Dr. P Arivudai Nambi

Associate Professor

Department of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (at Mangalore)


    Mr. P Arivudai Nambi is Assistant Professor - Selection Grade in Department of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology at KMC, Mangalore.

    Roles & Responsibilities:

    • Teaching: Undergraduate and Post graduate students
    • Clinical supervision and patient care
    • Incharge for Hearing Aid laboratory
    • Guide: Dissertations/Conference presentations/Clinical & Journal clubs 


Subject Subject code Semester
Psycho Physics SH 203 I year MASLP
Hearing Devices SH 305 II year MASLP
Paediatric Audiology B.4.4 IV semester BASLP


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MSc (Master of Science) Audiology All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore 2007
BSc (Speech and Hearing) Speech and Hearing All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore 2005


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology, KMC Mangalore Assistant Professor - Selection Grade Teaching, Research, Clinical Management 2013 - till date
Department of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology, KMC Mangalore Assistant Professor -Senior Scale Teaching, Research, Clinical Management 2010-2013
Department of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology, KMC Mangalore Lecturer Teaching, Research, Clinical Management 2008-2010
MERF - Institute of Speech and Hearing, Chennai Lecturer Taught the subjects amplification and assistive devices for the hearing impaired and introduction to audiology. • Clinical specialist candidacy assessment and mapping of cochlear implants. June 2007 - February 2008


Area of Interest

Psycho Acoustics, Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants, Electro Physiological Assessment of Auditory System

Area of Expertise

Psycho Acoustics, Fitting and Verification of Hearing Aids

Area of Research

Auditory processing in normal hearing and in individuals with hearing impairment, Age related changes in auditory spectral and temporal processing, Association between auditory evoked potentials and auditory perception

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Member of Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), 2009.
  • Life Member of Indian Speech & Hearing Association (ISHA), 2005.

Concurrent vowel identification and speech perception in noise in individuals with cochlear hearing loss

2013-01-01 Kumar Rayanagoudar UA

Acta Acustica United with Acustica, 2013, Vol 99 (6), Pg 952 - 959.

Auditory brainstem response: objective measures show promise for screening

2013-01-01 Bhat JS Ranjan R Arora A

Hearing Journal, 2013, Vol 66(3), Pg 20- 22.

Envelope expansion of sine wave vocoded speech

2011-01-01 Bhat JS

The Journal of International Advanced Otology, 2011, Vol 7(3), Pg 391-397.

Perception of spectrally shifted speech: Implications for cochlear implants

2011-01-01 Manoharan S Bhat JS Sangamanatha

The Journal of International Advanced Otology, 2011, Vol 7(3), Pg 379-384.

Intelligibility and acoustic characteristics of clear and conversational speech in Telugu (A south Indian Dravidian language)

2011-01-01 Naresh D Ridhima B Prakash J

Vol 63(2), Pg 165-171, Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, 2011.

Perception of clear speech by hearing impaired individuals

Naresh D Prakash SGR

LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011.

Speech recognition with temporal envelope and fine structure cues under simulated reverberation

2010-01-01 Bhat JS Rajesh R

International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Healthcare Informatics, 2010, Vol 3(1), Pg 41-44.

The auditory effects of MCP841 treatment protocol for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia

2009-01-01 Ranjan R Kumar AU Bhat JS

Journal of Thai Rehabilitation Medicine, 2009, Vol 19(Supplement).

A search for an appropriate protocol to record TEOAEs and contralateral suppression of TEOAEs

2008-01-01 Chandrakant V Barman A

Journal of the Indian Speech and Hearing Association, 2008, Vol 22, 13.

Art factual responses when recording auditory steady state response: Phase coherence

2007-01-01 Narne VK Vanaja CS

Journal of All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, 2007, Vol 26.

Contribution of amplitude modulations for concurrent stream segregation: a probe through object related negativity

2013-01-01 Dashika GM Delora Samantha Nikhitha B Theruvan (PG)

2013-2015 I MASLP.

Association of consonant identification with frequency following responses for harmonic complex and tonal sweeps

2013-01-01 Harsha Haridas Chris Joseph Sonia Babu

2013-2015 I MASLP.

Effect of contralateral acoustic stimulation on dip listening

2011-01-01 Amrin TK Linda Sara (UG)

2011-2015 III BASLP.

Association between envelope following response and perception of temporal modulations and speech

2011-01-01 Manju V (PG)

2011-2013 II MASLP.

Effect of conventional and frequency compression amplification on F0Differential limen, co-modulation masking release and speech perception in noise

2011-01-01 Deepak Raj (PG)

2011-2013 II MASLP.

Effect of training on acceptable noise levels in adults with normal hearing sensitivity

2010-01-01 Anshul (PG)

2010 - 2012 II MASLP.

Informational masking in native Kannada speakers: age and masker effects

2010-01-01 Rajlaxmi (PG)

2010 - 2012 II MASLP.