Prof. M G Prasuna

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

Comparative Literature, English Language and Literature, Minority Literature
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani
Hyderabad Campus
Jawahar Nagar, Kapra Mandal
Dist.-Medchal-500 078
Telangana, India
  • Ph.D (English) – Osmania University,
  • M.Phil. (English) - Hyderabad Central University,
  • M.A.(English)  - Osmania University
  • M.A (Telugu) – Osmania University                                  
Teaching and Administrative Experience : Over 30 years 
About the Faculty
M.G. Prasuna is currently Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at BITS Pilani- Hyderabad Campus. She has over 30 years of academic and administrative experience in various institutions in Hyderabad. She joined the Hyderabad campus in  February, 2009. Her doctoral thesis  is in the area of Comparative Literature. The topic of her Ph.D is ‘Quest for a New Order: A Comparative Study of Select Novels of D.H.Lawrence and Chalam’. ( Osmania University, 1999). 
Besides teaching, Prof. Prasuna has actively played an administrative role in various capacities at  BITS as – Head of the Department ,  Faculty Incharge for Publications  and Media Relations; Group Leader of Languages Group; Faculty Incharge for campus placements;  Member of Senate;  Chairman-Departmental Research Committee;  Member- Committee for Combating Sexual Harassment; Faculty Incharge for Brundaavanam Telugu Samithi, etc.  As an active researcher, she has been guiding students and faculty members in their research leading to Ph.D. degree of the Institute. Prof. Prasuna has travelled across India and to several countries abroad to present papers at prestigious conferences. She has conducted workshops on soft skills, research methodology etc and delivered talks on invitation at various universities in India. Prof. Prasuna is also a qualified vocalist in Carnatic music. She is an auditioned artist of All India Radio and Doordarshan. She has been an active Rotarian. Her other interests include Minority studies and Translation Studies.