About Sudakshina Bhattacharjee

Sudakshina (a.k.a Kina) Bhattacharjee (neé Mukherjee) was born and raised in west London till the age of 12 and then she had moved to Kolkata, India, for further schooling. SB NewBioPic- small

She then came back to London and graduated with a BA (2:1) Hons in New Media Journalism with Film & TV Studies from Thames Valley University(now known as University of West London) between 2002-2005.

Since then she has worked in several jobs in the print and online media, finance and education sectors.

Till April 2011, Sudakshina has been a lecturer in journalism and psychology at various educational institutions in London. She is also a freelance journalist, a published poet and a textbook author in the subject of Business English with an international publisher.

She also holds a professional diploma in Psychological Therapies and is a certified (PTLLS -Level 4) FE lecturer.

Sudakshina is married to a dental surgeon and now spends her life moonlighting between writing and lecturing roles in London.

Published Work By Sudakshina Bhattacharjee 

Sudakshina Bhattacharjee: Career Profile  

Media Coverage on Sudakshina Bhattacharjee:- 

Author Interview by Birds on the Blog (June 2013)

Author Interview by eFiction India (January 2013)

Author Interview by iLEAD Media Students (November 2012)

Sudakshina’s Goodreads Author Page (November 2012)

Sudakshina’s Author Bio on Kogan Page UK Ltd (November 2012)

Sudakshina on Boloji.com (September 2012)

Lecturer Interview by The Turkish Times (November 2010)

Londoner Interview by the Little London Observationist Blog (2009)

4 Comments About Sudakshina Bhattacharjee

  1. Steve

    Hi Sudakshina,

    I came to take a look at your site after the redesign you’ve advertised on linkedin and twitter.

    I’m using chrome (latest version at this time) and there are some weird things happening that you might want to get fixed:

    1. the second row of the top navigation is shoehorned into the navigation bar in a pretty ugly way – the color highlight is replaced with black, and the hover styling covers up some of the navigation above. I’d either re-style these or try and find a way to cut down the size/number of tabs so you can fit all your navigation on one “row.”

    2. The social sharing buttons that end up at the bottom right of the page start on each page load at the top left, and then fly across the page. If this is the intended effect then okay – it reminds me of geocities circa 1994.

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    1. Sudakshina Bhattacharjee

      Hi Steve,

      Thank you for comments and feedback on my website.

      I will try to sort out the navigation issue that you are talking about.

      The social sharing buttons are meant to fly across the page and I rather like it that way…I wasn’t aware that it could actually remind of an older time.

      Many thanks, once again.

      Sudakshina.

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  2. Ash

    Hi. I happened to read your article that appeared in Times of Oman. I had a comment on the same. Would it be possible for you to give me an email id for contact?

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