Third International Conference, 2014

Sadaa Third International Conference, 2014

                                                                                                                              Sadaa®

(Society for Analysis, Dialogue, Application and Action)

(Regn. No. 254/Jaipur/2009-10)

&

Manipal University, Jaipur

 (http://www.jaipur.manipal.edu/)

organize a three day

International Conference

on the theme

Language, Literature & Library:

Disruptive Digressions & Digital Dimensions

 (22-24 January, 2014)

Sub-themes/ Areas of Focus / Key Words:

Changing Roles of Teachers & Librarians

Transforming Libraries & Librarians

Embedded Librarian & Green Libraries

Virtual Libraries

Information Literacy Skills

Data Repositories & Libraries

Connecting Libraries, Classrooms & Curriculums

Blended Learning, Flip Teaching, Hybrid Courses

Personalized Education

Learning Outcomes & Instructional Time

Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing

Teacher Talent v/s Technology Tool

Dubbing, Translating & Subtitling

Transcribing, Transcoding & Transrating Tools

Language Learning & E-translation

Translating Literature v/s Translating Culture

Translating v/s Transcreating

Language v/s Literature

Learning v/s Teaching

 Teachers & Edutechs:  Laggards or Innovators?

 

 Venue:

Manipal University Jaipur,

Dehmi Kalan – 303007

(Near GVK Toll Plaza, Jaipur-Ajmer Express Highway)

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Concept Note:

The conference seeks to reflect on the changing roles of teachers of language and literature along with those of the librarians in the age of digital information. The interaction of teacher, learner and librarian in the process of learning and teaching is bound to lend a fresh look to classroom mechanics, curriculum design and autonomous learning. With the transformation in every sphere of life, information science has rendered libraries limitless and borderless, storage and processing of all forms of communication is made possible through data mining centers and data repositories. The intricate interrelationship of Language, Literature and Library needs to be explored in order to support research in and outside of courses. E-resources and e-tools available for teaching and learning language and literature need to be promoted rigorously and a lot many to be developed to match the needs of a new trans-cultural world and to catch the right flavor of target language and literature. Mechanical e-transformation (e.g. translation) needs to be minimized; teaching, learning and researching need to be mediated; leveraging to be initiated for sustainability; delivery of promises of education technology to be ensured; much less expensive, simpler and convenient alternatives to expensive, complicated and inaccessible products and services need to be offered; user support system to be strengthened; and unpalatable collapse be avoided.

Papers, which discuss the use and development of e-resources and e-tools available for teaching and learning language and literature, and cover any aspect of the effect of educational technology on teaching, learning, classrooms and libraries, are welcome.

Subthemes other than the listed can also be included and a separate panel can be arranged if a group of 5 delegates is formed/ registered.

Speakers @ the Conference:

Dr. Marie Arndt, UK

Prof. Rajul Bhargava, UoR

Prof. R. V. Ram, Shastra U

Prof. Z N Patil, EFLU

Dr. Dhirawit Pinyonatthagarn, SUT, Thailand

Valerie Thompson, Oman

Paul Nicholas, Hereford, UK

 

Manipal University Jaipur: The Manipal Education Group is an inspiring leader in the field of education, research and healthcare. In a span of over six decades, it has transformed the lives of more than 3,00,000 students from over 53 countries. The group includes five Universities - Manipal University (Manipal, Karnataka), Sikkim Manipal Manipal University (Sikkim), American University of Antigua (Caribbean Island), Manipal International University (Malaysia) and Manipal University Jaipur.

The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) in 2011. Manipal University Jaipur, established on an invitation from the Government of Rajasthan, as a self-financed State University, is all set to redefine academic excellence in the region, with the Manipal way of learning, one that inspires students of all disciplines to learn and innovate through hands on, practical experience.

The multi-disciplinary university offers career-oriented courses at all levels, i.e., UG, PG and doctoral and across diverse streams, including Engineering, Architecture,  Planning, Fashion Design, Hospitality, Allied Health Sciences, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Communication, Basic Sciences, Fashion Design and Jewelry Management, etc.  Some PG programmes are also available in the research mode.

