Chapparban Sajaudeen Nijamodeen Profile

Chapparban Sajaudeen Nijamodeen

Assistant Professor

Centre for Diaspora Studies


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Educational Qualification:

  • Bachelor of Arts (2009) form Swami Ramand Tirth Marathwada University, Nanded. Maharashtra, India.
  • Master of Arts in English (2011) from Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad – India.
  • Master of Philosophy – English (2013) from Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad – India.
  • Ph.D. Comparative Literature (pursuing-deregistered): Writing dissertation on “Muslim Diasporic Writing: A Comparative Study of Contemporary Arab and South Asian Novels after 9/11” in the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Hyderabad, India.
  • UGC-NET (National Eligibility Test for Assistant Professor in Indian Universities) 2012, 2013 and 2014.
  • APSET (2012): Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test for Assistant Professor in English.
  • K-SET (2014): Karnataka State Eligibility Test for Assistant Professor in English.
  • M-SET (2015):Maharashtra State Eligibility Test for Assistant Professor in English.

Teaching Experience:

  • Taught English at the Distance Regional Centre of Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad. India. (From June-2015 to Dec 2016)./li>
  • Taught for a Semester at the Centre for Comparative Literature University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India.
  • Academic achievements and Awards:
  • Prof. Chidrewar Award for B.A. Topper (Geography) in SRTM University, Nanded – 2009.
  • AP Urdu Academy Fellowship Awarded 2010-11 in M.A. MANUU Hyderabad.
  • Maulana Azad National Fellow (2011-2016) MANF-JRF-UGC.
  • Area of Interest
  • Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Diaspora Studies
  • Film and Cultural Studies
  • Post 9/11 Studies
  • Contemporary English Literature/s
  • Muslim Literature and Minority studies.

Paper Presented in National seminars/conferences

  1. Intertextuality of Intertextuality: The Concept of 3 ‘I’s, in two days national conference on “Intersexual Adaptation and Textual Discourse” 27-28 Dec. 2011. Dep. Of English, Burdwan university,
  2. The Death of English: Deconstructing ‘English’ into ‘english+es’ as a Strategy of Postcolonial Discourse at National conference on “Colonial to Global Changing Perspectives of English” 18-19 Jan 2012 Govt. MLS College, Seepat (C.G)
  3. Rereading of Tagore: A Feminist Discourse in ‘Gora’ and social Critique” National Conference at MANUU, Hyderabad. (A.P)
  4. Tagore’s Socialism: The Social Discourse in Gora National Conference at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. (A.P)
  5. “Question of Identity of American Muslims the Post 9/11 Dilemma”. (West Bengal)
  6. “Resisting the Resistance in the Bollywood after 9/11” on Contemporary Ways and Voices of resistance and Resilience. English and Foreign Language University, Hyderabad (A.P)
  7. “Arab-American and Muslim Poetry after 9/11”. University of Hyderabad, (A.P)
  8. “An Etymological Approach to Build Vocabulary: Apocryphal Details of Greek Mythical Words in English” Kashmir University, (Jammu &Kahsmir)
  9. Language as a Political Apparatus: Politics of Power, paper presented in 4th All India Linguistics and Folklore at GKU Bhatinda Punjab.
Paper Presented in International Seminars/conferences
  1. “The Role of Muse India e-journal and the Mania of Haiku in India”, Indra Kala Sangeet University, Khairagar (Chhattisgarh)
  2. “Sci-Fi and the Age of Science and Technology: Impact of Science on English Fiction” on 12th International Conference on Science and Technology impact on Development and Justice MANUU, Hyderabad. (A.P)
  3. “The Indo-Americans’ Experiences in the Post 9/11 America and Bollywood Discourse” Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajmundry (A.P)
  4. “The Theme of Loss in The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai” Sarah Tuker College (Tamil Nadu).
  5. “Allahhafiz America: Theme of Return in Pakistani Film after 9/11”. Osmania University, (Hyderabad, A.P)
  6. “Escape from mother tongue: Intelligibility of Indian English Speakers” 35th Annual Conference on November 26-27, 2014 Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
  7. “South Asian Diaspora in America after 9/11: Depiction of Hindus and Sikh in Literature and Film” at the International conference on Global Indian Diaspora: Continuities and Changes, 6-7 Nov 2014 at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.
  8. Can Muslim be a Diasporic? Idea of Hijrat in Islam and Muslim Migration” in International Conference on Migration and Citizenship(s) at Indian Institute of Advanced Study in collaboration with Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, Binghamton, State University of New York USA. (30 May – 1 June 2016)
Papers Accepted Abroad:
  • National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) accepted my paper for its Annual International Conference 2012 at Louisiana USA.
  • South Asian Literary Association (SALA) accepted my paper for its 15th Annual South Asian Literary Association Conference, 6-7 January 2015, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Paper Presented at the 35th Linguistic Society of Nepal (LSN) Annual Conference on November 26-27, 2014 Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • SAML88: South Asian Modern Language Association accepted paper for presentation on “I am lover of America: A Comparative study of Muslim identity in Post 9/11 Fiction and Film” for annual conference in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
  • Workshops, Short-Term Courses and Projects:

