University as a Resource Person for five times, to Train and Test Air Traffic Controllers under the Program Proficiency in English Language for Air Traffic Controllers under the aegis of Airports Authority of India (Govt. of India).
  6.  Chaired sessions in National Conferences
International Journal Publications
  1. Published a paper entitled “The code of Baldwin in “Go Tell it on the Mountain” in  Journal of Literature, Culture & Media Studies, Nagaland,  Volume No. 5 Issue No. 9 & 10 January-December (2013), International Journal- ISSN 0974-7192 (Print), pp: 51-57.
  2.  Published a paper entitled “Images of Woman in Sarojini in Kamla Markandaya’s A Silence of Desire: A Biblical Perspective”, in Contemporary Vibes (A Vortex of Emotions) Chandigarh, Volume No. 8 Issue No. 31, April- June 2013, International Journal- ISSN 0975 – 1750 (Print), pp: 23-25.
  3. Published a paper entitled “Critiquing Images of Women: Kamala Markandaya, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Shobha De”, in The Commonwealth Review: Special Number on Women in Literature, An International Refereed Literary Journal, Volume: XXI Number: 2, March 2013, International – ISSN 0974 – 0473 (Print), pp: 23-33.
  4. Published a paper entitled “Teaching of Functional English for Students of Technology through Literature”, in the IUP Journal of English Studies, Hyderabad, Volume: VIII Number: 1, March 2013, International – ISSN 0973 – 3728 (Print), pp: 41-45.
  5. Published a paper entitled “Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream”: A Reflection on Scriptures & Spirituals”, in the International Journal of Frontiers of English Literature & The Patterns of ELT, Volume: I Issue: I, January 2013, ISSN 2320 – 2505 (Online), pp: 3-11.
National Journal Publications
  1. Published a paper entitled “Technology into Classroom: A Reflection on the Effectiveness of Language Laboratories (with a special focus on CALL)”, in the Conference Proceedings of      A Two-Day National Conference on Paradigmatic Shift in ELT: Empowerment of the English Classroom, organized by the Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad, during 1st & 2nd February, 2013.
  2. Published a paper entitled “Subverting the Stereotypes: Women Characters in the Selected Novels of Shobha De”, in the Journal Forum for Musings The JNTUH Journal of English Studies Volume: V Number: 2, A Special issue released as a Festschrift, April 2011, Refereed Journal ISSN 2231- 0266 (Print), pp: 269-278.
  3. Published a paper entitled “The Fictional World of Shobha De: A Microcosm of Cosmopolitan Society (An overview of her selected novels)”, in the Journal SVU Journal of English Studies Volume: 9 &10, December 2011, ISSN 2230-7923 (Print), pp: 56- 69.
  4. Published a paper entitled “A Re-reading of Conjugal Aspects in Shobha De’s Spouse: A Comparison with the ‘Ten Commandments’ of The Bible”, in the book Contemporary Indian Women Novelists in English, 2010, edited by Dr. Murali Manohar, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad , ISBN 978-81-8387-386-4 (Print) pp: 74-85. (Presented in a National Conference)
  5. Published a paper entitled “A Critique of Feministic Overtones in Shobha De’s NovelSocialite Evenings”, in the Journal Forum for Musings The JNTU Journal of English Studies Volume: II  Number: 1, March 2008, Refereed Journal (Print),  pp: 69-78.
International Conference Publications
  1. Presented a paper entitled, “Image of Women with an Undertone of Feministic Concerns in the selected Novels of Kamala Markadaya & Shobha De in International Conference organized by the Dept of English, Trinity College , Tamilnadu on 16th April 2018.  
  2. Presented a paper entitled  “The Portrayal of Religion with an Undertone of Protest in James Baldwin’s Go Tell it on the Mountain”,  in a     3-Day International Conference on  Diversity in New Literatures (In collaboration with Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies), organized by the Dept of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal, during 16-18 December, 2010.