The Manipal University campus in Jaipur is home to the best in-class infrastructure, including state-of-the-art research facilities and modern libraries. In line with Manipal University's legacy of providing quality education to its students, the campus uses the latest in technology to impart education.

Jaipur, being one of the fastest growing cities in India, has increasing demand for quality higher education in the region. Following an allotment of 127 Acres of land at Dehmi Kalan village near Jaipur, the permanent campus of the University has come up at a fast pace and is by far one of the best campuses in the region.

 

Sadaa® (Society for Analysis, Dialogue, Application and Action), registered under the Rajasthan Societies Registration Act, 1958 vide Regn. No. 254/Jaipur/2009-10, has been organizing conferences for teacher development and promotion of quality research.  The first international conference was held from 27 to 29 January 2012 on the theme “Behaving Beyond Barriers, Boundaries & Biases: Creativity, Criticality & Communication” in association with the Department of Urdu & Persian, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The second international conference was organized in association with Jaipur National University, Jaipur on the theme E-learning Emancipatory English: Fast Forwarding the Future from 29 to 31 January 2013. Sadaa International Conference on Miniature Paintings being organized from 29 to 31 December 2013 on the theme “Timeless Miniature Paintings” is the part of a separate series of conferences on fine arts and is envisaged as an attempt to create environment for the revival & restoration of the rich traditions of miniature paintings. Sadaa National Conference on Film & Theory was held on the theme “Cinematic Codes: Concerned Communications” from 26 to28 September 2013 in collaboration of S S Jain Subodh PG College, Jaipur.

Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, was founded on 18 November 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber, after whom the city has been named. Jaipur is known as the Pink City of India because of the color used exclusively in the walled city. The city was built on the principles of Shilpa Shastra, the science of Indian Architecture. The city was divided into nine blocks. Two of which contained the state buildings and palaces, while the remaining seven were allotted to the public. Huge fortification walls were built, along with seven strong gates. The directions of each street and market are east to West and North to South. The Eastern gate is called Suraj (Sun) Pol, while the Western gate is called Chand (Moon) Pol. There are three gates facing East, West, and a Northern gate (known as Zorawar Singh gate) which faces toward the ancestral capital of Amber. Jaipur is rich in history and culture. Here the past comes alive in magnificent forts and palaces. The bustling bazaars of Jaipur, famous for jewellery, fabric and shoes, possess a timeless quality and are surely a treasure-trove for the shoppers. This fascinating city with its romantic charm takes you to an epoch of royalty and tradition.

Jaipur has a hot semi-arid steppe climate. Temperature in the month of January varies from 8°C (46°F) to 23°C (73°F).

 


 

 

 

The abstracts of the proposals can be submitted preferably online as MS Office Word 2007 attachment to sadaa.globalconf12@gmail.com or sent to Organizing Secretary, (Sadaa III International Conference), 113/10, Mansarovar, Jaipur-302020 (India). Abstracts should be limited to 200 words. A cover page showing brief bio-data, complete contact address, telephone numbers, email address, institutional affiliations and two references and photograph(s) / jpeg image(s) of the author(s)/ presenter(s) must accompany the submissions. The participation fee* given below is payable with the proposals through DD or can be deposited** online in the Punjab National Bank, Johari Bazar, Jaipur (Rajasthan) – 302003 (India) SB Account No. 355300 0100169797 (RTGS/NEFT IFS Code: PUNB0355300, MICR Code: 302024015) of “Society for Analysis, Dialogue, Application and Action (SADAA). (**Transfer Charges, if any, to be borne by the depositor)

Submission of Abstracts: 15 January 2014

Notification of Acceptance:  17 January 2014

Submission of Full Papers: 20 January 2014

Early Bird Offer: Pre-registration up to 21 December 2013

1. Delegate from India (Manipal Group) - Rs.1300/

2. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate (Manipal Group) - Rs.1000/

3. Delegate from India (Other Institutions)- Rs.1500/

4. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate (Other Institutions)- Rs.1200/

5. Overseas Delegate (SAARC country) - US $200/ or Equivalent

6. Overseas Delegate (non-SAARC country) - US $250/ or Equivalent

 

