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Updated on 24 Jun, 2022


M.A. Arabic (MAARB)

Minimum Duration: 2 Years
Maximum Duration: 4 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 10,800
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar

Eligibility:

B.A. in Arabic/Graduation in any Discipline with Advanced Diploma in Arabic/Diploma in Arabic/Certificate in Arabic with deep interest in Arabic. 
 

 

Fee Structure: Fees for the full period to be paid is Rs.10,800/- with year-wise fee of Rs.5,400/- each. In the first year it is Rs.5,600/- which includes Registration Fee of Rs.200/-.

Objectives of the programme:
  • Make Arabic learning interesting and attract learners from diverse backgrounds and areas of studies to learn Arabic.
  • Present before learners a very modern, innovative and learner friendly study material based on latest pedagogy and technology enabled learning tools.
  • Help learners achieve advanced level of proficiency in Arabic communication (listening and speaking).
  • Enable learners to gain proficiency in advanced level of translation/interpretation (Arabic English and vice versa).
  • Enhance the ability to comprehend in detail current affairs and other topics of interest and to engage in influent discussion in Arabic about these.
  • Enable students to analyse and discuss simple literary pieces from different genres of Arabic literature.
  • Make learners familiar with modern Arabic literary canvass.
  • Familiarize them with Arab culture, Arab World and nuances of classical Arabic literature.
Target Learners:
  • Professionals working in different fields of life like MNCs/TNCS/or willing to work in Embassies, Medical Tourism, and International Organizations.
  • Students willing to supplement their knowledge with Arabic.
  • Professionals in Gulf holding Diploma/Advanced Diploma and Graduation degrees and willing to have MA in Arabic.
  • Women graduates from across the country who are not able to attend regular/face to face sessions in Universities/Colleges.
  • Madrasa graduates from remote corners of the country who are not able to afford Arabic learning in Big Cities/Metros.
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[Updated on 16-Aug-2022]