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                                                                                      Dr. U Saidalvi  MA, MBA, B.Ed, Ph.D

                                                                                                      

                                                                                           

Previous services

Farook College, Feroke  (From 27-01-1993 to 28-02-1995)

Govt. College, Chittoor  (From 17-10-1995 to 29-03-1996)

Govt. Brennen College, Thalassery (From 01-10-1996 to 06-11-1996)

W.M.O College, Muttil (From 01-08-1997 to 31-03-2014)

Publications

Books:

1. Al-Alwan (selections from Modern Arabic Prose & Poetry), published by Arabnet, Kozhikkode

2. Essential Skills in Practical Arabic, published by Al Huda Book Stall, Calicut (Coauthor)

3. Madkhal fi nnaqdil Adabi, published by Al Huda Book Stall, Calicut

4. Sarahul Khayal ( selections of Arabic short story and Drama), published by Al Huda Book Stall, Calicut      (coauthor)

Study Materials:

1. Story, Novel & Drama for II BA Arabic main, published by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut

2. Grammar, Rhetoric and Prosody for MA Arabic, published by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut

3. Communication Skills in Arabic for I semester BA/BSc commom course, published by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut

4. Madkhal fi nnaqdil adabi, published by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut

5. Sarahul Khayal, published by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut.

Articles:

1. Abdulla Malabari: The Malayali Genius in Arabic Literature, published in Chandrika daily, Kozhikkode

2. Contribution of Moulavi Abu Laila in Arabic poetry, published in the proceedings "Growth and Development      of Arabic Language and Literature in India" , published by PG & Research Dept. of Arabic, Jamal Mohammed College,  Tiruchirappali

3. Ameer Abdulla al Faisal: the Saudi poet from the royal family, published in Raihan, W.M.O College, Muttil

4. A trip through Arabic Journalism in India, published in Raihan, W.M.O College, Muttil

5. Hasan Abdullah al Qirashi- the saudi poet, published in Raihan, W.M.O College, Muttil

6. Muhammed Abdullah Malabari and Saudi Arabic Literature, published in Majallathu Assalah, Jamia Nadwiyya Campus, Edavanna

7. Wa garbathu al shams, the novel of Muhammed Abdullah Malabari, published in Raihan, W.M.O College, Muttil

8. Ilya Abu Mazi- A critical evaluation, published in Raihan, W.M.O College, Muttil

 

Paper Presentations

1. Contribution of Moulavi Abu Laila to Arabic Poetry in the UGC sponsored National seminar at Jamal Muhammed College, Thiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu

2. Development of Arabic Journalism in India in the national seminar at W.M.O College, Muttil

3. Social aspects in the fiction of Muhammed Abdullah Malabari in the UGC sponsored seminar at W.M.O College, Muttil

4. Importance of ITC in governance and management, Sir Syed College, Taliparampa

5. NAAC Accreditation, in the workshop organised by the Consortium of Principals of Aided Arabic Colleges at Calicut

6. NAAC Accreditation to Arabic Colleges at Anwarul Islam Women's Arabic College, Mongam

Research Guideship
The University of Calicut has accorded sanction as Research Guide in Arabic with the Research Dept. of Arabic, Farook College as the centre, vide order No. CDC/ B1/ 1462/2004/RRG dtd. 17.12.2004
Awards

 Award for the BEST SECRETARY in South India, instituted by the OISCA International, South India Chapter

Award for the Best NSS Programme Officer for organising Anti-drug awareness activities for the year 2006-2007, instituted by the State Committee, Kerala Lahari Virudha Vedi

Membership in Academic Bodies:

Memeber, Board of Studies in Arabic (PG), M.G University, Kottayam in 2008

Member, Board of Studies in Arabic (PG), University of Calicut (2012 onwards)

Member, Board of Studies in Islamic History, Kannur University (2013 onwards)

Member, Board of Studies in Arabic, Farook College, (Autonomous) (2015 onwards)

Chairman, Board of Studies in Arabic, MES College, Mampad (Autonomous) (2015 onwards)