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Arts > Languages, Linguistics, Literaure > Department of German

Entrance Exam for 2014 - 15 for BA & MA

COURSES

Full-Time Degree Programmes: (Semester & Credit System) 

1.    B.A. in German Studies

2.    M.A. in German Studies

3.    M.A.(Hons.) in German Studies

4.    M.Phil. in German

5.    Ph.D. in German

 

Part-Time Programmes in German*: 

1.    Certificate in German

2.    Diploma in German

3.    Advanced Diploma in German

4.    Short-Term / Intensive Basic Certificate Course in German

5.    Short-Term Intensive Diploma Course in German

6.    Diploma in Commercial & Technical Translation & Tourism (German)

7.    Short-Term Certificate Course in German

8.    Conversational Course in German for Beginners (Summer Course)

9.    Post-Graduate Diploma Course in German and European Intercultural Studies (in English)

 

Part-Time Programmes in Japanese*: 

10.  Certificate in Japanese

11.  Diploma in Japanese

12.  Advanced Diploma in Japanese

13.  Diploma in Business Japanese

14.  Diploma in Conversational Japanese

 

Part-Time Programme in Marathi*: 

15.  Certificate in Communicative Marathi Level 1 

* All part time programmes will be offered subject to a minimum intake of 15 candidates

 

PLEASE NOTE:                                                       

·          All programmes at the Department are organized and conducted as per the rules of the University of Mumbai.

·          Every student seeking admission to a programme shall first register himself / herself at the Department of German, University of Mumbai.

·          Fees for all programmes are subject to change and do not include examination fees or costs of the course material.

·          Exam fees for all part-time programmes are to be paid in the month of December.

·          Identity card for all full-time and part-time programmes should be made at the time of admission.

 

FULL-TIME DEGREE PROGRAMMES:

 

 

2.

Programme:

B.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES    (120 CREDITS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Description & Structure:

This integrated programme will enable the students to attain a B.A. (three years), degree in German. Besides giving in-depth knowledge of German language, literature and culture, this programme also promotes possibility of intercultural studies leading to a better understanding between cultures. Technical Translation and Business German are also offered within the framework of the B.A. programmes. There shall be six semesters at the B.A. Level.

 

Intake Capacity = 30 students.

The B.A. programme in German Studies is structured as per semester and credit system. The following courses are offered at each level:

 

F.Y.B.A. in German Studies

 

Course Codes

Semester I

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 101

Structural Study of German I

3

3

 

UAGER 102

Structural Study of German II

3

3

 

UAGER 103

German Culture & Civilisation I

3

3

 

UAGER 104

Communication Skills in German I

2

2

 

UAGER 105

Communication Skills in English I

2

2

 

UAGER 106

Foundation Course/ EVS Component

2

2

 

 

                                                   Total

15

15

 

Course Codes

Semester II

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 201

Structural Study of German III

3

3

 

UAGER 202

Structural Study of German IV

3

3

 

UAGER 203

German Culture & Civilisation II

3

3

 

UAGER 204

Communication Skills in German II

2

2

 

UAGER 205

Communication Skills in English II

2

2

 

UAGER 206

Foundation Course / EVS Component

2

2

 

 

                                                   Total

15

15

 

 

S.Y.B.A. in German Studies

   

 

Course Codes

Semester III

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 301

Advanced Structural Study of German I

3

3

 

UAGER 302

Advanced Structural Study of German II

3

3

 

UAGER 303

History of German Culture & Civilisation I

3

3

 

UAGER 304

History of German Literature I

3

3

 

UAGER 305

Study of Literary Texts

3

3

 

UAGER A306

UAGER B306

Travel and Tourism OR

Translation

3

3

 

UAGER 307

Foundation Course II

2

2

 

UAGER 308

The students may opt for any part-time programme including Foreign Language of the University of Mumbai of min. 60 teaching hrs. annually provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria

2

2

 

 

                                                   Total

22

22

 

Course  Codes

Semester IV

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 401

Advanced Structural Study of German III

3

3

 

UAGER 402

Advanced Structural Study of German IV

3

3

 

UAGER 403

History of German Culture & Civilisation II

3

3

 

UAGER 404

History of German Literature II

3

3

 

UAGER 405

Study of Literary Texts

3

3

 

UAGER A406

UAGER B406

Travel and Tourism OR

Translation

 

3

 

3

 

UAGER 407

Foundation Course II

2

2

 

UAGER 408

The students may opt for any part-time programme including Foreign Language of the University of Mumbai of min. 60 teaching hrs. annually provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria

2

2

 

 

Total

22

22

 

 

