• Department of HINDI
  • Department profile

    Department Profile

    Hindi is our National Language. Education in Hindi helps the students to lead a purposeful and self dependent life. The aim of the department is to develop communication skills, update subject knowledge, make the students aware of current trends in the field of Functional Hindi, Media, Translation, and Literature, Promote multilingual and comparative research to Come out with rich research outputs. Get good placement in Government and non Government Institutions.

    VISION

    Language is a vital part of culture and heritage. Self development and empowernment of women through effective communication skills, literary and non literary Education in Hindi to help them lead a purposeful and self dependent life.

    MISSION

    The mission of the Hindi Department is to promote and preserve India’s National Language at global level. To lay strong foundation of Indian Values and traditions to women Students based on current advances in Journalism, Translation, Mass Communication, Media, Language and Literature, Societal demands with emphasis on commitment to social progress, peace, harmony and National Integration.

    GENESIS AND GROWTH

    • 1957-Part I Language Hindi for all Majors.
    • 1992-Introduction of Masters Programme in Hindi Journalism.
    • 1994-Double Major Functional Hindi/English.
    • 1997-Introduction of Master of Philosophy Programme.
    • 2004-M.A Hindi and Journalism.
    • 2004-B.A. Functional Hindi.

    OBJECTIVES

    • To promote Hindi to non Hindi speaking student & staff community.
    • To prodece competent multilingual professionals to suit to the changing literary and linguistic trends of our country.
    • Produce competent teachers, administrators and entrepreneurs.
    • Produce efficient Hindi officers, journalists, news readers, translators and interpretators.
    • Strengthen advanced research activities.

    THRUST AREAS

    • Various dimensions of Journalism
    • Media and society
    • Literary and Non Literary Translation
    • New trends in prose forms
    • Feminism in women writers
    • Values depicted in novels
    • Cultural and social values in Bakthi era
    • Humanism in Modern era
    • Study of grammar
  • Programmes Offered

    Courses Offered
    • B.A.   Functional Hindi
    • M.A.   Hindi and Journalism
    • Ph.D   Hindi

    Eligibility

    • B.A. : Any group with hindi as langauge/ a pass in VISHARAD of DBHP Sabha or its equivalent
    • M.A : A degree with part I Hindi/a degree with Praveen examination of D.B.HP/equivalent
    • Ph.D. : M.A/M.Phil. in Hindi or Functional Hindi
  • Syllabus
  • Facilities

    Improve and gain practical knowledge in Hindi Typing


    Department Library

    Department library is maintained. There are 58 books, 21 Journals, 20 Catalouges, PG Thesis 45, M.Phil Thesis 14, Phd Thesis 3.
  • Faculty Profile
    Name of the Faculty Designation Specialization Year of Joining Mail id
    Dr.(Mrs.) Shobhana Kokkadan

    M.A., M.Phil.,Ph.D.

    Professor Comparative literature and Lingustics 1992 [email protected]
    [email protected]
    Dr.(Mrs.) Shashi Prabha Jain

    M.A., Ph.D., PGDT.

    Professor Literature and Translation 1992 [email protected]
    Dr.(Mrs.) G.Shanthi
    M.A., M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., Dip.in Sanskrit
    Associate Professor and HOD Journalism,Translation and Comparative Literaure 2005 [email protected]
    [email protected],
    [email protected]
  • Publications