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Syllabus For Certificate Course in Hindi

Duration – One Year

Eligibility – Tenth Pass

Pass Mark – 35

Exam Duration – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 100

Classification – 60% and Above 1st Class

50% to 59% 2nd Class

35% to 49% 3rd Class

Objective- To Acquire Adequate Knowledge to read write and Speak

In Hindi.
Basic Knowledge of Hindi Grammer
Text Books Prescribe

1.Gyan Bharathi by Eswarlal Sharma – Nav Bharath Publication

Chennai-86. Pravishika 0 & 1 – revised Ed 2006 & 2007

(Paper-1 Unit-1 only)

2.Navyug Hindi viyakaran Tatha Rachana by Mohanlal Ghaangada &

Dr.Ashok Kannan – Lakshmi Publication Pvt Ltd

New Delhi. 7/21 Ansari road Dariyaganj – 2004 (for entire

Certificate Course)


Paper -1 – General Grammer
Unit -1 Vowels Consonents and Super Segmental(Text -2 Page No 8

-24)


Unit-2 Noun, Pronoun and Adjective(Text -2 Page No 123 – 131 &

151-170)


Unit-3 Prefix and Suffix. (Text-2 Page No 65-79)

Unit-4 Verbs and Types of verbs. (Text-2 Page No 171-179)

Unit-5 Words and Different Types of Words(Text-2 Page No 41-64)
Paper-2- Pronounsation and sentence Formation.
Unit-1 Moods,tense,Voice(Text-2 Page No 180-186)

Unit-2 Spelling Nad Pronounciation(Text-2 Page No 25-29)

Unit-3 Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction and Intergection (Text-2

Page No 196-202)

Unit-4 Punctuation(Text-2 Page No 250-256)

Unit-5 Sentences(Text-2 Page No 223-226)

Paper-3- Gender, Case, Language and Dialect.
Unit-1 Numbers(Text-2 Page No 135-142)

Unit-2 Gender and Case(Text-2 Page No 138-150)

Unit-3 Correct and Sentence (Text-2 Page No 240-248)

Unit-4 Language and Dialect(Text-2 Page No 3-6)

Unit-5 degree of Verb(Positive, Comparative&Supertiative) (Text-2 Page No 188-192)
Paper-4- Proverb, Precise and Letter Writing.
Unit-1 Proverbs and Phrases(Text-2 Page No 99-121)

Unit-2 figures of Speech(Anupras,Yamak,Shalaish,Upma,Rupak &

Uthpraksha(Text-2 Page No 257-262)

Unit-3 Precise Writing(Text-2 Page No 266-272)

Unit-4 Letter Writing(Text-2 Page No 279-308)

Unit-5 Names of Birds, Animal,Fruits,Tree,Pulse etc.(Text-2 Page

No 138)
Paper-5- Essay And Translation.

Unit-1 Essays(Text-2 Page No 311-342)

Unit-2 Comprehension(Text-2 Page No 263-280)

Unit-3 Hindi Numbers (Text-1 Pravashika 1 Page No 31-32)

Unit-4 Measurements, Days, Weight.(Text-1 Pravashika Page

No 31-32)

Unit-5 Translation Passages(Text-2 Page No 281-310)
Syllabus For Diploma Course in Hindi
Duration – One Year ( Two Semester)

Eligibilty – Passed the Certificate Course in Hindi of MSU or 12th

Pass Tenth Pass with Rastrabhasha of

D.B.H.P.Sabha.

Pass Mark – 35

Exam Duration – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 100

Classification - 60% and Above 1st Class

50% to 59% 2nd Class

35% to 49% 3rd Class

Objective- To Acquire Adequate Knowledge to read write and Speak

In Hindi.


