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Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE




NAME DASARI MURALI MANOHAR

DATE OF BIRTH 06.08.1969

SEX MALE

FATHER’S NAME LATE SRI D.OBANNA


OCCUPATION Reader in English
Department of English
University of Hyderabad
Hyderabad

OFFICE ADDRESS Department of English
University of Hyderabad
Hyderabad-500 046 A.P
INDIA
Phone: 91-040-23133406
E-mail: dmmsh@uohyd.ernet.in

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS H. No. 25-29/18/25,
Sri Sai Nagar Colony
Behind Mayuri Nagar, Kakatiya Nagar
Ramachandrapuram,
Hyderabad-502036 A.P
Mobile: 91-9908569272
E-mail: dmbm_vs@yahoo.co.in

SPECIALIZATION AND
AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST Indian English Literature,
Indian English Women’s Fiction,
Dalit Studies, Women’s Studies,
English Language Teaching.


EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

B. A. Ed, Regional College of Education, Mysore (N.C.E.R.T), 1991.

M. A. ENGLISH, University of Hyderabad, 1993.

M. Phil ENGLISH , University of Hyderabad, 1995.
(Dissertation Title: Man-Woman Relationship with Respect to the Treatment of Love in Kamala Das’ Poetry)

Ph. D ENGLISH, University of Hyderabad, 2005.
(Thesis Title: Marriage, Career and Divorce among “Educated” Women in Post-Independence Indian English Women’s Fiction)


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER, Kendriya Vidyalaya Yerraguntla, Cuddapah District, 11.09.1995 to 09.10.1995.

POST GRADUATE TEACHER, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pabra, Hisar Dist., Haryana, 02.11.1995 to 27.07.1998.

LECTURER IN ENGLISH, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, 1998-2004.

SENIOR LECTURER IN ENGLISH, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, since 2004.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

PROJECT ASSISTANT, Dept. of English, University Of Hyderabad, 5.1.1995 to 05.09.1995.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (Category II, Sl. NO. 2)

Associate Coordinator, UGC’s Remedial Coaching Programme for SC/STs, March 2004 to March 07.

Coordinator for UGC’s Remedial Coaching Programme for SC/STs, 10-07-2006 till date.

Conducted University Entrance exams at various centres such as Madurai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Delhi and Vishakapatnam, 2005-2010.






SEMINARS ORGANISED (Category II, Sl. NO. 1)

National Seminar on Study of Aesthetics: An Indian Perspective, 24-25 February 2006, University of Hyderabad.
(Co-ordinator with Prof. Alladi Uma and Dr. Sunita Mishra)

National Seminar on Personal Narratives of Dalits and their Religion(s), 16-18 October 2007, University of Hyderabad.

National Seminar on Contemporary Indian Women Novelists in English, 25-26 March 2009, University of Hyderabad.

National Seminar on Phonetics and Spoken English, 30-31 October 2009, University of Hyderabad.

REFRESHER COURSE ORGANISED (Category II, Sl. NO. 3)

Refresher Course in English, 26 February to 18 March 2009, Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad.

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (Category II, Sl. NO. 2)

Since 1998 I have been part of admissions committee for admitting students for courses such as M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D.

Conducted Election of representatives of M.A. and Research Scholars on the Departmental Committee.

Member of admission Committee representing the SC/ST faculty member in the departments such as Philosophy, Communication Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies.

Member of Doctoral Committee for Ph. D Scholars.

Member of Library acquisitions under DRS

Evaluated Post-Submission Seminars of M.Phil scholars’ dissertations

Member of Departmental Level Committee Against Sexual Harassment

Engaged a Research Assistant for the Major Research Project for two years.

SC/ST representative for Screening Committee for short-listing the applications in the Dept. of Urdu.

Member of School Board of Studies, School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad (8.9.2005 to 7.9.2008).

Member of Academic Council of the University of Hyderabad, (Dates)

Member of Court of University of Hyderabad, (12.7.2006 to 11.7.2009)

Subject Expert in English for the Selection Committee for the post of Primary Teacher and others at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School, Ramachandrapuram, BHEL on June 2, 2007.

Set the examination paper for M.A. English in the Course called “Structure of Modern Englsih” of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visewavidyalayam, Tirupati in 2008.

Member of School level Committee to look into the proposals under the unassigned Grants Scheme of the University from 01.05. 2009 to 30.04.2010.

Member of Purchase Committee for a period of two years from 23 July 2010 to 22rd July 2012.

Member of Syllabus Revision Committee of Department of English, University of Hyderabad.

Evaluated M.A. English Entrance Examination answer scripts of 206 conducted by Common Entrance Test for seven Central Universities.

Subject Expert in English for the Selection Committee for the post of Assistant Professor at Padmasri Dr. B. V. Raju Institiute of Technology, Vishnupur, Narsapur, Medak Dist. on August 17, 2009.

