Seemita Mohanty

Professor

Humanities and Social Sciences

 (+91) 661 246 2692 , 3692

 seemita[at]nitrkl.ac.in

 Biosketch

19

Publications       

6

Sponsored Projects

0

Consultancy Projects

11

Doctoral Students

0

Short-term Course

9

PG Dissertation

 Personal Information

Prof.(Ms.) Seemita Mohanty

Professor

Humanities and Social Sciences

Joined in Jul 1997

 Room Number:

 Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Sundargarh, Odisha, India - 769008

 Education Qualification

  1. M.Phil, Ph.D(Utkal University)

 Experience

Laboratory Development
  • Multimedia Digital Language Lab,  TEQIP - 1, NIT Rourkela,  Compulsory Undergraduate Lab for developing English language skills among students

 Expertise Information

Research Group
Language and Literature Group
Areas of Interest
English Language Teaching, Sociolinguistics, Cultural Studies, Indian Writing in English

 Projects

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR TRIBAL STUDIES

 MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS

 Principal Investigator

 60 months

 Running

Sponsored

Barriers of participation in education: A study on girls from particularly vulnerable tribal groups in Odisha

 ICSSR

 Principal Investigator

 24 months

 Running

Sponsored

Mother-Tongue based multilingual Education(MTB-MLE) in the state of odisha: issues, Challenges and Impact

 MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS

 Principal Investigator

 12 months

 Running

Sponsored

Code-Switching and Language Question: A Sociolinguistic Study of Savara Tribe of Odisha

 MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS

 Principal Investigator

 12 months

 Running

Sponsored

Impact of popular culture on language use among Indian youth: A case study of Orissa

 ICSSR

 Principal Investigator

 24 months

 Completed

Sponsored

Impact of English and major Indian Language on the Tribal languages of Western Odisha

 ICSSR

 Principal Investigator

 24 months

 Completed

Sponsored

 Continuing Education

No Continuing Educations Found....

 Publications

2

Google Scholar h-index

1

Google Scholar i10-index

0

Scopus h-index

Total Publications: 19
S. Mohanty, A. Thamminaina, and P. Kanungo, "Delivering Quality Education To Girls From Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGS) In India", Humanities and Social Sciences Reviews, vol.7, no.1, pp.367-75, GIAP journals, January 2019, 10.18510/hssr.2019.7143 Article
K. Viswanath and S. Mohanty, "Tribal Folklore as ELT Material for First-Generation Learners", Advances in Language and Literary Studies, vol.10, no.2, pp.19-26, Australian International Academic Centre PTY. LTD. 2019, http://dx.doi.org/10.7575/aiac.alls.v.10n.2p.19 Article
S. Chandran and S. Mohanty, "Using sports vocabulary to strengthen English language skills of engineering students", The Journal of English Language Teaching (India), vol.61, no.1, pp.25-32, English Language Teachers' Association of India 2019 Article
R. Nayak and S. Mohanty, "Let's have fun while learning english: activities to develop speaking skills of rural school children", The Journal of AsiaTEFL, vol.15, no.2, pp.502-509, AsiaTEFL 2018, 10.18823/asiatefl.2018.15.2.18.502 Article
M. Sankaran and S. Mohanty, "Practice vis-a-vis benefits: An assessment of the teaching-learning methods employed in engineering educationn", Journal of Engineering Education Transformations, vol.31, no.3, pp.230-236, IUCEE 2018, 10.16920/jeet/2018/v31i3/120797 Article

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M. Sankaran and S. Mohanty, "Student perception on achieved graduate attributes and learning experiences: a study on undergraduate engineering students of India", International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life Long Learning, vol.28, no.1, pp.77-98, Inderscience Publishers 2018, 10.1504/IJCEELL.2018.10010136 Article
S. Mohanty, "Education in mother tongue: impact of multilingual education in Odisha", Economic and Political Weekly, vol.52, no.07, pp.31-38, Sameeksha Trust, February 2017 Article
S. Mohanty, "An assessment of the english language needs of tribal youth of urban Odisha and identifying the barriers experienced in their language learning", Explorations: Teaching and Learning English in India, no.1, pp.20-34, British Council 2017 Article
M. Sankaran and S. Mohanty, "Importance versus achieved: a cross-sectional study on engineering students’ perception on generic attributes", Journal of Engineering Education Transformations, vol.31, no.1, pp.46-53, IUCEE 2017, 10.16920/jeet/2017/v31i1/117733 Article
S. Mohanty, "The mountain that burns", South Asian Review, vol.29, no.3, pp.134-142, Taylor & Francis 2017, 10.1080/02759527.2008.11932623 Article
M. Sankaran, A. K. Rath, and S. Mohanty, "A review on requisite generic attributes for engineering graduates", Journal of Engineering Education Transformations, vol.28, no.4, pp.83-91, IUCEE 2015, 10.16920/jeet/2015/v28i4/70406 Article
S. Mohanty, "Impact of english and major Indian languages on tribal languages of western Odisha", Gyan Publication, November 2014 Book
S. Mohanty, "Different Women Different Worlds: Ten Short Stories by Odia Women Writers", Writers Workshop, NIT, Rourkela, May 2013 Book
S. Acharya and S. Mohanty, "Facebook as a platform for using English language skills among the Indian youth", Journal of NELTA, vol.18, no.1-2, pp.1-17, Nepal Journals OnLine (NepJOL) 2013, 10.3126/nelta.v18i1-2.10326 Article
S. Mohanty, "An analysis of the three-language formula in school education in urban schools of India: Problems and prospects", Professoinal and Academic English, vol.spring 2013, no.41, pp.18-23, IATEFL ESPSIG, December 2012 Article
S. Mohanty, "Technology in language classrooms: filmamking as a tool for developing life skills", in Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives: Reflections and Practices in ELT, pp.97-106, December 2011 Inproceedings
S. Mohanty, "Language contact and change: Influence of English on Oriya", The International Journal of the Humanities, vol.8, no.6, pp.131-141, Common Ground Publishing, December 2010 Article
S. Mohanty, "Digital language labs with CALL facilities in India: Problems and possibilities", Reflections on English Language Teaching, vol.8, no.1, pp.65-72, National University of Singapore, June 2009 Article
S. Mohanty, "A critical analysis of Vikram Seth’s poetry and fiction", Atlantic 2007 Book

