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KANHAIYALAL MUNSHI INSTITUTE OF HINDI STUDIES & LINGUISTICS (K.M.I.)

Department / Institute Contact Information

HOD

PROF.PRADEEP SHRIDHAR

 

Address

Director, K.M.Institute Dr.B.R.Ambedkar University, Paliwal Park, AGRA-282003 

 

Phone

9837350986

Website

Email

pks22july@gmail.com

About Department

Kanhiyalal Maniklal Munshi Institute of Hindi and Linguistics, one of the oldest institutes of India, was initially visualized as 'AGRA UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF HINDI STUDTES'. Later it was named after the erstwhile Governor of Uttar Pradesh, His Excellency Kanhiya Lal Maniklal Munshi, also a well- Known Gujarati novelist. The Institute was established with a view to fostering and promoting higher studies and research in various academics fields, with Hindi being the focus language. The decision to establish such an institute at Agra was taken in a Conference of Vice-chancellors at Luck now in 1953 to the effect that the Agra University which was an affiliating university should have an Institute of Hindi where scholars of Hindi and non-Hindi areas could co-operate to further the progress of Hindi as National Language.

In the words of Shri K.M. Munshi, "The lovers and scholars of Hindi should concentrate on developing the range and power of Hindi; that higher studies in Hindi must be based on comparative study of Indian languages and literatures, that its strengths and elasticity, rooted in Sanskrit must be strengthened by a core study of that great language."

The Institute was inaugurated by the erstwhile governor of Uttar Pradesh Shri Kanhiya lal Maniklal Mushi on December 14, 1953.

The foundation stone of the Institute was laid on the same day by the then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Govind Vallabh pant and teaching at the Institute began in July 1956.

Since then K.M. Institute of Hindi and Linguistics has done much in the field of Hindi language and literature. It has emerged as a pioneer institute of the country, not only in the field of Hindi but in other fields like Sanskrit, linguistics. European languages. Mass-Communication and Journalism, the Institute has been acting as a key centre for the students from all over the country and abroad under the aegis of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar University (formerly Agra University) Agra. The Institute has had to its credit a number of highly qualified director, support by talented faculty members, who have influenced the academic environment of the institute in a positive manner and catapulted it to its present status.

 

Faculties

S .No

Name

Designation

Phone

Mob. No.

E-mail

Hindi Department

01.

Prof. PRADEEP SHRIDHAR

Director &
Head of Hindi Department 

0562&2522521

9837350986

Pks22july@gmail.com

02.

Dr. Ram Shankar

Associate Professor 

0562&2522521

9013180116

Sanskrit Department

01.

Dr. Deshbandhu

Assistant Professor 

8171196011

deshastro.vastu@gmail.com

Jornalism and Mass Communication Department

01.

Dr. Girija Shankar Sharma

Head of Department 

0562&2522521

9412167113

girijashankers@gmail.com

Linguistics Department

01.

Prof. Harivansh Singh Solanki

Head of Department 

0562&2522521

9412315870

Harivanshsingh05@gmail.com

02.

Dr. Neelam Yadav

Assistant Professor 

0562&2522521

7417890936

dr.neelam2012yadav@gmail.com

03.

Dr. Pallavi Arya

Assistant Professor 

0562&2522521

8588841674

pallavi.arya@gmail.com

04.

Dr.Ritesh Kumar

Assistant Professor 

0562&2522521

8171195415

riteshkrjnu@gmail.com

05.

Dr. Ranjeet Bharti

Assistant Professor 

0562&2522521

8650029885

Ranjeet.lt35@gmail.com

Contract Teachers

S .No Name Designation Qualifications

01.

DR. AJAY KUMAR SHARMA

Lecturer

M.J.M.C.,M.Com., Ph.D.

02.

DR. UPENDRA SHARMA

Lecturer

M.A., Ph. D.


Courses

Courses Name


D. Lit.

 

Syllabus


 

Duration


1-6 Years

 

Minimum – Eligibility


Ph. D.

 

Admission Procedure

Interview

 

No of Seats


Ph.D.
In Hindi, Sanskrit, Linguistics,

Mass- Communication & Journalism

 

 

 

 

1 Year (For M.Phil. Pass)


2-6 Years (For M.A. Pass)

 

M. Phil

 

M.A. 55% 

 

 

Adm. Test and Interview

 

8 seat per Teacher

M. Phil in Hindi, Sanskrit and Linguistics       1 Year (02 Sem.)   M.A. 55%   Adm. Test and Interview   30 in each subject
M.A. in Hindi, Sanskrit, Linguistics, Mass Communication (MMC)       2 Years (04 Sem.)   Graduation with 50%   Interview   30 in each subject
Diploma in Russian, French, German       1 Year (02 Sem)   Certificate in language concerned   Test/Interview and academic record   30 in each language
Certificate in Russian, French,       1 Year (02 Sem)   10+2   Test/ Interview and academic   50 in each subject
German               record    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Training Program NA        

Research Area

Folklore, Modern Hindi literature, Comparative Literature, Dalit and Women Discourse, Textual Criticism, Functional Hindi, Literature of Indian Diaspora, Modern Communication and Journalism, Language Survey and Phonetics, Sanskrit Grammar and Cultural studies. 
The institute offers research programmes and facilities at the following levels:
                   M. Phil., Ph.D. and D.Lit.        :      Hindi, Sanskrit, Linguistics
- Till date a total of 517 candidates have been awarded Ph.D. degrees and 12 D.Litts. In the above departments.
- 06 Research Scholars have cleared the NET/SLET one of them is working as Senior Research Fellow in the Deptt. Of Hindi.
- 06 Research Scholars are getting Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship from UGC.

 

Achievements Regarding department

  1. A dream project was submitted by the Institute to the Govt. of India through the University and recently a Community Radio came in existence named as “Agra Ki Aawaz”. This radio station is unique in its kind running under the Department of Mass-Communication & Journalism. 
    It was inaugurated by the Chancellor of the University and Governor of U.P. H.E. Shri B.L. Joshi on 30 Oct. 2010.

  2. Department of Hindi organized a 7 seven days international workshop on 'National and International Scenario of Hindi'. April 25 - May 1.2016.

  3. Department of Linguistics organized the following programs-
    • Second national workshop on ‘Language Description arrd Sciences WORLDS-2’ August 7-11,2015.
    • International workshop on 'Automatic Detection of Aggression in Hindi and English Speech' collaboration with University of Huersfield. UK. December 6-12, 2015.
    • Forth lnternational conference on ‘Endangered and Lesser Known Language ELKL-4’ .April 25-27, 2016.
  4. Department of Sanskrit organized the following programs-
    • Fifteen days workshop on 'Sanskrit Sambhaashan Prashikshan'. March 1-15, 2016.
    • Five days 'Sanskrit Vigvan Pradarshani'. March 1-5, 2016.