     

 

 

 

T.Y.B.A. in German Studies

   

 

Course  Codes

Semester V

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 501

Drama and Prose I

4

4

 

UAGER 502

History of German Literature III

4

4

 

UAGER 503

History of Art I

4

4

 

UAGER 504

Linguistics I

4

4

 

UAGER 505

Essay and Commercial Correspondence I

3.5

3.5

 

UAGER 506

Translation Skills I

3.5

3.5

 

 

Total

23

23

 

Course  Codes

Semester VI

Hrs/week

Credits

 

UAGER 601

Drama and Prose II

4

4

 

UAGER 602

History of German Literature IV

4

4

 

UAGER 603

History of Art II

4

4

 

UAGER 604

Linguistics II

4

4

 

UAGER 605

Essay and Commercial Correspondence II

3.5

3.5

 

UAGER 606

Translation Skills II

3.5

3.5

 

UAGER 607

Total

23

23

   

 

 

2.1

Eligibility:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eligibility:

NEW ELIGIBILITY FOR F.Y.B.A. from 2010-11

 

Candidates passed with 45% in HSC OR any other equivalent XII Standard Exam (ICSE, CBSE, IB) recognised by the University of Mumbai. Admission shall be done on merit basis i.e. according to the percentage in the qualifying exam and performance in the entrance test (PI) conducted by the Department of German. Reservation of seats as per University rules and policies. No prior German knowledge is required for admission to F.Y.B.A. (German)

 

Old Eligibility requirement also valid:

cleared with 45% in HSC or any other equivalent exam having chosen German as a Foreign Language in the XII standard, OR cleared with 45% in HSC and cleared the Diploma Programme in German offered by the University of Mumbai, or any other Indian University, OR

cleared with 45% in HSC and cleared  B 1 / Grundstufe 3 offered by Goethe Institute worldwide (Max Mueller Bhavan in India).

 

NEW ELIGIBILITY FOR S.Y.B.A. from 2013-14

 

Eligibility Criteria for the Second Year of the B.A. in German Studies

F.Y.B.A. of the B.A. in German Studies offered by the University of Mumbai, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai. OR

First Year of the Bachelors’ Programme of the University of Mumbai in any discipline, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai + Passed A2 level of the Goethe Institute/MMB or Passed Diploma in German of the University of Mumbai, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai or having equivalent German language competence + Passed the written and oral entrance test of the Department of German, University of Mumbai.

Calculation of credits: For candidates joining B.A. in German Studies at the S.Y.B.A. level, 30 credits shall be assigned for the First Year and their First Year marks/Grades shall be calculated / converted into Grades (letter grade and grade point) according to the existing Marks-Grades conversion scale being followed by the University of Mumbai.

 

The following fees for B.A. in German Studies shall be applicable for each year.

 

2.2

Fee Structure:

i)

ii)

iii)

iv)

v)

vi)

vii)

viii)

ix)

x)

xi)

 

xii)

xiii)

Tuition fees

Caution

Library fees

Students’ Union

Cultural Activities

Gymkhana

e-charge

Sports & Culture

Disaster Relief

Railway

I - Card

Total Fees

 

Enrolment

Eligibility, if required

Rs. 2500/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 380/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 6/-

Rs. 125/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 30/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 3161/-      Fees subject to change

 

Rs. 220/-

Rs. 220/- (within Maharshtra)

Rs. 320/- (outside Maharshtra)

Rs. 750/- (Foreign Nationals)

 

 

 

Exam Fees:

 

For FYBA & SYBA : Rs. 1320 (Rs. 660/- per semester) will be taken at the time of admission

 

 

2.3

Duration:

Six Semesters 

 

 

 

 

 

2.4

Timings:

Six days a week

 

 

 

 

 

2.5

Exam:

Continuous Evaluation (40 marks) & Semester End Exam (60 marks).

 

 

 

 

 

2.6

Standard of  Passing:

Students should secure minimum 2 grade points i.e. a letter grade E in each course and have 75% attendance.

 

 

 

 

3.

Programme:

M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES  (96 CREDITS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Description & Structure:

M.A. in German Studies at the Department of German offers the choice of specialisation with Culture Studies or Translation. The M.A. programme is a credit based four-semester programme of 2 years duration. It shall comprise of common papers in German classics, literature, theory of literature, linguistics & stylistics, European cultural history, cultural studies, comparative aesthetics, didactics, theory and methodology of translation, literary translation, research methodology and concepts of philosophy and schools of thought. Students opting for the comprehensive M.A. in German Studies programme shall also have core courses on German film and current trends in cultural studies. Students opting for M.A. in German Studies with specialisation in Translation shall also have core courses on Business & Commercial Translation, Scientific & Technical Translation & Translation of Patent Texts.

