M.Phil. IN COMPARATIVE INDIAN LITERATUREUniversity of Delhi
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M.Phil. IN COMPARATIVE INDIAN LITERATURE
The University of Delhi offers M.Phil. IN COMPARATIVE INDIAN LITERATURE course to its students. It is offered by the Department of Modern Indian Languages and Literary Studies and under the Faculty of ARTS.
M.Phil. programme on Comparative Indian Literature, the first of its kind in the country, was introduced in the year 1974. The main objective of this course is to study various Indian literatures in relation to one another, viewing the whole corpus as a unified literary activity of Indian people. It concentrates on the various major literary traditions and genres as well as on the theoretical issues such as influence and impact, reception and survival, the relationship between genres and themes. It is expected that the students should not only have a fair command on one Indian literature but should have some familiarity with other Indian literatures, classical or modern, at least in translation. The duration of the course is one academic year.