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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT (Abstract) M.A Arabic syllabus under Credit Semester System (PG) (Calicut University Credit Semester System) Implemented with effect from 2010 admission onwards in affiliated colleges – Orders Issued. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH IV – ‘B’ SECTION No.GA IV/B2/2133/06-(2) Dated, Calict University P.O. 08-09-2010. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Read:- 1. U.O. GA IV/JI/1373/08 dated, 23/07/2010 2. Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in Arabic (PG) held on 19/07/2010 (Item No.I) ORDER Credit Semester System & grading has been introduced for P.G curriculum in affiliated colleges in the University with effect from 2010 admission onwards and the regulation for the same implemented vide paper read as 1st above. The meeting of the Board of Studies in Arabic (P.G.) at its meeting held on 19/07/2010 considered the syllabus of M.A. Arabic course under Credit Semester System (Calicut University Credit Semester System) & resolved to approve the same vide paper read 2 nd above (vide item No.1 of the minutes). Considering the urgency for implementing the syllabus of M.A Arabic course under Credit Semester System (Calicut University Credit Semester System), the Registrar in charge of Vice Chancellor exercising the powers of Academic Council has approved the same subject to ratification by Academic Council. Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the syllabus of M.A Arabic (Calicut University Credit Semester System) in the affiliated colleges of the University with effect from 2010 admission onwards subject to ratification by the Academic Council. Orders are issued accordingly. The syllabus is appended herewith. Sd/DEPUTY REGISTRAR (G&A IV) For REGISTRAR. To The Principals of all Arabic Colleges Copy to:Controller of Examinations /Ex Sn/EG Sn/DR/AR Tabulation P.G section/System Administrator with a request to upload in the University Website/GA I ‘F’ Sn/Library/SF/DF/FC Forwarded By Order

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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
M.A. ARABIC CREDIT SEMESTER PROGRAMME FOR AFFLIATED COLLEGES SCHEME, REGULATIONS AND SYLLABI

JUNE 2010
P O S T G R A D U AT E D E G R E E C O U R S E Introduction
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A R A B I C L A N G U A G E & L I T E R AT U R E

This Post Graduate Program in Arabic under credit semester system is designed with view to imparting to the students an advanced knowledge in Arabic Language & Literature. As different from the traditional M.A. Arabic course. This program while retaining the classical background and essential classical contents, lays greater emphasis on the teaching of and the practical training in the functional use of Arabic as a modern living language. The practical aspects of the Arabic Language as translation (both theory and practice), simultaneous interpretation, modern terminology and applied grammar are given due importance in the syllabi. As for the literature, its modern branches i.e. Novel, Short Story, Drama, Poetry and Modern Essays have been given adequate representation. In order to acquaint the students with the fundamentals of Computer knowledge and packages required for jobs in India and Arab countries, computer application with Arabic software has also been included in the syllabi. Thus the program has been so designed as to serve not only as a scholastic and literary course, but also a modern and job oriented course, in a comprehensive way.

Programme Structure

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Students shall be admitted into post graduate programme under faculties of Science, Humanities, Language and Literature, Commerce and Management. The programme shall include two types of courses, Core courses and Elective Courses. There shall be a Project/Dissertation to be undertaken by all students. No course shall have more...
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