|Dr T. Sai Chandra Mouli, a former Professor of English, Railway college, Secunderabad [opted for V/R in March,2008] is a poet, translator, critic. He was a Visiting Fellow at Nagaland University, Kohima [Nov, 2005]. His translations of Telugu poetry and fiction into English are extensively published. He completed translation assignments for institutions of higher learning. Seminar director for two National Seminars [one sponsored by U.G.C] on ‘George Bernard Shaw and His Plays,’ he completed a (U.G.C) M.R.P and delivered plenary lectures in U.G.C National Seminars/Conferences/Workshops. Vice-Chairman of AESI[ Association for English Studies in India] presently, his publications include (edited/co-edited) eighteen anthologies of literary criticism.His third volume of poems 'Hopping on Hope' was launched in University of East Anglia, Norwich,U.K. in November 2015.
Dr Mouli's 25th book titled "Essential Communication Skills for Dynamic Development," has been launched in 60th All India English Teachers' Conference hosted by Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University in Bellary in December 2015.
'Coolie the Sovereign' a Telugu play ['Kuuli Raju' written by Padmabhushan Dr Boyi Bheemanna] translated into English was launched in Sept, 2012. His authored work includes 'Dynamics of Translation: An Indian Perspective', 'Delightful Dawn'&'Graceful Green' [books of poems] , 'Perspectives on Twenty First Century Literary Criticism' and 'Black Lotus' : Telugu Dalit Women's Poetry'. His poems in English carry his pseudonym Sony Dalia. He is a Fellow of Royal Asiatic Society,Great Britain and Ireland. A member on editorial boards of many journals of repute, he is the Chief Editor of VIRTUOSO, a Refereed Transnational Bi-Annual Journal of Language and Literature in English.
He made panel presentations in International Conferences in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (China), Suan Dusit Rajbhat University,Bangkok (Thailand) ,Ateneo De Manila Unversity,Manila (Philippines),Universiti Uttara Malysia, Langkawi, Kedah[Malaysia] and University of East Anglia, Norwich,U.K.