Management Institute

Dr. Monali Chatterjee

Dr. Monali Chatterjee


Total Experience 16 Year
Educational Qualification MA, PhD
Research Area American Literature, Indian Literature, English Literature, Language Teaching, Higher Education
General information
Designation Assistant Professor
Office Phone 07930642142
Cabin No IMNU - Faculty Wing B
Email monali.chatterjee@nirmauni.ac.in

Dr. Monali Chatterjee is keenly interested in Communication Studies. She has taught Communication Skills for various professional courses and has experience of over twelve years in academics, teaching English Language and Literature in various colleges throughout Gujarat. She has also taught ESOL (English for speakers of Other Languages) at Merton Adult Education College. She has had a long-term involvement with Indian Renaissance Literature. Her doctoral thesis was on Women in Indian fiction. An ardent lover of music, dance and drama, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Dance (Bharatnatyam).
As a prolific writer, avid yet random reader and enthusiastic facilitator her teaching methods are founded upon the doctrine that the analysis of creative and critical works elevates the mind, and in so doing, refines critical and creative thinking abilities and communication skills. For her the art of teaching and learning is an extremely creative pursuit offering infinite possibilities. She has been profoundly concerned with issues and challenges in Higher Education and Language Teaching and has attempted extensive research in the same. She is also interested in American Literature, Indian Literature and English Literature. She is a seasoned corporate trainer at some of the most reputed institutes of the city. She has presented papers at national and international conferences and has several articles of research publications to her credit.


Current Activities : Teaching, Reading, Researching
Experience
Teaching 15 Year 9 Month
Industry 6 Month
Contact
Website -
Blog https://hm101mc.wordpress.com/author/hm101mc/
Membership ISTE, Institute for Learning (IFL), GUETA, SUETA

Specialization
Specialization Areas Indian English Literature, American Literature, Higher Education, Culture Studies, English Literature and Language Teaching
Subject Taught UG Communication Skills, Technical Writing, English Literature, English Language, Logic and Critical Thinking
Subject Taught PG Communication Skills

Hobbies
Reading, Writing, Travelling, Compering for events, Learning new languages, Listening to Music, nature photography, still life sketching, watching movies, cooking

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Achievements


TitleDescriptionAchieved On
Certificate of Honour Awarded a Certificate of Honour for International Journal Publications on ITNU Foundation Day October 2014
Certificate of Honour Awarded a Certificate of Honour for Journal Publications on ITNU Foundation Day October 2013

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Experience


Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Publication


 

Book Chapter

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
The Delineation of the Female Subject in Rabindranath Tagore’s Novel Farewell, My Friend 978-81-322-2038-1Springer-Scientific Publishing Services72015
Characterization of Women and Post-Feminist Perspectives on Jhumpa Lahiri’s Short Story “The Third and Final Continent” 978-81-8435-378-5New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers and Distributors. 2012
A Balanced Vision of Social Imbalances in India: An Analysis of Bankimchandra’s Essay Samya (Equality) 978-93-80145-96-9Books Way 2011
Inter-Cultural Communication 978-81-7625-755-8Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd. 2011

Case Study

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Magic Films: The Case of an Indian Start-up 2045-0621Emerald Insight: Emerging Markets Cases Studies Collection22012

International Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
“Imparting Communication Skills in Technical Courses: A Paradigm Shift” 978-1-4799-0727-4IEEE Explore 2014
Bakhtin and the Implications of Social Discourse  CUG and FCT 2013
Readiness is All: Preparing Students’ for Placement Processes  International Conference on ELT on ‘Bridging the Gap through English: Education, Equity, Empowerment 2012
Teaching Business Communication in B-Schools Using ICT  Hi-Tech, Low-Tech, No-Tech: learning Technologies in Practice by The British Council, IndiaCALL 2012
Readiness is All: Preparing Students’ for Placement Processes  International Conference on ELT on ‘Bridging the Gap through English: Education, Equity, Empowerment 2012

International Journal

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
A Critical Reading of Mahesh Dattani’s Play Where There’s a Will 2394-0131Gnosis Yking12014
Role of Communication Strategies in Cause Marketing Initiatives 2249-555XIndian Journal of Applied Research42014
Teaching Business Communication in B-Schools Using ICT 2308-4847CALL Review: IATEFL LTSIG (Learning Technologies Special Interest Group) 2013
Communicative English Courses 2320-3684Education and Development, JJTU12013
Inside Out: An Interpretation of The Home and the World by Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray 1725 2278 876XACJELL22013
Teaching Oral Skills of English Language in an Andragogic Class of UG and PG Students 2277-3967New Academia. Journal of English Language, Literature and Literary Theory 2013
The Delineation of the Female Subject in Rabindranath Tagore’s Novel Farewell, My Friend 0971-4731Special Number: Punctuated Renewals Rabindranath Tagore in the 21st Century” Journal of Contemporary342011
Imparting Communication Skills in Technical Courses: A Paradigm Shift 978-1-4799-0727-4IEEE Explore  

National Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Translating Across Cultures  Interdisciplinary Approaches to Knowledge 2014
Teaching E-mail Writing as a Part of Communication Skills to PG and UG Students  English Language Teaching: Methods and Practices 2013
Teaching Technical Communication Skills Through the Use of ICT  Enhancing Teaching/Learning Through Multimedia and Web 2.0 Technology 2013
The Role of Communication Strategies in Cause Marketing Initiatives  Managing for Tomorrow—Issues and Challenges’ 2012
Teaching Oral Skills of English Language in an Andragogic Class of UG and PG Students  Phoenix Convention of Gujarat University English Teachers’ Association (GUETA) 2012
Inside Out: An Interpretation of The Home and the World by Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray  Indian English Literature into Film: Journey of Indian Cinema 2012
Refining Speaking and Listening Skills of English Language of UG and PG Students in Professional Courses  Challenging Challenges: Towards Quality Higher Education 2012
Teaching Communication Skills in Technical Education  Emerging Area in English Studies 2012
An Evaluation of Selected Intercultural Communication Practices in Relation to Business Organizations  Developments in Communication 2011
A Study of Rajmohan’s Wife as an Indian Classical Text in English  Revisiting the Classics: Texts, Contexts and (Re) Interpretation 2011
Literary and Non-Literary forms in the 19th century Indian Literature with reference to English, Gujarati and Hindi Literature  DECLS, SU 2004
Mirroring the Blues of the Imperial Society: A Short Study of Dinabandhu Mitra’s play Neel Darpan  Discourse of Resistance in the Colonial Period with reference to English, Gujarati and Hindi Literat 2004
Patterns of Thematic Construction in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Collection of Short Stories Interpreter of Maladies  Contemporary English Creative and Critical Discourses, SUETA 2003
Contemporary Theatrical Devices in Indian Drama  University of Pune, Pune 2002
Expressionism in Modern Drama  University of Pune, Pune 2002
The Uses and Abuses of Translation  University of Pune, Pune 2001
A Balanced Vision of Social Imbalances in India: An Analysis of Bankimchandra’s Essay Samya (Equality)  Rethinking India: Voices and Vision during the Indian Renaissance  

National Journal

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Rajmohan’s Wife as a Classical Text in Indian English Literature 0975-637HVNSGU32012
Text-History-Text: A Study of a few Literary Histories of Indian Literature as Texts  Rethinking Literary Historiography in India with reference to Gujarati, Hindi and English Literature 2006

Research Paper

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Refining Speaking and Listening Skills of English Language of UG and PG Students in Professional Courses 978-93-5087-900-9Waymade College of Education, Vallabh Vidyanagar 2013

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Qualification


QualificationSpecializationUniversityPassing Year%Class
Ph.D. Indian English Literature Saurashtra University 2011   
M.A. American Literature, ELLT Pune University 2002   
B.A English Literature Gujarat University 2000   

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Activity


Activity TypeActivity TitlePlaceDateFaculty Role
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Research Orientation Programme Ahmedabad15/12/2014Participant
Symposium Technology in ELT Anand19/11/2014Participant
In-House Training Programme STTP on Thinking About Thinking Ahmedabad30/06/2014Participant
National Conference Interdisciplinary Approaches to Knowledge PDPU, Ahmedabad03/04/2014Participant
International Conference NUICONe ITNU Ahmedabad28/11/2013Paper Reader
Symposium News Writing (Commercial Communication) Ahmedabad12/03/2013Participant
Symposium Aakash for Education Ahmedabad30/11/2012Participant
National Workshop Gender Inclusivity Ahmedabad05/01/2012Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Internet Learning and Google Apps Ahmedabad05/06/2011Participant
Symposium How to Write an Effective Case Ahmedabad05/01/2011Participant
Symposium Web Resources Ahmedabad03/01/2011Participant
Other Non-technical Events Advanced Yesplus Ahmedabad24/12/2010Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Experiential Learning Ahmedabad24/12/2010Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Case Method of Teaching and Learning Ahmedabad11/12/2010Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Experiential Learning Ahmedabad24/09/2010Participant
National Workshop Creative-writing Pune04/10/2000Participant
In-House Training Programme Speakers’ Forum Ahmedabad04/10/2000Participant
Expert/Guest Lecture Pedagogy Session on Communicating Effectively with Students Ahmedabad Speaker

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - Project Guided


Project TitleDescriptionDuration
Dissertation Project An elaborate project on ELT through the use of enhanced and advanced ICT for UG students in Gujarat

Dr. Monali Chatterjee - PhD Students