English as Second Language Studies
Professor Dr. Chanchala K. Naik

Education

MA (Utkal University)
PhD (North Eastern Hill University)

Contact Details

Telephone:  +91 9441885048 (M), 040-27689492 (O), 040-27071474(R)
Email: chanchalaknaik@gmail.com
chanchala@efluniversity.ac.in

Biography

Born and brought up in Orissa, I completed my graduation and post graduation from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and joined Balikuda College as a lecturer in the year 1984. In 1988, I moved to Mizoram with family and got my PhD degree from the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong in 1995. I left NEHU and joined CIEFL, Hyderabad in 2006.

Teaching

I taught at Balikuda College, Orissa as a Lecturer from 1984 to 1988 and then in Govt. Women’s College, Aizawl as a Senior Lecturer from 1988 to 1996. Simultaneously, I taught as a guest faculty in NEHU, Mizoram Campus, in the Department of English from1990-1996. In 1996, I joined NEHU, Tura Campus in Meghalaya as a Reader and worked there till 2002. I joined the then CIEFL, Shillong Campus as a Reader In 2002 and became a Professor in 2004. In 2006, I joined the CIEFL, Hyderabad Campus as a Professor in the ESL Department.

Positions Held

Lecturer: 1984 - 1 992
Senior Lecturer : 1992- 1996
Reader: 1996 – 2004
Professor: 2004 - till date

Research Interests

Second Language Pedagogy, Culture and Pedagogy, Critical Pedagogy, Bi/Multilingual Education, Language Planning, Women’s Writing, Indian Writing

Research Supervision

PhD: Completed-8. Under progress-8 (As on 15 May, 2015) M. Phil.: Completed-15

Projects

Co-ordinator, UGC Special Assistance Programme (SAP). Thrust area of research: “Contemporary ELT Studies and Training”. Focus is on improving teaching learning of English at secondary school level.

Publications

Book

1. Naik, C. K. (Ed.). 2005. Writing Difference: The Novels of Shashi Deshpande. Delhi: Pencraft International.

Articles

1. Naik, C. K. (2011). Linguistic Imperialism and Education: The Need for a Socially Sensitive ESL Pedagogy. In Mishra, A. K. et al edited Issues in Teaching-Learning Second and Foreign Languages: With Special Reference to North East India. (pp.72-88). New Delhi: Lakshmi Publishers.

2. Naik, C. K. (2009). Mapping the Territory: Typicality, Collaboration and Resistance. In Shailendra Kumar Singh edited Rethinking Multilingualism: Issues and Problems. (pp. 325-339). Guwahati: EBH Publishers.

3. Naik, C. K. (2007). Democracy and Emancipation: Reading Lincoln through Gandhi. In William D. Pederson and Frank J. Williams edited Creative Breakthroughs in Leadership. (pp. 268-278). Delhi: Pencraft International.

4. Naik C. K. (2005). Moving On: In Search of Individual Autonomy and Self-realization. In C. K. Naik edited Writing Difference: The Novels of Shashi Deshpande. (pp. 217-227). Delhi: Pencraft International.

5. Naik C.K. (2004). Epic Theartre, Narrative and Representation: Making Visible the Invisible in Life of Galileo”. In The Atlantic Critical Review, Vol. 3, No. 1 January –March, 137-150.

6. Naik C. K. (2003). Identity and the Social self. In K. C. Baral and P. C. Kar edited Identities: Local and Global. (pp. 65- 77). Delhi: Pencraft International.

7. Naik C. K. (2002) Mansfield Park and the Non-heroic Battle: A Study of its Protagonist. In D.C. Chambial edited Poetcrit, Vol. XV, No. 1, 19-26.

8. Naik C. K. (2002). Breaking the Silence: A Journey from Subjection to Selfhood in Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter. In K.C. Baral edited Interpretation of Texts: text, meaning and interpretation. (pp.146-156). Delhi: Pencraft International.

9. Naik C. K. (2000). The Critical Sutra (A Review of Kapil Kapoor’s Literary Theory: Indian Conceptual Framework. (pp. 25-26). University News, 38/14.

