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Dr Sheeba V. Rajan

Dr Sheeba V. Rajan

Assistant Professor

Sheeba V. Rajan joined as an Assistant Professor on December 6, 2012. She completed her Masters in English Language and Literature from Fatima Mata National College, Kollam and obtained Ph.D. from University of Kerala. She has presented papers in national seminars and published research articles in refereed national and international
journals of repute.

She serves as an Editorial Board member of National and International Journals. She is the member of English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI) and International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL). Her research interests include British Raj fiction, Ecocriticism, Postcolonial Studies and Women’s Studies.

Posts held

● Co-ordinator of Tourism Club (2013-14)
● Sub Editor of the college magazine (2013-14)
● General Co-ordinator of Internal Assessment and Continuous Evaluation (2013-14,
● Co-ordinator of Debate Club (2014-15)
● Staff Association Secretary (2015-16)
● Co-ordinator of Reader’s Writer’s Club (2016-17)
● Chief Editor of College News Letter (2016-17)
● College Union Advisor (2017-18)
● Mentor of Walk with a Scholar (2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21)
● Member of Admission Committee (2019-20)
● Member and Internal auditor of ISO Certification Committee (2019-20, 2020-21)
● Staff Editor of College Magazine (2019-20)
● Member of Monitoring Cell (2019-20, 2020-21)

● Member of Research Promotion Council (2020-21)
● Member of Placement Cell (2020-21)


1. “Nightrunners of Bengal: A Discourse on Narrativising History and Romanticising
Imperialism”, Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. III/XVII
(March-April 2015) PP 3033-3039, ISSN-2278-8808. Impact Factor: 4.889
2.  “Cross-Cultural Encounter: Multicultural Perspectives in Jhabvala’s Heat and Dust”,
International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, Vol. III, Issue
II, (April 2015) PP 481-487, ISSN 2321-7065. Impact Factor: 4.287
3.  “Bryda: An Empowered of the British Raj”, International Journal of English Research, Volume 2, Issue 4, (July 2016) PP 1-2, ISSN 2455-2186. Impact Factor: 5.32
4. “In the Midst of Mutiny: Affect Relations in NightRunners of Bengal”, Quest International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Volume 7, Issue 2, (February 2018) PP 16-21, ISSN 2278-44978. Impact Factor: 6.89

5.  Published a chapter titled “Lilamani as Sita: Idolisation of Indian Womanhood” in Divergences, Horizon Books: A Division of Ignited Minds, Edutech Private Limited, ISBN: 978-93-86369-86-4.