A workshop on Translation conducted at HMV

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  • May 28, 2022
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Jalandhar May 28 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Post Graduate Punjabi Department of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar conducted a 10 day short term course cum workshop on Translation under the support and guidance of Principal Prof. Dr. Ajay Sareen and Mrs. Navroop, Head of Punjabi Department. The resource persons included experts from various colleges as well the faculty members of HMV. The list included the names of Advocate Madhu Rachna, Deputy Editor of Punjabi Jagran, Mr. Arundeep, Writer and Poet Harkhi Virk from Australia who shared their views on Translation and its Rules, Translation and Media, Translation and Diasporic Literature respectively.

Faculty members, Dr. Jyoti Gogia, Head Hindi Department, Mrs. Kuljit Kaur, Punjabi Department, Dr. Meenu Talwar, Head Sanskrit Department, Mrs. Protima Mander, Head History Department, Dr. Mandeep Kaur, Dr. Sandeep Kaur and Ms. Manpreet Kaur shared their views on the concepts, types, importance, history, linguistic perspective, folklore perspective, etc. of translation. Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen distributed certificates to all the participants in the valedictory function and explained the importance of the art of translation. She encouraged the students to move forward and said that such workshops help in the development of the students’ Skills.

Mrs. Kuljit Kaur In charge of this workshop congratulated the students on completion of this course and wished them all the best for the future. Head of Punjabi Department, Mrs. Navroop highlighted the importance of translation in the face of globalization challenges and encouraged the students to apply the lessons learned from this workshop in their future lives. On this occasion Co-Incharge Dr. Sandeep Kaur and Dr. Mandeep Kaur also congratulated the students, Mrs. Veena Arora and Ms. Pawandeep from Punjabi Department were also present on the occasion.

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