Dr. R. Rajaram began his teaching career as a lecturer in English at St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Science in 1987. There he taught English language and literature at pre-university and undergraduate levels. In 2002 he came to St. Joseph’s College of Commerce where currently he is professor and Head-of-the-Department.
Mr. Vinay Kambipura edits videos as a hobby and has setup a YouTube channel for the college. He has worked along with other faculty members and students to create audio-visual content for the YouTube channel. He is also interested in theatre and assists the college theatre team whenever possible.
Dr. Neeti Roy holds a doctorate degree in English Literature from Patna University and is a Fulbright Scholar from USA. She has earned her doctorate degree in year 2015, part of which she has done her research work at Stanford University, California. She has earned her Master’s degree in 2008 from Patna University itself. She has also done her M.Phil (Linguistics) from Nagaland State University in year 2009.
Dr. Anusuya Paul completed her PhD on the topic Women on Stage: A Study of the Performing Culture in Assam from the Central University of Hyderabad, Telangana and her M.Phil thesis was on Virginia Woolf and l’écriture feminine from Dibrugarh University, Assam. She is also UGC-NET qualified. Dr. Anusuya has worked as a Programme Executive at Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development (OKDISCD)
Mr. Thomas Mathew
M.A (NET Qualified)
Mr. Thomas Mathew has completed his M.A. in English Literature from St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) and is currently pursuing PhD on “The Empire Plays Back: Power and Postcoloniality; a Study of Select Cricket Narratives” from Mangalore University. He has completed his Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) from Pondicherry University and BA English Literature from Scott Christian College, Nagercoil.
Dr. T. H. Lavakumar, a progressive writer grooming himself as a playwright and poet and hailing from Doddaballapura is working as a director in both Kannada and English theatre. Along with a degree from Neenasam he has done his Masters in Kannada, English and Psychology. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor at St. Joseph’s College of Commerce (Autonomous), Bangalore and is pursuing his Doctoral degree from Bangalore University on the topic “Theatre in Education: Problems and Possibilities”
Mr. Ashoka completed his MA (Kannada Comparitive) from the Bangalore University in 2012. Presently pursuing his doctoral thesis on Kannada entitled "Badalaguttiruva Navasaamskruthika niluvugala hinneleyalli Prasanna Barahagala Adhyayana” in Bangalore University. During his academic carrier he has been the recipient of three gold medals for Kannada Topper in both UG and PG from the Bangalore University. His areas of interest are Kannada Literature,Cultural Studies, Theatre, Folklore, Comparative study.
I worked as a Guest lecturer in LBS GOVT FIRST GRADE COLLEGE, RT Nagara for1 year. (2007-08)
I worked as a full time lecturer in St.Annes’ degree college, Halasuru, Bengaluru in 2009-2010
Dr. Fariyal Shaikh attended a good number of workshops, symposium not only at city and state level but also at national level. The syllabus that was framed under her guidance with keeping in mind about the UGC requirements (both BSc and BA) was well appreciated by University and other college nominees. she took great initiative in conducting exhibition
Attended More Than 50 Seminars In Hindi.Both National And State Level And Few International Attended Prestigious Antar-Rashtriya Hindi Vishwa Samhmehlan At Bhopal Presented Papers In Seminars Held At Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Mysuru, Bengaluru.
Dr. Susmitha .K.E has been engaged in literary and linguistic research areas for more than 10 years. Susmitha completed her MPhil and Ph.D in Linguistic Translation, focusing on Socio-Cultural aspects of Indian Literature, from the School of Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.
Mr. Sagar R. Gangwani
B.Com., DELF B2 (French)
Among the students of the Department of Travel & Tourism, St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, I was selected for the French Exchange to complete a semester in the International Business Program at ESDES, the Catholic University of Lyon, France.
Ms. Gretta Furtado joined St. Joseph’s College of Commerce as a Student Counsellor in the year 2005. Ms. Gretta has acquired her diploma and certificate course in counseling from the Institute of St. Anselm, UK and M.Sc. in Counseling from Mother Theresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal. She has a vast experience in counselling and group therapy with different cultures including both heterogeneous and homogeneous groups.
Ms. Asang worked as a Treatment Outreach Coordinator in the Access to Care and Treatment (ACT) Project and the Global Fund for HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM R-4). The project was carried out by the Dimapur-based NGO, Dimapur Network for people living with HIV/AIDS from May 2006-2007.
She joined the Bangalore Baptist Hospital in May 2007 as a trainee for Diploma in Clinical Pastoral Counselling.
He has a qualification of M.Sc, Counselling Psychology, Samparna Montfort College, Bangalore. He has an experience of 166 hours of individual counselling, 18 hours of group therapy and 48 hours of workshop.
He has participated in an Intensive workshop on Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) conducted by Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis. Mr. Deenyar has computer knowledge in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint and effective communication skills via a credit course in college.
Fr. Bala CppS is a Catholic Priest belonging to the congregation of Precious Blood Missionaries. With degrees and specializations in the field of Psychology and Counselling, Fr. Bala has keen interest in Adolescent and Youth Counselling. His contributions in pastoral ministry had been remarkable and he had done commendable work for the youth ministry. Besides his expertise in Pastoral and Counselling skills, he is a trained Carnatic
Mr. Gladson. J S completed his MSW (Master of Social Work) from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore in 2014. Thereafter, he started working in Caritas India - CBRForum (Community Based Rehabilitation Forum), as a Programe Officer. He headed projects in five states and focused mainly on educating tribal community and NGOs on the issues of the differently-abled and mainstreaming the person with disability.