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    Department of German:  Info- Session on Study and Research in Germany on Sunday, 9th September, 2018. Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Venue: Marathi Bhasha, University of Mumbai, Kalina Campus
    Department of German: Commencement of short term Certificate Batch in German (A1) for beginners from 18th September, 2018 (Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs. 5.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.) Duration: 4 months. For admission click: www.german-mu.com
    Annual German Day which is on 21st January 2017.
    Vacancy for non teaching contractual staff for Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai
    Lecture 13 HANS-GEORG GADAMER
    Department of German and Department of English: Jointly organized “Ulrike Draesner & Ranjit Hoskote: A Public Conversation”
    E-tender (Extension II) for the purchase of laptops & printer
    E-tender (Extension I & Corrigendum) for the purchase of laptops & printer
    Second Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Research Colloquium for Humanities jointly organised by the Department of German & IQAC
    Admissions OPen for our Part- time Courses in German, Japnese
    Admissions OPen for our Part- time Courses in Communicative Marathi

    Online Admissions for our Part- time Courses in German, Japnese and Communicative Marathi
    Admission Notification

     

     
    Profile

    The University of Mumbai is the oldest centre for German Studies in India.  The Department of German offers full-fledged academic & research programmes. It conducts full time programmes in German Studies (B.A, M.A., M.A. (Hons.), Ph.D.) as well as part time programmes in German, Japanese & Marathi (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma), Diploma in Commercial & Technical Translation and Tourism and Communicative Marathi Level 1 and 2.

    Our aim is to impart quality education in German language, literature, culture, translation & intercultural studies. The academic curriculum of advanced programmes is supplemented by numerous seminars on language teaching, literature, intercultural hermeneutics, linguistics, translation, philosophy, aesthetics etc. The Department also gains from enriching contributions made by guest professors, research scholars, trainees and exchange students from German speaking countries, which provide the students with an opportunity of constant academic interaction with native German scholars throughout the academic session. 

    The M.A., M.A. (Hons.), & Ph.D. programmes in German Studies are research and job oriented. The emphasis on German language competence, translation and courses on teaching of German as a Foreign Language besides courses on German philology and culture studies empower the students at multiple levels. The comprehensive syllabus has an interdisciplinary and intercultural character, which enables the students to pursue research as well as careers in the field of German as well as allied domains globally.

    The Department also carries out research & translation projects with other Indian, German, Austrian & Swiss Universities. The academic programmes and curriculum of German are constantly reviewed keeping in mind compulsory basic disciplinary knowledge, the latest academic developments in German Studies, the local and global interdisciplinary and intermedial scenario and the vocational interests of the students. 

    The German Department currently has various research and academic exchange programmes with the German Universities of Göttingen, Hamburg, Freiburg, Heidelberg & the Austrian University of Klagenfurt. The Department offers practical training and guidance in the field of German as a foreign language to students/trainees from German speaking countries. Meritorious B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. students of the Department get the opportunity of pursuing partial studies/research at German/Austrian Universities under various academic exchange programmes. 

     

  • Facility

    Internet Access

    Multi-Media Room

  • Library

    The Department has a departmental library for the undergraduate (B.A.) and post-graduate students.This library is well equipped with books (approximately 5000 books), news papers, journals, magazines, dissertations, and audio/ video cassettes and CD-Rom for language courses

  • Full-Time Degree Programmes: (Semester & Credit System)

     

    1. B.A. in German Studies
    2. M.A. in German Studies
    3. M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies
    4. Ph.D. in German

     

    Part-Time Programmes in German*:

    6.    Certificate in German

    7.    Diploma in German

    8.    Advanced Diploma in German

    9.    Short-Term / Intensive Basic Certificate Course in German

    10.  Short-Term Intensive Diploma Course in German

    11.  Diploma in Commercial & Technical Translation & Tourism (German)

    12.  Short-Term Certificate Course in German

    13.  Conversational Course in German for Beginners (Summer Course)

     

     

     

    Part-Time Programme in Marathi*:

    14.  Certificate in Communicative Marathi Level 1

    15.  Diploma in Communicative Marathi Level 2

     

    Part-Time Programmes in Japanese*:

    16.  Certificate in Japanese

    17.  Diploma in Japanese

    18.  Advanced Diploma in Japanese I & II

    19.  Diploma in Business Japanese

    20.  Diploma in Conversational Japanese

     

    Prospectus Overview 18-19

     

    * All part time programmes will be offered subject to a minimum intake of 15 candidates

    PLEASE NOTE:                                                       

    • All programmes at the Department are organized and conducted as per the rules of the University of Mumbai.
    • Every student seeking admission to a programme shall first register himself / herself at the Department of German, University of Mumbai.
    • Fees for all programmes are subject to change and do not include examination fees or costs of the course material.
    • Exam fees for all part-time programmes are to be paid in the month of December.
    • Identity card for all full-time and part-time programmes should be made at the time of admission.

     

    FULL-TIME DEGREE PROGRAMMES:

     

     

    2.

    Programme:

    B.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES    (120 CREDITS)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description & Structure:

    This integrated programme will enable the students to attain a B.A. (three years), degree in German. Besides giving in-depth knowledge of German language, literature and culture, this programme also promotes possibility of intercultural studies leading to a better understanding between cultures. Technical Translation and Business German are also offered within the framework of the B.A. programmes. There shall be six semesters at the B.A. Level.

    Intake Capacity = 30 students.

    The B.A. programme in German Studies is structured as per semester and credit system. The following courses are offered at each level:

     

    F.Y.B.A. in German Studies

     

     

    Course Codes

    Semester I

    Hrs/week

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 101

    Structural Study of German I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 102

    Structural Study of German II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 103

    German Culture & Civilisation I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 104

    Communication Skills in German I

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 105

    Communication Skills in English I

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 106

    Foundation Course in German I

    Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills

    2

    2

     

     

     

                                                       Total

    15

    15

     

     

    Course Codes

    Semester II

    Hrs/week

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 201

    Structural Study of German III

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 202

    Structural Study of German IV

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 203

    German Culture & Civilisation II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 204

    Communication Skills in German II

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 205

    Communication Skills in English II

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 206

    Foundation Course in German II

    Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills

    2

    2

     

     

     

                                                       Total

    15

    15

     

     

     

     

    S.Y.B.A. in German Studies

       

     

     

    Course Codes

    Semester III

    Hrs/week

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 301

    Advanced Structural Study of German I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 302

    Advanced Structural Study of German II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 303

    History of German Culture & Civilisation I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 304

    History of German Literature I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 305

    Study of Literary Texts I

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 306

    Communication Skills in German III

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 307

    Foundation Course in German III

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 308

    Interdisciplinary Applied Component

    2

    2

     

     

     

    Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills                                            Total

     

    22

     

    22

     

     

     

    Course  Codes

     

    Semester IV

     

    Hrs/week

     

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 401

    Advanced Structural Study of German III

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 402

    Advanced Structural Study of German IV

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 403

    History of German Culture & Civilisation II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 404

    History of German Literature II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 405

    Study of Literary Texts II

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 406

    Communication Skills in German IV

    3

    3

     

     

    UAGER 407

    Foundation Course in German IV

    2

    2

     

     

    UAGER 408

    Interdisciplinary Applied Component Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills

    2

    2

     

     

     

    Total

    22

    22

     

     

     

         

     

     

     

    T.Y.B.A. in German Studies

       

     

     

    Course  Codes

    Semester V

    Hrs/week

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 501

    Drama and Prose I

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 502

    History of German Literature III

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 503

    History of Art I

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 504

    Linguistics I

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 505

    Essay and Commercial Correspondence I

    3.5

    3.5

     

     

    UAGER 506

    Translation Skills I

    Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills

    3.5

    3.5

     

     

     

    Total

    23

    23

     

     

     

    Course  Codes

     

    Semester VI

     

    Hrs/week

     

    Credits

     

     

    UAGER 601

    Drama and Prose II

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 602

    History of German Literature IV

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 603

    History of Art II

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 604

    Linguistics II

    4

    4

     

     

    UAGER 605

    Essay and Commercial Correspondence II

    3.5

    3.5

     

     

    UAGER 606

    Translation Skills II

    Remedial Course: Advanced German Skills

    3.5

    3.5

     

     

     

    Total

    23

    23

     

     

    2.1

     

    Eligibility:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Eligibility:

     

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF B.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES

     

    Candidates passed with 45% in HSC OR any other equivalent XII Standard Exam (ICSE, CBSE, IB) recognised by the University of Mumbai. Admission shall be done on merit basis i.e. according to the percentage in the qualifying exam and performance in the entrance test (PI) conducted by the Department of German. Reservation of seats as per University rules and policies. No prior knowledge in German is required for admission to F.Y.B.A. in German Studies OR

     

    The candidate should have cleared with 45% in HSC or any other equivalent exam having chosen German as a Foreign Language in the XII standard, OR cleared with 45% in HSC and cleared the Diploma Programme in German offered by the University of Mumbai, or any other Indian University, OR

    cleared with 45% in HSC and cleared B 1 / Grundstufe 3 offered by Goethe Institute worldwide (Max Mueller Bhavan in India).

     

    ELIGIBILITY FOR SECOND YEAR OF B.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES

     

    Eligibility Criteria for the Second Year of the B.A. in German Studies

    F.Y.B.A. of the B.A. in German Studies offered by the University of Mumbai, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai. OR

    First Year of the Bachelors’ Programme of the University of Mumbai in any discipline, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai + Passed A2 level of the Goethe Institute/MMB or Passed Diploma in German of the University of Mumbai, or any other University, recognized by the University of Mumbai or having equivalent German language competence + Passed the written and oral entrance test of the Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    Calculation of credits: For candidates joining B.A. in German Studies at the S.Y.B.A. level, 30 credits shall be assigned for the First Year and their First Year marks/Grades shall be calculated / converted into Grades (letter grade and grade point) according to the existing Marks-Grades conversion scale being followed by the University of Mumbai.

     

    The following fees for B.A. in German Studies shall be applicable for each year.

     

    2.2

    Fee Structure:

    i)

    ii)

    iii)

    iv)

    v)

    vi)

    vii)

    viii)

    ix)

    x)

    xi)

    xii)

    xii)

    xiii)

    xv)

    xvii)

    Tuition fees

    Caution Money

    Library fees

    Student Welfare Fund

    Uni. Sports & Cultural activities

    Gymkhana

    e-charge

    Railway

    I – Card

    Admission Processing Fees

    Vice Chancellor’s fund

    Group Insurance

    Total Fees

    Enrollment

    Eligibility, if required

    Rs.2500/-

    Rs. 150/- (Refundable)

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs.  50/-

    Rs.  30/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs.  20/-

    Rs.  20/-

    Rs.  50/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs.  20/-

    Rs.  20/-

    Rs.3,460/-   Fees subject to change

    Rs.220/-

    Rs. 220/- (within Maharashtra)

    Rs. 320/- (outside Maharashtra)

    Rs. 750/- (Foreign Nationals)

     

     

     

    Exam Fees:

     

    For FYBA & SYBA : Rs. 1320 (Rs. 660/- per semester) will be taken at the time of admission

     

    2.3

    Duration:

    Six Semesters 

     

     

     

     

     

    2.4

    Timings:

    Six days a week

     

     

     

     

     

    2.5

    Exam:

    Continuous Evaluation (25 marks) & Semester End Exam (75 marks).

