Wednesday, 13 February 2019

JU Editing and Publishing Course 2019 - Tentative Schedule

Please find the class schedule for the months of January and February 2019 at:

This post will continue to be updated as the rest of the classes are finalized.

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

JU Editing and Publishing Course 2019 - Class Project

The details of the project that needs to be done by students of this course can be found at: Please read the details very carefully.

The “auction” of the companies will be conducted by Somnath Basu on Tuesday, 19 February 2018, at 6 p.m. Late-comers will have to make do with what is left at the time of their arrival.

In order to avoid confusion, a Google Document has been created where students are expected to list the members of each group formed. Please note that a group should have at least three and at most five people (ignore the brief which says that groups of two are allowed). Please access the document at: and add the names of all the members in the second column - the group number is not important. Currently, there are entries for ten groups as there are only ten publishers.

Monday, 4 February 2019

Editorial Positions – Taylor and Francis India

Taylor & Francis Group, a leading international academic publishing company, currently have an exciting opportunity for Editorial Assistants to join the company in New Delhi. This position presents an excellent opportunity to gain a thorough introduction to global higher academic publishing in a varied and demanding role that works across a range of subjects and will provide experience of research markets.

The Editorial Assistant is responsible for:

• Supporting the editor(s) they report to in achieving the agreed revenue and profitability targets for their list(s).
• Performing Editorial Assistant tasks as required, including managing and delivering the agreed handover targets for the list/editor, facilitating reviews of book proposals, maintaining internal records, processing contracts, and handling author queries.
• Liaising with key stakeholders, both internal and external.

Skills and behaviours required:

* Excellent team-working skills, and a collegiate approach to working
* Calm and logical response under pressure
* Ability to multi task, combined with ability to prioritize appropriately
* Good solution finding and decision-making
* Ability to build relationships
* Ability to handle and communicate information sensitively and professionally

Qualification required:
• Any graduate/post-graduate.
• This is an entry-level position but prior experience in publishing would be desirable though not essential.

The positions are based in the New Delhi offices of Taylor & Francis.

Interested candidates can apply here:

Please mention your current and expected CTC in the cover letter.

Friday, 1 February 2019

Editorial Positions - Classklap

ClassKlap (a K-10 publishing house) is urgently seeking editors. The job openings are in Pune and Bangalore. Freelance editing positions are also available. Experience is not mandatory, but skill is. Interested candidates may mail their CVs and cover letters to

Job Vacancy - ITC Corporate Communications Unit

Role: Digital Storyteller, ITC Corporate Communications Department

Vacancies: 1

Location: Kolkata

Qualification: A post graduate degree in English / Communication / Journalism

The Job: If you are a brilliant digital storyteller, we are looking for you. Of course, a great command over the English language would help. There are innumerable fascinating stories from ITC, waiting to be told on websites, social media platforms, digital newsletters, and e-mails. The possibilities are endless and exciting for the right candidate.

The Ideal Fit: If you already have an impressive kitty of work across websites, blogs, and other social media platforms, spread over at least 5 years, we would love to take a look at it.

Desirable: At ITC’s Corporate Communications Department, there is lots to do in the digital sphere. So be prepared to multi-task, handle diverse teams and agencies, and meet stringent deadlines.

Remuneration: Commensurate with the best in the industry. Not a constraint for the ideal candidate.

Please send your resumes to if you are interested. 

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

EditPub 2019: List of Selected Candidates

1.   Anubhav Pramanick
2.   Arijit Narayan Chaudhuri
3.   Avery Banerjee
4.   Ayana Bhattacharya
5.   Banhi Sarkar
6.   Debanjana Das
7.   Gargi Ghosal
8.   Garima Upadhyay
9.   Hena Sarkar
10.  Ishita Chatterjee
11.  Ishita Sen
12.  Jhilam Roy
13.  Mahasweta Das
14.  Meghmala Bhattacharya
15.  Mohana Pramanik
16.  Nandini Roy Choudhury
17.  Niharika Ghosh
18.  Paramika Banerjee
19.  Priyanjali Bhattacharya
20.  Rhishita Das
21.  Rohan Munshi
22.  Rushati Mukherjee
23.  Sambit Pal
24.  Sananda Gopalakrishnan
25.  Sanchita Saha
26.  Santanu Das
27.  Sayani Chakraborty
28.  Sayari Debnath
29.  Sejuti Bala
30.  Shalini Chakraborty
31.  Somrita Banerjee
32.  Srishti Guha
33.  Sulagna Sutradhar
34.  Sulka Munot
35.  Suneha Ghosh
36.  Vinaya Kumari T. L.

Waiting List:

1. Chandrima Mukhopadhyay
2. Triparna Pain
3. Arunava Banerjee

Admission to the course will take place on Monday, 14 January 2019 from 5:30 pm in the classroom of the School of Cultural Texts and Records (see below). The course fee of Rs 10,000 is to be paid preferably on the same day or by Monday 21 January.  The fee may be paid through demand draft only payable in Kolkata, made out to the ‘The Registrar, Jadavpur University’.

Unless specified, most EditPub classes will take place in the classrooms of the School of Cultural Texts and Records. These rooms are located on the top floor of the Rabindra Bhavan building (next to Darshan Bhavan), five minutes' walk from Gate No. 5 (see below)

Monday, 31 December 2018

Announcement - Editing and Publishing Course 2019

The list of applicants selected for admission to the Certificate Course in Editing and Publishing 2019 will be uploaded here by 8th January 2019. Classes are tentatively expected to begin on 15th January 2019.