  3. Presented a paper entitled  “Modus Operandi Employed to Crack the Problems in Second Language Acquisition” in an International Seminar on Applied Linguistics,  organized by the Dept of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur during 15-18 December, 2010.
  4. Presented a paper entitled  “A Critique of Biblical Allusions and Religious Symbols in James Baldwin’s Go Tell it on the Mountain”, in the UGC Interdisciplinary Global Seminar on Understanding & Interrogating Fourth World Literatures organized by the Dept of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur during 7-9 September, 2009.
National Conference Publications
  1. Presented a paper entitled, “Conventional Vs. Contemporary: Kamala Markandaya’s A Silence of Desire” in a Two-Day National Seminar on Language, Literature, Linguistics- Latest Learning Trends and Technologies, organized by the Dept of BS&H, BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women, Hyderabad during 1st & 2nd April 2016.
  2. Presented a paper entitled, “Cultural Clash in Kamala Markandaya’s A Silence of Desire” in a Two-Day National Seminar on Discourses in Contemporary Commonwealth Literature, organized by the Dept of English, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa during 18th & 19th March 2014.
  3. Presented a paper entitled  “Role of Short Stories in Second Language Acquisition”, in a UGC sponsored National Conference on The Changing Langscape of English organized by the Department of English, St. Ann’s College for Women, Hyderabad during 4th & 5th August, 2011.
  4. Presented a paper entitled  “Language and Literature: A Symbiotic Relationship”, in a Two-Day National Seminar on Current Trends in Teaching English Language & Literature, organized by the Dept of English, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa during 4th & 5th February, 2011.
  5. Presented a paper entitled  “Effective Teaching Strategies and Practical Approach for Enriching Listening Skills”, in a National Conference on English Language Teaching and Soft Skills to Engineering Students: Problems & Perspectives organized by Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad, during 22nd & 23rd June, 2009
Invited Guest lecturers

At UGC Human Resource Development Centre/ UGC Academic Staff College- JNTUH    University, Hyderabad (42 sessions)

  1. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 4 June 2018  in UGC sponsored Four Week 50th Orientation Course at UGC HRDC, JNTUH University, Hyderabad.      
  2. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 23 November 2017   in UGC sponsored Four Week 48th Orientation Course at UGC HRDC, JNTUH University, Hyderabad.   
  3. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 9 February 2017, in UGC sponsored Four Week 46th Orientation Course at UGC HRDC,  JNTUH University, Hyderabad.    
  4. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 8 February 2016,   in UGC sponsored Four Week 44th Orientation Course at UGC HRDC,  JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  5. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 2 September 2015, in UGC sponsored Four Week 43rd Orientation Course at UGC HRDC,  JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  6. A session on “Professional Ethics & Etiquette” on 11 July 2015, in UGC sponsored Three Week Refresher Course on “Acquiring and Improving Skills of Drug Design to Achieve the Goals of Pharmaceutical  Research” at JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  7. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 09 June 2015, in UGC sponsored Summer School on “Role of Communication Skills in Effective Teaching” at JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  8. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 13 March 2014, in UGC sponsored Three Week Refresher Course/Interaction Programme on Research Methodologies scheduled from 03 to 22 March 2014 & Four Week  38th Orientation Course at JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  9. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 30 January 2014, in UGC sponsored Four Week 37th Orientation Course at JNTUH University, Hyderabad.
  10. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 26 November 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 36th Orientation Course scheduled from  18 November to 14 December 2013.  
  11. A session on “Professional Etiquette” on 08 August 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 34th Orientation Course scheduled from 05 August to 04 September 2013.  
  1. A session on “How to Excel as a Teacher” on 27 June 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 33rd Orientation Course scheduled from 10 June to 06 July 2013.  
  2. A session on “Emotional Intelligence & Etiquette” on 10 April 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 32nd Orientation Course scheduled from 18 March to 18 April 2013.  
  3. A session on “Functional English” on 05 April 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 32nd Orientation Course scheduled from 18 March to 18 April 2013.  
