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Dr. Md Rakibul Islam
  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.QUALIFICATION

    B.A.(Hons.) English, M.A. (English), PG Diploma in Linguistics, Ph.D., NET/JRF.

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.DESIGNATION

    Assistant Professor

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.THRUST_AREA

    Legal Language, English Language and Literature

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.ADDRESS

    Quarter No.-09, Aligarh Muslim University, Murshidabad Centre, Jangipur Barrage, Ahiron Halt, Murshidabad, West Bengal, Pin.-742223

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.MOBILE

    9267689833

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.EMAIL

    mdrakibulislam1989@gmail.com

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.TIME_TABLE

    Time Table (BALLB-SECOND SEMESTER)BALLB 3rd Semester 2022BALLB 1st Semester 2022BALLB FIRST SEMESTER

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PROFILE:  Dr. Md. Rakibul Islam has been working as an Assistant Professor of English at Murshidabad Centre of Aligarh Muslim University for more than six years. He has been teaching legal language to B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) students since 19th December 2015. Before joining this centre, he has also worked as an Assistant Professor of English at Malappuram Centre of Aligarh Muslim University. His area of specialization is postcolonial/diaspora literature, and his area of interest is Legal Language, African-American Literature, Canadian Literature, South Asian Literature, and Linguistics. Dr. Islam has published several research papers in various national/international journals and edited books. He has also co-edited a book entitled Diaspora Poetics in South Asian English Writings published from Cambridge Scholar Publishing, England. Dr. Islam is presently working on Rewriting Resistance: Caste and Gender in Indian Literature and War, Violence and Trauma Narratives in Literature to be published from Vernon Press, America, and Perception Publishing House, India, respectively. Besides these, he has also attended different webinars organized by Cambridge Assessment English and Oxford University Press on various academic issues such as teaching, learning, engaging-motivating students, etc. He is the in-charge of the publication committee at Murshidabad Centre, AMU. He is also working as a review member of an International journal, The Criterion: An International Journal in English

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Plaint and written statement sample
02/04/2020
Syllable
02/04/2020
Stress and word stress
02/04/2020
Rules of word stress
02/04/2020
Morphology, Unit=I
09/04/2020
Word-formation Process, Unit-I
09/04/2020
Legal Words' List, unit-II
13/04/2020
Characteristics of Legal Language, Unit-II
13/04/2020
Legal Language (Unit-II): Definition, Origin, Nature and Scope
13/04/2020
Case Diary, Unit-III
19/04/2020
Drafting, Pleading, Plaint, and Written Statement, Unit-III
19/04/2020
Unit-IV: Phonetics and IPA Symbols
24/04/2020
UNIT-I, Chekhov and His Life
07/11/2020
UNIT-I, IN THE COURT (ANALYSIS)
07/11/2020
Unit-I, In the Court (Summary)
07/11/2020
Unit- In the court (analysis of the text)
07/11/2020
Unit-I, Background of 'in the court' and figure of speech
07/11/2020
Unit-I Capek and His Life
07/11/2020
Unit-I Summary of Mr. Havlena's Verdict
07/11/2020
Unit-I Critical Analysis of Mr. Havlena's Verdict
07/11/2020
UNIT-I MR. Frankfurter and His LIFE
07/11/2020
Unit-I Critical Analysis of 'Advice to.....in the Law'
07/11/2020
Unit-I Interpretation of 'Advice to.....in the Law'
07/11/2020
Unit- Mr Frankfurter and His Life
07/11/2020
UNIT-II Homonym
07/11/2020
UNIT-II Homophone
07/11/2020
Unit-II Legal Maxims
07/11/2020
UNIT-II Phrasal Verb
07/11/2020
Unit-III Format of Complaint
07/11/2020
Unit-III Affidavit
07/11/2020
Unit-III Formats of Affidavit
07/11/2020
UNIT-III Bail Application
07/11/2020
Unit-III Format of Bail Application
07/11/2020
Unit-III Format of Complaint (2)
07/11/2020
UNIT-II Important Legal Terminologies
07/11/2020
UNIT-III COMPLAINT
07/11/2020