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8 th International Conference and 44 th Annual ELTAI Conference Organized by SRM University, Chennai In collaboration with the English Language Teachers’ Association of India 18 - 20 July 2013 ( Thursday, Friday & Saturday) University website: ELTAI conference website : Theme: 21 st Century Learner: Learning Styles and Strategies SUB-THEMES FOR PRESENTATION Ø Learning Resources Ø Rural and Urban Learners Ø Self Directed Learning Ø Learning Strategies of Good Language Learners Ø Slow Learners Ø Linguistics and Language Learning Ø Psychology of Language Learning Ø Learning disabilities Ø Learning Technologies Ø Evaluation of Learning Outcomes Ø Development of Thinking Skills Ø Globalization and Language Learning Ø e Learning Ø Diagnostic Testing and Remedial Teaching… so on CALL FOR PAPERS Proposals are invited from English language teachers and researc
National Seminar On “Novelist as Social Reformer: Charles Dickens and the Dickens of India (Mulk Raj Anand)” 02-03 March, 2013 Besant Hall, B.T. College, Madanapalle, Chittoor Dt. (AP )       Dickens is not only the first great urban novelist in England, but also a great moralist and a perceptive social commentator who uses fiction effectively to criticize economic, social, and moral abuses in the contemporary society. As a social commentator, Dickens sees the need for the reform of English society urging that the wealthy and privileged exhibit a greater humanitarianism towards the poor and the vulnerable. In his novels of social analysis he becomes an outspoken critic of unjust economic and social conditions thereby exposing the ills of the industrial society including class division, poverty, bad sanitation, privilege and meritocracy and the experience of the metropolis. If his early novels expose isolated abuses and shortcomings of individual people, his later no
TUMKUR UNIVERSITY,  TUMKUR,  KARNATAKA , INDIA Department of English University College of Arts & Centre for Education and Research International Conference On   Research Trends in English Studies 26 th & 27 th  July 2013 The Conference The aim of the Conference is to deliberate upon Research trends in English Studies. English Studies in Departments of English in Indian Universities and abroad has  undergone radical changes in the post colonial context. In the present crisis in English Studies, it is time to assess Research Trends in the area and look forward for changes. So the conference is organized to discuss the challenges the English studies are facing. Objectives of the conference The conference will have deliberations from experts and research scholars on emergent research trends in English Studies in Indian Universities and abroad. Discussion themes         English studies after ‘Orientalism’         Subaltern St
COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE CONFERENCE 3-4 April 2013 A two-day international conference conference will be held at Telangana University, Nizamabad  (AP) on 3 & 4 April, 2013.  The program will include plenary lectures, panel discussion, paper-reading sessions, book release function, creative writing session and a book exhibition.   THEME: New Dimensions in Contemporary Commonwealth Literature Sub-themes: Emergence of Subaltern Literature,  Women's Writing Today,  Indian Diasporic Writing Abstracts of 100--150 words to be sent  to the organisers as early as  possible. Latest by 25 Feb. 2013.   Acceptance will be sent within a week of the receipt of the abstract. Publication Papers presented at the conference will be published in the prestigous  bi-annual journal 'The Commonwealth Review'  The journal, with ISBN, has an international standing. Registration Fee Rs 1,000 Plus Rs 200 ISCS Fee.   DD to be sent in favour of  'Indian Society of Commonweal