  1. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 20 March 2013, in UGC sponsored Four Week 32nd Orientation Course scheduled from 18 March to 18 April 2013.
  2. A session on “Functional English” on 03 December 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 31st Orientation Course scheduled from 05 November to 03 December 2012.
  1. A session on “Writing Skills” on 03 October 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 30th Orientation Course scheduled from 17 September to 16 October 2012.
  2. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 18 September 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 30th Orientation Course scheduled from 17 September to 16 October 2012.  
  3. A session on “Functional English” on 22 August 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 29th Orientation Course scheduled from 13 August to 11 September 2012.  
  1. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 13 August 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 29th Orientation Course scheduled from 13 August to 11 September 2012.  
  2. A session on “Significance of Language in the Preparation of Dissertation” on 15 June 2012, in UGC sponsored Three Week Refresher Course scheduled from 21 May to 16 June 2012.  
  3. A session on “Research Methodology” on 14 June 2012, in UGC sponsored Three Week Refresher Course scheduled from 21 May to 16 June 2012.
  4. A session on “Functional English” on 08 June 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 28th Orientation Course scheduled from 21 May to 16 June 2012.
  5. A session on “Aspects of Grammar” on 01 June 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 28th Orientation Course scheduled from 21 May to 16 June 2012.
  6. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 21 May 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 28th Orientation Course scheduled from 21 May to 16 June 2012.
  7. A session on “Aspects of Communication” on 26 March 2012, in UGC sponsored One Week Short Term Course on “Effective Communication and Soft Skills for Academicians” scheduled from 26 to 31 March 2012.
  8. A session on “Functional English” on 23 February 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 26th Orientation Course scheduled from 31 January to 28 February 2012.
  9. A session on “Aspects of Grammar” on 16 February 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 26th Orientation Course scheduled from 31 January to 28 February 2012.
  10. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 07 February 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 26th Orientation Course scheduled from 31 January to 28 February 2012.
  11. A session on “Functional English” on 5 January 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 25th Orientation Course scheduled from 15 December 2011 to 11 January 2012.
  12. A session on “Aspects of Grammar” on 4 January 2012, in UGC sponsored Four Week 25th Orientation Course scheduled from 15 December 2011 to 11 January 2012.
  13. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 15 December 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 25th Orientation Course scheduled from 15 December 2011 to 11 January 2012.
  14. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 17 November 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 24th Orientation Course scheduled from 16 November to 12 December 2011.
  15. A session on “Emotional Intelligence Skills & Listening Skills” on 12 September 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 23rd Orientation Course scheduled from 5 September to 1 October 2011.
  16. A session on “Basics of Communication Skills” on 05 September 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 23rd Orientation Course scheduled from 5 September to 1 October 2011.
  17. A session on “Communication Skills” on 09 August 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 22nd Orientation Course scheduled from 8 August to 8 September.
  18. A session on “Soft Skills” on 25 July 2011, in UGC sponsored Three Week Refresher Courses GIC Based Engineering Applications & Software Engineering and Design Patterns scheduled from 18 July to 06 August 2011.
  19. A session on “Soft Skills” on 06 May 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 20th Orientation Course scheduled from 25 April to 21 May 2011
  20. A session on “Communication Skills- Verbal & Non-verbal” on 13 March 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 19th Orientation Course scheduled from 28 February to 30 March 2011.
  21. A session on “Improving Listening Comprehension” on 18 January 2011, in UGC sponsored Short Term Course on Effective Communication and Soft Skills for Academicians scheduled from 17-22 January 2011
  22. A session on “Brief Overview on Effective Communication and Soft Skills” on 17 January 2011, in UGC sponsored Short Term Course on Effective Communication and Soft Skills for Academicians scheduled from 17-22 January 2011.
  23. A session on “Communication Skills” on 15 November 2011, in UGC sponsored Four Week 18th Orientation Course scheduled from 20 October to 18 November 2010.
Professional Memberships

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