SEMESTER I

Course Code

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 101

Novel & Drama  (Roman und Drama)

4

6

PAGER 102

Introduction to European Cultural History (Einführung in die Europäische Kulturgeschichte)

4

6

PAGER103

Research Methodology (Wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechnik)

4

6

PAGER104

Translation I : Theory of Translation  (Übersetzungswissenschaft)

4

6

 

SEMESTER  II

Course Code

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 201

Contemporary German Literature (Deutsche Gegenwartsliteratur)

4

6

PAGER 202

Theories of Literature (Literaturtheorien)

4

6

PAGER 203

Linguistics & Stylistics (Linguistik und Stilistik)

4

6

PAGERA 204 PAGERB 204

Film Studies (Filmstudien) OR

Translation II : Business & Commercial Translation  (Wirtschaftsdeutsch) 

4

6

SEMESTER III

Course

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 301

German Classics (Kanon deutscher Literatur)

4

6

PAGER 302

Introduction to German Philosophy

(Einführung in die deutsche Philosophie)

4

6

PAGER 303

Didactics I  (Didaktik I)

4

6

PAGERA 304

 

PAGERB 304

Culture Studies: Concepts and Critique (Kulturwissenschaft: Konzepte und Kritik) OR

Translation III : Scientific & Technical Translation  (Übersetzung wissenschaftlicher und technischer Texte)

4

6

SEMESTER IV

Course

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 401

German Poetry  (Deutsche Lyrik)

4

6

PAGER 402

Comparative Aesthetics (Vergleichende Ästhetik)

4

6

PAGERA 403

PAGERB 403

Didactics II  (Didaktik II) OR

Translation IV: Sec. I: Patent / Technical Texts (Übersetzung von Patenten / technischen Texten) & Sec. II Translation of Literary Texts

(Übersetzung literarischer Texte)

4

6

PAGER 404

Dissertation / Translation Project / Teaching Practicals + Viva (Dissertation / Übersetzungsprojekt / Lehrprobe + Viva)

-

6

 

 

M.A. (HONS.) IN GERMAN STUDIES    (120 CREDITS)

 

SEMESTER I

Course Code

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 101

Novel & Drama  (Roman und Drama)

4

6

PAGER 102

Introduction to European Cultural History (Einführung in die Europäische Kulturgeschichte)

4

6

PAGER103

Research Methodology (Wissenschaftl. Arbeitstechnik)

4

6

PAGER104

Translation I: Theory of Translation  (Übersetzungswissenschaft)

4

6

PAGERA 105

Advanced German Skills (Tutorials) OR

4

6

PAGERB 105

Project on German Literary History (1600 -1832) OR

-

6

PAGERC 105

Project on Translation

-

6

SEMESTER  II

Course Code

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 201

Contemporary German Literature (Deutsche Gegenwartsliteratur)

4

6

PAGER 202

Theories of Literature (Literaturtheorien)

4

6

PAGER 203

Linguistics & Stylistics (Linguistik und Stilistik)

4

6

PAGERA 204 PAGERB 204

Film Studies (Filmstudien) OR

Translation II: Business & Commercial Translation (Wirtschaftsdeutsch) 

4

6

PAGERA 205

Advanced German Skills (Tutorials) OR  

4

6

PAGERB 205

Project on German Literary History (1832-1914) OR

-

6

PAGERC 205

Project on Translation

-

6

SEMESTER III

Course

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 301

German Classics (Kanon deutscher Literatur)

4

6

PAGER 302

Introduction to German Philosophy

(Einführung in die deutsche Philosophie)

4

6

PAGER 303

Didactics I  (Didaktik I)

4

6

PAGERA 304

 

PAGERB 304

Culture Studies: Concepts and Critique (Kulturwissenschaft: Konzepte und Kritik) OR

Translation III : Scientific & Technical Translation  (Übersetzung wissenschaftlicher und technischer Texte)

4

6

PAGERA 305

Advanced German Skills (Tutorials) OR

4

6

PAGERB 305

Project on German Literary History (1914-1989) OR

-

6

PAGERC 305

Project on Translation

-

6

SEMESTER IV

Course

Course Title

Hrs /week

Credits

PAGER 401

German Poetry  (Deutsche Lyrik)

4

6

PAGER 402

Comparative Aesthetics (Vergleichende Ästhetik)

4

6

PAGERA 403

PAGERB 403

Didactics II  (Didaktik II) OR

Translation IV: Sec. I: Patent/Technical Texts (Übersetzung von Patenten/technischen Texten) &

