SRINAGAR A three-day seminar on Emergence of moral and ethical values in Indo-Iranian Persian Literature began at the University of Kashmir on Thursday.
Vice Chancellor Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi presided over the seminar, organised by the Department of Persian.
The seminar is being attended by scholars and academics from various countries including Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iran and Kazakhstan.
In his presidential address, Prof Andrabi underscored the importance of holding such seminars where scholars from various countries participate and deliberate upon key aspects of the Indo-Iranian Persian Literature.
Dr Jehangir Iqbal, Coordinator, Department of Persian, underlined the aims and objectives of the seminar and also highlighted the achievements of the department over the years.
Prof Shaief Hussain Qasmi delivered the keynote address while Prof Abdul Khaliq Rashid, Prof Mohammad Munawar Masoodi and Prof Arif Ayoubi also spoke on the occasion.
Dr Shadab Irshad delivered vote of thanks.
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