Kyrgyz-Indian IT Planetskool
Planetskool EdTech Platform India and school -gymnazium #29 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
1 - Planetskool Digital Ecosystem - Indian mobile app, an educational platform for students
2. Over 75,000 users, 12,000 schools in India.
3. nominated by the Government of India for UNESCO Prize as
the best EdTECH educational platform in India
4. reasonable prices (only $ 10 per year)
5. scaling monetization
2- Planetskool Olympiads, offline training
Indo-Kyrgyz Linguist scientific journal
Karmic Linguistic and Literary Association and Bishkek Humanities University Kyrgyzstan
Learning English and foreign languages by Karmic linguistic Indian theory of teaching language by Indian professor of linguistic Mr.Bhuvaneswar Chilukuri and Karmic Linguistic Association of India
Karmic Linguistic Theory: English language teaching methodology
Bishkek Humanities University
Fund of Progressive Initiatives of Askar Salymbekov
in Collaboration with
Ka:rmik Linguistic and Literary Association
will conduct an International Workshop
KA:RMIK LINGUISTICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE IN ENGLISH TOWARDS KYRGYZ, RUSSIAN AND OTHER LANGUAGES
From 2nd November to 7th November, FPI, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Chilukuri Bhuvaneswar, a well-known linguist from India, is the pioneer of Ka:rmik Linguistic Theory that integrates form-function-meaning into a unified theory like the so called grand theory in physics to provide a principled account of the creation and application of languages. Its application is extended with remarkable results to language teaching and literary criticism by the new methods of Ka:rmik Language Teaching Approach and the Ka:rmik Literary Critical Analysis through his Ka:rmik Literary Theory. It can also be applied in translation as well as personality development. He has written many scholarly articles in international journals and he is also the President of the Ka:rmik Linguistic Association.
We are happy to announce that he has agreed to conduct a workshop on Ka;rmik Linguistic Theory for the benefit of Kyrgyzstan and Central Asian teachers of English and other languages as well as linguists for the first time in Bishkek.
The workshop addresses the central issue of providing a principled account of the formation and application of English in a holistic manner that can be used for such analyses of languages like Kyrgyz, Russian, etc. in Central Asia in particular and other languages in the world in general. Such a holistic analysis is critical in developing efficient language teaching, learning and syllabus design methods in a new manner to achieve quick and great results.
In this workshop, an overview of
• word-formation processes,
• syntax and
• discourse analysis in the Ka:rmik Linguistic Paradigm
will be provided to lay the foundation for doing research, teaching, and learning English and other languages quickly and efficiently. In addition, a special session will be devoted to the study and collection of Kyrgyz proverbs in particular.
Participants will be provided with a kit of workshop materials along with other facilities of refreshments.
Those who are interested in active-workshop-research participation will be assigned tasks for discussion and possible development into full research papers that can be considered for publication in The Indo-Kyrgyz Linguist. They are requested to register immediately and contact Ms. Gulzat Maichinova or Asel Amangeldieva for further details. There is only limited participation for doing active-workshop-research.
Early Bird Registration Som 1500
Active Participation Registration Som 1750
Ms. Asel Jmangeldieva (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)
Phone: + 996 702 451 232
Ms. Gulzat Maichinova (Hyderabad, India)
Phone: +91 9100470362