Events

National & International Seminars / Workshops

  • One day UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘CONTEMPORARY INDIAN TRIBAL LITERATURE’ was organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Department of Hindi, Presidency University on 30th March 2015 at A.J.C. Bose Auditorium. Shri Ranendra, Eminent Tribal Writer from Jharkhand was Chief Guest. Subodh Hansda, Eminent Santhali Writer and member of Sahitya Academy was invited as special guest. Subodh Hansda delivered his Keynote Address on ‘Special Features of Contemporary Indian Tribal Literature’. Ranendra delivered his lecture on contemporary tribal literature, emphasizing on tribal problems, their social insecurity and also discussed about his two novels ‘Global Gawn Ke Dewta’ and ‘Gayab Hota Desh’. Sahitya Academy Award winner Santhali Writer from Purulia Jamadar Kisku discussed on his award winning Santhali Play ‘Malamundam’ and tribal culture. Another Sahitya Academy Award winner Santhali writer Badal Hembrom delivered a lecture on Tribal Culture in Bengali. Ex. Pro-vice Chancellor of S.K.M. University, Dumka, Prof. Promodini Hansda chaired the second session and discussed on tribal challenges. She also mentioned endangered situation of tribal existence. Dr. Suresh Jagannadham from Council for Social Development, Hyderabad delivered his lecture on tribal culture and literature of Arku Ghati with visual clippings having tribal Songs of seasons and slang expressions. Dr. Chakradhar Pradhan, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, Hooghly Mohasin Govt. College delivered a lecture on Gond tribe and their culture, saga of tribal God ‘Jagannath’ as ‘Nilmadhab’ which was really interesting treasure of tribal literature. Krishna Mohan Singh Munda delivered a lecture on contemporary tribal literature & culture. Dr. Ranbir Sumedh Bhagwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Marathi, Visva Bharati focused the tribal society of Maharastra and their philosophy of life. Dr. Arjun Kumar, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, Visva Bharati delivered a lecture on tribal expression in Hindi Literature and about their community and acquaintance with nature. Dr. Sucheta Kujur, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, Jalan Girls College, Kolkata discussed emerging problems in Tribal Literature.
  • One day UGC sponsored National Conference on ‘ INFLUENCE OF FOLK LIFE AND CULTURE ON INDIAN LITERATURE : WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BENGALI, HINDI & ENGLISH LITERATURE’ was jointly organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Department of Hindi, Presidency University and Netaji Subhas Ashram Mahavidyalaya, Suisa, Purulia on 20th March 2015 at Suisa, Purulia, West Bengal.
  • Two days National Seminar on ‘DIALECTS & IDENTITY CRISIS’ was jointly organized by Department of Hindi, Presidency University and Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore on 23rd February 2015 and 24th February 2015 at A.J.C. Bose Auditorium, Presidency University. Keynote address was delivered by Prof. Manager Pandey, Eminent Literary Critic & Former Chairperson CIL & CS, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in Inaugural session. Other invited dignities were Prof. Uday Narayan Singh, Eminent Linguist, Ex-Pro-Vice Chancellor, Viswa Bharati & Former Director CIIL, Mysore and Prof. S. Imtiaz Hasnain, Eminent Socio-Linguist, Department of Linguistics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. The second session of the seminar was chaired by Prof. Udaya Kumar Chakraborty, Professor & Head, Bengali Department, Jadavpur University. Social Activist and Writer Vandana Tete delivered a lecture on ‘Dialects and Identity Crisis in Context of Tribal Society and Tribal Literature of Jharkhand’. Dr. Ganga Sahay Meena, Assistant Professor, CIIL & CS, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi delivered lecture on ‘Globalization & Threats on Indian Languages, in contest of Tribal Languages’. Dr. Chakradhar Tripathi, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, Hoogly Mohasin Govt. College delivered a lecture on dialects of Sambhalpur, Orissa. The third session of the seminar was chaired by Prof. Jagadishwar Chaturvedi, Professor, Hindi Department, Calcutta University. Dr. Vaibhav Singh, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, Dayal Singh College, New Delhi discussed on ‘Nationality and Dialects’. Dr. Arimardan Kumar Tripathi, Assistant