10. Naik C. K. (2000). Rural India in Transition: A Study of Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve. In M. D. Bhatanagar and M. Rajeshwar edited Indian writings in English. (pp.15-26). New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers.

11. Naik C. K. (1995). Effective Teaching of English in Mizoram: A Need for Teacher Training and Learner- Centred Teaching Approaches. In Gautam Banerjee and S. Ganguly edited ELT at Crossroads. (pp.121-128). Calcutta: Linkman.

12. Naik C. K. (1993). Woman and Society: The Changing Status of Women in Indo-Anglian Fiction. In Asian Profile Vol. 21, No.4 August,: 317-323

13. Naik C. K. (1992). Desire and Death in Anita Desai’s Cry the Peacock. In Triveni, Vol. 61, No.1 January- March,: 13-21

Conferences, seminars, lectures, invited talks

International Conferences/Seminars

1. Participated in a 3-day international Conference on the theme “Cultures of Memory: Mnemocultural Practices in South East Asia” and presented a paper entitled “Cultural Memory as History: Examining the Odia ‘Boita Vasana’ and ‘Khudurkuni’ as Mnemohistory”, organized by the EFL University, Shillong Campus, Shillong and CIL, Mysore during 7-9 November, 2013.

2. Participated in the International Conference organised by the British Council, The English and Foreign Language University, Hyderabad, the ELTAI (English Language Teachers’ Association of India) and supported by IATEFL, Testing, Evaluation and Assessment Special Interest Group (TEASIG) and Teacher Training and Education Special Interest Group (TTE SIG) during 3-5 March, 2012.

3. Participated in the 3-day International Conference on “World Languages and North East Languages: Convergence, Enrichment or Death?” and presented a paper titled “Towards a Socially Sensitive ESL Pedagogy in North East” organized by the Department of Linguistics of the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong in collaboration with the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, NEC, Shillong and ICSSR, Delhi, during 18-20 March, 2009.

4. Attended the 4-day International Conference on “Democracy in Our Time: The Past and Future of the Enlightenment”, organised by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Vadodara, organised at Varanasi, during 18-21 December, 2008.

5. Participated as a Resource Person in the 3-day National Conference on “Literature as Social Discourse” and presented a paper titled “Literature as Social Discourse: Understanding Code as Collaboration/Resistance in Indian Fiction”, organised by the Department of English, Abeda Inamdar Senior College, Pune in collaboration with the Department of English, University of Pune, Pune, during 10-12 March, 2008.

6. Attended the International Conference on “Thinking Territory: Affect and Attachment Towards Land in South Asia”, organised by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Vadodara, held at Goa, in collaboration with the Department of English, Goa University, Goa, during 16-19 December, 2007.

7. Attended the International conference on “Knowledge-Systems in a Climate of Creativity: Indian Perspective”, organised by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Vadodara, held at Udaipur, Rajsthan in collaboration with Vidya Bhwan Rural Institute, Udaipur, and presented a paper titled “Democracy and the Discourse of Emancipation: Reading Lincoln through Gandhi”, during 17-20, December, 2006.

8. Attended the International Conference on “PASSAGES: English Studies in the Region” organized by the East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh and presented a paper titled “Developing ESL Learners’ Oral Proficiency and Confidence in Conversation: An Interactive Approach” during 15-16 April, 2006.

9. Attended the International Conference on” The Art and Politics of Subversion: Theory in a Counter Mode” organised by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, Baroda and the Department of English, Mangalore University, and presented a paper titled “Writing as Subversion: J. M. Coetzee’s Foe” , during 14-17 December, 2005.

10. Attended the RELC International Seminar on “New Dimensions in the Teaching of Oral Communication” organised by the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore and presented a paper titled “Language Teaching and Drama: Using Drama Techniques for Teaching Oral Communication”, during 17-20 April, 2005.

11. Attended the International Seminar on “Dialogics of Cultural Encounters”, organized by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, M S University of Baroda and the Andhra University, Visakhapatanam, and presented a paper titled “Dialogic of Culture and Women’s Cultural Identity”, during13–16th December, 2004.

12. Attended the International Seminar on “ Rethinking Modernity” organized by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, MS University of Baroda and Rajasthan University, Jaipur, 2003 and presented a paper titled “Modernity and Ambivalence: Tracing Darkness in To the Light House”, during 14-17th December,2004.

