SUSL Staff Directory

Mrs. WM Seuwandi

Lecturer (prob.)

madara@ssl.sab.ac.lk

Qualifications

BA (Hons)  Hindi Language (First Class) USJP

Higher Diploma in (Hindi Language & Litreture) KHS Agra, India

Certificate Course in Teaching Methodology (SUSL) - Sri Lanka (2016)


Profile

My philosophy of Language Teaching is that all students are unique and must have a stimulating educational environment where they can grow physically, mentally, and emotionally. It is my duty to create this type of environment where students can meet their full potential. To live this belief, I am continuously examine my teaching methods and finding new ones.


Research Interests

Hindi Drama & Theater, Hindi Grammer & Hindi Litreture


Recent Publications

Research Papers-

Seuwandi. M ; (2013).Did Kabeer get the talent through Buddhist Philosophy?,Annual Research Sessions of the Royal Asiatic Society RASSL, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Seuwandi. M & W.C.U Nisansal; (2014), Modern Indian Woman’s Freedom Reflected in Art (1880-1938) – 21st Century), International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS 2014), University of Sri Jayewardenepura.

Seuwandi. M & Nisansal W.C.U ; (2015), Specialties in Folk culture of Gujarat, India,  8th Annual Research Conference on the Humanities and Social Sciences the Royal Asiatic Society RASSL, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Seuwandi. M & Rodrigo KH.K.L ; (2015), The Most Effective Factor to Existence of the job Stress, 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches, University of Sri Jayewardenepura.

Seuwandi. M; (2017) Loan Words in Hindi Language that Came from English, Persian, Arabic and Portuguese Language, 6th International Conference of Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka

Editorials-

“SAMVADI” Academic Journal; (2013), Second volume in Department of  Language and Cultural studies, University of  Sri Jayewardenepura.

Articals-

“Bhojpuri Jana GithayaTthula Nirupitha Rama Seethe Sankalpaya” (2013),“SAMVADI”,University of  Sri Jayawardanapura,  ISSN 2357-2620                    

“An Analysis of Gujara’s Main Folk Dances”, (2015) “SAMVADI”, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, ISSN 2357-2620