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Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Ravi Shankara Shukla S

 

I   PERSONAL BACKGROUND:

Name:            Dr.Ravi Shankara Shukla S

Date of birth:  10 May 1958

Sex:               Male

Nationality:     Indian

Marital Status:Married, Two Children

Permanent address: A01-05, AIISH Lay Out

                                    Bogadi II Stage South

                                                                        MYSORE 570 026

                                                                        INDIA

Present Address:                                                Assistant Professor

                                                                        Speech & Hearing Unit

                                                                        Rehabilitation Sciences Department          CAMS,

King Saud University

PO Box 10219, RIYAD 11433

SAUDI ARABIA         

E-mail:                                                  ravishuk@yahoo.com

Phone:                                                  966-1-4693596(office)

                                                                        966-1-4341275(Home)

Mobile:                                                              966-509002634 

  

II     ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Degree                        University/College     Year   Class

Ph.D.                            University of Mysore                    1988                    (Speech &         All India Institute                             

Hearing)                        Speech & Hearing                                                         

                                    Mysore, India

M.Sc.                            University of Mysore                    1980                       I

(Speech &         All India Institute

Hearing)            of Speech & Hearing

                                    Mysore, India 

B.Sc.                             University of Mysore                    1978                       II

(Speech &         All India Institute

Hearing)                        of Speech & Hearing

                                    Mysore, India

 

III   CAREER HISTORY:

Positions held            Period                                      Nature of

 work

Asst. Professor                                   28-3-98 to                                Teaching

RHS, CAMS                                            till date  Research

KSU, Saudi Arabia                                     

 

Lecturer                                                          19-6-96 to         Teaching

FSKB, UKM                                            27-3-98             Clinical

Kuala Lumpur                                                                 Research

Malaysia

                                                             

Lecturer                                                          29-10-84 to       Teaching

AIISH                                                    18-6-96             Research

Mysore,                                                                                                  Clinical

India                

IV        AWARDS /HONOURS RECEIVED:

1.     Recognized by the University of Mysore, Mysore, India to guide research students for Doctoral degree in Speech pathology

 

  1. Recipient of Commonwealth Fellowship in 1988 to visit UK to participate in a seminar on “Educational Needs of Deaf Children”

 

  1. Junior Research Fellowship by Indian council of Medical Research in 1981 to carry out research project titled “objective measurements in the speech of the hearing impaired”

 

  1. Best Scientific Paper award for the paper titled “comparison of reflex amplitude and decay time in contra-lateral and ipsilateral stimulation in normal persons” by Indian Speech and Hearing Association.

 

V. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

From 29-10-1984 to 18-6-96 in the department of speech pathology, All India Institute of speech & Hearing, I was involved in clinical teaching of 8 hours per week. 

 

The job involved primarily supervising under-graduate and graduate students in the areas of voice disorders, rehabilitation of the laryngectomee, cleft palate speech, stuttering and the speech of the hearing impaired, in developing

 

            Developing case history taking skills

            Developing interviewing skills

            Learning various assessment procedures

            Interpreting the clinical data obtained

            Diagnosis of speech disorders

            Making prognosis statements

            Planning appropriate therapeutic procedures

 

2. From 19-06-96 to 27-03-98 as lecturer in the department of Speech Sciences and Audiology, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, National University of Malaysia, I was involved in the clinical training of the under-graduate students, as detailed above.

 

In addition to this clinical teaching, I was also involved in clinical service, 6 hours per week, in the areas speech and language disorders.

 

VI. SCIENTIFIC PAPERS PUBLISHED

1.        Phonological space in the speech of t he hearing impaired. Journal of Communication Disorders. Vol. 2, 1989, 317-325.

 

2.        Speech characteristics in the hearing impaired subjects. A tutorial review. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 21, 1990, 35-64.

 

3.        Speech Pathology & Audiology in India. Human Communication Canada Vol. 8, No.4, 1984, 249-253.

 

4.        Voice onset time in the Kannada language. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 22, 1989, 13-19.

 

5.        Voice onset times in the speech of the hearing impaired. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 20, 1989, 20-24.

  

6.        Breath duration in the speech of hearing impaired. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 19, 1988, 69-69

 

7.        Diadochokinetic rate in the speech of the hearing impaired. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 19,1988, 69-71.

