Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri, Dist: Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Affiliated To The University Of North Bengal

NAAC Accredited

ISO 9001:2115

Ms. Moitree Chakraborty

Department Of English
Phone No: 7679266341
E.Mail : moitree.slg@gmail.com
Qualification: M.A., B.Ed
Designation: State-Aided College Teacher
Specialization : Post Colonial Literature
Area of Research Interest : Indian English literature and Feminist Studies

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Father”s Name: Manik Chakraborty
Permanent Address: C/O Late Dr. Haralal Chakraborty, Pitrismriti, Sukantapally, Near Balaka Club, Siliguri, Dist. Jalpaiguri, PIN-734005.
Communication Address: : C/O Late Dr. Haralal Chakraborty, Pitrismriti, Sukantapally, Near Balaka Club, Siliguri, Dist. Jalpaiguri, PIN-734005.
Birth place: Siliguri
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Indian
Religion: Hinduism
Cast: General
Language Known: English, Bengali, Hindi
District: Jalpaiguri

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

NAME OF EXAMINATIONNAME OF BOARD/UNIVERSITYYEAR OF PASSINGDIVISIONSPECIALIZATION
SECONDARYWBBSE20091st 
HIGHER SECONDARYWBCHSE20111st 
GRADUATIONNBU20142nd 
POST GRADUATIONNBU20162nd 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Name of the InstitutionDesignationDate of Joining
Siliguri Mahila MahabidyalayaGuest Lecturer12/02/2019
Siliguri Mahila MahabidyalayaSACT-I01/01/2020

PUBLICATIONS:

1.“Education for Inner Transformation”, Education and Society: A Broader Outlook Ed. by Dr. Savita Mishra & Ms. Deepika Adhikari, Aaheli Publishers, 2018.
2.“Re-reading the feminine gender: An analysis of the women characters in the selected short stories of Rabindranath Tagore”, Readings in Sex and Gender (Society, Politics and Education), Ed. by Ruman Sutradhar & Mosira Parvin, N.B. Publications, 2020.
3.Unmitigated ‘nonsense’ or ‘resistance’?: Re-reading Sukumar Ray’s Abol Tabol Under the light of Colonial Influence, Non-sense and Sensibility: A Criical Study of Sukumar Ray’s Abol Tabol, Ed. by Debaditya Chakraborty and Rajarshi Bagchi, Book Valley Publisher, 2020.
4.“Probing the Autochtones: Anatomization of the Lepcha community of Darjeeling”, North Bengal: People, Society and Culture, Ed. by Prabir Kumar Kundu, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, 2021.
5.“Unfurling Dopdi Mejhen: (Re)presenting Mahasweta Devi’s Draupadi as a tale of indomitable spirit”, Mahasweta Devi’s Draupadi: A Critical Companion, Ed. by Debaditya Chakraborty, Utpal Rakshit and Rajarshi Bagchi, Book Valley, 2021.
6.“On Old Age and Ageing: Locating the impact of Covid-19 on the Elderly Population of India”, Socio-Economic Implications of Covid-19 Pandemic in India: Growing Challenges and Potential Solutions, Ed. by Sumitra Naha (Das) & Mahuya Roy Chowdhury (Bhowal), New Delhi Publishers, 2022.
7.“Interrogating Herge’s Characterization: An Analysis of the Character of Tintin as Reflected in Herge’s Tintin in Tibet”, Treading Uncharted Territories: Some perspectives on Herge’s Tintin in Tibet Ed. by Debaditya Chakraborty & Utpal Rakshit, Book Valley Publishers, 2022.
8.“Feminine quest for self-identity: A Study of Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters and Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence”, Literature and Emotions: The Intangible Concepts, Ed. by Dr. V. Bhuvaneswari, Perception Publishing House, 2022.
9.“Writing, Resistance, Transgression: Analyzing 19th century Woman Writing and Rassundari Devi”, Rassundari Devi’s Amar Jiban (My Life): A Compendium of Critical Essays, Ed. by Debaditya Chakraborty and Rajarshi Bagchi, Book Valley Publishers, 2023.
10.Of Princes and Demons: Locating the subversion of Colonial ‘Politics’ in select texts from Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumder’s Tales from Thakurmar Jhuli: Twelve Stories From Bengal, Contemporary Children’s Literature: A Critical Companion, Ed. by Debaditya Chakraborty and Utpal Rakshit, Authorspress, 2023.

CONFERENCE/SEMINAR/WORKSHOP/PRESENTATIONS:

A.SEMINAR:
I.PAPER PRESENTATION:
1.“Education for Inner Transformation”, Seminar on Education and Society: Problems, Prospects and New Trends, Organized by Vidyasagar College of Education, 2017.
2.“Traversing through Sita’s memoir: An Ecobiographical Reading of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s The Forest of Enchantment, Seminar on Climate Change, Environmental Ethics and Ecological Humanities, Organized by the Department of English, Mahishdal Raj College in academic association with Department of Foreign Languages and Literature , State University of Milan, Italy, 2019.
3.“ Negating the Iconophobia: Re-reading Tagore’s Vimala as Aparna Sen’s Vrinda , International Webinar on World Cinema: Literary Adaptations and Beyond, Organized by The Cine Club and The Department of English, Sudhiranjan Lahiri Mahavidyalaya In Collaboration with The Department of English, Chapra Bangaljhi Mahavidyalaya, 2020.
4.“Feminine Narrative: Re-reading the Myth of Draupadi in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s The Palace of Illusions”, One Day State Level Webinar on Contemporary Literature: Theory and Praxis, Organized by the Department of English, Khalisani Mahavidyalaya,2020.
5.“Undoing Gender”: Reading the Politics of Gender subversion in Kunzang Choden’s The Circle of Karma, ICSSR Sponsored Seminar on ‘Gender Equality and Women’s Rights: Exploring Women’s Voices and Experiences in South Asia, Organized by Department of Economics & Women’s Cell and IQAC, Chancal College In Collaboration with Centre for Women’s Studies and IQAC, Raiganj University, 2023.
6.“Deconstructing the ‘angel in the house’: A feminist analysis of the women characters in select films of Satyajit Ray “ One Day International Webinar on Revisiting Satyajit Ray: A Centennial Tribute , Organized by the Department of English & IQAC in collaboration with Bangladesh Film Institute (BFI), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2022.
II. PARTICIPATION:
1.Participated in the International Seminar on “Thinking Literature Across Continents” Organized by the Department of English, University of North Bengal, 2017.
2.Participated in the Online Weninar entitled “Post-colonial… Postcolonial” organized by the Department of English, Ananda Chandra College in collaboration with IQAC , Ananda Chandra College, 2021.
B.WORKSHOP:
1.Attended “A Workshop on Joseph Conrad” with Prof. Jakob Lothe, University of Oslo, Norway, organized by Department of English, North Bengal St. Xavier’s College, 2018.

KEY SKILLS:

Communicative Skills

AREA OF INTEREST:

Postcolonial Literature, Feminine Literature, Ecocritical Readings

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