Syllabus at Certificate, Diploma, UG and PG Level

Syllabus at Certificate Level

Paper-I Communicative Grammar: Functional Grammar based on the text book

Paper-II Text Comprehension and Written Expression: 1. Compression of simple texts and précis-writing 2. Essays on simple topics, questions on civilisation 3. Translation of simple passage into English and simple sentences into German.

 

Paper-III Oral Expression: Reading of texts,  general questions on history, culture and civilisation of German-speaking courses.

 

Syllabus for Diploma in French

Listening comprehension

Functional grammar as per the prescribed text-book

Lexical items for written and oral communication

Cultural life of the people and salient features of history and society of the countries where the language is spoken, contemporary issues of general interest

 

Syllabus for Diploma in Chinese

 

Semester-I

Semester-III

Paper – I  ( Chinese Language I ): Phonetics, Grammar & Character writings                                                       

Paper – VI   ( Chinese Language – III ): Text, Translation & Grammar

Paper – II ( Introduction to China – I ): The paper shall introduce the language, land and people of China                    

Paper – VII  ( Composition & Translation I )

Semester-II

Semester-IV

Paper III (Chinese Language – II): Phonetics, Grammar & Character writing, Text & Translation                        

Paper VIII  ( Chinese Language IV ): Text, Grammar & Translation

Paper IV (Introduction to China – II): The paper shall introduce history and Culture of China.

Paper IX  ( Composition & Translation II )

Paper V   (Viva-voce) 

Paper X (Viva – Voce)

 

Syllabus at UG Level

The syllabus for Bachelor of Arts in Italian, French, German and Spanish is more or less same, with a slight difference in foundation courses. The popularly followed course structure for undergraduate foreign language courses include:

Semester 1

Foundation Course 1

Foundation Course 2

Foundation Course 3

Foundation Course 4

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills I

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills I

Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

 

Semester 2

Foundation Course 5

Foundation Course 6

Foundation Course 7

Applied Course 1

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills II

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills II

Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

 

Semester 3

Foundation Course 8

Foundation Course 9

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills III

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills III

Applied Course 2: Microlanguages-1

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Semester 4

Foundation Course 10

Foundation Course 11

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills IV

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills IV

Applied Course 3: Microlanguages-2

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Semester 5

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills V

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills V

Introduction to Literature-1

Applied Course 4: Practice of Translation – 1

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Semester 6

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Reading and Writing Skills VI

DCI-Language in Context: Developing Listening and Speaking Skills VI

Introduction to Literature-2

Applied Course 5: Practice of Translation -2

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Semester 7

Reading Literature 1

Cultural History

Research Methodology

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Semester 8

Reading Literature 2

Introduction to Foreign Language Teaching

Dissertation

Cultural Activities including Sports, NCC, NSS, etc.

 

Syllabus at PG Level

The course structure varies from university to university or college to college along with the language an aspirant has chosen. Most of the institutions prescribe their own syllabus based on recommendations by the teaching faculty.

The common subjects studied by the students pursuing MA Japanese include:

MA First Year (Monsoon Semester)

MA Second Year (Monsoon Semester)

Social and Cultural Heritage

Social and Cultural Heritage of Japan

Selected Texts – Prose

Reading from Japanese Texts (Current Affairs)

Interpretation

Modern Japanese Usage

A Survey of Pre-Modern Japanese Literature (Ancient and Medieval Periods)

Interpretation

Translation

Novels and Prose writings of Meiji and Taisho Periods

MA First Year (Winter Semester)

MA First Year (Winter Semester)

Social and Cultural Heritage

Social and Cultural Heritage of Japan

Selected Texts – Prose

Reading from Japanese Texts

Interpretation

Modern Japanese Usage

Translation

Interpretation

Introduction to Japanese Linguistics: Japanese syntax and semantics

A survey of 20th century Japanese Literature- Showa and Post Showa Periods

 

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