Volume - 1, Issue - 2

ROLE OF EDUCATION AND CAREER IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN MANJUKAPUR’S SELECTED NOVELS

P.Aparna,

Lecturer in English,

Govt.Polytechnic, Hindupur,

Andhra Pradesh, India

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING THROUGH THE USE OF COHESIVE TIES

1. Dr.Tata Sujani,

Associate professor,

Sri Vasavi Engineering College,

Tadepalligudem ,Andhra Pradesh, India.

2. Prof. K. Ratna Shiela Mani,

Dept. of English,

Acharya Nagarjuna University,

Guntur,Andhra Pradesh,India.

3. V.Srinivasa Rao,

Asst.Prof,

KKR & KSR Institute of Technology & Sciences,

Guntur, Guntur Dist,

Andhra Pradesh, India.

METAPHOR OF ‘LIFE’ IN SHAKESPEAREAN SELECTED TRAGEDIES

Ayaad M. Abood,

Assistant Lecturer,

Dept. Linguistic & Literary studies,

The University of Basrah,

Basrah,

Iraq

ANITA NAIR’S LADIES COUPE: WOMEN IN QUEST OF SELF-IDENTITY

Dr. T. Bhaskara Sudha,

Head Dept. of English,

St. Joseph‟s College for Women (Autonomous),

Visakhapatnam

Andhra Pradesh, India.

THE ROLE OF EXILE IN THE NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE

Dr. M. Nalini,

Head, Dept. of English,

S.D.M.S.M. Kalasala (Autonomous),

Vijayawada, India.

GANDHIJI’S STYLE OF WRITING

Meenu Kota Bhushan,

Asst.Prof, Dept of English,

Vignan Institute of Information Technology,

Duvvada, Gajuvaka,

Visakhapatnam,

Andhra Pradesh, India

TRAUMA AND JOY OF BECOMING AND BELONGING OF INDIGENOUS CHARACTERS IN DIASPORA WRITINGS

Visali.G,

Assistant Professor,

Dept of English,

Lingayas Institute of Management and Technology,

Nunna, Andhra Pradesh,

India.

Abstract on Theme of ‘East of Eden’

B. Praveena,

(Research Scholar),

Asst.Professor,

DVR&Dr.HS MIC College of Technology,

Kanchikacherla, Krishna District,

Andhra Pradesh, India

DALIT LITERATURE: A SYMBOL OF REVOLUTION AND THE SEED OF DECONSTRUCTION

U. Anto Maria Eusobia,

M.Phil (ELT), Loyola College,

Chennai, India

Diasporic Identity in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmineand Desirable Daughters

G.Suneetha,

M.Phil, Research Scholar,

Acharya Nagarjuna University,

Guntur,

Andhra Pradesh, India

STUDY OF ANITA DESAI’S NOVELS: A FEMINISTIC PERSPECTIVE

Dr.Rahath Khanam,

Asst. Prof. of English,

Nagarjuna Government College (A)

Nalgonda,

Telangana, India

BUSINESS ENGLISH IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION

A.Satya Phani Kumari(Ph.D),

Assistant Professor,

Dept of English,

PVP Siddhartha Institute of Technology,

Vijayawada,

Andhra Pradesh, India.

A Study of Indian Sensibility in Chitra Benerjee Divakaruni’s ‘Sister of My Heart’

R Sujata Rani,

PhD Scholar in SPMVV,

Assistant Professor,

RK College of Engineering,

Kethanakonda, Vijayawada,

Andhra Pradesh, India

PARENTAL INFLUENCE ON CHILDREN IN R.K.NARAYAN NOVELS

Dr.G.Naga Lakshmamma,

Asst. Prof. in English,

SVLNS Govt. Degree College,

Bheemunipatnam

Visakhapatnam, India.

Pincode - 531163

LEARNING VOCABULARY THROUGH MOBILE PHONES: A STUDY OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS AT V.R SIDDHARTHA ENGINEERING COLLEGE

M. Jayaranjan,

Asst. Professor,

Dept of English,

V.R.Siddhartha Engg. College,

Kanuru ,Vijayawada,India

STRESS MANAGEMENT AND SPIRITUALITY

Dr. K. Kavitha,

Lecturer in M.Ed,

Dept.of Education,

Sri Venkateswara University,

Tirupati, India

AN APPROACH TO ENHANCE ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS

Sk.Rehena,

Asst.Professor of English,

P.V.P.Siddhartha Institute of Technology,

Vijayawada,India.

USE OF ICT IN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

M.Rudrama Devi,

Associate Professor in English,

P.V.P.Siddhartha institute of Technology,

Kanuru, Vijayawada, India.


 

P.Lakshmilavanya,

Asst.Professor in English,

P.V.P.Siddhartha institute of Technology,

Kanuru, Vijayawada,India.