Ruth Zarzomawi Hauzel

Associate Professor, English and other languages, GSHS, HYD | | |

Ruth Z Hauzel is an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Other Languages. She completed PhD, MPhil, and MA in English Language Education from The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad. Additionally, she serves as an Assistant Director, Training & Competency Development at the GITAM Career Guidance Centre. Prior to her PhD, she worked as an Assistant Manager-Learning & Development at HSBC. She has published research articles based on second-language classroom

Research Publications
  • Hauzel, Ruth Z., & Pattnaik, T. (2024). Digital Skills and Gender Equality., Vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 105–110.
  • Hauzel, Ruth Z. ., & Pattnaik, T. (2023). Gender equality in the workplace post-COVID-19. 13(2), 41–49.
  • Hauzel, Ruth Z. (2022). Rethinking Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age. Dogo Rangsang Research Journal, UGC Care Group I Journal ISSN : 2347-7180 Vol-12 Issue-08
  • Hauzel, Ruth Z., & Pattnaik, T., Nethi, S. (2022). Mother Tongue Interference on English Speaking Skills: A Case Study on School Students In India, IATED, ISBN: 978-84-09-45476-1, pp. 2959-2966.,
  • Hauzel, Ruth Z. (2022). From the Classroom to Online Teaching: A Teacher’s Perspective. All India Network of English Teachers (AINET), Nagpur, ISBN: 9788193068403
Authored Books
  • Enabling Writing through Reading in Second Language Classroom: A Case Study (2022), Mittal Publications
  • English All Round. Communication Skills for Undergraduate Learners – 1 (2021), Orient BlackSwan
  • SWAYAM Course: Modules on Reading Skills (2021) – MOOC Annual Preparatory Programme for Enhancement of Academics and Revision (APPEAR) in English for Class XII.
  • Functional English - I (2019) - Dr. BR Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad
  • English Language and Literature: Critical Perspectives (2017), Edited Book - GITAM Deemed to be University Press, Hyderabad
  • English Language Teaching
  • Multilingualism and Multiliteracy
  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • Language and Culture (LAC)
  • Intercultural Communication
Ruth Zarzomawi Hauzel