English Language and Literature

1. Introduction to the course

BA (Hons.) in English offers a diverse curriculum modeled after the UGC CBCS syllabus. The course content is evenly distributed over 6 semesters with focus on the research aptitude as well as the future employability of the students. Besides running regular courses in relation to English Language and Literature, the Department also offers courses like Creative Writing, Film Studies, Popular Literature, Digital Humanities etc.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Have a through grounding in English Language and Literature
• Have skills like editing, translation, presentations communication etc.
• Be prepared for competitive exams.
• Be prepared to undertake rudimentary research for Masters course
• Be employable for diverse industries.

 

3. Subjects covered:

The course covers subjects like Indian writing in English, British poetry and drama: 14th to 17th centuries, British Poetry and Drama: 17th And 18th Centuries, Indian Classical Literature, British Literature: 18th Century, British Romantic Literature, Popular Literature, Modern European Drama, American Literature, Women’s Writing, Postcolonial Literatures, Literatures of The Indian Diaspora, British Literature: Post World War II, Literary Theory, Science Fiction and Detective Literature, Literature and Cinema, World Literatures, Travel Writing, Autobiography, Language Teaching and Creative Writing

 

4. Specializations:

The course structure is diverse enough to provide an in depth grounding on several aspects of British, American, and Continental English Literature and Theory.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Though internship is optional, the students have successfully applied and received offered of internships from organizations like Pearl Academy, Educare, Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez Content Writing and other educational, content writing and media organizations.

 

7. Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

Several students have been placed creditably through CDC in Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez and Pearl Academy.

 

8. Eligibility

50% overall in 10+2 with respective subjects

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1. Introduction to the course

MA in English readies the students with an overall understanding of the diverse literary traditions of the world. Besides conventional British and American literary studies, the course also provides a thorough grounding of Literary Theory and contemporary literary thinking. The Department also ensures that each student receives a considerable degree of exposure to esteemed academic institutions all over the world as also to nationally and internationally acclaimed journals.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Be ready to enter International research arena through participation in workshops and conferences.
• Have advanced understanding of Literary Theory and alternative literary traditions.
• Be ready to successfully write NET/SET and other competitive exams.
• Be employable in teaching, research and other industries like editing, publishing, creative writing, PR, HR, corporate communication etc.

 

3. Subjects covered:

Besides writing two Academic dissertations, the course covers subjects like:
Old, Middle and Renaissance Poetry
Renaissance Drama
Seventeenth Century Literature
Linguistics and ELT
Soft Skills
Eighteenth Century Literature
Romantic Literature
Victorian Literature
Research Methodologies and Computer Applications
City in Contemporary Indian Writings
Literature and Visual Arts
World Literature in Translation
Film Adaptation
Literatures from Africa
Modern Literature
Literary Criticism
Indian Literature in Translation
Children’s Literature in English
Partition Literature
Tagore Studies
Postmodern Literature
Introduction to Literary Theory
Literary Theory: Contemporary Developments
Postcolonial Literature
Feminism and Gender
American Literature
Popular Literature and Culture

 

4. Specializations:

The course offers options of advanced learning in American Literature, visual arts, Postcolonial writing and Literary Theory besides ELT and Film studies.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Internship is optional and the students have a choice between internships and projectwork. The students interested in Research opt Project, while industry aspirants choose Internships. Several students have been offered Internships with the RICE group and some other education and content writing organizations.

 

7. Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

Several students have been placed creditably through CDC in Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez and Pearl Academy. Two students have recently been offered faculty positions in SOET, Adamas University

 

8. Eligibility

50% overall in Graduation in with respective subject

View Course Structure

1. Introduction to the course

MPhil in English is a research degree preparing the scholars with an academic rigour paving the way for a full fledged doctoral research. The coursework is spread over 3 semesters and consists of both taught and reading courses, where the fledgling scholars are mentored into thinking critically and preparing the final dissertation as a unique contribution to the concerned field.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Think and write Research papers for publication and presentation.
• Raise unique research questions.
• Be prepared to draft Unique PhD proposals

 

3. Subjects covered:

Research Methodology
Computer Skill
History of Ideas and Literary Theory
Genre Theory

 

4. Specializations:

The scholars specialize on diverse Research fields including Popular Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Continental Philosophy, Multiculturalism, Literary traditions, Film and Visual Culture etc.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Scholars have options for internships. Teaching and Research assistantship is encouraged

 

7. Eligibility

As per UGC norms

Download Course Structure

1. Introduction to the course

PhD is English is a highly competitive and demanding degree. The supervisors are careful to mentor the scholars in creating new knowledge with a scope for rigorous academic depth. The coursework (if not attended during MPhil) is carefully planned for methodological foundation of scholars and is adaptable to the research interests of the ongoing batches of scholars. The final dissertation is carefully supervised to be a credit to the changing dynamics of world academia.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Think and write Research papers for publication and presentation.
• Raise unique research questions.
• Prepare publishable PhD thesis
• Create new knowledge

 

3. Subjects covered:

Research Methodology
Computer Skill
History of Ideas and Literary Theory

 

4. Specializations:

The scholars specialize on diverse Research fields including Popular Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Continental Philosophy, Multiculturalism, Literary traditions, Film and Visual Culture etc.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Scholars have options for internships. Teaching and Research assistantship is encouraged

 

7. Eligibility

As per UGC norms
Admission procedure: Adamas University Entrance Test.

