Full Name: Sudha Mishra
Academic Rank: Associate Professor
Affiliation: Amity University
Address: Department of English
Research Interests: Applied Linguistics, ELT, Discourse Analysis
Dr. Sudha Mishra is a passionate and dedicated educator, a keen researcher and a seasoned soft skills trainer. She has keen interest in Literature, Applied Linguistics and Didactics. With a linguistic acumen in three languages (English, Hindi and Sanskrit), She is M. Ed. and Ph. D. in English (Linguistics). She is currently associated with Amity University, as an Associate Professor in Amity System of Communication Enhancement and Transformation (ASCENT). With her innate passion for teaching and research, she has to her credit over 17 Research Publications in International Journals of repute, 03 Book Chapters and research papers presentations in 18 International /National Seminars and Conferences. She has thrice received the Best Research Paper Award. Dr Mishra has been invited as session chair and keynote speaker for several seminars and conferences. She is an Editor of six International Journals and has been the associate editor of a book on reforms in teaching.
1- Mishra, S. NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: AN INFLUENTIAL TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT. Semiotica, 1, 48-98.
2- MISHRA, S. THE TEXT THAT IS HEARD: A SCRUTINY OF THE PHONETIC INGENUITY OF AK RAMANUJAN.
3- Mishra, S. (2016). The Poetry of AK Ramanujan A Stylistic and Structural Study.
4- Mishra, S., & Budholia, O. P. Effective Semantics: The Concept of Foregrounding in the Poetry of AK Ramanujan.
5- MISHRA, S. ANALYSIS OF COMMON ERRORS IN WRITING-A TOOL FOR BETTER TEACHING/LEARNING OF ESL: A CASE STUDY OF AMITY UNIVERSITY MADHYA PRADESH.
6- MISHRA, S. HETEROGENEOUS GROUPS IN COMPETITION: INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY FOR TEACHING ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE.
7- MISHRA, S. THE PARADOX AND AMBIVALENCE: DUALITY OF EXISTENCE IN THE POETRY OF AK RAMANUJAN.
8- MISHRA, S. SUBVERTING LANGUAGE: A STUDY OF LINGUISTIC INNOVATION IN THE PROSE-WORK OF KHUSHWANT SINGH.
9- MISHRA, S. A STYLISTIC AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF “SNAKES” BY AK RAMANUJAN.