Pre-registration up to 21 January 2014

1. Delegate from India (Manipal Group) - Rs.1400/

2. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate (Manipal Group) - Rs.1100/

3. Delegate from India (Other Institutions)- Rs.1600/

4. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate (Other Institutions)- Rs.1300/

5. Overseas Delegate (SAARC country) - US $225/ or Equivalent

6. Overseas Delegate (non-SAARC country) - US $275/ or Equivalent

 

On Spot Registration on 22 January 2014

1. Delegate from India (Manipal Group) - Rs.1500/

2. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate (Manipal Group) - Rs.1200/

3. Delegate from India (Other Institutions)- Rs.1750/

4. Student/ Research Scholar Delegate(Other Institutions) - Rs.1400/

5. Overseas Delegate (SAARC country) - US $275/ or Equivalent

6. Overseas Delegate (non-SAARC country) - US $325/ or Equivalent

 

Accompanying Guest - 90% of the applicable fee

 

Subsidized Accommodation on shared basis available for 4 Nights from 21 January to 24 January 2014 to Indian Delegates - Rs. 500 Per Person Per Night

Complimentary Facilities Available to Overseas Delegates:

1.    Accommodation (Single Occupancy/ Double Occupancy) for 4 Nights from 21 January to 24 January 2014 with breakfast

2.    Pick Up and Drop To & Fro - Jaipur Airport

3.    Post Conference Tour

 

Luxury Accommodation can be arranged/ booked on prior intimation and advance payment.

 

One Day Registration Fee for attendance for Delegate from India

With Conference Kit - Rs. 750

Without Conference Kit - Rs. 400

Sadaa® believes in a gesture of personal courtesy and professional respect to our colleagues and hopes that all the delegates will attend all the main sessions and one session each of parallel sessions for the full duration.

Free Bus Available Daily for delegates to and fro Manipal University

From University of Rajasthan Main Gate at 8.00 am on 22 January

From Manipal University at 5.00 pm
From University of Rajasthan Main Gate at 9.00 am on 23-24 January

From Manipal University at 5.00 pm

 

Contact Persons:

Dr. L P Mahawar, Convener +91 9414280324 mahawar.lp@gmail.com

Dr Richa Arora, Organizing Secretary +91 8003599913 richa.arora@jaipur.manipal.edu

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Dr. V. K. Chaturvedi

                                                                                                                                                                                                 President, Sadaa®

Sadaa Third International Conference, 22-24 January 2014

Language, Literature & Library: Disruptive Digressions & Digital Dimensions

Programme Schedule

Day 1: Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Registration: 09:00 AM

Inauguration: 10:00 AM (Auditorium, IC Admin Building)

Chief Guest: Mr. Rajiv Malhotra, President, Infinity Foundation, New Jersey (USA)

Guest of Honour: Sh. C. K. Mathew, Chairman, RSRTC

Key Note Speaker: Dr. Dhirawit Pinyonatthagarn, Professor, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand

High Tea: 11:30 AM (Venue: Central Vista, Ground floor, Admin Building)

Plenary Session-I: 12:00 Noon (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building) - Dr. Eva Marie Arndt

Paper Presentation Session I: 12:45 PM-1.45 PM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Lunch: 01:45 PM (Central Vista)

Plenary Session-II: 2.30-3.15 PM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building) - Mr. Anurag Trivedi

Paper Presentation Session II: 03.15 PM-4.30 PM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Tea:  04.30 PM (Venue: Lobby, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Paper Presentation Session III: 10:00 AM-11.00AM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Tea:  11:00 AM (Venue: Lobby, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Paper Presentation Session IV: 11:15 AM-12.30AM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Plenary Session-III: 12:30 PM - (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building) - Professor Rajul Bhargava

Lunch: 01:15 PM (Venue: Food Court)

Paper Presentation Session V: 02:00 PM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Business Meeting – Sadaa (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Tea:  03:30 PM (Venue: Lobby, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Paper Presentation Session VI: 03:45 PM-4.30 PM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Day 3: Friday, 24 January 2014