13. Attended the International Seminar on “Constructing Identities: Local and Global” organized by the Forum on Contemporary Theory, MS University of Baroda and the CIEFL, NE Campus, Shillong and presented a paper titled “Autonomy and Indeterminacy of Identity: Some Reflections on Small Remedies”, during 15 –18th December , 2002.


National Seminars:

1. Attended the One-day National Seminar on “Teaching English at the Secondary School Level: Issues and Strategies”, organised for the secondary school English teachers by the Department of ESL Studies of the EFL University, Hyderabad on 27th February, 2015.

2. Participated as a resource person and a key note speaker in the 3-Day National Seminar on the theme “New Worlds, New Words: Cultural Paradigms in New English Literatures” organised by the Department of English, Shree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Kochi, Kerala and delivered the keynote address on the topic “Cultural Paradigms in Australian Literature” during 28-30 January, 2015.

3. Participated in the two- day national seminar on “Quality Education” and presented a paper entitled “Linguistic Imperialism and Teacher Education: the Need for a Socially Sensitive ESL Pedagogy”, organised by the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi and the English and foreign languages University, Hyderabad, during 16-17 November, 2009.

4. Organized a 2-day National Conference on “Bridging the gap between Teaching and Learning” organized by NCFTE in collaboration with EFL University during 16-17 November, 2009 and presented a paper entitled “Linguistic Imperialism and Teacher Education: the Need for a Socially Sensitive ESL Pedagogy”.

5. Participated as a Resource Person in the 3-day National Level Conference on “Literature as Social Discourse” and read a paper titled “Literature as Social Discourse: Understanding Code as collaboration/resistance in Context”, organised by the Department of English, Abeda Inamdar Senior College, Pune in association with University of Pune, during 10-12 March, 2008.

6. Attended the National Seminar on “Theory in the Indian Context: Generating New Dynamics”, organized by the Deptt. Of English, Tezpur University, Assam and presented a paper titled “Reading Theory: Reading Women. An Indian Response to Feminism” during 27-28 April, 2006.

7. Attended the National Seminar on “Mass Media and Challenges of 21st Century with Reference to Northeast India” organized by the CIEFL, NE Campus during 21-22nd February 2005.

8. Attended the National Seminar on “Foreign Language Teaching: Millennium Implications” organized by the CIEFL, NE Campus, during 22-23rd October 2003.

9. Attended the UGC sponsored State level Seminar on “Critical Theory and Teaching of English Literature at Under Graduate Level” organized by F.M. Autonomous College, Balas ore, Orissa and presented a paper titled “Elizabethan Drama”, on 22nd December 2003.

10. Participated in the National Seminar on “Narrative and Representation” organized by the Department of English, Mizoram University, Aizawl and presented a paper titled “Epic Theatre, Narrative and Representation” during 7-8th November, 2002.

11. Participated in a National Seminar on “Rivers and Cultures” organized by the IGRMS, Bhopal and the North Eastern Hill University, Tura Campus, and presented a paper and presented a paper entitled “Rivers and Cultures of Northeast”, during 28-29th September 2000.

12. Attended the National Seminar on “Interpretation of Texts: Text, Meaning and

13. Interpretation” organized by the CIEFL, NE Campus, Shillong and the Department of English, NEHU, Shillong and presented a paper titled “Breaking the Silence: A Journey from Subjection to Selfhood in Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter”, during18-20th October, 2000.

14. Attended the National Seminar on “Garo Language and Literature” organized by The Department of Garo, NEHU, Tura Campus and presented a paper entitled “Tracing Women’s Voices in Garo Poetry”, during 7-8th May 1999.

15. Attended the first National Conference on “Teaching of English in Mizoram” organized by the Govt. of Mizoram, and presented a paper titled “Effective Teaching of English in Mizoram: the Need for Teacher Training and Learner-Cantered Teaching Approaches”, during 31st May to 2nd June, 1994.


Workshops

1. Participated as a resource person in a 2-day National Workshop organized by the EFL University, Shillong Campus, Shillong on the theme “Research on Tribal Languages in North East India” and spoke on “Multilingualism and Indigenous Languages of North East India” during 6-7 November, 2013.