Professor, Hindi Department, North Hill University, Shilong discussed Compressed Expression in Wider Communication. The forth session of the Seminar on 24th February, 2015 was chaired by Prof. Chandrakala Pandey, Professor & former Head, Hindi Department, Calcutta University. Social Activist from Ranchi Sri A.K. Pankaj expressed his views on Tribal Dialects and Culture. Dr. Aditi Ghosh, Assistant Professor, Linguistics Department, Calcutta University delivered lecture on ‘Multilingualism and the Nation’. Dr. Bikash Kanti Middya, Associate Professor, Bengali Department, Rabindra Bharati University focused on ‘Language in Bengali Rituals’. Dr. Madhura Damle, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, Presidency University delivered a lecture on ‘Defining ‘Dialect’ : A Survey of Linguistic Survey of India’. Dr. Ajay Kumar Shaw, Head, Hindi Department, Siliguri Mahavidyalay, Siliguri, Darjling presented a paper on ‘ Women Dialects & Questions of Identity’. The fifth session of the Seminar was chaired by Prof. Ipshita Chanda, Professor, Comparative Literature Department, Jadavpur University. In this Session over 14 Research Scholars presented Papers. Prof. Manager Pandey delivered the concluding Lecture of the seminar.
  • One day UGC sponsored National Seminar on “CONTEMPORARY INDIAN POETRY” was organized by Department of Hindi, Presidency University on 24th December, 2014 at A.J.C. Bose auditorium. It was inaugurated by Prof. Anuradha Lohia , Vice Chancellor, Presidency University,. The Eminent Bengali Poet Nirendranath Chakraborty was invited as Chief Guest. Honorable Vice Chancellor Prof. Anuradha Lohia felicitated Nirendranath Chakraborty on this occasion. Prof. Aveek Majumdar, Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University gave a Lecture on the work and contribution of Nirendranath Chakraborty in the field of Bengali Poetry as well as in Indian Poetry. Kedarnath Singh, Gyanpith Award winner Hindi Poet and Emeritus Professor, Department of Hindi, Jawaharlal Nehru University gave Keynote Address in the inaugural session. The department was enough fortunate of having Poetry Reading Session at inaugural session. Hindi Poet Kedarnath Singh, Bengali Poet Aveek Majumdar, Assamese Poet Nilim Kumar, Hindi Poet Arun Kamal, Bhojpuri Poet Mritunjay Kumar Singh, Santhali Poet Sarada Prasad Kishku recited their poems in honour of Nirendranath Chakraborty. Nirendranath Chakraborty also recited his poems, which was really inspiring for all. Sahitya Academy Award Winner Sanskrit Poet Sitanath Acharya was also invited on this occasion. The first session was chaired by eminent Assamese Poet Nilim Kumar. Prof. Gopadutta Bhaumik, Professor, Bengali Department, Jadavpur University & former Vice Chancellor, Gour Banga University presented a paper on ‘Myth of contemporary Bengali Poetry’. Prof John Jantu Soren Professor, Santhali Department, Ranchi University presented paper on ‘Contemporary Santhali Poetry’. Sarada Prasad Kishku, eminent Santhali poet presented a paper on ‘Santhali Poetry and its Present Perspective’. Assamese poet Nilim Kumar highlighted the special features of Contemporary Assamese Poetry in his presiding lecture. The second session was chaired by Prof. Sisir Kumar Sinha, Professor & Former Head, Bengali Department, Tripura University. This session had a discussion on mainly contemporary Oriya, Kokborak & Sanskrit Poetry. Prof. Sitanath Acharya, Sahitya Academy Award Winner eminent Sanskrit poet & Emeritus Professor, Sanskrit Department, Calcutta University presented a paper on ‘Contemporary Sanskrit Poetry’. Prof. Chandrakala Pandey, Professor & former Head, Hindi Department, Calcutta University presented a paper on ‘Contemporary Kokborak Poetry of Tripura’. Prof. Rabindranath Mishra, Professor, Hindi Department, Visva Bharati, presented a paper on ‘Contemporary Oriya Poetry’. The third & last session was mainly based on Urdu, Hindi & Bhojpuri Poetry. Prof. Suman Gun, Professor & Head, Comparative Literature Department, Assam University, Silchar chaired the session. Prof. Arun Kamal, Professor, English Department, Patna University and eminent Hindi Poet portrayed the features of Contemporary Hindi Poetry. Prof. Shanaz Navi, Professor and Head, Urdu department, Calcutta University presented a paper on ‘Contemporary Urdu Poetry on Perspective of Women’. Prof. Shivnath Pandey, Professor & Head, Hindi Department, Hoogly Mohasin College enlightened the audience on Contemporary Bhojpuri Poetry.
