Hindi Language – Jobs, Career, Scope, Courses & Benefits
Hindi Language (Sanskrit) – Jobs, Required Skills, Degrees, Benefits Career & Scope in Pakistan
Hindi is not a language in real sense. The original language of India was Sanskrit, which is a dead language like Hebrew. Hindi language is a carbon copy of Urdu. In short Hindi is a Devanagari version of Urdu as it is written in Devanagari script. Hindi or Urdu is the mixture of many languages like Punjabi, Persian, Turkish, Arabic and Sanskrit. Hindi speaking people live in following countries;
Hindi Language (Sanskrit)- Jobs, Career, Scope, Courses & Benefits
Hindus of Banaras city started a campaign in the favor of Devanagari script in 1867. It was time when first time in History of Indian Subcontinent leaders of Muslims like Sir Sir Syed Ahmad Khan realized that Muslims can not live together with Hindus in future. At this turning point of History Sir Syed Ahmad Khan decided to support two nation theory. Hindus were against the Urdu just due to its Arabic script. There is no major difference between these two languages except their writing script. Urdu speaking people can learn Hindi easily as they will just have to concentrate only on reading and writing skills during their language learning process. If any Urdu speaking person has any doubt about our this statement then he must watch any Hindi feature film and try to find out the unfamiliar words. Even Wikipedia has wrongly claimed that Hindi is 4th largely spoken language of the world. In-fact Urdu is the 4th largely spoken language of the world.
Hindi Language Courses in Pakistan
Many universities in Pakistan have opened Hindi language and literature department where certificate to doctorate level courses are offered. BA is taught from BA as optional and elective subject. Punjab university is also offering MA degree in Sanskrit. NUML is most popular university of modern languages in Pakistan.
Benefits, Jobs, Career & Scope
Foreign Affairs Ministry
Government Officers (Diplomats)
Poet or Script/Fiction Writer
Core Topics or Key Subjects
In almost of Hindi courses following core topics or key subjects are taught.
History of Hindi Language
Who Should Learn Hindi Language?
Students of Comparative Religious Studies should learn Sanskrit rather than Hindi language as majority of Hindu religious literature is available in Sanskrit.
Journalists and Webmasters
Interest in oriental languages
Creative writing skills
Research loving nature
Good verbal and written communication skills in Urdu will help you a lot in learning this language.
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