2. Participated in the 3-day workshop organised by the Department of Materials development, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, on the theme “Academic Publishing in ESL: An International Workshop”, during 3-5 December, 2007.

3. Participated as the chief Resource Person, in the 2 day Workshop, on the theme “ELT Pedagogy and the English Textbooks at the Tertiary Level”, organized by the ELTI, Guahati Centre, Assam, during 19-20 March, 2008.

4. Participated in the 3-day workshop organised by the Department of Materials development, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, on “Academic Publishing in ESL: An International Workshop”, during 3-5 December, 2007.

5. Participated in the 2-day workshop organized by the CIEFL, Northeast Campus, Shillong on “Material Production for Training of Primary and Middle School Teachers of Northeast”, during 6-7th July 2005

6. Participated in one day Workshop organized by AIRC, the American Centre Kolkata and the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, on “A Fine Silver Thread: Essays on American Writing and Criticism by James Tuttleton, on 11th October, 2004.


Extension Lecture

1. Delivered a lecture to the research scholars of the Department of English, Mizoram University, Mizoram on the topic “Feminist Writing and Research in North East India” on 12th January, 2015.

2. Delivered a lecture to the P.G. students and research scholars of English, Department of English, Jammu University, and the UG students of English, Govt. Women’s College, Jammu, on the topic “Functional English and Pedagogy” on 30th August, 2014.

3. Delivered 2 lectures to the participants of an Orientation Programme organised by the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong on the topic “Critical Pedagogy and English Language Teaching” on 8th November, 2013

4. Delivered a lecture to the P.G. and Undergraduate students and research scholars of English, Department of English, Govt. Janata College, Nanded on the topic “Language, Culture and Pedagogy” on 9th May,2013.

5. Delivered 2 lectures, one to the PG students and research scholars, and the other to the Undergraduate students of English, Department of English, Tezpur University, Assam on the topic “Bilingual Education and Second Language Pedagogy” on 1st March, 2012.

6. Delivered a lecture to the P.G. students of English, Department of English, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar on the topic “Critical Pedagogy and English Studies in India” on 23 August, 2011.

7. Delivered lectures on the topic “ELT Pedagogy” as part of an Orientation Training Programme, organized for a group of English teachers at Satyodayam, Hyderabad, during March, 2008.

8. Delivered lectures to the Participants of the U. G. C. sponsored Refresher Course organised by the Department of Assamese Literature, Guwahati University, Guwahati, on the theme “Feminism in Regional Literature” on 27th November, 2007.

9. Delivered lectures at the LOKD College, Assam on the topic “Language, Culture and Identity” as part of the UGC sponsored Programme, on 5th December, 2006.

10. Delivered lectures at Rangia College, Assam on “Developing Learners’ Communicative Skill in English at Undergraduate Level” as part of the UGC sponsored programme on 5th December, 2006.

11. Delivered Lectures at the 4days’s Orientation Programme organised by the Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan at Jairampur, Arunachal Pradesh during 20-24 October, 2005.

12. Delivered lectures at the UGC sponsored Refresher Course for College and University teachers organized by the CIEFL, NE Campus, Shillong, during November 2003.

13. Delivered lectures at the UGC sponsored Refresher Course for College and University teachers organized by the Department of English, Mizoram University during1st week of July 2003.

14. Delivered lectures at the UGC sponsored Refresher Course for College and University teachers organized by the Department of Garo, NEHU, Tura Campus, during 13-15the December 2001.

15. Delivered lectures at the UGC sponsored Refresher Course for College and University Teachers organized by the Department of English, NEHU during 18-23 October 2001.

Administrativ Experience

1 Coordinator, UGC Special Assistance Programme (SAP), Deptt. of ESL Studies, EFL University, Hyderabad from May, 2013 till date.