Sec. II Translation of Literary Texts (Übersetzung literarischer Texte)

4

6

PAGER 404

Dissertation/Translation Project/Teaching Practicals + Viva (Dissertation/Übersetzungsprojekt/Lehrprobe + Viva)

-

6

PAGERA 405

Advanced German Skills (Tutorials) OR

4

6

PAGERB 405

Project on German Literary History (1989 till present) OR

-

6

PAGERC 405

Project on Translation

-

6

 

 

3.1

 

Eligibility:

 

M.A. in German Studies

 

Students seeking admission to M.A. should have passed B.A. in German OR Graduation in any faculty  +  passed Advanced Diploma in German of the University of Mumbai or any other Indian University  +  Entrance Test* OR Graduation in any faculty  +  passed Mittelstufe I or B2.2 offered by Goethe Institute (Max Mueller Bhavan)  +  Entrance Test* OR Graduation in any faculty  +  equivalent level of competence in German  +  Entrance Test*

 

M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies

 

Students seeking admission to M. A. (Hons.) should have passed: B.A. in German / B.A. (Hons.) in German from the University Department of German, University of Mumbai OR B.A. in German / B.A. (Hons.) in German from any other University with minimum 120 credits or an equivalence of 120 credits of the University of Mumbai. Further in their Graduation they should have secured minimum 55% or equivalent grade for open category students and 50 % or equivalent grade for reserved category students as per the existing grading system + equivalent level of competence in German + Entrance test*

 

*The entrance test consisting of 2 papers, as under, shall be conducted:

(i) An essay paper in the subject (ii) A paper to test the student’s general acquaintance with the subject. (iii) An interview

 

 

 

 

The following fees for M.A. & M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies shall be applicable for each year.

 

3.2

Fee Structure:

i)

ii)

iii)

iv)

v)

vi)

vii)

viii)

ix)

x)

xi)

 

xii)

xiii)

xiv)

xv)

xvi)

xvii)

xviii)

xix)

xx)

xxi)

xxii)

 

xxiii)

Tuition fees

Application Form fee

Other charges

Library fee

Gymkhana

Admission Processing fee

Vice Chancellors fund    

Magazine

Identity Card

Student Welfare

University sports and cultural activity

Development fee

Utility

Computer/Internet

e suvidha         

e charges

Disaster relief fund

P.G. Registration fee

P.G. Registration form

Caution money

Railway concession

Document verification

Total fees

Project fee (only for Part II)

Rs. 1000/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 250/-

Rs. 1080/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 50/-

 

Rs. 30/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 250/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 1000/-

Rs. 25/-

Rs. 150/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 400/-

Rs. 6,005/- Fees subject to change

 

 

 

 

 

3.3

Duration:

Two Academic Years

 

 

 

 

 

3.4

Timings:

5 days a week

 

 

 

 

 

3.5

Exam:

Continuous Evaluation (40 marks) & Semester End Exam (60 marks).

 

 

 

 

 

3.6

Standard of Passing:

Students should secure minimum 2 Grade points (40%) i.e. Letter Grade E in each course and complete 75% attendance.

 

 

4.

Programme:

M. Phil. IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Description & Structure:

The M.Phil. programme in German lays emphasis on intercultural German Studies. It includes study and research of high level texts in the fields of literary criticism, intercultural hermeneutics and philosophy, translation and didactics of German as a foreign language. A dissertation to be submitted and a viva voce to be held at the end of the programme.

Paper I: Research Methodology  

Paper II: Intercultural Studies

Paper III: Advanced Literary Criticism / Didactics of German as Foreign Language / Theatre Studies / Media Studies / Translation Studies

Paper IV: Dissertation

 

 

 

 

 

4.1

Eligibility:

Candidates for being eligible for admission to the degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) programme must have passed the Master’s Degree examination in German of this University or an examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto, with at least a second class. In case of approved college teacher in service, who has passed the Master’s Degree examination in Pass Class, intending to join the M.Phil. degree programme to improve their qualifications, the requirement of having passed the Master’s degree at least in second class be waived.