     

     

     

     

     

    2.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Students should secure minimum 4 grade points i.e. a letter grade D in each course and have 75% attendance. Students need to pass the continuous evaluation and the end semester examination in order to earn the credits.

     

     

     

     

    3.

    Programme:

    M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES  (100 CREDITS)

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description & Structure:

    M.A. in German Studies at the Department of German offers the choice of specialisation with Culture Studies or Translation. The M.A. programme is a credit based four-semester programme of 2 years duration. It shall comprise of common papers in German classics, literature, theory of literature, linguistics & stylistics, European cultural history, cultural studies, comparative aesthetics, didactics, theory and methodology of translation, literary translation, research methodology and concepts of philosophy and schools of thought. Students opting for the comprehensive M.A. in German Studies programme shall also have core courses on German film and current trends in cultural studies. Students opting for M.A. in German Studies with specialisation in Translation shall also have core courses on Business & Commercial Translation, Scientific & Technical Translation & Translation of Patent Texts.

     

    SEMESTER I

     

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 111

    Novel & Drama (Roman und Drama)

    4

    6

    PAGER 112

    Introduction to European Cultural History  (Einführung in die Europäische Kulturgeschichte)

    4

    6

    PAGER 113

    Research Methodology (Wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechnik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 114

    Translation I : Theory of Translation  (Übersetzungswissenschaft)

    4

    6

    PAGER 115

    (AUDIT / REMEDIAL)

    Advanced German Skills OR

    Project on German Literary History (1600 -1832)* OR Project on Translation*

    4

     

    SEMESTER II

     

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 211

           

     German Poetry (Deutsche Lyrik)

    4

       6

    PAGER 212

    Theories of Literature (Literaturtheorien)

    4

       6

    PAGER 213

    Linguistics & Stylistics

    (Linguistik und Stilistik)

      4

    6

     

    PAGER 214

    PAGER 215

    Film Studies (Filmstudien)  OR

    Translation II: Commercial & Legal (Wirtschaftsdeutsch)

     4

    6

     

    PAGER 216

    (AUDIT / REMEDIAL)

     

    Advanced German Skills OR

    Project on German Literary History (1832 -1914)* OR Project on Translation*

     4

     

     

    SEMESTER III

     

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 311

    German Classics

    (Kanon deutscher Literatur)

    4

    6

    PAGER 312

    Section I: Introduction to German Philosophie (Einführung in die deutsche Philosophie)

    Section II: Culture Studies: Concepts and Critique (Kulturwissenschaft: Konzepte und Kritik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 313

     

    Didactics I

    (Didaktik I)

    4

    6

    PAGER 314

     

    PAGER 315

    Contemporary German Literature (Deutsche Gegenwartsliteratur) OR

    Translation III: Technical 

    (Technische Übersetzung)

    4

    6

    PAGER 316

     

    Advanced German Skills OR

    4

    6

     

     

    Project on German Literary History (1914-1989)* OR Project on Translation*

     

     

    SEMESTER IV

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 411

    I/C

    Comparative Aesthetics

     

    4

    6

    PAGER 412

    PAGER 413

     

    Didactics II (Didaktik II) OR

    Translation IV: Textanalysis (Übersetzung: Textanalyse)

    4

    6

    PAGER 414

     (Dissertation)

    Dissertation / Project / Teaching Practicals  + Viva

    4

    10

     

     

    PAGER 415

    (AUDIT / REMEDIAL)

     

    Advanced German Skills OR

    Project on German Literary History (1989-till present)* OR Project on Translation*

    4

     

               

     

    M.A. (HONS.) IN GERMAN STUDIES (120 CREDITS)

     

    SEMESTER I

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 121

    Novel & Drama (Roman und Drama)

    4

    6

    PAGER 122

    Introduction to European Cultural History  (Einführung in die Europäische Kulturgeschichte)

    4

    6

    PAGER 123

    Research Methodology (Wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechnik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 124

    Translation I : Theory of Translation  (Übersetzungswissenschaft)

    4

    6

    PAGER 125

    Advanced German Skills OR

    4

    6

    PAGER 126

    Project on German Literary History (1600 -1832)* OR Project on Translation*

     

    6

    SEMESTER II

    PAGER 221

    German Poetry (Deutsche Lyrik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 222

    Theories of Literature (Literaturtheorien)

    4

    6

    PAGER 223

    Linguistics & Stylistics

    (Linguistik und Stilistik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 224

     

    PAGER 225

     

    Film Studies (Filmstudien)  OR

    Translation II: Commercial & Legal (Wirtschaftsdeutsch)

    4

    6

    PAGER 226

    Advanced German Skills OR

    4

    6

    PAGER 227

    Project on German Literary History (1832 -1914)* OR Project on Translation*

     

    6

    SEMESTER III

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 321

    German Classics

    (Kanon deutscher Literatur)

    4

    6

    PAGER 322

    Section I: Introduction to German Philosophy

    (Einführung in die deutsche Philosophie)

    Section II: Culture Studies: Concepts and Critique (Kulturwissenschaft: Konzepte und Kritik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 323

    (Skill based)

    Didactics I

    (Didaktik I)

    4

    6

    PAGER 324

     

    PAGER 325

    Contemporary German Literature

    (Deutsche Gegenwartsliteratur) OR

    Translation III: Technical 

    (Technische Übersetzung)

    4

    6

    PAGER 326

    Advanced German Skills OR

    4

    6

    PAGER 327

    Project on German Literary History (1914-1989)* OR Project on Translation*

     

    6

    SEMESTER IV

    Course Codes

    Course Title

    Hrs per week

    Credits

    PAGER 421

     

    Comparative Aesthetics

    (Komparative Aesthetik)

    4

    6

    PAGER 422

    PAGER 423

     

    Didactics II (Didaktik II) OR

    Translation IV: Textanalysis (Übersetzung: Textanalyse)

    4

    6

    PAGER 424

    Dissertation / Project / Teaching Practicals  + Viva

    4

    10

    PAGER 425

    Advanced German Skills OR

    4

    8

    PAGER 426

    Project on German Literary History (1989-till present)* OR Project on Translation*

     

    8

             

     

     

     

    3.1

     

    Eligibility:

     

    M.A. in German Studies

     

    Students seeking admission to M.A. should have passed B.A. in German OR Graduation in any faculty  +  passed Advanced Diploma in German of the University of Mumbai or any other Indian University  +  Entrance Test* OR Graduation in any faculty  +  passed Mittelstufe I or B2.2 offered by Goethe Institute (Max Mueller Bhavan)  +  Entrance Test* OR Graduation in any faculty  +  equivalent level of competence in German  +  Entrance Test*

     

    M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies

     

    Students seeking admission to M. A. (Hons.) should have passed: B.A. in German / B.A. (Hons.) in German from the University Department of German, University of Mumbai OR B.A. in German / B.A. (Hons.) in German from any other University with minimum 120 credits or an equivalence of 120 credits of the University of Mumbai. Further in their Graduation they should have secured minimum 55% or equivalent grade for open category students and 50 % or equivalent grade for reserved category students as per the existing grading system + equivalent level of competence in German + Entrance test*

    *The entrance test consists of one paper, with 3 sections, as follows: Sec. I: Summary of the prescribed literary texts, Sec. II: An essay, Sec. III: Language Structure equivalent to level B2.2, and an interview.

     

     

     

     

    The following fees for M.A. & M.A. (Hons.) in German Studies shall be applicable for each year.

     

    3.2

    Fee Structure:

    i)

    ii)

    iii)

    iv)

    v)

    vi)

    vii)

    viii)

    ix)

    x)

    xi)

     

    xii)

    xiii)

    xiv)

    xv)

    xvi)

    xvii)

    xviii)

    xix)

    xx)

    xxi)

    xxii)

     

    xxiii)

    Tuition fees

    Application Form fee

    Other charges

    Library fee

    Gymkhana

    Admission Processing fee

    Vice Chancellors fund

    Magazine

    Identity Card

    Student Welfare          

    University sports and cultural activity

    Development fee

    Utility

    Computer/Internet

    e suvidha        

    e charges

    Disaster relief fund

    P.G. Registration fee

    P.G. Registration form

    Caution money

    Railway concession

    Document verification

    Total fees

    Project fee (only for Part II)

    Rs. 1000/-

    Rs. 100/-

    Rs. 250/-

    Rs. 1080/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 100/-

    Rs. 50/-

    Rs. 50/-

     

    Rs. 30/-

    Rs. 500/-

    Rs. 250/-

    Rs. 500/-

    Rs. 50/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 10/-

    Rs. 1000/-

    Rs. 25/-

    Rs. 150/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 400/-

    Rs. 6,005/- Fees subject to change

     

     

     

     

     

    3.3

    Duration:

    Two Academic Years

     

     

     

     

     

    3.4

    Timings:

    5 days a week

     

     

     

     

     

    3.5

    Exam:

    Continuous Evaluation (40 marks) & Semester End Exam (60 marks).

     

     

     

     

     

    3.6

    Standard of Passing:

    Students should secure minimum 4 Grade points (40%) i.e. Letter Grade D in each course and complete 75% attendance.

     

     

    4.