  • “International Workshop on Syntax”, University of Hyderabad, India.
  • Research methodology Workshop in Linguistics and Translation Studies” University of Hyderabad, India.
  • Workshop on Script Writing (Academic Writing and Publication Skills) Maulana Azad national Urdu University, Hyderabad
  • “Three Days Workshop on Academic Writing” at MANUU Hyderabad.
  • Workshop on Contemporary Marginalities: History, Knowledge, Theory’ Organized by Center for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi. from 9-20 March 2015.
  • A Workshop-cum-Short-term course on Marginality and Literature: Text, Context and the Emerging Perspective offered by Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar form 22nd Aug to 2 Sept 2016.
  • Undergone a project for the partial fulfilment of award of B.A Functional English IIIrd Year titled “Mohammad (PBUH): The Last Prophet of Islam”
  • Two days’ Workshop on Social Media Literacy, Central University of Gujarat, Gnadhinagar March 2017.
  • Publications

    1. Research paper published on “ The Muslim Experiences in America and Bollywood Discourse after 9/11 ” in “Galaxy: International Multidisciplinary Research journal”
    2. Research paper on Tagore’s Socialism: A discourse on Gora published in “Research Today ”
    3. Research paper entitled, “Escape Form The Mother Tongue Effect: Intelligibility And Effectiveness Of Indian English Speakers ” accepted for Publication of November Issue of LANGLIT (ISSN 2349 - 5189), an International, peer-reviewed open access journal
    4. Can Muslim be a Diasporic? Idea of Hijrat in Islam and Muslim Migration ” accepted to be published in the Indian Institute of Advance Studies’ Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Shimla, in a Volume entitled “ Migration and Citizenship(s)”. (Dec. 2016).
    5. Chapters in edited Books:
    6. A Research paper published in book on English Language and Literature Teaching, “ The Death of English: Deconstructing ‘English’ into ‘english+es’ as a Strategy of Postcolonial Discourse ” from Delhi. 2013.
    7. Chapter in a book edited by Dr. Shhida Murtaza Women’s Human Right, “ Rereading of Tagore: Feminist Discourse on Gora ” Anmol Publications, New Delhi 2015.
    8. Edited Books/Journals:
    9. Edited an issue of eDhvani:UoH Journal Of Comparative Literature on “ Reconceptualizing Gender and Religion ”
    10. Poems Publish:
    11. Two poems are selected for the International Anthology of Tributes to Nelson Mandela. a Creative Scotland (Scotland’s national arts body) PoetryZoo, Scotland.
    12. Some of my poems are published in anthology “ A Poet’s View of Being” on 15th Oct. 2012 from Brian Wrixon Books bwrixon Burlington, Ontario, Canada. The book is also available online for preview
    13. Some of my poems are published from India in an anthology entitled “ Inklinks: Book of Poetry” in the month of December 2012.
    14. One Hindi poem published in Ityadi Patrika a wall magazine, University of Hyderabad.
    15. Five Haiku published in A Haiku Treasury from Canada.
    16. One poem published in an anthology Lovelets: words for the heart from Kolkata-2013.


  • Delivered a talk as chief guest in the conference on “Educational Awareness among Muslim Students of Andhra Pradesh” organized by Minority Educational Guidance and Counseling Society Hyderabad.
  • Chaired a session at National Conference Research at Work Conference RAW.CON 2015 at University of Hyderabad.
  • Delivered a Talk on “Cow Politics and Food Culture in India” at University of Hyderabad organized by Ambedkar Students Association, in Nov.2015.