Ph D, English, Diploma, Business English
Awards & Honours
Member, Board of Studies, F.M. University, as a meritorious student.
-Secured 1st position in Interstates Painting Competition, organized by Indian Red Cross Society, New Delhi
1. Dhal, Shraddha. (2021). Asylum, USA: Assessing the Issues of Migration, Racism, Cultural Bereavement & Identity Reconfiguration. In Joydev Maity (Ed.), Colonial and Postcolonial Literature- Discourses, Disruptions and Intersections (17-22). India: Authors Press.
2. Dhal, Shraddha. (2021). Anxiety as a Source of Motivation: A Critical Study of the Select Novels of Bapsi Sidhwa. Journal of International Women’s Study, 22 (3), 142-149.
3. Dhal, Shraddha. (2020). The Subaltern Suffering & Diasporic Sensibility: Retracing the Migrant Voices in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance. In B.C. Sarkar (Ed.), Marginalization in Literature: Critical Perspectives (20-28). India: Authors Press.
4. Dhal, Shraddha. (2019). Folk Medicine and Health Care Practices: An Interface with Different Tribes of Odisha. In S. Samataray (Ed.), Folklore- A Key to Cultural Understanding (252-260). India: Authors Press.
5. Dhal, Shraddha. (2019). To Live or to Leave?- The Ethical Factors Influencing the Parsi Community’s Health. Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development (IJPHRD), 10 (2), 231-234.
6. Dhal, Shraddha. (2018). The depiction of Ayah as a Subaltern in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice Candy Man. The IUP Journal of English Studies, 13 (3), 21-24.
7. Dhal, Shraddha. (2017). The feast of the Carrion birds- unveiling the secret of the unique tradition of the Parsi folks. Literaria- an International Journal of New Literature across the World, 8 (1-2).
8. Dhal, Shraddha. (2017). The Postcolonial dimension of Identity vacuum in Boman Desai’s Asylum, USA. Associated Asia Research Foundation (AARF) Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, 4 (7), 31-38.
9. Dhal, Shraddha. (2017). Remnants of Desire. LangLit International Peer-reviewed open access Journal, 3 (2), 44-45.
10. Dhal, Shraddha. (2017). Narrative of plight, Identity and Survival in Rohinton Mistry’s Squatter, Lend Me Your Light, and Swimming Lessons from Tales from Firozsha Baag. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR), 4 (1), 203-209.
11. Dhal, Shraddha, and Dr. Geeta Satapathy. (2015). Folk Medicine: The Premise Revisited. LangLit International Peer-reviewed open access Journal, 1 (3), 145-151.