    Programme:

    Ph.D. IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description & Structure:

    Candidates interested in doing research in various fields of German Studies are expected to present themselves before the Head of Department for an interview after having cleared the Ph.D. Entrance Test (PET) conducted by the University twice a year. Candidates who have passed the U.G.C. (NET) or M.Phil. are exempted from appearing for PET and an entrance exam. Registration for Ph. D. is open throughout the year. Ph.D. Course work shall be applicable as per University policy.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    4.1

    Eligibility:

    NET/ PET / M.Phil

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    4.2

    Fees

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    iv)

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    Tuition fees

    P.G. Registration

    P.G. Registration Form

    Application Form Fee

    Caution Money

    Library Fee

    Students’ Welfare

    Gymkhana

    e-charge website

    Univ. Sports and Cultural Activities

    Disaster Relief Fund

    Other fees/ Extracurricular fees

    Admission Processing fee

    V.C. Fund

    I.D. Card

    Development fee

    Utility

    Computer Internet

    E-Suvidha

    Ashwamedha fee

    Document verification

    Total Fees

     

    Rs. 6000/-

    Rs. 1000/-

    Rs. 25/-

    Rs. 100/-

    Rs. 150/-

    Rs. 1080/-

    Rs. 50/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 30/-

    Rs. 10/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs. 200/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 50/-

    Rs. 500/-

    Rs. 250/-

    Rs. 1000/-

    Rs. 50/-

    Rs. 20/-

    Rs. 400/-

    Rs. 11,355/-   Fees subject to change

     

             

     

     

    4.3

    Exam:

    The thesis and the viva voce shall be evaluated

     

     

         

     

     

    4.4

    Registration

    Procedure:

    Step by step Ph.D. Registration process at the Department of German, University of Mumbai:

    1. Choose the guide and confirm his/her acceptance of you as Ph.D. Student. 
    2. Choose the Ph.D. topic and start writing the research proposal.
    3. Give Ph.D. interview at the Department.
    4. After the interview the candidate has to fill a form and submit it at the dept along with MA/ M. Phil marksheets, PET/ NET certificate and pre register paying Rs.100.
    5. After the pre registration is done the candidate has to submit the proposal within the period of 3 months from the date of pre registration.
    6. Collect the form for topic approval from the accounts dept. at Fort campus after paying Rs. 200. 
    7. Fill the form and submit it to the thesis section along with other documents and 15 copies of the research proposal. 
    8. Please note that Research proposals are accepted between 11.00-14.00 hrs.
    9. RRC will approve the topic and the candidate will be informed of the topic approval 
    10. Take challan from the office. Pay the registration fees in Allahabad bank (approx Rs. 10,000)
          If the candidate belongs to a category, he/she must ask for the correct fees.
    11.  With a copy of the fee receipt and letter of topic approval the candidate should go to the thesis section, Fort campus. They will give a date when the registration number could be given to the candidate. This can take around 2 months. However all those who need the registration number with 8-10 days, should inform the thesis section. They will give a challan of around Rs. 300. On paying this amount in the accounts section, Fort Campus and submitting the receipt back to Thesis section, an earlier date will be given, on which the registration number would be ready. 
    12. The registration number would be sent to the department office or the candidate can collect it at the thesis section on the given date.
    With the synopsis one has to attach following:
    Extension letter if applicable, course work completion certificate, Net/Pet certificate, MA degree certificate, minimum 2 topic related publications in refereed journals, minimum 2 certificates of paper presentation in national/international conferences, 20 copies of synopsis (max 15 pages)

     

     

     

     

    PART TIME PROGRAMMES

    PROGRAMMES IN GERMAN

    5.

    Programme:

    CERTIFICATE IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    This programme shall emphasize upon basic communicative competence in German writing, speaking and listening skills shall be activated. Reading, hearing, understanding and writing skills shall be developed. Along with the practice of German language structures, their application in authentic situations shall also be dealt with.

     

     

    Equivalent to CEFR Level A1

                  

    5.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

     

     

     

    5.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,960/- per annum.  Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

                                    

    5.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year (130 – 140 hrs)

     

     

     

    5.4

    Timings:

    Regular Batch: Twice a week (Tuesday & Thursday mornings: 8.00 a.m. – 10.00 a.m.)

                                                     Saturday Batch: 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.

                                                     Sunday Batch:  9.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. OR

                                                                              2.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.

     

     

     

    5.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

    External candidates may appear for this exam by paying Rs. 2,000/- and filling up the exam form by 31st January each year.

     

     

     

    5.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

    6.

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The Diploma Programme consists of two papers.

    Paper I: German Language Structure will be dealing with A 2 level grammar. Its aim will be to strengthen the structural knowledge of German, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of German language and comprehension of difficult texts.

    Paper II: Communication Skills will enhance the communicative skills and may also include comprehension/interpretation of two or more literary/cultural texts as well as include topics like physical features of German speaking countries, festivals, religions, social life, sports and leisure, education system. Appropriate comprehension and structural exercises shall be given to facilitate the interpretation of German texts. Culture specific problems of understanding literature shall be discussed.     

     

     

     

    6.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

    Certificate Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University OR

    Clearing A 1 / the Grundstufe 1 of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide OR

    Clearing the H.S.C. exam with German as one of the subjects OR

    Learning German in school for at least two years and having cleared the respective exam

     

     

     

    6.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 4,460/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    6.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

    6.4

    Timings:

    Sunday Batch: 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. or

                            1.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.                   

     

     

     

    6.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: Paper I: German Language Structure 100 marks   

                             Paper II: Communication Skills 100 marks

                             Oral Exam: 50 marks

    External candidates may appear for this exam by paying Rs. 3,000/- and filling up the exam form by 31st January each year.

     

     

     

    6.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in each paper of the written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

    7.

    Programme:

    ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    There will be four papers of 100 marks each.

    Paper I: Advanced Structural Studies in German I

    Paper II: Advanced Structural Studies in German II

    Paper III: Advanced Structural Studies in German III

    Paper IV: German Culture & Literary Texts

     

     

     

    7.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

    Diploma Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University OR

    Clearing the A 2 / Grundstufe II of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide OR

    Clearing the F.Y or S.Y. exam with German as one of the subjects OR Learning German in school for at least three years and having cleared the respective exam

     

     

     

    7.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 4,960/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    7.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year   

     

     

     

    7.4

    Timings:

    Saturdays: 2.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. & 4.30 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

    Sundays:   9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. & 11.30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. (2 hrs per paper i.e. total 8 hrs)

     

     

     

    7.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: Paper I: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 100 marks

                             Paper II: 100 marks

                             Paper III: 100 marks

                             Paper IV: 100 marks

    External candidates may appear for this exam by paying Rs. 4,000/- and filling up the exam form by 31st January each year.

     

     

     

    7.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in each paper of the written exam and 50% in oral exam separately shall be required for passing.

     

    8.

    Programme:

    SHORT-TERM / INTENSIVE BASIC CERTIFICATE IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The main aim of this programme is to introduce the students to elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar and phonetics and shall involve diverse grammar exercises for practice. Along with the practice of German language structures, their application in authentic situations shall also be dealt with. This programme shall emphasize upon basic communicative competence in German: writing, speaking and listening skills shall be activated, reading, hearing, understanding and writing skills shall be developed.

     

     

     

    8.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

     

     

     

    8.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 7,460/- Registration:  Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

     

     

     

    8.3

    Duration:

    16 weeks

     

     

     

    8.4

    Timings:

    4 times a week, Monday to Thursday evenings 5.30 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.                         

     

     

     

    8.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

     

     

     

    8.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately.

     

     

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    9.

    Programme:

    SHORT-TERM INTENSIVE DIPLOMA IN GERMAN

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The Diploma Programme consists of two papers.

    Paper I: German Language Structure will be dealing with A 2 level grammar. Its aim will be to strengthen the structural knowledge of German, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of German language and comprehension of difficult texts.

    Paper II: Communication Skills will enhance the communicative skills and may also include comprehension/interpretation of two or more literary/cultural texts as well as include topics like physical features of German speaking countries, festivals, religions, social life, sports and leisure, education system. Appropriate comprehension and structural exercises shall be given to facilitate the interpretation of German texts. Culture specific problems of understanding literature shall be discussed. .         

     

     

     

    9.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Certificate Programme in German conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University OR

    Clearing the A 1 / Grundstufe 1 of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide OR Clearing the H.S.C. exam with German as one of the subjects OR

    Learning German in school for at least two years and having cleared the respective exam.

     

     

     

    9.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 7,460/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

     

     

     

    9.3

    Duration:

    16 weeks

     

     

     

    9.4

    Timings:

    4 times a week, Monday to Thursday evenings 5.00 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.                           

     

     

     

    9.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

     

     

     

    9.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

     

    10.

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & TECHNICAL TRANSLATION & TOURISM  (GERMAN)

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    Mumbai being one of the most important economic, scientific and cosmopolitan cities of India, there is a significant demand for translation courses in science, technology, business and tourism. Thus this programme deals with the theoretical and practical aspects and techniques in translating passages from German to English and vice versa. There will be 3 papers, a viva voce and project work.

     

    Paper I: Science and Technology + Project

    Paper II: Business German, Communication + Project

    Paper III: Travel and Tourism + Project  

     

     

     

    10.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University +

    Advanced Diploma in German form this University or any other University in India recognised by this University OR Clearing B2.1 / Mittelstufe I of Max Mueller Bhavans in India or of any Goethe Institute worldwide.

     

     

     

    10.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs.6,500/- + Registration:  Rs. 300/- + Library Fees: Rs. 200/-  = Rs. 7000/- per annum (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    10.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

     

     

     

    10.4

    Timings:

    Sundays 9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m., 11.30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. & 2.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.

    (2 hrs per paper i.e. total 6 hrs)

     

     

     

    10.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam:  Paper I: 100 marks

                             Paper II: 100 marks

                             Paper III: 100 marks                      

     

     

     

    10.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 45% in each paper of the written exam and 45% in project separately

     

     

    11.

    Programme:

    SHORT-TERM CERTIFICATE COURSE IN GERMAN (Course to be conducted outside the University premises for firms / institutions)

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    This programme is an intensive programme offered only to groups of a particular firm or institution, provided there are minimum 15 candidates. The main aim of this programme is to introduce elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar and phonetics.

     

     

     

    11.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

     

     

     

    11.2

    Fees:

    Rs. 10,000/- (inclusive of Registration Fee only)

     

     

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

     

    11.3

    Duration:

    8 weeks

     

     

     

    11.4

    Timings:

    Saturdays & Sundays 4 hrs each

     

     

     

    11.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

     

     

     

    11.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

     

     

    12.

    Programme:

    CONVERSATIONAL COURSE IN GERMAN FOR BEGINNERS

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    This programme is structured to introduce basic German vocabulary, phrases and day to day conversational skills.

     

     

     

    12.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th standard examination recognised by this University.

     

     

     

    12.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,000/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/-

     

     

     

    12.3

    Duration:

    5 weeks  Total 48 hours

     

     

     

    12.4

    Timings:

    5 times a week, 2 hours per day

     

     

     

    12.5

    Exam:

    Oral Exam: 100 marks

     

     

     

    12.6

    Standard of Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in the oral exam

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    13

    Programme:

    CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNICATIVE MARATHI LEVEL 1 (Marathi for Beginners)

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    This programme shall emphasize communicative competence in Marathi listening, reading, speaking, writing and understanding skills. It makes the participant competent in understanding and using familiar, everyday expressions and very simple sentences, which relate to concrete needs. Proficiency in script, elementary language structures and basic communication skills.

    13.1

    Eligibility:

    Students seeking admission to this programme should have passed S.S.C. / I.C.S. E. / C.B.S.E. or or X standard recognized by this University.

     

     

     

    13.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 2,960/- per annum.  Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid at the time of admission)

     

     

                                    

    13.3

    Duration:

    120 hours (4 credits)

     

     

     

    13.4

    Timings:

    Sunday 4 hours

     

     

     

    13.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks. Oral examination: continuous evaluation (25) + orals (25) = 50 marks.

