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MPhil in Hindi

Programme Description

To be considered for admission it is essential for candidates to appear in written test (including the candidates who have qualified NET or JRF exams) as well as in interview and fulfill any other entrance requirement, such as a research proposal. All candidates are required to upload research proposal along with application. Research proposal will be checked for plagiarism. If found to be plagiarised, the application shall be summarily disqualified. The research proposal should be up to five double-spaced pages inclusive of a formal bibliography or list of sources (single spaced). The document should give a background of the proposed research, its questions/ objectives, a description of the chosen conceptual frameworks, and the Literary context of the research. Candidate’s proposed research should align with the specialization of the Hindi faculty at the SLS. All applications will be screened and a list of shortlisted candidates eligible to take written examination will be uploaded on AUD website. After the written test a list of candidates called for interview will be uploaded on the AUD website.

Programme Structure


Minimum eligibility for MPhil: A Masters degree in any field of the social sciences or humanities from a recognized institution, with ≥55% or equivalent CGA for applicants in the General category (≥50% for SC/ST/PD applicants).

Minimum eligibility for PhD: A Masters degree in any field of the social sciences and humanities from a recognized institution with 55% marks or equivalent CGA (50% for SC/ST applicants) and MPhil degree (with Course Work) in Hindi from any recognized Institution


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