Guten Morgen!
Deutsch Sprache begrüßt Sie in der Welt der Innovation und Technologie
(German Language welcomes you to the world of Innovation & Technology

Official language in: Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Switzerland and Belgium
Regional language in: Brazil, Italy, Namibia, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Minority language in: Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Russia
National language in: Czech Republic

German – the gateway to a world class higher education and research

Germany offers excellent research opportunities, scholarships and fellowships for EU/international PhD students, researchers and scientist.

Every year, the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD offers a generous number of scholarships for undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate studies in the best German universities for various disciplines. Germany sponsors over 60,000 international exchanges each year.

Once you’ve graduated, you’ll be eligible to apply for an 18-month post-study residence permit, allowing you to stay in Germany to find work.

WHY STUDY GERMAN?

Germany is the Land of Ideas and Innovations. Germans are world leaders in engineering.

At the heart of Europe and an intrinsic part of the European Union, Germany is the fourth largest economy in the world and number one in Europe as per the GDP ranking 2020.

Famed for its industry, manufacturing and engineering, Germany is the world’s third-largest exporter. Germany is home to numerous international corporations.

When you learn German you acquire a range of skills which can improve the quality of both your work and private life

German (Deutsch) – the most widely spoken native language in Europe

German (Deutsch) is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Europe by more than 120 million native speakers in Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland, parts of Belgium, Northern Italy and Eastern France. A total of 185 million speak German worldwide. It is also a lingua franca of Central and Eastern Europe.

German is the second most commonly used scientific language in the world. 18% of the world’s books are published in German. Most of them are not available in English or other language translation. Hence, only  knowledge of German will give you access to them.

Scope, Demand, Career and Job Opportunities

Knowledge of German increases your job opportunities with German and foreign companies in your own country and abroad.
Germany is home to a large number of economic global players. Siemens, Volkswagen, Adidas and Lufthansa are globally recognized brands and corporations.

Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe. Germany is the 7th largest foreign direct investor in India.

Key areas of investments have been transportation, electrical equipment, metallurgical industries, services sector (particularly insurance), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles.

Over 1,600 Indo-German collaborations and 600 joint ventures are represented in the Indian marketplace. Addidas, Bosch, Daimler Chrysler, BMW,  Allianz, Volkswagen, Siemens, Lufthansa, etc leading German brands in India.

Similarly, Indian investments in Germany have remarkably increased over the last few years. Indian corporate More than 200 Indian companies from sectors such as IT, automotive, pharma & biotech etc .

Companies like  Infosys, WIPRO, TCS, Bharat Forge Limited, Ranbaxy, Piramal, Samtel, Hexaware Technologies, NIIT, Graphite India Limited, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, Biocon, Hindustan National Glass, Mahindra and others have either acquired German companies or started their own subsidiaries.

There are about 1.7 lakh Indians and people of Indian origin in Germany. The Indian diaspora mainly comprises of professionals, technocrats, businessmen/traders and nurses.  Around 17,500 Indian students are pursuing various courses in Germany

WHAT IS THE SCOPE AFTER LEARNING GERMAN?

In India, the demand for German language experts is on the rise. The need for German learners has become inevitable in the following areas of career opportunities.

  • German language teacher/trainer
  • Translator & Interpreter
  • Engineering Jobs in India and Germany
  • Tourism Industry
  • Hospitality industry
  • Aeroflight sector
  • Research analyst
  • Media industry
  • Journalism
  • Public relations
  • Advertising manager
  • Information Technology

WHAT DOES THE GERMAN (BEGINNER) COURSE OFFERS?

Objective:

  • Students will demonstrate the level of proficiency necessary to enable them to function in an environment where German is used exclusively
  • Students will be able to speak, listen, read, and write basic German

Learning Outcome:

  • Will be able to demonstrate an elementary knowledge of German sentence structure through speaking and writing
  • Will be able to pronounce German reasonably well

Course Details (Syllabus)

  • Medium of instruction:German and English
  • Number of hours: 30 hours
  • Number of lessons per week : 4
  • Duration of the course: 3-months
  • Course Fees: Rs 5000/-

 Mode of Evaluation

  • Written test – 50 Marks
  • Speaking – 25
  • Listening – 15
  • Reading – 10
  • Total-100 marks
  • Recommended Study Material :Deutsch alsFremdsprache (studio d A1) by GOYAL SaaB

Unit-1-Grammar (12 Hours)

  • Greetings
  • Alphabet
  • Vowel & Consonant
  • Question words
  • Personal pronouns in all cases
  • Verbs with Nominative
  • Verb conjugation (Regular& irregular verbs, Present)
  • Sentence formation
  • Tense (Present, negative and interrogative)
  • Gender
  • Cases
  • Definite & indefinite articles in Nominative & Dative
  • Negation
  • Possessive pronouns in Nominative, Accusative & Dative
  • Time
  • Modal verbs
  • Separable & inseparable verbs
  • Dative verbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Imperative sentences

Unit 2- Vocabulary (8 Hours)

  • Geography of Germany
  • Days
  • Seasons
  • Months
  • Colours
  • Numbers 0 to 100 (Ordinal, cardinal)
  • Parts of the face and body
  • Clothes
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Festivals

Unit-3- Communicative skills(8 hours)  

  • How to greet
  • Locating objects and places
  • How to ask and answer questions
  • How to introduce oneself
  • How to talk about the weather
  • How to talk over the telephone