MA in Hindi Language and Literature is a Postgraduate programme that includes fundamental disciplines such as Hindi Poetry, Fiction, Drama, Literary criticism, and Literary history among others. With significant importance being given to our national language around the globe, there are various employment opportunities. Following are a few of the jobs in Hindi Language and Literature you may find helpful: Posts like Hindi Officer, Hindi Translator, Hindi Assistant, Manager (Official language) in different departments and units of Central and State Government. You can also look for government jobs in Hindi literature,
The scope has increased with the advent of private TV and Radio channels and the launch of Hindi versions of established magazines. In the field of Hindi media, there is a need for Editors, Reporters, Content writers, Correspondents, Sub Editors, Proof Readers, Radio Jockeys, Anchors, etc.
The main aim of PGDT is to enable students acquire skills in translation from English to Hindi and vice-versa. Diplome in Translation programme has been prepared to keep in view the need for translation in our socio-cultural and professional areas. This programme helps people get jobs in many different areas. The best thing is that job opportunities are available for them across the globe. By studying Diploma Min Translation, aspirants will be able to get a better understanding of the functional forms of different languages or the languages they have specifically chosen. Translators can find work with embassies; large and small firms and they can even work as freelancers. PGDT along with academic qualification in Hindi is a merit for job seekers. One can work in the mediums of Radio, TV, Cinema as a Script Writer, Dialogue Writer, and this field necessitates a natural and artistic mastery of creative writing. You can earn your livelihood as E a freelance translator and can also set up your own translation firm. There are also opportunities for translation projects from foreign S agencies.
Computer-aided language Teaching (CALT) is an approach to teaching and learning in which the computer and computer-based resources such as the internet is used to present, reinforce and assess material to be learned. The goal of the study is to demonstrate the positive impact that technology has in the Hindi language teaching and learning.
This unique Centre of study has initiated its function from the current academic year (2021-22) that concentrates on Green Literature/Eco Literature of Hindi and Malayalam and will definitely make in-depth study on the various literary, philosophical aspects of the Green Literature. The particular Centre has its own relevance in the present scenario, because it aims to address major concerns of the world and it will expound the new relationship with nature. This Centre will also generate new vision among the young generation and instil new world views in the minds of common man through outreach programs. This centre as the Departments of Hindi hopes, will disseminates new literary imaginative insights and reframe the society in a positive manner. The centre also intends to offer a programme, PG Diploma in Green Literature.