Dr Shruti Das is Associate professor in the P.G. Department of English in Berhampur University in Odisha, India. She is a translator, creative writer and a critic, writing bilingually in English and her native tongue Odia, published widely. She has participated in many National and International Seminars on English language, literature and Communication skills inside India and abroad. She has published many research articles and creative work, and has two books: From Margin to the Centre- A Toni Morrison Reader (2009) and Contemporary Communicative English (2010) to her credit. She is a BEC Examiner for Cambridge University in their ESOL programme in India. She is currently working on a book on Global Skills and Business Communication, and on a translation from a regional classic into English. She is a public speaker of repute. Her special interests are ELT; Postmodernism; Eco-criticism; Women Studies; Critical Theory; Indian Aesthetics; Translation and Soft Skills. She loves to travel and indulges in charity.
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