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Dr. Tuhina Bose

Dr. Tuhina Bose

Assistant Professor
Ph.D (English), NET (National Eligibility Test) qualified, IELTS, MA (English Literature), B.Ed.

Ph.D (English), NET (National Eligibility Test) qualified, IELTS, MA (English Literature), B.Ed. (Bachelor of Education)

As an Assistant Professor for Personal Communication and Skills, I am constantly trying to apply my knowledge and experience of literature, communication and science to harness young minds with the tools of group discussion, storytelling, case studies, music and poetry. 

English Language Trainer & Personality Grooming Coach holding 12 years of diversified experience in the Education and Training Industry.

YEAR

ACADEMIA & QUALIFICATION

MARKS SECURED

PhD

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) English

AWARDED

April 2000

Bachelor of Education - B.Ed

Rani Durgavati University Jabalpur

75%

May 1999

Master of Arts – MA (English)

Rani Durgavati University Jabalpur

62% (2nd Rank Holder in University)

May 1995

Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences

JawaharLal Nehru Agriculture University-Jabalpur, (M.P)

71.6%

 

CERTIFICATIONS

  • National Eligibility Test –NET for Lectureship December 2000
  • CELTA Dec 2018 - Pass
  • Doctor of Philosophy in English - Topic: Cultural and Historiographical Motifs: A Comparison of the Select Novels of Michael Ondaatje and Amitav Ghosh.

  CAREER SUMMARY

  • Assistant-Professor – Pravin Dalal School of Family Business Management and Entrepreneurship, NMIMS MUMBAI Oct 2022 - Present
  • Assistant-Professor -Fr. Conceaciao Rodrigues Institute of Technology, Vashi, June 2015 - Sep 2022
  • Assistant-Professor - St. Xavier’s College on FIP Leave Vacancy Jul 2012-April2014
  • Assistant-Professor - Department of English, Mumbai University - Kalina Campus on a tenure-based appointment Sep 2011-Mar 2012
  • Senior-Faculty-English at various centers of ‘Professional Tutorials’ in NCR (New-Delhi) and Jabalpur July-Jan 2004 & July-Dec 2006
  • Higher Secondary School Teaching
  • DAV Public School, Vasant Kunj New Delhi July-Oct 2003
  • Siva Sivani Public School, Visakhapatnam July 1999-Feb 2000
  • Freelance trainer and examiner for English Language Teaching July2019-present IELTS

Papers Published and Presented

  • Amitav Ghosh and the idea of Transnationalism pgs. 134-145 published by Prestige Books International ISBN 978-93-82186-90-8. (published)
  • Appropriating The Hungry Tide to the Foucauldian Concept of Heterotopia (published in Remarkings - an international peer reviewed and COSMOS indexed journal)
  • Post-Colonial Attitudes in the south Asian Writings: Comparing Amitav Ghosh and Michael Ondaatje. (accepted for publication at international peer reviewed journal by International Society for Commonwealth Studies)
  • ‘Transnational reflections in Coetzee’s Slow Man’, in International multidisciplinary conference - Mumbai University. (Published and presented) 
  • Teaching The Shadow Lines in the backdrop of the BBC documentary The Frontier Railways (published and presented at International Conference of Arts and Fine arts - Malaysia) 
  • Morichjhapi–Voicing the Dispossessed in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide (published in Journal of American Studies)
  • Language and Rituals as Transcultural Motifs in South Asian Novel - Anil’s Ghost (accepted for publication at POETCRIT – International peer reviewed journal indexed at EBESCO) 
  • Presented paper at national conference on New Education Policy 2020 : Socio Economic and Political Paper Title: Bringing Folk-art Centre-stage : Using Technology to Increase the Outreach of Phad (accepted for publication) 
  • Presented a paper at national conference on Tribute to Khushwant Singh: A Writer of Protean Sensibilities. Paper Title : Women as Marginals in Khushwant Singh’s A Bride for the Sahib and
  • Guest Lectures

-----at Amity University on Postcolonialism -An Overview

-----at St. Aloysius College Jabalpur on Indian Writing in English

Details: 

Assistant-Professor-Fr.Conceaciao Rodrigues Institute of Technology, Vashi June2015-Present

Teaching                                                                        

  • Teaching ‘Business Communication and Ethics’ and ‘Communication Skills’ to undergraduate students of Engineering and Management.Responsible for mentoring students to inculcate effective and appropriate language skills with the means of various oral and written tools.

