KU releases interdisciplinary linguistic Journal

SRINAGAR – Kashmir University Department of Linguistics released its 5th  volume  of the Interdisciplinary  Referral  Journal of Linguistics (IJL)  for the current academic year 2012.  

Prof  Talat Ahmad Vice chancellor Kashmir University is the patron of the journal  and Prof Nazir Ahmad Dhar  Head department of linguistics is its  editor  with Aejaz Mohammad sheik as the Associate editor.

 “Though linguistics is relatively a young field, it has a strong impact on the disciplines of philosophy, psychology, literature information technology, Anthropology, Area and regional studies and other disciplines.” Said Head of 

the department and editor IJL  Prof Nazir Ahmad Dhar: “This impact and influence, which these disciplines have on, leads to the concept of interdisciplinary approach in academics.” Added Prof Dhar  

He said that the journal seriously makes attempt to fill in the gap at an appropriate time when interdisciplinary work   is gaining greater importance especially with the advent of globalization and information technology.    

Prof Dhar  hoped that this journal will lead to generation of more ideas in academics and further greater intellectual growth and ties.   

Dr. Adil Amin Kak , Dr Sajad Hussain Wani,  Dr Musawir Ahmad and Dr Sheebaa Hassan , Faculty Department of Linguistics   are among the editorial board of the journal.

Interdisciplinary Refreed  Journal of Linguistics (IJL)  has over the years grown qualitatively  and has  over the years carved a niche at the country level for its  in-depth analysis of the issues confronting  issues of language development and the broader challenges before the linguistic landscape of the country.

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