Basic Knowledge of Hindi Grammer

Text Books Prescribe

For I Semester
1.Gyan Bharathi by Eswarlal Sharma – Nav Bharath Publication

Chennai-86. Pravishika 0 & 1 – revised Ed 2006 & 2007

(Paper-1 Unit-1 only)

2.Navyug Hindi viyakaran Tatha Rachana by Mohanlal Ghaangada &

Dr.Ashok Kannan – Lakshmi Publication Pvt Ltd

New Delhi. 7/21 Ansari road Dariyaganj – 2004 (for entire

Certificate Course)

For II Semester


1.Gyan Bharathi by Dr.KeshavMurthy and Shri Surendra Kumar – Nav

Bharath Publication Chennai-86. Part 2,3,&4 - Ed

2005,2006 & 2007(Paper-1 Unit-1 only)

2.Prashasanik Avem Karyalay Hindi by Ramprakash Nad Dinesh

Kumar Gupta – Radha Krishna Publication Pvt ltd-

NewDelhi – 2005 for paper 4&5


Paper 1 (Gyan Bharati Part 2)Meanings of Word, Change of Gender

And Number.

Unit-1 Lesson No. 1-3

Unit-2 Lesson No. 4-6

Unit-3 Lesson No. 7-9

Unit-4 Lesson No. 10-12

Unit-5 Lesson No. 13-16
Paper 2 – Poetry and prose (Gyan Bharati Part 3)

Unit-1 Lesson No. 1-3

Unit-2 Lesson No. 4-6

Unit-3 Lesson No. 7-9

Unit-4 Lesson No. 10-12

Unit-5 Lesson No. 13-16


Paper 3 – Poetry Stories and Essay (Gyan Bharati Part 3)

Unit-1 Lesson No. 1-3

Unit-2 Lesson No. 4-6

Unit-3 Lesson No. 7-9

Unit-4 Lesson No. 10-12

Unit-5 Lesson No. 13-16


Paper-4-official Language Hindi(Prashasanik Avem Karyalay Hindi

)Unit-1-5(Page No.88 to 128)


Unit-1 Official language Hindi meaning and Scope

Unit-2 difference between Rajbhasha and Rastrabhasha

Unit-3 Constitutional Act 351

Unit-4 Hindi During East India Company’s Rule

Unit-5 Problem and solution of Rajbhasha Hindi
Paper 5- Letter Writing Essay and Translation(Prashasanik Avem

Karlyalay Hindi) Unit-1-5(Page No 36 to 87)

Unit-1 official Letter and its Kinds.

Unit-2 Govt Letter and its Types.

Unit-3 Proposal And Application-Nature and Scope

Unit-4 Private Letters

Unit-5 Semi government Letters.
Model Question Paper for Certificate and Diploma Course for the

Entire papers and units will remain same as below.

Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Answer any Five questions out of Eight. (5X20=100)
PG DIPLOMA in Hindi.
Syllabus For Diploma Course in Hindi

Duration – One Year ( Two Semester)

Eligibilty – B.A.Pass with Tamil, English, Hindi With Praveen pass

from


D.B.H.P.Sabha Or Diploma in Hindi pass from MSU.

Pass Mark – 35

Exam Duration – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 100

Classification - 60% and Above 1st Class

50% to 59% 2nd Class

35% to 49% 3rd Class

Basic Knowledge of Hindi Grammer


Text Books Prescribe
For I Semester
1.Gyan Bharathi by Dr.KeshavMurthy and Shri Surendra Kumar – Nav

Bharath Publication Chennai-86. Part 2,3,&4 - Ed

2005,2006 & 2007(Paper-1 Unit-1 only)

2.Prashasanik Avem Karyalay Hindi by Ramprakash Nad Dinesh

Kumar Gupta – Radha Krishna Publication Pvt ltd-

NewDelhi – 2005 for paper 4&5


For II Semester

1.Hindi Sahitya ka Saral Itihas by Rajnath Shrama-vinod Pustak

Mandir,Agra-1982.

2.Kavya Kusum Part-III D.B.H.P.Sabha-Chennai-2005

3. Suryudaye D.B.P.H.Sabha-Chennai-1983.

4.Nimala by premchand-Janbharati Prakashan Allahabad-1998.

5.Bharatiya Evam Paschatya Kavya-siddhant-By Ganapathy

Chandra Gupt-Lokbharati Prakashan Allahabad 1997.


Paper 1 (Gyan Bharati Part 2)Meanings of Word, Change of Gender

And Number.

