Sahitya Akademi Award for Poetry, 2017 for ‘Jahalak Diary’, an anthology of poems in Maithili
Sir Ganganath Jha Memorial Award, 2017 for contributions to Maithili Literature.
Suniti Kumar Chatterji National Lectureship for 2016 from by the Asiatic Society, Kolkata.
Jyotirishwar Sanman 2016 for life-time contribution to Maithili theatre by Mailorang.
Kalaignar Porkizhi Award, 2014 by BAPASI (Book-Sellers & Publishers’ Association of South India), organizers of Chennai Book Fair under “Other Indian Languages and Literature” category.
Keertinarayan Mishra Award (Chetana Samiti) for his play ‘No entry: Maa Pravisha’, 2009; by the Chief Minister of Bihar on 31st October, 2009
Mithila Vibhuti Sanman 2007
Member of Indian delegation in Paris and Chicago for establishment of Vivekananda Chair and Inauguration of Tagore’s Original Painting Exhibition in February 2012
Member of Writers’ Delegation: Lectures on Translation at the London Book Fair, 2009
SAARC Delegation to Kathmandu for South Asian University Meeting, Nepal, 2009
Leader of Indian Delegation of Writers, China (To Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai); Sept. 2007
Delegation to the National Institute of Language Education and Training, (NILET), Colombo, Sri Lanka to sign MoU, 2007
Delegation to Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Moka, Mauritius to lecture and sign MoU between CIIL, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India and MGI, 2006
Poet-Invitee, Frankfurt Book Fair, Frankfurt, Germany, 2006 with readings in lectures in four Cities
Writers’ Delegation: Delivered lectures at the universities of Venice, Naples and Rome as a member of Indian delegation in Italy, 1999.
Linguistics Fellowship, Humboldt University, Berlin (East, GDR-East Germany, 1985
Professor Udaya Narayana Singh Office: Chair-Professor & Head, ACLiS (Amity Centre for Linguistic Studies), Amity University Haryana, Pachgaon-Manesar, Dt Gurgaon (Haryana) PIN:122413 Residence: A-303, Faculty Quarters, Amity University HaryanaFormerly: Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan (2010-12) & Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore (2000-2009)