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B.A. (Hons.) Italian

 

The B.A. (Honours) Italian program has been designed for adopting the Task-based and Communicative Approaches that are the latest Foreign Language Teaching methodologies adopted across the world to enable learners to attain the language competency levels specified by the internationally accepted Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF), developed by the European Council. The B.A. (Honours) Italian program seeks to cover three key areas of study, i.e., Study of the Italian Language through the development of 4 core skills, reading, writing, listening and speaking, the study of the language for specific purposes, such as Business Italian, Italian for Tourism, Translation, etc. and study of socio-political institutions, literary, historical and cultural movements of Italy.

 

Eligibility for Admission in B.A. (Hons.) Italian

 

Program Specific Eligibility

Candidates must appear in CUET in any of the following subject combinations:

Combination I: Italian from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2

OR

Combination II: Any one Language from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2

 

Merit will be based on the best CUET scores obtained from any of the above-mentioned combinations of subjects.

Candidates who opted for Combination II for admission will be considered only if seats remain vacant after considering all the candidates who opted for Combination I

 

College Offering B.A. (Hons.) Italian

 

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Department of German and Romance Studies 

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The number of seats may vary. Supernumerary seats will be as per University of Delhi norms. Candidates must visit respective college websites for the updated fees structure.

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