Ph.D. students
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sn#StudentAffiliationYearOther supervisor/sThesis titleEmail
56Dabbe BharatiSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2021-2025Automatic generation of prakriti-patha of Shukla Yajurvedadabbebharti@gmail.com
55Rahul Kumar TiwariSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2019-2023Sanskrit-Nepali Machine Translation (SNMT): Issues and challengestiwarirahul21194@gmail.com
54Devendr KumarSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2019-2023Dr. Khalid Choukri, Secretary General, European Language Resource Association (ELRA) Paris, FranceAutomatic Speech Recognition System for Sanskrit Prose: Challenges in Resource Creationdevneed2@gmail.com
53Sachidanand NayakSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2018-2022व्यास महाभारत और सारला महाभारत का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन (वनपर्व के विशेष सन्दर्भ में)sachinnayak523@gmail.com
52Akhilesh KumarSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2018-2022आयुर्वेद ग्रन्थों की डिजिटल लेक्सिकोग्राफी – समस्याएं एवं निदान (कुछ प्रमुख ग्रन्थों के विशेष सन्दर्भ में)akhileshscss@gmail.com
51Ram KishoreSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2018-2022Hindi to Sanskrit Machine Translation and challenges in the context of ILCI corporacrks113@gmail.com
50Shivek Kumar SickyCenter of Linguistics, School of Langauge Literature & Culture Studies, JNU2017-2021Prof. Pradeep Kumar Das, Center of Linguistics, School of Langauge Literature & Culture Studies, JNU Automatic identification of complex predicates in Magahi
loveshivek89@gmail.com
49Shagun SinhaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2017-2021 Abstractive Text Summarization for 20th century Sanskrit Prose: Issues and Challenges
shagunsinha5@gmail.com
48Geeta Kumari MeenaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2017-2021 A Contrastive Study of Old Javanese and Sanskrit Lexicographic Traditions
geetacssjnu@gmail.com
#47Shiladitya BhattacharyaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2016-2020 English-Bengali Machine Translation: A Sanskrit based Interlingua approach
bhattacharya.harsha@gmail.com
46Konthoujam Kabi KhanganbaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2016-2020 Sanskrit Compiler: a Natural Language Interface for Basic Commands
Khanganba.360@gmail.com
45Aniruddha Kar School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2015-2019 CRITICAL EDITION OF MĀDHYANDINA ŚIKṢĀS: Mādhyandinīyaśikṣā, Laghumādhyandinīyaśikṣā, Amoghānandinī Śikṣā, Laghvamoghānandinī Śikṣā, Vāsiṣṭhī Śikṣā, Pārāśarī Śikṣā, Varṇaratnapradīpaśikṣā & Keśavī Śikṣā
aniirudddha@gmail.com
*44Pitambar BeheraCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672015-2019A Study of Paninian and Tesniere’s Dependency Frameworks for Language Processing with Reference to Discontinuous Dependencies in Hindi and Odiapitamb pitambarbehera2@gmail.com
#43Srishti SinghCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672015-2019English Multi Word Expressions for Health Domain: Identification and Analysissinghsriss@gmail.com
42Shwetangi JhaDept. of Computational Linguistics, School of Languages, MGAHV, Wardha2014-2018Prof Vijay Kumar Kaul, Director & Head, CILE, MGAHV, WardhaMaithili Inflectional Morphological Analyzer : a Hybrid Approachbhu.saroj2012@gmail.com
41Saroj Kumar JhaDept. of Computational Linguistics, School of Languages, MGAHV, Wardha2014-2018Prof Vijay Kumar Kaul, Director & Head, CILE, MGAHV, WardhaMaithili Morphological Analyzer (Derivation based on Hybrid Approach)bhu.saroj2012@gmail.com
40Arushi UniyalCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672014-2018English-Garhwali Statistical Machine Translation System (Classification and Handling of Translation Divergencearushi.uniyal@gmail.com
39MayankCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672014-2018Prof Anvita Abbi, Center for Linguistics (retd), School of Language Literature and Culture Studies, JNUMorphological Analyzer of Braj Bhashajnu.mayank@gmail.com
38Shaminaj KhanSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2014-2018 A Critical study of Female Sexuality in Classical Sanskrit Dramas
shaminaaz.edu@gmail.com
*37VasudevDepartment of Translation Studies, School of Translation and Interpretation, Mahatma Gandhi Aantarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha-4420012014-2018Prof Devraj, MGAHU, Wardha Hindi Morph Analyzer in the context of Machine Translation