    External Candidates with equivalent prerequisite competence shall be permitted to appear for the Certificate in Communicative Marathi (Level 1) by paying a fees of Rs. 2,000/-

     

     

     

    13.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    A minimum of 50% in written and 50% in orals separately

     

    14

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN COMMUNICATIVE MARATHI LEVEL 2

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The programme shall enable the learners to understand and communicate with sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of common immediate relevance, for instance basic personal, family information, shopping, local cultural space and employment. Communication skills of speaking, writing, reading, hearing and understanding for simple and routine tasks and situations shall be imparted. The learners shall be able to express themselves, describe and exchange information on familiar and routine matters, describe their background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need in simple language.

    14.1

    Eligibility:

    Students seeking admission to this programme should have passed Certificate in

    Communicative Marathi (Level 1) exam.

     

     

     

    14.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,960/- per annum.  Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid at the time of admission)

     

     

                                    

    14.3

    Duration:

    120 hours (4 credits)

     

     

     

    14.4

    Timings:

    Saturday 4 hours

     

     

     

    14.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks: Comprehension, exercises based on language structure & skills

    Oral Exams: 50 marks: continuous evaluation (25) + oral exam (25)

    External Candidates with equivalent prerequisite competence shall be permitted to appear for the Diploma in Communicative Marathi (Level 2) by paying a fees of Rs. 3,000/-

     

     

     

    14.6

    Standard of Passing:

    A minimum of 50% in written and 50% in orals separately

     

    PROGRAMMES IN JAPANESE

     

    15.

    Programme:

    CERTIFICATE IN JAPANESE

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The basic aim of this programme is to introduce the students to the elementary knowledge of the language, its grammar, phonetics and the three different scripts.

     

     

     

    15.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University.

     

     

     

    15.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,460/- per annum. Registration: Rs. 40/-  (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    15.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

     

     

     

    15.4

    Timings:

    Twice a week, 2 hrs each or once a week, 4 hrs.

     

     

     

    15.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

     

     

     

    15.6

    Standard of Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

     

    16.

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The Diploma Programme will be dealing with advanced level grammar. Its aim will be to strengthen the structural knowledge of Japanese, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of Japanese language and comprehension of difficult texts.

     

     

     

    16.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Certificate Programme in Japanese conducted by this or any other   University/Institution, which is recognised by this University or Level 4 of old JLPT / N5 of new JLPT.

     

     

     

    16.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,660/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    16.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

     

     

     

    16.4

    Timings:

    Twice a week, 2 hrs each

     

     

     

    16.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

     

     

     

    16.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

     

    17.

    Programme:

    ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    The Advanced Diploma Programme will further strengthen the structural knowledge of Japanese, develop writing and speaking skills and to lead the students to the use of higher level of Japanese language and comprehension of difficult texts. There will be two papers.   

     

     

     

    17.1

    Eligibility:

    S.S.C. / I.C.S.E. / C.B.S.E. i.e. Certificate of having cleared the 10th Standard Examination recognised by this University + Diploma Programme in Japanese conducted by this or any other University/Institution, which is recognised by this University, or Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 of new JLPT.

     

     

     

    17.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,960/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    17.3

    Duration:

    Two Academic Years

     

     

     

    17.4

    Timings:

    3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

     

     

     

    17.5

    Exam:

    Written Exam:   Paper I: 100 marks    Oral Exam: 50 marks

                             Paper II: 100 marks

     

     

     

    17.6

    Standard of Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

    18.

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS JAPANESE

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    Writing business emails and letters, telephone etiquette, preparing for visits, making presentations.

     

     

     

    18.1

    Eligibility:

    Students seeking admission to the Business Japanese Programme should have passed Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 new JLPT conducted each year all over the world by the Japan Foundation (Government of Japan) OR Diploma Level of University of Mumbai.

     

     

     

    18.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,960/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    18.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

     

     

     

    18.4

    Timings:

    3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

     

     

     

    18.5

    Exam:

    There will be two written papers of 100 marks each and an oral exam of 50 marks.

    Paper 1 will test Kanji (Chinese Characters) and vocabulary.

    Paper 2 will test comprehension skills and writing skills.

     

     

     

    18.6

    Standard of Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

    19.

    Programme:

    DIPLOMA IN CONVERSATIONAL JAPANESE

     

     

     

     

    Programme Description:

    To improve the speaking skills this programme will seek to enable the learner to survive in Japan or to communicate fluently. 

     

     

     

    19.1

    Eligibility:

    Students seeking admission to the One Year Programme in Conversational Japanese should have passed Level 3 of old JLPT / N 4 new JLPT conducted each year all over the world by the Japan Foundation (Government of Japan), and may be given admission after they have undergone an entrance test and have been found suitable. The entrance test consisting of 2 papers as under shall be administered. (i) An essay paper in the subject. (ii) A paper to test the student’s general acquaintance with the subject. (iii) An interview or Diploma Level of University of Mumbai.

     

     

     

    19.2

    Fees:

    Tuition fees: Rs. 3,960/- per annum. Registration:  Rs. 40/- (Fees subject to change)

    Exam fees: Rs. 360/- (to be paid in December)

     

     

     

    19.3

    Duration:

    One Academic Year

     

     

     

    19.4

    Timings:

    3 hours per week. In consultation with the teacher.

     

     

     

    19.5

    Exam:

    Exam Pattern: There will be viva of 100 marks consisting of:

     

    Aural Comprehension               25 marks

    Dictation                                  20 marks

    Reading                                   20 marks

    Questions based on reading        20 marks

    General Conversation              25 marks

    Total                                        100 marks

    19.6

    Standard of  Passing:

    Minimum of 50% in written exam and 50% in oral exam separately

     

     

     

    20.

    ELIGIBILITY 

    For students other than Mumbai Board (Applicable for all full time and part time programmes)

     

    For the attention of those students who are not graduates of the University of Mumbai or have not passed

    S. S. C. / H. S. C. of Pune Board:

    Candidates who are not graduates of the University of Mumbai or those who have not passed the S.S.C. / H.S.C. of the Pune Board or any other statutory examining body must apply for an eligibility certificate from the Eligibility Section, University of Mumbai, Ambedkar Bhavan, Kalina Campus, Mumbai-400098. Application for eligibility certificate must be accompanied by the Original Certificate and Mark Sheet from the Institution from where the candidate has graduated.

     

    The fee for the Eligibility certificate shall be as under: -

    1. within Maharashtra State  Rs. 220/-
    2. from outside Maharashtra Rs. 320/-
    3. for Foreign nationals         Rs. 750/-    

    Fees subject to change

     

    The Registrar may issue a Provisional Statement of eligibility if he is satisfied that the applicant is prima facie eligible for admission to this University.

    Candidates who join the programmes on the basis of a provisional statement of eligibility issued to them by the University during the academic year shall be required to pay Rs. 220/- (including the application fee) towards enrolment in the Department.

    Candidates will have to produce the Eligibility Certificate along with their application form at the time of admission in the Department. For confirmation of eligibility, candidates will have to produce Original Degree Certificate, Statement of Marks, Migration Certificate along with True/Xerox Copies of each of the certificate to the Department before the end of the first term of the academic year.

     

     

     

     

  • Research

    Research forms an integral part of the activities of the Department. Introduction to research methodology as well as a dissertation are part of the M.A. (German) curriculum.  Besides, research can be pursued at the department leading to M.Phil / Ph.D. and even post-doctoral studies. Research done at the Department is aided by a Departmental Library as well as computer facility. The Department also organizes seminars, workshops and conferences on various topics of interest. The Department also invites distinguished national and international scholars as Visiting Professors. With a focus on Intercultural Studies the Department has academic exchange programmes with Universities of Bonn, Erfurt (Federal Republic of Germany), Vienna, Salzburg, (Federal Republic of Austria), Basel, Zuerich (Switzerland) and Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest (Republic of Hungary).

    Thrust Areas of Specialization:

    •         Inter-cultural German Studies
    •         Comparative Literature
    •         Inter-cultural Philosophy
    •         Inter cultural hermeneutics
    •         Aesthetics
    •         Translation
    •         Didactics
    •         EuropSean Intercultural Studies.

    Research in the field of:

    •         Women's studies
    •         Literature produced by migrant writers in Germany
    •         Post modern philosophy
    •         Image of Indian women in German literature
    •         Concept of tragedy in German literature

    Research projects:

    • Harbour Cities as Intercultural Topos: Mumbai and Hamburg in comparative media studies (University of Hamburg)
    • Multilingualism (University of Gttingen and University of Pune)
    • Translation of Indian Short Stories into German (University of Mumbai)

    New collaborative research programs:

    In the offing are technical translation projects with a private German firm and technical translation project with BARC.

    The Ph.D. and the M. Phil. dissertations completed in the Department till the academic year 2007-2008 are as follows:

    List of Ph.D. Thesis

    Name of the Student Ph.D.

    Title of Dissertation

    Guide

    Year in which awarded

    Ms. Uma Iyer

    Das Unternehmerbild in der sterreichischen Erzhlliteratur (1848-1914)

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    1992

    Ms. Manjiri Paranjape

    Dramatisierung epischer Werke

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    1996

    Ms. Vinita Mahajani

    Vergleich der Erzhlwerke von Ingeborg Bachmann und Mridula Garg mit besonderer Bercksichtigung von Malina und die gefleckte Kobra (Chittacobra).

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    1997

    Ms. Sunanda Mahajan

    Das Bild der Frau in der modernen deutschsprachigen Erzhlliteratur von Frauen und in der Marathi Literatur der Gegenwart.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    1998

    Ms. Vibha Surana

    Goethes Die Leiden des jungen Werthers und Agyeyas Shekhar : ek Jivani - eine interkulturelle Studie.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2000

    Ms. Pritima Chainani

    Die Grenzerfahrung des Individuums : Eine Problemgeschichtliche, interkulturelle Untersuchung am Beispiel der Kurzgeschichten von Wolfgang Borchert.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2000

    Ms. Farideh Jazayeri Nousavi

    Iqbals Begegnung mit der deutschen Kultur-eine interkulturelle Studie (Iqbals encounter with German culture- an intercultural study)

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2003

    Mr. Daniel Jeyaraj

    Ethisch-didaktische Spruchliteratur Indiens: Ulakaniti- Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalgs Textedition deutsche Uebersetzung und Kommentar in interkultureller Perspektive

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2003

    Ms. Madhuri Bajpai

    Mutter-Tochter Beziehung in dem Roman Die Klavierspielerin von Elfriede Jelinek und The Dark Holds No Terrors von Shashi Deshpande- Eine vergleichende interkulturelle Studie.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2006

    Ms. Vrunda Petwe

    ultur und Fremde: (Fremdheitserfahrung und Integration in eine neue Lebenswelt) in der deutschsprachigen Literatur von Auslndern.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2008

    Ms. Meher Bhoot

    Nicht Herkunft, sondern Dasein - Kulturelle Identitt und Interkulturalitt im deutschsprachigen Werk des syrisch-aramischen Migrantenautors Rafik Schami.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2009

    List of M. Phil. Thesis

    Name of Student (M.Phil.)

