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CIIL Staff

 
Educational Qualification Areas of interest
Previous Teaching and Research Experience: Major Publications: Books:
Current Responsibilities Papers
Current Projects Specific Interests and Hobbies

Educational Qualification:
Ph.D. Diploma in Law
Diploma in Journalism

Previous Teaching and Research Experience:
  • UGC JRF at Annamalai University, 1977-81. Worked for Ph.D. on "Relative Clauses in Kannada".
  • Project Assistant at CIIL, 1982-83. Worked on "Soliga Language"
  • Research Assistant with Anthropological Survey of India at Port Blair, 1983-90. Worked on "Tribal Languages of Andaman".

Current Responsibilities:
Preparing a comprehensive plan for studies in Chattisgarh region.

Current Projects:
Developing a format for computation analysis of Kannada.

Areas of interest
Tribal Education   · Syntax   · Traditional Theories   · NLP

Major Publications: Books:
  Primers in Soliga and Onge Languages.

Papers
Three papers on Relative clauses in Kannada.
  Twenty one Ethnographic reports in the volumes of People of India.

Specific Interests and Hobbies
  General Reading · Tourism

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