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Writer in Spotlight: Dr. Sutinder Singh Noor

By FnF Desk | PUBLISHED: 08, Oct 2010, 16:33 pm IST | UPDATED: 08, Oct 2010, 20:59 pm IST

Writer in Spotlight: Dr. Sutinder Singh Noor

Prof. Sutinder Singh Noor was born in October 5, 1940 in Kotkapura, Punjab. Have Doctorate in 1976, Double  post graduate in English and Punjabi, have more than 37 years of  Teaching Experience. Retd. as a Professor, from Department of Punjabi, University of Delhi, Delhi.

Guiding more than 30 Research scholar who have been awarded the degree of Ph.D. He was Head of Punjabi Department, University of Delhi in 1991-1994.

Date of Birth: October 5, 1940 (Kotkapura, Punjab),

Ph.D. 1976, M.A. (Punjabi), 1969 (First Class), M.A. (English), 1967

Teaching Experience: 37 years.

Guiding Research: 30 Ph.D. Students have been awarded the degree

Present Membership of Literary Associations and Institutions:

1.    Vice-President, Sahitya Akademi
2.    Member, Language Council, HRD Ministry, Govt. of India
3.    Member, Knowledge/Translation Commission, Delhi
4.    Chairman, Institute of Contemporary Punjab Studies, Ludhiana
5.    Member, Governing Council, Punjabi Academy, Delhi
6.    Panel Expert, National Book Trust of India
7.    Ex-Member, High Power Committee, National Commission for Minorities
8.    President India Chapter: World Punjabi Congress
9.    Convener (Punjabi), Birla Foundation
10.  Convener (Punjabi), Jnanpeeth

Participation in International Conferences and Seminars:

1.    World Punjabi Conference, (U.K.), 1981
2.    World Punjabi Conference, (Bangkok), 1983
3.    World Punjabi Conference, (Delhi), 1984
4.    International Seminar on Baba Farid, (Lahore)
5.    World Punjabi Conference, (Delhi), 1992
6.    International Seminar on Punjabi Literature after 1947, (Columbia University, U.S.A.), 1994
7.    Seminar on Contemporary Punjabi Culture, (Poland),1994
8.    World Punjabi Conference (U.S.A.), 1997
9.    World Punjabi Conference (Chandigarh), 2000
10.  World Punjabi Conference (Lahore), 2001
11.  World Conference of writers of Indian Languages, New York, 2003)
12.  World Punjabi Conference (Lahore), 2004
13.  World Punjabi Conference (Chandigarh), 2004
14.  World Punjabi Conference (Lahore), 2005
15.  World Urdu Conference (Islamabad), 2005
16.  World Punjabi Conference (Lahore), 2006
17.  World Punjabi Conference (Delhi), 2007
18.  Turin International Book Fair (Italy), 2010
19.  Beijing International Book Fair (China), 2010

Awards:

1.    Punjabi Alochana Award (Punjabi Academy, Delhi)
2.    Shiromani Punjabi Sahitkar Award (Language Deptt., Punjab)
3.    Principal Teja Singh Award (Language Deptt., Punjab)
4.    Bawa Balwant Award (Punjabi Sahit Trust, Dhudike)
5.    Safdar Hashmi Award (Panjab)
6.    Punjabi Folk-Art Sanman (Punjabi Cultural Association, Punjab)
7.    Malwa Sahit Sanman (Punjabi Sahit Sabha, Kotkapura)
8.    Prerna Sanman (Delhi)
9.    IAPA Award (Canada)
10.  Waris Shah Award (Denmark)
11.  Bhai Kahan Singh Award (Punjab)
12.  Aman Poetry Puraskar (Punjab)
13.   Waris Shah Award (Denmark)
14.   Poetry Festival Nabha Sanman, 2001
15.   Bulleh Shah Award (Denmark), 2002   
16.   Punjabi Sath Award (Lambra, Punjab), 2003   
17.   Sahitya Akademi  Award, 2004
18.   Lok Sewa Award (Delhi) 2005
19.   Pt. Yograj Memorial Award (Punjab) 2007
20.   Param Sahitya Sewa Sanman, Punjabi Academy, 2007

Publication (Books) :

Poetry :

1.   Birkh Nipatre (Poetry)
2.   Kavita Di Jalawatni (Poetry)
3.   Sardal De Aar Paar (Poetry)
4.   Maulsari (Poetry)
5.   Nal-Nal Turdian (Poetry)
6.   Saath-Saath Chalte (Hindi)
7.   Cherry De Phul (tr.of Japanese Poetry)
8.   Suraj Te Masiha (tr. of Four European Poets)
9.   Kav Deekhya (ed.)
10. Samean De Hastakhar (ed.)
11.  Pichhle Dahake Di Panjabi Kavita (ed.)
12.  Veeven Sadi Di Punjabi Kavita (ed.)
13.  Adhunik Kav Sangam (ed.)
14.  Punjabi Sufi Kav (ed.)
15.  Rajasthani Di Samkali Kavita (ed.)

Criticism :


16.   Navin Kavita Seema Te Sambhawna
17.    Mohan Singh Da Kav-Jagat
18.    Navin Punjabi Alochna (ed.), Part-I, II & III
19.    Sahit Sidhant Te Vihar
20.    Adhunik Kavita Sidhantak Prepekh
21.    Sabhiachar Te Sahit
22.    Parhdian Likhdian
23.    Samvad Sirjana
24.    Vichardhara, Sahit Ate Sabhiachar
25.    Kavita Akavita Chintan
26.    Punjabi Galap Chetna
27.    Samkali Sahit Samvad
28.    Kavita Di Bhumika
29.    Kavita Sanrachna Te Sarokar
30.    Guru Gobind Singh De Sahit Sabhichar Nu Den (ed.)
31.    Purvi-Drishti Ate Punjabi Sahit (ed.)
32.    Lokyaan, Sabhiachar te Sahit (ed.)
33.    Dalit Chetna Te Sahit (ed.)
34.    Uttar-Adhunikta : Kala Te Sahit (ed.)
35.    Surjit Patar Di Kavita da Samvad (ed.)
36.    Guru Gobind Singh da Sanchar-Sabbhiachar
37.    Heer Waris-Jagat Te Jugat (ed.)
38.    Guru Granth Sahib Da Itihasik Gaurav (ed.)
39.    Dev – Kala Te Kav (ed.)
40.    Samkali Pachhami Chintan (ed.)
41.    Parminderjit Da Kav – Paradigam (ed.)

Other Prose

42.    Maharaja Ranjit Singh (ed.)
43.    Vishav Kahani (ed.)
44.    Sankalap Khalsa (ed.)
45.    Santalinama (ed.)
46.    Saptika (ed.)
47.    Partition Stories (ed., English)

Editor :

1.    “SAMDARSHI” Punjabi Academy, Delhi
2.    “Ikati Farvari” (for five years, 1973-1978)

Media :

Wrote script for Kalidas’s “Meghdootam”, Sanskrit Serial in 15 episodes, Doordarshan, Delhi.

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