    Title of Dissertation

    Guide

    Year in which awarded

    1.  Ms. Pratibha Thakur

    Der Begriff der Tragdie in Lessings Hamburgische Dramaturgie und die Emotion des Trauers in der Sanskritischen Tradition des Dramas - eine vergleichende Studie.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2000

    2.  Ms. Sreekala V.

    Die Wahrnehmung des Eigenen und des Fremden in G. V. Kakkanadans Roman Kaveriyude Vili.Eine interkulturelle Studie.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2001

    3.  Ms. Meher Bhoot

    Franz Wimmers Modelle des Polylogs mit dem Blick auf die multikulturelle Gesellschaft in Mumbai.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2001

    4.  Mr. Jitendra Jain

    Gesellschaft im Spiegel der Literatur - Marxistische Anstze bei Brecht und Premchand

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2003

    5. Ms.Anushka Chhabra

    Migrantenliteratur im Unterricht Relevanz von Migrantenliteratur und ihre Didaktisierung im Indischen Kontext

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis

    2003

     

    List of ongoing Ph.D. Research

    Name of the Student

    M.Phil.

    Title of Dissertation

    Guide

    1. Ms Anvaya Sardesai

     

    Interkulturelle Vermittlung deutscher Kurzgeschichten der Nachkriegszeit in der indischen Germanistik

    Prof. Dr. Vibha Surana

    2. Ms Girissha Tilak

    Die Kulturpoesie des 17.Jahrhunderts in deutschen und Marathi Sprachräumen: Angelus Silesius und Tukaram

    Prof. Dr. Vibha Surana

    3. Ms Nirupama Joshi

     

    The Nibelungenlied and the Mahabharta: an anxiologische study (In German : Indische und deutsche Epen: eine axiologische Studie)

    Prof. Dr. Vibha Surana

    4. Ms Urvee Jangam

     

    Eine Asthetik des Nicht Visuellen (Asthetics of the Unseen)

    Prof. Dr. Vibha Surana

    5. Ms Charu Sharma

     

    Zwischen Ideologie und Pragmatismus: Studentenbewegung in indischen und deutschen Filmen im 21. Jahrhundert. Eine vergleichende Studie.

    Dr. Meher Bhoot

    1.Ms Dipti Tambe

     

    Ëine vergleichende Studie des Grips Theaters auf Deutsch und Marathi

    Prof. Dr. Vibha Surana

     

  • List of Past Activities at the Department of German

     

    Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops/ Lectures

    Resource Person/ Institution

    Date

    Lecture on Hegel and Marx.

    Prof. Thomas Schmidt

    01.10.2018

    Workshop on “Kafkas Mikrologien der Moderne”

     

    Prof. Werner Frick,

    University of Freiburg

    15.09.2018

    Workshop on “Gretchenfigur in Faust”

     

    Prof. Gesa von Essen,

    University of Freibug

    15.09.2018

    Talk on “Study and Research in Germany”

    Talk on “Free E-Library Facility of Max Mueller Bhavan”

    Ms. Shubhada Chaudhary, DAAD

    Ms. Manasi Bapat, Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    09.09.2018

    German Intellectual Tradition Lecture Series

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    In collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    08.09.2018

    Workshop on “LernspieleimDaF”

    Ms. Chitra Dandvate

    20.08.2018

    Alumni Meet

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    18.08.2018

    Talk on “Roland Schimmelpfennig’s Plays”

    Mr. Ramu Ramanathan

    02.08.2018

    Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Research Colloquium.

    IQAC & Department of German, University of Mumbai

    21.07.2018

    Critical Review Workshop for My Marathi Level 2 and 3 and Short-Term Courses.

    Department of German Studies, University of Mumbai

    25.04.2018 – 28.04.2018

    Personality development, self-confidence building and interpersonal skills workshop

    Ms. Tessie George

    23.04.2018 – 27.04.2018

    Intercultural Dialogue

    Prof. Dr. Roland Hardenberg,

    Dr. Andrea Luithle Hardenberg and students of Goethe University of Frankfurt

    08.04.2018

    Lecture by Martin Kämpchen: “Two times seventy – A life in Independent India”

    Department of German Studies, University of Mumbai

    In collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    20.02.2018

    Film Screening of “Shahjahan Appa”

    Dr. Katharina Hoffmann,

    University of Oldenburg

     

    Special Guest: Dr. C. S. Lakshmi, Director of SPARROW

    16.02.2018

    Lecture series on “Gender Injustice”

    Dr. Katharina Hoffmann,

    University of Oldenburg

    02.02.2018 – 20.04.2018

    Presentation and interaction on “China and its innovation ideas and experiences.”

    He Wentian and fellow Ph.D. research scholars, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University.

    02.02.2018

    Guest Lecture on “InterkulturelleKommunikation”

    Prof. Dr. V. Ganeshan,

    Emeritus Professor of German & former Vice Chancellor

    Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL)

    23.01.2018

    Guest Lecture on “Hermann Hesse und Indien – eine interkulturelle Begegnung”

    Prof. Dr. V. Ganeshan,

    Emeritus Professor of German & former Vice Chancellor

    Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL)

    22.01.2018

    Fortbildungsworkshop: DaF

    Prof. Dr. ManjiriParanjape, Savitribai Phule Pune University

    13.01.2018

    Guest Lecture on “Landeskunde: Schweiz”

    Mr. Oskar Flück, Basel, Switzerland

    11.01.2018

    Guest lecture on “Adjektivdeklination”

    Mr. Oskar Flück, Basel, Switzerland

    10.01.2018

    Block Seminar on DaF

    Prof. Dr. ManjiriParanjape, Savitribai Phule Pune University

    08.01.2018 – 19.01.2018

    Lecture cum presentation on “Klassische Rhetorik - Ursprünge und heutige Bedeutung”

    Dr. Christian Lannert,

    Technische Universität, Darmstadt

    &

    Mr. Dominik Hetjens,

    University of Heidelberg

    08.01.2018

    Workshop on Heinrich Heine

     

    Mr. Dominik Hetjens, University of Heidelberg

    13.12.2017

    What is philosophy?: Lecture by AkeelBilgrami, German Intellectual Tradition

     

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    In collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    12.12.2017

    Lecture on Gadamer, German Intellectual Tradition

     

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    In collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    09.12.2017

    My Marathi 2: Critical Review Workshop

     

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    27.11.2017 – 29.11.2017

    Symposium on Children’s Literature: a Curious Case

    Department of German Studies, University of Mumbai

     

    In co-operation with the Max Mueller  Bhavan, the SHPT School of Library and Information Science at SNDT Women's University

    24.11.2017 - 25.11.2017

    Lecture on “Connecting academic excellence worldwide – Introduction to the fellowship programmes of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation”.

     

    Dr. Thomas Hesse, Deputy Secretary General, Alexander von Humboldt Research Foundation

    21.11.2017

    A Public Conversation by Ulrike Draesner& Ranjit Hoskote

    In collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    16.11.2017

     

    Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops/ Lectures

     

    Resource Person/ Institution

     

    Date

    Interdisciplinary Teaching Modules: Humanities in Dialogue

     

    19.09.2017

    Workshop on “Feminism & Feminist writing in Hindi

    Prof. Dr Savita Singh

    IGNOU, New Delhi

     24.04.17 & 25.04.2017

    Book Release: Revisiting Günter Grass

    Voices from India and Germany

    In Collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    13.04.2017

    Talk on “ Wie bewirbt man sich auf Deutsch?”

    Ms. Beate Weber,

    Language Head

    Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

    12.04.2017

    Talk on Feminism and Gender Studies

    Dr. Geeta Chhadha

    Department of Sociology

    University of Mumbai

    08.03.2017

    Presentation on “Reflections on Indian Philosophy and Aesthetics”

    (In Collaboration with Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai)

    Dr. Priyada Vaidya

    Department of Philosophy

    University of Mumbai

    01.03.2017

    Talk/Lecture on Paul Celans “Meridian”- Rede und die transkulturelle Lyrik der Gegenwart

    Prof. Dr. Iulia-Karin Patrut

    Europa Universität Flensburg

    27.02.2017

    Talk/Lecture Michelangelo Antonios, Beruf: Reporter,

    Identität-Alterität- Interkulturalität

    Prof. Dr. Mathias Bauer

    Europa Universität Flensburg

    27.02.2017

    Studying at the University of Freiburg, Germany

    Prof. Dr. Baßler

    University of Freiburg, Germany

    18.02.2017

    Goethes Faust &

    Goethe und das Weltbürgertum

    Prof. Jochen Golz,

    President, Goethe Gesellschaft, Weimar e.V., Germany

    16.02.17

    Visit by Consul General Dr. Jürgen Morhard

    Consulate of Federal Republic of Germany in Mumbai

    16.02.17

    Readings from Schwarzmilano/Black Kites

    Das Tuch der Nacht/ The Fabric of Night

    Christoph Peter

    15.02.17

    Talk on „Die Juden und Ihre Synagogen in Kerala“

    Dr. Aliza Cohen-Mushlin

    20.01.17

    Talk on „Wagner und der Buddhismus“

    „Tristan und Parsifal“

    Prof. Dr. Danielle Buschinger

    University of Amiens, France

     20.01.17

    Talk on Russland und Deutschland

    Dr. Galina Baeva

    Russia

    19.01.17

    Talk on  „Chinese Painting: Philosophical & Aesthetic Correlates“

    (In Collaboration with Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai)

    Mr. Nishith Shah

    Visiting Faculty at Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai

    18.01.17

    Talk on “Peking Opera“

    (In Collaboration with Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai)

    Ms. Shikha Pandey

    Visiting Faculty at Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai

    11.01.17

    Workshop on ,,Pluralbildung”

    Mr. Oskar Flück, Basel, Switzerland

    11.01.17

    Lecture on “Abhinavagupta and Shaivism” by Kamini Gogri

    (In Collaboration with Confucius Institute, University of Mumbai)

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

     

    21.12.16

    Workshop on “Text Analysis and Translation” by Priyada Padhye.

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    15.12-16.12.16

    Visit by Japanese Delegates

    Wasan University, Japan

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    30.11.16

    Poets translating Poets

    Workshop with Students.

