M.A. in PersianUniversity of Mumbai
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tudents seeking admission to M.A. Degree Course should have completed their B.A. with Persian Language and Literature, as a main or subsidiary subject. However, under the Ordinance of 2237, graduates from the University of Mumbai or from the University recognized by the University of Mumbai in any faculty who have studied the Persian Language for several years, may be recommended by the Department of Persian, for admission to the M.A. Degree Course of this University. After they have undergone an entrance test and found suitable.
The University of Mumbai offers M.A. in Persian to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:
Paper I:- PERSIAN PROSE (General paper)
(a) CLASSICAL PERSIAN PROSE.
by Nizami Aruzi Samarqandi Discourse I and II
(b) MODERN PERSIAN PROSE
by Mohd. Hijazi
Paper III:- PERSIAN PROSE (PRINCIPAL)
(a) CLASSICAL PERSIAN PROSE
(b) MODERN PERSIAN PROSE
Sadique Chubak (Short Stories)
From : Shagufa ha-e-naw\
Edited by :Dr.Shamsuddin, Kashmir University
Paper V:- GENERAL PERSIAN
i. An Essay in Persian on a subject connected with the History of Persian (30)
ii. Paraphrase in Persian of an unseen Modern Persian Poem (10).
iii. Paragraph writing in Persian in themes pertaining to current, (15) political, social and religious life of the people in Iran and India.
iv. Commercial correspondence in Persian (15)
v. Study of philology, prosody and rhetorics (30)
Paper VII:- DETAILED STUDY OF MODERN PERSIAN PROSE WRITER AND MODERN PERSIAN POET.
(a) MODERN PERSIAN PROSE WRITER
by: Sadique Hedayat
(b) MODERN PERSIAN POET
Poem from Barguzada-e-Sha`ir-e-Faarsi-e-Ma`asir
by Dr. Muneebur rehman
(i) Classical Persian Prose Text 50 Marks
(ii) Modern Persian Prose Text 50 Marks
Including points of Scholarship and criticism and unseen passages for translation both from Persian into English and English into Persian.
Additional for Principal
Paper IV--(Poetry)-- (to be taught in Part II)
(i) Classical Persian Prose
(ii) Modern Persian Prose
In this case Text will be of more difficult character than those for the subordinate papers, including points of scholarship and criticism.
Paper VI-(History of Persian Literature) ( to be taught in Part II)
One Paper containing-
(i) History of Classical Persian Literature
(Iranian) 50 marks
(ii) History of Modern Persian Literature (Iranian) 25 marks
(iii) History of Persian Literature(Indian) 25 marks
Alternative to Second Language
Paper VIII - (Indian Persian Literature) - (to be taught in Part II)
(i) Detailed study of Persian poet of India.
(Works/or Verses to be prescribed by the
Board of Studies from time to time) 50 marks
(ii) Detailed study of Persian Prose Writer of
India, with special reference to preferably an
outstanding work of History pertaining to
Mughal and or/Maratha period. (Works to be
prescribed by the Board of Studies from time