vasupawar31@gmail.com
36Swaran Lata Center of Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU2011-2015Prof. Pramod Kumar Pandey, Center of Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU Pronunciation lexicon specification for Punjabi language within W3C framework
lata.swaran@gmail.com
35Anupama PandeyDepartment of Translation Studies, School of Translation and Interpretation, Mahatma Gandhi Aantarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha-4420012013-2017Dr. Harpreet Kaur, MGAHU, Wardha Creation and Evaluation of POS Tagged Hindi Corpora in the domain of cricket
anuska.pantr@gmail.com
34Atul Kumar OjhaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2013-2017English-Bhojpuri Machine Translation : A case study of Sanskrit based interlingua
shashwatup9k@gmail.com
33Devendra Singh RajputSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU2013-2017Prof. Ravikesh, Center for Korean Studies, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNUCreating an Online Catalogue System for Science and Technology Manuscripts of Sanskrit: Issues and Challenges
devendra.rajput8@gmail.com
32Sharmin MuzaffarDepartment of Linguistics Aligarh Muslim University2014-2018Prof. Khateeb Syed Mustafa, Department of Linguistics Aligarh Muslim UniversityChallenges in Mapping Verb Morphology in Machine Translation System: A Case of Translation from English to Urdu on Bing and Google Translation Platforms
sharmin.muzaffar@gmail.com
31Harjit SinghCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672013-2017Prof Vaishna Narang, Center for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-67Inter-sentential Anaphora resolution in Punjabiharjitsingh.jnu@gmail.com
30Sumedh HadkeCentre of Indian Languages, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672012-2016Prof Devendra Kumar Chaube, Centre of Indian Languages, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU An Evaluation of English- Hindi Machine Translation Systemssumedhkhadke@gmail.com
#29Jay SahaSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015Prof V N Jha, Former Director, CASS, PuneSanskrit linguistic elements in modern Bengalijayvivekananda@gmail.com
28Archana TiwariSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015
Statistical POS Tagger for Sanskrit: Methods, Modality & Challengesarchana.jnu@gmail.com
#27Baldev Ram KhandoliyanSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015Prof Kapil Kapoor, Professor of English and Linguistics (retd) & Former Rector of JNU & Former Dean, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-67A Computer System for Aṣṭādhyāyībaldevramjnu@gmail.com
26Esha BanerjeeCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015Prof Vaishna Narang, Center for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-67Prosody labeling in Hindi TTSesha.jnu@gmail.com
25Pinkey NainwaniCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015Prof Vaishna Narang, Center for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-67Challenges in Automatic Translations of Natural Languages - a study of English-Sindhi Divergence [with specific reference to Conflational divergence] pinkeybhu39@gmail.com
24Madhav GopalCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015Prof Anvita Abbi, Center for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-67Sanskrit null pronouns - challenges for machine recognition and resolutionmgopalt@gmail.com
23Kumar Nripendra PathakSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015
Verb Mapping for Sanskrit Hindi Translator (SaHiT)nri.pathak@gmail.com
22Paritosh DasSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-Prof Shrinivas Varkhedi, VC, Central Sanskrit University, Delhi
Prof.Veeranarayana Pandurangi, faculty of Vedanta, Karnataka Sanskrit University, Bengaluru
Semantic Knowledgebase for Computational Analysis of Navya Nyaya Texts with special reference to Śaktivadapari145@gmail.com
21Rajneesh PandeySchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672011-2015
Sanskrit-Hindi Statistical Machine Translation: Perspectives & Problemsrajneeshp1988@gmail.com
20Chitresh SoniDept. of Sanskrit, MLSU, Udaipur, Rajasthan2010-15Dr Naveen Kumar Jha, MLSUIssues and challenges in Sanskrit to English machine Translationsoni.chitresh@gmail.com
