Dr. Jyoti Laxmi kashyap

Dr. Jyoti Laxmi kashyap

Assistant Professor - Senior Scale (DOJ - 13.06.2011, Regular)

 

BA Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana.

MA (English Literature & Language), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana.

PGD (Journalism & Mass Communication), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra; 1998

M. Phil (English Literature), Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa, Haryana.

Ph.D. Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar.

 

Area of Specialization:

Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice, Indian Poetics, Indian Writing in English, Literature in  Translation. 

 

Research & Publications:

Publication Details: Papers : (International Journals: 03)

 

Luxmi, Jyoti. “Woman’s Quest From Self Liberation to  Social Emancipation: A Study of The Assamese Fictional Biography Abhiyatri written By Nirupama Bargohain, trans. into Eglish BY Pradipto Borgoain” in Notions: The Journal of English Literature (ISSN: 0976-5247) , Vol.1 No1 March 2010 : pp

 

Luxmi, Jyoti. “A Study of a Wandering Soul in Shakuntala: The Play of Memory- A Review” in The Review Journal of Philosophy And Social Science, Vol. XXXV  Special Issue 2. September 2010: pp

 

Luxmi, Jyoti. “Transfer of Rasa as a Journey from Sense to Essence in Translation: A Study of Bani Basu’s The Enemy Within” in A Quarterly Journa Vedic Path, Vol. LXXXVII (No. 1&2). Jan- Mar, Apr- June 2013. ISSN NO. 0970-1443. (ISSN 0970-1443), Vol LXXXVII (No 1 & 2) April-June 2013, pp.143-156.

 

Jyoti Laxmi Kashyap & PLL Annapurna. “Menifestation of Figures of Rhetoric in the Advertisements of Travel & Tourism Industry”. A Bi-Monthly Refereed And Indexed Open Acccess Journal, The Criterian: An International Journal in English. October 2014, Vol. 5, Issue 5. ISSN NO: 0976-8165.

 

Edited Book: (National):

 

Paper in An Edited Book entitled, Contemporary Literature in English by South Asian Writers, “Of Liberation of Soul and the Bondage of Body: Shakuntala’s Quest for Self in Namita Gokhle’s Shakuntata”. Prestige Books, New Delhi, Edition I by Dr.  Pooja Snghal. 2011. ISBN NO: 978-81-7487-727-7

 

For the Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture By Centre for Studies in Civilization. 

 

Project History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture (PHISPC). Chattopadhyaya D. P. ed. History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization. Arya Samaj and Vedic World View.

 

Prakash Ram & Jintender Ram Prakash. ed. Vol. VII. Part 12. 2016. ISBN NO: 978-81-87586-70-8.

 

 Papers Presented:  (National Conferences):

 

Presented paper entitled “Poetry of Exile: A Study of The Selected Poetry of A.K. Ramanujan” at the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Indian Writings in English-Native and Diasporic  organized by the Department of English, Manohar Memorial College, Fatehabad on January 24-5-25, 2008.

 

Presented paper entitled “Woman’s Crusade from Self-Liberation to Social Emancipation: A Study of Assamese Fictional Biography” at the UGC Sponsored  National Seminar on Feminist Perspectives in Indian English Novels Organised by the Department of English, CMK National PG Girls college Sirsa on September 19-20, 2008.

 

Presented paper entitled “A Woman’s Quest for Super Liberation in Shakuntala: The Play of Memory by Namita Gokhle”, in HEC Sponsored National Seminar cum Conference on Feminism in Indian Literature Organised by the Department of English, Guru Nanak Girls College, Santpura, Yamunanagar on 1-2 December  2010.

 

Presented paper entitled "Multimedia: An Innovative Way of Teaching Literature" at the UGC Sponsored National seminar Organised by the Gurunanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar on 1-2 March, 2011.

 

Presented paper entitled “Theory Of Rasa as a Journey from Sense to Essence in Translation: A Study of Bani Basu’s, “ The Enemy Within” in the UGC Sponsored National Seminar cum Conference on Indian Literature in Translation Organised by the Department of English, Guru Nanak Girls College, Santpura, Yamunanagar on 10-11 February,2012.

 

Presented paper entitled “Changing Rationale of Protest Voicing the Devoiced in Bani Basu’s, The Dark Afternoons” in the DGHE Sponsored Bilingual National Seminar Contemporary Indian Women Writing: Recreating World Through Word Organised by the Department of English and Hindi Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani, 24-25  February 2012.