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    24.11.16

    Visit to the Department by Frau Mock

    Director of  DAAD

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    02.11.16

    Workshop on “The Life and Works of Bertolt Brecht”

    Department of German, University of Mumbai

    16.08.16

    Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Research Colloquium for Humanities

    IQAC & Department of German, University of Mumbai

    16.07.16

    Teachers’ Training Workshop for German as a Foreign Language

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    16.06 - 30.06.16

    Teachers’ Training Workshop for Communicative Marathi

    Rajya Marathi Vikas Sanstha

     

    03.05 - 12.05.16

    Marathi Language Teaching Project

    Workshop on Content Generation

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai

    20.04 - 22.04.2016

    Talk on Japanese Culture

    Sarita Sundaram

    25.04.2016

    Workshop on “Gegenwartsliteratur”

    Dr. Gabriele Siebert

    18.03.2016

    Talk on “Rassismus und Raumtheorie”

     

    Talk on “Japanese Aesthetics through the Tale of Genji & it’s visualisation”

    Caroline Mehnert

     

    Prof. Leggerli-Bauer

    04.03.2016

    “Internationales Personalmanagement” (International Human Resources Management)

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Lehmann, Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner,

    Ms. Sabitha Lorenz,

    Sabine Krause

    8.2.2016

    Guest lecture: “Artikel”

    Mr. Oskar Flück, Basel, Switzerland

    7. 1. 2016

    Guest lecture: Das Leben und Schreiben in Deutschland

    accompanied by the Consul General

    Mr. Rajvinder Singh

     

    Gabriele Boner

    3. 12. 2015

    Visit by the guest faculty

    Dr. Bernd Helmbold

    University of Jena

    26. 11. 2015

    Guest lecture: Authentizität in der Kommunikation- Überlegungen zu einem kulturanthropologischen Phänomen

    Dr. Ekkehard Felder

    24. 11. 2015

    Seminar: Zeichen der Zeit. Interkuturelle Sprachlandschaften in urbane Räumen

    Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. Ernst Hess-Lüttich

    23. 11. 2015

    Visit by the Inspector General (Auswärtiges Amt)

    Hans Ulrich Seidt

    17.11. 2015

    National Symposium on Gunter Grass: A Retrospect

    MMB, Consulate 

    16.10.-17.10.2015

    Workshop: Lernspiele im DaF-Unterricht

    Chitra Dandvate

    11.07.2015

    Workshop: Hot Potatoes

                       Wikispaces & DaF im Internet

    Nanda Nandedkar

    Sammati Balgi

    20.06.2015

    Interactive Session: Mündigkeit

    Dr. Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg,

    University of Tübingen, Germany.

    16.04.2015

    Spaß mit Linguistik: Konsonanten

    Mr. Shrikant Pathak

    27.03.2015

    Workshop: Béla Balázs: Filmsprache als Weltsprache.

    Prof. Erica Carter,

    King’s College, London.

    09.03.2015

    Hafentexte – Hamburg

    Stellan Pantléon, Hamburg,

    Germany.

    21.02.2015

    DaF im Internet         

    M.A. II Students,

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai.

    21.02.2015

    Workshop: Marathi Language Training.

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai.

    11.02.-12.02.2015

    Workshop: “Fun with German” at Birla College, Kalyan.

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai.

    02.02.2015

    Schweizerische Landeskunde.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel, Switzerland.

    12.01.2015

    Teacher’s Training Programme (MLT).

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai.

    04.1.-11.1.2015

    Lecture on “Interkulturelle Kommunikation”.

     

    Prof. V. Ganeshan

    22.12.2014

    Workshop “Umgang mit kreativem Schreiben”.

    Yoko Tawada,

    Hamburg, Germany.

     

    17.12.2014

    GIG Tagung on  “Komparative Ästhetik”. 

    Department of German,

    University of Mumbai.

    16.12-19.12.2014

    Workshop on “Tipps zur Aussprache- Vermittlung im DaF-Unterricht”.

     

    “Lehrkompetenzen”.

     

    “Autorlesung”

    Prof. Ursula Hirschfeld

     

     

    Prof. Dr. Hans Krumm

     

    Leo Thoma

    01.12.2014

    Deutsch 3.0

    Goethe Institute

    28.11.-30.11.12.

    Workshop on “Gegenwartswortschatz” (Contemporary German Vocabulary).

    Dr. Lutz Kuntzsch,

    Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache e.V., Wiesbaden, Germany

    23.09.2014

    Departmental Workshop about E-library.

    Swati Gajakose,

    Goethe Institute, Mumbai.

    25.08.2014

     

    Book release of Communicative Marathi Level 1 by noted actor Aamir Khan.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

     

    13.08.2014

     

    Workshop on “Kritisches Denken und Sprechfertigkeit”.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    10.06.2014

    Opening Ceremony of Centenary Celebration.

    University of Mumbai and University of Pune.

    23.02-25.02.2014

    International and Intercultural Workshop on Namaskar Deutschland-Österreich-Schweiz.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    02.02.2014

     International Conference on “Multilingualism”

     

    2013

    Regional Workshop on “Innovative Marathi Language Teaching for Non-Native Speakers”. Critical Review of Teaching Material for Level 1.

    Department of German and Department of Marathi, University of Mumbai.

    10.10-12.10.2013

    Alexander Humboldt. Humboldts Erben. Rethinking Accelerated Globalisation. DWIH Joint Lecture Series 2013

    Prof. Dr. Ottmar Ette,

    University of Potsdam, Germany.

    27.09.2013

    International Workshop IQAC and GIP on “Shifting Paradigms in University Teaching and Research”.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai, Pune  and Göttingen, Germany.

    03.09-05.09.2013

    Presentation on “Swiss Culture”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel, Switzerland.

    27.01-28.01.2013

    Screening and Discussion on the Film “Almanya- Willkommen in Deutschland”.

    Prof. Dr. Ortrud Gutjahr, University of Hamburg, Germany.

    19.12.2012

    Visit to the Department.

    Consul General Dr. Michael Siebert, Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Mumbai.

    10.12.2012

    Workshop on “Academic Writing”.

    Ella Grieshammer,

    University of Göttingen, Germany.

    30.11.2012

    Lecture series on “Deutsche Literaturgeschichte”.

    Prof. Dr. Helmut Koopmann, University of Augsburg, Germany.

    20.11-19.12.2012

    International Workshop on “Übersetzte  Welten: Körper und Sprache(n)”.

    In collaboration with University of Pune and Göttingen, Germany.

    08.10-12.10.2012

    Interactive Session on “Higgs – The End of Atomism?”

    Prof. Dr. K. Sridhar,

    TIFR, Mumbai

    17.10.2012

    Workshop on “Narrative Strategien”.

    Prof. Dr. Ursula Kocher, Bergische Universität, Wuppertal, Germany.

    30.07-01.08.2012

    Talk on “Multilingual Europe: Competences of the Teacher as a Reflective Practitioner” with a focus on European Core Curriculum for Teacher Training.

    Dr. Bröder,

    University of Tilberg, Germany.

    06.03.2012

    Workshop on Film Studies

    Mr. Vaibhav Abnave, Pune.

    04.02.2012

    Reading and interdisciplinary book review session on K. Sridhar’s Novel Twice Written (2011).

    Review Panel- Kamala Ganesh (Sociology, Chair), Mala Pandurang (English), Kanchana Mahadevan (Philosophy), Shobha Ghosh (English).

    27.01.2012

    Lecture on “Valenz und Satzbaupläne”.

    Prof. Dr. Neeti Badwe, University of Pune.

    20.01.2012

    Lecture cum Presentation on “Frühgriechische und Indische Vorstellungen von Natur”.

    Dr. Annette Heitmann, Department of Indology, University of Bonn, Germany.

    17.01.2012

    Lecture cum Presentation on “Elephanta and Shaiva Religious Art”.

    Dr. Annette Heitmann,

    Department of Indology, University of Bonn, Germany.

    15.01.2012

    Workshop on “Kultur und Sprache” Österreichische Tage in Mumbai.

    Gertrude Zhao-Heissenberger, Alexander Burka and Fridolin Schönwiese, Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur, Austria.

    13.12-14.12.2011

    Lecture on “Swiss Culture” and “Advanced Grammar Prefix”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel, Switzerland.

    16.10-18.10.2011

    International conference on “Multilingualism: Concepts and Contexts”.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai, University of Pune and University of Göttingen, Germany.

    12.10-15.10.2011

    Workshop on “Phonetics and Phonology”.

    Prof. Dr. Neeti Badwe, University of Pune.

    15.09-16.09.2011

    Colloquium on “Interkulturität: Eine begriffliche Klärung zum Primat der Vorsilbe”.

    Prof. Ram Adhar Mall,

    Prof. Monika Kirloskar- Steinbach and Dr. S. Josifovic, University of Cologne, Germany.

    25.02.2011

    Seminar on “Conception of Personhood and their Limits. Inter/Transcultural Explorations”.

    In collaboration with Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai,

    Department of Philosophy, University of Cologne, Germany and Society of Intercultural Philosophy, Germany.

    22.02-24.02.2011

    Workshop on “Interkulurelles Forschungskolloquium”.

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    17.02-18.02.2011

     Workshop and Lesung.

    Josef Winkler,

    Austria.

    02.02.2011

    Workshop on “Phonetik und Phonologie” and “Phonologie und Morphologie”.

    Prof. Dr. Imre Szigeti

    Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary.

    25.01.2011 and 29.01.2011

    Seminar on “Mumbai and Hamburg as Harbour Cities in Films”.

    Prof. Dr. Ortrud Gutjahr, University of Hamburg, Germany.

    21.12- 23.12.2010

    Workshop with a film on Landeskunde “Das Wunder von Leipzig”.

    Daniella Gawehns,

    Consulate of Federal Republic of Germany, Mumbai.

    28.11.2010

    Workshop on “Study and Research Avenues in Germany.”

    Dr. Anja Hallacker, DAAD Lecturer, University of Pune.

    06.10.2010

    Lecture on Brecht’s “Mutter Courage” for students of MA Part II.

    Ms. Lisa Mauritz,

    Germany.

    28.09.2010

    Lecture on “Christa Wolf und der sozialistische Realismus”.

    Lars Bergmeyer,

    Germany.

    12.08.2010

    Lecture on ‘‘Marxism as an Unfalsifiable Pseudoscience”

    Dr. Marker Melkonian, Department of Philosophy, California State University, USA.

    30.06.2010

    Workshop on “Dialogical Ethics of Jürgen Habermas”.

    Dr. Eckard Wolz, Theological University, Münster, Germany.

    24.02.2010

    Lecture on “Deutsche Schriftsteller des 20. Jahrhunderts über Indien”.

    Dr. Martin Kämpchen.

    22.01.2010

    Eine Skizze der deutschsprachigen Nachkriegsliteratur.

    Prof. Heinz Ludwig Arnold,

    Germany.

    22.01.2010

    “Freizeit, Schulsystem, Essen und Trinken in der Schweiz - Multikulturität und Interkulturität in der Schweiz”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    15.01.2010

    Lecture on Landeskunde: “Die politische und kulturelle Geschichte der Schweiz”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    08.01.2010

    Lecture series: “Was ist Literatur? Deutsche Literatur und Literatursgeschichte vom Barock bis zur Gegenwart”

    Prof. Dr. Helmut Koopmann, University of Augsburg, Germany.

    06.11-20.12.2009

    Documentary with live footage, round table discussion and lecture on “How the Wall came down.”

    Panel Discussion in the presence of Walter Stechel, Consul General, Consulate General of the Federal Republic Germany in Mumbai.

    27.11.2009

    Von inter- zu transkultureller Begegnung: “Versuch der Bildung und des Gelingens  einer Globalengemeinschaft”.

