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M A English

 "Epiphany in experience and undeniably pleasure.”

     Literature is an essential product of man’s immortal creative nature. It emerges from the innovative notion and its knitting task of imagery home land. A course in language is basic to the understanding of life and its meaningThe Department of English was started in 2000 offering General English at the Undergraduate level. Post Graduate in English Literature course was introduced in 2016 with a thrust on formal, historical, and cultural contexts of English Literature. The objective of the department, by imparting a comprehensive and wide-ranging standard of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of the students in English language and literature. It also aimed at unlocking the potential excellence of the students’ English proficiency. Ultimately, it mends a sturdy platform with spawning countless job opportunities by inculcating them by means of sufficient placement training programmes to fulfill the prospects of the corporate and industry.

VISION

    The fundamental aim and expectation of our department is to enhance the quality of life by offering responsibilities, efficiency and high quality education that promotes good communication skills, leadership principles, well being and prosperity of individuals.

MISSION

    The English department helps the students to build knowledge of the content and methods of Literary studies, English Education, Academic, Professional and Creative writing. It also provides the values of Humanity and Ethical citizenship.

ABOUT THE COURSE

Eligibility

BA English, English(CA) and Any Degree

 

Higher Studies

M.Phil., Ph.D., Medical Transcription Professional Courses (I.A.S., M.B.A., Journalism)

 

Job Opportunities

BPO, HR, Translators, Media, Editors, Asst. Professors, Teachers, Executives, Front Office Executives and Air Hostess

 

SYLLABUS

SEMESTER I SEMESTER II
Paper I:British Literature  I Paper VI: British Literature  II
Paper II: American Literature Paper VII: Indian Writing in English
Paper III: Shakespeare Paper VIII: English Literature for Competetive  Examinations  I
Paper IV: Grammar for Communication Paper IX: New Literatures  in English
Paper V:English Language  I Paper X: English Language II
Elective I: Academic reading and Academic Writing Elective II: Lectures and Note Taking

 

SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
Paper XI: British Literature  III Paper XVI: Introduction to Women Studies
Paper XII:  English Literature for Competetive  Examinations  II Paper XVII: Mass Communication and Journalism
Paper XIII: Methods  of  Teaching English Project Work
Paper XIV: Translation Studies Elective IV: Reference/Research Skills and Concerns and Research  
Paper XV: Research Methodology  
Elective III: Speaking for Academic Purposes   
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