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  Current Positions
  Work experience
  Education
  Supervision of Dissertations / Language Technology software
  
UG/PG Courses Taught
  Publications
  Conference Presentations
  Awards/Medals
  Technical skills
  Online Certificates

  Address
Dr.Pankaj Dwivedi
( PhD, MA, BSc. )

L-JRO ( Group ‘A’ Gazetted )
Room no. 217, First Floor,
Central Institute of Indian Languages
(MHRD, Dept.of Higher Education, Govt. of India),
Manasagangotri, MYSORE-570 006,
KARNATAKA, INDIA.

E.mail  : pankaj.linguistics@gmail.com , headnts@gmail.com
Mobile : +91-8699255458
Office  : +91-821-2515018
 
 Current Positions
  • Officer In-Charge, National Testing Service – India, MHRD, GOI.
  • Overall In-Charge, Hindi Teaching Scheme (CIIL, Mysore) of Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI.
  • Officer In Charge, Educational Technology Unit, CIIL Mysore.
  • Secretary, Town Official Language Implementation Committee (Hindi), Mysore District.
  • Principal i/c, Urdu Teaching and Research Centre, Lucknow, Gomati Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
 Work experience
  • Working as L-JRO in Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore from February 2016 onward.
  • Worked as an Asst. Prof. at Department of Computational Linguistics in Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha, Maharashtra-India from August 2014 onwards to April 2015.
  • Worked as a Teaching Assistant at Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, Punjab from August 2011 till February 2016.
  • Worked as an Assistant Professor (Professional Communication and Linguistics) at Dept. of Applied Sciences & Humanities in GLA University, Mathura (U.P.) from September 2009 to June 2011.
 Education
  • PhD in Linguistics in 2019 from Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, Punjab, India.
    (Dissertation : Phonology and Sociolinguistics of Kanauji)
  • M.A. in Linguistics in 2009 from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
    (Dissertation : Attention and Language Processing in Mind)
  • B. Sc. (Chemistry and Mathematics) in 2006 from CSJM University, Kanpur, India.
  • Diploma in Chinese Language in 2008 from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
 Supervision of Dissertations / Language Technology software
  • Marathi Verb Generator by KiranKhanderav (MA dissertation +software).
  • E-learning and MOOCs by RakeshRanjan (MA dissertation and E-learning platform).
  • Devanagri to IPA converter ( MA dissertation + software) by VishwanathSarvey.
  • Automatic Generation of Question Papers for Engineering Students (BE in CSE final year project + software) by Tapan Shankar R, Meghana B, Sushaini H, Sudeep B R
  • English to Indian Sign Language Converter (BE in CSE final year project + software) by Sri Lakshmi Abhijna Venkata Rao, Vinay Nayar, Yash Ponanna, and Asha M R
 UG / PG Courses Taught
  • Technical Writing, Professional Communication, Business Communication, Spoken English, Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology, Natural Language Processing, Introduction to Language and Linguistics, Speech Processing, Introduction to Linguistics, Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology, Fundamental of Linguistics, Laboratory Phonology, Corpus Linguistics and Professional Communication
  Publications

    Book Chapters

  1. Kar, Somdev and Dwivedi, Pankaj (2018). Code-Mixing and Code-switching in Kanauji. In Tatiana, O and Mishra, G. (Ed.). Annals of Hindi Studies. MGAHV, Wardha (Forthcoming)
  2. Dwivedi, Pankaj, and Kar, Somdev (2018). Phonology of Kanauji. In G. Sharma (Ed), Advances in Hindi Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics (pp. 189-220). Munich: Lincom Europa. (LINK)
  3. PankajDwivedi& co-authors (2017). How to deal with students from diverse backgrounds. In Smith, R.; Podwad, A. & Bullock, D. (Ed.). ISBN 978-0-86355-884-9, British Council, UK.
  4. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2017). A module on Morphophonemics: In Mukharji, T. and Tondon, N. (Ed) Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics. Subject English EPG, Pathshal, UGC, MHRD, New Delhi. Introduction to Linguistics & Phonetics (https://epgp.inflibnet.ac.in/view_search.php?&category=19568&ft=et)
  5. Asija, S &Dwivedi, P. (2015). Effective communication the Classroom. In V.K. Yadav (Ed.) Elements of teaching and learning. ISBN: 9789351072867. Elsevier
  6. Papers

  7. Dwivedi, Pankaj and co-authors (2019, May 23-24). Designing an Adaptive Question Bank, Question Paper Generation and Automatic Retrieval Management System. In Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering – 2019, N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Mangalore (Accepted and forthcoming in Springer-Nature series "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing).
  8. Dwivedi, Pankaj and Kar, Somdev (2017). On Documenting Low Resourced Indian Languages: Insights from Kanauji Speech Corpus. Dialectologia, 19, 67-91.
  9. Dwivedi, Pankaj and Kar, Somdev (2016). Kannauji of Kanpur: A brief overview. ActaLinguisticaAsiatica, 6(1): Kanauji of Kanpur: A brief overview (https://revije.ff.uni-lj.si/ala/article/view/4535)
  10. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2012) Swami Vivekananda on Language. Pabuddha Bharat: Swami Vivekananda and World Culture. Vol. 118, No.1, pp.109-117, ISSN 0032-6178.
  11. Edited Books/Glossaries

