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  • 2007

    1. Srima Nandi,Role of Language Teachers in Developing Creativity among Engineering   

        Students,” 1st National Conference on “Creativity in Engineering Education in

        the Era of Globalization,” (CEE 2007), pp. 90-92, Feb.10-11, 2007, organized by

        Academy of Technology, West Bengal, India.

  • 2009

    2. Srima Nandi,Fuzzy English: Communication Strategy in the Indian Context”              

         1st International Conference on “Computer, Communication, Control, and Information 

         Technology,” (C3IT 2009), pp. 529-534, Feb 6-7, 2009, organized by Academy of  

         Technology, West Bengal, India.

  • 2010

    3. Srima Nandi, “English as a Lingua–Franca: It’s Role in Engineering Education in India,”    

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

       Proceedings of the 1st  National  Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century:  

      An urgent     Need of the Hour,” (E2NC-2010), pp. 70-72, April 3-4, 2010, organized by Sir JC  

      Bose School of Engineering (SKFGI), West Bengal, India. 

  • 2011

     

    4. Srima Nandi, “Glocal English: Communication Strategy in the New Century,” Proceedings of     the 2nd  National    Conference on “ Engineering Education in the New Century: An urgent      Need of the Hour,” (E2NC- 2011), pp. 100-104, Jan. 20-21, 2011, organized by Sir JC  Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West Bengal, India 

    5. Srima Nandi, “‘Bachelor-Society’ in a ‘Forgetful Nation’: Analyzing Maxine Hong     Kingston’s China Men,” UGC sponsored National Conference on “Different Americas”    Nov. 11-12, 2011, organized by Gour Mahavidyalaya, Malda, West Bengal, India, 

     

  • 2012

    6.  Srima Nandi, “English Fever in India: It’s Symptoms and Diagnosis,” Proceedings of the 1st    

       International Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century,” (E2NC-2012), pp. 

      191-195. Feb. 3-4, 2012, organized by Sir JC Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West   

       Bengal, India.

     

    7. Srima Nandi. “The American Nation and the Chinese Women: Re-reading Maxine Hong  

        Kingston’s The Woman Warrior,” Proceedings of the National level UGC Assisted DRS (SAP  

       –III)  Phase 11 Seminar on “Post Postcolonial: Theory and Texts,” pp.120-126,  Feb. 23-24, 

    2012, organized by Calcutta University, Kolkata, India. 

     

  • 2013

    8. Srima Nandi, “The Status of English in Indian Advertisement,” Proceedings of the 3rd 

       National Conference on “Engineering Education in the New Century” (E2NC-2013), pp.159-

      162, Feb.15-16, 2013, organized by Sir JC Bose School of Engineering, (SKFGI), West Bengal, 

      India.

     

    9.  Srima Nandi,“The Status of English in Indian Advertisement,” International Journal of

         Electronics & Communication Technology (IJECT) vol. 4, Issue-SPL- 1, English, pp. 159- 

        162, ISSN: 2230-9543 (Print), Feb. 15-16, 2013.  ISSN: 2230-7109 (Online) Cosmic Journals–   
         India. 



    10. 
    Srima Nandi, “African American Women as ‘Outsiders-Within’: Studying Toni Morrison’s

          The Bluest Eye, Banheek: An International Bilingual Journal, vol. 6, Issue 6, ISSN: 2277- 

          5455, pp.184- 195, May, 2013.


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    Srima Nandi, “The Concept of ‘Small’ in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things

         Banheek: An International Bilingual Journal, vol. 6, Issue 6, ISSN: 2277-5455, pp. 302-313,   

          May, 2013.

    12. Srima Nandi, “Chinese and Chinese American Women: Interpreting Silence and Resistance

        in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior,” Young Researchers’

        National Conference, Organized by Burdwan University, September, 2013.

       

  • 2014

    13. Srima Nandi, “‘Bachelor-Society’ in a ‘Forgetful Nation’: Analyzing Maxine Hong

          Kingston’s China Men,” Anthology on Different Americas: Resituating  

          American Identity in the Post 9/11 Third Worldian Classroom, pp.115-125, published by  

         Authors Press, New Delhi, April, 2014.

     

    14. Srima Nandi, “Chinese Americans as ‘Foreigners-Within’: Diasporic Perspectives in   

         Maxine Hong Kingston’s China Men, Anthology on The Diasporic Dilemma:  

         Exile, Alienation and Belonging, pp. 322-336, published by Creative Books, New  

         Delhi, 2014.

     

  • 2015

      15.

        Srima Nandi and B N Biswas, “21

    st

    Century Engineering: A Fusion of Applied Science and   

        Humanities,” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on “Frontiers and Foundations 

        in Computer, Communications and Electrical Engineering (C2E2-2016), pp. 202-204, Jan 9-  

        10, 2015, organized by Sir JC Bose School of    Engineering, (SKFGI), West Bengal, India.




     16.   Srima Nandi, “An Ecofeminist Reading of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,

           International Journal of English Language, Literature, and Humanities (IJELLH) [Norwegian   

          Accreditation], ISSN 2321-7065 vol.3, Issue 4, pp.164 -178, June, 2015.

  • 2016

      17.   Srima Nandi, “Exploring Marginalisation through Intersecting Oppressions in Toni

            Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,” Journal of the Department of English, University of Calcutta   

            ISSN 2249-4537, Vol.xxxix, pp.184-194, February, 2016.

      18.      Srima Nandi. “Interpreting Silence, Articulation, and Resistance in Maxine Hong Kingston’s 

               The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of Girlhood among Ghosts. International Journal of English  

               Language, Literature, and Humanities (IJELLH) ISSN 2321-7065 vol.4, Issue 6, pp.407–

              416 (Online), pp. 282-291(Print) June, 2016. 

     

      19.         Srima Nandi. “A Woman’s Voice.” Research Scholar – An International Refereed e-
                             
                    Journal on Literary Explorations, ISSN 2320-6101, Vol. 4 Issue III,  August 2016.   

                    


     

  • 2017

       20.   Srima Nandi. “The Night.”  International Journal of English Language, Literature, and 

             Humanities (IJELLH) ISSN 2321-7065, Vol.5, Issue 8, pp.5-6, (Online) August, 2017. 

             Impact Factor: 5.27

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