  • One day National Workshop on ‘MOTHER TONGUES : MARGINALIZED LANGUAGES-CULTURES OF WEST BENGAL’ was jointly organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University and Comparative Literature Department, Jadavpur University & North-Bengal University on 13th March, 2014 at North-Bengal University, Siliguri. Prof. Ganesh Devi, Prof. B.P. Kesari, Prof. Giridhariram Ganjhu, Prof. Dipak Roy were the distinguished Speakers. The workshop mainly focused on the development of Sadri language of North Bengal. Faculty members of Language departments of North Bengal University and students attended the day long workshop.
  • One day International Seminar on ‘CONTEMPORARY POETRY OF PAKISTAN AND VIETNAM’ was organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 7th February, 2014. Seven Vietnamese poets and three Pakistani poets attended the seminar.
  • Two days National Seminar on ‘The Voice of Enlightenment : Remembering Ram Vilas Sharma’ on the occasion of Birth Centenary of Ramvilas Sharma jointly organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University and Central Hindi Institute, Agra, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India on 14th & 15th February, 2013 at AJC Bose Auditorium of Presidency University, Prof. Hideaki Ishida, Daito Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan; Udayprakash, Eminent Hindi Writer; Dr. Vijay Mohan Sharma, son of Ramvilas Sharma and Prof. Mohan, Director of Central Hindi Institute were the chief speakers.Prof. Damodar Mishra, Hindi Department, Vidyasagar University: Dr. Subhach Chandra Ray, Hindi Bhawan, Visva Bharati; Dr. Arjun Kumar, Hindi Bhavan, Visva Bharati; Dr. Sanjay Jaisval, Hindi Department Visva Bharati; Dr. Manoj Shukla, Goyenka College of Commerce were also invited as Speakers. 20 research papers were presented in the seminar by the college teachers of Kolkata, Kharagpur & Jalpaiguri. A Documentary Film on Ramvilas Sharma was also shown in this seminar.
  • One day UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘The Song of the Phynix : Remembering Saadat Hasan Manto’ on the occasion of Birth Centenary of S. H. Manto organized jointly by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University and Center of Advanced Study, Comparative Literature Department of Jadavpur University on 21st January, 2013 at AJC Bose Auditorium of Presidency University, Prof. Harish Trivedy, English Department, Delhi University; Prof. Abdul Bismillaha, Hindi Department, Jamia Millia Islamia University; Prof. Arun Kamal, English Department, Patna University, Prof. Chandrakala Pandey, Calcutta University, Prof. Sucheta Bhattacharya, Comparative Literature Department of Jadavpur University Prof. Ipsita Chanda, Comparative Literature Department of Jadavpur University; Prof. Kunal Chattopadhayay, Comparative Literature Department, Jadavpur University; Bilal Hashmi, Mc Craken Fellow, Comparative Literature Department, New York University, USA; & Mostak Ahmad, Bengali Department, Presidency University were the speakers of the Seminar.
