Vishwajeet Kumar Singh
I received a Masters degree in linguistics from Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi, India) in 2005, and another Masters degree again from Michigan State University (MSU) in May 2010. While a graduate student at MSU, I taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced Hindi – Urdu courses for 4 years. I also taught Morphology for a semester in JNU; other teaching jobs at Amity university. Currently, I am working as the Faculty Co-PI in a federally funded blended Hindi-Urdu teaching resources development project.
Theoretical issues in linguistics in general, grammatical theories and their models, and sentence processing in particular interest me a lot. During my programs, I have had various courses focusing on second language acquisition teaching, field linguistics, natural languages processing, phonetics and phonology. I also like phonetics and phonology interface theories, and their implementations.
Between 1992 – 2000, I did various kinds of jobs: ran my own flour mill, taught at primary school, worked in a fortnightly local magazine house, did consultancy for a real-estate business house, worked as a home tutor, taught at private coaching institutes and a computer training institute, worked as a steward at a multi-starrer hotel etc.Click here to see my recent CV.
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