 

 

 

 

 

4.2

Fee Structure:

i)

ii)

iii)

iv)

v)

vi)

vii)

viii)

ix)

x)

xi)

xii)

xiii)

xiv)

xv)

xvi)

xvii)

xviii)

xix)

xx)

xxi)

xxii)

xxiii)

Tuition fees

P.G. Registration

P.G. Registration Form

Application Form Fee

Caution Money

Library Fee

Students’ welfare

Gymkhana

e-charge website

Univ. Sports and Cultural Activities

Other fees

Disaster Relief Fund

Admission Processing fees

V.C. Fund

Magazine

I.D. Card

Development fee

Utility

Computer/Internet

E-Suvidha

Ashwamedha fee               

Document verification

Project Dissertation fee

Total Fees

Rs. 3000/-

Rs. 850/-

Rs. 25/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 150/-

Rs. 1080/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 30/-

Rs. 250/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 250/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 400/-

Rs. 2000/-

Rs. 9855/-     Fees subject to change

 

 

 

 

 

4.3

Duration:

Three Academic Terms i.e. 1 ½ years.

 

 

 

 

 

4.4

Timings:

Thrice a week

 

 

 

 

 

4.5

Exam:

There shall be a written examination for 3 theory papers on completion of 2 academic terms. Besides, there will be continuous evaluation through research paper presentations in each of the theory papers. A dissertation is also required to be submitted for the M.Phil. degree any time after keeping 2 terms but not later than 7 terms, provided that a candidate who submits his/her dissertation after 3 terms from the date of his registration for the programme has compulsorily passed in all theory papers.

 

 

 

 

4.6

Standard of  Passing:

Students need to clear the theory papers in order to submit the dissertation. The degree will be awarded only after submission and evaluation of the dissertation and the viva voce.

 

5.

Programme:

Ph.D. IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description & Structure:

Candidates interested in doing research in various fields of German Studies are expected to present themselves before the Head of Department for an interview after having cleared the Ph.D. Entrance Test (PET) conducted by the University twice a year. Candidates who have passed the U.G.C. (NET) or M.Phil. are exempted from appearing for PET and an entrance exam. Registration for Ph. D. is open throughout the year. Ph.D. Course work shall be applicable as per University policy.

 

 

 

5.1

Eligibility:

NET/ PET / M.Phil

 

 

 

5.2

Fee Structure:

i)

ii)

iii)

iv)

v)

vi)

vii)

viii)

ix)

x)

xi)

xii)

xiii)

xiv)

xv)

xvi)

xvii)

xviii)

xix)

xx)

xxi)

xxii)        

Tuition fees

P.G. Registration

P.G. Registration Form

Application Form Fee

Caution Money

Library Fee

Students’ Welfare

Gymkhana

e-charge website

Univ. Sports and Cultural Activities

Disaster Relief Fund

Other fees/ Extracurricular fees

Admission Processing fee

V.C. Fund

I.D. Card

Development fee

Utility

Computer Internet

E-Suvidha

Ashwamedha fee

Document verification

Total Fees

Rs. 6000/-

Rs. 1000/-

Rs. 25/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 150/-

Rs. 1080/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 30/-

Rs. 10/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 200/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 250/-

Rs. 1000/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 400/-

Rs. 11,355/-   Fees subject to change

         

5.3

Exam:

The thesis and the viva voce shall be evaluated

     

5.4

Registration

Procedure:

After having passed NET/PET/M.Phil. the following procedure shall be followed for Ph.D. registration:

i.              Form to be filled at the Department of German + Fees Rs. 100/-

ii.             Attested copies of the following documents to be attached: Graduation & M.A.

      Mark-sheets & passing certificates/grade-cards + convocation degree + proof of 

      NET/PET/M.Phil. + one photo.

iii.            Appear for interview at the Department of German

iv.            Research proposal form + research proposal (15 copies with index) to be submitted

       through the Head, Department of  German and then at the Thesis Section, Fort Campus, 

       University of Mumbai

v.             After approval letter of research proposal is received registration form (with attested

       copies of documents listed above in ii.) to be filled at the Department of German &

       Ph.D. fees (see 5.2) to be paid at the Allahabad Bank.

vi.            Registration No. will be sent by Thesis Section, Fort Campus, University of Mumbai    

                                       

 

 

PART TIME PROGRAMMES

PROGRAMMES IN GERMAN

 

6.

Programme:

CERTIFICATE IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The main aim of this programme is to introduce the students to elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar and phonetics and shall involve diverse grammar exercises for practice. Along with the practice of German language structures, their application in authentic situations shall also be dealt with. This programme shall emphasize upon communicative competence in German writing, speaking and listening skills shall be activated. Reading, hearing, understanding and writing skills shall be developed.

 

 

Equivalent to CEFR Level A1

              

6.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

 

 

 

6.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 2,460/- per annum.  Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

                                

6.3

Duration:

One Academic Year (130 – 140 hrs)

 

 

 

6.4

Timings:

Regular Batch: Twice a week (Tuesday & Thursday mornings: 8.00 a.m. – 10.00 a.m.)