Unit-1 Lesson No. 1-3

Unit-2 Lesson No. 4-6

Unit-3 Lesson No. 7-9

Unit-4 Lesson No. 10-12

Unit-5 Lesson No. 13-16
Paper 2 – Poetry and prose (Gyan Bharati Part 3)

Unit-1 Lesson No. 1-3

Unit-2 Lesson No. 4-6

Unit-3 Lesson No. 7-9

Unit-4 Lesson No. 10-12

Unit-5 Lesson No. 13-16


Paper 3 – official Language Hindi (Prashasanik Avem Karyalay Hindi

) )Unit-1-5(Page No.88 to 128)


Unit-1 Official language Hindi meaning and Scope

Unit-2 difference between Rajbhasha and Rastrabhasha

Unit-3 Constitutional Act 351

Unit-4 Hindi During East India Company’s Rule


Unit-5 Problem and solution of Rajbhasha Hindi
Paper 4- Letter Writing Essay and Translation(Prashasanik Avem

Karlyalay Hindi) Unit-1-5(Page No 36 to 87)

Unit-1 official Letter and its Kinds.

Unit-2 Govt Letter and its Types.

Unit-3 Proposal And Application-Nature and Scope

Unit-4 Private Letters

Unit-5 Semi government Letters.
Semester- II

Paper-1 History of Modern Hindi Literature.


Unit-1 Growth of Hindi Prose and Poetry

Unit-2 Cirumstance of Prose literature

Unit-3 Branches of Prose-story-Novel-One Actplay etc.

Unit-4 Branches of Poetry.

Unit-5 New Poetrical forms.
Paper-2 Ancient and Medival Poems

Unit-1 Kabir-5 Doha

Unit-2 Sur-5 padh

Unit-3 Tulisi -5 Padh

Unit-4 Bihari-5 doha

Unit-5 Jayasi-5 padh.


Paper-3 Novel and Drama

Unit-1 Analysis of Drama

Unit-2 Difference between Drama and One ActPlay

Unit-3 Suryodya-Anayalsis

Unit-4 Difference Between Novel and Story

Unit-5 Nimala –Anayalsis


Paper-4 literary Critism

Unit-1 Classification of Poetry

Unit-2 Ras

Unit-3 Alankar

Unit-4 Plato

Unit-5 Aristotel


Model Question Paper for PG Diploma Course for the entire

Semester-1 all paper will remain same as below.


Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Answer any Five questions out of Eight. (5X20=100)
Model Question Paper for PG Diploma Course for the entire

Semester-2 paper-1&4 will remain same as below.

Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Answer any Five questions out of Eight. (5X20=100)

Model Question Paper for PG Diploma Course for the entire

Semester-2 paper-2&3 will remain same as below.
Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Section-A

1.Answer any Threequestions out of Five. (3X20=60)

Section-B

2.Annotation from novel And One Act Play four out of Eight(Two

From Each)(4X10=40)
M.A.(Hindi)

Duration – Two Years

Eligibilty – B.A.Pass with Tamil, English, Hindi With Praveen pass

from D.B.H.P.Sabha Or PG Diploma in Hindi pass from MSU.


M.A.(Hindi)

Pass Mark – 35

Exam Duration – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 100


Classification - 60% and Above 1st Class

50% to 59% 2nd Class

Text Books Prescribe

For I Year

1.Hindi Sahitya ka Saral Itihas by Rajnath Shrama-vinod Pustak

Mandir,Agra-1982.

2.Kavya Kusum Part-III D.B.H.P.Sabha-Chennai-2005

3. Suryudaye D.B.P.H.Sabha-Chennai-1983.

4.Nimala by premchand-Janbharati Prakashan Allahabad-1998.

5.Bharatiya Evam Paschatya Kavya-siddhant-By Ganapathy

Chandra Gupt-Lokbharati Prakashan Allahabad 1997.
For II year

1.Anuvad Kala by Dr.N.E.Vishwanath Iyyer – Prabhath Prakashan

N.Delhi-1998.

2.Anuvad Vigyan – Siddhant Aur Anuprayog – Dr.Nageyandra-

Lokbharathi Prakashan,Allahabad-2001.

3.Prayogan Mulak Hindi by Vinod ghodray-Vani Prakash New Delhi

-1998.
Paper-1 History of Modern Hindi Literature.

Unit-1 Growth of Hindi Prose and Poetry

Unit-2 Cirumstance of Prose literature

Unit-3 Branches of Prose-story-Novel-One Actplay etc.

Unit-4 Branches of Poetry.

Unit-5 New Poetrical forms.


