The School of Languages, Literature and Society was set up in 2008. The programmes of the school are designed to provide knowledge and competence in the fields of literature, language, culture and society for a wide range of professions in such sectors as teaching, civil services, media or public relations. The main objective of the School is to offer training in theories and methods of literary/critical thinking as well as their application in practical contexts. By focusing on specific genres and texts, we encourage students to engage in critical practices that make them aware of the effects of social, political, cultural, historical and ideological formulations. The School also prepares and trains the students to avail the opportunities in the spheres that need language competence. The teaching is supplemented with seminar presentations, projects and guest lectures by subject experts/specialists. The students are provided opportunities to attend literary fests / cultural events to enhance their literary / artistic sensibilities and enhance their skills in literary appreciation.

Course Offered

B. A. (HONS.) ENGLISH

Duration: 3 years

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

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

B.A. HONS. + M.A. ENGLISH

Duration: 5 years

Eligibility: 10+2 (any stream) for BA(Hons) and II Div. for MA programme

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

M.A. ENGLISH (LITERATURE & LANGUAGE)

Duration: 2 years

Eligibility: Graduation (any stream) preferably with English as Elective in B.A.

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

M.A. - M.PHIL (ENGLISH) (INTEGRATED)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Graduation (any stream) preferably with II Division and 55% in M.A. English for M.Phil. programme

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test, Personal Interview

M.A. - Ph.D (ENGLISH) (INTEGRATED)

Duration: 5 years

Eligibility:

Graduation with Eng. with Min. II Division and 55% in M.A. for Ph.D.

Selection Procedure:

Entrance Test, Personal Interview

M.PHIL. (ENGLISH)

Duration: 1 Year

Eligibility:

Master's Degree in English / Linguistics with 55 % marks in aggregate

Selection Procedure:

Entrance and Interview

Ph. D. (ENGLISH)

Duration: Minimum 3 Years

Eligibility:

Master's Degree in English / Linguistics with 55 % marks in aggregate

Selection Procedure:

Entrance and Interview

DIPLOMA IN FRENCH

Duration: 1 Year

Eligibility: 10+2 with proficiency in English

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

PG DIPLOMA IN LINGUISTICS

Duration: 6 Months

Eligibility: Graduation in English

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

PG DIPLOMA IN PHONETICS & SPOKEN ENGLISH

Duration: 6 Months

Eligibility: Graduation in English

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

Faculty

Sl.no Name Qualification Designation Specialization Years of Experience
1Prof. K.K. GautamM.A.(English), M.A.(ELT) Leeds University, PG Dip, & M.Litt.(CIEFL), PhD (KUK)Professor and DirectorModern Drama, Linguistics/ELT/Phonetics, Stylistics38
2Dr.Rana Zaidi MA, PhD (English) Associate Professor, HoD Post-colonial Literature, American Literature, Romantics, Feminism 22
3Dr.Mukti UpadhyayM.A.(English), M.A(Sociology), B.Ed., B.Music, M.Phil, PhD (English)Associate ProfessorFeminism, Soft Skills17.5
4Dr.Arti PuriPhD, NET-EducationAssistant ProfessorDiasporic Literature15
5Ms.Pratima DwivediM.A.(English), M.A.(Sanskrit), B.Ed., PhD (Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorCommunication Skills18
6Ms.Neeta KumariM.A.(Public Administration), M.A.(English), R-TET, C-TET, REET, RS-CIT, Dip. (CSc)Assistant ProfessorCommunication Skills12
7Mr.Kapil SharmaM.A. English, Mphil, B.Ed., PhD (Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorTheatre of the Absurd, Communication Skills8.5
8Ms.Seema SharmaM.A., Mphil (English), PhD (Submitted)Assistant ProfessorBritish Literature, Literary Criticism, Critical Theories, Stylistics8.5
9Ms.Kratika MathurM.A.(English), MBA, B.Ed., PhD(Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorChildren's Literature, Indian Writing in English5
10Ms.Shalini SiheM.A.(English), PhD (Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorGender Studies1.5
11Mr.Nitigya MathurM.A.(English), HP-SET, GJ-SETAssistant ProfessorFilm Studies, Indian Writing in English, Romanticcism, Post Colonial Studies1
12Ms.Swati TewariM.A.(English)Assistant ProfessorGender Studies, Contemporary/World Literature, Film and Media Studies, Cultural Theories, Popular Fiction0.5