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Dr. Leena Jadhav


Applied Science


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+91 20 2550 7554


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Teaching Experience: 


Research Experience: 



  • B.A., 2002, SavitribaiPhule Pune University

  • M.A., 2004, SavitribaiPhule Pune University

  • M.Phil., 2010, SavitribaiPhule Pune University

  • Ph.D.,2017, Shivaji University Kolhapur


Other Qualifications


  • Completed ‘NLP SUBCONSCIOUS REIMPRINTING MASTER PRACTITIONER CUM COACH PROGRAMME’ organized by Midas Touch at Pune from July 19-23, 2017.


  • Completed ‘A Basic Course in Spanish’ from Let’s Talk Academy, Pune.


  • Completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sanskrit Linguistics from Pune University in the academic year July 2005 – March 2006.

Teaching Responsibility: 

  • A course in “Professional Communication” to F.Y. B. Tech students

  • A course in “Humanities” to F.Y. M. Tech students

  • A remedial course in English entitled “A Course in Communicative English” to M. Tech students

Additional Responsibility: 

  • Prepared a syllabus for a remedial course in English to be conducted for M. Tech students

  • Mentor of a batch formed during the induction programmeof F.Y. B. Tech students


  • Jadhav, L. & Karekatti, T. (2019). The Verb Phrase in English and Marathi: A Study in Markedness Differential Hypothesis. FORTELL, 38.

  • Jadhav, L. (2019). ‘Using Whatsapp to Teach English to the School Teachers in Rural India’ in ‘Selected Papers from the 8th National Conference on ‘Empowering Students of Bharat with English for Career Development’, ELTIS, Gayatri Printers, Pune, 119-37.

  • Jadhav, L. & Karekatti, T. (2017). The Acquisition of the Perfect Progressive Construction in English by Management Students: A Sudy in Error Analysis. The Journalof English Language Teaching (JELT), LIX (6),17-25.


  • Jadhav, L. &Karekatti, T. (2017).The Acquisition of the Perfect Aspect in English by Engineering Students. Asian Journal of English Studies, 6 (3), 35-47.


  • Jadhav, L. (2016). The Use of English Verb Phrase in English by Marathi Speakers of English: A Case Study. LangLit, 2(4), 469-74.


  • Jadhav, L. (2015). The Progressive Aspect in English and Marathi: A Comparative Study. Journal of Higher Education and Research Society: A refereed international, 3(2), 488-97.


  • Jadhav, L. (2014). The Verb Phrase in Marathi. ETL Voices – India, 4(2), 107-24.


Language and Culture’, ELTIS, Gayatri Printers, Pune, 153-58.

  • Jadhav, L. (2015). ‘Teaching Grammar Through Songs’ in Selected Papers from an


International Conference on ‘Language, Literature and Culture’, IASE, Pune, 76-82.


  • Jadhav, L. (2013). ‘Practising Grammar through Activities’ in ‘Selected Papers from the 2nd National Conference on Making the Teaching and Learning of Grammar a Pleasure: Challenges and Solutions’, ELTIS, Gayatri Graphics, Pune, 198-204.

  • Jadhav, L. (2012). ‘Let’s Talk: Enhancing Speaking Skills of Students’ Activities’ in ‘Selected Papers from the 3rdNational Conference on Developing Speaking Skills’ , ELTIS, Gayatri Graphics, Pune, 65-73.


Memberships and Affiliations: 

  • Executive Joint Secretary of the Pune Chapter of English Language Teachers’ Association

  • Life member of Linguistic Society of India

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