Paper-2 Ancient and Medival Poems

Unit-1 Kabir-5 Doha

Unit-2 Sur-5 padh

Unit-3 Tulisi -5 Padh

Unit-4 Bihari-5 doha

Unit-5 Jayasi-5 padh.


Paper-3 Novel and Drama

Unit-1 Analysis of Drama

Unit-2 Difference between Drama and One ActPlay

Unit-3 Suryodya-Anayalsis

Unit-4 Difference Between Novel and Story

Unit-5 Nimala –Anayalsis


Paper-4 literary Critism

Unit-1 Classification of Poetry

Unit-2 Ras

Unit-3 Alankar

Unit-4 Plato

Unit-5 Aristotel


II year
Paper-1 Principles of Translation
Unit-1 Translation-History/Relavance,Definition,Nature,Scope of

Translation,Different Approaches

Unit-2 Translation as Art from-Transcreation

Unit-3 Translation-Scientific Approach

Unit-4 Linguistic Theories of Translation

Unit-5 Different forms of Translation-Literal,Fees,Area and Machine

Translation,
Paper-2 Functional Hindi

Unit-1 Concept and evolution of Functional Hindi

Unit-2 Scope of Functional Hindi

Unit-3 Registers

Unit-4 Areas of Functional Hindi

Unit-5 Official Language Hindi


Paper-3 Translation of Science and Technology

Unit-1 Study of various Science and Technological words in Hindi and

Its difficulties

Unit-2 Chemistry

Unit-3 Physics

Unit-4 Mathematics

Unit-5 Electronics and Information Science.
Paper-4 Translation and Hindi Literature

Unit-1 study of various Hindi Literature forms & Translation

Unit-2 Poetry & Prose

Unit-3 History & Geography

Unit-4 Philosophy and Psychology

Unit-5 political Science


Model Question Paper for M.A.Hindi Course for the I year paper-1 &

4 will remain same as below.


Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100


Answer any Five questions out of Eight. (5X20=100)

Model Question Paper for M.A Hindi Course for the I year paper-2&

3 will remain same as below.

Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Section-A

1.Answer any Threequestions out of Five. (3X20=60)

Section-B

2.Annotation from novel And One Act Play four out of Eight(Two

From Each) (4X10=40)


Model Question Paper for M.A.Hindi Course for the entire II year all

Paper 4 will remain same as below.


Duration – 3Hrs

MaxMarks – 100

Answer any Five questions out of Eight. (5X20=100)
B.A. (Hindi)

Duration – Three years

Eligibiity - +2 Pass Or Pass PG Diploma in Hindi from MSU.

Pass Mark – 35

Exam Duration – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 100

Classification – 60% and above 1st class

50% to 59% 2nd class

35% to 49% 3rd Class
Scheme of Examination

SI. No.

Title of the Paper

Total Teach

Hrs


Exam Duration

Max Marks

Min Marks

I year

Paper – 1

Paper – 2

Paper -3


Principles of Translation

Functional Hindi

Translation of Science and Technology


60

60

60



3

3

3



100

100


100

35

35

35



II Year

Paper – 1

Paper – 2

Paper -3

History of Hindi Language

History of Hindi Literature

Ancient and Medieval Poetry.

60

60



60

3

3



3

100


100

100

35

35

35



III Year
Paper – 1
Paper – 2

Paper – 3

Paper – 4

Paper - 5



Prose, Novel and One Act Play.

Modern Hindi poetry.

Indian & Western Poetics.

General Linguistics

Correspondence & Secretariat Hindi.



60
60

60

60

60



3
3


3

3

3



100
100



100

100


100

35
35

35

35

35


I year


Paper – 1 Principles of Translation

Text Book Prescribed:

Anuvad Kala by Dr. N.E. Vishwanath Iyyer – Prabhath Prakashan N. Delhi – 1998.

Unit – 1 Translation – History / Relavance ,Definition, Nature, Scope of Translation, Different Approaches.

Unit -2. Importance and Needs of Translation – Translation as Art from – Transcreation.

Unit – 3. Qualities of a Translator – Process of Translation – Scientific Approach.

Unit – 4 Types of Translation – Linguistic Theories of Translation

Unit -5 Official Translation and Technical Terminology – Different froms of Traslation – Literal, Free, Area and Machine Translation.

