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Lecturer/Assistant Professor in History

Location:
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Posted:
July 01, 2018

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QUALIFIED RESEARCHER & LECTURER PASSIONATE ABOUT HISTORY

Educated researcher and lecturer passionate and well-versed in different aspects of history. Specific research and lecture interest in indigenous medicine in colonial South India, health and medicine in French colonial Pondicherry.

Qualified to contribute to existing undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes in the history of health and medicine.

Author of academic publications and presentations in the history of health and medicine, with a specific focus on India.

Excellent verbal and written Indian language skills.

Adept at individual or collaborative research.

EDUCATION

PH.D. IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University Pondicherry, India

Thesis – Coping with Diseases: Public Health and Medicine in Colonial South India, 1883 – 1925

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University Pondicherry, India

Dissertation Title: Nuclear Programme as a Factor in Indo-US Relations during the Clinton Administration

MASTER OF ARTS IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University (KM Centre for PG Studies) Pondicherry, India

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University (Bharathidasan Govt. College for Women) Pondicherry, India

HONOURS & AWARDS

SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP – University Grants Commission, India 2009 – 2010

JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP – University Grants Commission, India 2005 – 2008

NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST FOR LECTURESHIP IN INDIA (CLEARED) 2003

UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDAL FOR MASTER OF ARTS IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University 2003

UNIVERSITY PRIZE WINNER FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University 2000

BEST OUTGOING STUDENT IN HISTORY – Pondicherry University 2000

RESEARCH, TEACHING & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE 906-***-****

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR- SSMRV Degree College 2017-Present; Bangalore

Developed and implemented innovative effective instructional methods.

Evaluated, monitored and mentored student academic progress.

Created and implemented career-enhancement programmes and activities.

Participated in departmental and college activities.

Served and supported functional activities of departmental committees.

Assessed, reviewed and evaluated student activities and progress.

HISTORY TEACHER – TVS Academy 2011 – 2013; Hosur, India

Designed and implemented lesson plans and curriculum.

Prepared and delivered lessons to a range of classes comprised of varying ages and abilities.

Employed differentiated teaching methods incorporating audio and visual activities to address all learning styles.

Gave appropriate feedback and maintained pupil progress and development records.

Researched new topic areas, maintained up-to-date subject knowledge, and devised and wrote new curriculum materials.

Managed pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises and applied appropriate discipline.

RESEARCH, TEACHING & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Undertook pastoral duties including tutoring and individual pupil support through academic or personal difficulties.

Communicated with parents and caretakers over pupils’ progress. Participated in departmental meetings and school training events.

Identified and organized field trips to enhance curriculum.

COURSE DESIGNER (VOLENTEERED) – Long Island University, India Centre 2011; Bangalore, India

Designed syllabus document on Global health and Healing traditions for fall 2011.

PHD RESEARCH FELLOW – Pondicherry University, Department of History 2005 – 2010; Pondicherry, India

Conducted coursework on the history of science and technology in India.

Actively participated in seminars on the history of health and medicine in colonial India.

Assessed student course work and material.

Assisted in conducting national and international level seminars.

Conducted individual or collaborative research projects.

Extended and applied knowledge acquired from scholarship to research and appropriate external activities.

Made presentations at national and international conferences.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT – WHO, Nippon Foundations & Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine 2006 - 2007

Global Project on History of Leprosy. Coordinated by Dr. Joe Robertson, Oxford University.

Searched for historical records relevant to the history of leprosy in French colonies of Pondicherry.

Analysed and translated the relevant documents from French to English.

Provided a list and short description of each document.

STUDENT MEMBER – Pondicherry University Board of Studies in History 2005 – 2007; Pondicherry, India

Oversaw the development of curriculum, teaching, learning and the student experience within the Department of History.

Advised the department head on the resources needed to develop department academic activities.

Determined the overall academic shape and development of the college.

Designed coursework for history undergraduates.

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

“MEDICAL JOURNALISM IN NINETEENTH CENTURY INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MADRAS.” Presented at the National Seminar on Scientific Knowledge, Cultural technologies and Colonial Explorations of Peninsular India”, February 15th to 16th, 2011.

“KNOWLEDGE OF ANATOMY IN ANCIENT INDIA.” Journal of the Ancient Sciences and Archaeological Society of India, 2, 2007, 130-33.

“VAIDYAS AND PHYSICIANS: A SPOTLIGHT ON MEDICAL INTERACTION IN PORTUGUESE GOA.” Presented at the International Conference of Asian Society of History of Medicine, 2nd to 4th November 2006.

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

“CHOLERA: THE DREADED DISEASE IN COLONIAL TAMIL NADU – A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.” Indian Historical Studies, vol. 2, issue 2, April 2006, 100-105.

“DHAIS AND DOCTORS: IMPACT OF WESTERN MEDICINE ON MATERNAL HEALTH CARE IN COLONIAL TAMILNADU.” Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Session of South Indian History Congress, March 2005, 205-210.

“TEMPLES AS HEALING CENTRES: AN ANALYSIS.” Proceedings of the twelfth Annual session of the Tamilnadu History Congress National Seminar on the Role of Temples in Promoting Spiritualism and Materialism in Tamilnadu, November 2005, 142-46.

“THE REVIVAL OF AYURVEDA IN THE 1920S IN THE TAMIL REGION.” Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Session of the Tamil Nadu History Congress, Mayiladuthurai, 2006, 201-203.

“EMILY STOVE: THE LIFE OF CANADA’S FIRST WOMEN DOCTOR.” Presented at the National Seminar on Indo-Canadian Studies, March 20th to 22nd, 2006.

REFERENCES

DR. DEEPAK KUMAR

Professor, History of Science and Education,

Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies

Jawaharlal Nehru University,

New Delhi-110 067

Tel. 011-********, (R)011- 26741303.

Mobile. +91-989*******

Email: ac5290@r.postjobfree.com

DR. RAJSEKHAR BASU

Associate Professor,

Centre for the study of Discrimination and exclusion,

Jawaharlal Nehru University,

New Delhi-110 067

Tel: 011-********

Mobile: +91-974*******

Email:ac5290@r.postjobfree.com

DR. RAMACHANDRA REDDY

Associate Professor and Head,

Bharathidasan Government college for women,

Pondicherry University,

Puducherry- 605 003

Mobile: +91-944*******

Email: ac5290@r.postjobfree.com



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