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Biographical note for C.T. Indra
Dr. C.T. Indra, Director of the International Centre at the University of Madras in Chennai, is largely responsible for the introduction and success of an Australian Studies course (Masters), which allows postgraduate students to specialise in the work of Australian writers.
Instrumental in setting up the Australian Studies Resources Collection in the English Department, Dr Indra's
endeavours were recognised last year with an Australia-India Council Special Award for outstanding partnership.
has also been a recipient of a Fulbright Post-Doctoral Fellowship to Harvard University
, a British Council visitorship to Cambridge University
, and a Faculty Enrichment Award to Canada from the Shastri Indo Canadian Institute
Dr. C.T. Indra is currently Professor and Head, Department of English, University of Madras.She is a resource person and has guided more than 100 research scholars.She is a life member of American Studies Research Centre, Hyderabad, and Indian Association of Commonwealth Literature, Delhi.She has been a member of Board of Studies at Kakatiya University, Warangal, Mother Teresa Womens' University, Kodaikanal, and many other universities.
Dr. V. Rajagopalan is currently Professor and Head, Department of English, Madras Christian College
has over 30 years of teaching experience.He
specializes in English grammar and linguistics, has translated poems from English to Tamil and Tamil to English, and has edited three books.
National College: Principal ...
National College: Principal Saranathan Endowment Lecture by C. T. Indra, former Head of the Department of English, Madras University, on 'comparative literature: towards cultural studies', 10.30 a.m.
Cambridge University Press India
Discussant: Dr. C. T. Indra, Professor And Head, Department Of English, Madras University, Chennai
Groups Moderator: Dr. R. Palanivel, Professor Of English, IDE, Madras University
The first copy was received by ...
The first copy was received by literary critic and author C. T. Indra.
Ms.Indra, who is also former Head of Department of English, University of Madras, dwelt on the nuances of English poetry and pointed out that modern verse needed to get related closer to modern realities to make it more vivacious.