  • .Two days National Seminar on ‘Globalization & Literature’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 11th & 12th January, 2012 at AJC Bose Auditorium of Presidency University. The seminar was inaugurated by the Honourable Vice Chancellor Prof. Malabika Sarkar. Prof.Mesbah Kamal,History Deptt, Dhaka University delivered Keynote Address. Lectures were delivered by Prof. Tyler W.William, Hindi Department, Columbia University, USA; Dr. Rajashree Shukla, Hindi Deptt, Calcutta University; Prof. Chakradhar Tripathi, Hindi Department, Visva Bharati; Prof. Sheela Misra, Hindi Department, Osmania University; Prof. Dilip Kumar Barua, English Department, Burdwan University; Prof. Sucharita Chattopadhyay, Comparative Literature Department, Jadavpur University; Dr. Indrani Das, English & Other European Languages Department, Visva Bharati; Dr. Debashish Bandyopadhyay, English Department, Presidency University; Prof. Suman Gun, Bengali Department, Assam University, Silchar; Dr. Dipankar Mullick, Bengali Department, Ramkrishna Mission Vidya Mandir, Belur; Dr.Manjusree Mukhopadhyay, Bengali Department, Presidency University ; Dr. Shraboni Ray, Bengali Department, Presidency University were invited as Speakers. Local participants presented 17 research papers in the seminar.
  • One day International Seminar on ‘Contemporary Literature of Vietnam’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 28th January, 2011 at Presidency University in association with Vietnam Writers Association of Hanoi, Vietnam. Eminent Novelist & Short Stories Writer Phamtrung Di Nh was invited as Chief Guest. He is also Director of Publishing House ‘Hoi Nha Van’ and a member of the Executive Committee of Vietnam Writers Association. Ms. Tranthi Troung the Novelist , Short Stories Writer & Journalist from Hanoi, Vietnam ; Ms. Dothi Tac, the Poetess & President of Association of Art & Literature of Lai Chau Province, Vietnam and Dr. Do Thu Ha, Professor, Faculty of Oriental Studies and Dean of Vietnam National University, Hanoi were invited as speakers.

Seminars

  • The Department of Hindi, Presidency University, Kolkata organized a Seminar on ‘Translation of Tagore’s Geetanjali in Tripuri Tribal Language Kokborak’ on 14th January 2015. Key Speaker was Chandrakant Murasingh, Sahitya Academy Award Winner Eminent Kokborak Poet of Tripura. The Special Event of the programme was a presentation of Rabindra Sangeet in Kokborak Language at A. J. C Bose Auditorium, Presidency University, Kolkata.
  • The Department of Hindi, Presidency University, Kolkata organised a Seminar
    on ‘Journalism : Linguistic Challenges’ on 9th December 2014. Prof. Samir Goswami, Principal, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan of Journalism; Ashoke Sengupta, Special Correspondent, Ananda Bazar Patrika; and Dr. Abhigyat, News Editor, Sanmarg were distinguished speakers.
  • Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Department of Hindi, Presidency University organized a Seminar on ‘The Problems of Translation of Classical Poetry : Kalidas’s Meghdoot’ on 17th September, 2014. The Key Speaker was Mrintyunjay Singh, IPS, DIG, & the Translator of Meghdoot in Hindi. The seminar was followed by a dance performance on ‘Meghdoot’ by famous Odisi Dancer Debamitra Sengupta & Group.
  • Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Department of Hindi, Presidency University organized a seminar on ‘Kavita Se Sarokar’ on 28th August 2014 . Jyanpith Award Winner (2013) Hindi Poet Kedarnath Singh was invited as Key Speaker. Prof. Anuradha Lohia, Vice Chancellor, Presidency University felicitated Kedarnath Singh on this occasion. Kedarnath Singh delivered a lecture on ‘Poetry & I’ on this occasion.

  • The Department of Hindi, Presidency University organized a seminar on ‘The Nath Sampraday & Hindi Literature’ on 25th August, 2014 . Ms. Christine Marrewa Karwoski, Research Scholar of Middle East South Asian and African Studies at Columbia University, New York, USA and Fulbright Hays scholarship fellow in India was invited as Speaker. Prof. Chandrakala Pandey, Professor & Former Head, Hindi Department, Calcutta University chaired the seminar.
