Swatantra is a faculty in the area of Communication. Her research and teaching experience exceeds the span of a decade during which she has taught courses related to communication and literature at both graduate and postgraduate level. She has extensive experience in training as she regularly conducts training sessions at MDPs, FDPs and customized Workshops designed for the Corporate.
An alumnus of Dayalbagh Educational Institution (Deemed University), Agra Swatantra has written around ten books which include a book series Rills of Grammar and Remedial English Language (Sultan Chand and sons). Her book Spoken English and Translation especially meant for the students of Hindi background has been widely appreciated. She has deliberated on varied topics in more than a dozen International and national conferences and half a dozen of her articles are published in leading magazines and journals.
Her current areas of research interest are Non-verbal Communication, Role of artifacts in Impression Management, Persuasive Communication and NVC in Advertisements.
Lord Krishna as an OD practitioner in Srimadbhagvadgita in Vedic Foundations of Indian Management (New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House, 2012)
From AurobindoAkroydGhose to Sri Aurobindo : Making of a Mystic Seer Poet in JELL : Journal of English Language and Literature 2010
Journey of Soul towards the Supreme in the Poetry of SantKabir in Spindle and the Wheel (New Delhi : Adhyayan Publishers, 2010)
Listening unuttered Messages : A key to Interpersonal Success in Soft Skills : Key to Professional Excellence (New Delhi : Global Vision Publishing House, 2010)