  12. Dwivedi, Pankaj (ed.) (2016) CONCEPT BASED CONTINUUM OF GRADED SYLLABI (CCGS). Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore. ISBN: 9788173431715.
  13. Dwivedi, Pankaj (ed.) & Mishra, Awadesh, K. (2017) Glossary of Evaluation Terms: Bengali-English &Englsih - Bengali. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore. ISBN: 9788174431791
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  15. Dwivedi, Pankaj (ed.) (2017) अनुस्तरितपाठ्यक्रमोंकासंकल्पनाआधारितसातत्यक Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languaages, Mysore. ISBN: 9788173431746
  16. Dwivedi, Pankaj (ed.) (2017) Glossary of Evaluation Terms: Telugu-English &Englsih - Telugu. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languaages, Mysore. ISBN: 9788174431784
  17. Balakumar, M &Dwivedi, Pankaj (ed.) (2016) Glossary of Evaluation Terms: Odia-English &EnglsihOdia. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languaages, Mysore. ISBN: 978-81-7343-173-9
  18. Book Reviews

  19. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2012) Review of Sarangi, Srikant and Candlin, Chirstopher N. (2011) Handbook of Communication in Organizations and Professions. Linguistlist, 23(3898), Sep 19, 2012. Review of Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions ( http://linguistlist.org/pubs/reviews/get-review.cfm?SubID=4553762)
  20. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2013) Review of Schnurr, Stephanie (2012) Exploring Professional Communication: Language in Action.Linguistlist 24(2738), April 4, 2013. Review of Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions ( http://linguistlist.org/pubs/reviews/get-review.cfm?SubID=4553762 )
  21. Translation

  22. 18. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2017) Translated Balaramayanafrom English to Hindi under Neo-Literates & Children Literature Materials Bank Project, CIIL Mysore and EMESCO, Publisher, Hyderabad.
  23. News Paper Articles

  24. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2011 August 27). ‘B’ Silent or ‘b’silent, pp-7,Yuva Sambad, Sambad: Odisa
  25. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2013 March 2). Idiomatic Order, pp.7, YuvaSambad, Sambad: Odisa

 Conference Presentations
  1. Dwivedi, Pankaj (2019, March 22-24). From Kanauji to Kanpuria: Language shift and Change in Kanpur. In 43rd PENN Linguistic Conference. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. USA (accepted)
  2. Dwivedi, Pankaj and co-authors (2018, December 5-7). A ComprehensiveReview of SignLanguage TranslationSystems. In 40th International Conference of Linguistic Society of India.
  3. Dwivedi, P; Kavitha, R. and Raghvan, K. S. (2016, December 8-11). Multipurpose Indian Language Evaluation System and Question Bank. In India International Science Festival (IISF -2016) - Young Scientists’ Conclave (YSC), New Delhi.
  4. Dwivedi, Pankaj and Kar, Somdev (2016, September, 14-16). Sociolinguistics and Phonology of Kanauji. In International Conference on Hindi Studies, INALCO, Paris. Kanauji of Kanpur: A brief sociolinguistic report ( https://ichs2015.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/11 )
  5. Chand, G., Kar, S., Dwivedi, P. & Kumar, N. (2013, October) Endangering a language: A study of language contact and language loss. In seminar on Endangered and Lesser Known languages. Lucknow University, Lucknow.
  6. Dwivedi, P.; Chand, G. &Kar, S. (2013, November). Technological approaches to linguistic documentation and meta-Documentation. In 34th Annual International Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal. Kathmandu, Nepal.
  7. Dwivedi, P & Singh, P. (2013, November). Working memory model: A critical observation through Language-Lens. In 35th AICL & 1st ICOLSI. Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, November 27-29, 2013 (presented by Parman Singh)
  8. Tilak, R., Bhrati, D.K. &Dwivedi, P. (2009) Biophysics of Speech Sound Production. In the conference proceedings of 31st All-India Conference of Linguists (AICL), University of Hyderabad, India.
  9. Submitted dissertation titled ‘Attention and Language Processing in Mind’ as a part of M.A. in Linguistics

 Awards / Medals
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development –Senior Research Fellowship for PhD (MHRD-SRF) at IIT Ropar
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development –Junior Research Fellowship for PhD (MHRD-JRF) at IIT Ropar
  • University Grants Commission – National Eligibility Test for Lectureship in Linguistics (UGC-NET) in June 2009
  • Awarded Gold Medal for standing 1st in order of merit in MA in Linguistics, 2009
  • Awarded Travel Grant by European Commission to participate in INNET Summer School on Technological Approaches to the Documentation of Lesser-Used Languages’ held from September 1-14, 2013 at Gniezno, Poland.
 Technical skills
  • Computing skills : Operating System Environment: Windows, MS Office, Regular Expressions.
  • Speech software skills : Audacity, PRAAT, Wave surfer, ELAN, Peak etc.
  • Research tools and databases : SPSS, and other academic & research tools
  • Language skills : Hindi, Indian English and Chinese
  • Membership of Professional bodies : Linguistic Society of India (LSI), Linguistic Society of Nepal (LSN) The English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI)
 Online Certificates
  • Successfully completed (with Distinction) an online “MOOC: Phonetics, Phonology and Transcription (Spring 2013)” in the Virtual Linguistics Campus conducted by University of Marburg, Germany.
  • Successfully completed (with Distinction) online MOOC on “ToolBoX for Data Sciences” conducted by John Hopkins University, USA on Coursera Platform.
  • Successfully completed (with Distinction) online MOOC on “R programming” conducted by John Hopkins University, USA on Coursera Platform.
  • Successfully completed (with Distinction) aMOOC on Programming for Everybody: Python conducted by Michigan University, USA on Coursera Platform.
  • Successfully completed an online MOOC titled “Lang101x: Language Revival - Securing the Future of Endangered Languages” conducted by The University of ADELAIDE through edX on September 25, 2015.

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