Tool and Optional Courses
Since its inception, the Centre has been offering Optional courses (three credits each) and Tool courses (two or three credits each) in Linguistics and English to the B.A. level students of the five year integrated M.A. programme in foreign languages of the School.
A no. of students from different foreign language Centres have availed of these courses in order to supplement their own language learning activities with theoretical insights and practical applications of modern linguistics. Every semester about 200 students opt for these courses.
Optional Courses in Linguistics
|LE321L||Introduction to Linguistics||3|
|LE323L||Linguistics, Language & Literature||3|
|LE324L||Introduction to Phonetics||3|
|LE325L||Introduction to Morphology||3|
|LE326L||Introduction to Contrastive Linguistics||3|
|LE327L||Language in Society||3|
|LE337L||Historical and Comparative Linguistics||3|
|LE339L||Semantic Theories and Analysis||3|
|LE340L||Introduction to Stylistics||3|
|LE341L||Reading in Linguistics||3|
|LE343L||Introduction to Sociolinguistics||3|
|LE344L||Introduction to Computational Linguistics||3|
|LE382L||Introduction to Indian Linguistic Tradition||3|
Following courses are offered by the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies which are open to the students of the Centre.
1. Introduction to Computational Linguistics
2. Computational Linguistics Tool Kit