Ph.D. Hindi and Modern Indian Languages

Academics & research Humanities & social sciences
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    Doctorate
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Course Description

Hindi is an Indian language, and many modern Indian languages are also spoken in India, including Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu. If you are a fan of Hindu literature, you will be confident in your decision to pursue a career that involves the study of Indian languages. This doctoral course will provide you with an understanding of the insights of modern Indian languages, which are frequently spoken in India. You will allocate time to complete the various projects while also completing the overall project in that specific language. Aside from Hindi, modern Indian languages include Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Malayalam, and other dialects of the Indo-European language family. This course will learn different kinds of literature study depending on which language you choose to study. A student who earns a doctorate in a specific language is likely to be able to select from a variety of job and employment opportunities in various industries that require that specific language proficiency. As well as pursuing a career as an educator or professor in your field of study, you may pursue a career as a researcher.

Eligibility

Course Level: Doctorate Duration: 3 years Qualification+Marks: Doctoral study in Hindi and Modern Indian Languages requires a Post Graduate degree in Hindi with a minimum of 55% from a recognised university to be considered for admission. Experience as a teacher in the same subject area would be considered an advantage. Applications are also accepted from students who are in their last semester of their M. Phil. or MA programme. Entrance Exam: National level entrance exams such as UGC NET / UGC CSIR NET / GATE / SLET or university admission exams include a written test and a personal interview.

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