B.A English Language and Literature is a three year full time course divided into six semesters. The course demands minimum eligibility of 10+2 from recognized board or equivalent with good communication skills. Literature exposes students to different vocabulary, sentence structure, imagery and narrative than textbooks do. Moreover literature is a means of exploring what is to be human. It is a door to understanding people, societies, events and culture.

Course Highlights

Course LevelUnder Graduate
Duration3 years
Examination TypeSemester System
Eligibility10+2
Admission ProcessMerit-Based
Course FeeINR 50,000 to 103000
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 to 10 lakh

B.A. English Language and Literature: Eligibility

For joining a bachelor’s degree course, the candidate must have passed the higher secondary school certificate or 10+2 from a recognized board or equivalent with good communication skills.

B.A. English Language and Literature: Syllabus and Course Description

Semester ISemester II
ENG1A01 English- Transactions (Paper -I) ENG2A03 English- Writing for Academic and Professional Success (Paper -I)
ENG1A02 English- Ways With Words (Paper-II) ENG2A04 English- Zeitgeist (Paper-II)
HIN/MAL1A07HIN/ MAL2A08
ENG1B01 Introducing LiteratureENG2B02 Appreciating Poetry
JOU1(2)CO1 Introduction to Communication and Journalism ICP1(2)CO1 Indian Constitution and Politics: Basic Features and Governmental structures
Semester IIISemester IV
ENG3A05 Signatures- Expressing the SelfENG4B05 Appreciating Fiction
HIN/ MAL3A09ENG4A06 Spectrum- Literature and Contemporary Issues
ENG3B03 Appreciating ProseHIN/MAL4A10
ENG3B04 English Grammar and Usage ENG4B06 Literary Criticism
ICP4(3)CO3: Indian Constitution and Politics: Federalism, Decentralisation and Political DynamicsJOU4(3)CO1 Journalistic Practices
Semester VSemester VI
ENG5B07 Appreciating Drama and TheatreENG6B11 Voices of Women
ENG5B08 Literary Theory ENG5B09 Language and Linguistics ENG6B12 Classics of World Literature
 ENG5B10 Indian Writing in English ENG6B13 Film Studies
Courses from another dept. ENG6B14 New Literatures in English
Project/ Research Methodology ENG6B17 Writing for the Media
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