Jayashree Murthy, spent her early childhood in Trivendrum (Kerala) and completed Matriculation from The Convent of Good Shepherd, Chennai. She went on to complete her Bachelors and Masters in English Literature from Stella Maris College, Chennai. This was followed by M.Phil. in Literature from Osmania University.
She has close to 35 years of experience as a Lecturer, Content Developer, Curriculum Desigtner and Trainer. CIEFL, ICFAI and EThames Degree College have contributed significantly to her professional growth. Communication skills, Employability skills, Soft skills and teaching are very close to her heart. Mentoring, Counselling and Interacting with students also interests her.
Her interest in Psychology, travelling, and meeting people keep her occupied.
G. Bangla Bharathi, is currently working as Assistant Professor of English at BJR Government Degree College, Narayanguda, Hyderabad and has about 18 years of teaching experience in GDCs.
She has been a Master Trainer and has trained newly recruited Lecturers of English in Communicative Language teaching and ELF methodologies sponsored by CCE (Dept. of Higher Education), Govt. of AP, TS and US Embassy. She has also trained about 250 school teachers of AP and TS in (2007) voice modulation, theatre and puppetry for effective classroom teaching.
She was drafted as convenor of Soft skills component for revamped JKC curriculum of government Degree Colleges in 2012 and prepared material and worksheets for imparting soft skills.
She has co-contributed for UG II year General English (2014) textbook and study material of M.A. (Eng Litt) - ELT paper for PRRCDE, Osmania University (2015).
She has co-authored research articles on translations, American war fiction, Human Rights, Media and wormen, and is interested in multidisciplinary approach of Language teaching.
Co-published a book on an anthology of selected Telugu short stories translated into English (2000).
She is also associated with FM Radio, is a member of GHAC (Great Hyderabad Adventure Club), loves travelling, blogging, and of late is into Folk versions of Indian mythology.