Volume 8 Issue 3

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to the October 2019 issue of IJELLS. We have a print ISSN, hence are foraying into print issues from this one on wards. We would like to honour all those who want to hold a copy and hear the pages rustle for a complete reading experience and a physical copy as a reminder of the published work.

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Our Contributors

Ms Roshni Jaiswal is a law student in Symbiosis International Deemed University, Nagpur. During her high school days, literature interested her most of all the other subjects. The budding author started her journey with a blog three years back which encouraged her to keep writing and prospering in life.

Dr Anita Konwar is an assistant Professor in the Department of English, Sonari College, Charaideo, Assam. She was awarded MPhil and PhD from Dibrugarh University, Assam. She has contributed research papers and articles in different academic and research journals at state, national and international level. Her research interests include Women Studies, Indian English Fiction, Commonwealth Literature & North-East India Studies.

Dr Geetha George K is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at St Marys College, Sulthan Bathery in Wayanad, Kerala. She has a doctorate in English language and literature from MG University. Her areas of expertise include Postcolonial studies and Cultural Studies. She is passionate about literature and arts.

Dr Gurudev Meher is an Assistant Professor at Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha. His specializations include Postcolonial Criticism, Diaspora Studies and Translation. His current research project is on diasporic writing and translation of Odia fictions into English.

Mallavarapu Jhansi is a teacher at the Government High School, Rajahmundry

Dr M Suresh Kumar is Professor of English at Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur

Dr. Purna Bahadur Kadel has been teaching as an associate professor at Central Department of Education, Tribhuvan University. Mr. Kamal Poudel who has been teaching in private and public institutional organizations for a couple of years is very enthusiastic and energetic researcher in the field of literature and ELT. Dr. Kadel and Mr. Poudel have conducted researches in the field of applied linguistics collaboratively. Both of them have analyzed and interpreted the novel Yogmaya through the critical discourse perspective.

Dr Santosh Kumar Singh works as a Post Graduate Teacher at Sainik Awasiya Mahavidyalaya (Campus) in Bhaktapur, Nepal. He specializes in Social Semiotics & Mithila Painting.

Vyshnavi Devi A, works at Department of English, UPGC Subedari, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana.

Dr M Sridhar is an Associate Professor Of English at Gurunanak Engineering College (Technical Campus) Ibrahimpatnam. He has sound experience in teaching.

Dr B Srinivasulu is an Assistant Professor of English at B V Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, Medak. He has published more than 10 articles in different ELT journals. He has 15 years of experience in teaching English and 5 years experience in research.

Dr Rajendra Rana has been teaching English in the P.G Department of English Government College (Autonomous) Bhawanipatna, Kalahandi, Odisha as a guest lecturer since 2014. As a research scholar many scholarly articles go to his credit. He is an avid reader and an experienced teacher of English literature and language.

Mohammed Rashel Uddin is currently doing his PhD in Hiroshima University, Japan. Earlier he has annexed his Master of International Cooperation Studies from the same institution.

Sharmin Hena is a Master’s student of Hiroshima University, Japan. She is working as an Instructor (General) under the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education in Bangladesh.

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