I graduated from The Mother's International School, New Delhi, in 2007 and topped my school in the Humanities section.
I graduated with distinction and obtained my B A Hons degree in English Literature from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi in 2010. I consistently stood first in college and second in South Campus, University of Delhi.
I graduated with distinction and obtained my M A degree in English Literature from Lady Sri Ram College, University of Delhi in 2012. I stood second in South Campus and fourth in University of Delhi.
At IIT Delhi, I have completed my coursework with a CGPA of 9.5, I have cleared my Comprehensive Examination and am in the process of writing my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr Stuti Khanna.
The courses that I took up here were:
Indian Writing in English (Prof Rukmini Bhaya Nair)
Contemporary Critical Theory (Dr Arjun Ghosh)
The European Renaissance: Selfhood and Survival (Dr Angelie Multani)
Interpretation of Texts: Popular Culture (Prof Saugata Bhaduri, JNU)
I also completed a Mini Project on a comparative study between different contemporary adaptations of the Draupadi narrative across short stories, novels and novellas, under Dr Stuti Khanna.
In 2012, I cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by University Grants Commission of India that makes me eligible to teach English in any University across India.
In 2009, I obtained the Diplôme d'études en langue française with 90 per cent, for French A 1 level, from Alliance Française de Delhi.