2. Dean, Foreign Students, EFL University, Hyderabad from October, 2013 till date.

3. Dean, Hostels and Guest Houses, EFL University, Hyderabad from March, 2012to October, 2013.

4. Warden, Women’s Hostel, EFL University, Hyderabad from August 2007 to September, 2oo8.

5. Warden, Women’s Hostel, CIEFL, Hyderabad from March, 2007 to July 2007.

6. Head, Department of ESL Studies, EFL University, Hyderabad from December, 2008 to December, 2011.

7. Coordinator, IGNOU Study Centre (1819), CIEFL, North East Campus, Shillong from July, 2002 to July, 2006.

8. Head, Department of English, North Eastern Hill University, Tura Campus, Tura from 1996 to 2002.

9. Head, Department of English, Balikuda College, Balikuda (Orissa), from1984 to 1988.

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Professor Dr. K. Amaliraj

Education

MA (Madurai)
B.Ed. (Madras)
PGCTE
PGDTE
M.Litt
Ph.D. (CIEFL)

Contact Details

Telephone:  040-27689444
Email: amalirajk@gmail.com

Biography

Completed my Ph.D on Bilingual Education in 1993, and joined the Department of ESL Studies in the same year.

Worked as Associate Professor, Department of Education, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia from September 2005 to September 2008

Teaching

High school and undergraduate level - 7 years

Post-graduate and research level - 20 years

Research Interests

Bi/multilingual education, classroom research and teacher education

Publications

1. Modern English communication – Textbook published at St. Mary’s Press, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, 2008

2. Enhancing the communicative function of teacher talk to develop a pedagogic model for SL/FL instruction. Proceedings of the third annual national conference on teacher education in Ethiopia: Prospects and challenges, June 2008

3. Multilingual education: Towards access, equity, and opportunity. Languaging Volume 1 May, 2010.

4. Article titled “A Pedagogic Model for SL/FL Instruction to Enhance the Communicative Function of Teacher Talk” in Appa Swami Jasti, Jayanth Kasyap and Aparna, P (Eds). A Taste for English Language and Literature in Honor of V.V.N. Rajendra Prasad, 2013

Conferences, seminars, lectures, invited talks

1. Co-authored a Paper titled “Language Endangerment or Survival? A case study of the Sociolinguistic, Cultural and Cognitive aspects of a Preliterate community – an Emic Perspective” presented at a Conference on Endangered Languages at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA, July 2011

2. Presented a paper titled “Praxis and Dialogue -- Creating Opportunities for Critical Pedagogy” at a National Conference on Teacher Education at Puducherry organized by The Azim Premji Foundation, Bangalore October 2012

3. Keynote Address: “A Paradigm shift in ELT – Empowerment of the English classroom Teacher” at a Two-day Conference on teacher education, Vasavi College of Engineering , February 2013

4. Keynote address as Chief Guest: Two-day seminar on “Learner-Centered and Communicative Model of Teaching English as a Second Language” Madurai Kamaraj University, Center for Educational Research, February 2014

5. CLT – A Pedagogical Perspective: paper presented at a Two-day seminar on “Learner-Centered and Communicative Model of Teaching English as a Second Language” invited talk at Madurai Kamaraj University, Center for Educational Research, February 2014

6. Functional English for INA Cadets: invited talk at a Two-day workshop on “English Communication Skills for INA Cadets” February 2014

7. The Relevance of English for Science: paper presented at a Two-day national conference on “Relevance of English, Mathematics and Management Sciences to technical courses” MGIT April 2014

8. Language and content editing for publication purposes: invited talk at Academic staff college, MANUU April 2014

Other interests

Reading, music, embroidery

Professor Dr. R. Kishore Kumar

Education

MA (Osmania), PGCTE, PGDTE, MLitt, PhD(CIEFL)

Contact Details

Telephone:  08099033710
Email: kishorekumar@efluniversity.ac.in , drrkishorekumar@gmail.com

Biography

I am an English Language Teaching Practitioner and I started my career as a lecturer in Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University in 1992. Later, in June 1993, I joined the then Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad. After working in the Department of Distance Education for thirteen years, I joined the Department of ESL Studies where I am working at present.

I have experience of teaching overseas. I worked as an English expert in the Laos-India Centre for English Language Training at Vientiane, Laos for two years (from 1 August 2007 to 31 July 2009). Before that, I Coordinated and taught on the English Language Training programme for Officials at Yangon, Myanmar in 2003 and Hanoi, Vietnam in 2004.

