Invited Plenary Speaker at the 4th BELTA (Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association) Conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 24-26 August, 2007.
Presented a paper (along with Susmita Pani) on Issues in the Implementation of TEYL: A Case study of two States of India at the International IATEFL Young Learners SIG/British Council Teaching English to Young Learners Conference organised at the Regional Institute of English, Bangalore, India, January 2008.
Invited Plenary Speaker at the ELTAI (English Language Teachers’ Association of India) Conference in Chennai, February, 2008.
Presented a paper on What can University Students do with Language? At the 3rd International Conference of the Association of Language Testers in Europe, Cambridge April 2008.
Presented a paper at the 3rd Symposium of Asia Teacher Education Consortium, on Mentoring in Delhi Schools: A Programme for Teacher Development, Changsha, China, October 2008.
Panelist in the Panel Discussion on Testing and Evaluation, at the English for Progress: Second Policy Dialogue, British Council, Kolkata, November 2008.
Workshop on Assessment and Evaluation for college teachers of Kolkata University, leading to a Certificate Course in the Teaching of English, Institute of English, Kolkata, December 2009.
Invited Speaker on Testing Language Proficiency: Models for Indian Higher Education Sector at the English for Progress: Third Policy Dialogue, British Council, Delhi December 2009.
Panelist in the Panel Discussion on Equal Education Opportunity and Quality in Elementary Education at the National Consultation on Equal Opportunity and Inclusion in Education, Save the Children, Finland -South Asia Regional Office, Delhi, December 2009.
Invited Plenary Speaker at the III National Vidarbha Regional conference of the English language Teachers’ Association of India, held at Nagpur, February 2010.
Invited Speaker at the IATEFL Young Learners and Teen-agers Special Interest Group Pre- Conference Event in Harrogate on Challenging changes or changing challenges? A YLT reality check, Harrogate, UK, April, 2010.
Convened and presented a symposium at the IATEFL Conference on Meaning Making through Stories for Young Learners, April 2010, Harrogate, UK.
Invited Featured Speaker at the Asia TEFL International Conference on ‘Young learner English language policy and implementation: A view from India’ in Hanoi, Vietnam, August 2010.
Invited Speaker at the 16th NAFLE Annual Conference on ‘How can Learners Learn to Learn English?’ Beijing, China November 2010.
Invited Speaker at the 16th NAFLE Conference on ‘What CAN our Secondary School Students do in English?’ Wuhan and Chonqing, China, November 2010.
Conducted a Pre-Conference Workshop (along with team members of the UKIERI Project) on ‘Mentoring in Schools: A Tool for Collaborative Reflective Practice’, PCF6, Cochin, November 2010.
Presented a paper on ‘Deconstructing the Politics of Access: The Case of the University Student’, PCF 6, 24-28 November 2010.
Participated in the conference ‘ Transforming schools, transforming education’ organised by the Azim Premji Foundation, India International Centre, New Delhi 13 January 2011.
Panelist in the Panel Discussion on ‘Continuing Professional Development’ at the International Conference on ‘Starting, Stimulating and Sustaining: English Language Teacher Education and Development’ Hyderabad, India, January 2011.
Discussant for the session on ‘ICT and Pedagogy’ (Jan 2011) at the ‘Global Conclave of Young Scholars of Indian Education’, NUEPA, Delhi, January 2011.
Key Note Speaker at the International Conference on Teacher Development in ELT on ‘From English Teaching to the English Teacher: Some Imperatives’, Thrissur, Kerala, Feb 2011.
Invited Speaker at the 46th RELC International Seminar on ‘Teaching Language to Learners of Different Age Groups on ‘Telling Tales: Getting Learners to Read’, Singapore, April 2011.
Presented papers on ‘Mentoring: A Professional Development Programme for Teachers’ and ‘CPD Policy and Practice: a Review’ (along with Amol Padwad) at the English Language Policy Think Tank Series, Continuing Professional Development 2, British Council, Delhi, April 2011.