Book for Reference

Anuvad Vigyan – Siddhant Aur Anuprayog – Dr. Nageyandra – Lkbharathi Prakashan, Allahabad – 2001.

Anuvad Siddhanth aur samasyayen by Dr. Ravindranth Srivasthav & Krishnakumar Goswami, Aalekh Prakashan, New Delhi, 1985.

I year


Paper -2 Functional Hindi

Text Book Prescribed

Prayogan Mulak Hindi by Vinod ghodray – Vani Prakash New Delhi – 1998.

Unit – 1 Concept and evolution of Functional Hindi – Difference between Common Language and Official Language.

Unit -2 Definition, Nature & Scope of Functional Hindi

Unit – 3 Registers

Unit -4 Specialities & Areas of Functional Hindi

Unit -5 Official Language Hindi

Book for Reference

Prayogan Mulak Hindi Prasangik Evam Paridrushya by Dr. Nagalakshmi – Jawahar Pustakalay, Sadar Bazaar, Mathura, 281001 – 2003.

I year

Paper -3 Translation of Science and Technology



Text Book Prescribed:

Anuvad Ki Vyavaharik samasyayen by Bholanath Tiwari & Omprakash Gabha. Shabdakar, Delhi – 6 1st Edition 1978.

Unit -1 Study of various Science & Technological words in Hindi and its difficulties.

Unit – 2 Chemistry

Unit – 3 Physics

Unit – 4 Mathematics

Unit – 5 Electronics and Information Science.

Book for Reference

Paribhashik Shabdavali: Kuch Samasyayen by Bholanath Tiwari & Mahendra Chatuvedi – Shabdaakar, Delhi-6, 1st Edition, 1978.

II Year


Paper – 1 History of Hindi Language.

Text Book Prescibed:

Hindi Bhasha Aur Nagari Lipi by Bholanath Tiwari – lokbharati Prakashan Allahabad – 7th Edition 1996.

Unit – 1 Classification of Morphological and Gene logical

Unit – 2 Language Families of India – Indo European, Dravidian, Austro Asian and Tibeto- Burman.

Unit – 3 Three Periods of its developments – Ancient, medival and modern.

Unit – 4 Hindi its Etymology and Semantic Evolution, Dialect of Hindi.

Unit – 5 Development of hindi as Official Language, Devanagi – its Origin and Developments.

Book for Reference

Bhasha Vigyan by Bholanath Tiwari, Kitab Ghar, 22A, Sarojini Naidu Marg, Allahabad, 2000.



II Year

Paper – 2 History of Hindi Literature

Text Book Prescribed:

Hindi Sahitya Ka Saral ltihas by Rajnath Shrama – Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra, 1982.

Unit -1 History of Hindi Literature – Origin of hindi Literature Different.

Periods of its developments – Ancient, Medival (Bhakati & Riti) and Modern

Unit – 2 Ancient Period – Raso kavya, Vidyapati

Unit – 3 Bhakti Period – Main Trends & Main Poets

Unit – 4 Rithi Period – Main Trends & Main Poets

Unit – 5 Modern Periods – New Poetrical forms, Circumstance of Prose literature Branches of Prose- story – Novel – One Actplay etc.

Book for Reference

Hindi Sahitya ka lthihas by Nagendrea, mayor Paper Box, Noida – 201301 – 1996.

II year


Paper – 3 Ancient and Medieval poetry

Text Book Prescribed

Kavya Kusum Part – III D.B. H.P. Sabha – Chennai – 2005.

Unit -1 Kabir – 5 Doha

Unit -2 sur – 5 padh

Unit -3 Tulisi – 5 padh

Unit – 4 Bihari – 5 doha

Unit -5 Jayasi – 5 padh

Book for reference

Hindi Sahitya ka ltihas by Nageyandra – Mayur Paper Box, Noida – 201301 – 1996.

III Year

Paper – 1 Prose, Novel and One Act Play.

Text Books Prescribed:


  1. Nibhandmala Edby Lakshmisagar vasrneyya – Lokbharati, Allahabad – 1996.

  2. Nimala by premchand – janbharati Prakashan Allahabad-1998

  3. Sreyta Ekkanki Ed by Dr. Vijaypal Singh, National Publication House, New Delhi- 1986.

Unit -1 Bhav ya Manovikar – Ram Chandra Shukla, Devadaru – Hazari Prasad Divedi.

