Subha Chakraburtty is an Assistant Soft Skills Mentor at MSIT, at the JNTU Hyderabad campus. She teaches Placement Preparation Course and Advanced Interview Facing Skills.
What drives her to teach?
The idea is simple. "Love what you teach, and they will love it too!" Practising mindfulness, being empathetic and knowing one's content cold always translates to an engaging classroom session. The greatest joy is derived when a student juggles between dilemmas and potentials and eventually foregrounds the latter "to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield".
M.Phil, PhD. University of Hyderabad.
Masters in English Literature, University of Hyderabad.
Bachelors in English Literature, Bethune College, University of Calcutta.
The paper on "Espionage literature and Intersemiotic transference", which also happens to be one of the core areas in M.Phil is getting published shortly by the prestigious Sahitya Academy.
Other select publications include Perpetrator Narratives and Gender Discourses which are in print by reputed UGC CARE listed journals. Subha was awarded European Society for Young Research Travel Grant to present one of her Doctoral papers in the University of London in 2020 and she was also a research panelist in the International Conference on South Asian Languages and Literatures.