Teaching

My teaching experience includes, among other things, training school and college teachers, developing materials for training teachers, developing proficiency course materials, research guidance, corporate training, teaching English at all levels to Indians and foreign nationals in India, teaching ESP courses to foreigners in three South-East Asian countries.

Research Interests

Areas of Research interests: Andragogy and Language Learning, English for Specific Purposes, Materials Development, Teacher Education, Teaching English through the Distance Mode and Online learning

Projects:

Member, Technical Committee on Recognition of Prior Learning in English Language. The National Literacy Mission Authority, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. (2012- 2013)

Coordinator, English Communication course, National University Students’ skill Development Programme. Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India (2013 – to date)

Research supervision:

Research Guidance in the Area of English Language Teaching

Total Number of Candidates: 24 (MPhil – 12; PhD – 12)

M Phil Total: 12

PhD Total: 12 {4 (completed) 8 (in progress)}

Publications

Kishore Kumar et al. 2014. English Communication Course. Student Activity Book -1. National Univerisity Students’ Skill Development Programme. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Kishore Kumar et al. 2014. English Communication Course. Teacher’s Handbook -1. National Univerisity Students’ Skill Development Programme. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Kishore Kumar. 2013. ‘Teaching Paragraph Writing: Some Observations’ In Patil, Z.N.,Sudhakar Marathe, Atul Patil (eds.) Aspects of ELLT. Essays on Theory, Practice and Experimentation in English Language and Literature Teaching in India and Elsewhere. Hyderabad: The EFL University pp213 -219

Kishore Kumar et al. 2011. Strengthen your Steps. A Multimodal course in English Communication Skills (for JNTU Kakinada). Hyderabad: Maruti Publications.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2011. Internet -2. (Third edition) English Textbook for First year Intermediate Course. Hyderabad: The English and Foreign Languages University.

Kishore Kumar. 2010. “Face-to-Face Support in Helping Distance Learners Learn English” In Languaging Vol 1.No.1.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2010. Internet -1. (Third edition) English Textbook for First year intermediate Course. Hyderabad: The English and Foreign Languages University.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2008. Internet -1. (Second edition) English Textbook for First year intermediate Course. Hyderabad: The English and Foreign Languages University.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2006. (First edition) Internet -1. English Textbook for First year intermediate Course. Hyderabad: The English and Foreign Languages University.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2005. Secondary Course English. New Delhi: National Institute of Open Schooling.

Kishore Kumar et al. 2005. Advanced Reading Skills. Hyderabad: Central University of Hyderabad.

Kishore Kumar.2005. Psychology for Language Teachers. Hyderabad: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Textbook Class 1. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Textbook Class 2. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Textbook Class 3. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Textbook Class 4. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Textbook Class 5. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Workbook Class 1. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Workbook Class 2. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Workbook Class 3. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Workbook Class 4. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. Real – Life English Workbook Class 5. Hyderabad: Vikram Publications.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2005. A Practical course in communication Skills. Hyderabad: Board of Intermediate Education.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 2004. Developing Language Skills. A course for Navodaya Vidyalaya Teachers. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University

Kishore Kumar et al.2000. Functional English. Hyderabad: Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open University

Kishore Kumar et al. 1995. Methods of Teaching English. Block II. Hyderabad: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.

Kishore Kumar et al.1995. Methods of Teaching English. Block III. Hyderabad: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.

Kishore Kumar et al.1995. Materials for the Teaching of English. Block III. Hyderabad: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.

Kishore Kumar et al.1995. Materials for the Teaching of English. Block IV. Hyderabad: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.

Kishore Kumar et al.1993. Activity book for Undergraduate English Language Students. Nasik: Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University.

Kishore Kumar and Hariprasad. 1993. English for Science and Technology Students. Nasik: Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University.

Awards

Awarded RELO E-Teacher Scholarship for doing an online teacher training course (2014).

Conferences, seminars, lectures, invited talks

January 2015 – National conference on ELT at ELTIS, Mumbai. Moderator for Panel discussion on ‘Nurturing Writing in the Classroom’.

June 2014 - National Seminar at Kakatiya Government College, Hanmakonda, Telangana. Plenary speaker,topic: Using ICT for Classroom Teaching

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