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Allahabad University To Re-launch Language Proficiency Courses
Allahabad University has taken the decision to relaunch proficiency programmes in various Indian and foreign languages...
by Sukanya Bharti / 29 Nov 2021 16:33 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 45
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Allahabad University has taken the decision to relaunch proficiency programmes in various Indian and foreign languages. These programmes will be launched on AU's campus as a part of the NEP (National Education Policy) 2020.
The AU Officials informed that these programmes will be dissociated from the basic proficiency in languages that are being covered under the NEP's foundation course.
Jaya Kapoor, the PRO of the University, informed that the Vice-Chancellor Prof Sangita Srivastava chaired a meeting with all language departments' heads to take the decision regarding this matter.
All students and outsiders are eligible to take part in these re-launched proficiency courses in Indian and foreign languages, as decided in the meeting.
Earlier, the Indian and foreign languages courses included in the university curricula which included courses in French, German, and Russian in the Department of English; Chinese, Tibetan, and Pahlavi (Middle Persian) in the Department of Sanskrit; Bangla, Tamil, Punjabi, Telegu and Marathi in the Department of Hindi; the Department of Urdu, and the Department of Arabic and Persian.
The University has also set up a committee with senior faculty member Prof Ram Sewak Dubey as heads of the language departments and convener along with other faculty members from the concerned departments as members.
This committee will formulate the curricula for the several courses and the fee structure. The Committee will also decide aspects such as the mode of instruction, number of seats, and the eligibility criterion for enrollment.