B.A. Hindi

Overview

  • Level of Programme Undergraduate
  • Duration 3 years
  • Average Start Salary 2 - 4 lakhs per annum
  • Language English
  • Assessments Yes
Course Description

Bachelor of Arts in Hindi, better known as BA Hindi, is a 3 year long undergraduate level bachelor degree course in Hindi. This course includes the subjects like communication skills, history of Hindi Literature, contemporary Hindi literature, etc. It is one of the most popular undergraduate language courses after BA English. 

Eligibility Criteria

  • The student must complete 10+2 from a recognized board with Hindi as a compulsory language. 
  • It is not necessary that students should study 10+2 in Arts stream only. Students from any stream are allowed. 
  • Many reputable colleges demand for a minimum 45% aggregate marks in 10+2 to be eligible for this course. 

Syllabus

First Year Syllabus

Communication Skills

Reading Literature

Critical reasoning, writing and presentation Reading on Indian Constitutions Secularism and Sustainable Environment
Communication Skills in Other Language Translation and Communication in Hindi
Prose and One Act Plays Translation Theory and Practice
History of Hindi Literature History of Hindi Literature
Hindi Literature in Kerala Literature of Tamil, Telgu, Kannada and Malayam


Second Year Syllabus

Literature and Contemporary Issues

History and Philosophy of Science

Literature in Other Languages

Culture and Civilization

General informatics and computer application in Hindi

Drama and theatre in Hindi

Applied grammar Perspectives of humanities and languages and methodology
History of Hindi literature (Adhunik kal- padya) Correspondence and secretarial practice in Hindi
Comparative literature Environmental studies


Third Year Syllabus

Linguistics

Modern poetry in Hindi

Contemporary Hindi literature

History of Hindi language

Indian literary thoughts

Novel and short stories in Hindi

Poetry (Ancient and Medical); Prosody and Poetics

Western literary thoughts

Open course spoken Hindi/ business/ Interpretation Elective course Journalism and Mass communication/ Folk literature/ Radio broadcasting
Project - literary translation Project - literary translation