Volume 12 Issue 4

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to the January 2024 issue of IJELLS. We have officially completed 12 years of publishing academic research and creative writing in the field of English.

The writers range from novices to experts, topics rage from the controversial to the safe. Wherever each article stands it offers a new angle of research which makes reading the issue an interesting experience. Allow the articles speak with you.

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International Journal of English: Literature, Language and Skills – IJELLS extends its service into publishing books. We have started the enterprise IJELLS Publishing. This is a platform where we help authors self-publish their work. Check out our webpage to understand more at

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Our Contributors

Dr G Venkata Ramana is working as an Associate Professor of English in BVRIT, Narsapur. He has authored two books. His area of interest is short story, instructional designing, technical writing and translation studies.

Prof S Mohanraj is a language teacher and teacher educator. He has taught at the English and Foreign Languages University for over three decades. Reading is hobby and he dabbles into translating and reviewing books occasionally.

Mr Bhanuteja Suroju has Master’s Degree in English Literature at OUPGC, Secunderabad. He completed his graduation in Sri Chaithanya Degree College. He worked as a coordinator to many academic programs in the college. He is certified from National Translation Mission. And he is trilingual.

Mr M Bheemesh is a dedicated Junior English lecturer with a passion for literature. He obtained his Masters in English Literature in 2023, specializing in Contemporary Poetry and Postcolonial Literature. He worked as a coordinator to many academic programs in the college.

Dr Manoj Kumar Jha is an assistant professor of English at Nandan Sanskrit College Madhubani KSDS University Darbhanga.

Dr Mohan Kumar Pokhrel is an Assistant Professor of English at Mahendra Multiple Campus (Tribhuvan University), Dharan Nepal. He is a researcher of the Vedic and Paurānic literature. He has done his PhD in “Sri Krishna Lila” from the Tribhuvan University, Nepal. His aim is to highlight the significance of the Vedic and Paurānic literature in the literary scenario of the world.

Dr Praveen K Jadhav is working in Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune (Maharashtra). He has more than twenty years of teaching and research experience. He has completed two major research projects of UGC, New Delhi. He has published seven books and 34 research articles. Five students of PhD and 15 students of M. Phil. Degree have been awarded under his research guidance.

Ms G Sharon Komala is currently working as a Junior Lecturer at AMS Junior College, OU. With a Master’s degree in English from OUPGC, Secunderabad, her fervor for research and translation is evident through her contribution as a translation assistant for the academic work “Tree of Joy.”

Dr Subhalaxmi Mohanty is an Assistant Professor of English at Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies, Bengaluru where she teaches English literature and Critical theory to postgraduate and undergraduate students. Her research interests include Dalit writing in urban India, politics of gender, race and religion. She has contributed several articles to scholarly publications.

Ms C Viji is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at R V Government Arts College, Chengelpattu. Her research areas include Post Colonial Literature and African American Literature.
Dr Vivek Kumar is serving as an associate professor in the department of English, School of Liberal Education, Galgotias University. Dr. Kumar is having more than 13 years of teaching experience. His areas of academic interests are Indian Writing in English, and Literary Theory and Criticism.

Dr Asmathunisa Begum has been working as Assistant Professor of English at Kits Warangal, for the past 17 years. She was awarded PhD from Kakatiya University, Warangal under the supervision of Prof M Rajeshwar.

Dr S Parvathavarthini is working as an Associate Professor in Government college of Engineering, Sengipatti, Thanjavur. She has been teaching English for college students for the past 22 years. Her areas of interest include ELT, Linguistics and Testing and Assessment.

Dr Pinali Vadher is an Assistant Professor at Dept. of English, Faculty of Commerce, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat. She has done her Ph.D. in ELT. Her areas of interests include: Experimental Research, Critical Thinking, Discourse Analysis, Communication Studies, Indian Knowledge System, Indian English Literature, Media Studies, Gender Studies and Educational Technology.

Dr Revathi Srinivas is a Professor in the Department of Materials Development, Testing and Evaluation, in the School of English Language Education at the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India. Revathi is a Fulbright-Nehru Postdoctoral Fellow. Her research project aimed to evaluate and compare two Alternative Education programmes (India and the US), offered for marginalized children, to arrive at a better understanding of the dynamics in English language pedagogy at the primary and upper primary levels.

Dr Nitesh Kumar Mishra is an Assistant Professor of English, Nagarjun Umesh Sanskrit College, Tarauni, Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University, Darbhanga.

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