Overview of the Programme
In this course, a strong background in Indology will be built upon by providing deeper knowledge of important aspects of India in its historical, societal, cultural and literary contexts. Detailed knowledge will be imparted regarding Hindu, Buddhist and Jaina traditions and the intellectual history of India. Students will also gain a comprehensive overview of certain areas of the performing and visual arts as well as of Indian literature.
Programme Educational Objectives
After the successful completion of the course, the student should –
After the successful completion of the prescribed course-work, the students will be able to-
The academic program in Indology serves as an academic qualification for occupational fields in and outside universities. Occupational fields can be found at universities and, in museums, libraries and cultural establishments as well as in publishing, journalism and tourism and also work with migrants. In addition to this, combinations of Indology with other philological and general courses of study, such as Religious Studies, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Modern Indian Studies, Law or Economics, throws open new possibilities in the emerging fields of cultural diplomacy, occupation in higher learning centres as well as in free enterprise and politics.
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Diploma in Indology (Online/Regular)
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