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Departmental Profile

The Department of Hindi which started its journey in July 1998 offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes. The thrust area in the post graduate programme in Hindi is Hindi Literature with special emphasis on contemporary Hindi Literature and its interaction with other Indian languages and literatures. Ongoing Ph.D. research at the department cover areas like Historiography of Hindi literature, Hindi poetry, fiction and Hindi language.

Courses Offered

Courses Offered Duration Number of Seats Program Course Structure Timetable
M.A(by course work) Four Semester 46 M.A(Syllabus)
M.Phil (by course work & dissertation)
Ph.D. (by course work and research work) IPP
Coursework(Syllabus)
D.Litt.(by research work)

Courses Offered

Name & Qualification Designation Area of Specialization Contact & Email ID
Satyapal Singh Chauhan,   M.Phil, Ph.D. Professor Modern and Contemporary Hindi Poetry, History of Hindi Literature. satyapal.singhchauhan@aus.ac.in

spsingh.hin@gmail.com

Krishna
Mohan Jha,  M.Phil, Ph.D.
Professor Modern Hindi Poetry, Fiction, Contemporary Hindi Poetry krishna.mohan.jha@aus.ac.inkrishnaamjha@gmail.com

9435073896

Suresh Chandra, M.Phil., Ph.D. Professor Modern Hindi Poetry and Dalit Hindi Literature suresh4dec@gmail.com

9612826588

Prabhat Kumar Mishra, M.Phil, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Adikalin Hindi Sahitya, Apabhransh Sahitya, Samkalin Hindi Sahitya, Hindi Navjagran, Tulnatmak Sahitya prabhat432@gmail.com

prabhat.kumar.mishra@aus.ac.in

9435370523

Sheetanshu Kumar, M.Phil, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Criticism, 19th century Hindi Literature, Historiography, Orientalism sheetanshu.kumar@aus.ac.in

sheetanshukumar@gmail.com

9435173696

Akash
Verma,  Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Modern Hindi Poetry akash.verma@aus.ac.in
Vedaparna Dey,  Ph.D Assistant Professor Premchand, Philosophy of History of Hindi Literature >vedaparna.dey@gmail.com

Head of Department

Prof. Krishna Mohan Jha

 03842-270842 (O)

Placement

A good number of passed out students are now serving as faculty members in various schools, colleges, and other educational institutions within and outside North East India.