Seminar on English concludes
Srinagar, Mar 16: A three-day seminar on English language and literature concluded at the Kashmir University Wednesday.
The seminar titled English language and literature in India: Issues in Policy, Pedagogy and Research was organized by the Department of English.
Speaking at the valedictory function, the outstation participants appreciated the endeavor.
They urged the Department to continue holding such seminars which are aimed at discussing some of the vital issues facing English language and literature in the contemporary world.
“Such activities help in updating the curriculum at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, apart from enlightening the students and scholars about the current trends and issues in language and literature,” the participants said.
A number of reputable scholars from various parts of India participated in the seminar. These included Prof ML Raina; Prof GK Das; noted writer and scholar, Prof Badri Raina and eminent professor from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Prof Harish Narang.
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