Hyderabad: Skill Development Workshop On Translation Begins At MANUU

Hyderabad, May 23 (Maxim News): Prof Haribandi Lakshmi, Dean, School of Literary Studies and Head, Department of Translation, English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU) Hyderabad observed that besides proficiency in two languages, domain specific knowledge is required to translate knowledge books.

While delivering lecture “Introduction to Translation and Translation Studies” in the inaugural session of six day skill Development Workshop on Translation (Indian Languages) at Maulana Azad National Urdu university (MANUU) in collaboration with the national Translation Mission (NTM), Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysuru is conducted the workshop, speaking as guest of honor, she said “Translation serves as an ambassador to bridge cultures beyond the boundaries, she also said that machines can never replace human being.

Prof. Shagufta Shaheen , OSD-1 & Head, Department of English, MANUU delivered the welcome address, “Translation serves as an ambassador to bridge cultures beyond the boundaries. she also informed that prominent translation experts from all over India have been invited to deliver practical training sessions in translation to the participants. .

Prof Imtiaz Hasnain said that the workshop topic reasonates well with national Education Policy 2020.

Prof. Aziz Bano, Dean, School of Languages, Linguistics, and Indology, MANUU also spoke on the occasion. Prof. P. Mathew, Chief Resource Person, NTM briefed about NTM and urged the audience to explore NTM website.

Rumana Nisar, Research Scholar convened the inaugural session. The event Coordinator, Dr. Muhammad Aslam Kunnathil, Assistant Professor proposed vote of thanks.

In the first technical session, Prof. Mohd. Asaduddin, Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor (Academics and Research), Jamia Millia Islamia delivered the lecture on “Translation and Culture”. Day 1 of the Workshop concluded with hands-on training session by the experts from the NTM. (Maxim News)


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