The Department has been imparting literature since 2009 through the Under Graduate stream and was upgraded into a Post Graduate stream in the year 2012. Faculties in the Department have specialization in different areas of the subject and work as resource persons to our students. The Department provides opportunities for concentrated study of the language and literature and also provides a zeal artistic knowledge to appreciate the language in its present form. The novices who are groomed by our department have gone great heights in all walks of life and the unbiased motivation with a noble vision has enshrined us a name.
- BA (English) 3 years- Full Time
- MA (English)2 years – Full Time
Program Outcomes (POs)
PO1 Have Knowledge of the basic concepts, theories, and perspectives important to English studies, including rhetorical, interpretive, historical, cultural, social approaches to language and texts.
PO2 Understand the ways in which texts can reflect or shape the representation of historical and cultural circumstances.
PO3 Recognize rhetorical, generic traditions and innovations.
PO4 Apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres.
PO4 Students should be able to ethically gather, understand, evaluate and synthesize information from a variety of written and electronic sources.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1 Write analytically in a variety of formats, including essays, research papers, reflective writing and critical reviews of secondary sources.
PSO2 To be proficient in oral and written communication.
PSO3 To provide students the critical faculties necessary in an academic environment, on the job, and in an increasingly complex, interdependent world.
Course Outcomes (COs)
The graduate will
CO 1 Inculcate English language through the study of literature and other contemporary forms of culture.
CO 2 Read, perform, analyze and critically appreciate literary and cultural texts from different historical periods and genres.
CO 3 Identify, employ, and interpret the literary and rhetorical methods and strategies that inform English as a discipline in their reading and writing of texts.
CO 4 Have the ability to analyze the ways in which written texts both reflect and help to construct social categories such as race, class, gender, and sexuality.
Students are trained to apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres. They will be able to write analytically in a variety of formats, including essays, research papers, reflective writing, and critical reviews of secondary sources. They acquire proficiency in oral communication and writing.
Students have opportunities in Digital copywriting, Editorial assistant, English as a foreign language teacher, Lexicographer, Magazine journalist, Newspaper journalist, Publishing copy-editor/proof reader, Web content manager, Writer, Academic librarian, Advertising account executive, Advertising copywriter, Arts administrator, Information officer, Marketing executive, PPC specialist, Primary school teacher, Public relations officer, Records manager, Secondary school teacher, Social media manager and many more.