Academician

Academic Publications

Nayak, G. (2020)

“Email A unique genre’ in Emerging Trends and Challenges in Teaching English Language and Literature” Ed. Dr Priti Bala Sharma and Dr Pavan Chakravarthy, Om Publications, New Delhi

Nayak, G (2018)

“Creative Infidelity in literary translation” in The Atlantic Literary Review Quarterly, Jan- March 2018 Volume number 1 page number 1-8.

Nayak, G (2018)

“Philosophy in Guru Prasad Mohanty’s translated poetry” In Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature and Language July- December, Volume 4 Number 1 page number 91-103 SSN: 2278-9170. Publisher: Authorspress, New Delhi

Nayak, G. (2018)

“Can Vedic Astrology be a relevant discipline in Liberal Arts Education in India?” in JSHL publication from OPJGU

Nayak, G (2017)

“Oxford Reading Tree as children’s literature” a chapter in the book Dynamics of Children’s literature Ed. Nandini Sahu and S. Samtani Shubhi Publications, Gurgaon, India 2017.

Nayak, G (2017)

“Feminism and narrative strategies in The Great Indian Novel”. In The Atlantic Literary Review Quarterly (Jan to March 2017 Volume number 1, page 1-10)

Nayak, G (2015)

“Practice and perception of oral presentation among engineering students in Odisha”. Journal of English Language Teaching. Vol LVII, Number 3 May-June 35-43.

Nayak, G. (2015)

“The importance of English as an undergraduate subject”. in JSHL publication from OPJGU

Nayak, G. (2014)

“The effects of a guided reading intervention on reading comprehension: A study on young Chinese learners of English in Hong Kong”. The Language Learning Journal, November 2011.

Nayak, G. (2010)

The contribution of ‘guided interactive reading’ to the development of reading skills in young ESL learners in Hong Kong. DPhil thesis, University of Oxford.

Nayak, G. (2009)

Language use and attitudes of bilingual children in Hong Kong. MSc dissertation published by Vdm Verlag.

Nayak, G. (2006)

Assessment of literacy skills in Chinese children learning English as a second language. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium Beihang University, China.


Paper Presentations

Nayak, G & Gupta, S. (2020)

Language Culture and Conceptualization: A Contrastive Analysis of English and French text from ICJ proceedings Paper prepared for presentation at the Cultural Linguistics International Conference, Budapest Hungary, 2020.

Nayak, G & Rana, N. (2020)

Use of Corpus Linguistics for language learning in ESL classrooms in India. Paper prepared for presentation at the 5th Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference at Yonsei University Seoul, Korea.

Nayak, G & Rana, N. (2019)

A corpus based study of Dharma in the translated English version of the Sanskrit text Yajnavalkasmriti. Paper accepted at the 6th International Conference on Language Literature and Culture in Rome Italy.

Nayak, G. & Rana, N. (2019)

Prostitutes in Arthashastra a corpus linguistic study Paper presented at the conference held at JNU, India on the 9th and 10th of August, 2019.

Nayak, G. (2019)

The use of English and French in ICJ proceedings a course for law students. Paper presented at conference on Language and Law at Bialystok Legal English Centre, Poland on the 5th and 6th of June, 2019.

Nayak, G. (2018)

Bhagavad Gita: The translated text for ESL teaching in India. Paper presented at the LLCE2018: Language, Literature and Culture in Education on 5th- and 6th of September 2018 at Vienna.

Nayak, G. (2018)

Imaginary Homeland in the Digital Age Paper presented in the International Conference of the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Delhi from 8th to 10th March 2018

Nayak, G. (2017)

Self-observation as a strategy for developing oral presentation skills Paper presented in the Language in Focus conference at Cyprus on March 1st. – 4th, 2017.

Nayak, G (2016)

Gender sensitivity in Shashi Tharoor’s ‘The Great Indian Novel, Paper presented at the national seminar, on 3rd to 5th February, 2016, organized by Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta.

Nayak, G. (2015)

Use of Politeness Strategies in Email Communications: A Study on a Multicultural Organization Paper presented at the Knowledge Globalization Conference organised by O.P Jindal Global University and Suffolk University on August 13 – 14, 2015.

Nayak, G. (2014)

Soft skill competence and oral presentation in English: practice and perception among engineering students in Odisha. Paper presented at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies on the occasion of the Third International Conference held on 4-5th April 2014.

Nayak, G. (2014)

The effects of a soft skill training programme on group discussion skill of engineering students in Odisha. Paper presented at the XV Annual International Seminar on ‘Economy, Enterprise and Employment’ at New Delhi on 3-4th January 2014.

Nayak, G. (2013)

Social networking habits and communication skill: A study on engineering students of Odisha. Paper presented at the International Conference on English Language and Technology at Calicut on 6-7th December, 2013.

Nayak, G. (2012)

Managerial effectiveness and soft skill Paper presented at the AICTE sponsored seminar on “Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness through Training and Development” at BIITM, Bhubaneswar on the 28th of July, 2012.

Nayak, G. (2007)

Facts and fallacies of doing research: some methodological issues. Paper presented at the APERA conference organised by the Hong Kong Institute of Education 28-30th November, 2007.

Nayak, G. (2007)

Negotiating Identity online: A Study on tertiary students of Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 5th Malaysian International conference on languages literature and cultures organised by the faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 22-24th May, 2007.

Nayak, G. (2006)

Assessment of reading comprehension and narrative production: A comparison of Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese ESL learners paper presented at the Interdisciplinary International Conference at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia 20-22 September, 2006.

Nayak, G. (2005)

Can technology replace teachers? Annual Poster Conference, University of Oxford, 10th October, 2005.