Training & Mentoring

  • Creatively use language tools to design and develop various oral and written means of communication (includes report writing, GD, mock interview, role play, substitute teaching, skits, team building games etc.
  • Training students in business ethics and etiquette, inculcating moral values, work ethics and positive attitude amongst the students.

Counselling

  • Tutoring students in various devices of self-improvement. (Key areas include self-management time-management public speaking and mind-mapping.) 

Conceptualizing managing and editing the e-magazine of Rhapsody.

  • The FCRIT e-newsletter is a biannual publication wherein as the editor I have try to blend the creative aspects with information. 

Coordinator for college blog- ‘’Oeuvre’’

  • It is a complete students’ endeavor under my guidance - an attempt to harness their creative selves.
  • Convener of GENESIS- Cultural Platform for First Year Students.
  • Coordinator: All Freshers’ Events
  • Coordinator: SAMVAAD-FCRIT Annual Inter-Collegiate Debate

Assistant-Professor - St. Xavier’s College on FIP Leave Vacancy - Jul 2012-April2014

 

  1. Responsible for teaching English literature to the 1st 2nd and 3rd year students. (Thrust Area)
  • Indian Writing in English
  • Postcolonial Literature
  • Resistance Literature
  • Partition Literature

Assistant-Professor - Department of English, Mumbai University - Kalina Campus on a tenure-based appointment  Sep 2011-Mar 2012

  1.  Teaching students of M.A. (Hons.) Part1 and Part2 Postcolonial literature and Diaspora

Consultant at ‘Career Launcher’ (Connaught Place, Kailash Colony & Safdurjung (IIT) centers) New Delhi - April 2005- May 2006

Senior-Faculty-English at various centers of ‘Professional Tutorials’ in NCR (New-Delhi) and Jabalpur- July-Jan 2004 & July-Dec 2006

  • Carried out training for post-graduate and under-graduate students for group-discussions and personal interviews at the MBA training institutes. (Career Launcher and Professional Tutorials) Teaching English & logic for BBA, HM & LST students.

Higher Secondary School Teaching DAV Public School, Vasant Kunj New Delhi - July-Oct 2003

Siva Sivani Public School, Visakhapatnam - July 1999-Feb 2000


 KEY SKILLS

  • Managing large group of students and channelizing their intellect towards productive language skills.
  • Conducting tutorial classes for Effective English Skills.
  • Developing critical and analytical abilities of the students.
  • Structuring the syllabus as a member of the core team.
  • Guiding and facilitating students in the preparation of power point presentations.
  • Training the students in soft skills and using the same to improve their written and verbal communication.

TRAINING CONDUCTED

  • Conducted workshop on English grammar at Career Launcher Academy, Kailash Colony, New Delhi
  • Group discussions, PDPs (Personality Development Program) and interviews for MBA aspirants
  • Regular conduct of NET/SET training at Mumbai University
  • Conducted two-day soft-skills training program at SNDT University, Matunga.

TRAINING IN PRESENT PROFILE

  • Simulating a corporate environment in the class-room sessions by discussing various case studies pertaining to business ethics and oral and written communication.
  • Designing and developing course material within the structured framework of the curriculum.
  • Creating right environment for streaming out of the original ideas.
  • Emphasizing on creative and out of the box thinking for problem solving.
  • Channelizing students’ energy towards the ideation of futuristic goals.
  • Tutoring students in self and time management through self-devised dynamic classroom sessions.

STRENGTHS:

  • Proficient written & verbal communication.
  • Effective and diversely interactive.
  • Keen to take up challenging and creative assignments.

OTHER INTERESTS:

  • Music, Traveling, Reading, Adventure Sports

 Other Achievements:

  • Anchoring various cultural events at school & college levels as a mentee and a mentor-
  • NSS and Extension Activities undertaken during graduation.
  • 1st in Badminton in Annual College Sports Meet -2000.
  • Regular winner in various Elocution Competitions held at school level.
  • Participation in Singing and Dramatics in School.
  • Regular participant in the Annual Sports Meets in schools.

           
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