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rasajna@cambridge.edu.in

Dr. S V Rasajna

Assistant Professor

Department of Basic Sciences

Research Area

Bio

Prof. Rasajna, is Assistant Professor in the department of Basic Sciences handling Learning & Development Classes (L&D) for first year students at Cambridge Institute of Technology.

Prof. Rasajna, obtained her M.Phil degree in English from Andhra University in 2003. She has rich teaching experience of 24 years. 

She has organized various workshops and delivered many guest lectures on various aspects of communication.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D. Andhra University
  • M.Phil, Andhra University, 2003
  • M.A. (English), Andhra University, 1996
  • B.A.(History, Politics, English), Andhra University, 1994.

Awards and Honors

  • Received Certificate of Merit (1994) for Graduation from V.M.C Mahila Vidyapeeth , Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Awarded Pinnamaneni Varalakshmi Gold Medal (1995) at Graduation level by Andhra University.
  • Awarded First rank (1997) for outstanding performance at Post Graduation level by Andhra University.

Webinars

Organized

  • Conducted workshop in Feb. 2005 on “Importance of Communication” in MOP Vaishnav College, Nungambakkam, Chennai.
  • Conducted workshop in June 2005 on “Interviews” in Periyar Govt. Engineering College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu.
  • Conducted workshop on “Power of communication to face the challenges and expectations of the corporate world” on 27th July 2005 in New College Institute of Management, Royapettah, Chennai.
  • Conducted two day workshop on “Teaching Poetry” to Andhra Pradesh Govt. School teachers in Se. 2001 in Paderu, Andhra Pradesh.

Attended

  • Presented a paper on “BEING BLACK IN A WHITE ENVIRONMENT: A SIGNIFICANT STUDY OF THE LITERARY EXPOSITION OF JOAN RILEY”, in a multidisciplinary National Seminar on “Travails of Uprootment: A tribute to refugees, exiles and diasporic communities” (sponsored by UGC) conducted by MSM College, Kayamkulam, Kerala from July 29-31, 2015.
  • Published a research paper on “Story telling: As a powerful, influential and with deep rooted impressions from the Indigenous culture”, International Journal of English language and Literature & Humanities, Volume IV, Issue II, ISSN 2321-7065.
  • Published a research paper on “ A bird’s view of the carribean and black-british writing depicting the identity crisis of the emigrants caught in the web of rootlessness, in-between spaces, homelessness, acculturalization and dislocation” Research Journal of English Language and Literature, Volume- IV, Issue –IV, Oct, Dec 2016, ISSN: 2395-2636.
  • Published a research paper on “Understanding Ergodic Literature Through the Aesthetics of Hypertext”, International Journal of  English Language and Literature & Humanities, Volume VII, Issue III.