vijaygarh jyotish ray college
NAAC Accredited with B+ Grade
8/2, Bejoygarh, Jadavpur, Kolkata - 700 032
Affiliated to the University of Calcutta
Faculty Profile
Designation Assosiate Professor
Name Smt. Aparajita Guha
Degree M.A., M.Phil.
Sub Name English
About - Smt. Aparajita Guha
Personal Details

Father’s Name

Ardhendu Kumar Sen           

Permanent Address

Purasree , P.O. – Chandernagore

Dist – Hooghly, West Bengal

 

Date of Birth

28-12-1958

Phone No

9674108129 (M)


Educational Qualification
Name of The Examination

Institution

Board

Year

Division/

Class

Indian School Certificate Examination

St. Joseph’s Convent Chandernagore

University of Cambridge in co-operation with the council for the Indian

1975

I

B.A. Eng.(Hons.)

University of Calcutta

Bethune College

1980

II

M.A. (English)

Jadavpur University

Jadavpur University

1982

II

M.Phil. (English)

Jadavpur University

Jadavpur University

1985

II

B.Ed. Exam.

University of Calcutta

Bijoy Krishna Girl’s College

1987

I


Experience

(1)   Worked as an Assistant Teacher in English in Purulia Govt. Girl’s School (Higher Secondary Section) from Feb. 1987 to March, 1990.

(2)    Worked as an Assistant Teacher in Ballygunj Govt. School from March, 1990 to August, 1995.

(3)    Joined Vijaygarh Jyotish Ray College as a Lecturer in English from August 1995 till date.


Learning Module

Objectives

Topic

Classes required

 

Strategy and Methodology

Outcome

To make students aware of epic as a genre and its characteristics with special ref. to Homer the Iliad

 

 

 

The students learn about tragedy and its characteristic with special reference to the Greek tragedians.

 

 

 

 

 

To make students aware of old English literature – the oral tradition and the old English manuscripts.

CC-2

Homer’s The Iliad Book I and II

 

 

 

CC-2

Sophocles Greek tragedy King Oedipus 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-1

The Anglo Saxon Period & the Middle Ages.

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional method of explaining the poem and then group discussion and question answer session.

 

 

Traditional method of teaching what tragedy do; the difference between tragedy and comedy followed by group discussion and question answer session

 

 

Traditional method of teaching the important events of the age, followed by group discussion and question answer session.

 

 

Studentslearn about the great epic writers and the genre epic. They get motivated to learn more about poetry.

 

 

Students learn about a new genre – the Greek tragedy. They get interest in different types of literature.

 

 

 

 

Students learn about ancient English Literature. They become aware of the social events, political events of the ege.

 

 

Signature of the Teacher :                                                                                                                                                                               PRINCIPAL

 

 

 

 

Name of the Teacher : Aparajita Guha       Dept. of English     LEARNING MODULE         CC-5/6/7  Sem.-III    English (Hons.)   2019

Objectives

Topic

Classes required

 

Strategy and Methodology

Outcome

To make students aware of modern American Literature and American Playwrights. 

 

 

 

To make students aware of children Fiction – a sequel to Alice’s adventure in wonderland.

 

 

 

 

 

To make the students comprehend what a much epic is and its difference from epic in general.

 

 

 

To make the students aware of a new genera of poetry – the epic and high light the characteristic and tell them about the epic hero.

ENGA     CC-5

The death of a Salesman-play written by American Playwright Author Miller

 

 

ENGA CC-6

Through the Looking Glass – a novel by Lewis Carroll. 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGACC-7

Rape of the Lock by Pope, the first 3 cantos.

 

 

 

 

ENGA     CC-7

Paradise lost BK I by John Milton.

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

Traditional method of imparting knowledge on the playwright and play in details and their group discussion and question answer session.

 

Reading the novel part by part and then discussing about the fantastical world and discussing how close it is to reality, followed by question answer session.

 

Highlighting on the mock epic genre and then discussing its characteristics with ref. to Alexander Popes the Rape of the Lock

 

To read the poem by parts and to highlight the qualities of the hero – Satan in BK I and then have a question answer session.

Students become acquainted with modern American literature and have a knowledge of modern drama.

 

 

Students learn about the fantastical world of Alice and they get inspired to know more about the world of fantasy.

 

 

 

Students learn about a new genre of poetry the mock epic. They come to know about the 18th century society.

 

 

Students learn a lot about Milton – his blindness and his great epic creation – Paradise Lost.