    Eva Kaufmann,

    Alpen-Adria Universität, Klagenfurt, Austria.

    08.09.2009

    Martin Mosebach’s “Das Beben”.

    Dr. Harriet Murphy

    (Humboldt fellow).

    06.07.2009

    Philosophie und Dichtung (Martin Heidegger).

    Prof. Dr. Heinrich Niehues, Pröbsting, University of Erfurt, Germany.

    16.03.2009

    International and Interdisciplinary conference on Revisiting Linkages and Exchanges between India and Germany: “Shifting Images and Discourses”.

    In collaboration with Department of Sociology, University of Mumbai.

    12.03-14.03.2009

    Visit of the Director, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

    Dr. Christiane  Schlottmann, DAAD, New Delhi.

    05.03.2009

    Lecture on “Schweiz Porträt”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    01.03.2009

    “Symposium on the Human and Global Interface in Education” in collaboration with the Departments of Philosophy and Education, University of Mumbai.

    Prof. Dr. Margret Rüp,

    Vice-Chancellor and

    Prof. Dr. Gregor Lang-Wojtasik, University of Education, Intercultural Education and Global Learning, Weingarten, Germany.

    26.02.2009

    Workshop on “Konjuktiv 1, Konjuktiv 2, Futur und Passiv”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    24.02.-04.03.2009

    Talks on “Shakuntala and To India with Thanks”.

    Thomas Manns “Die Vertauschten Köpfe”und Girish Karnads “Hayavadhana”.

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kühnel, University of Siegen, Germany.

     

    20.01.-21.01.2009

    Lecture series on “Erotik im Mittelalter” (Tristan und Isolde), “Alexander im Orient”, “Die Blumenmädchen” “Parsifal und Buddhismus”.

    Prof. Dr. Danielle Buschinger, Amiens, France.

    15.01.-05.02.2009

    Poets’ Meet (In collaboration with the Department of Gujarati, University of Mumbai).

    Sunil Gangopadhyay and other Poets.

    17.10.2008

    Gedichte von Barock bis zur Gegenwart.            

    Gunihild Cluet, Rennes, France.

    15.10.2008

    Lecture series on “Architektur und Literatur”.

    Prof. Dr. Marc Cluet, University of Rennes, France.

    07.08-22.08.2008

    Besuch der Studentinnen, die Internationales Informationsmanagement (IIM) studieren.

    Mr. Leonhard Soppa.

    Beauftragter, Regionale Lehrerfortbildung, Niedersachsen, Germany.

    10.03.2008

    Lecture on “Aktualität und Relevanz der Literatur- und Kunstgeschichte”.

    Prof. Dr. Nitin Gupte, University of Pune.

    07.03.2008

    Workshop on “Prefixes and Perfect Tense in German Language”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel, Switzerland.

    28.02-17.03.2008

    Interpretation von Wolfgang Koeppens Geschichte “Die Augen hinter der Lupe”.

    Dr. Heinrich Detering,

    Georg-August- Universität, Göttingen, Germany.

    08.02.2008

    Talk in German – Power Point Presentation on “Creating Intercultural Educational Bonds between India and Baden-Württemberg / Germany”.

    Ernst Schüly,

    Regierungsschuldirector,

    Allgemein Bildende Gymnasien, Stuttgart, Germany.

    04.02.2008

    How much other is too much? /

    “Wieviel von dem Anderen verträgt man? ”

    Prof. Dr. Manfred Stassen

    Former DAAD Director, India.

    01.02.2008

    Talk on “Heines Politische Identität”.

    Prof. Dr. Manfred Stassen

    Former DAAD Director, India.

    29.01.2008

    Interkulturelle Germanistik in Göttingen: Konzept und Studiengang.

    Prof. Dr. Hiltraud Casper-Hehne,

    Georg-August Universität, Göttingen, Germany.

    02.01.2008

    International Conference on “Translating Cultures”.

     

    2007

    Workshop on “Lebensstil mobil” in Stuttgart, Germany.

    Presentation by the Head and students of SY BA of the Department of German in Stuttgart.

    16.07-20.07.2007

    Visit to the Department.

    Prof. Dr. Peter Janz,

    Freie Universität, Berlin.

    11.03.2007

    Karneval in Rheinland,

    Einführung und Diskussion zu Nietzsches Text: Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen 3,

    Deutsche Volkslieder.

    Lars Bergmeyer, Köln, Germany.

    06.03.2007

    13.03.2007

     

    20.03.2007

    Philosophische Grundbegriffe and

    Series of Lectures on “Einführung in Jürgen Habermas‘ Diskursethik”.

    Klaus Thomalla,

    Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany.

    27.02.- 07.03. 2007

    Lecture on “Die Kulturlandschaft in der Schweiz”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    02.03.2007

    Poet reads from his works.

    Christian Uetz, Switzerland.

    27.02.2007

    Workshop on “Bestimmung des deutschen Artikels”.

    Dr. Oskar Fluck, Basel Switzerland.

    25.02-27.02.2007

     Visit and Interaction with students.

    Dr. Manuel Vermeer, Ostasien Institut, Fachhochschule, Ludwigshafen, Germany.

    09.02.2007

    Series of Lectures on “Literatur aus dem Mittelalter”.

    Prof. Dr. Danielle Buschinger,

    University of Amiens, France.

    19.01-07.02.2007

    Visit and Discussion on prospects in the field of Translation.

    Mrs. Nelly Kostadinova, Lingua-World, Germany.

    17.01.2007

    Visit to the Department.

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Pollman,

    Vice-Chancellor, University of Magdeburg, Germany.

    20.12.2006

    Poets’ Meet

    Dr. K. Satchidanandan, Poets from Mumbai

    17.10.2006

    Visit to the Department by Deputy Consul, Consulate General of the Federal Republic Germany.

    Deputy Consul General Dr. Martin Thümmel, Consulate General of the Federal Republic Germany in Mumbai.

    11.10.2006

    Visit and Interaction with students.

    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Stilz and Mr. Michael Grünwaldt, University of Tübingen, Germany

    08.09.2006

    Workshop on Literature and Translation: Writers encounter Translators.

    Poets and Writers.

    26.03.2006

    Lecture on “Sozialgeographie”.

    Prof. Dr. Oskar Fluck,

    Basel, Switzerland.

    03.03.2006

    Talk on “Literatur in der Weimarer Zeit und Philosophy of Women Philosophers”.

    Ms. Signe Kirde, University of Bonn, Germany.

    21.02.-03.03.2006

    Workshop on “Trade correspondence and Intercultural Business Communication”.

    Ms. Maria Babekova- Becker.

    16.01-18.01.2006

    Writer reads from his works.

    Franz Hohler, Switzerland.

     

    24.09-25.09.2005

    Lecture series on Austrian Literature. 

    National Narrative: Hermann the German, Austria as it is.

    From Charles Sealsfield to the Anti-Heimatroman.

    Post-colonialism in the context of Habsburg Empire.

    Fear in Culture: Broch and Canetti.

    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Müller-Funk.

    University of Vienna, Austria.

    21.09.-25.09.2005

    Poets’ Meet

     

    Poets from Mumbai

    09.03.2005

    International Workshop on “Migration- Marginalization, Ghettoisation and Identity Crisis:  Theoretical perspectives and Practical Insights”.

    In collaboration with Department of sociology, Department of Marathi and Department of Kannada

    09.03.2005

    Writer reads from his works.

    Joseph Winkler, Austria.

    15.02.2005

    Lecture

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Amman, University of Klagenfurt.

    15.02.2005

    Talk on “Östereischisch-Indische Beziehungen”.

    Dr. Margit Franz, University of Graz, Austria.

    19.11.2004

    History of the Austrian Exile to India.

    Dr. Margit Franz, University of Graz, Austria.

    18.11.2004

    Talk on “European Union”.

    Lars Bergmeyer, Germany.

    September, 2004

    Writer on her Literary work.

    Ms. Gabrielle Alioth, Austria.

    10.02.2004

    Lecture & Reading

    Ms.Claudia Storz

    Mr. Marin Dean

    2003

    Lecture & Reading

    Mrs. Gisela Heidenreich, Germany.

       2003

    Lecture on “Österreischiche Lyrik.

    Dr. Helmut Gollner, Vienna, Austria.

    December,2003

    “Enlightment and its Critic in Hegel and Schelling”.

    Dr. Peter Koslowski,  International Center for Economic Research (ICER), Turin, Italy.

    14.11.2003

    International Conference on

    “Crossing Boundaries”.

     

    2003

    Lecture on “Die postmoderne Kultur and European Union and the end of the Unity of the Nation and the State”.

    Dr. Peter Koslowski.

    International Center for Economic Research (ICER), Turin, Italy.

    12.11.2003

    Talk on “Germany on Dalit Literature”.

    Dr. Heinz Werner Wessler, Department of Indology, University of Bonn, Germany.

    25.09.2003

    Iqbal’s Encounter with German Culture – an Intercultural Study

    Dr. Farideh Jazayeri, Iran.

    12.09.2003

    Karoline  von Günderrode (1780-1806): Ambivalenzen ihrer Liebesidee.

    Ms Ruth Christmann, Germany

    02.09.2003

    Orientation Course  Didactics on “Textvermittlung”.

    Dr. Manjiri Paranjape, University of Pune, Pune.

    19.07.2003

    Talk on “Concepts and Word Formation”.

    Prof. Dr. Imre Szigeti,

    Peter Pazmany University, Budapest.

    21.03.2003

    The Rebirth of Hermann Hesse’s “Siddhartha” in Indian languages.

    Dr. Yakoob Yawar.

    03.03.2003

    Lecture cum reading by Swiss Writers.

    Ms. Claudia Storz and Mr. Martin Dean, Switzerland.

    23.01.2003

    Lecture and Reading of his own poems.

    Prof. Dr. Ayyappa Panikar.

     

    Translating Hermann Hesse’s “Siddhartha” in Indian languages: Reverence or Relevance

    Prof. Dr. V. Ganeshan, 

    CIEFL, Hyderabad.

    12.12.2002

    Heidegger’s Kehre and its Kierkegaardian Background

     Prof. Dr. Walter Schweidler, University of Bochum, Germany

    28.01.2002

    Interaction and co-operation between the Universities of Mumbai and Pune.

    Staff and students of Department of German, University of Pune, Pune.

    19.01.2002

    International Conference on “Toleranz”

     

     

    Workshop/ Lecture on Aesthetics and Seminar on East-West aesthetics.

    Prof.Dr. Günter Wohlfahrt

    2000

    Seminar on East-West Aesthetics

    Dr.Dileep Kumar K.V.

    Dr.Joshi, Somayya College

    2000

    Rosa Ausländer and on the Contribution of the  Jewish Community to German Literature and Culture.

    Prof. Dr. H. J. Findeis, University of Bonn, Germany.

    30.03.1999

    Discussion on Indo-Russian relations, particularly in culture, education and related fields.

