Asit Biswas (HOD) – Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Govt. College

Asit Biswas (HOD)

Designation: Associate Professor

Department: English

Qualification: M. A. in English

Area of Specialization: Film adaptation


Research Projects (Completed/ ongoing)

Sl. No. Title Agency Period Grant/ Amount


(Rs. lakh)

Whether policy document.

Patent as


1. Minor Research Project UGC Sept. 2009 to


80500 No
2 Minor Research Project UGC Jan.-2014 to


150000 No

Research Publications

Journal Articles

Sl No Date of  Publication Title Name of the Journal/Book Volume and Pages ISBN/ ISSN Status
1. May-2009 “Bengal’s Eco-Feminist Analysis of Shakespeare and Kalidasa: A Fragmentary Study.” Victorian Journal of Arts Vol-II, No. I


ISSN-09755632 National
2. August-2012


“Rabindranath Tagore’s Presentation of Hinduism in Sacrifice: A Study in Dilemma

Between Ecocentrism and Anthropocentrism.”

Research Spectrum Vol.-3, Issue-2,

Pages  33-37



3 August-2012 “The Taming of the Shrew: A comparative Study of Pre-Independence and Post-Independence Bangla Adaptations.” Victorian Journal of Arts Vol-v, No. I


ISSN-09755632 National
4. August-2012 “Rabindranath Tagore’s Interpretation of Shakespeare: A Critical Revaluation.” International Journal of Innovative Research and Development Vol. 1, Issue 5, Pages: 202-212 ISSN-2278-211 International
5. Sept.-2012 “A Midsummer Night’s Dream: An Ecocritical Interpretation International Journal of Innovative Research and Development Vol.-1, Issue-6

Pages: 371-379

ISSN-2278-211 International
6. Jan.-2013



Rabindranath Tagore: An Ecocritic of The Tempest.” East Indian Journal of Social Sciences Vol.-I, No.-II


ISSN- 2277-4483 National
7. May-2013 “British Bengal’s Feministic Study of Sakuntala, Miranda

And Desdemona: An Ecocritical Reinterpretation.”

Research Scholar: An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations Vol.-I, No.-II,

Pages: 153-160

ISSN 2320 – 6101 International
8. March-2014 “The Comedy of Errors, Bhrant Bilas and Angoor: Stages in Intercultural  Negotiations.” Contemporary Research in India Vol.4, Issue 1

Pages: 96-100

ISSN-2231-2137 International
9 January-2016 Swami Vivekananda and Panchanan Barma: Affinities in Concept of Annihilation of Casteism and Untouchability Jagaran Vol-II, Issue-i 2350-0042 National
10. June-2016 From Page to Stage and Screen: A Comparative Study in Indigenization of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth Journal of People’s History and Culture Vol-II, No-i 2395-7379 International
11. Dec-2016 Contextual Affinities: Revaluating the Views of Thakur Panchanan Barma and Guruchand Thakur on the Sanskritization of the Dalits Journal of People’s History and Culture Vol-II, No-ii 2395-7379 International
12. July-Dec-2013 “‘The Ferry’ (Translation of Samares Basu’s ‘Paari’).” The Challenge Vol.-22, No. II


ISSN-2278-9499 International
13. Baishakh-1416, Shiva Swapna (Beng. Story). Kaal Vol. 1 State Level


Articles/ Chapters published in Books

Sl. No. Title with page no. Book title,

editor &




Whether peer


No. of



Whether you are

the main


1. Mysticism, Symbolism, Colonialism in Tagore (one Chapter) Pages: 267-274 Indo- Anglian Literature: Past to Present Edited by Dr. Ketaki Datta

Books Way, Kolkata.









2. D.L. Ro’y Chandragupta and Sisir Bhaduri’s Film Chanakya: A Study in Inheritance and Legacy Dwijendra Lal Roy’s Thoughts of Drama 978-93—84729-23-3 Yes Nil Yes

Translation Works

Published the translation of Samaresh Basu’s story ‘Pari’ in an international journal. Translated Purnendu Patri’s Rabindranather Shakespeare (Collection of all the comments of Tagore on Shakespeare) and Bankim Chandra’s Sakuntala, Miranda O Desdemona and Tagore’ poem ‘Kheya’  (Balaka: Poem No. 37) and some others. At present translating Hudson’s An Introduction to the Study of Literature, A Short History of English Literature, Famous Bengali poet Jasimuddin’s epic Sojan Badiyar Ghat and Basanti Geetika (Collection Bengali folk songs meant for dance performance). Published Dalit Songs and Poems in English Translation (jointly edited). Now working as translator-editor of Sri Sri Harilailamrita and Satabarsher Bangla Dalit Sahitya. All the verse translations aim at bringing to light the plight of the downtrodden and at communal harmony.


Teaching Experience

Teaching as Assistant Professor of English in West Bengal Education Services, for 16 Years (At present serving at Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Govt. College, New Town, Rajarhat, North 24 Pgs., in the capacity of Associate Professor and Head of the Department of English. In the classroom and outside the classrooms the highlighted area is always the positive side of religions, especially Christianity as it is the integral part of the teaching area e.g. Paradise Lost.

Honorary Services

Underwent rigorous military training at Officers’ Training Academy and awarded the title ‘Lieutenant’ and thereafter worked as Associate NCC Officer at Acharya B.N. Seal College, 13 Bengal BN. NCC, for eight years. Participated with the NCC cadets, in mob control, traffic control, Blood Donation Camps, Mobile Blood Bank, AIDS awareness programme, Anti-drug drive, plantation, Yoga, Training camps, Adventurous programs like trekking, parasailing etc. In those years more than 100 NCC cadets were given special free coaching and so, they got job (mainly in armed forces), who otherwise might not get any job. Most of them were first generation in higher education. Gave free coaching to the ex-students, irrespective of their racial identities, for job and most of them are now service holders. Still now giving free coaching to the financially weak students.

Professional Membership

Life member of Bangla Dalit Sahitya Sangstha which aims at the upliftment of the downtrodden people. Member of the Editorial Boards of two international journals.

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