B.A. (Hindi)

Bachelor of Arts in Hindi

Duration: 3 Years
Level: Graduation
Type: Degree
Eligibility: 10+2

B.A. Hindi or Bachelor of Arts in Hindi is an undergraduate Hindi course. Hindi is a language made up of mostly Sanskrit language along with Urdu, etc. Hindi is the official language of India. The undergraduate program in Hindi Language and Literature is a semester system of three year duration with six semesters. The program consists of ten common courses, fourteen core courses, eight complimentary courses; two choice based courses and project work. The common courses include six courses in English and four courses in Hindi. Fourteen core courses are dedicated to Hindi Language and Literature. The eight complementary courses are so designed as to supplement the core courses and some of them are professionally oriented. The choice based courses are purely profession-oriented so that not only the students of Hindi Program but also of other Programs can get an opportunity to take advantage of them. After having passed the course the candidates can find many jobs in various spheres in the country.

B.A. Hindi Eligibility

  • Candidates should have passed their 12th or its equivalent exam from a recognised Board.
  • You should have decent marks in the language and on an overall basis than what is required in the cut-off list. Preference is given to students who have studied Hindi at the higher secondary level.
  • Some institutions may also ask for an admission test for admission into the course.

B.A. Hindi Syllabus

Syllabus of Hindi as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Sem. I

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Communicative skills in English

2

Critical reasoning, writing and presentation

3

Communication skills in other languages

4

Prose and One-act Plays

5

History of Hindi Literature (Adikal and Madhyakal)

6

Hindi Literature in Kerala

Sem. II

1

Reading literature in English

2

Readings on Indian constitution, Secularism  and  sustainable environment

3

Translation and communication in Hindi

4

Translation-Theory and Practice

5

History of Hindi Literature (Adhunik kal-Gadya)

6

Literature of Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam(Hindi Translations)

Sem. III

1

Literature and contemporary issues

2

Literature in other languages

3

General Informatics and Computer Application in Hindi

4

 Applied Grammar

5

History of Hindi Literature (Adhunik kal-Padya)

6

Comparative Literature

Sem. IV

1

History and philosophy of science

2

Culture and civilization

3

Drama and Theatre in Hindi

4

Perspectives  of Humanities and Languages and Methodology

5

Correspondence  and  Secretarial  Practice  in Hindi

6

Environmental Studies

Sem. V

1

Linguistics

2

Contemporary Hindi Literature

3

Indian Literary Thoughts

4

Poetry (Ancient and Medieval); Prosody and Poetics

5

Open course  Spoken Hindi/Business Hindi/Interpretation

6

Project - Literary Translation

Sem. VI

1

Modern Poetry in Hindi

2

Novel and Short stories in Hindi

3

History of Hindi Language

4

Western Literary Thoughts

5

Elective course Journalism and Mass Communication/Folk Literature/Radio Broadcasting

6

Project-Literary Translation

 

B.A. Hindi Colleges

B.A. Hindi Course Suitability

  • Candidates those who are good at Hindi language and want to contribute and spread it are the good suit for it.
  • Second, who have planned of becoming teacher and lecturer after having passed their graduation and post graduation degree also can go for this course.
  • Third, who want to go for the research field in Hindi Language and literature also are capable for it.

How is B.A. Hindi Course Beneficial?

  • It broadens the outlook of the students and raises in them a sense of confidence and responsibility.
  • Second, it makes them understand the society better and ready them to fulfil their duties and responsibilities towards the society in a good way.
  • Third, it improves their creative writing abilities towards writing in Hindi so as to enable them to contribute towards Indian Literatures.
  • Fourth, other benefit is that it trains them in the fields of journalism and media writing so that they can choose them as a professional option after the course completion.

B.A. Hindi Job Types

  • Consultant - Hindi Proof reading
  • Teacher & Home Teacher
  • Customer Service Associate
  • Sales Coordinator (with Hindi)
  • Interpreter (from one language to other)
  • Content Writer-Editor (Hindi)
  • Hindi Translator
  • Part Time Trainer - Hindi
  • Assistant Professor - Hindi Journalism
  • Hindi Officer
  • Data Entry Operator
  • Tele-caller - Hindi

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