Paper Presentation Session VII: 10:00 AM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Tea:  11:00 AM (Venue: Lobby, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Plenary Session IV: 11:15 AM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building) - Prof. R. V. Ram

Plenary Session V: 11:45 AM (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)- Prof. Dinesh Kumar Gupta

Paper Presentation Session VIII: 12:15 Noon (Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building)

Panel Discussion: 01:15 PM

Lunch: 01:45 PM (Food Court)

Valedictory Address: 02:45 PM (Venue: Admission Hall, I floor, Admin Building)- Prof. Z. N. Patil 

Feed Back: 03:15 PM

Certification: 03:30 PM

High Tea:  04:00 PM (Venue: Central Vista, Admin Building)


List of Participants:

Alka Pandey

MUJ

 

 

 

Alpana Gupta

Bodh Shiksha Samiti

Jaipur

guptasag69@gmail.com

 

+91 9785257506

Using E-mail in Teaching Writing at the Under-graduate Level

Arpit Kothari

JECRC University Jaipur

arpitkothari85@gmail.com

+91 9414255113

Importance of Language Laboratory in Teaching Grammar

Arun Dev Pareek

MUJ

 

 

 

Chandan Singh

GC Todabhim/ Sikar

 

+91 9414467783

 

Charu Jain

Ajmer

charu01jain@gmail.com

+91 9461552678

Redefining Education through Technology

Chasul Phogat

BITS Pilani

 

 

Technology Acceptance in Education:

A Research Review

Faisal Naseer

 

Academic

Co-ordinator

SPELT

Karachi

Pakistan

faisalnaseer@live.com

 

+92 3323317797

Creating Energy in ELT Classrooms

 

 

Fargana

 

 

University of Rajasthan

Jaipur

drfargana@gmail.com

 

+91 8058334818

Problems of Translating Urdu Idioms into English

Gaurav Mathur

National Law University Jodhpur

mathurgaurav21@gmail.com

+91 9462569297

Utopia, Dystopia and Data-Topia

Gaurav Thakarar

 

 

Indukala IIM

Charusat U

Changa

Anand Gujarat

gauravthakarar.cs@ecchanga.ac.in

+91 9662762841

Employing Literature as an ELT Device

 

Govind Prasad Goyal

 

IMS Law College

A-8 B, C Block, Institutional Area,

Sector 62, Noida (UP)

 

gpgoyal72@gmail.com

 

+91 9971129012

+91 8376081554

+91 8447971112

Language and Literature:

Wedded or Divorced Relation- An Insightful Study

 

Himani Gehlot

 

GIT

Jaipur

 

verma_himani28@yahoo.com

 

+91 9001510980

 

Expediency Subsumed in Education

 

Kalpana Verma

Translation Studies

Centre for Indian Languages

JNU, New Delhi-110067

verma.kalpna72@gmail.com

+91 8882946350

Cultural Sensibility and Psychological Untranslatability:

A Review of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies

Keshav Nath

JECRC Jaipur

keshav.yuthya@gmail.com

+91 9571848514

Importance of Language Laboratory in Teaching Grammar

Kiran Tiwari

MUJ

 

 

 

Kirti Saxena

 

 

 

 

Krati Sharma

 

 

 

 

Lalit Gehlot

 

SKIT

Jaipur

 

bikaneruniversitylalit@yahoo.com

 

+91 9261159955

+91 9829624368

Expediency Subsumed in Education

 

Malti P Sharma

SKC Sikar

malti.sharma0@gmail.com

+91 9829208312

The ‘Teacher,Taught,Technology’ Triangle

Meenakshi Bhargava

Sikar

malti.sharma0@gmail.com

+91 9829208312

 

Meenakshi Joshi

MUJ

 

 

 

Nalini Saxena

MUJ

 

 

 

Namamee Shankar Bissa

 Sanskrit Edu

Govt of Rajasthan

Jaipur

nbissa@yahoo.com

 

 

Cross-Cultural perspectives in Translating Hindi Proverbs or Idioms into English

Neeru Sharma

 

 

 

 

Neeta Gulati

 

 

 

 

Neeti Mahajan

 