                                                 Sunday Batch:  9.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. OR

                                                                          2.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.

 

 

 

6.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

6.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

7.

Programme:

DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The Diploma Programme consists of two papers.

Paper I will be dealing with A 2 level grammar. Its aim will be to strengthen the structural knowledge of German, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of German language and comprehension of difficult texts.

Paper II will deal with the genre of short stories and German Culture. The students shall be introduced to German literary texts and topics like physical features of German speaking countries, festivals, religions, social life, sports and leisure, education system. Appropriate comprehension and structural exercises shall be given to facilitate the interpretation of German texts. Culture specific problems of understanding literature shall be discussed.    

 

 

 

7.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

Certificate Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University, OR

Clearing A 1 / the Grundstufe 1 of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide, OR

Clearing the H.S.C. exam with German as one of the subjects, OR

Learning German in school for at least two years and having cleared the respective exam

 

 

 

7.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 2,660/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

7.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

7.4

Timings:

Sunday Batch: 9.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

 

 

 

7.5

Exam:

Written Exam: Paper I  (Grammar): 100 marks   

                         Paper II (Short Stories & German Culture): 100 marks

                         Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

7.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in each paper of the written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

8.

Programme:

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

There will be four papers of 100 marks each.

Paper I: Translation

Paper II: German Culture and Literary History

Paper III: Short Stories and Poems

Paper IV: Advanced Grammar

 

 

 

8.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

Diploma Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University, OR

Clearing the A 2 / Grundstufe II of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide, OR

Clearing the F.Y or S.Y. exam with German as one of the subjects, OR Learning German in school for at least three years and having cleared the respective exam

 

 

 

8.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 2,960/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

8.3

Duration:

One Academic Year       

 

 

 

8.4

Timings:

Saturdays : 2.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. & 4.30 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

Sundays :   9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. & 11.30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. (2 hrs per paper i.e. total 8 hrs)

 

 

 

8.5

Exam:

Written Exam: Paper I: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 100 marks

                         Paper II: 100 marks

                         Paper III: 100 marks

                         Paper IV: 100 marks

 

 

 

8.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in each paper of the written exam and 50% in oral exam separately shall be required for passing.

 

 

9.

Programme:

SHORT-TERM / INTENSIVE BASIC CERTIFICATE IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The main aim of this programme is to introduce the students to elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar and phonetics and shall involve diverse grammar exercises for practice. Along with the practice of German language structures, their application in authentic situations shall also be dealt with. This programme shall emphasize upon communicative competence in German: writing, speaking and listening skills shall be activated, reading, hearing, understanding and writing skills shall be developed.

 

 

 

9.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

 

 

 

9.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 5,000/- Registration:  Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

 

 

 

9.3

Duration:

16 weeks

 

 

 

9.4

Timings:

4 times a week, Monday to Thursday evenings 5.30 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.                         

 

 

 

9.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

9.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately.

 

 

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10.

Programme:

SHORT-TERM INTENSIVE DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The Diploma Programme consists of two papers.

Paper I will be dealing with advanced level grammar. It aims at strengthening the structural knowledge of German, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of German language and comprehension of difficult texts.

Paper II will deal with the genre of short stories and German Culture. The students shall be introduced to German literary texts and topics like physical features of German speaking countries, festivals, religions, social life, sports and leisure, education system. Appropriate comprehension and structural exercises shall be given to facilitate the interpretation of German texts. Culture specific problems of understanding literature shall be discussed.    

 

 

 

10.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Certificate Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University, OR

Clearing the A 1 / Grundstufe 1 of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide, OR Clearing the H.S.C. exam with German as one of the subjects, OR

Learning German in school for at least two years and having cleared the respective exam.

 

 

 

10.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 5,000/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

 

 

 

10.3

Duration:

16 weeks

 

 

 

10.4

Timings:

4 times a week, Monday to Thursday evenings 5.30 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.                           

 

 

 

10.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

10.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

11.

Programme:

DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & TECHNICAL TRANSLATION & TOURISM (GERMAN)

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

Mumbai being one of the most important economic, scientific and cosmopolitan cities of India, there is a significant demand for translation courses in science, technology, business and tourism. Thus this programme deals with the theoretical and practical aspects and techniques in translating passages from German to English and vice versa. There will be 3 papers, a viva voce and project work.

 

Paper I: Science and Technology + Project

Paper II: Business German, Communication + Project

Paper III: Travel and Tourism + Project  

 

 

 

11.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

Advanced Diploma in German form this University or any other University in India recognised by this University, OR Clearing B2.1 / Mittelstufe I of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide.

