Mysore: The Central University of Kerala, one of the pioneer institutions in India under the Ministry of Education, India has joined the Panorama International Literature Festival (PILF) as the major collaborator of the national event which is scheduled to be held in January 2023. National events are being held in various countries as a part of PILF season 4 worldwide in which prominent writers and academicians will be taking part.
The fourth season of one of the major literature festivals in the world, the Panorama International Literature Festival is having the participation of more than 76 countries across the world. Hosted by Spain this year, the festival is a World Record-Winning programme for being the lengthiest literature festival dedicated to spreading humanitarian values and helping cultural exchange and is being participated by renowned writers and academicians from across the world.
The Central University of Kerala came into being in 2009 under the Central Universities Act 2009. The University is founded on the noble vision of a ‘Caring Wisdom’ and is guided by the lofty ideals of academic and social commitment, moral steadfastness and intellectual and spiritual enlightenment, as reflected in the vision statement. From this humble beginning, the University has grown into an institution offering twenty-seven postgraduate and twenty-two research programmes with a total enrolment of around 2500 students. The campus of the University known as Thejaswini Hills is located at Periye, Kasaragod on 310 acres of land.
Writers Capital Foundation thanked Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr) Venkateshwaralu, Associate Professor & Head, Department of English & Comparative Literature Dr. Joseph Koyippally and staff and faculty of the Central University of Kerala for being a part of the major festival aimed at uniting nations through creative media and fostering global peace and harmony.