Candidates awaiting their results of the previous eligible programme (level) and desiring to enrol for the next level offered by the Department may do so by seeking provisional admission with an undertaking that the admission may stand cancelled if the candidate is found not eligible.

FOR PART-TIME COURSES ONLY

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GENERAL FAQs

1. What does online mean?

Ans.: Online means classes will be offered by our teachers online in face-to-face communication (synchronous mode). There will be no pre-recorded sessions.

2. Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: Yes, all part-time classes shall be totally online for this year.

3. Is it a correspondence course?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence course. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory.

4. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a course?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the course.

5. Can I apply for more than one part-time course at a time?

Ans.: Yes, provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

FAQs for B.A. in German Studies

1. Do I need to know German to take admission to B.A. in German Studies?

Ans.: No. Prior knowledge of German is not required at all. 

2. Can I take direct admission to S.Y.B.A. (Second Year of Bachelor of Arts) in German?

Ans.: Yes, if you have already done first year of any Bachelor’s programme from a recognized University and possess B1 level of proficiency in German.

3. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

4. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

 

5. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for full-time two programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

FAQs for M.A. / M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies

1. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

 

2. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

3. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

4. What is the difference between M.A. and M.A.(Hons.) in German Studies?

Ans.: Students with more than 55% (50% for students belonging to reserved category) at the Bachelors’ level shall be admitted to the Hons. Programme.

M.A. (Hons.) students will receive 120 credits upon completion of the programme.

M.A. in German Studies is a programme with 100 credits.

 

5. How do I prepare for the entrance test?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/m-a-hons-in-german-studies

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for two full-time programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time programme and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.

 

FAQs for Ph.D. in German Studies

1. What is the eligibility for Ph.D. in German Studies? 

Ans.: M.A. in German Studies + UGC NET / PET / M.Phil.

 

2. How do I register myself for Ph.D. in German Studies? 

Ans.: https://www.german-mu.com/ph-d-in-german-studies

 

FAQs for B.A. in Chinese Studies

1. Do I need to know Chinese to take admission to BA in Chinese Studies? 

Ans.: No. Prior knowledge of Chinese is not required at all.

 

2. Can I take direct admission to S.Y.B.A. (Second Year of Bachelor of Arts) in Chinese?

Ans.: Yes, if you have already done first year of any Bachelor’s programme from a recognized University and possess HSK3 level of proficiency in Chinese Mandarin. 

 

3. What does online mean? Will it be entirely online?

Ans.: In the first semester certainly, all lectures shall be totally online. In the later semesters there will be blended mode (partly online, partly contact phase), depending on the pandemic situation - but with student friendly contact phases.

 

4. Is it a correspondence programme?

Ans.: It is not a correspondence programme, but a regular full-time degree programme. Online attendance and class participation shall be compulsory. There will be synchronous (face-to-face) teaching.

 

5. How do I know whether I am eligible to take admission to a programme?

Ans.: Please refer to https://www.german-mu.com/overview to check whether you are eligible for the programme.

 

6. Can I apply for more than one programme at a time?

Ans.: Yes. You may register for two full-time programmes at a time provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory. Or you may register for one full-time programme and other part-time courses provided the timings do not clash since attendance is compulsory.