Vol 5, Spl.Issue 3, 2018

       

 

 

 

 

Two-Day National Seminar on
LANGUAGE OF LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Organized by: DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (22nd & 23rd Nov,2018)

J.M.J. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
 Tenali

VOL 5, Spl. Issue 3, 2018

Editor-in-Chief: Prof M.Suresh Kumar

 Page No.

  POST-COLONIAL INDIAN SETTING IN KIRAN DESAI’S NOVELS

Prof. M.Suresh Kumar1, Mrs. Y. Sumithra2

1(Associate Professor of English, Department of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.)

2(Research Scholar, Department of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.)

 

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  THE RICHNESS OF THE TELUGU LANGUAGE WITH REFERENCE TO GENRE “NOVEL”

Dr.B. Sujatha

(Principal, DRNCVS College,  Chilakaluripet)

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Page 4-7
IMPORTANCE OF LITERATURE AND CULTURE

        M.Aruna 

(Department of Zoology,JMJ College for Women (Autonomous), Tenali.)

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Page 8-10
CULTURE IN LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING

Dr. G. Sujatha

(Lecturer in English, The Hindu College, Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh.)

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Page 11-16
HISTORY AS FICTION IN AMITAV GHOSH’S  RIVER OF SMOKE

Dr.Shakeela Noorbasha

(Department of English, ANU College of Architecture & Planning, Acharya Nagajuna Unversity.)

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Page 17-20
TECHNOLOGICAL  INFLUENCE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE IMPACT ON LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT

P.Ramesh

(Lecturer in Loyola College, Vijayawada)

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Page 21-23
LITERATURE—THE REFLECTION OF LIFE

Rama Devi, M. Jyothi , T. Dinesh Rani

(Departmentof English,  IIIT, SKLM.)

(Department of English , IIIT, SKLM.)

(Department of   English , IIIT, SKLM)

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Page 24-25
THE LANGUAGE OF LITERATURE AND CULTURE AS PORTRAYED IN THE NOVELS OF AMULYA MALLDI

Subhashini

(Lecturer in English, A.N.R. College, Gudivada-521301, Krishna Dt., AP.)

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Page 26-29
NEED FOR INTERCULTURAL SENSITIVITY IN ENHANCING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

K.V.B. Ravindra Babu1 , Prof. K. Ratna Shiela Mani2

1(Research Scholar, ANU & Asst. Professor, VFSTR, Guntur.)

2(Research Supervisor, Dept. of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.)

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Page 30-34
COMMUNICATIVE APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE TEACHING

Dr.K.Jaya Raju

(Head, Deparment of English, S.G.K Government Degree College, Vinukonda.)

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Page 35-38
LANGUAGE IS CULTURE AND CULTURE IS LANGUAGE

N.Sudhakara Rao

(Head, PG Department of English,TJPS College, (PG Studies), Guntur.)

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Page 39-42
INTERDEPENDENCE OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: A LINGUISTIC STUDY

Dr.Gomatam Mohana Charyulu1, Ganesh.D2

1(Associate Professor of English,Department of Sciences and Humanities,VFSTR (Deemed to be University)

Vadlamudi, Guntur AP.)

2(Department of Sciences and Humanities,VFSTR (Deemed to be University)

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Page 43-46
EFFECTIVE USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS IN ENGLISH TEACHING

G.S.S. Kumar

(Lecturer,College of Education,GHAT,Sebha University,LIBYA.)

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Page 47-50
A CRITICAL ASPECTS  IN TEACHING  ENGLISH LANGUAGE

G.B.Ramesh

(Associate Professor,Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University,Saudi Arabia.)

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Page 51-54
BACK TRANSLATION AS A TESTING TOOL TO CHECK TRANSLATION ACCURACY

Prof. Madupalli Suresh Kumar1, Nadukuditi Sudheer Kumar2

1(Professor of English, Department of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P, India.)

2(Assistant Professor of English, Bapatla Engineering College, Bapatla, Guntur (Dt), A.P., India.)

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Page 55-57
LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING & LEARNING

Dr.Sr.Shiny K.P.

(Principal, JMJ College for Women, Tenali.)

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Page 58-62
HUMANISTIC APPROACHES: INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES TO TEACH ENGLISH IN ELT CLASSROOM

Palle Manohar1, Dr.G.Chenna Reddy2

1(Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University.)

2(Asso. Prof. Dept. of English, Acharya Nagarjuna University.)

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Page 63-66
ROLE OF CULTURE & CREATIVITY IN SHAPING HUMAN PERSONALITY

P.Hemalatha

Lecturer in Home Science, JMJ College for Women(A), Tenali.

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Page 67-70
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FILMS, LITERATURE AND CULTURE AS AN ELEMENTAL OF TRILOGY IN SOCIAL CONTEXT

S.Farhad

(Assoc.Prof of English,Sri Mittapalli College of Engineering,Thummalapalem.)

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Page 71-76
THE CULTURAL BACKDROP OF ‘CHILAPPATHIKARAM’ AS ALLIED TO THE CULTURE OF KERALA

Dr. D.Rejikumar

Assistant Professor, Department of Languages, M.E.S. College, Nedumkandam,Idukki, Kerala – 685553

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Page 77-80
FINESSE MELANGE AS PAINTED WITHIN THE NOVELS OF ROMESHGUNESEKERA AND SHYAM SELVADURAI

Dr. Sirigiri Kodanda Ramaiah

(Associate Professor of English,K L E F (Deemed to be University)

Vaddeswaram, Guntur District, A. P., India.)

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Page 81-84
MAP APPROACH TO VOCABULARY ACQUISITION FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES

Suresh Mallavarapu1, N.Vimala Devi2

1(Asst.Prof., Dept. of. English,Sai Tirumala NVR Engineering College ,Jonnalagadda, Narasaraopet – 522601.)

2(HOD of English,JMJ College For Women Tenali.)

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Page 85-89
FILM PROVIDES AUTHENTIC AND VARIED LANGUAGE

E.Pranavi1, J.Saroja Kumari2

1(Lecturer in English, JMJ College for Women(A); Tenali.)

       2(Lecturer in English, JMJ College for Women(A); Tenali.)

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Page 90-91
THE EFFECT OF SCHEMA THEORY ON READING COMPREHENSION IN COMPARISON WITH TRADITIONAL READING APPROACH

Dr. P. Mary Padma Latha1 , Prof. K. Ratna Shiela Mani2, Dr. P. Jesse Ivan3

1(Head Department of Mathematics,JMJ College, Tenali,Guntur, A.P., India.)

                                      2(Department of English,Acharya Nagarjuna University,Guntur, A.P., India.)

3(Professor of English,Department of Science & Humanities,Sri Sarathi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Nuzvid, Krishna Dist., A.P., India)

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Page 92-95
ZOROASTRIANISM AND PARSI CULTURE IN ROHINTON MISTRY’S FICTION

Joseph Mayakuntla

(Research Scholar, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.)

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Page 96-100

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