 Courses Taught

  • HS1300 : Communicative English {Theory}
  • HS311 : Communicative English {Theory}
  • HS311 : Communicative English. {Theory}
  • HS411 : Ethical Leadership and Literature {Theory}
  • HS501 : Advanced Research Methodology {Theory}
  • HS511 : Technical and Business Communication {Theory}
  • HS5112 : Business Communication {Theory}
  • HS544 : Environment and Development {Theory}
  • HS602 : English Language Teaching {Theory}
  • HS603 : Contemporary Literary Theory {Theory}
  • HS7101 : Literature, Religion and Culture {Theory}
  • HS1270 : Language Laboratory {Practical}
  • HS270 : Language Laboratory {Practical}
  • HS5171 : Advanced Language Laboratory {Practical}
  • HS574 : Writing Laboratory {Practical}

 Research Scholars

Doctoral Students
Cultural Studies And Eco-Criticism

 Shraddha Chatterjee

 OnGoing

 Supervisor

Smart-City, Slums And Education

 Pallavi Kanungo

 OnGoing

 Supervisor

Feminist Revisionist Mythmaking: Analysing Kavita Kane’s Retellings

 Aditi Dirghangi

 Thesis Submitted

 Supervisor

English Medium Education For First-Generation Tribal Learners: Elt Strategies For Student Engagement

 K Viswanath

 Thesis Submitted

 Supervisor

Communication For Development And Social Change.

 Kaushik Chattopadhyay

 OnGoing

 Supervisor

Graduate Attributes Vis-À-Vis It Employers’ Expectations: A Study On Undergraduate Engineering Education In India

 Meenakshi S

 Graduated

 Supervisor

Representation Of The Self: Reading Sports Autobiographies

 Smitha Chandran

 Thesis Submitted

 Supervisor

Impact Of Transformational Leadership On Organizational Identification Of Employees : A Study In The Indian It Sector

 Suchandra Bose

 OnGoing

 Supervisor

Positive Health Aspects Influencing Health Management Skills: A Study On Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients

 Aradhana Panigrahi

 Graduated

 Co-Supervisor

Teaching English To Rural High-School Students In India: Identifying And Addressing The Challenges

 Radharani Nayak

 Graduated

 Supervisor

Popular Culture Studies

 Sharda Acharya

 Graduated

 Supervisor

 Dissertations

PG Dissertation
  • Debabrata Nayak (413HS1016), "Prevalence of Substance Abuse among Engineering Students" - MA    Supervisor     2014-15 Spring
  • Smruti Sudha Behera (413HS1004), "Communication Barriers Faced by Tribal Students in Tertiary Education" - MA    Supervisor     2014-15 Spring
  • Debashish Pradhan (414HS1015), "Sita from a feminist Perspective" - MA    Supervisor     2015-16 Spring
  • Pooja Das (414HS1005), "Communication Challenges Faced by Individuals in Leadership Positions in Organizations" - MA    Supervisor     2015-16 Spring
  • Vivek Kumar (415HS1001), "Community Radio for Rural farmers: Issues and challenges" - MA    Supervisor     2016-17 Spring
  • Deepak Kumar (416HS1004), "TRIBAL GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION: REASONS FOR DROPOUT" - MA    Supervisor     2017-18 Spring
  • Nupur Das (417HS1004), "Access to Social Networking Sites: A Comparison between Regional and English Medium Higher Secondary Students" - MA    Supervisor     2018-19 Spring
  • P.Suyashaa (418HS1001), "Influence of Social Media Advertisements on University Students’ Online Shopping Patterns" - MA    Supervisor     2019-20 Spring
  • Sonali Das (418HS1004), "Gender Stereotype in Indian Advertisements" - MA    Supervisor     2019-20 Spring

 Awards and Honours

Awards and Honours
  • Consultant, Teacher Education Through School-based Support (TESS, India), a Collaborative Project led by UK Open Univ. (supported by UK Aid from DFID & British Council),    2014
  • English Language Teaching Research Partnership Award (British Council),    2013
  • Homi Bhabha Fellowship (Homi Bhabha Fellowships Council, Mumbai),    2011
  • Ray Tongue Scholarship (IATEFL, UK),    2008
Memberships / Fellowships
  • IATEFL, ELT@I, IACLALS, CALL Asia, ISTE,    2007