Banasthali University

 

neetimahajan630@yahoo.co.in

 

+91 9414011919

Hybridization of English Literature

 

Omana Antony

 

 

Lingaya’s University

Faridabad

antony.omana.bg@gmail.com

 

 

+91 8800536225

 

Complementary Role of Language & Literature in English Language Acquisition

Paul Nicholas

Hereford

United Kingdom

thepaulnicholas@outlook.com

 

Cross-wiring Brains: the Effects of Digital Technologies, Computer Games and the Internet on the Learning Brain

Preeti Bala Sharma

JNIT

 

 

 

Prerna Vanjani

Anand International College of Engineering

Jaipur

prerna146@yahoo.com

+91 9929782899

Image Makeover of Teacher and Taught in Collaborative Learning Environment

Pushp Lata

 

Department Humanities and Social Sciences

BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan

pushplatabits@gmail.com

+91 9587957418

Why do we need to transform Teaching of English Language to the college students from rural areas?

Rabindra Verma

MUJ

 

 

 

Rajesh Kumar

 

Shri Anar Devi Kandelwal Mahila Polytechnic

Mathura, U.P.

yadunathprasad63@gmail.com

 

Information Literacy and its Importance

 

Rashmi Dadhich

 

 

 

Significance of E-learning in Contemporary Education

Rashmi Gupta

 

 

 

Department of English

Lingaya’s University, Faridabad

rashmigupta0107@gmail.com

+91 9899710233

Green Library: An Emerging Trend

 

Rashmi Mathur

National Law University

Jodhpur

rashmi_mthr@yahoo.com

+91 9414440091

 

Increasing Learner Autonomy in a Web 2.0 Universe

Rashmi Rani

Department of English

Lingaya’s University, Faridabad

ch.skylark@rediffmail.com

 

Is it the Age of Chalk, Duster& Blackboard in the Classrooms anymore?

Ritu Loyal

MUJ

 

 

 

S M Gupta

 

Jaipur

guptasag69@gmail.com

 

+91 9636959874

Using E-mail in Teaching Writing at the Under-graduate Level

Sanjeev Kumar Bansal

 

UPS

Soorajpur

AmariaPilibhit-262001

 U. P.

skb0071979@gmail.com

 

+91 9410381157

 

Role of Talent & Technology in Teaching & Learning of English

Sanjiv Kumar Choudhary

 

Deaprtment of Humanities and Languages

BITS Pilani -Pilani Campus

chskumar@pilani.bits-pilani.ac.in

 

Emerging Challenges in ELT: Need for Teacher Capability Enhancement

 

Santosh Kumar M. Patil

 

V.N.Naik College

Shahada -425423

Nandurbar

sp7045@gmail.com

 

+91 9420604223

Significance of Libraries in the Era of Call

 

Shankar Rao M S

MI T, MU

 Manipal

shankar.rao@manipal.edu

+91 9448548073

Evaluating Moral Values through Literature

Shankar Soni

Sanskrit Edu

Govt of Rajasthan

Jaipur

sonishankar1970@rediffmail.com

 

Can a Virtual Library replace a Traditional Library?

Sharmila Saxena

 

SBS Govt. P G College

 Rudrapur

Uttara Khand 

 

drsharmilasaxena_12@rediffmail.com

 

+91 9410381157

 

Role of Talent & Technology in Teaching & Learning of English

Shyam Bihari Gupta

 

LIA & PRO,

Intellectual Property Office, Patent Office

Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

Dwarka, New Delhi – 110078

 

sbihari82@gmail.com

+91 9899710233

Green Library: An Emerging Trend

 


Sunita Jakhar

107, AWHO Col. Ambabari

 Jaipur-302039

sunitm4@gmail.com

+91 9829308618

Interpreter of Maladies: A Multicultural Interface

Swapna K.S.

