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NELTA 18th International Conference   Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA) is organising its 18th International Conference on 16-18 February, 2013 Conference Phase I and 20-21 February, 2013 Conference Phase II.  The Conference is a professional get together of a large number of ELT practitioners, experts, textbook/material writers, teacher trainers, etc. from all parts of Nepal and abroad.  The participants at the conference are usually ELT professionals from public as well as private educational organisations and from all levels of education - primary to university. The theme of the Conference is ‘Transformations in ELT: Contexts, Agents and Opportunities’. Papers can be submitted in the following sub-themes and other topics related to ELT. ·         Multi-modality in teaching English ·         Method, methodology and pedagogy development ·         Content integrated language teaching ·         Developing reading and writing skills differently ·         Te
    A Two-Day National Conference on The Frontiers of English Literature & The Patterns of English Language Teaching (9 th & 10 th November 2012) Organized by Discipline of English Studies Department of M & H, MGIT Supported by Industry-Institute Partnership Cell (IIPC-MGIT, Funded by AICTE) In association with English Language Teachers’ Association of India, Hyderabad Chapter   Venue: Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology (Affiliated to JNTUH, Accredited by NBA, AICTE, New Delhi), Gandipet,   Hyderabad-75. e-mail: website: Topics for the Conference: ·    Literature in Language Classroom ·    Use of Technology in Teaching English ·    Designing Curriculum for English Language Teaching ·      Soft skills Training for Young Graduates ·    Employability skills and Industry needs ·    Innovative trends in ELT ·    Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation of Eng