International Institute of Management & Engineering

Post Graduation Diploma in Translation Studies

International Institute of Management & Engineering

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Typology Postgraduate
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
  • Postgraduate
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Translation, it must be remembered, demands special skills, which are not
necessarily acquired with general proficiency in language. Hence it needs a
systematic training in different aspects of bilingual and multilingual
Translation is in great demand in this fast shrinking global world. In a
multilingual Indian society, translation is a means to know, understand and
tolerate each other and know each other’s language and culture. Translators
are in great demand in government organizations, multinational corporate
sector, trade, research, publication houses and news media.
In the process of globalisation it is a means of reaching the desired end of
growth and development. Translation studies also develop bilingual,
multilingual competence and cultural sensitivity.

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· What are the objectives of this course?

Objective of the Course  To make the students understand the process of translation  To give them hands-on experience in translation  To develop and heighten the translation activity

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· Qualification


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What you'll learn on the course

IT Development
Technical terminology
World Studies
Devanagri script
Concept of language
Principles of formation

Course programme

Paper 1 Theory of translation : 100 MARKS 1. Translation: definition, scope, need and importance, art or craft. 2. History and theory of translation. Historical development of these theories: structural, cognitive and communicative theory of translation. 3. Process of translation 4. Types of translation. 5. Main principles of translation, qualities of a good translator. 6. Tools of translation. 7. Comparison between source language and target language in relation to analysis and meaning. 8. Evaluation of translation. 1002 code. Paper 2 Materials of translation I Linguistic and sociolinguistics aspects of translation: 100 MARKS 1. Concept of language, units, process of communication and social context. 2. Technical terminology, concepts, principles of formation, problems and solutions. 3. Devanagri script and standardization of language. 4. Spoken and written difference in languages. 5. Role of culture in translation, social context of translation with reference to employment and social development. 6. Semiotics and translation 7. Constitution and language poli