KU’s Sanskrit deptt to hold conference from Oct 17
Srinagar, Aug 28: The Post-Graduate Department of Sanskrit University of Kashmir, is organizing a three-day national conference on “Challenges to Oriental Studies in 21st century” from October 17.
Giving details about the proposed conference, Head of the Department Sanskrit and convener of the conference, Professor S Razdan said eminent academicians and scholars of oriental studies from across the country would deliberate on the theme during the three days. The delegates will share their expertise and innovative ideas on oriental studies during the academic sessions of the conference, Prof Razdan said, adding broader themes like, Arabic language and literature, Islamic Studies, Iranian language and culture would be discussed besides many smaller themes relevant to the subject.
Prof S Razadan has invited eminent academicians and scholars of oriental studies to become members and join the conference to benefit from its deliberations.
She said the delegates could write their research papers in any of these languages i.e; Arabic, Sanskrit ,Persian, Hindi, Urdu, and English.
The abstracts of the proposed papers must reach PG department of Sanskrit up to August 31. For further details, she said the interested scholars could log on to Kashmir University website www.kashmiruniversity.com.
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