Abdul Salam. C

Mr. Abdul Salam C joined the Department of English as an Assistant Professor in 2015. He has completed his Post Graduation from Dravidian University, Andhra Pradesh, with a second rank and has done a Post Graduate Diploma in English Language Teaching (PGDELT). He has to his credit publications in various national and international journals. He has been acting as the coordinator of the Additional Skill Acquisition Programme (ASAP) of the college unit since 2017. His areas of interest include Literature and Ecology, Poetry Studies, Theater and ELT.

Educational qualification
  1. M.A
  • English Language and Literature
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  • Non Academic positions: 

    1. Assistant Coordinator, Add-on Course, PSMO College, 2015-16
    2. Assistant Cordinator , Newsletter, PSMO College, 2015-16


  • Date of Entry in Service: 08 – 10 – 2015
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  • Publications(Journal, Proceedings, Books/Chapter in books,Articles, Any other):

      1. Co-authored ‘English 1’( ISBN 978-938O831-X-X) of SDCE, Daravidian University, Andhra Pradhesh
      2. ‘Reflections on the Foibles of Indian Education System in Chetan’s Five Point Someone’ in Reflections of English Language and Literature ( ISBN978-93-5235-539-6) published by ELT@I, Tirupati

        1. ‘Revolt, Freedom and Passion : an Existential Revisit to the Legend of Naranathu Bhranthan’ in IJAR (Volume 3 Number 1 December 2013, ISBN 2278-7275 )
        2. ‘Redefining Evaluation in line with Changes in ELT Scenario’ in IJAR (Volume 5 Issue 1 February 2015, ISBN 2278-7275)
        3. ‘Ecoconsciousness in Kiran Desai’s Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard’ in The Philosopher (Volume 1 Number 3 January June 2015, ISBN 2319-8311)
        4. ‘Reading Subaltern Histories in Literature with Reference to Selected Works of Vaikom Muhammad Basheer’ in IJIRAS (Volume 2 Issue 4 April 2015, ISSN 2394-4404)



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