Academic Year 2021-2022  

  • Title :- Novel Corona Virus and Changing Lifestyle: Mainland India
    Paper:- presented and published
    Level :- international

    By: mr. krishnan ramchandran
    Organizer :- M.B.Harris College of Arts & A.E. Kalsekar College of Commerce and Management in collaboration with Department of Commerce, University of Mumbai and Rizvi College of Arts Science and Commerce
    Venue :- Google Meet
    Date: 19/02/2022

    The Novel Coronavirus has devastated every nation in it’s own way and has created numerous impacts on people’s way of life. Life was quite informal, carefree and touchy prior to the pandemic which has taken a major diversion in the present day scenario. It can be well observed that the nation is getting sensitised towards hygiene, finances, gestures, medical care, consumption and technological dependence. Considering the growing impactful changes and challenges in contemporary society, the study has aimed to understand the impact of the pandemic among the Indian masses with respect to the way of living, behaviour and performance. The study has exclusively relied on primary data obtained from individuals across India allowing the authors to discover changes with respect to hygiene measures, fear, preparedness, gesture, consumption habits, managing finances & payments and technological adaptation. The study conducted during the event of pandemic has thrown light on the changes caused by a catastrophe, thereby gauging the ability and preparedness of individuals to embrace it. Though COVID19 has been in existence for over a year, what matters is mental, physical, medical and financial preparedness among the masses which the study has attempted to highlight. Obtaining long and psychological data during difficult times has been pragmatic but it shall surely help the society to understand, accept and embrace changes for good.

  • Title :- Mass Displacements and Ecological Crises in Gun Island A spatial Reading
    Paper:- presented and published
    Level :- national

    By: mrs. vidya hariharan
    Organizer :- Khare-Dhere Bhosle College, Ratnagiri
    Venue :- Online
    Date: 15/02/2022

    Postmodern anxieties are exacerbated by ecological crises all over the world. What had once been stable boundaries like national borders or environmental indicators have been destabilized by climate change. Mass displacements, human and non-human, are a direct result of these catastrophic changes. Cartographic practices, with their claim to be transparent and objective further alienate man from his natural surroundings. Literature has always attempted to give a form to the human world. Novels, poems and stories are narratives to map our spatial, social and natural spaces. Westphal’s geo-critical approach taken in conjunction with an eco-aesthetic approach to Amitav Ghosh’s novels of climate change, rapid exodus, threatened livelihoods, mysterious possessions, mammalian and reptilian distress, set in the Sunderbans in West Bengal, will be the focus of this paper. Ghosh captures the natural beauty of the Sunderbans and more importantly its complicated relations to human agency in his novels of climate change: Gun Island and The Hungry Tide.

  • Title :- Pedagogy and Content for Language Teaching in Higher Education Institutions
    Paper:- presented
    Level :- international

    By: dr. lakshmi muthukumar
    Organizer :- English Language Teachers Association of India ELTAI
    Venue :- Online
    Date: 28/12/2021

    A paper presented at the 15th International and 51st Annual Conference of ELTAI, a two weekend virtual conference held on 20-21 and 27-28 November, 2021 hosted by GLA University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, Pillai College of Engineering, New Panvel, Maharashtra, Holy Cross College (Autonomous), Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, and Uttaranchal University, Dehradun. Conference Chair Conference Convenor President EL