BA 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.
Eligibility & Admission
Passed 10+2 in any stream.
- To introduce students to the breadth, diversity, and creativity of human experience as expressed in the humanities and arts.
- To develop students’ ability to think critically and independently about the world.
- To enhance students’ ability to communicate effectively with others in a spirit of openness and cooperation.
- To encourage students to reflect on their responsibilities to others in local, national and global communities.
- To kindle in students a life-long interest in the humanities & art.
Arts students have the option to choose to major and minor in English, French, any other linguistics course, psychology, sociology, philosophy, history, religious studies and many more subject areas. For example the ability to analyses tasks, set priorities, and communicate goals to others. Employment areas are advertising, broadcasting, business process outsourcing units, civil services, community service, film editing and direction, graphics and printing industry, international relations, journalism and mass communication, law, library and information science, policing, professional writing, public administration, public planning, religious studies and social work.