Got sponsorship of travel expenditure for the women writers to participate in national seminar on “Contemporary Indian Women Novelists in English” conducted in the Department of English, University of Hyderabad.

Election Officer for conducting Student’ Union Elections in 2009-2010.


PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Kamala Das: Treatment of Love in her Poetry. Gulbarga: JIWE, 1999. (Category III, III B (Soul Author))

Indian English Women’s Fiction: A Study of Marriage, Career and Divorce. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2007. (Category III, III B (Soul Author))


Dalits and their Religion(s). New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2010. (Category III, III B (Soul Author))




EDITED BOOKS

(with Alladi Uma and Sunita Mishra), The Study of Aesthetics: An Indian
Perspective. New Delhi: Allied, 2007. (Category III, III A)

(with Sachidanada Mohanty, Alladi Uma, Sindhu Menon), Leaves from Your own Book: Papers in Honour of Sudhakar Marathe. New Delhi: Author Press, 2009. (Category III: III B)

(Ed.) Dalits and Religion. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2009. (Category III, III A)


(Ed.) Contemporary Indian Women Novelists in English. New Delhi: Serials. (Category III, III A)


(Ed.) Indian English Women’s Fiction of the post 1990s. New Delhi: Serials.
Publications, 2010. (Category III, III A)


Forthcoming

Basic Linguistics and Phonetics. New Delhi: Serials.

Spoken English and Phonetics. New Delhi: Atlantic.

RESEARCH ARTICLES:

“Cheated and Exploited: Women in Kamala Das’s Short Stories”, In Mohan G Ramanan and P. Sailaja (eds.). English and the Indian Short Story. New Delhi: Orient Longman (2000).117-123. (Category III, III A)


“The Treatment of Love in the Poetry of P.Lal”, In Nila Shah, Pramod K. Nayar (eds.). Modern Indian Poetry in English: Critical Studies. New Delhi: Creative Books (2000). 91-95. (Category III, III B )


“Women’s Voices: Some Indian English Women Novelists of the 1980s”. Indian Women Novelists in English. Ed. Birendra Pandey. New Delhi: Sarup&Sons, 2001. 38-46. (Also published in POETCRIT XV: 2(July 2002): 31-39.) (Category III, III A)


“Meet the Writer: Kamala Das”, POETCRIT XVI: 1 (January 2003): 83-98. (Category III, III A)


“Educated” Women: Happy or Unhappy? Selected Novels of Indian English Women’s Fiction of the 1990s”. Narratives of (Dis)Content: Critical Essays on Commonwealth Literature. Ed. M. Dasan. Chennai: Emerald Publishers, 2006. 38-47. (Also published in POETCRIT XVII: 1 (January 2004): 48-56.) (Category III, III A)


“Man-Woman Relationship with Respect to the Treatment of Love in Kamala Das’ Poetry”. Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol. 191. Ed. Tom Burns and Jeffrey W. Hunter. Detroit: Thomson-Gale, 2004. 44-60. (Category III, III B Refereed International Journal)


“Kim an Honest Disciple in Rudyard Kipling’s KIM’”. POETCRIT XVIII (January 2005): 5-13. (Category III, III A)


“Women’s Voices” in Selected Short Stories of Shashi Deshpande”. The Atlantic Literary Review 6.1-2 (June 2005): 76-85. (Category III, III A)


“Individuality” in Kamala Das and in Her Poetry”. POETCRIT XIX (July 2006): 13-20. (Category III, III A)

“Women’s Empowerment via Job/Career in some Indian English Women’s Novels”. Journal of English Literature 1 (January 2007): 22-26. (Also published in POETCRIT XXI (January 2008): 5-11. (Category III, III A)

“‘Nature’ in the Poetry of D.C.Chambial”. Critical Response to Indian Poetry Poerty inEnglish. Eds. Amar Nath Prasad and Bithika Sarkar. New
Delhi: Sarup, 2008. 301-308. (Category III, III B)

“Who is Brahman”, not Brahmana/Brahmin? A Personal Narrative of Mala Dasari”. Dalits and their Religion. Ed. D. Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2009. 1-8. (Category III, III A)

Introduction. Dalits and their Religion. Ed. D. Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2009. XI-XX. (Category III, III A)

“Teaching the English Phonetics: Case Studies”. Forum for Musings: Special Issue on Effective Communication and Soft Skills 3.2 (November 2009): 36-42. (Category III, III A)

“Marriage of ‘educated’ women in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman”. Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s. Ed. D.Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2009. 10-20. (Category III, III B)

Introduction. Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s. Ed. D.Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2009. VII-XII. (Category III, III B)

Janaki’s Marriage and Divorce in Jaishree Misra’s Ancient Promises. Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s. Ed. D.Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2009. 30-40. (Category III, III B)

Introduction. Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s. Ed. D.Murali Manohar. New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2009. XI-XVI. (Category III, III A)





Communicated/Forthcoming:


“Some Aspects of Metaphysical Poetry with specific reference to John Donne and George Herbert: Pun, Wit, Conceit, Wordplay, Paradox of Seventeenth Century sense”.


