ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, MALDA COLLEGE, MALDA
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS- B.A HISTORY HONS( SCOTTISH CHURCH COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA), M.A HISTORY (UNIVERSITY OF DELHI), MPHIL HISTORY ( JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA), PHD PURSUING( UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD). UGC NET QUALIFIED, JULY 2018.
PRESENTATION OF PAPERS IN SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES:-
UGC and ICHR Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Caste and Gender: Historical Perspectives’, organized by Department of History, Shyam Lal College, University of Delhi, February 19th-20th, 2016. Title of the Paper presented:- ‘Women and Hindu-Muslim Nation: Resistance Against Patriarchy’.
National Seminar on Media and Subalterns in India, organized by the Department of Culture and Media Studies, Central University of Rajasthan, Bandarsindri, March 16-17, 2017. Title of the Paper presented:- Theatre and Gender: Rethinking the Aspects of Theatre in Colonial Bengal.
UGC-CPE Sponsored International Conference on Reappraising the Partition of India, organized by IQAC and Department of History, Bijoy Krishna Girls’ College, Howrah, 15th-16th December, 2017. Title of the Paper presented:- Partition through the Lens of Bengali Muslim Women: An Alternative Story.
Fourth Annual International Conference organized by Paschimbanga Anchalik Itihas o Loksanskriti Charcha Kendra, 14th-15th July, 2018. Title of the Paper presented:- A New Identity: Emergence of Bengali Muslim Bhadramahila.
Fifteenth International Conference of History and Heritage 2019 organized by Itihas Academy Dhaka, 22nd February, 2019, at the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Title of the paper presented:- Women and Medicine: Rethinking the Aspects of Health Care of Women in Colonial Bengal, 1880s-1940s.
Participated in three days National Workshop on “Approaches to Social Research”, organized by TISSAA, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, June 25-27, 2015.
#PhD THESIS- Interrogating the Zenana: Women and Health Care in Colonial Bengal, 1880-1947.
#MPhil DISSERTATION- In Search of an Identity: Experiences of Bengali Muslim Women: 1920-1950.
1. A New Identity: Emergence of Bengali Muslim Bhadramahila, published in ‘PONDERING THE PAST, VOL.II’, journal of Paschimbanga Anchalik Itihas o Loksanskriti Charcha Kendra, Kolkata.
2. Partition through the Lens of Bengali Muslim Women: An Alternative Story, selected for publication in the Seminar Proceedings of Howrah Bijoy Krishno Girls College. (forthcoming).
Worked as a Contractual Lecturer in the Department of History, L.J.D College under University of Calcutta, from 18.07.2016 to 27.07.2017.
Also Worked as a Guest Lecturer in the Department of History, Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College under University of Calcutta from 12.07.2017 to 04.08.2017.
Worked with THE 1947 PARTITION ARCHIVE as an Oral History Apprenticeship and collected and recorded the life stories of 60 witnesses of Partition.