- Bachelors in Language and Literature (BLL)
|Programme||Duration||Mode of Study|
|BA Programme||3 years||Full time course work (360 credits)|
|BA Honors||1 Year||Course work and a research project (120 credits)|
About the course
The BLL programme aspires to produce modern Bhutanese with traditional knowledge through a dynamic and forward-looking curriculum. The curriculum is structured with a balanced proportion of Dzongkha and English language components; Choekey, the classical textual language of the Himalayas, is also studied as it forms a critical part of the national heritage of Bhutan. Hence, the curriculum is inclusive, dynamic and academically invigorating.
- Modules include
- Translation & Interpretation
- Literary Genre
- Bhutanese Etiquette
- Buddhist Poetry
- Sanskrit, Linguistics and Languages of Bhutan
For students of Language and Culture Studies:
Class XII pass with a minimum of 50% in English and 55% aggregate in Choenjug, Sumtag, Nyengag and Dzongkha/Dazhung.
For BHSCE Rigzhung students:
Class XII pass with a minimum of 50% in English, 60% in Dzongkha and pass in Rigzhung
For BHSCE General students:
Class XII pass with a minimum of 50% in English and 60% in Dzongkha.
The honors programme in Language and Literature is open for candidates who have excelled in their 3 years bachelors degree with a minimum of 70% aggregate in the 3rd year of the BA in Language and Literature programme.