Download Course Structure
B. A. in English (3 Years)

1. Introduction to the course

BA (Hons.) in English offers a diverse curriculum modeled after the UGC CBCS syllabus. The course content is evenly distributed over 6 semesters with focus on the research aptitude as well as the future employability of the students. Besides running regular courses in relation to English Language and Literature, the Department also offers courses like Creative Writing, Film Studies, Popular Literature, Digital Humanities etc.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Have a through grounding in English Language and Literature
• Have skills like editing, translation, presentations communication etc.
• Be prepared for competitive exams.
• Be prepared to undertake rudimentary research for Masters course
• Be employable for diverse industries.

 

3. Subjects covered:

The course covers subjects like Indian writing in English, British poetry and drama: 14th to 17th centuries, British Poetry and Drama: 17th And 18th Centuries, Indian Classical Literature, British Literature: 18th Century, British Romantic Literature, Popular Literature, Modern European Drama, American Literature, Women’s Writing, Postcolonial Literatures, Literatures of The Indian Diaspora, British Literature: Post World War II, Literary Theory, Science Fiction and Detective Literature, Literature and Cinema, World Literatures, Travel Writing, Autobiography, Language Teaching and Creative Writing

 

4. Specializations:

The course structure is diverse enough to provide an in depth grounding on several aspects of British, American, and Continental English Literature and Theory.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Though internship is optional, the students have successfully applied and received offered of internships from organizations like Pearl Academy, Educare, Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez Content Writing and other educational, content writing and media organizations.

 

7. Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

Several students have been placed creditably through CDC in Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez and Pearl Academy.

 

8. Eligibility

50% overall in 10+2 with respective subjects

View Course Structure
M. A. in English (2 years)

1. Introduction to the course

MA in English readies the students with an overall understanding of the diverse literary traditions of the world. Besides conventional British and American literary studies, the course also provides a thorough grounding of Literary Theory and contemporary literary thinking. The Department also ensures that each student receives a considerable degree of exposure to esteemed academic institutions all over the world as also to nationally and internationally acclaimed journals.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Be ready to enter International research arena through participation in workshops and conferences.
• Have advanced understanding of Literary Theory and alternative literary traditions.
• Be ready to successfully write NET/SET and other competitive exams.
• Be employable in teaching, research and other industries like editing, publishing, creative writing, PR, HR, corporate communication etc.

 

3. Subjects covered:

Besides writing two Academic dissertations, the course covers subjects like:
Old, Middle and Renaissance Poetry
Renaissance Drama
Seventeenth Century Literature
Linguistics and ELT
Soft Skills
Eighteenth Century Literature
Romantic Literature
Victorian Literature
Research Methodologies and Computer Applications
City in Contemporary Indian Writings
Literature and Visual Arts
World Literature in Translation
Film Adaptation
Literatures from Africa
Modern Literature
Literary Criticism
Indian Literature in Translation
Children’s Literature in English
Partition Literature
Tagore Studies
Postmodern Literature
Introduction to Literary Theory
Literary Theory: Contemporary Developments
Postcolonial Literature
Feminism and Gender
American Literature
Popular Literature and Culture

 

4. Specializations:

The course offers options of advanced learning in American Literature, visual arts, Postcolonial writing and Literary Theory besides ELT and Film studies.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Internship is optional and the students have a choice between internships and projectwork. The students interested in Research opt Project, while industry aspirants choose Internships. Several students have been offered Internships with the RICE group and some other education and content writing organizations.

 

7. Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

Several students have been placed creditably through CDC in Thyrocare, Nerdy Turtlez and Pearl Academy. Two students have recently been offered faculty positions in SOET, Adamas University

 

8. Eligibility

50% overall in Graduation in with respective subject

View Course Structure
M. Phil in English

1. Introduction to the course

MPhil in English is a research degree preparing the scholars with an academic rigour paving the way for a full fledged doctoral research. The coursework is spread over 3 semesters and consists of both taught and reading courses, where the fledgling scholars are mentored into thinking critically and preparing the final dissertation as a unique contribution to the concerned field.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Think and write Research papers for publication and presentation.
• Raise unique research questions.
• Be prepared to draft Unique PhD proposals

 

3. Subjects covered:

Research Methodology
Computer Skill
History of Ideas and Literary Theory
Genre Theory

 

4. Specializations:

The scholars specialize on diverse Research fields including Popular Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Continental Philosophy, Multiculturalism, Literary traditions, Film and Visual Culture etc.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Scholars have options for internships. Teaching and Research assistantship is encouraged

 

7. Eligibility

As per UGC norms

Download Course Structure
Ph.D in English (3 years min.)

1. Introduction to the course

PhD is English is a highly competitive and demanding degree. The supervisors are careful to mentor the scholars in creating new knowledge with a scope for rigorous academic depth. The coursework (if not attended during MPhil) is carefully planned for methodological foundation of scholars and is adaptable to the research interests of the ongoing batches of scholars. The final dissertation is carefully supervised to be a credit to the changing dynamics of world academia.

 

2. What are the learning outcomes?

The students are expected to:
• Think and write Research papers for publication and presentation.
• Raise unique research questions.
• Prepare publishable PhD thesis
• Create new knowledge

 

3. Subjects covered:

Research Methodology
Computer Skill
History of Ideas and Literary Theory

 

4. Specializations:

The scholars specialize on diverse Research fields including Popular Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Continental Philosophy, Multiculturalism, Literary traditions, Film and Visual Culture etc.

 

5. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

Language Lab available with up to date technical support.

 

6. Internships/Project work

Scholars have options for internships. Teaching and Research assistantship is encouraged

 

7. Eligibility

As per UGC norms
Admission procedure: Adamas University Entrance Test.

Download Course Structure