M.A in Hindi

Rajiv Gandhi University
In Itanagar

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  • Master
  • Itanagar
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Where and when

Starts Location
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Itanagar
Rajiv Gandhi University,Dr. Tana Showren Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills, Doimukh, 791112, Arunachal Pradesh, India
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Course programme

Detailed Syllabus:

Semester-I

HIN 401 Adikaleen Sahitya Evam Nirgun Bhakti Kavya
HIN 402 Hindi Sahitya ka Itihas - I
HIN 403 Hindi Gadya Sahitya - I
HIN 404 Bhartiya Kavya Shastra

Semester-II

HIN 405 Sagun Bhakti Kavya Evam Riti Kavya
HIN 406 Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas - II
HIN 407 Hindi Gadya Sahitya - II
HIN 408 Pashchatya Samiksha Sidhant Tatha Hindi Alochana

Semester-III

HIN 501 Adhunik Kavya - I
HIN 502 Bhasha Vigyan Evam Hindi Bhasha

Optionals :

HIN 531 Prayojanmoolak Hindi - I (Vishesh Adhayan)
HIN 532 Nirgun Bhakti Kavyadhara (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 533 Hindi Upanyash (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 534 Paryavaran Shiksha Evam Hindi Kavya (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 541 Hindi Alochana Sahitya (Vishesh Adhayyan)
HIN 542 Drishya-Sharavya Madhyam Lekhan (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 543 Lok Sahitgya (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 544 Tulsidas (Vishesh Adhyayan)

Note: The special Groups contain two papers in each group numbered as 531 and 532; 533 and 543; 534 and 544; 541 adn 542. The candidate shall select only one group as special study in third semester.

Semester-IV

HIN 511 Adhunik Kavya - II
HIN 512 Bharatiya Sahitya

Optionals :

HIN 551 Prayojan Moolak Hindi - II (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 552 Sagun Bhakti Kavyadhara (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 553 Hindi Natak Evam Rangamanch (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 554 Hindi Bhasha Shikshan Prasad (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 561 Chhayavad (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 562 Sahityik Nibandh (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 563 Arunachaleeya Lok Sahitya (Vishesh Adhyayan)
HIN 564 Sahityakar Jayashankar Prasad (Vishesh Adhyayan)

Note: The special Groups contain two papers in each group numbered as 551 and 552; 553 and 563; 554 and 564; 561 adn 562. The candidate shall select only one group as special study in fourth semester.

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Students per class: 42

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