A Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature

ISSN Print : 2229-6557, Online: 2394-9244


  • From Page to Stage: National Seminar at Rajdhani College, University of Delhi
    By: A report by Bharti Sharma

      The English Literary Association, Rajdhani College organized a National Seminar on “Text to Performance: Drama in Classroom and Beyond” in collaboration with FORTELL on 27 February 2019. Despite notions of superiority of the written word, there has always been a fascination for the audio-visual medium of expression. With literature being treated as elitist and theatre as being treated for the... Read more
  • CELE Launch

    A Report by Amrita Mehta Ambedkar University Delhi formally launched the Centre for English Language Education (CELE) with a panel discussion at India International Centre on 11 July 2018. The panel comprised of eminent ELE experts—Professor Ianthi Maria Tsimpli (Professor of English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge); Professor Malashri Lal (University of Delhi and currently... Read more
  • Anchoring at the Brighton Pier: A Report on the 52nd IATEFL Conference

    Kirti Kapur The Brighton pier and its neighbouring city Hove in the United Kingdom are known for their creative and artistic atmosphere. So it came as no surprise to me that many famous people were drawn to this city by the sea. My favourite among them is Charles Dickens. The opportunity to represent Fortell India, an associate of IATEFL at the 52nd IATEFL Conference held at Brighton, from 9 to... Read more
  • Poetry, Poets and the Creative Process
    By: Neha Gaur

    The English Literary Association (ELA), Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, in collaboration with FORTELL organized a one day poetry event, “Let’s Get रachnatmac” on 31 October 2017. Dr. Rajesh Giri, Principal of the college welcomed the audience with his motivating words, followed by an introductory note by Ms. Rachna Sethi, Convenor, ELA.  The day kick-started with a stimulating poetry... Read more
  • A Report on the Annual Lecture Series at Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi
    By: Charu Arya

    Professor Savita Singh’s lecture titled, “Ecofeminism: Battling Environment Degradation” was part of a series of lectures organized annually by the Department of English at Maharaja Agrasen College since 2010. This event was held on 15 September 2017, in collaboration with FORTELL and SPHEEHA (Society for the Preservation of Healthy Environment, Ecology and Heritage of Agra). The Annual Lecture... Read more
  • Le gràdh à Glaschuv (With love from Glasgow)
    By: Kirti Kapur

    I represented Fortell India, an associate of IATEFL, at the 51st IATEFL Conference held in Glasgow, Scotland from 3 to 7 April 2017. The representatives of associates from across the world congregated on 3 April for Associates’ Day, to interact and network with their global counterparts. The day began with a warm welcome by Lou McLaughlin, IATEFL associates’ Chair. This was followed by a... Read more
  • Talk on Indian Classical Literature

    A talk by Professor Avadhesh Kumar Singh, School of Translation Studies and Training, IGNOU on “Revisiting Indian Classical Literature” was organised by the English Literary Association of Rajdhani College in collaboration with FORTELL (Forum for Teachers of English Language and Literature) on 25 October 2016. The talk gave an insight into the concept of Classical Literature, keeping in view the... Read more