MIT

sgs.swapna@gmail.com

+91 9901014448

Coping Strategies of Survival in Adverse Circumstances during II World War

Tungesh GM

Department  of Humanities and Management Manipal Institute of Technology Manipal

tungeshgm@gmail.com

+91 9900770771

Defamiliarization of Texts and Estranging the Reader: A Pedagogic Perspective

Vijay Lakshmi

MIT

 

 

 

Vinod Kumar Bairwa

 

SRP Govt. College

 Bandikui

vinod94143@yahoo.in

 

+91 9414300816

 

Modern & Emerging Trends in ELT

Vipin Sharma

 

Lingaya’s University

Faridabad

vipinaravali@gmail.com

 

+91 9911137400

 

Blended Learning

 

Yashoda Kumari

MUJ

 

 

 

Yogesh Raman Patil              

 

 

Arts College Bamkheda

Bamkheda

T.T. - 425423

 Shahada Nandurbar

patilyr@gmail.com

 

+91 9420604223

               

Significance of Libraries in the Era of Call

 




 

Shraddha Srivastava,Department of English,Saraswati Mahila Mahavidyalay, Palwal (Haryana)                                                                                                       

profshraddhasrivas@gmail.com  

Teaching   and Learning of Language

PAPER PRESENTATION SCHEDULE:

Paper Presentation Session I:

Day 1: Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Time: 12:45 PM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session II:

Day 1: Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Time: 03.15 PM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session III:

 Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Time: 10:00 AM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session IV:

Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Time: 11:15 AM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session V:

 Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Time: 02:00 PM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session VI:

 Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Time: 03:45 PM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session VII:

Day 3: Friday, 24 January 2014

Time: 10:00 AM

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building

 

Paper Presentation Session VIII: Day 3: Friday, 24 January 2014

Time: 12:15 Noon

Venue: Classroom-II, First Floor, Banking Section, Admin Building


PARTICIPANT WISE SCHEDULE:


Alpana Gupta

Bodh Shiksha Samiti

Jaipur

guptasag69@gmail.com

 

+91 9785257506

Using E-mail in Teaching Writing at the Under-graduate Level

PPS II

Charu Jain

Ajmer

charu01jain@gmail.com

+91 9461552678

Redefining Education through Technology

PPS III

Chasul Phogat

BITS Pilani

 

 

Technology Acceptance in Education:

A Research Review

PPS I

Fargana

 

 

University of Rajasthan

Jaipur

drfargana@gmail.com

 

+91 8058334818

Problems of Translating Urdu Idioms into English

PPS IV

Gaurav Mathur

National Law University Jodhpur

mathurgaurav21@gmail.com

+91 9462569297

Utopia, Dystopia and Data-Topia

PPS VII

Gaurav Thakarar

 

 

Indukala IIM

Charusat U

Changa

Anand Gujarat

gauravthakarar.cs@ecchanga.ac.in

+91 9662762841

Employing Literature as an ELT Device

 

PPS III

Govind Prasad Goyal

 

IMS Law College

A-8 B, C Block, Institutional Area,

Sector 62, Noida (UP)

 

gpgoyal72@gmail.com

 

+91 9971129012

+91 8376081554

+91 8447971112

Language and Literature:

Wedded or Divorced Relation- An Insightful Study

 

PPS III

Kalpana Verma

Translation Studies

Centre for Indian Languages

JNU, New Delhi-110067

verma.kalpna72@gmail.com

+91 8882946350

Cultural Sensibility and Psychological Untranslatability:

A Review of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies

PPS V

Keshav Nath

JECRC Jaipur

keshav.yuthya@gmail.com

+91 9571848514

Importance of Language Laboratory in Teaching Grammar

PPS II

Lalit Gehlot

 

SKIT

Jaipur

 

bikaneruniversitylalit@yahoo.com

 

+91 9261159955

+91 9829624368

Expediency Subsumed in Education

 

PPS II

Malti P Sharma

SKC Sikar

malti.sharma0@gmail.com

+91 9829208312

The ‘Teacher,Taught,Technology’ Triangle

PPS V

Namamee Shankar Bissa

 Sanskrit Edu

Govt of Rajasthan

Jaipur

nbissa@yahoo.com

 

 

Cross-Cultural perspectives in Translating Hindi Proverbs or Idioms into English

PPS IV

Neeti Mahajan

 

Banasthali University

 

neetimahajan630@yahoo.co.in

 

