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HCU selects Renzu's novel for M Phil research

Press Trust of India  |  Srinagar 

The novel has been assigned for research work for the year 2012-2013 to Kashmir-based scholar Manzoor Ahmad.

This will be third novel of Renzu, a senior officer in the Jammu and Kashmir government and a prolific writer, to be assigned for M Phil research by a university in the country.

Earlier in 2006 and 2009, Jammu University awarded MPhil degrees to Dr Imran Tak and Dr Irfan Qureshi respectively for conducting research on short stories of Renzu and his research on spiritual content of his writings.

Renzu said that he is elated at the recognition of his works by various universities.

  

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HCU selects Renzu's novel for M Phil research

'Zakhmon Ki Saalgirah' (Anniversary of wounds), a novel written by Kashmiri writer Farooq Ahmad Renzu, has been selected by Hyderabad Central University in its syllabus for M Phil degree.

The novel has been assigned for research work for the year 2012-2013 to Kashmir-based scholar Manzoor Ahmad.

This will be third novel of Renzu, a senior officer in the Jammu and Kashmir government and a prolific writer, to be assigned for M Phil research by a university in the country.

Earlier in 2006 and 2009, Jammu University awarded MPhil degrees to Dr Imran Tak and Dr Irfan Qureshi respectively for conducting research on short stories of Renzu and his research on spiritual content of his writings.

Renzu said that he is elated at the recognition of his works by various universities.

  
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