Dr. Saswati Ganguli
  • Assistant Professor

Dr. Saswati Ganguli graduated from Presidency College Kolkata. She completed her Ph.D. from Burdwan University, the topic was “Sanjay Bhattacharya - Life and Works”. Started her teaching career as a guest lecturer in Jawaharlal Nehru University between 1999 and 2019. Was briefly engaged as a lecturer in Chandannagore College West Bengal and then moved to Bengali Department of Miranda House in 2001 and has been a faculty there since. Has been actively involved with course structuring, question preparation, and evaluation for Delhi University over that period of time. She has left her literary and cultural mark through poetry, plays, and essays in various magazines and publications. She is an executive committee member with Bengal Association in Delhi. Is an editorial board member of ‘Digongon’ a literary publication from Delhi. Book Publication in 2015 ‘Sanjay Bhattacharya - A Journey”. A recent essay was published on renowned painter Jatin Das and his works.

Dr. Sukanta Ghosh
  • Assistant Professor

Dr. Sukanta Ghosh has post-graduated from the department of ‘Modern Indian Language and Literary Studies, University of Delhi. His Doctoral work is also from the same Institution. The topic of his research was "Post-Independence Bengali Hindi Cinematic Adaptation of the Novel Devdas". He has contributed to a number of literary and cultural magazines where his articles have been published in the fields of ‘Literature’ and ‘Films’. He has organized and actively participated in a number of National and International seminars and discussions. He is currently a faculty in the Bengali Department of Miranda House College, University of Delhi. Besides ‘lectures’ his faculty responsibilities include syllabus structuring, carrying out the role of Examiner and Evaluator. He is also associated with the International Society for Bengal Studies’ website and various projects.

Mr. Arijit Kundu
  • Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

Dr. Arijit Kundu started off as a student of MA in Delhi. After which he got his Ph.D. from the University of Delhi in 2015. His work have mapped down the transition of supernatural fictions through Colonial to Postcolonial era. His Ph.D. topic named "Bengali Supernatural Fiction: The Colonial and Postcolonial Context". Presently he is working at the Miranda House College, University of Delhi as an Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc) in the Department of Bengali. With his keen interest in the field of research he has been contributing his papers in various National and International Seminars over the years and have also have a couple of books in his bag with few publications which are generally to deal with development of Bengali Literature.

Pappusona Gandhi
  • Assistant Professor

Mr. Pappusona Gandhi graduated from Asansol B.B. College in 2015. He did his M.A. at Jadavpur University in 2017. Now he pursuing his Ph.D. from the same University and the topic is “Gunamay Manna's Novel”. 

Tamanna Emi
  • Assistant Professor (Guest)