  • The Department of Hindi, Presidency University organized a seminar on‘The Bazaar and the Bari : Calcutta, Marwaris and the World of Hindi Letters’ on 22nd August, 2014. Dr. Rahul Parson, Resident Director of the Hindi Program of American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS), Jaipur was key Speaker. Sahitya Academy Award Winner Eminent Hindi Novelist Alka Sarawagi was also invited as special guest on this occasion. Prof. Anuradha Lohia, Vice Chancellor, Presidency University chaired the seminar.
  • Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department organized a Seminar on ‘Political Terrorism in North-Eastern Literature : Reflection & Impact’ on 8th January, 2014. Prof. Pabitra Sarkar, Former Vice Chancellor of Rabindra Bharati University, Prof. Himadri Banerjee, Guru Nanak Professor, History Department, Jadavpur University, Shri Gautam Prasad Barua, Eminent Business Economist & Writer and Shri Debashis Chakraborty, Trade Adviser, Govt. of Assam were invited as Speakers.
  • Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department organized a seminar on ‘Renaissance and Language Controversy’ on 19th September, 2013. Dr. Bajrang Bihari Tiwari, Associate Professor,Department of Hindi, Deshbandhu College, New Delhi and eminent Hindi Writer Prafulla Kolkhayan were invited as Speakers.

Memorial Lecture Series

  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘The Indian Renaissance and Vivekanda’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 10th January, 2014. Prof. G. Gopinathan, Former Vice Chancellor of Mahatma Gandhi Antrrashtriya Hindi Vishvavidyalaya, Wardha delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘Cinema of Bangladesh : A Different Trend’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 20th September, 2013. Tanvir Mokammel, Filmmaker and Director of Bangladesh Film Centre and Bangladesh Film Institute delivered the Lecture. The film ‘Rabeya’ directed by Tanvir Mokammel was also screened on the occasion
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘The Classical Ragas in Tagore’s Songs of Season’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 6th September, 2013. Dr. Indrani Sen, an eminent exponent of Rabindrasangeet and Najrulgeeti delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘The Indian State and Communalism’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 30th August, 2013. Vibhuti Narayan Rai, Vice Chancellor of Antrarashtriya Mahatma Gandhi Hindi Vishvavidyala and eminent Hindi Novlist delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘Family Honour & Women Killing’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 14th December, 2012. Prof. Maleca Begum from Central Women University, Dacca, Bangladesh, delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘Development of Consumerism & Capitalism in American Society’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 30th November, 2012. Dr. Garey Vender from Bostan University, USA delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on Development of Korean Language by Missionaries in South Korea’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 7th September, 2012. Dr. Sung Min Park, Vice President, The King’s College, New York, USA delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on Main Aspects and Trends of Bangladeshi Literautre’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 3rd September, 2012. Eminent Bangladeshi Writer Sallina Hussain, Director of Bangla Academy, Dhakha, Bangladesh and representative of Bangladesh in UNESCO delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘United Voices Raised Against Communalism & Fundamentalism In Bangladesh’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 29th August, 2011. Noted Bangladeshi writer and film maker Tanveer Mokammel delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘Correction management by Alternative System of Medicine and Gandhian Way : A Ray of Life’ organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Language, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 15 th February, 2011. Dr. Manju Agarwal, Consultant Naturopath of Central Jail, Tihar, New Delhi and Visiting Professor in Naturopathy, Akhil Bharatiya Prakritik Chikitsa Parishad, Delhi delivered the Lecture.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Lecture on ‘Development of Santhali Literature & Language’ was organized by Gandhi Centre for North-Eastern Languages, Hindi Department, Presidency University on 22nd December, 2010. The famous Santhali writer and Guest Professor in Santhali, Rabindra Bharati University, Shri Subodh Hansda delivered the Lecture.

Invited Talks

  • Dr. Rustam Rai, Assistant Director, Department of Official Language, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India delivered a lecture on ‘ Nature of Administrative Hindi, Rajbhasha ' on 3rd March, 2015.
  • Dr. Rustam Rai, Assistant Director, Department of Official Language, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India delivered a lecture on ‘ Implementation of Official Language' on 25th February, 2015.
