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Multi-Disciplinary 1 Day National Seminar

Multi-Disciplinary 1 Day National Seminar

Translation in Contemporary Scenario

28 April, 2014

 

Translation studies as an independent genre/discipline is gaining currency in the wake of spread of knowledge. The constantly increasing love and demand for translation the world over as brought about a sea change in the concept and character of translation. From linguistic to textual and moving on to present cultural theories on translation studies, the debate of translation is raising fresh questions on translation. Hence, words like translation, transliteration, transcreation, substitution or transference of content/ meaning from source language to target language need to be understood in the right perspective. To deliberate on such vital issues related to translation, the Dept. of English is organising 1-Day National Seminar on 28 April 2014 as per following details.  

We seek Participation of your teachers from the Faculty of Languages (Hindi, Punjabi, English, History, Political Science, Public Administration, Library Science, etc.) in the seminar as a delegate/paper presenter. Brief information about the seminar is as follows:

Theme and Sub Theme

Main Theme

             Translation in Contemporary Scenario

Sub Themes

 •            Translation and Creativity

•             Challenges of literary Translation

•             Translation in Indian Context

•             Role of Translator

•             Scientific Translation

•             Techniques of Translation

•             Translation: Art or Craft ?

•             Employment Avenues in Translation

•             Role of Govt. Agencies for Enrichment of Translation

•             Critical Study of a Translated Work

 

Call for Papers

Original Contributions relevant to the seminar are welcome as per the following specifications:

1.            Length of the paper upto 4000 words, single space, 12 point font size, Times new roman, MSWord.

2.            Abstract should be of 300 words including keywords, methodology, sample of population and findings.

3.            Follow API style of reference for references and cited work. For more details click http://www.apastyle.org

4.            Paper should mention Name/Names of author(s), addresses (postal and email) and mobile numbers.

5.            Paper should be based on original research.

6.            Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings with ISBN.

7.            Papers should be mailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

8.            Hard copy of the paper should be submitted on the day of seminar.

 

Important

•             Last date for Submission of Abstracts of Papers 15.4.2014

•             Last date for submission of full papers 23.4.2014

•             Registration Fee  Rs. 300/- (on the Spot)

•             Papers Presented during the seminar shall be published in form of a book with ISBN

 

For Queries/details contact Dr. Anoop Kumar at 098148-14822, Prof. Sharad Manocha 098148-14825