Dr. Dhananjoy Brahma

1. Personal Profile:

1NameDr. Dhananjoy Brahma
2DesignationAssociate Professor
5Contact No.9957394435
6Email IDdhananjaybrahma@gmail.com
7QualificationM.A, B.Ed., M.Phil, Ph.D. (NET,SLET)
8Area of SpecialisationAmerican Literature

2. Participation in academic conference/Seminars/Webinar/Convention:

Sl. No.DateTopic/ThemePlace/OrganiserState/National/International
118/8/ 2020Teaching & Learning in Digital eraGovt.College of Teacher Education National webinar
2                       10/07/2021Covid 19: IPV(Intimate partner violence)Department of History in collaboration With IQAC of Bengtol CollegeNational Webiner
315/07/2021The Pandemic and its impact on moral thinking and reflective decision making Organised by Department of Philosophy collaboration with IQAC, Bengtol College BengtolNational webinar
424/07/2021“Intellectual Property Rights with special emphasis on copyright and plagiarism”Organised by Department of English in collaboration with IQAC, Bengtol College BengtolNational webinar

3. Presentation in Seminars:

Sl. No.DateTopicSeminar theme    Institution/OrganiserState/National/International
13rd &4th November 2022Literature and environmental issues: A study of select of Bodo literaturesEnvironmental sustainability and conservation: issues and challengesOrganised by – IQAC in colloboration with department of Environmental studies, Bongaigaon CollegeInternational Seminar
226th November 2022The roles of Bodo women towards the improvement of socio-economic conditions of their families: A study with special reference to Chirang districtRepresentation of women and discourses on women’s rightsOrganised by: Centre for women studies, Bodoland University & Deptt. of English, Bengtol CollegeNational Seminar
314th September 2022The impact of pandemic on Teaching and Learning at Chirang District of AssamConsequences of pandemic on socio-economic and educational  affairs of Northeast IndiaOrganised by IQAC in collaboration with deptt. of Education & Political science, Fakiragram CollegeNational Seminar
43rd & 4th July 2021Mwihur: A narrative of Bodo identity, demography and displacement (joint paper)Literature in English:other voicesOrganised by Department of English, Bijni College, BijniInternational webinar
528th February& 1st marchModernist elements in the selected short stories of Nil Kamal Brahma: A critical studyNegotiang modernism and postmodernism in the writings of Nilkamal BrahmaOrganised by BDTA, deptt. of Bodo, Bodoland University and deptt. of Bodo, Bengtol CollegeNational Seminar
6February 2020Representation of nationalism in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines: A critical study.Re-configuring Nationalism:p Protest and AcquiescenceOrganisers: Deptt. of Humanities and Social Science,CIT, Kokrajhar and deptt. of English, Bodoland University, KokrajharInternational Seminar
7January 2020 The Environmental poetics: A study environmental concerns in selected contemporary Bodo poetry.Re-configuring Indian culture and scientific temperament in 21st centuryOrganised by : Deptt. of Humanities and Social Science,CIT, Kokrajhar and deptt. of English, Bodoland University, KokrajharNational seminar
828th &29th september 2019Manaranjan Lahary as a Romantic poetLife and works of Manaranjan LaharyBDTA in association with Deptt.of Folklore Research,GU and IQAC, Barama College, 28th &29th Sept.2019 National seminar
9October 2018Bidyasagar Narzary’s Birgwshrini Thungri: A new-historicist apporachHistorical Bodo NovelBodo Department Teachers’ Association and Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with Kokrajhar Govt. college National seminars
1026th &27th March 2018Contribution of Rev. Sidney Endle towards the emancipation  of the Bodos: An analysisContribution of British administrators and Christian Missionaries towards the development of Bodo language, literature and cultureBodo Sahitya Sabha, CIIL, Mysuru and CIT, KokrajharInternational seminar

4. Orientation/Refresher course/FDP/Short Term Course attended:

Sl. No.DateHRDC/InstitutionTheme/Topic/Subject
121st  February 202327th February 2023ICT Academy Digital Teaching Techniques
201/08/202214/08/2021 Teaching Learning Centre , Ramanujan College university of DelhiRe-energising Research: Interdisciplinary and Trans-cultural approach to Indian Literature
313/01/202017/01/2020Organized by Electronics &ICT Academies at MNIT Jaipur, NIT Patna, IITDM Jabalpur and IIT GuwahatiOne-week Faculty Development Programme on “ICT Tools for Teaching, Learning process and Institutes”
426/07/202101/08/2021Organized by Deptt of Languages, Manipal University in collaboration with Indian society for the promotion of English Language & Literature.A Seven – day FDP on “Critical theories and their pedagogical adequacy in the Humanities
5            20/09/2021  25/09/2021Organised by E&ICT Academy IIT Guwahati in association with Bengtol College and support from Skill Gym.)One week online faculty development programme on “Challenges of higher education in 21st century”

5.Publications of Articles/Chapters in Books with ISBN:

Sl. No.Title of the BookEditor/AuthorTitle of the article/ chapterPublisherYear of PublicationISBN  
1Traditional systems of  Bodo Community: Change and ContinuityEditorial team, VKIC,GuwahatiFood Habits of the Bodos: A studyVivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture, Guwahati 20182018ISBN:978-93-83079-25-4  
2Issues and Challenges of North-east India: A multidisciplinary perspectiveAnita Basumatary & Dr Dhananjoy BrahmaSocio-cultural significance of Bodo folk songs  Publication Cell, Bengtol College ,Bengtol,2019ISBN: 978-81929915-2-8  
3Literature in English: Other voicesSaroj Kumar Pasayat et.alThe voice of the Marginal: A study of the problems of contemporary Bodo society as depicted in Dharanidhar Owary’s Novel Mwihur (The Hunt) Publication Cell, Bijni College, Bijni 2022ISBN: 978-81-951163-6-2
4GwswKangthini RegaAnita Basumatary & Dr. Dhananjoy BrahmaThe role of higher educational institution in bringing positive social change: A case study of Bengtol CollegePublication Cell, Bengtol College                2022ISBN: 978-81-929915-9-7
5Globalization to Glocalization: A multidisciplinary perspectiveRustom BrahmaSome ideas on strategies for glocalization of literature with special reference to Bodo literatureAkansha Publishing House, New Delhi2015ISBN978-818370-421-2
6Development and Empowerment of womenDr. S. AkhileshThe role of NGOs in women empowerment: A case study of ‘the ant’Gayatri Publications, Rewa, MP2016ISBN:978-81-81-87364-71-9

6.Publications of Articles in Journals with ISSN:

Sl. No.Title of the JournalEditorTitle of the articlePublisherYear of PublicationISSN  
1International journal of ELT, Linguistic and Comparative LiteratureDr M.Suresh Kumar, et.alEcological consciousness in English and Bodo Romantic poetry: An Analysis, JournalKY Publications, Guntur,AP  2018ISSN: 2455-0302  
2Journal of Interdisciplinary Cycle ResearchDr R.Rezwana Begum,et.alPoetry and Environment: An eco-critical reading of select contemporary Bodo poetry  JICR  2021  ISSN: 0022-1954
3Research Journal of Social and Life sciences  Prof. Braj Gopal, et.alGurudev Kalicharan Brahma: A study of his  his contribution towards uplifting the Bodos of AssamGayatri Publications, Rewa, MP2013ISSN: 0973-3914

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