- MA in English is an amalgamation of ancient and modern English Literature which mainly comprises four primary areas of focus, Poetry, Prose, Drama, and Linguistics.
- a postgraduate programme to create motivated, innovative, creative, and thinking postgraduates to work across various sectors.
- As the field of literature is enormous, students have to select electives and opt for the area in which they wish to specialize.
- The students get to learn and understand the historical, political, and cultural contexts of English and linguistics on an advanced level.
2. To introduce core language courses to provide an introduction to the basic concepts of linguistic theory.
3. To develop a research perspective among the students and to enable them to write a short dissertation with the help of the Research Methodology courses.
4. Students will develop speaking and listening skills in English with the help of language practice.
2. Ability to develop a life-long passion for the English language and literature.
3. Ability to interpret Literary Texts.
4. The students will understand various theoretical approaches to literature and language.
5. The students will be able to analyze literary works and linguistic issues by applying various theoretical approaches.
6. Use different techniques to apply the concepts from literary theory and criticism in the analysis and interpretation of texts in Language and Literature.
2. Students will understand research practices in language and literature.
3. Students will be able to apply, analyze, and evaluate society and culture with the help of various critical and cultural theories.
4. They will understand how to neutralize their accents.
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|S.No||Sem||Part||Sub Type||Sub Code||Subject||Credit||Hours||INT||EXT||Total|
|1||1||3||Theory||19MEN1CA||Core-I British Literature-I (From Chaucer to Milton)||4||5||40||60||100|
|2||1||3||Theory||19MEN1CB||Core-II American Literature||4||4||40||60||100|
|3||1||3||Theory||19MEN1CC||Core –III Shakespeare||4||4||40||60||100|
|4||1||3||Theory||19MEN1CD||Core –IV Grammar for Communication||4||4||40||60||100|
|5||1||3||Theory||19MEN1CE||Core –V The English Language-I||4||4||40||60||100|
|19MEN1EB||A Survey of British Literature|
|19MEN1EC||Translation An Overview|
|1||2||3||Theory||19MEN2CA||Core-VI British Literature-II (Dryden to Romantic Age)||4||5||40||60||100|
|2||2||3||Theory||19MEN2CB||Core – VII Indian Writing in English||4||4||40||60||100|
|3||2||3||Theory||19MEN2CC||Core – VIII English Literature for Competitive Examinations – I||3||4||40||60||100|
|4||2||3||Theory||19MEN2CD||Core –IX New Literatures in English||4||4||40||60||100|
|5||2||3||Theory||19MEN2CE||Core – X The English Language -II||4||4||40||60||100|
|3||19MEN2EB||A Survey of American Literature|
|3||19MEN2EC||Translation Types, Views and Tools|
|1||3||3||Theory||19MEN3CA||Core-XI British Literature-III (Victorian age to Modern Age)||4||5||40||60||100|
|2||3||3||Theory||19MEN3CB||Core –XII English Literatures for Competitive Examinations -II||3||4||40||60||100|
|3||3||3||Theory||19MEN3CC||Core – XIII Methods of Teaching English||4||4||40||60||100|
|4||3||3||Theory||19MEN3CD||Core –XIV Translation Studies||4||4||40||60||100|
|5||3||3||Theory||19MEN3CE||Core – XV Research Methodology||4||4||40||60||100|
|3||19MEN3EB||A Survey of Indian Writing in English|
|3||19MEN3EC||Language, Culture and Translation Practices|
|1||4||3||Theory||19MEN4CA||Core –XVI Introduction to Women Studies||4||4||40||60||100|
|2||4||3||Theory||19MEN4CB||Mass Communication and Journalism||4||4|
|4||4||3||19MEN4EB||A Survey of New Literature|
|6||4||3||Project||19MEN4CV||Core Project Work||8||10||80||120||200|
There is a popular opinion that a degree in English Literature is of no use when it comes to job scenarios and is observed cynically by one and all. However, this perception is wrong as can be seen by the many career options available for MA English students. Some of these sectors are:
- BPOs and KPOs
- Theatre, Media and Entertainment