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M.A. : Hindi

Paper title: Official Language Hindi and Hindi Translation

Paper number Paper - 2
Maximum marks

Model Question Papers / Past Question Papers

Syllabus details
(a) Paribhashik Shabdavali (Technical terminology), Anuvad, Praroop lekhan and Tippan lekhan.

1. Study of Pribhashik shabdavali in Hindi:
(1) The government policy regarding technical terminology (Paribhashik shabdavali) and the rules pertaining to the preparation of technical terminology (paribhashik shabdavali)
(2) Standard institutional work done in the preparation of technical terminology.
(3) Practical usage of technical terminology in Hindi.
(4) Difficulties in the usage of technical terminology

2. Methodology of Translation:.
(1) The definition of Translation
(2) The principles of Translation and necessary qualities of a translator.
(3) Types of translation.
(4) Applied and useful translation from English to Hindi or to a regional language.
(5) The problems of translation in official work.

3. Praroop lekhan (drafting) and tippan lekhan (noting) in Hindi.
(1) General principles and rules regarding official drafting and noting.
(2) Drafting and noting basically.
(3) Different types of correspondence and their drafting in Hindi—Sarkari patra (official letters), Artha sarkari patra, Anusmarak (reminder), Anter karyalaya Gnapan, pristakan avedan, Abhyavedan etc.
(4) Drafting in Hindi of different official letters stipulated in the Dhara 3 (3) of Rajbhasha Adhiniyam (Aadesh, paripatra, niyam, adhisoochnayen, vivdh soochnayen, prativedan etc.)
(b) Official journalism:
(1) General principles of journalism, types and tendencies.
(2) Medium of communication and journalism.
(3) The language of journalism.
(4) Writing of interviews and news collection.
(5) Editing of news-papers and magazines.
(6) Practical journalism in Hind.
(7) The responsibilities of a journalist or correspondent.

TEXT BOOKS

1. Rajbhasha Hindi: Dr. Kailash chandra Bhatia, Vani prakashan, Delhi.
2. Vyavaharik rajbhasha— Noting & Drafting: Dr. Aalok kumar Rastogi, Jeevan jyoti prakashan, 3-14, 3014 Charakkewalan, Delhi-110 006.
3. Rajbhasha prabandhan: Govardhan Thakur, Maithili prakashan, Hyderabad.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. Hindi Aalekhan: Rasprasad vichul, Rajkishore publications, 19-B/ 13, Elgin road, Allahabad.
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