Programmes

  • Ph.D.
  • PG
  • UG
  • Certificate Course

COURSES / PROGRAMMES

The Department with a track record of eminent scholars has been the main centre for research in the field of Indian and Western Literary Theories and English Studies since the time of its inception. Presently, the department is offering three courses BA, MA and Ph.D. in English and a Certificate Course in Spoken English.

 

DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMMES OFFERED:        

 

PROGRAMME

DURATION

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

SEATS

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature

3 Years

10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized Board/Institution

50

MA in English

2 Years

Graduation in any Discipline

37

Ph.D

3-5 years with Course work of One Semester

Master’s degree in the

concerned/relevant/allied subject with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CGPA

or equivalent Grade.

 

Certificate Course in Spoken English

1 Year

10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized Board/Institution

 

 

 

Name of the Programme: Bachelor of Arts (English Literature)

 

Courses

Code

Course Title

Credits

          I

Semester

EEL-LN-111

English – I

6

EEL-CC-111

European Classical Literature

6

EEL-FC– 111

English Communication

2

          II

Semester

EEL-LN-211

English – II

6

EEL-CC-211

Indian Classical Literature

6

EEL-FC–211

English Communication

2

         III

Semester

EEL-LN-311

English –I

6

EEL-CC-311

British Literature: 14th to 18th Century

6

EEL-SE- 311

English Language Teaching

2

         IV

Semester

EEL-LN–411

English –II

6

EEL-CC-411

British Literature: 19th and early 20th Century

6

EEL-SE- 411

Soft Skills

2

         V

Semester

EEL-SE- 511

Translation Studies

2

 

EEL-EC -511

EEL-EC-512

EEL-EC-513

EEL-EC–514

(any one of these)

Literary Criticism

World Literatures

Travel Writing

Literature of the Indian Diaspora

6

 

EEL-GE–511

EEL-GE–512

(any one of these)

Academic Writing and Composition

Text and Performance

6

         VI

Semester

EEL-SE- 611

Business Communication

2

 

EEL- EC- 611

EEL- EC- 612

EEL- EC–613

EEL- EC–614

(any one of these)

Literary Theory

Literature and Cinema

Partition Literature

Research Methodology

6

 

EEL-GE –611

EELGE – 612

 

(any one of these)

Language and Linguistics

Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment

6

 

Name of the Programme: Master of Arts (English)

I

Semester

Code

Course Title

Credits

EEL –CC- 121

British Poetry: Chaucer to Blake

5

EEL –CC- 122

British Prose: Bacon to Pope

5

EEL –CC- 123

Shakespeare

5

EEL –CC- 124

Language and Linguistics

5

EEL –CE- 125

History of English Literature

4

EEL-CE-125

EEL-EC-126

EEL-CE-127

EEL-OE-128

(any one of these)

History of English Literature

Intellectual Foundation of Renaissance in Europe

Indian Literature in Translation

English Language and Communication                                   

4

II

Semester

EEL –CC- 221

British Poetry: Wordsworth to Wilde

5

EEL –CC- 222

British Prose: Johnson to Huxley

5

EEL –CC- 223

British Drama: Ben Jonson to Pinter

5

EEL –CC- 224

New Literatures in English

5

                    EEL-CE- 225    EEL-CE-226                 EEL –EC- 227 EEL-CE-228                EEL-CE-229  

(any one of these)

Literature of the Indian Sub-Continent

Classical Poetry

European Classical Drama

Literature and Film-I

Science Fiction         

4

EEL-OE-229

Pronunciation Skills and Accent Neutralization

2

III

Semester

EEL-CC– 321

Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama

5

EEL-CC – 322

Pre 20th Century Fiction

5

EEL-C C– 323

Literary Criticism- I

5

EEL-CC– 324

Indian Literature- 1

5

EEL-CE-325   EEL-CE-326   EEL-EC-327

(any one of these)

Modern British Fiction

Literature and Film II

Literature and Ideas

4

EEL-OE-328

Course in Communication Skills and Creative Writing

2

IV

Semester

EEL-CC-421

American Literature

5

EEL-CC-422

Twentieth Century Novel

5

EEL-CC-423

Literary Criticism 2

5

EEL-CC-424

Indian Literature 2

5

EEL-EC-425 EEL-CE-426  EEL-CE-427    EEL-CE-428  

(any one of these)

Postmodernism: Theories and Theorists

Indian Classical Drama

Indian Folk Literature and Culture                                          

Film Studies                                                                       

4

EEL-OE-428

Pronunciation Skills and Accent Neutralization

2

 

Ph.D. Programme (Course Work)

Courses

Code

Course Title

Credits

 I Semester

EEL CC – 131

Review of Published Research

08

EEL CC – 132

Research Methodology     

04

EEL CC – 133

Advanced Literary Theory

04

EEL EC – 134

South Asian Literature

04

EEL EC – 135

Foundations of Aesthetics

04

EEL EC – 136

Feminist Writing, Theory and Criticism

04

EEL EC – 137

Advanced Novelistic Theories

04

EEL EC – 138

Indian Poetics

04