Ph.D. Hindi is a Doctorate full-time Hindi language course. The duration of this course is 3 years divided into 6 semesters. Candidates who have completed M.Phil Degree and a Postgraduate degree in any stream with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade points from a recognized university (or) Master’s degree in any stream with 55% of marks are eligible for this course.
Many colleges offer Ph.D. Hindi course in India. Every college has their own eligibility criteria, admission process, and fees structure. Some of the top colleges/universities offer this course includes:
The average fee for this course ranges between INR 1,000 to 2 lakhs based on the candidate’s marks obtained in their master’s degree or entrance exams
Admission for this course is based on merit or entrance exams conducted by the colleges. Most of the colleges select students based on the marks obtained in their master’s degree or M.Phil degree for Ph.D. admissions. Some of the entrance exams are CVVET, NET, JRF, SLET etc. Students who are selected for entrance exam should attend the personal interview conducted by the college.
Hindi is the study of philosophy, linguistics, and literature of Hindi language. In this course, candidates are required to prepare a thesis in the Hindi language on any of the topics. This course gives essential knowledge of moments, literary forms, and trends in interdisciplinary extensions, and contemporary theory.
After completion of this course, graduates may get opportunities in areas like Educational Institutes, Social Welfares Schemes, Embassies, Government Offices, Data Entry Offices, etc. These graduates may work in Hindi Translator, Content Writer, Customer Support Officer, Subject Matter Expert, Teacher, etc. the average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to INR 10 lakhs as per their experience and expertise in this field.
Written below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester type|
|Eligibility||Master’s degree or M.Phil.|
|Admission Process||CVVET, NET, JRF, SLET|
|Top recruiting organizations||Sanctus, Ignites Human Capital Services Private Limited, HGS, Quess Corp, Coherence Soft Technologies Private Limited|
|Top recruiting areas||Educational Institutes, Social Welfares Schemes, Embassies, Government Offices, Data Entry Offices|
|Top job profiles||Hindi Translator, Content Writer, Customer Support Officer, Subject Matter Expert, Teacher|
|Course Fee||INR 1,000 to 2 lakhs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 lakhs|
Ph.D. in Hindi course provides students with a basic knowledge of Hindi and practice of using Hindi in a variety of everyday situations. This course allows students to interact in Hindi and to acquire familiarity with the Hindi script. This course also provides students with a basis to approach research topics relating to Hindi literature and culture.
This course helps students to get knowledge of Hindi language and their scripts. They should practice this language to read, write, and translate into many languages as per the requirements. They will learn Hindi letters, punctuations, words, sentence formation etc. They can write based on some Hindi structure.
Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.
|COLLEGE NAME||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR|
|Allahabad University||Allahabad||INR 1,100|
|Assam University||Assam||INR 56,000|
|Atal Bihari Vajpayee University||Bhopal||INR 48,400|
|Avinashilingam University||Coimbatore||INR 26,510|
|Bharati Vidyapeeth University||Pune||INR 95,000|
|Bharath Ratna Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University||Delhi||INR 1,29,000|
|Birla College of Arts, Science and Commerce||Thane||INR 14,103|
|Central University of Haryana||Haryana||INR 12,507|
|Gauhati University||Guwahati||INR 38,390|
|Government College for Women||Thiruvananthapuram||INR 7,470|
|Himachal Pradesh University||Shimla||INR 2,700|
|Indira Gandhi National Open University||Delhi||INR 10,500|
|Jain University||Bangalore||INR 75,000|
|Kurukshetra University||Kurukshetra||INR 5,600|
|Maharshi Dayanand University||Rohtak||INR 70,964|
|Meerut University||Meerut||INR 8,954|
|Nalanda Open University||Patna||INR 10,000|
|NIMS University||Jaipur||INR 66,800|
|REVA University||Bangalore||INR 67,333|
|SRM University||Haryana||INR 2,75,000|
|University of Mumbai||Mumbai||INR 30,000|
Candidates who have completed M.Phil Degree and a Postgraduate degree in any stream with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade points from a recognized university are eligible.(or)
Candidates who have completed their Master’s degree in any stream with 55% of marks or equivalent grade points from a recognized university are eligible for this course. Eligible candidates can apply for this course through online/ offline mode.
