Course: Diploma in Functional Hindi & Translation (DFHT)
The main aim of DFHT is to enable learners acquire the applied skills of hindi language as well as translation from hindi to english and vice-versa. Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world, after Chinese.
The Constitution of India declares Hindi in the Devnagari script as the official language of the Union and has stipulated the usage of Hindi and English as the two languages of communication for the Central Government. There is growing opportunity of employment in the field as Hindi Officer, Hindi Translator, Hindi Assistant, Manager (Official language) in different departments and units of Central / State governments. Employment opportunities have increased manifold with the advent of private TV and Radio channels and launch of Hindi versions of established magazines / newspapers. In the field of Hindi media, there is a need for Editors, Reporters, Correspondents, Sub Editors, Proof Readers, Radio Jockey, Anchors etc.
One can earn livelihood as a freelance translator and can also set up translation firms. The programme consists of eight courses, each of four credits.