Department of Arabic
Arabic is a Semitic language originating from the Arabian peninsula. With its Origins in the 6th Century, the Muslim World expanded, Arabic spread into Africa and Asia. The distribution of the Arabic language began within the seventh century throughout the Islamic conquests which expanded Arabic’s reach from the Middle Eastern countries into Northern Africa. Arabic began to prosper for a while before having to incorporate new words and technological dependent terms.
Arabic is considered to be one of the oldest languages in the world with a wealth of knowledge that Archeologists to this day are still trying to uncover. Importance of Arabic has roots going back as far as the sixth century. The Middle East has a rich storytelling history that has produced some of the most remarkable stories such as the Arabian Nights, Ali Baba, and Aladdin. Arabs have also made significant contributions in such areas as mathematics, navigation, belly dancing, astrology, and architecture.
Today Arabic is the official language of 26 Countries and spoken by 280 Million worldwide.
One of the UN’s 6 official languages:- Chinese, Arabic, English, French, Russian and Spanish)
Year of Establishment: 2018
No of Permanent posts:- None.
No of Faculties:- 01
No of non-teaching staff:- Nil.
Mr.Humayun Majeed, M.A & NET (Arabic) (Contractual)
Enrollment of the Students, Session: 2019-20
|Academic Year||B.A 1st Sem||B.A 2nd Sem|
There are so many different methodologies and strategies that go into becoming an effective instructor. A consistent theme throughout all of these is for a teacher to take the time to know their students because they care, not because they have to. When an instructor knows the stories behind the students, they are able to design lessons that are more fun, more meaningful, and more effective because they were designed with the students’ best interests in mind. There are plenty of pre-made lessons, activities and tests available online and from textbook publishers that any teacher could use. But you need to decide if you want to be the original teacher who makes a significant impact on your students, or a pre-made teacher a student needs to get through.
Teach Arabic to non-native students, offering them the chance to master the Arabic language over a period of time determined by a placement test, and by studying books in specially prepared courses, thus enabling them to engage in daily communication within and outside of the university.
|SEM.||CORE COURSE||TITLE OF COURSE|
|Sem-1st||CORE COURSE||Arabic Text & Grammar|
|Sem-2nd||CORE COURSE||Arabic Text & Grammar|
|Sem-3rd||CORE COURSE||Arabic Text & Grammar|
|Sem-4th||CORE COURSE||Arabic Text & Grammar|
|Sem-5th||Literary Arabic Text|
|Sem-6th||Grammar & Translation|
|Sem-6th||Practical & Commercial Arabic|
Modern Indian Language (MIL)
|Sem-1st||MIL-1st||Reading & Writing Arabic|
|Sem-2nd||MIL-2nd||Reading & Writing Arabic|