CUK's seminar on 'Language, Literature and Culture: Intersections and Interrogations' ends
Srinagar, Aug 27: The valedictory function of the three-day national seminar on “Language, Literature and Culture: Intersections and Interrogations” organized by the Department of English, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) from August 25 to 27 was held at the Nowgam academic block of the University on Thursday.
More than 30 scholars and academicians from the valley and other parts of the country participated in the seminar and made presentations on various dimensions of the seminar’s broad theme.
Officiating Vice-Chancellor of the university Prof. Mehraj-ud-Din Mir presided over the function. While speaking on the occasion he congratulated the department for organising the seminar successfully and choosing a broad-based and extensive theme and thereby allowing students, scholars and academics form other disciplines to participate in the seminar. He also thanked the out-station participants for attending the seminar and making it success.
Prof Mohammad Aslam, Head department of English, Central University of Kashmir thanked and congratulated his colleagues for putting in strenuous efforts to make the seminar possible. He expressed sense of satisfaction and contentment on having been able to host the seminar with efficiency and orderliness which was beyond expectations. He also thanked the university administration for extending optimum support and cooperation to the department for organising the seminar. He further said that the all the presentations made in the seminar were scholarly and deserved the commendation they got.
Speaking on the occasion Dr. Ihsan Malik said, “It has been a wonderful three days where the participants got to share and learn a lot.” Commenting on the importance of the seminar he further said, “the department has now successfully organised its maiden seminar and in so doing has set itself a very good precedent to follow.”