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Department of Modern Indian Languages established in 1984 is a multilingual Department consisting of six Indian languages namely Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi and Punjabi. The main object of this multilingual department is to make learners to understand and appreciate other languages, literature and culture that leads to understand cultures of different people to uphold the secular fabric of our nation that strengthens the bond of National Integration
The Department has organized several National Seminars, special lecture programmes which is a general feature of this multilingual Department. The Department itself published several books apart from the individual teachers. Working on research projects, publishing books and papers on Literature, Language, comparative study and culture is the regular feature of this department. Special study on literature and comparative study in collaboration with other departments of the university and other universities as well is the special dimension of this Department.
M.A. in Malayalam