Admission for this course is based on the marks of entrance exams conducted by the colleges. Most of the colleges select students based on the marks obtained in their master’s degree or M.Phil degree for Ph.D. admissions. Some reputed colleges conduct entrance exams for this course admission. Some of the common entrance exams are CVVET, NET, JRF, SLET etc. Students who are selected for entrance exam should attend the personal interview conducted by the college.
Personal Interview: Students who are cleared written test can attend the personal interview to join this course. Based on their performances, they will be selected for admissions.
Few colleges directly admit students to this course based on their post-graduation marks.
A Semester-wise syllabus for Ph.D. Hindi is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.
|SEMESTER I||SEMESTER II|
|Communicative skills||Reading literature|
|Critical reasoning, writing, and presentation||Readings on Indian constitution|
|Communication skills in other languages||Translation and communication in Hindi|
|Prose and one-act plays||Translation-Theory and practice|
|History of Hindi literature||History of Hindi Literature|
|SEMESTER III||SEMESTER IV|
|Literature and contemporary issues||History and philosophy of Hindi|
|Literature in other languages||Culture and Civilizations|
|General informatics and computer application in Hindi||Drams and Theatre in Hindi|
|Applied Grammar||Perspectives of Humanities and Languages and Methodology|
|History of Hindi Literature||Correspondence and secretarial practice in Hindi|
|Comparative literature||Environmental Studies|
|SEMESTER V||SEMESTER VI|
|Linguistics||Modern Poetry in Hindi|
|Contemporary Hindi Literature||Novel and Short stories in Hindi|
|Indian Literary Thoughts||History of Hindi Language|
|Poetry||Western Literary Thoughts|
|Open course spoke Hindi||Project – Literary Technician|
|Project – Literary Technician||-|
Numbers of opportunities are available in this field for graduates after completing this course. Some of the major fields graduates can work are teaching, civil services, and research. They also work in job positions like historians, archaeologists, translators etc. other related job positions are
Teaching: There are many openings for Hindi teachers, lecturers in many schools and universities/colleges. These professionals teach and guide about Hindi language and literature for students. They also take separate sessions to teach lessons in Hindi. Salaries are based on the institutions.
Media and mass communication: In this sector, professionals are generally had knowledge and skills in Hindi which is derived from Sanskrit. They can work as newsreaders, writers, and reporters which are quite demanding to make a good career option. The salaries for these positions based on their performance in this field.
Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR|
|Hindi Translator||Hindi Translators are responsible for reading original content and rewrite it in the Hindi language, and ensure that the content meaning of the source content is same. They use specialist dictionaries, reference books, and thesauruses to find equivalent and closest terminology used. They provide clients with a well-expressed final version of the translated content, grammatically correct, as a word processor document.||INR 4 to 5 Lacs|
|Content Writer||Content Writers are responsible for composing content specifically for online consumption. Digital media field is growing as new technologies drive users to the Web, these types of content writers can face stiff competition for available positions. Some are usually freelancers and may work for several clients.||INR 2 to 3 Lacs|
|Customer Support Officer||Customer Support Officers are responsible for working with a team and respond to a variety of customer’s requests and inquiry for their issues via the telephone or in person over the office. They also troubleshoot the problems and increase the confidence level to the customers and resolve the customer’s problems.||INR 2 to 3 Lacs|
|Subject Matter Expert||Subject Matter Experts are responsible for ensuring that the given content is accurate or not. They should understand the design rule methodology and design automation. They may also develop content based on the client requirements, and put it up in their design models.||INR 5 to 6 Lacs|
|Teachers are responsible for preparing and implementing a full educational teaching plan according to the school's requirements. This will be fundamental to provide knowledge and instruction to students while also helping them develop their personalities and skills.||INR 3 to 4 Lacs|