M. A. English Language and Literature
The core courses of the M.A English Language and Literature programme are designed with a view to give the students a deep knowledge of British literature. Courses in Linguistics, Literary Criticism, Contemporary Literary Theory, Post-Independence Indian Writing in English, Research Methodology for Language and Literature and Contemporary Fiction are also highlights of the programme. It has a wide variety of electives comprising American, Canadian, Australian literatures, Comparative Literature, Indian Literature in Translation, Black Literature, 20th Century American Literature, Women’s Studies and Film Studies. The course aims at giving the learners essential language skills, vital for employability, while instilling in them the maturity for aesthetic enjoyment, for understanding and appreciating values- social, cultural and spiritual so that they are moulded into responsible human beings.
DURATION: 2 years, 4 semesters