BOOK REVIEWS

“Above the Earth’s Green: Advocating Spontaneity”. University News 1 (2000): 29. (Category III, III A)
“A Married Woman”. Kohinoor (Biannual): An International Literary Journal). January 2007: 107-109. (Category III, III A)

TRANSLATIONS

“Award for the City” Litcrit India V. 5&6 (Spring/Summer 2007): 57-58. (Category III, III A)

“Raising… Local… Voices?” Litcrit India V.5&6 (Spring/Summer 2007): 58-59. (Category III, III A)

SEMINARS

PAPERS PRESENTED

“Women being cheated and exploited: Kamala Das’ Short Stories”, National seminar on Indian English Short Story, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 1994. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)


“Women’s voices: Some Indian women novels of the 1980s”, National Seminar on Indian Writing in English, Women’s Voices 1950-2000, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, March 10-11, 2000. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Kim: An honest disciple in Rudyard Kipling’s Kim”. National Seminar on Exploring Anglo-Indian Fiction qua History, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, March 1-2-3, 2002. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“‘Educated’ Women: Happy or Unhappy?” Selected novels of Indian English Women’s Fiction of the 1990s. National Seminar on Educating Women: Towards a New Formula, Assumption College, Changanaserry, March 20, 21 and 22, 2002. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Women’s Empowerment via Job/Career in Some Indian English Women’s Novels”, National Conference on “Empowerment of Women”, Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women’s Studies, Mahatma Gandhi National Institute of Research for Social Action, Hyderabad, March 6-7, 2006. (Category III, III(E) (ii))

“Teacher Teaching Principles, only Principles and nothing but Principles”, National Seminar on Language, Literature, Translation and Pedagogy: In Honour of Sudhakar Marathe, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, November 1-3, 2006. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Globalization, Religion and their impact on Dalits” National Seminar on After Globalization: Resurgence of History, Ideology, Nation & Religion, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, 23rd and 24th November, 2006. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Education and Job/Career leading to Dalit Women’s Economic Empowerment” National Conference on “Empowerment of Dalit Women: Retrospect and Prospect” Dr. Ambedkar Centre for Research and Social Action (Dr. Ambedkar Centre) of Mahatma Gandhi National Institute of Research and Social Action (MGNIRSA), Hyderabad, 14th February 2007. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b )

“Spoken and Unspoken Dalit Problems in Selected Telugu Movies” National Seminar on “Nation, Region and Ideology in Films”. ASIHSS Programme, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 28th February, March 1st and 2nd March, 2007. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Who is Brahman”, not Brahmana/Brahmin? A Personal Narrative of Mala Dasari” National Seminar on “Personal Narratives of Dalits and their Religion(s)” Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 16-18 October 2007. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Caste, Gender, Religion, Region: Social Exclusin and Inclusion of Dalits” National Conference on Economic Reforms in India: Social Exclusion and Social Justice, Department of Sociology, Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad, 27-29 November 2008. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Teaching the Phonetics of English: Case Studies” National Seminar on “Phonetics and Spoken English”, Department of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 30-31 October 2009. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

“Roots of Mala Dasari: A Theoretical Question”. National Seminar on “Theorizing the Margins and the Other”. Centre for Compartive Literature, University of Hyderabad, Hyderbad. 17-19 February 2010. (Category III, III(E) (ii) b)

Chair of Session:

Chaired a session on “Margins on Films and Disability Studies” in a National Seminar on “Theorizing the Margins and the Other”. Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. 17-19 February 2010. (Category III, III (E) (iv) b)


PANELIST

National Seminar on “Nirad 100: India 50: Interrogating India” Department of English, University of Hyderabad, 1998. (Category III, III (E) (iv) b)


PARTICIPATED

National Seminar on “Translation and Transformation”, 4-5 October 2007, organized by Department of English, University of Hyderabad in collaboration with the Central Institute of Indian Languages and Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi.

National Seminar on AFTERWA(O)RDS: Discourse in the Translation of Kesava Reddy’s Athadau Adavini Jayinchadu and G.V.Krishna Rao’s Keelubommalu”, on 8-9 March 2020 organized by National Translation Mission , CIIL, Mysore and Department of English, University of Hyderabad,Hyderabad.

