Dr. Dayanath Singh

Assistant Professor

Ph. D. in English [English Language Teaching Problems and Remedies (With Special Reference to Bihar)]

N/A comm@ismpatna.ac.in

Experience: Approx. 10 Years

Brief Profile:

  • M.A. in Linguistics, JNU, New Delhi, in 1993.
  • NET in Linguistics, 2014
  • Teaching Phonetics & Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Semantics as Guest Faculty, in the Department of Functional English, B.N. College, Patna, PU, since 2010.
  • Teaching Communicative English and Personality Development in the Department of BBM, A.N. College, Patna, PPU since 2017

Workshops / Guest Lecture Organized:

A National Translation Workshop organised by School of Translation Studies and Training, IGNOU, New Delhi & Department of English, Patna University from 28th January to 2nd February 2013.

Conferences Attended

  • A UGC-sponsored National Seminar on “Plurality of Religion, Culture and Language: Comparative Perspectives organized by the Post Graduate Department of English & Research Centre Magadh University Bodh-Gaya (Bihar) India, on Feb. 3-4, 2018.
  • A National Seminar-cum-Workshop on Teaching Practice: Trends & Issues organised by the Department of Education, AMU Centre Kishanganj (Bihar) during February 26-27, 2015.

Journal / Book Chapter Publications

  • Resurrecting Translation Blended with Semantics and Pragmatics in ELT: A Functional Impetus to Multilingual Learners in India published in ‘The Literary Pearls’ (Volume-5, 2017), an annual international refereed research journal of English Language and Literature in December 2018.
  • Wrote a paper ‘PRAGMATICS: AN APPROACH TO ELT IS THE NEED OF THE HOUR’ to be published in ‘The Literary Pearls’ (Volume-4, 2017), an annual international refereed research journal of English Language and Literature.
  • Wrote a research paper ‘Integrated Structural-Functional Grammar-An Approach to ELT: Its Implications for Teaching English Grammar in Bihar’ for ‘The Literary Pearls’ (Volume-3, 2015), an annual international refereed research journal of English Language and Literature.
  • Wrote a Self-Learning Material (SLM) on ‘Elementary Linguistics and the Structure of English Language’ for M.A. English, Part I, Paper VIII (Course 108), Nalanda Open University, Patna (Bihar) in 2015.