Dr. Bushra

Name: Dr. Bushra
Father’s Name: Mr. Abdul Rahman Khan
Current Designation: Asstt. Professor
Department: English
Sex: Female
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Indian
Category: General
Address for Correspondence: L, 1/20, K.D.A. Colony, Ganga Vihar, Jajmau, Kanpur
Mobile No: 9935713182, 9696097418
Email-Id: bushra1111@hotmail.com
Permanent Address: L, 1/20, K.D.A. Colony, Ganga Vihar, Jajmau, Kanpur
Examinations Name of the Board/University Year  of Passing Percentage of marks obtained Division /Class/Grade Subject
B.A C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur 1998 59.4% II Eng.Litt, Eng.lang, Urdu
M.A C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur 2000 60% I English
Ph.D C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur 2007 ---- English
P.G.C.T.E C.I.E.F.L, Hyderabad 2002 ---- ‘B’ Linguistics, Phonetics, Grammar, Interpretation of Lit, Method and  Materials of Teaching
















Computer Efficiency

    
1. Fundamentals of Computer & DOS’ from NICET Computer Education, Civil Lines, Kanpur.



Experience Details


 Designation      Name of Employer                          Date of
  Joining                  Leaving   
Lecturer H.M.P.G.College, Kanpur August 2001              2007
Lecturer M.M.V. Kidwai Nagar, Kanpur August 2007              2010
Asstt. Prof. H.M.P.G.College,, Kanpur Nov  2010 –              Till date

Teaching Experience:

P.G Classes:  3 year                          U.G Classes:  11 years

Teaching Subject: English
Field of specialization:

Publication Details:

Papers


S.No. Title Journal Are you the main author
1. Agnosticism vs. spiritualism in the  poems of Robert Frost  Journal of English studies & social sciences Yes
2. Versions & Subversions of Colonial Experience in theShadow Lines by Amitav Ghosh Published in a book entiled Expressions of Marginality in Indian Writing in English. Yes
3. Social Concerns in the poems of K.N. Duruwalla Published in a book entilled Modes of Self Assertion in Indian Writing in English. Yes

Book


S.No. Title Publisher ISBN No.
1. NIL

Research Project:

                        Junior Research Fellow in U.G.C assisted Major project in English,
                         The Need of Having a Bridge Course for the Undergraduate Students from Regional Medium Schools.”

Research Guidance:


Number Enrolled Thesis Submitted Degree Awarded
M.Phil NIL
Ph.D NIL

Papers Presented in Conferences/Seminars/Workshop/Symposia:


S.no Title of the Paper Title of Conference Organized by
1. Feminine Perspective in the Poems of Nissim Ezikiel Feminism Dept. of Eng, Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Lucknow National Seminar
2. Role of Books in Projecting the Image of Women Women & Media Dept. of Eng, A.N.D.N.N.M. College, Kanpur National Seminar
3. Need of Environmental Education in Higher Studies Environmental Education : Need & Current Trend Dept. of B.Ed, M.M.V KidwaiNagar,Kanpur National Seminar
4. Methodological Considerations in the Teaching of English Poetry Key Issues in Teaching of English Dept. of Eng. V.S.S.D. College, Kanpur National Workshop
5. Versions and Subversions of Colonial Experience in theShadow Lines by Amitav Ghosh Expressions of Marginality in Indian Writing in English Dept. of Eng, D.G.P.G. College, Kanpur National Seminar
6. Social Concerns in the Poems of K.N. Daruwalla Modes of Self Assertion in Indian Writing in English Dept. of Eng, D.G.P.G. College, Kanpur National Seminar
7. Perspectives of India as reflected in the Novels of Arundhati Roy and Arvind Adiga India in the Fiction of Indian Booker Prize Winners Dept. of Eng, V.S.S.D. College, Kanpur National Seminar
8. Interpersonal Relationship in Khaled Hosseini’s Novel The Kite Runner The Novel in the Twenty first Century: Text & Context Dept. of Eng.and Modern European Languages, Union of Allahabad, Allahabad International Seminar
9. Theory of Alankara in Western Literature Shashtriya Sanskrit Sahityam  Evam Nawidiya Anuprayog  M.M. Kidwai Nagar, Kanpur National Seminar
10. Feminine Consciousness in the Indian Novel in English Globalization and Marginalized Groups Dept. of Sociology H.M.P.G.College National Seminar
11. IFD Pattern of Maladjustment in Pecola of Toni Marrison’s The Bluest Eye General Semantics and the Question of Ethics Dept. of English & Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad, Allahabad National Seminar
12. The Theme of Alienation in Sarah Joseph’s Othappu Race, Colour, Gender, Class & Caste:Expressions of Marginatity in the Writings in English Dept. of Eng, M.M.V.P.G. College, Kidwai Nagar, Kanpur National Seminar
13. Violation of Human Rights in the Novel The Dark Room Ambedkar and  Manavadhikar Dayanand Wonem’s Training College, Kanpur National Seminar
14. Feminist Study ofHamlet: An Analysis Shakespeare Across Cultures Dept of English, B.H.U & Shakespeare Society of Eastem India, Kalkata International Conference