LISSIM 7 May 26- June 15, 2013
Funded byCIIL and GLOW

Interview Schedule

Please note the following:

  • Make sure that your supervisor has sent a recommendation to us by email, without which you will not be able to appear for an interview.
  • Going through this round of the selection process is mandatory and no exception can be made in this regard; applicants who cannot/ do not appear for the interview will not be selected.
  • Our Skype IDs are as follows:
  • binusan (Tanmoy Bhattacharya)
    ayeshajnu (Ayesha Kidwai)
  • Outstation candidates must be logged on by time shown in schedule, if you are not, you lose your chance to be interviewed.
  • Outstation applicants must do the following in order to be able to be interviewed:
  • a. download at least SKYPE 5.0
    b. Create an UserID if you don't have one and send us your ID in advance, latest by 8th April
    c. Be available for video conferencing through a broadband connection of 512 Kbps or higher
  • ALL applicants are required to justify qualifications claimed and demonstrate preparedness for the School; since there are more applications than there are seats available, there is likely to be a competition and performance on the day will likely to matter more than qualifications and recommendations. It may be noted that a 60% weightage is given to the interviews.
  1. DATE: 09.04.13 (SKYPE)/ TIME: 3-6 pm IST:
    • Bhamati Dash (EFLU):

      Number Agreement in Odia

    • Diti Bhadra (Rutgers):

      Differential Subject Marking in Obligation constructions in Bangla

    • Dripta Piplai (DU):

      Syntactic Variation and the Verbal forms used by Rajbanshi Children

    • Atanu Saha (JNU/ JU):

      Case alternation and Sentential negation in different varieties of Bangla

  2. DATE: 10.04.12 (FACE-TO-FACE) Room 225, Arts Faculty Extension Building, DU/ TIME: 12:30- 1:30 pm
    • Mustafa Al-Humari (JNU):

      Subject-verb Agreement Variation in Standard Arabic and Yemeni Arabic

    • Jyoti Iyer (JNU):

      Use of light verb cuk in Hindi-Urdu as a full verb in certain varieties

    • Chetan Anand (DU):


    • Reena Ashem (DU):

      The concept of so called ‘split-Determiner’ in Meiteilon

    • Raj Laxmi Singh (JNU):

      The Nominative-Ergative Variation in Hindi

  3. DATE: 10.04.12 (FACE-TO-FACE) Room 225, Arts Faculty Extension Building, DU/ TIME: 2:00- 6:30 pm
    • Usha Udaar (IIT):

      Micro-variation in the Ergativity in Rajasthani dialects- Dhundhari, Marwari and Ahirwati

    • Renu Kumari (DU):

      Verb agreement in Magahi

    • Gurmeet Kaur (IIT):

      Syntactic Variation in Punjabi: The Case of the NP Shift

    • Sonali Raj (DU):

      The ‘kar-ke-te-Ø’ System in Hindi

    • Hima (JNU):

      Explicator Compound Verb’ in Kannur Variety

    • Alfina Khaidem (DU):

      The nature of Nominalizer in Meiteilon (Moirang dialect)

    • Oinam Nganthoibi (JNU):

      Syntactic variation in Meiteilon wh- constructions

    • Sakshi Bhatia (DU):

      Analytic Case Marking for 1st/2nd Person In Hindi/Urdu

    • Anne Beshears (JNU):

      The Possibility of Right-Generated Correlative Clauses in Dhundari

    • Padmabati Achom (DU):

      Syntactic Variation in the suffixes of Meeteilon

    • Lalit Raj Kumar (DU):

      The variants of the Meeteilon Perfect Particle –le and its relationship with some of the deictic particles of the language

    • Deepak Kumar (DU):

      Variation in Eastern Hindi

    • Deepak Alok (JNU):

      Syntactic variation in Hindi Split Construction