Unit -2 Sadarnikaran – Nageyandran

Unit – 3 Nirmala – Anayalsis

Unit – 4 Charumithra – Ramkumar Verma

Unit – 5 Reed ki Haddi – Jagadesh Chandra Mathur.

III year

Paper – 2 Modern Hindi Poetry.

Text Book Prescribed

Samsamyik Hindi Kavita – Ed Anjaney Sharma & Dilip Singh – D.B.H.P. Sabha Chennai – 2nd Edition 1993.

Unit – 1 Vrisha bodh by Naresh Metha, 15 August by Girija Kumari Mathur,

Unit – 2 Buni hui rassi by Bhavaniprasad Mishra, Toota Pahiya by Dharamvir Bharathi.

Unit – 3 Khol dun yeh aaj ka din by Kedarnath Singh, Sheher mein suryasth by Dhoomil

Unit – 4 Kaanch ke pechey machliyan by Agay, Bhram raksh by Mukthibodh

Unit – 5 Panch dhaatu by Saxena, Kaale log by Turar Narayanan

III Year

Paper – 3 Indian & Western Poetics

Text Book Prescribed:

Bharatiya Evam Paschatya Kavya – Siddhant – By Ganapathy Chandra Gupt – Lokbharati Prakashan Allahabad 1997.

Unit – 1 Historical development of Indian poetics

Unit – 2 Different schools of Indian poetics – Rasa, Alankara, Dwani, Vakrokthi and Auchithya, Later Scholars: Mamath, Vishwanath, Jagannath.

Unit -3 Development of Hindi criticism – Pre shukla, Shukla and Post – Shukla periods.

Unit – 4 Development of Western poetics.

Unit – 5 Contributions of Plato, Aristotle, Longimus Wordsworth, Colerdge & T.S. Eliot.

Book for Reference

Bharathiya aur Pashchatya kavya shashtra ki roop rekha by Tejpal Chowdry, Vikas Prakashan, Kanpur, 2007.

III Year

Paper – 4 General Linguistics

Text Book Prescribed

Bhasha Vigyan by Bholanath Tiwari, Kitab Ghar, 22A, Sarojini Naidu Marg, Allahabad, 2000.

Unit -1 Language – its definition and properties.

Unit – 2 Linguistics – its definition and various levels of linguistic analysis.

Unit – 3 Phonetics – Articulatory, Acoustics and auditory organ of speech – classification of speech, sound: vowels, consonants and super – segmental features.

Unit – 4 Phonology: Phonemes and Allophones, types of phonics, morphology morphemes and allomorphs.

Unit – 5 Types of morphemes – semantics; meanings and reference – synonyms, homonyms, hyphonyms, antonyms, semantic changes: its directions and reasons.

Book for Reference

Hindi Bhasha ka lthihas by Bholanath Tiwari, Vani Prakashan, New Delhi, 2002.

Hindi Bhasha Aur Nagari Lipi by Bholanath Tiwari – lokbharati Prakashan, Allahabad- 7th Edition 1996.

III Year

Paper – 5 Correspondence & Secretarial Hindi

Text Book Prescribed

Hindi mein unnath tippan aur sar lekh – by Ram Vinayak Singh – Lok Bharathi Prakashan, Allahabad , 1997.

Unit – 1 Noting

Unit – 2 Drafting

Unit – 3 Different types of Official Letters

Unit – 4 Technical Terminology

Unit – 5 Different Types of Government letters.

Book for Reference

Prayogan Mulak Hindi by Vinod Ghodray – Vani Prakash New Delhi – 1998.

Model Question Paper for B.A. Hindi Course for the I, II & III year all papers Except II year paper – 3 & III year paper 1& 2 will remain same as below.

Duration – 3hrs Max Marks – 100

Answer any five questions out of eight. (5X20 = 100)

Model Questi0on Paper for B.A. Hindi Course for the II Year paper – 3 & III year Paper 1&2 will remain same as below.

Duration – 3 hrs max marks – 100



Section – A

  1. Answer any three questions out of Five (3X20 =60)

Section - B

  1. Annotation from Novel and One Act play four out of Eight(Two from Each) (4X10 = 40).


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