Conducted a Workshop for Teachers of Bharati College on ‘Conducting Tutorials’ (along with Bharati Baveja) on May 2011.
Participated in the International Conference on Improving the Quality of Secondary Education, MHRD, Delhi, May 2011.
Panelist in the Panel discussion on ‘MLE Pedagogy: Teaching of English in MLE Programs’. At the International Consultative meet and Strategy Dialogue on Mother Tongue based Multilingual Education: Framework, Strategies and Implementation, CIIL, Mysore, September 2011.
Have conducted several workshops for teachers of English as part of the English Language Teachers’ Association of India’s (Delhi Chapter) activities January-September, 2011.
Was part of the Organising Team of the second annual and first international conference of ELTAI- D (English Language Teachers’ Association of India-Delhi Chapter) on Reflective Teaching Practices in ESL Classrooms, October 2011.
Participated in the English Language Policy Think Tank Series on Continuing Professional Development of English Language Teachers and Trainers, British Council, Delhi, October, 2011.
Served as a Resource Person at the National Workshop on Doing Research in ELT: Methodologies, applications and Challenges at Loyola College, University of Madras, Chennai, December 2011.
Presented a position paper on English for B.A. Programme Students: Assessment Possibilities at the one-day workshop on English Language Courses at the BA Programme Level, Bharati College, University of Delhi, January 2012.
Conducted a one day National Workshop on Good Practices in the Language Classroom: Strategies for effective language development in large classes for teachers at the Department of ELT, Guwahati University, Guwahati, January 2012.
Participated in the Consultative Think-Tank for preparing an ELT Policy Document, Azim Premji Foundation, Bangalore, 1-3 February 2012.
Invited Panelist in the panel discussion on Programme Evaluation at the Second International Conference on Assessing and Evaluating English Language Teacher Education, Teaching and Learning, organized by the British Council and the EFL University, Hyderabad, March 2012.
Presented a paper (along with 10 other teachers) on Diary writing as a tool for professional development at the Second International Conference on Assessing and Evaluating English Language Teacher Education, Teaching and Learning, organized by the British Council and the EFL University, Hyderabad, March 2012.
Participated in the English Language Policy Think Tank Series on Continuing Professional Development of English Language Teachers and Trainers, British Council, Hyderabad, March 2012.
Plenary Speaker at the 5th International TED ELT Conference (Empowering the learner: Linking assessment to learning) on Monitoring Learner Progress: Tasting the soup (!) held at Istanbul, Turkey, March 2012.
Conducted two workshops for teachers and teacher educators at Istanbul (26 March 2012) and Ankara (28 March 2012) on Assessing Writing, organized by the British Council, Turkey.
Invited Speaker at the First Workshop of the project Prospects for English Studies: India and Britain Compared on Questions of Curriculum, Pedagogy, and the Market, Jawaharlal Nehru University, April 2012.
Panelist at the panel discussion on the topic From theory to practice: How can English language project interventions lead to positive and measurable change for all stakeholders? to mark the launch of the book Managing Change in English Language Teaching: Lessons from Experience (Edited by C. Tribble, British Council, London , 2012) on 25 May 2012 Chandigarh.
Presented a paper on Monitoring and evaluation of teacher growth at the 4th International Policy Dialogue Forum Teacher Challenges for EFA in India, MHRD, Delhi, May 2012.
Presented a paper on the Use of ODL and ICT in teacher training with special emphasis on English Language Teaching at the International Conference on Use of ICT and ODL in Teacher Education, Patna, The World Bank, June 2012.
Invited Plenary Talk on Monitoring learner progress: The cook (Not the Guest) tasting the soup, at the two-day International Symposium on Testing English as a Second Language at the Tertiary Level, Anna University, Chennai, June 2012.
Served as an expert in the discussions on Curricular Reforms in Higher Education, Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, June-July 2012