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In the syllabi designed for these courses, efforts have eben made to cover a very wide range of different aspects of Arabic Language and Literature, and of different period Pre-Islamic, Early Islamic, Umayyad, Abbasid, Spanish to Modern, as well as as Indo-Arab Literature.
In the realm of Higher Studies and Research, steps were taken to enhance its potential. The department successfully managed to give coverage to all the literary periods, areas, genres and issues as well as literary endeavors of orientalists and critical edition of old Arabic manuscripts.
The Department also had the distinction of being the only Arabic department in the whole country to be chosen by UGC for its SAP Programme in 1989. In recognition of our remarkable peformance in SAP our department was inducted afor ASIHSS Programme with effect from 01.04.2005.
After completion of three phases of the DSA, successfully on 31.03.2008, this department has been granted the status of C.A.S. w.e.f. 01.04.2008. With this the department has become the second department in the AMU, and the first among the Arabic department of the country to get the status of CAS.
During the last fifteen years, the department of Arabic, AMU, has proved its effective professional potentials of workability and teamwork spirit.
1. Seminar Library
2. Computerized Language Lab
The Department of Arabic A.M.U., Aligarh has the honour of being associated with world renowned scholars and orientalists like Mohammad Akbar, , Shibli Nomani, Prof. T. W. Arnold, Sheikh Abdul Haq of Baghdad (One of the disciples of Sheikh Mohammad Abduhu of Egypt) Prof. A.S. Tritton, Prof. Otto Spices, Prof. Fritz (Salim) Krenkow Prof. Abdul Aziz Maimani and Prof. Abdul Aleem etc.
Ph.D. in Arabic