The Department aims to Modernized Madresa Education By teach Linguistic Languages as a medium of understanding, expression, communication, and research . These aspects imply the acquisition of Urdu and regional Linguistic languages as both at theoretical and practical levels. Teaching stresses reading, writing, listening, speaking skills, grammar, and vocabulary. The student will also need to learn the skills related to translation and interpretation. The study of Urdu requires that students learn the classical components alongside the modern, when possible. At the end of academic year ,the students will have attained the following skills:
I. Use of Urdu and regional Linguistic languages, The students will:
be able to communicate (orally and in writing) effectively in COURSE on a variety of topics and in a variety of settings, using appropriate registers
be able to read, understand, translate, and interpret (with the help of a dictionary where necessary) a variety of authentic materials written in COURSE
Begin to be able to make use of their knowledge of Urdu in a professional context (such as social sciences research using Urdu, literary study, etc.)
II. Explicit knowledge of Urdu and regional Linguistic languages the students will:
demonstrate a knowledge of the structures (syntax, phonology, morphology) of written COURSE and its registers (varieties of the language, e.g. journalistic vs. formal; formal vs. informal)
Demonstrate that they understand the linguistic principles required to analyze COURSE (parse a sentence, and begin to talk about Urdu morphology, sound system, and syntax academically). These elements are necessary for students who are majoring in Urdu.
III. Knowledge of cultures where Urdu and regional Linguistic languages is used Language teaching and culture teaching are not separated; therefore, students will have an understanding of the cultures where Urdu is used.
IV. Generic skills during their study of Urdu and regional Linguistic languages, the students will also enhance or acquire generic and transferable skills. They will:
Be able to use IT effectively
Be able to work with others as a part of a team
Be able to demonstrate some ability as an ‘independent learner’