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Mr. Akash Dutta

  • Lecturer
    Institute of Applied Sciences & Humanities
  • Department

    Department of English
  • Contact Details:

    Email : akash.dutta@gla.ac.in

    Contact Number :9647083890

  • Experience

    1 year

  • Qualifications

    • October 2017 – till date: Teaching English Language Skills for Communication to first year B. Tech students in GLA University, Mathura.
    • 2014: Master of Arts in English Literature from Guru Ghasidas Central University, Bilaspur,
    • 2012: Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Dumkal College Basantapur (University of Kalyani), Murshidabad (W.B.), India.
  • Ph.D

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-

    Working-

  • Postgraduate

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-

    Working-

  • Dutta, Akash. “Hayavadana and Indianness: A Study of Decolonised Self”, Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies in Collaboration with Osmania University Centre for International Programmes (OUCIP), Hyderabad. 26-28 November. 2015.
  • Dutta, Akash. “Trying to Listen to the Voices Lost in the Centre: a Reading of Premchand’s Kafan and Sadgati”. Department of English and Foreign Languages, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak (MP). 27-28 February. 2013.
  • Dutta, Akash. “Researching the Modern Relevance of Myth, History and Tradition in Girish Karnad’s Play Bali: The Sacrifice”. Department of English, Government Autonomous Post Graduate College, Chhindwara (M.P). 4-6 February. 2013.
  • Seminar on Faculty Development Program, organised by Department of English, GLA University, Mathura, 26-30 January 2020.
  • Faculty Development Programme on “Teaching Grammar and Oral Skills to UG Classes”, organized by the Department of English, GLA University, Mathura, UP (23-27 July 2019).
  • Workshop on “English Language: Testing and Evaluation” organized by English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI), Mathura Chapter in collaboration with the Department of English, GLA University, Mathura, UP (23-24 November 2018).

Poetry, Drama, Fiction, Literary Theory and Criticism