B.A. Arabic

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Bachelor of Arts in Arabic is an undergraduate Arabic language course. Arabic covers the areas regarding Arabic literature: society, poetry, prose, drama, novels, grammar etc. B.A. in Arabic is generally three academic year course and The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat is providing in two years. It may be provided on part time basis by certain institutes. After completing the course they can find jobs relating to the very fields at many places both in India and outside it.

How is B.A. Arabic Course Beneficial?

  • This degree course enables the students to go for various Arabic language related jobs.
  • One can go for higher degree programs in respective subjects such as Masters’ degree and then for research work.
  • They can have jobs regarding travel and hospitality such as in hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, airports, and many other businesses that are seeing an increase in Arabic customers. Applicants also can have government jobs as well. 


  • The candidates should complete their 10+2 or its equivalent exam in Arts stream.
  • The marks of admission for this course may vary from college to college.
  • In various colleges it conducts entrance exams plus interview and percentage of 12th class for the admission of students.


Syllabus of Arabic as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Year I (Optional Arabic)

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study                                                                   


Alphabet, Article, Nouns, Personal Pronouns, Demonstrative Pronouns, Adjectives, Incomplete Compounds, Degree, Kind of Sentences, Triliteral Verbs


(a) Lessons (1 to 5) from Al-Qiraatul Wadiha (Part I)
(b) Lessons (1, 2, 6) from Al-Qiraatur Rashida (Part I)


(a) Lessons (6 to 15) from Al-Qiraatul Wadiha (Part I)
(b) Lessons (8, 9, 10) from Al-Qiraatur Rashida (Part I)


(a) Lessons (16 to 20) from Al-Qiraatul Wadiha (Part I)
(b) Past tense, imperfect, imperative, Prohibition


(a) Lessons (16 to 20) from Al-Qiraatul Wadiha (Part I)
(b) Past tense, imperfect, imperative, Prohibition

Year II (Arabic Minor)


Prose & Poetry                                                                         


(a) Lessons (8 & 9) from Al-Jadid Fil Lughatil Arabiyyah (Part II)
(b) Three poems from Al-Qiraatur Rashida (Part I)
(c) Two Suras (Al-Asr, Al-Fil) from the Holy Quran


(a) Lessons (11 & 12) from Al-Jadid Fil Lughatil Arabiyyah (Part II)
(b) Two poems from Al-Qiraatur Rashida (Part-I)
(c) Two Suras (Al-Quraysh, Al-Lahab) from the Al-Quraysh, Al-Lahab


(a) Lessons (13 & 14) from Al-Jadid Fil Lughalil Arabiyaah (Part II)
(b) First two Arabic poems from Al-Qiraatur Rashida (Part II)
(c) Two Suras (Al-Kafirun, Al-Nasr) from the Holy Quran


(a) Lessons (15 & 21) from Al-Jadid Fil Lughatil Arabiyyah (Part II)
(b) Three Arabic Poems from Minhajul Arabiyyah (Part III)
(c) Two Suras (Al-Alaq, Al-Inshirah) from the Holy Quran


(a) Lessons (27 & 29) from Al-Jadid Fil Lughatil Arabiyyah (Part II)
(b) Two Suras (Al-Duha, Al-Maaun) from the Holy Quran

Year II (Arabic Minor)


History of Arabic Literature (up to the Umayyad Period)          


(a) Pre-Islamic Arabs.
(b) Social, Cultural, Religious and intellectual condition of the Pre-Islamic Arabs.
(c) Arabic one of the semitic languages and its range before Islam.
(d) Quraish, their position and interest in Arabic; Richness of Arabic vocabulary; International position of Arabic.


(a) Pre-Islamic Literature (Oral Character of Pre-Islamic Literature, Pre-Islamic prose and Pre-Islamic poetry including Muallaqat).
(b) Characteristics and themes of Pre-Islamic poetry.
(c) Quran – Its collection and compilation as well as its historical and literary value.
(d) Beginning of literacy among the Arabs; Attitude of the Prophet (S.A.W.) and his immediate successors to poetry


(a) Early Islamic poetry.
(b) Early Islamic prose.
(c) Contribution of Umar to Arabic literature and Quranic studies.


(a) An outline of the History of the Umayyads.
(b) Political and religious movements of the Umayyad period.


(a) Salient features of the Arabic poetry of the Umayyad period.
(b) Prose literature of the Umayyad period.

B.A. Arabic Colleges

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University - JNU, New Delhi
  • Bhangar Mahavidyalaya, South 24 Paragons
  • University of Lucknow, Lucknow
  • University of Calicut, Calicut

B.A. Arabic Course Suitability

  • Students those who interested in Arabic language and its literature etc. are most suitable for this course.
  • Those who are willing to go for teaching fields at higher degree level i.e. college and university level both in private and government institutions.
  • Candidates those who want to go in foreign countries with the purposes of study, job and the like other reasons also are suitable for it.
  • Candidates who have religious fervour and willing to do something for the uplift of Arabic language and literature are also suitable for the course.

 Job Types

  • Arabic Teacher
  • Data Entry Clerk (Arabic)
  • Arabic Translator (English to Arabic)
  • Language Analyst
  • Customer Care Job - Arabic Speaking
  • Arabic Speaking - Call Centre
  • Tutor for Arabic - Persian language
  • Content Analyst
  • Language Specialist

Advance Courses in B.A. Arabic

  • M.A. (Arabic)
  • M.Phil. (Arabic)
  • Ph.D. (Arabic)


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