WORKSHOP

“Perspective of an Integrated Student of the late 1980s” National Workshop on the Teaching of English in Integrated Programmes, 7-8 March 2008, English Language Teaching Cell, University of Hyderabad. (Category III, III (E) (iv) b)


SANCTIONED RESEARCH PROJECT

“Interrogating Dalits and their Religions” funded by University Grants Commission, New Delhi, under Major Research Project Scheme, 1 April 2007 to 31 March 2009, worth Rs. 2,00,000. (Category III: III (c) (ii)

PUBLICATION GRANT

Grant to publish Ph.D thesis entitled “Marriage, Career and Divorce among “Educated” Women in Post-Independence Indian English Women’s Fiction” from University Grants Commission of Unassigned Grants, University of Hyderabad, 2007.

OUTREACH ACTIVITIES
INVITED/GUEST LECTURES

“Phonetics” at Government College of Education, Kurnool, 18 December 1999. (Category I: Sl. No. 2)

“Phonetics” at Osmania College of Education, Kurnool, 20 December 1999. (Category I: Sl. No. 2)

“Reward and Punishment” in Workshop on Teaching for School Teachers at Siva Sivani Public School, Sangareddy, 25 June 2002. (Category I: Sl. No. 2)

“Communication Skills” in “A One day Workshop on NET Awareness Programme for SC/ST/OBC/Minority Students”, Kakatiya University, Warangal, 5 February 2009. (Category I: Sl. No. 2)

“Teaching Phonetics” in “A Workshop on Development of English Laboratory in JNVS for both PG and TG Teachers in English working in JNVS under Hyderabad Region”, Seminar Hall, School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 12 August 2009. (Category I: Sl. No. 2)



“Remedial Teaching” in Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 23 October 2009. (Category I: Sl. No. 3)

“Indian English Women’s Fiction: Early 19th century to the post 1990s” in Academic Staff College, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad, 11 November 2009. (Category I: Sl. No. 3)

“Dalits and their Religion(s)” in Academic Staff College, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad, 11 November 2009. (Category I: Sl. No. 3)
EVALUATION

Evaluated M.Phil English Dissertations of other Universities. (Category I:, Sl.No. 5)

Evaluated Ph. D English Dissertation of other University. (Category I:, Sl.No. 5)

Research Guidance: M.PHIL / Ph. D (Category III: III (D) (i)

M. Phil. Degrees awarded: 04

Ph.D Under Supervisoion: 02

AWARDS

The Second Best Teacher Award of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti as PGT English from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pabra, District Hissar in English for producing excellent results in CBSE Exam for the academic year 1996-97 at Regional Level (Rajasthan, Delhi and Haryana come under one region which is in Jaipur).

The Best Teacher Award of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti as PGT English from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pabra, District Hissar in English for producing excellent results in CBSE Exam for the academic year 1997-98 at Regional Level (Rajasthan, Delhi and Haryana come under one region which is in Jaipur).

REFRESHER AND ORIENTATION COURSES ATTENDED (Category III: III (E) (i)
Refresher Course, 3-24 February 1999, Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

Orientation Course, December 14 2001 to 11 January 2002, Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

Refresher Course 3-23 August 2005, Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad with an “A” Grade.

Refresher Course from 3-23 January 2008, Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad with an “A” Grade.

COURSES DESIGNED AND OFFERED (Category I Sl. No. 1)
MA

English Literature and Thought, 1579-1700

English Literature and Thought, 1700-1798

Eighteenth Century British Literature and Thought

Indian Writing in English

Indian English Women’s Fiction of the 1980s (Optional Course)

Indian English Women’s Fiction of the 1990s (Optional Course)

Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s (Optional Course)

(A project was given to the students to make a survey of opinion on issues like Marriage and Career as it immediately relates to them) (Category I Sl. No. 3)

Interrogating Dalits Religious Perceptions and Practices (Optional Course)

(Slides were downloaded to show the students about the life of Dalits and screened them in the classroom with the help of Internet and discussed at length).

Language Intensive Study Programme.

The English Language 1

MPHIL (Category I:, Sl.No. 5)
Indian Writing in English

Indian English Fiction

Research Methods

Indian English Short Story

Strategies for Developing Listening Comprehension Skills

Interrogating Dalits Religious Perceptions and Practices

Author Course: Rabindranath Tagore

Portrayal of Dalits in Telugu Cinema

Evaluating B.Ed English Curriculum

Author Course: Bodo Folk Tales

Author Course: Kamala Das

PH D (Category I:, Sl.No. 5)


Making of an Anthology

Research Methods in Language Learning

Dalit Autobiography

Learning Strategies

Drama Techniques in ELT

COURSES FOR STUDENTS UNDER STUDY IN INDIA PROGRAMME

Indian English Women’s Fiction of the Post 1990s

PUBLICATIONS SUMMARY

Books Published 8 Research Papers Published 15
Books Accepted 2 Research Papers Accepted 2

Other Papers Published 8

SUPERVISION SUMMARY

M. Phil Awarded 4
M.Phil Under Supervision 1
Ph.D Under Supervision 2

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