KU releases linguistic journal

Srinagar Dec 5: Kashmir University’s department of Linguistics released its fifth volume of the Interdisciplinary Refreed Journal of Linguistics (IJL) for the academic year 2012. 
Prof Talat Ahmad vice- chancellor Kashmir University is the patron of the journal. Prof Nazir Ahmad Dhar Head department of Linguistics is editor of then journal while Aejaz Muhammad Sheik is its associate editor.
Dr. Adil Amin Kak , Dr Sajad Hussain Wani,  Dr Musawir Ahmad  and Dr Sheebaa Hassan, Faculty Department of Linguistics   are among the editorial board of the journal.
“Interdisciplinary Refreed Journal of Linguistics (IJL) has over the years grown qualitatively  and has  over the years carved a niche at the country level for its  in-depth analysis of the issues confronting  issues of language development and the broader challenges before the linguistic landscape of the country,” a KU spokesman said in a statement.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 5 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 5 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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