11.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs.6,500/- + Registration:  Rs. 300/- + Library Fees: Rs. 200/-  = Rs. 7000/- per annum (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

11.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

11.4

Timings:

Sundays 9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m., 11.15 a.m. – 1.15 p.m. & 2.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.

(2 hrs per paper i.e. total 6 hrs)

 

 

 

11.5

Exam:

Written Exam:  Paper I: 100 marks

                         Paper II: 100 marks

                         Paper III: 100 marks                      

 

 

 

11.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 45% in each paper of the written exam and 45% in project separately

 

 

12.

Programme:

SHORT-TERM CERTIFICATE COURSE IN GERMAN (Course to be conducted outside the University premises for firms / institutions)

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

This programme is an intensive programme offered only to groups of a particular firm or institution, provided there are minimum 15 candidates. The main aim of this programme is to introduce elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar and phonetics.

 

 

 

12.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

 

 

 

12.2

Fees:

Rs. 10,000/- (inclusive of Registration Fee only)

 

 

Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

 

12.3

Duration:

8 weeks

 

 

 

12.4

Timings:

Saturdays & Sundays 4 hrs each

 

 

 

12.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

12.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

13.

Programme:

CONVERSATIONAL COURSE IN GERMAN FOR BEGINNERS

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

This programme is structured to introduce basic German vocabulary, phrases and day to day conversational skills.

 

 

 

13.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

 

 

 

13.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 3,000/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

 

 

 

13.3

Duration:

5 weeks  Total 48 hours

 

 

 

13.4

Timings:

5 times a week, 2 hours per day

 

 

 

13.5

Exam:

Oral Exam: 100 marks

 

 

 

13.6

Standard of Passing:

Minimum of 50% in the oral exam

14.

Programme:

POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA COURSE IN GERMAN & EUROPEAN INTERCULTURAL STUDIES

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

Ever since the European Integration Process has gained momentum, European Cultural Studies have become an integral part of German Intercultural Studies. In the context of globalisation and India’s relations to Germany and Europe, the proposed programme would provide competence to persons intending to interact with Germany in the context of Inter-European, Indo-European and Indo-German relations. This programme, which would attempt to furnish information also to professionally oriented persons, besides research oriented students, will be conducted in English and will include 5 papers and a viva voce.

 

Paper I: Political, sociological & historical aspects of the integration of Germany & Europe

Paper II: Legal, economical and ecological aspects

Paper III: Cultural history, intercultural philosophy, religion & science

Paper IV: Literatures, with reference to Migrant Literature, languages & intercultural communication

Paper V: Elementary German as a foreign language or any other foreign language offered by this University.   

 

 

 

14.1

Eligibility:

Graduation in any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from other acknowledged Universities in India or abroad recognised by this University.

 

 

 

14.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 5,000 /- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 300/- Library Fees: Rs. 200/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

 

 

 

14.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

14.4

Timings:

Thrice a week

 

 

 

14.5

Exam:

Written Exam: Paper I: 100 marks          Oral Exam: 50 marks

                         Paper II: 100 marks

                         Paper III: 100 marks

                         Paper IV: 100 marks

                         Paper V: 100 marks

 

 

 

14.6

Standard of  Passing:

 

Minimum of 40% in each paper of the written exam and 40% in oral exam separately

 

                        (Not being offered in the current academic year)

 

 

15

Programme:

CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNICATIVE MARATHI LEVEL 1 (in Marathi)

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

This programme shall emphasize communicative competence in Marathi listening, reading, speaking, writing and understanding skills. It makes the participant competent in understanding and using familiar, everyday expressions and very simple sentences, which relate to concrete needs. Proficiency in script, elementary language structures and basic communication skills.

15.1

Eligibility:

Students seeking admission to this programme should have passed S.S.C. / I.C.S. E. / C.B.S.E. or or X standard recognized by this University.

 

 

 

15.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 2,460/- per annum.  Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid at the time of admission)

 

 

                                

15.3

Duration:

120 hours

 

 

 

15.4

Timings:

Saturday 1.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. OR Sunday 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

 

 

 

15.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks Oral examination: continuous evaluation (25) + orals (25) = 50 marks

 

 

 

15.6

Standard of  Passing:

A minimum of 50% in written and 50% in orals separately

 

 

PROGRAMMES IN JAPANESE

 

15.

Programme:

CERTIFICATE IN JAPANESE

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The basic aim of this programme is to introduce the students to the elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar, phonetics and the three different scripts.

 

 

 

15.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

 

 

 

15.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 1,500/- per annum. Registration: Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

15.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

15.4

Timings:

Twice a week, 2 hrs each or once a week, 4 hrs.

