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SUMMER INSTITUTE IN LINGUISTICS
July 21st - August 2nd 2003
If you are a graduate and would like to know what linguistics is all about, or if you would like to catch up with the latest developments in linguistics, this is the opportunity for you!
The two-week Summer Institute in Linguistics (SIIL 2003) is organized by the School of Language Sciences, CIEFL, Hyderabad to enable people to update their knowledge of linguistics in areas, theoretical [phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics] and applied [child language, and computational linguistics] at both the introductory and advanced levels.
Tentative Course Schedule
Monday through Saturday for two weeks:
Parallel Courses: Introductory & Advanced : I & II respectively
Option: Language Acquisition
|14th - 19th||9.30-11.00 ||11.30-1.00 ||3.00-4.30|
|Phonology I/ Syntax II ||Syntax I/Phonology II ||Language Acquisition|
|21st - 26th
||Semantics I/Synatx II ||Morphology I/ Phonology II ||Language Acquisition|
Dr.Tapas Sankar Rai, and
Since 'Introductory' and 'Advanced' courses titled I and II respectively will run concurrently for two weeks, participants are advised to limit their options to either one of these. Participants are advised to choose one of the two packages:
Level I courses and Language Acquisition for RS 750
Select a course for Rs 250 each from the given timetable.
Food & Accommodation
The participants pay for their accommodation and boarding expenses. The CIEFL may have some rooms in the men's and women's hostels available at this time of the year. On a first-come-first-served basis, we may be able to reserve a few rooms for the participants of SIIL 2003. There are two canteens and a hostel mess on the CIEFL Campus.
Admission to the SIIL is limited to forty participants. So, we will accept only the first forty, fully completed registration applications, which enclose the demand draft for the specified course fee amount.
How to Apply
There is no printed application form. Prepare and send your application with the following details:
Current affiliation, if any. (Address of your department/college/university):
Courses opted for:
Total registration fee:
Details of demand draft:
The application including the demand draft must be sent to:
Coordinator, SIIL 2003
School of Language Sciences, CIEFL
Flat No: 003, Padma Raag Apts, Plot no: 12-5-59
Chenna Reddy Lane, Vijaypuri
The application must reach him on or before June 30, 2003. (Professor Vijayakrishnan will be away on vacation in May.) Note that we will close the admissions process once we reach the upper limit of fully completed 40 applications along with the required demand draft. So, hurry up!
The demand draft must be payable to:
Coordinator, ISIM account number: 625
Payable at State Bank of Hyderabad, Osmania University Branch,
CIEFL Extension Counter
Note: If you would like to confirm the receipt of your application and the demand draft (and for further enquiries), you must furnish an email address to which messages could be sent. Replies will not be sent by snail mail on any account.
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