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Dr. Tasneem Q. Khan

Education

Ph.D in English (Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi); M.Phil in English (Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur); M.A in English (Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur); B.Ed (Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur), UGC-NET

Biography

Dr. Tasneem Q Khan is Assistant Professor of English at Lloyd Law College. Dr. Khan completed her PhD from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Her thesis topic was “Dissident Narratives: the Complex World of Muslim Protagonist in Popular Hindi Cinema”. Prior to her PhD she completed her M.Phil in English B.Ed from Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur. She has been an enthusiastic student and secured second position in her M.Phil. Her M.Phil dissertation was titled “Partition Trauma in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candy Man and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines”. Dr. Khan has been associated with academics for the past over 12 years. She has the experience of teaching in the best colleges and universities in Delhi-NCR. Her connect with her students is reflected in their contact with her even after years of their leaving their student life. At Lloyd she has been since 2015 and is actively involved in the Debate Society, Film Club, and Personality Development Workshops. She is also Lloyd’s point of contact with the American Center Library, British Council, and many outside organizations which involve participation of students.

Vision

Dr. Tasneem Q. Khan believes that every student is an individual with her/his vision and a teacher’s approach must not be to rein them and guide but to help them harness their own path for which a teacher must only walk along with her students, helping them if they waver on their vision.

Experience

Dr. Khan began her career as an Asst.Prof. in July 2006 from the most prestigious institute of Jablpur, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur, a NAAC A+ institution. She further moved to Pune and then Delhi where she gained experience as a Copywriter in a reputed advertising agency and worked as an IELTS and TOEFL trainer with a much sought after institution respectively. Since August 2008 her journey as an Asstistant Professor has been with Lingaya’s University, Faridabad; Galgotias University, Greater Noida and it now is continuing with Lloyd Law College. She is also an approved Counsellor of IGNOU.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Faculty Coordinator – Asst. Director DebSoc
  • Faculty Coordinator of the Personality Development Cell
  • Faculty Coordinator of Lloyd’s Movie Club
  • Assistant Editor “LLOYDIANS” an international, bi-annual, peer-reviewed publication of Lloyd Law College having ISSN: 2394 - 899X, since 2020.

Papers Presented at International & National Conferences/ Seminars

  • Dissenting Portrayals: Nation and Plurality in Popular Hindi Cinema at XIV CLAI Biennial Conference on Studying South Asian Narratives through Pluralist and Dialogic Frames (March 2019) organized by held at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad
  • Comparing the idea of Nation in New York, Kurbaan and My Name is Khan at 5th JGU International Literary Conference (March 2019) held at OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat
  • International Humanitarian Laws in Popular Hindi Cinema at International Conference on International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws (March 2018)held at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
  • Idea of a Muslim in My Name is Khan at International Conference on Minority Discourses Across Cultures (February 2012) held at Central University of Rajasthan
  • Violence in Tendulkar’s Kamala and Kanyadaan at International Seminar on Theory at Work (November 2010) held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
  • Innovative Techniques in Teaching English Literature at National Workshop on Effective Role of Information Technology for Innovative Teaching in Higher Education (March 2007) held at St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
  • Gandhi and Today’s India with reference to Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candy Man at Inter College Seminar on Gandhi and Literature in English (October 2005) Department of English, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur

Research & Publications

  • International Humanitarian Laws in Popular Hindi Cinema published in Culture, Society and Law, Bi Annual Refereed UGC approved journal, Jan-June 2019 issue with ISSN 2348-1250
  • Partition Trauma in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines published in Lingaya’s Journal of Professional Studies with ISSN 0975-539X
  • Schemes for Employment Generation in Rural India published in Kurukshetra magazine issue of April 2020
  • Towards Digital and Financial Literacy published in Kurukshetra magazine issue of November 2019
  • Har Ghar Jal: A revolutionary mission to bring tap water to every Indian household (co-authored) published in Kurukshetra magazine issue of October 2020

Workshops and Courses attended

  • AICTE sponsored Short Term Course in Appreciating Linguistics: An Interdisciplinary Approach organized by Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and Biotechnology, IIT, Madras, 7th to 12th October, 2019
  • Film Appreciation Course at Film and Television Institute of India, (FTII), Pune, 3rd to 22nd June 2013
  • UGC Sponsored Interaction Program for PhD Scholars at UGC Academic Staff College, JMI, New Delhi, 23rd Dec.to 13th January, 2014
  • Workshop on Testing and Evaluation in English conducted by the Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in English, RDVV, Jabalpur, 12th to 14th Sept.2006
  • Workshop on Interpreting Literary Texts: New Approaches conducted by the Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in English, RDVV, Jabalpur, 29th and 30th Sept.2003

Membership

  • Life Time Member, Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (IACLALS)