    Dr. D. E. Chelyshev &

    Dr. Irina Chelyshev

    1999

    Unification of Europe.

    Prof. Dr. Karl Acham,

    University of Graz, Austria,

    in collaboration with the Department of Sociology, University of Mumbai.

    23.02.1999

    Interculural Philosophy.

    Prof. Dr. Franz Wimmer,

    University of Vienna, Austria

    1998

    Rilke’s poems.

    Prof. Dr. Ronald Riz,

    Zürich, Switzerland.

    1998

    Indo-German Cultural Relation Perspective of Curriculum and Research in Germany.

    Ms Banerjee-Komers, Cultural Minister from the Embassy of Germany in New Delhi.

    05.08.1998

    International Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Conference on “Conceptions and Perceptions of each other: India vis-à-vis German speaking countries” (In commemoration of 50 years of Indian Independence).

    Department of German/Russian, University of Mumbai

    23.02-25.02.1998

    Education & Research: Germany’s response to Globalisation.

    Mr. R. Schäfer,

    Deputy Consul General

    German Consulate

    Mumbai.

    1997

    Lecture.

    Mrs. Elisabeth Kögler,

    Cultural Secretary of Austrian Embassy and

    Mrs. Jemila Mathews.

    1997

    Revisiting Plato’s cave-thinking.

    Dr. Manfred Stassen.

    1997

    Didactics of German as a foreign Language, &

    German Lyrics of the 1990s.

    Prof. Dr. Karl Stocker

    University of Münich,

    Germany.

    1997

    Talk on “German: a foreign language”.

    Angelika Wimmer,

    German Trainee, University of Bonn, Germany.

    29.03.1997

    Literary Translation and Analysis.

    Prof. Dr. Horst Turk,

    University of Göttingen, Germany.

    17.03.1997

    Philosophy and Literature.

    Prof. Dr. Heinrich Niehues-Pröbsting,

    University of Erfurt, Germany.

    28.02.1997

    Intercultural Hermeneutics.

    Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Findeis, University of Bonn, Germany.

    Feb. 1997

    Talk on United Germany.

    Dr. Angelika Köster-Loßak

    MP of the Green Party, Germany.

    23.12.1996

    Lecture on German Mysticism and Philosophy of Nature.

    Dr. Gerald Wickler,

    Humboldt University, Berlin.

    05.12.1996

    Social Linguistics in Separated Germany.

    Dr. Manfred Useler,

    Alexander von Humboldt University, Germany.

    04.12.1996

    Discussion on the Austrian Author Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

    Dr. Kurt Bartsch,

    University of Graz, Austria.

    16.10.1996

    The Art of ending Death as a Challenge for Literature, Painting and Music.

    Prof. Hart Niebrig,

    Lausanne University, Switzerland.

    In collaboration with the Department of English, University of Mumbai.

    04.04.1996

    Workshop on “Indian Culture and Concerns vis-à-vis Germany for Professors.”

    Research scholars and students of University of Bonn, Germany jointly with University of Mumbai and University of Pune.

    16.03.1996

     

     

     

    Cultural Relations between Two Nations.

    Dr. Granow,

    16.03.1996

    Lectures in German and in English: “Revisiting Plato’s Cave: Thinking as a High Risk Business”, “The Boat is full” and “National Identity and Politics of Exclusion.”

    Dr. Manfred Stassen,

    Director, DAAD, New Delhi.

    05.03.1996

    German Philosopher Heidegger.

    Dr. Manfred Stassen,

    Director, DAAD, New Delhi

    29.02.1996

    Contemporary Changes in German Studies.

    Dr. Manjiri Paranjape, University of Pune and

    Dr. Manfred Skor.

    03.02.1996

    Reception of India in the West.

    Prof. Dr. Byrsky,

    Ambassador of the Embassy of Poland.

    1995

    Indians in Germany (1900 to 1997) and India and Germany from 1947.

    Prof.

    Alexander von Humboldt University, Germany.

    05.09-06.09.1995

    International Scientific Colloquium Foundation of Intercultural Research on Tolerance.

    (Concepts of Tolerance in Indian Literature)

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis,

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    15.11-18.11.1994

    Education and Women’s Position.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis,

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    September 1994

    Talks on “A. W. Schlegel: The first person in Germany to do research on India” and “Historical Concepts and Mythological Literature.”

    Dr. Reichert,

    Alexander von Humboldt University, Germany.

    27.09.1994

    Lecture on “Main Difficulties in Translation”.

    Mrs. Renate Krauß, Rome.

    Mr B. Niessert,

    Indo-German Training Center, Mumbai.

    12.09-16.09.1994

    Talk on Schiller and Kafka.

    Dr. Sellers.

    March 1994

    The Place of Germany in the Europe and in the World.

    Dr. Schwarz-Liebermann, Wahlendorf, Germany.

    January 1994

    Poetry Reading

    Dr. Wilhelm Deinert,

    Germany

    December 1993

    Methods to teach Foreign Language.

    Dr. Annamarie Madrigat

    December 1993

    Speech on “Max Müller and Edition of Rigveda”.

    Dr. S. A. Upadhyay,

    Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai.

    December 1993

    German References and Reflections in Poems of Dr. Iqbal.

    Dr. Ahmed Ansari,

    Department of Persian, University of Mumbai.

    August to September 1993

    Greek Literature and Modern German Literature.

    Prof. Dr. H. J. Findeis,

    University of Bonn, Germany.

    August to September 1993

    Lectures on “Günter Grass’ Zunge Zeigen”.

    Prof. Dr. Findeis,

    Prof. Dr. Pröbsting,

    Dr. M. M. S. Chauhan.

    August to September 1993

    Philosophy and Aesthetics in Literature.

    Prof. Dr. Pröbsting,

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty  V. K. Findeis,

    Dr. Khokle.

    August to September 1993

    Werk Hermann Günters: ‘Vajrasuci’.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis,

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    19.05-23.05.1993

    The Reception of “Radha Motive in Modern Malayalam Literature.”

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis,

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    09.05-10.05.1993

    Austrian Literature and Goethes’ “Faust .”

    Dr. Walter Weiss,

    University of Salzburg, Austria.

    March 1993

    Reading from Robert Musil’s Play: “Mann ohne Eigenschaften”.

    Wolfgang Gasser,

    Theatre Artist, Vienna, Austria.

    February 1993

    Anmerkungen zum Literaturstreit aus der Sicht einer indischen Germanistin.

    Prof. Dr. Annakutty V. K. Findeis,

    Department of German, University of Mumbai.

    30.12-31.12.1992

    Feminist Studies

    Prof. Dr. Inge Stefan,

    University of Hamburg,

    Germany.

    1990

    Feminist Literature, Womens‘ Studies.

    Dr. Claudia.

    1990

    Intercultural Communication and Intercultural Studies between India and Germany.

    Dr. Sandhaas.

    March 1990

     Rabindranath Tagore’s Drama

    ‘’Post Office” translated in German by the Theatre Group of the Department Akshar Mudraleela under the direction of Prof. Dr. Annakutty V.K. Findeis.

    Staged by the students at German School, Mumbai.

    10.03.1990

    Critical appreciation of Literature and German Poetry.

    Prof. Jörg Drevs,

    University of Bielefeld, Germany.

    28.02.- 01.03.1990

    Karma and Rebirth in Indian Religion.

    Mr. H. W. Schumann,

    Consul General of Federal Republic of Germany in Mumbai.

    17.01.1990

    Women’s Life in German Literature in 19th Century.

    Prof. Dr. Magdalene Häuser, Germany.

    October 1989

    Language and Communication.

    Prof. Dr. Bernhard Weisgerber, University of Wuppertal, Germany.

    1988-89

    Reading German Poems of Ingeborg Bachmann, Christine Lavant, Hilde Domin and Erika Burkart.

    Ms. Susanne Schaupp, Germany.

    11.03.1981

    Hörspiel (Radio Play).

    Mr. Kay Hoff.

    31.01.1981

    Schriftsteller in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

    Mr. Kay Hoff.

    30.01.1981

    Speech on “My Experience as a Writer.”

    Mr. Tankred Horst,

    Germany.

    16.12.1980

    Visit to the Department.

    Dr. Arnulf Klett,

    The Mayor of Stuttgart and

    Dr. Kulkarni, the Mayor of Bombay.

    26.11.1968

    “Visit to Federal Republic of Germany for Renewing old Contacts and for Study of latest Trends in German Literature.”

    Dr. R. V. Paranjape.

    16.06-14.09.1976

    Participation in Seminar on “Methods of Teaching German” at Goethe Institute, Boston as a delegate from University of Mumbai.

    Dr. R. V. Paranjape.

    19.11-22.11.1973

  • Notification Admission Lists for 2016-17

    Entrance Test for MA part I (German) and for BA in German

    The prospectus and admission forms for German and Japanese will be available at the University Department of German office from Monday to Friday: 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. and on 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturdays.

    Admissions commence on 9th June, 2016.

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  • TEACHING STAFF / NON TEACHING STAFF

    Teaching Staff:
    The following are the members of the academic faculty of the Department of German:-
    (1) Prof. Dr. (Ms) Vibha Surana, Professor & Head (I/c Director, Confucius Institute)
    (2) Dr. Meher Bhoot, Associate Professor
    (3) Mr. Shrikant Pathak, Assistant Professor
    (4) Ms Dipti Tambe, Assistant Professor (Ad hoc)
    (5) Ms Sammati Balgi, Assistant Professor (Ad hoc)
    (6) Mr. Mihir Kulkarni, Assistant Professor (Ad hoc)
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    Degree Programmes in German

    Part-Time Programmes in German

    Part-Time Programmes in Japanese

    Dr. Vivek Bhat

    Ms Alka Sahasrabudhe

    Ms Sarita Sundaram

    Ms Girissha Sawant-Tilak

    Ms Anvaya Sardesai

    Ms Rina Patankar

    Ms Meghna Lodha

    Ms Girissha Sawant-Tilak

     

    Ms Prachi Sharma

    Ms Juhi Thakkar

     

     

    Ms Jyoti Dandekar

    Part-Time Programmes in

     

    Mr. Kaustubh Joshi

    Communicative Marathi

     

    Ms Kiran Chivate

     

     

    Ms Pradnya Samel

    Ms Sonalee Gujar

     

    Mr. Prakash Bapat

    Ms Sadhana Date

     

    Ms Pranali Mehta

    Ms Neha Kale

     

    Ms Saanika Amembal

    Ms Anagha Mandavkar

     

    Ms Sudha Ranganathan

     

     

    Ms Urmee Ranade

     

     

    Ms Vanisha Karia

     

    Ms Yamini Vaidya

     

     

  • Administrative Staff

    Non-teaching Staff:

    • Mr. Sandeep Avhad, Sr. Clerk
    • Ms Amruta Sudame, L.G. Steno-Typist 
    • Ms Pradnya Dalvi, Jr. Typist 
    • Mr. Amit Varandekar, Peon
    • Mr. Ashish Sawant, Peon