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Goal: 1. To bring all the lectures delivered under one roof.
2. To provide links to the lectures for other Researchers to refer.

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Manu Mangattu
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International Lecture on “Spectre of a Discipline: Comparative Literature Today” Full Lecture Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/9HXeBRwjXY8
Abstract The lecture would trace the evolution of literary and academic theories from the liberal-humanist to the burgeoning discipline of pandemic studies. It would make a foray into the inter-disciplinary opportunities and challenges awaiting a researcher/teacher from the Arts and Humanities and would prognosticate on the life of an academic in the post-pandemic world.
1. Contextualising-present the topic or the core concern or the theoretical framework or the context of the research so as to invite the attention of the reader. 2 Sentences maximum Eg: The urge to preserve and prolong life is inherent in man. Life-writing is the artist's way of achieving immortality by linking the past simultaneously to the present and the future. 2. The Research Problem or the Problem Statement. The central claim or argument is presented here. 2 Sentences maximum Eg: The purpose of this paper is to scrutinize the relationship between…… Hans Renders observes that life-writing aims to correct history from an ideological view of how the world should look like. This study counters this argument positing that life-writing, on the contrary, is one site where the fictionality of history bares its fangs most vigorously. 3. A generalised hint of the research methodology or a very brief statement of the theoretical underpinning of your research paper. What you are doing and how you are doing it. 2 Sentences maximum Eg: The present scrutiny intends to look at life writing through the lens of memory studies. Eg2: The present paper approaches the canonical legitimation process with, to use Paul Ricoeur's phrase, a 'hermeneutics of suspicion'. It attempts a brief survey of the Shakespeare canon as a specific example to trace instances where canonical de-legitimation coincides with the canonization of the author as a genius. 4. A sneak peek into the major findings of the study. 2 Sentences maximum Eg: Life writing, this paper would argue, relies heavily on reconstructed memory and not on memory as an honest record of past events. 5. An overview of the most significant conclusion/ a foray into the advancement of existing research that the study achieves. 2 Sentences maximum Eg1: Asserting that life-writing selectively exploits the past, the study attempts to conceptualize this problematic of forgetting. Eg2: Scrutinising the genius tropes that propel the 'aesthetics of perfection' this paper suggests that instead of discarding, these bastard texts need to be celebrated, for, to these marginalised works these writers owe a great deal.
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3 Day National Webinar organized by Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal Telengana 20-21 June 2020 Talks on The Act and the Art of Academic Writing https://youtu.be/FeWpDwDVSZg
The entire course will be conducted online via Whatsapp, Gmail and Youtube. The number of seats is limited to 50 so that each participant receives individual attention and training.
As part of a slew of initiatives geared towards improving and enhancing the quality of Academic Research in the country, All India Forum for English Students, Scholars and Trainers (AIFEST), in collaboration with Aesthetique International Literary Journal (E-ISSN 2456-1754) and NTA NET English Broadcast, is conducting a 1 month online workshop-cum-certificate course from 20 March 2020 to 19 April 2020. The entire course will be conducted online via Whatsapp, Gmail and Youtube. The number of seats is limited to 50 so that each participant receives individual attention and training. The details of the course are given below: • Course Duration: 1 Month – *20 March 2020 to 19 April 2020* • Mode of Delivery: Online • Timing: 9 pm to 10 pm on course days. However, participants can listen to the lectures at their convenience. Need not be present online from 9 pm to 10 pm, since the materials will be accessible to you until the completion of the course. *Course Content / Syllabus*  How to write a Proposal for PhD  How to write a Research Paper / Article  How to do Research – A step-by-step Guide  Where can I publish my Research papers  How to get my paper accepted by Journals – Dos and don’ts  How to find a topic for Research – Suggestions and Recommendations  How to Register for MPhil/PhD  Co-author, Guide and Research Scholar Explained  How to publish without payment in reputed Journals  What are UGC Care listed journals and Scopus Indexed Journals  List of Scopus journals for English and literature, List of Fake Care Listed Journals and Websites  Where should I publish to improve my API score / for promotion/ for research purposes  How can I publish my book/poetry/thesis  How to find a Guide and a Research Centre  Literature Review and Research Methodology for English  Is theory a must? How to apply a theory to the text I have chosen?  Plagiarism, paraphrasing and plagiarism removal – All you need to know  Urkund and Turnitin – What and How  Which Seminars and Conferences to attend? Why?  Differences between ISSN and ISBN – Advantages and Disadvantages  Shoud I pay for publishing my Research – Why and Why not  Impact factor H-Index, DOI, Researchgate and Academia  How to complete a PhD within 2 Years  Publishing in Science Journals – Will it be Useful? *Assignments* For the successful completion of the course, all participants are required to complete at least two of the four assignments that will be given during the course. All assignments can be done by participants at their convenience. Assignment 1: Answer a set of 50 MCQ questions based on the topics discussed during the lectures. 50% marks shall be secured for a pass. Assignment 2: Answer an Essay Question in 200 words based on one of the themes discussed. Books, Internet and other sources can be referred but plagiarism is not allowed. Assignment 3: Prepare a Research proposal for MPhil/Phd/ Research Project Or Attempt a Book Review or Literature Review on a topic of your choice Assignment 4: Prepare a research article of 1500 to 2000 words. • The articles prepared as part of Assignment 4 will be published free of cost in a special volume of an International Literary Journal with ISSN number. • Individual training and guidance via online will be provided for the completion of Assignments 3 and 4 by experts in the field.
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1. To bring all the lectures delivered under one roof.
2. To provide links to the lectures for other Researchers to refer.