19Piyush AggarwalDept. of Sanskrit, Panjab University, Chandigarh2010-15Prof Vikram Viveki, Dept. of Sanskrit, Panjab University, ChandigarhPaninian Samasa Recognition and Processing: A rule based approach piyushaggarwal84@gmail.com
*18Mukesh Kumar MishraSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672010-Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharya, IIT Bombay A Study of WSD Approach for Resolvnig Natural Langage Ambiguities: A Case of Sanskrit Avyayas mukeshscssjnu@gmail.com
17Km. Archana DeviSchool of Translation Studies and Training, IGNOU, New Delhi2010-14Prof. Rajendra Prasad Pandey, School of Translation Studies and Training School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, IGNOUGrammatical and Features Tagging (With Special Reference to Hindi Nouns, Adjectives and Verbs) and Their Use in Translationarchanaignouphd@gmail.com
16Neha DixitCenter for Technology Studies, School of Languages, Mahatma Gandhi International University, Wardha, MH2010-14Prof. Vijay Kumar Kaul, Center for Technology Studies, School of Languages, Mahatma Gandhi International University, Wardha, MHRecognizer of Hindi Verb Classes in Syntactice Perspectivebhunehadixit@gmail.com
15Ritesh KumarCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU,New Delhi-672009-2013Prof. Ayesha Kidwai, Center of Linguistics, JNUPoliteness in Hindi: pragmatic and computational aspectsriteshkrjnu@gmail.com
*14Diwakar ManiSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672008-Dr Hemant Darbari, Director, CDAC, Pune (retd)A critical study of Sanskrit-Hindi Machine Translation divergencesdiwakarmani@gmail.com
*13Surjit Kumar SinghSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672008-  Semantic Processing of Sanskrit based on Amarkosha (In the context of "Apratimapratimam" of Jaggu Vakulabhushana) surjit.jnu@gmail.com
*12Muktanand AgrawalSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672007-Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharya, IIT Bombay Lexical Ambiguities and their resolution in Sanskrit with Special Reference to Panchatantra mukta.jnu@gmail.com
*11Sanjeet Kumar DasDept of Humanities & Social Sciences, IIT Kanpur2006-Dr. Amman Madan, Associate Professor, Dept of HSS, IIT KanpurScrambling in Oriya and other Free Word Order Languages: A Minimalist Approach sanjeet.iitk@gmail.com
10Diwakar MishraSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672009-13Dr Kalika Bali, Microsoft Research India, BangaloreSamvacaka - A Speech Synthesis System for Sanskrit Prosediwakarmishra@gmail.com
9Keshav NiranjanSchool of Computer Science & IT, Singhania University, Rajasthan2009-12
Natural Language Interface for Database: using keyword approachkeshav.niranjan@gmail.com
8Manji BhadraSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672007-2012Prof Saroja Bhate, BORI, Pune knowledgebase for karma-kaarakamanji.bhadra@gmail.com
7Sachin KumarSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672007-2012 Named Entity Recognition for Sanskrit: a hybrid approach sachin.jnu@gmail.com
6Narayan Kumar ChoudharyCenter for Linguistics, School of Languages Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672007-2011Prof Pramod Pandey, Center of Linguistics, JNUAutomatic Identification and Analysis of Verb Groups in Hindi choudharynarayan@gmail.com
5Subhash ChandraSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672007-2011Dr. A B Saha, Executive Director (retd) CDAC KolkataOntological Knowledge Base for selected verbs of Sanskrit and Bangla subhash.jnu@gmail.com
4Priti BhowmikSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672005-2009 Evolving e-learning methods for Sanskrit elearning in the context of secondary sylabus of CBSEmana.bhowmik@gmail.com
3Ainura AsamidinovaCenter for Linguistics, School of Language Literature & Culture Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672004-2008Prof Pramod Pandey, Center of Linguistics, JNUKnowledge Base for Russian-English Machine Translation Divergencesainush@gmail.com
2R ChadrashekarSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672003-2007 Part-Of-Speech Tagging for Sanskritchandrashekara@gmail.com
1Sudhir Kumar MishraSchool of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU, New Delhi-672003-2007 Sanskrit karaka analyzer for Machine Translationsudhirkumarmishra@gmail.com