Ms. Priyam Singh has pursued her B.A.(Hons.)Eng from I.P.College for Women, University if Delhi and her Masters(English) from Miranda House College, University of Delhi. She began her career as a Quality Analyst and Editor in Educational firms before joining Galgotias University as Assistant Professor(Eng). With keen interest in exploring the relevance of theory in praxis, her pedagogy in the subject English for Lawyers seeks to encourage students through seminar presentations and debate discussions on issues with ideas that display contemporary resonance. Beyond employing strategic methods to enhance speech and expression in her classes, she has been engaged in debates, E-Content Coordinator-ship during the pandemic period, content moderation, alumni committee, the Department Journal Editorial team, Conference committee, Faculty Development Program Committee and NAAC Criteria work across the years. Ms. Singh is the SPOC for MOOC courses in the law department and has completed over ten courses with elite certification on the Swayam platform of MHRD. She has also been associated with two research centres of the department and has supervised an internship of students under the Centre for Human Rights and Gender, this year. Formely, she has contributed as Associate Editor of NIU International Journal of Human Rights, has edited various books and consistently participates in research paper presentations at various National and International Conferences.She is also part of the MOU and Collaborations team at GU. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD from the University of Patna on the “Complex Interplay Between Heresy and Hegemony in the Reception of Select Literary Texts in India”.
Experience : One year experience in the Educational firms and over 6 years as an Assistant Professor
Qualification: B.A.(Hons.)Eng, M.A.(Eng), UGC NET, Ph.D(Pursuing)
Awards and Recognition: Anuradha Bharadwaj Award for Brilliant and Consistent Performance in English, University of Delhi.
NPTEL Discipline Star -- https://archive.nptel.ac.in/nptelStars/DisciplineStars.html Recognition by Dean, School of Law
Research : Ph.D(Pursuing)
Circle of Theory and Reception in Barthes’s ‘The Death of an Author’ and Mahesh Dattani’s ‘Final Solutions’. Labyrinth- An International Journal of Postmodern Studies-ISSN 0976-0814
Book Bans in India-What is the Crime?-A Presentation, International Conference On Crime and Investigation:Emerging Issues & Challenges in Criminal Justice Administration
Modern India’s Response to the Current Dalit Turmoil, ICSSR Sponsored 4 day International Seminar on Dalits, Patna. Publication in book titled ‘Aspirations and Challenges of New Generation Dalits.’ Victorious Publishers, 978-93-84224-80-6
Many Indian Literatures: An Illustration of the Ancient yet Steadily Growing Cosmopolitan. IISES Conference Proceedings and Presentation ISBN978-80-87927-39-7, Switzerland
Is Kashmir a Post-Colonial State? National Conference, Amity University, Satyam Law International, ISBN- 978-93-83823-84-1.
Evolution of the Indian English writing parallel with the Protagonist family of Ghachar Ghochar. Osmania University in Collaboration with RAMPROS Group
English Language learning in India: A Review of Persisting Challenges. St. Bedes College, Shimla and English language Teachers Association of India
Impact of Capitalism in Evolution of Language in Asia. Languaging and Translating: Within and Beyond. IIT Patna- International Conference
History,Fantasy and Myth in the Tragic-Comic Romance ‘Antony and Cleopatra’. Emerging Resaercher. Volume 8: Issue II: ISSN : 2348-5590
Literature Paving the Way for Law:ADR as an idea in Munshi Premchand’s Panch Parmeshwar. the International Virtual Conference on “Language, Law and Literature:Dialogic Interfaces”Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India. Published in Journal of Positive School Psychology
Area of Interest: Indian English fiction, Literary Criticism, Gender Studies, Law and Literature, Censorship and Technology in Literature.