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The national webinar “The Limitless Arena of Research in Language” virtual campus held at St. Agnes College

Published On : 22 Nov 2020   |  Reported By : media release


The national webinar “The Limitless Arena of Research in Language” was conducted on the virtual campus of St. Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru on 19th November 2020 between 3 pm to 5 pm. It was organized by the Research Committee of the college under the Paramarsh scheme of the state. Dr. Chumki Biswas, University of Mumbai, was the resource person. There were 1124 participants from all over the country who registered for this webinar. The webinar commenced with an invocation followed by the welcome and introduction of the resource person.

Dr. Biswas spoke on the new age of integrative research or multidisciplinary research in the arena of linguistics and languages and classified the various types og research possibilities and it was insightful. She also introduced the deeper levels of classification in this area. The main purpose of the webinar was to create awareness about the field, to create interest in the subject and to help interested researchers to make the right decisions and translate them into actions. The content offered by Dr. Biswas was excellent and received much acclaim from the participants throughout the webinar. E-certificates were awarded to the participants after the vote of thanks was proposed. Dr. R. Nagesh was the convenor of the webinar and Ms. Shailaja K. was the organizing secretary.







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