Department of Fine Arts

Assistant Professsor
Kharlukhi, Jones D. Wadahunlin
Ms. Kharlukhi is presently lecturing in the department of Fine Arts in Western Music Theory and Practical, Voice Culture, Music Aesthetics and Research Methods in Music. She is NET qualified and has an M. Phil Degree from MLCU in the year 2011 for her work on “A Study on the Development of Khasi Jaintia Presbyterian Church Music”. She is currently pursuing Ph.D from Martin Luther Christian University. Ms. Kharlukhi is also a voluntary music teacher and instructor. She had been directing choirs in different churches and institutions for over nine years. She has also been involved in a variety of music projects, music album, musical concerts and others and still is at present.

Assistant Professor
Lyngdoh, Mebanlamphang

Mr. Lyngdoh is an Assistant Professor in the department of Fine Arts. He lectures in Khasi Traditional Music, Western Music (Theory and Practical), Voice Culture, and Computer Application in Music. Mr. Lyngdoh received his M.Phil degree from MLCU in the year 2011 for his work in “A Study on the Playing Techniques of the Duitara with Special Reference to East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya”. Meban is a Traditional Music Instructor in the Assembly Institute of Music, Shillong & Jeebon Roy Creative Art Akademi, Shillong. He is a member of the U Hynniew Trep Cultural and Welfare Organization. Not only does he lectures and instructs, but he himself is a Session Musician.

Assistant Professor
Warjri, Melamlari

Mr. Warjri is an Assistant Professor in the department of Fine Arts, lecturing in Khasi Traditional Music, Folk Music of North East India, Music Aesthetics, Cultural History of Meghalaya, History and Classification of Musical Instruments, Crafting of Folk Musical Instruments and Research Methods. He received his M.Phil Degree from MLCU in the year 2012 for his work in “Khasi Folk Music, The changing trends and innovations”. He is also a graded artiste in A.I.R. Shillong.

Assistant Professor
Khongjirem, Pyndapbor. E
Mr. Khongjirem is an Assistant Professor in the department of Fine Arts, lecturing in Traditional Music, Folk Music of North East India, Cultural History of Meghalaya, History and Classification of Musical Instruments and Crafting of Folk Musical Instruments. He received his M. Phil Degree from MLCU in the year 2011 for his work in “Khasi Traditional Music prevalent at the Southern Slopes of Khasi Hills under Khyrim Syiemship”. He is also a ‘Duhalia’ (Traditional Musician) of Khyrim Syiemship.


Assistant Professor
Nongbri, Lyngdoh. Phikerwell
Mr. Nongbri is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts. He lectures in Western Music (Theory and Practical), Voice Culture, Khasi Traditonal Music and Songs of Meghlaya. Mr Nongbri is also a voluntary music teacher, instructor and Choir Leader over ten years. He completed his Post Graduation from MLCU, Shillong.


Assistant Professor
Kharmawphlang, Etygail.Kerica
Ms. Kharmawphlang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts. She lectures in Western Music Theory, Piano Practicals, and Computer Applications in Music. She received her post graduation degree from MLCU. Having completed her Associate of Trinity College London (ATCL) in her piano from Trinity Board, London, she now teaches and conducts private music lessons for the interested individuals.

Assistant Professor
Suting,Merilin
Ms. Suting is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts and is currently pursuing her doctoral studies. She completed her M Phil in Hindustani Music from the University of Delhi.

Assistant Professor
Swer, Donovan
Mr. Swer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts and is currently pursuing his PhD studies. He completed his Post Graduation in Music from Martin Luther Christian University.

Mission Statement

To contribute to the sustainable development of Meghalaya and Northeast India, while upholding and conserving its bio-cultural heritage, by providing knowledge and skills that will enable our students to become global citizens and by recognizing the Christian legacy of the University and its commitment to Christian institutions and the Christian community.

Our Pledge

We the incoming/outgoing students of the Martin Luther Christian University vow to always uphold the principles of Honesty, Sustainability, Tolerance and Respect, Quality, Perseverance, Humility, Teamwork, Leadership, Accountability and Recognition as upheld to us in the University. This pledge we make freely, fully understanding that these values will make us good humans and role models.

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