Name : Dr. Kavita Dubey
Designation : Associate Professor and Head
Dept. of English
College : F.G.P.G. College, Rae Bareli (U.P.)
Qualification : M.A., D.Phill. (Allahabad University)
Programme and Courses Attended:
1. Orientation Programme from May 1 to May 29, 2001 at Lucknow University.
2. Refresher Course form 3 Oct. to 23 Oct, 2001 at University of Lucknow.
3. Refresher Course 9 Feb. to March 2, 2001.
Seminars, Conferences Organized
1. Coordinator 49th All India Conference Organized at F.G College Raebareli.
National Conferences/ Seminars attended and papers presented
National Conferences/ Seminars
Title of papers
1. Annual Conference, Dec. 29 & 30, 1997, University of Allahabad.
2. 49th All India English Teacher’s Conference (P.G. College, Rae Bareli) 28, 29 Jan., 2005.
3. 50th All India English Teachers’ Conference University of Lucknow, 13, 16 Jan., 2006.
4. Seminar on Literature and Identity, Feb., 16, 2008.
5. National Seminar on SAARC Literatures in English, 2009.
6. Inter Disciplinary National Seminar Future of the Modern civilization – 2010.
7. National Seminar on Globalization, Media and Women, 2010.
8. National Seminar Dalit Literature Post Trends and Present Concerns, 2010.
9. National Conference on Indian Renaissance in Raja Ram Mohan Roy’s Era: A Synthesis with Current Trends, 2011.
10. National Seminar on Human Rights: Issues and Multidimensions, 2011.
11. National Seminar on Human Rights, March, 2013.
12. Special Training Programme of Academic Counselors by IGNOU, New Delhi, 2013.
13. National Seminar on Role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) In Social Sciences, February, 2014.
14. National Seminar on Environmental Pollution and Its Impact on Modern Society 24 ,25
Woman in Nayantara Sahgal’s Novels.
A Feministic Voice in Silence:
An Exploration of Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence.
Midnight’s Children as a saga novel.
Quest for Self in Shashi Deshpande’s Novels.
Nayantara Sahgal’s A Situation in New Delhi: An Analysis.
Future of Modern Civilization.
Participation of Women in the Development of society.
Mulk Raj Anand’s Fiction: A Literature of Protest.
Women Empowerment: Redefining Agenda.
Social Oppression Exposed in Untouchable of Mulkraj Anand.
Issues of Gender and Discrimination of Women in Society.
Role of Communication Technology in Classroom Teaching.
Eco Criticism and Feminist Approach in Anita Desai’s Cry the Peacock
International Conferences attended and presented papers:
1. Second World Conference and All India English Teachers’ Conference 30 & 31, 2004.
2. International Conference on Post Colonial Literatures and the
3. International Seminar on Mother in Indian culture, 15 16,Feb 2015
4.Three Day International Conference
on English Studies and Shakespeare:
A Glocal Perspective,7-9,2015
Tradition and Modernity in the Fiction of Nayantara Sahgal.
V.S Naipaul’s A House for Mr. Biswas:A
Mother Child Relationship in ShashiDesh Pande a Matter of Time
King Lear Text and the Indian Context
Books Published: Power Politics and Women Empowerment in
The Novels of Nayantara Sahgal:A critical Assesment, Sarup Book Publishers New
1. Mid Night’s Children is a Saga of Lost Identity, Journal, The Expression Oct. 2008.
2. Modern Concept of Marriage in Gods Graves and Grand Mother of Namita Gokhale, 2010, Unheard Melody.
3. Portrayal of Women in Namita Gokhale’s Paro Book – English Lit. of The East and the West 2011, Sarup Book Pub.
4. A House for Mr. Biswas: A Self Revelation, 2011, Research Journal of Art, Management and Social Sciences.
5. A Feministic Voice in Silence: An Exploration in Shashi Deshpande’s That long Silence, 2014 , Aesthetics in English Literature, Yking Book, Jaipur
1. Archana Singh 2008
2. Kirti Bajpai 2012
3. Vandana Srivastava 2013
4. Rekha Verma 2014
5. Sadhana Tiwari 2014
Name of Research Scholar Topic
Khare Conflict between Tradition and Modernity
in the Early Novels of Ruth Prawar
Bala Human Predicament in the Novels of
Srivastava Feminist Consciousness in Contemporary
Indian English women Novelists with
Special Reference to Manju Kapoor, Geeta
Hariharan, Namita Gokhle.