Pratibha has over 8 years of teaching experience as an Assistant Professor, and has taught English Language and Literature to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Before joining Sharda University where she has been teaching since October 2015, she has been a faculty at some of the renowned colleges of Delhi University such as Daulat Ram College, Sri Aurobindo College and Shivaji College. She qualified UGC NET in English Literature in the year 2011. She has been a Research Scholar at the Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi from 2013 to 2021. She submitted her Ph.D. dissertation titled Self and Community in Autobiographical Narratives by Dalit Women in the English Translation, in January, 2021 and was awarded M.Phil. degree in 2016 for the dissertation titled A Critical Study of Caste and Gender Dynamics in the Poetry of Meena Kandasamy. Her research focuses on Dalit Literature, though she is also interested in Indian Writing in English and Women's Writing. She has presented papers in 16 Conferences/Seminars at the national as well as the international level. One of her recent paper presentations was at the 55th Annual Comparative Literature Conference: Outcasts and Outliers in Literature, Music and Visual Arts, organised by the California State University, Long Beach. She also has 14 publications in peer-reviewed, UGC-approved and SCOPUS indexed journals. Her most recent paper titled “Dalit Diaspora: Perspectives on Caste, Identity and Migration” was published in The Wenshan Review, a SCOPUS indexed international journal in June 2021. Some of her published papers can be accessed from her Academia Profile at https://sharda.academia.edu/PratibhaBiswas. Pratibha is also a published poet. Her poems have appeared in Open Road Review, The Brown Critique, Earthen Lamp Journal, Verse of Silence literary magazines and an anthology titled The Road Taken. Her poetry e-book on the Amazon Kindle platform, Taboo and Other Poems, was published in April 2020. She was recently invited to recite her poems at the prestigious Kritya Poetry Movement platform.