Ms. Indu Rani
She is currently pursuing Ph.D. in English from Central University of Haryana. She has been engaged in teaching and research for the past six years. Her areas of interest include Personality Psychology, Indian Writing in English and Professional Communication. She is always up for interdisciplinary teaching and research, and her current doctoral research is also inter-disciplinary. Her Ph.D. research work is an amalgamation of Literature and Psychology. She regularly publishes papers in reputed journals and presents research papers in national/international conferences.
She teaches English Literature to the Under-graduate and Post-graduate students of the University. Apart from mentoring and engaging the students in the classrooms, she also motivates her students to participate in events. She has also been a part of the Curriculum development of a number of courses of the University.
She has hands on experience in organizing events, lectures and workshops. She is a dedicated academician and a competent event coordinator. She is also the coordinator of the ‘English Literary Society- Rhetorica’ of the University. The society has conducted several successful events in the past.
Indu Rani, Radical Behaviouristic Interpretation of Rusty’s Character in the Selected Novels of Ruskin Bond, International Refereed Journal “Yugshilpi”, ISSN: 0975-4644, Vol.8 Issue 18, 2014
Indu Rani, Environmental Influence on the Childhood Development of Ruskin Bond’s Rusty, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities (IJELLH), ISSN: 2321-7065, Vol. III Issue V, 2015
Indu Rani, Depiction of Amir’s Childhood in The Kite Runner, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR), (ISSN: 2395-2628 (Print) ISSN: 2349-9451 (Online), Vol.2 Issue 3, 2015