 

 

 

15.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

15.6

Standard of Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

16.

Programme:

DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The Diploma Programme will be dealing with advanced level grammar. Its aim will be to strengthen the structural knowledge of Japanese, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of Japanese language and comprehension of difficult texts.

 

 

 

16.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Certificate Programme in Japanese conducted by this or any other   University/Institution, which is recognised by this University or Level 4 of old JLPT / N5 of new JLPT.

 

 

 

16.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 1,600/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

16.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

16.4

Timings:

Twice a week, 2 hrs each

 

 

 

16.5

Exam:

Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

 

 

 

16.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

17.

Programme:

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

The Advanced Diploma Programme will further strengthen the structural knowledge of Japanese, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of Japanese language and comprehension of difficult texts. There will be two papers.   

 

 

 

17.1

Eligibility:

S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Diploma Programme in Japanese conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University, or Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 of new JLPT.

17.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 1,700/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

17.3

Duration:

Two Academic Years

 

 

 

17.4

Timings:

3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

 

 

 

17.5

Exam:

Written Exam:   Paper I: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

                         Paper II: 100 marks

 

 

 

17.6

Standard of Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

18.

Programme:

DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS JAPANESE

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

Writing business emails and letters, telephone etiquette, preparing for visits, making presentations.

 

 

 

18.1

Eligibility:

Students seeking admission to the Business Japanese Programme should have passed Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 new JLPT conducted each year all over the world by the Japan Foundation (Government of Japan) OR Diploma Level of University of Mumbai.

 

 

 

18.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 1,700/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

18.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

18.4

Timings:

3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

 

 

 

18.5

Exam:

There will be two written papers of 100 marks each and an oral exam of 50 marks.

Paper 1 will test Kanji (Chinese Characters) and vocabulary.

Paper 2 will test comprehension skills and writing skills.

 

 

 

18.6

Standard of Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

19.

Programme:

DIPLOMA IN CONVERSATIONAL JAPANESE

 

 

 

 

Programme Description:

To improve the speaking skills this programme will seek to enable the learner to survive in Japan or to communicate fluently. 

 

 

 

19.1

Eligibility:

Students seeking admission to the One Year Programme in Conversational Japanese should have passed Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 new JLPT conducted each year all over the world by the Japan Foundation (Government of Japan), and may be given admission after they have undergone an entrance test and have been found suitable. The entrance test consisting of 2 papers as under shall be administered. (i) An essay paper in the subject. (ii) A paper to test the student’s general acquaintance with the subject. (iii) An interview or Diploma Level of University of Mumbai.

 

 

 

19.2

Fees:

Tuition fees: Rs. 1,700/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

 

 

 

19.3

Duration:

One Academic Year

 

 

 

19.4

Timings:

3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

 

 

 

19.5

Exam:

Exam Pattern: There will be viva of 100 marks consisting of:

 

Aural Comprehension                  25 marks

Dictation                                    20 marks

Reading                         20 marks

Questions based on reading        20 marks

General Conversation                  25 marks

Total                                         100 marks

21.6

Standard of  Passing:

Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

 

 

20. ELIGIBILITY 

For students other than Mumbai Board (Applicable for all full time and part time programmes)

 

For the attention of those students who are not graduates of the University of Mumbai or have not passed

S. S. C. / H. S. C. of Pune Board:

Candidates who are not graduates of the University of Mumbai or those who have not passed the S.S.C. / H.S.C. of the Pune Board or any other statutory examining body must apply for an eligibility certificate from the Eligibility Section, University of Mumbai, Ambedkar Bhavan, Kalina Campus, Mumbai-400098. Application for eligibility certificate must be accompanied by the Original Certificate and Mark Sheet from the Institution from where the candidate has graduated.

 

The fee for the Eligibility certificate shall be as under: -

a)    within Maharashtra State  Rs. 220/-

b)    from outside Maharashtra Rs. 320/-

c)     for Foreign nationals         Rs. 750/-    

Fees subject to change

 

The Registrar may issue a Provisional Statement of eligibility if he is satisfied that the applicant is Prima Facie eligible for admission to this University.

Candidates who join the programmes on the basis of a provisional statement of eligibility issued to them by the University during the academic year shall be required to pay Rs. 220/- (including the application fee) towards enrolment in the Department.

Candidates will have to produce the Eligibility Certificate along with their application form at the time of admission in the Department. For confirmation of eligibility, candidates will have to produce Original Degree Certificate, Statement of Marks, Migration Certificate along with True/Xerox Copies of each of the certificate to the Department before the end of the first term of the academic year.

 

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