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Dr. Ihsan-ur-Rahim Malik Assistant Professor

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Department of English, Science and Arts Campus, Ganderbal, J&K - 191201

  0194-2953205 / 9419009781
ihsan.malik@cukashmir.ac.in


Dr Ihsan-ur-Rahim Malik graduated from Amar Singh College Srinagar in 2004. He did his Master’s in English from the University of Kashmir (2006) with a first position and a gold medal. Later he pursued his PhD at the University of Jammu on the subject “Ideological Conflict in the Dramatic Works of Byron and Shelley”, completing it in 2009. He joined the Department of English, Central University of Kashmir, in February 2012 as Assistant Professor. Prior to that he worked in the same capacity at the South Campus of the University of Kashmir at Anantnag from Oct 2011 to Feb 2012. It is pertinent to mention that in March 2010 he had been appointed lecturer in English (10+2) in the Department of School Education, Government of Jammu and Kashmir. In this capacity he held several positions viz Research Officer (English) in the Language Wing of the State Institute of Education Srinagar, Officer on Special Duty (OSD) at the Inspection and Monitoring Wing, Directorate of School Education, Kashmir and Provincial Coordinator, Middle Standard Examination, also at the State Institute of Education, Srinagar. His areas of specialization are Romantic Drama, Translation Studies and Non-fictional Prose. Dr Malik has thus far participated in several national seminars and workshops which include a National Seminar (Literature and Philosophy: Tracing the Pathways) at Punjabi University Patiala and a workshop on “Script Writing and Content Generation” (March, 2011), organized by the EDUSAT hub, Kashmir network, Government College for Women, M A Road, Srinagar in collaboration with Development and Educational Communication Unit (DECU) ISRO, Ahmadabad. Since the completion of his Master’s degree in 2006 he has been actively involved, besides teaching, in academic research and writing, contributing articles to several national journals and local dailies. The list of some of his important writings is appended herewith:  

PUBLICATIONS

1.       ‘Byron’s Cain: Dramatization of a Moral Fable’,  published in Literati – Multidisciplinary journal of Jammu University. 

2.       Non-Fictional Prose. Book written to cover the contents of the course on non-fictional of M A English, published by the Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir. It has been printed in book form by the Directorate

3.       ‘Shakespeare’s Tragic Vision’, published in The Criterion : An International Journal in English, 2014.

4.       ‘Shelley’s Dramatic Poem, Hellas: Ideas in an Open-ended Conflict’, published in  The Criterion: An International Journal in English, 2012.

5.       “The Urdu Poetry of Qazi Ghulam Muhammad”, a translation into English of Professor G R Malik’s Urdu article entitled ‘Qazi Ghulam Muhammad ki Urdu Shairi’, published in Sheeraza, the quarterly journal of the Academy of Art, Culture and Languages, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

6.        “Ladakh in the Eyes of Native Tourists” a translation into English of Abdul Ghani Sheikh’s Urdu article entitled ‘Ladakh Mulki Saiyyahhon ki Nazar Main ’being published in Sheeraza, the quarterly journal of the Academy of Art, Culture and Languages, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar.

 

7.       Contemporary Kashmiri Short Story – An Assessment” a translation into English of Premi Roomani’s Kashmiri article entitled ‘Kaeshur Humkaal Afsane – Akh Saam’ being published in Sheeraza, the quarterly journal of the Academy of Art, Culture and Languages, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar.

  

Among the important articles contributed to the local dailies the following merit a mention:

 1.        ‘Romantic Drama: A Fascinating but Unexplored Area of English Literature.’

 2.       ‘The Bard is Untranslatable’ (A response to an article by K. Srilata about  Shakespeare)

3.       ‘Tea in Kettle and Literature.’

4.       ‘Shelley and the Indian Tradition.’

5.       ‘The Question of Quality.’