National Seminar entitled Literature in Translation on2018 February 21,22,23 conducted at Dept.Of Malayalam Dr.P.K.Rajan Memorial Campus at Nileshwar. Inagural session started with registration and prayer on 21/02/3018.Welcome speech was done by Dr.A.M Sreedharan (Hod Malayalam & Campus Director).Dr.V.P.P Musthafa (Member Syndicate) presided over the function and Prof. Desamangalam Ramakrishnan made the inaugural address .Dr.V.Kumaran(HOD Hindi) Dr.Sivadas K.K(Asst.professor) and Dr.Kunhahammad .K.K offered felicitation speech .This session ended with the vote of thanks by Dr.Reeja.V (Asst. professor, Department of Malayalam) . Session 2 of the first day topic presented by Dr.Desamangalam Ramakrishnam under the title Translation theories and Introduction was the first one followed by Dr.Kamalaksha and his topic was problems in Kannada Malayalam Translation .The last in the session entitled Translation theories and Practice was of the Dr.Ravishakar.S.Nair .This concluded the first day session. On 22/ 02/2018 three papers presented ,first was by Dr.K.M Shereef and his topic was Problems in English Malayalam Translations Shearing of Experiences. Dr.Joseph Koyippalli presented the paper under the title Comparative Literature. The last in this session was by Dr .Priya.K .Nair and her topic was Topic Gendering Translation this concluded the second day. Three papers presented in the day - 3 of the National Seminar Translation Changing Paradigms in Hindi was the name of the topic presented by Dr.Pramod Kovaprath and followed by Dr.K. Vanaja whose topic was Nationalism And Literary Translation. The last paper was presented by Prof.P.Jansrdhanan and topic was Problems in Interpretation of Poetry .In the Valedictory function Dr.Sangeetha .K made the welcome speech and the presidential address was given by Dr.Kunnahammed K.K ,Sri .Raju .M.C (Member Syndicate) inaugurated this Valedictory session. Certificates were distributed to the participants by Dr.V.Kumaran .Jasna .K.P made the vote of thanks .Total 55 members presented in this Seminar out of which 43 were Female and 12 were Male students. The three day National Seminar ended with National Anthem.