School of Languages, Literature and Society will develop students language skills to enable them to   communicate in professional contexts. At the end of the programme, students will have adequate level of linguistic and cultural competence and will be well prepared for the academic as well as the professional world.

Duration: 3 years

Eligibility:

10+2 (any stream). Preference to those who have passed in II Division

Selection Procedure:

Merit and Interview

Syllabus

Programme Outcome

Curriculum

  • I Semester

    Modern English Usages and Language I
    History of English Literature
    Introduction to English Literature I
    Introduction to English Literature II
    Introduction to Political Science-I
    Compulsory French-I
  • II Semester

    English Usage, Literary Forms and Devices
    Elizabethan Age and Metaphysical
    17th and 18th Century Literature
    Pre-Romantic and Romantic Literature
    Introduction to Political Science-II
    Compulsory French-II
  • III Semester

    Phonetics and Spoken English
    Nineteenth Century Poetry & Drama
    Nineteenth Century Prose & Fiction
    Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama
    Introduction to Political Science-III
    Compulsory French-III
  • IV Semester

    Twentieth Century Prose and Fiction
    Modern English Usages & Language-II
    Indian Writing in English-I
    Indian Writing in English-II
    Introduction to Political Science-IV
    Compulsory French-IV
  • V Semester

    American Literature
    New Literatures
    Major Philosophical Trends
    Media Studies and Film Appreciation
  • VI Semester

    Indian and Western Poetics
    Regional Literatures in Translation
    Critical Theories
    Introduction to Language and Linguistics
    Mini Research Project (followed by Viva Voce)

 

Career Prospects

There are numerous career prospects as experts of literature and language (s) such as :

  • Students who have good skills in writing can be employed as campaign managers, speech writers and other positions that require the sophisticated use of written and spoken English
  • Some of the fields where students with a degree in English can look for careers are: Copywriter, Editor,/ Sub- Editors, and Freelance Writer
  • Writing for print or online publications
  • Media reporters in private sectors