+91 9414011919

Hybridization of English Literature

 

PPS VIII

Omana Antony

 

 

Lingaya’s University

Faridabad

antony.omana.bg@gmail.com

 

 

+91 8800536225

 

Complementary Role of Language & Literature in English Language Acquisition

PPS II

Prerna Vanjani

Anand International College of Engineering

Jaipur

prerna146@yahoo.com

+91 9929782899

Image Makeover of Teacher and Taught in Collaborative Learning Environment

PPS VII

Pushp Lata

 

Department Humanities and Social Sciences

BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan

pushplatabits@gmail.com

+91 9587957418

Why do we need to transform Teaching of English Language to the college students from rural areas?

PPS VII

Rajesh Kumar

 

Shri Anar Devi Kandelwal Mahila Polytechnic

Mathura, U.P.

yadunathprasad63@gmail.com

 

Information Literacy and its Importance

 

PPS VI

Rashmi Dadhich

 

 

 

Significance of E-learning in Contemporary Education

PPS I

Rashmi Gupta

 

 

 

Department of English

Lingaya’s University, Faridabad

rashmigupta0107@gmail.com

+91 9899710233

Green Library: An Emerging Trend

 

PPS VIII

Rashmi Mathur

National Law University

Jodhpur

rashmi_mthr@yahoo.com

+91 9414440091

 

Increasing Learner Autonomy in a Web 2.0 Universe

PPS VI

Rashmi Rani

Department of English

Lingaya’s University, Faridabad

ch.skylark@rediffmail.com

 

Is it the Age of Chalk, Duster& Blackboard in the Classrooms anymore?

PPS I

Sanjiv Kumar Choudhary

 

Deaprtment of Humanities and Languages

BITS Pilani -Pilani Campus

chskumar@pilani.bits-pilani.ac.in

 

Emerging Challenges in ELT: Need for Teacher Capability Enhancement

 

PPS V

Shankar Rao M S

MI T, MU

 Manipal

shankar.rao@manipal.edu

+91 9448548073

Evaluating Moral Values through Literature

PPS III

Shankar Soni

Sanskrit Edu

Govt of Rajasthan

Jaipur

sonishankar1970@rediffmail.com

 

Can a Virtual Library replace a Traditional Library?

PPS VIII

Sharmila Saxena

 

SBS Govt. P G College

 Rudrapur

Uttara Khand 

drsharmilasaxena_12@rediffmail.com

 

+91 9410381157

 

Role of Talent & Technology in Teaching & Learning of English

PPS V

Shraddha Srivastava

Department of English

Saraswati Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Palwal (Haryana) 

profshraddhasrivas@gmail.com                                                                                                         

 

Teaching   and Learning of Language

 

PPS III

Sunita Jakhar

107, AWHO Col. Ambabari

 Jaipur-302039

sunitm4@gmail.com

+91 9829308618

Interpreter of Maladies: A Multicultural Interface

PPS VII

Swapna K.S.

MIT

sgs.swapna@gmail.com

+91 9901014448

Coping Strategies of Survival in Adverse Circumstances during II World War

PPS VI

Tungesh GM

Department  of Humanities and Management MIT,  Manipal

tungeshgm@gmail.com

+91 9900770771

Defamiliarization of Texts and Estranging the Reader: A Pedagogic Perspective

PPS VI

Vinod Kumar Bairwa

 

SRP Govt. College

 Bandikui

vinod94143@yahoo.in

 

+91 9414300816

 

Modern & Emerging Trends in ELT

PPS II

Vipin Sharma

 

Lingaya’s University

Faridabad

vipinaravali@gmail.com

 

+91 9911137400

 

Blended Learning

 

PPS IV

Yashoda Kumari

MUJ

verma.yashoda@yahoo.com

 

Globalization: A Cognitive Approach to Communication

PPS IV

Yogesh Raman Patil           

 

 

Arts College Bamkheda

Bamkheda

T.T. - 425423

 Shahada Nandurbar

patilyr@gmail.com

 

+91 9420604223

           

Significance of Libraries in the Era of Call

 

PPS VIII

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