N Sheik Hameed | Crescent Education
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N Sheik Hameed

Designation : Assistant Professor
Nature of Employment : Regular
Qualification : M.A.,M.Phil.,TNSET, Ph.D,
Phone : +919842813435
Email ID : sheik.eng@crescent.education

Teaching

Educational Background

Course Year Institution Class
PhD in English 2015 to 2017 Annamalai University Awarded Nov -2018
TNSET 2017 Mother Teresa University Qualified
M.Phil in English 2011 to 2012 Annamalai University A+
M.A in English 2009 to 2011 Jamal Mohamed College A+
B.Ed 2008 to 2009 Durai college of Education 1st class with Distinction
B.A in English 2004 to 2007 Jamal Mohamed College B
PGDELT 2013 to 2014 Annamalai University B

Work Experience

Designation Institution Duration No. of Years
Asst. Professor B.S. Abdur Rahman Institute of Science & Technology Till date
Asst. Professor Sri Akilandeswari Women’s college, Vandavasi

Areas of Specialization

  • British Literature
  • American Literature
  • Language Teaching
  • Soft Skills

Research

Publications

  • Vision of Reality in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse (DJ Journal of English Language and Literature December, 2016)
  • Clarissa Dalloway’s Introspection in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway( Notions Journal June, 2016)
  • Feminist Anxieties in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own (Bodhi, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Science, 2018)
  • Maturity And Transformation After Marriage In Virginia Woolf’s Night And Day (Review of Research 2019, volume – 8 issue – 9 June – 2019, UGC approved Journal No. 48514)
  • The Stream of Consciousness in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Study (2019 JETIR June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 6, UGC approved Journal No.. 63975)

Papers Presented and published

  • Refining Gender and Environmental Ethics: A Discourse on Green Literature sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) (3rd and 4th March 2016)
  • An Illustration of Ethnic Struggle in Ngozi Adichie’s Novel Half of a Yellow Sun (Under the Aegis of UGC – XII Plan General Development Assistance) 20 and 21st October 2016
  • Virginia Woolf’s Dalloway: A study of Mental Illness and Manic-Depressive illness. (Presented and Published Paper in two days International Conference on Perspectives of Language , Literature and Theory (2015) held in Sri Akilandeswari Women’s College)
  • Modernity and tradition in Githa Methta’s Snakes and Ladders. (Presented and Published Paper in two days National Conference on Resent Trends and Themes in Indian English Literature (2015) held in Sri Akilandeswari Women’s College)
  • A study of Eco Feminism In Toni Morrison’s Novel: The Bluest Eye and Sula (Presented and Published Paper in two days National Conference on Afro-American Literature (2015) held in Shanmuga Industries Arts and Science College)
  • The Concept of Dalitism in Rointon Mistry’s A Fine Balance (Presented and Published Paper in two days National Conference on Emerging Trends in Indian English Literature (2015) held in Bon Secours College for Women)
  • A Study of Alice Walker’s The Color Purple (Presented and Published Paper in two days National Conference on Women’s and Culture: The War Within and Without (2014) held in Navarasam Arts and Science College for Women)

Workshop

  • Professional Enhancement Training (PET) Programme Organized by Lions International Training Institute (LITI) Yellagiri (30. 06. 2012 and 01.07.2012)
  • Language Teachers and Human Rights Sensitization (Under the Aegis of UGC – XII Plan General Development Assistance) in Annamalai University (2017)

Training Programs

  • National Service Scheme Empanelled Training Institution (ETI) for Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India. Madras School of Social Work. (14.11.2011 to 19.11.2011)