  • Dr. Vinod Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Hindi, West Bengal State University delivered a lecture on ‘Research Methodology on 13th February, 2015.
  • Dr. Ram Nivas, Deputy Director, Central Hindi Directorate, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, New Delhi delivered a lecture on ‘Raj Bhasha Niti’ on 23rd December, 2014.
  • Prof. Jagadishwar Chaturvedi, Professor, Department of Hindi, Calcutta University delivered a lecture on ‘Problems of Social Media’ on 23rd December, 2014.
  • Prof. Jagadishwar Chaturvedi, Professor, Department of Hindi, Calcutta University delivered a lecture on ‘Media : Language & Concept’ on 22nd December, 2014.
  • Prof. Jagadishwar Chaturvedi, Eminent Scholar on Media & Professor , Department of Hindi, Calcutta University delivered a lecture on ‘Challenges of Electronic Media’ on 19th December, 2014.
  • Prof. Rita Chatterjee, Professor, Department of Sanskrit, Jadavpur University delivered a lecture on ‘Modern Sanskrit Literature: Tradition & Innovation’ on 18th December, 2014.
  • Prof. Mohan Naimishray, Eminent Hindi Dalit Writer & Associate Professor, Department of Hindi, Indira Gandhi Open University, New Delhi delivered a lecture on ‘Dalit Vimarsh : Dalit Sahitya : Dalit Andolan’ on 21st November, 2014.
  • Prof. Mou Das Gupta, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Sanskrit, Calcutta University delivered a Lecture on ‘Translation & Tran creation : Hazari Prasad Dwivedi’s novel ‘Anam Das Ka Potha’ on 14th November 2014.
  • Prof. Ipshita Chand a, Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University delivered a Lecture on ‘ Rabindranath and Nirala : A Comparative Study’ on 12th November, 2014.
  • Prof. Arun Kamal, Eminent Hindi Poet & Professor, Department of English, Patna University delivered a lecture on ‘The Relevance of Literature in 21st Century’ on 24th September, 2014.
  • Prof. Vinod Kumar Mishra, Head, Department of Hindi, Tripura University delivered a Lecture on ‘ The Status of Hindi in North-Eastern India’ on 28th April, 2014 .
  • Prof. Sheonath Pandey, Head, Department of Hindi, Hoogly Mohasin College delivered a Lecture on ‘The Relevance of Bhakti Kavya of Hindi Literature’ on 25th April , 2014.
  • Prof. Rajshree Shukla, Associate Professor, Department of Hindi, Calcutta University delivered a Lecture on ‘The Poetry of Shamsher and Hindi Poetry’ on 23rd April, 2014.
  • Prof. Mohan P.B., Department of English, Cochin University, delivered a Lecture on ‘Communicative English’ on 12th March, 2014.
  • Prof. Shashindran Poovar, Emeritus Professor, Department of Hindi, Govt.Arts & Science College, Calicut delivered a Lecture on ‘Women Discourse in Malyalam Novels’ on 11th March, 2014.
  • Prof. Malati, Former Head, Department of Hindi, Govt. Arts & Science College, Calicut, Kerala delivered a Lecture on ‘Women Discourse in Hindi Literature’ on 10th January, 2014.
  • Dr. Rahul Pandey, Assistant Professor, Department of Hindi & Modern Indian Language, University of Lukhnow delivered a Lecture on ‘Women Discourse and Poetics’ on 6th January, 2014.
  • Prof. Kailash Devi Singh, Professor & Former Head, Department of Hindi & Modern Indian Language, University of Lukhnow delivered a Lecture on The Impact of Hindi Bhakti Sahitya on Society’ on 4th December, 2013.
  • Dr. Prashant Kumar Mridha, Assistant Professor, Department of Bangla, Biyanibazar Govt. College, Sylhet, Bangladesh delivered a Lecture on ‘The Trends of Contemporary Literature of Bangladesh’ on 25th November, 2013.
  • Dr. Farjana Siddika, Associate Professor, Department of Bangla, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh delivered a Lecture on‘The Role and Impacts of Hindi on Social Life of Bangladesh’ on 25th November, 2013.

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