Hindi Department is an integral part of University School of Languages. It was established in 1968. The University runs a regular Choice Based Semester System M.A. Course. The Department has included contemporary needs of the society in its syllabus and always ready to implement positive changes. The course is designed in such away as to fulfill academic, social, cultural needs and also the skill development of the students.
I The Department has a rich research department with 41 students working for their PhD. There are about 15 Research Guides in the subject.
The department, apart from the regular PG courses also runs PG Diploma in Translation and PG Diploma in Hindi Industry to cater the job prospects in changing times.
Dr. Ambashankar Nagar, the founder Head of the department was a profound scholar of Hindi who contributed through his extensive Regional Research to enrich the main stream Hindi Literature. He has won National accolades and appreciation for his Research in The Contribution of Gujarat in the Development of Hindi. The Department is proud to claim stalwarts like Padmashree Dr. Bholabhai Patel and Jnanpeeth awardee Dr. Raghuveer Chaudhary, both acclaimed writers in Gujarati Literature, as its past faculty. We are also proud to have as a past faculty Dr. Mahavirsingh Chauhan, who was appointed as Pro Vice Chancellor of North Gujarat University.
The Department has organized National Seminars, Workshops and has invited Hindi Scholars from Israel like Prof. Genady Shlompner and Prof. Indira Gazeiwa from Russia for interaction with students. The Department has in collaboration with ONGC, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India, Central Hindi Directorate and KADAMB- Study Abroad Programme; Gujarat University organized National Seminars and Workshops.
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