There are three core areas of linguistics: phonetics and phonology, syntax, and semantics and pragmatics. MA in Linguistics is 2 years post graduate course that is designed to give students in depth knowledge about its core area. The syllabus covers topics like Phonetics, Morphology, Language Teaching Methods, Sociolinguistics, Historical and Comparative Linguistics, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Language Testing, Psycholinguistics, Writing Systems, Pragmatics, Natural Language Processing, Language Processing, Parsing and Generation, Translation, Philosophical underpinnings of Modern Linguistics, Indian Grammatical Traditions, Sociology of Language, Applied Linguistics, Lexicography, Stylistics, Dissertation, Advanced Syntax, Computational Morphology, Syntactic Models, Corpus Linguistics, Language Universals and Typology, Child Language Acquisition, History of Linguistics, Semiotics, Neurolinguistics, etc.
The candidate should have qualified 10+2 (any stream + English) or its equivalent from a recognized board of education with at least 60% marks in aggregate.
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