 

8.        Objective measurements in the speech of the hearing impaired. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 19 1988,78-81.

 

9.        Objective method of measuring diadochokinetic rate. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing Association, Vol. 5-6, 1988-89, 24-26.

 

10.     Durational characteristics in meaningful and non-meaningful words. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing Association, India Vol. 2, 1983, 21-24.

 

11.     Consonant duration in different vowel environments. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing Association, Vol. 1, 1982

 

12.     Comparison of reflex amplitude and decay time in contralateral and ipsilateral stimulation in normal persons. Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore, India Vol. 10 1979, 127-137

 

VII. PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

1. Comparison of reflex amplitude and decay time in contra lateral and ipsilateral stimulation in normal persons. Conference of Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing Association, Madras, India, 1983.

 

2. Durational characteristics in meaningful and non-meaningful words. Annual Conference of Indian Speech & Hearing Association, Madras, India, 1983.

 

3. Consonant duration in different vowel environments. Annual Conference of Indian Speech & Hearing Association, Madras, India, 1983.

 

4. Some acoustical aspects of the speech of the hearing impaired in symposium on “Hearing Impaired Child” ISHA, Madras, India, 1983.

 

5. Format frequencies of Kannada vowels. Annual Conference of Indian Speech & Hearing Association, Delhi, India, 1984.

 

6. Objective method of measuring diadochokinetic rate. Annual Conference of Indian Speech & Hearing Association, Delhi, India, 1984. 

 

7. Spectrographic analysis of the speech of the hearing impaired. National Seminar on “Integration of the deaf”, Delhi, India, 1984.

 

8. Acoustical analysis of the cleft palate speech. Twenty-fourth National convention of Indian Speech and Hearing Association, Calcutta, India 1992.

 

9. Cleft palate speech: Diagnosis and Management. Department of Plastic Surgery, Government Medical College, Mysore, India, 1992.

 

10. Role of Artificial larynx in the rehabilitation of the laryngectomee patients. Department of Instrumentation Technology of SJ College of Engineering, Mysore, India, 1992.

 

11. Cleft palate speech: Diagnosis and Management. National conference of Association of Plastic Surgeons of India, Bangalore, 1993.

  

VIII. MENTORING EXPERIENCE:

Master’s Thesis

 

1.        Diadochokinetic rate in the speech of the hearing impaired. University of Mysore, Mysore 1991

 

2.        A new therapy technique for the voiced and voiceless distinction problem of the hearing impaired. University of Mysore, Mysore, 1991

 

3.        Pitch and amplitude perturbation in 7 years-old children. University of Mysore, Mysore 1992

 

4.        Pitch and amplitude perturbation in 8 years-old children. University of Mysore, Mysore 1992

 

5.        Pitch and amplitude perturbation in 10 years-old children. University of Mysore, Mysore 1992 

IX. Workshops/Seminars/Conferences attended:

1.        I have certificate of appreciation for participation in the WHO workshop “Diagnostic Proformae in Speech Pathology & Audiology” Mysore, India, 1981

2.        Attended the National Seminar on “Integration of the Deaf” and presented a paper, New Delhi, India, 1984.

3.         Attended the workshop “Multi purpose Rehabilitation Assistants” Bombay, India, 1984.

4.        Attended the Seminar on “Speech Processing on IBM PC” Bangalore, India, 1988.

5.        Guided the Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh to set up a School for the Deaf. 1988.

6.        Participated in the Commonwealth Seminar on the “Educational Needs of the Deaf Children” Brighton, UK 1988.

7.        Participated in the workshop the Clinical Application of PC in Communication Disorders.

Mysore, India 1988. 

8.        Participated in the CME program on Vocal rehabilitation following laryngectomy at the annual Conference of Association of Otolaryngologists of India, Mysore, 1989

9.       Participated in the Workshop Clinical Supervision of Speech & Language Therapists” Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1996

10.     Participated in the 7th ASEAN ORL-Head & Neck congress Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

11.     Participated as a resource person in Auditory Verbal Workshop for parents, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1996

 

 X. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL BODIES: 

  1. Life member of Indian Speech and Hearing Association 

 

  1. Member of New Zealand Speech Language Therapists Association

  1.  Licensed to practice Speech & Language Therapy in New Zealand

 

 
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