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First year UG Restructured Syllabus (2012-2013) {Tentative}
Seminar and Exhibition on Cross-Cultural Possibilities of Indian Languages Today
Syllabi
 

Tentative Subject Code Template

HINDI

SEMESTER

COURSE CODE

NAME OF THE COURSE

I

LH 1084

Hindi - I Prose & Functional Hindi

II

LH 2084

Hindi – II Ancient Poetry & Modern Poetry

III

LH 3043

Basic Hindi - I

III

LH 3300

Basic Administrative Hindi

IV

LH 4043

Basic Hindi – II

IV

LH 4302

Spoken Hindi

 

SANSKRIT

SEMESTER

COURSE CODE

NAME OF THE COURSE

I

LS 1082

Sanskrit – I ( New)

II

LS 2082

Sanskrit – II (New)

III

LS 3300

Sanskrit – General Elective I

 


Oriental Languages Department consists of Advanced and beginners' level of Hindi, Telugu, Sanskrit and Malayalam. This department is has been functioning from 1937. We became autonomous in 1978. We feel proud of having autonomy in this college. Autonomy has given us much freedom to frame new syllabi according to the need of the society. This Department gets students from all over India and regularly we get students from abroad also. We have the responsibility of catering to the needs of them too.

This Department was the first one in India , in 1978, to introduce Functional Hindi and Official Language Hindi at U.G. level. In 1980, Principles of translation in Hindi was introduced. The next launch was the introduction of Banking Hindi in 1987 and Journalism in Hindi was introduced in 1990. Students are well verse in these fields to face the challenges of the job market and when they get opportunities to work in Central Government offices. Though Hindi is not yet welcomed by majority of the population of Tamil Nadu, we could achieve to this extent, only due to the interest shown by the student community.


This Department conducted a State Level Seminar on Curriculum Development in which it was decided that 50% of the syllabi may be allotted to Functional Hindi. So, Literature Hindi is taught for 50 marks only. Giving equal weightage to Literature Hindi and Functional Hindi is a bold step taken in the right direction.


Teaching Beginners' Hindi to more than 500 students, every year, is a seminal contribution to the growth of our National Language Hindi and national harmony.


Sanskrit is taught at two levels, i.e., Beginners' Sanskrit and Advanced Sanskrit. More than 60 students learn Beginners' Sanskrit as Other Language. Introducing ‘Christu Bhagavatham' in Sanskrit syllabus has pumped in fresh enthusiasm among the christian students. Spoken Sanskrit is an essential component of Sanskrit syllabus to bring real meaning to the teaching of Sanskrit.


In Telugu, 40% of traditional and 60% of contemporary subjects have been introduced which is welcomed by the student community. Official Language Telugu is also given due weightage in the curriculum.


Beginners' Malayalam is handled by the Sanskrit Professor Dr. G. Prabha, who is an M. A. in Malayalam also. In sum, autonomy is a boon to us.


Faculty:

AIDED

Dr. G. Prabha M.A., M.Phil. (Sanskrit) M.A. (Malayalam), B.Ed., Ph.D.  (Head of the Department )

Dr. G. Logeswar M.A. (Eng.), M.A. (Hindi), M.A. (Yoga),PGDHT., B.Ed., M.Phil. (Hindi), Ph.D.

MANAGEMENT / SELF FINANCED
Dr. V.G. Beena Kumari Nair M.A., M.Phil.,Ph.D.,PGDHT, PGDCA.

 
 
 
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