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Department of education hosts insightful lecture on literary evolution from Vedic to Modern Era
2/12/2024 9:32:27 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 12: In a bid to enrich the academic experience of students, the Department of Education at [Insert Institution Name] organized the third installment of its interdisciplinary lecture series. The focal theme for this enlightening session was "Journey of Literature from Vedic Period to Modern Age."
Under the esteemed patronage of Principal Prof. Seema Mir and the meticulous supervision of the Head of the Department of Education, GDC Kathua, the event commenced with a warm welcome address by Dr. Ram Singh, Head of the Department of Education and Coordinator at IGNOU.
The spotlight of the occasion was the erudite discourse delivered by Dr. Yashpaul Sharma, Head of the Department of Urdu at GDC Kathua. Dr. Sharma adeptly illuminated the developmental trajectories of literature spanning from the Vedic era to the contemporary period. Emphasizing the significance of cultivating a habit of literary exploration, he underscored that literature serves as a reflective mirror of society, playing an integral role in the holistic development of students' personalities.
Attended by approximately 120 eager students, the lecture not only imparted scholarly insights but also fostered a deeper appreciation for the evolution of literary expression across epochs.
The program concluded with a formal vote of thanks extended by Prof. Anil Verma, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, expressing gratitude to all participants and contributors for their invaluable presence and contributions to the academic discourse.
Such initiatives underscore the commitment of the Department of Education to nurture a dynamic learning environment that transcends disciplinary boundaries, fostering a comprehensive understanding of the cultural and intellectual heritage.
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