Volume 4 Issue 3 October 2015

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Dear Readers and Contributors,

This issue presents again a wide range of topics as a tradition that has been encouraged at IJELLS.

We have two book reviews, two short stories and a creative write up in the first section. It is a pleasure to welcome a very young writer. We have always promised ourselves that IJELLS will be a platform for original writing, and we are setting examples. The teachers of the Masters Programme in English need to encourage students to pursue research and guide them into writing articles.

The Literature section has a breath of fresh air in terms of an article on Temsula Ao’s writings and other new perspectives. The Language Teaching section and Communication Skills section have a very interesting compilation of academic thoughts and insights.

We, at IJELLS are preparing to take the presence of IJELLS in other countries seriously. We invite Editors from countries other than India. If interested kindly mail your Resume  to editor.ijells@gmail.com

Happy Reading and Sharing!

Dr. Mrudula Lakkaraju, Chief & Founding Editor

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Our Contributors

Dr. Anuradha Veluri is an associate Professor of English in Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology, Hyderabad, working since its inception (1998). She is also interested in Psychology, Philosophy and Astrology.

 Dr. Muktaja Mathkari is a professor and head, department of languages, BMCC, pune. She published 40 research articles, presented 45 papers in international and 35 in national conferences. She also published 5 critical books.

 Sai Chaitanya Mangavelli is a student of B. V. Raju Institute Of Technology,  pursuing engineering in Mechanical Department. His future goal is to pursue higher studies in Robotic Engineering and become a part of R&D of an Automobile company.

 Ansulika Paul is working as a  guest Lecturer of English in B.R.P. Government polytechnic,  Dhamtari, (C.G.), India. She is a writer, orator, teacher and a research scholar.

 Maria Clementine Joseph is currently doing her PhD in the School of English Language Education (ELE) in the English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, India. Her research interests include teaching language skills and vocabulary, classroom-based research, teacher development, and psychology for language learning.

 Asha Madhavi Pagadala is working as an Asst Prof in English at Bapatla Engineering College. She is pursuing her doctoral course through Acharya Nagarjuna University. Her areas of interest are teaching Communicative English and Indian Drama.

 Dr. Kiran Kumar Golla is working in the Dept. of English at Nizam College, Osmania University, Hyderabad.  He presented and published several research papers on various topics in literature.

Mousumi Guha Banerjee is currently Head of the Department of Classical and Modern Languages at the Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi. Her research area and interests include Victorian Women’s Poetry, Literary Theory and Criticism, Business Communication, Cross-cultural Communication and Film Studies.

 Dr. N. Padmamma holds a Ph. D degree in English Language Education (ELE/ELT) from The English and Foreign Languages University. Apart from research, she published in various journals and delivered lectures on various problems of the language learning faced by the Tribal learners from the Telangana region.

 B. Pramila is working as Head, Department of English, Guru Nanak College, Velachery, Chennai. She has taught subjects like ‘Business Communication, soft skills for UG & PG students apart from English. She has attended and presented papers in various National, International seminars, conferences& workshops.

 K. Ragamayee is an Assistant Professor at  Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology. She Presented papers in National and International Conferences and also published papers in National and International Journals.

 Rajkumar B. Bhairam is an Assistant Professor in English at Jagat College, Goregaon. He has a teaching Experience of 15 years at undergraduate level and has published and presented several papers.

 Dr. Sindhu J. is an Assistant Professor. She teaches European Literature, World Literatures in English, Gender Studies and Postcolonial Studies in the Department of English, Bangalore University, Bangalore. Her research interests include Central Asian Studies, travel writing and Gender Studies.

 A.Venkata Ramana is working as an Asst. Professor of English, GVP. College of Engg. For Women, Visakhapatnam. She has fifteen years of teaching and three years of research experience. She is interested in writing articles to Journals and presently working on the preparation of a Guide for NET and SET examinations.

Dr. T. Narayana is working as a Professor of English, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam has more than twenty five years of experience. UGC Expert Member of the Evaluation, Paper Setter panel in the subject of English for the UGC-Net Examination.  UPSC evaluator and Paper Setter for UPSC Examiner for A.P. Public Service Commission for valuing the scripts, appointed by the Secretary, APPSC since 10-03-2000.

Dr. N. Aravinda is an Assistant Professor at Sreenidhi College of Science and Technology. She presented papers in national and international conferences. She also published papers in national and international journals.

 Muchumari Dharma Raju is pursuing his Ph. D.from Osmania University under supervision of Prof. C. Muralikrishna. He has  6 year high school teaching  experience. His present working school is Z.P.H.S. Kodair. He also worked as D.R.P.( District Resourse Person ) who trains teachers.

 Jimalee Sowell has taught English in South Korea, Cambodia, Uganda, Ecuador, and Bangladesh. Ms. Sowell is now working as a teacher trainer for the Malaysian Ministry of Education.

Dr. Komali Prakash is an Associate Professor in the department of Phonetics, in The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad.  She has varied experience in teaching English language and literature and this has enabled her to bring to the fore the difficulties in pronunciation that the non-native students face. She is particularly interested in accent neutralization.

 Manjula Bashini Kannan is a research scholar in the Department of Humanities, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu, India. She has a teaching experience for about eight years in colleges and currently her area of research is the need for training of teachers of English in Engineering colleges.

 Narsimulu Dokka is a Research Scholar from the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. He presented two Papers in two International Conferences and one Paper in a National Conferences. He attended four National and International Conferences as a delegate.

Dr. B.V.Rama Prasad is Ph.D. in English from EFLU, Hyderabad. He also has M.Phil and PGCTE degree from EFLU, Hyderabad. He has presented papers in many international seminars. He is now associate professor in the department of English Kuvempu University.

 N. Sagar works as an Assistant Professor in the Dept of English at Sagi Rama Krishnam Raju Enginering College, Bhimavaram. He did B.Ed and  M.Phil in ELT  from Nagarjuna University, Guntur. He has more than eight years teaching experience in Enginering College.

P. Vijay Kumar is an an Assistant Professor in the Dept of  English at Sagi Rama Krishnam Raju Enginering College, Bhimavaram. He did M.A Education from Andhra University, Vizag. He is interested in ELT methodology and has more than eight years teaching experience

 B. Suresh  is an Assistant Professor in the Dept of  English at Swarnandhra college of Engg and tech., Narasapur . He did M.A Education from Andhra University, Vizag. He is interested in ELT methodology and has more than eight years teaching experience

 Dr. M. Uma Devi has 23years of teaching experience and is an Associate Professor of English in Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology, Hyderabad. Besides guiding research scholars, she has published a number of publications in national and international journals.

 Vidya Vati is a Lecturer has been awarded twice by Delhi Government for her excellence in teaching. Her articles have been published in books.

 Ashok Vardhan Garikimukku holds an M.A in English from OU and an M.Phil., from MKU. He has 18 years of teaching experience. His forte is ELT and Soft Skills. He underwent training in Soft Skills at Infosys Campus, Hyderabad.

Dr. Mrudula Lakkaraju is working in the Department of English, Osmania University. She is a prolific reader and writer. She has published and presented several papers. Her areas of interest are Post Colonial Literature, Film & Literature and Gender Studies

 

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Trained from EFLU and a Doctorate from Osmania University. Prefers the designation of a trainer and a writer. Presented several academic articles to international and national seminars and conferences. Casual and creative writing is also her forte. A prolific reader and writer.
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