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Krishna Kumar.R

Asst.Professor

Dept. of English

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Present Position
Asst.Professor
Experience 4 yrs
Qualifications M.A., Ph.D(Doing), Certificate in Critical Thinking (Oregon University, U.S.A.)
Areas of Interest Literary Theory, Indian Litt., Theatre Studies
Field of Research Indian and Indo- Canadian Theatre
Guideship Details
Subjects Handled
Literary Theory, Indian Litt., Theatre Criticism, Grammar
Academic Responsibilities Undertaken

1) Member, State Level Quality Monitoring Cell, Additional Skill             Acquisition Program (ASAP), Higher Edn Dept, Govt. of Kerala         2013

2) Prepared the Curriculum Proposal for the Honours Course in             English as the delegate of Higher Edn Dept, Govt. of Kerala

3) ASAP Selection Committee member for the Selection of Skill           Development Executives

Duties Performed

1) Worked as Fine Arts Advisor, Co- Ordinator of Add Course on Soft Skill Development, PTA Executive Member, Scholarship Co-Ordinator and College Web Site Designing Co-Ordinator at KMM   Govt.Women’s College, Kannur

2) Worked as Faculty Member of Communicative English Course for the Prison inmates at Central Prison, Kannur for the period 2010-2011.

3) Literary Club Co-ordinator

Research Projects Undertaken
Research Publications 1. "Covergence of Cultural Text and Performance: Anusree Roy’s Indo- Canadian Play Pyaasa". Convergence and Configurations of Disciplines : Canada and India, ed.Dr.B.Hariharan and Dr. P.P.Ajayakumar. Creative Books, New Delhi.
2. Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss: Decoding “Oppressed” Voices- The New Frontier : Writing Women – Institute of English, University of Kerala- Number 4&5, 2008 – P 42-51
3. Dislocation and Assimilation: Australian Jewish Diaspora in Serge Liberman’s On Firmer Shores – English Activities Update – Centre for Faculty Resource Development in English – January 2008 – P 27-40
Books Published

Paper Presentations

International – 3, National -    6

Seminars / Workshops Organized

Co-ordinated the two day national seminar of Dept. of English         on Post Theory at University College, Tvpm

Seminars Attended

Seminars Attended : 16

Workshops Attended

Workshops Attended :3

Refresher Courses Attended
Orientation Programmes Attended

Awards / Honours / Patents Conferred
  1. Recipient of International Council for Canadian Studies’ (ICCS) Graduate Student Scholarship for the year 2008 and visited University of Toronto, Canada as part of this programme.
2.   FLAIR National Internship for the year 2013-14 and visited               International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore for         the MOODLE Training Programme
Membership (s) in
Consultancy Services 1.Faculty, Edusat, Higher Edn Dept., Govt. of Kerala
2.Faculty, Centre for Adult Continuing Education & Extension, Govt.    of Kerala