Wednesday, August 12, 2020

BA in English deals with the study of linguistics and specific areas of literature that has Shakespearean plays, European Literature, and more.

 

ABOUT BA IN ENGLISH SYLLABUS




BA in English deals with the study of linguistics and specific areas of literature that has Shakespearean plays, European Literature, and more. The programmer offers an in-depth knowledge of English grammar and usage, British Literature, critical thinking, diversity, written and communication skills, and more.

The programmer may be a three-year undergraduate course that helps in strengthening the linguistic capabilities wherein the scholars also are introduced to the social, cultural, political, economic and intellectual backgrounds in literary history.

After successfully completing a BA in English, candidates can either choose further studies or choose a career in writing, journalism, blogging, teaching advertising and media, etc.

BA in English Eligibility Criteria

To fulfil the eligibility criteria for BA in English, the candidate must:

Have qualified 10+2 with English as a compulsory subject.

Meet the cut-off score to urge into a university that gives BA in English.

 BA in English Syllabus

First Year:

Indian Classical Literature

Indian Writing in English

European Classical Literature

British Poetry and Drama: 14th to 17th Centuries

Second Year:

American Literature

Popular Literature

British Poetry and Drama: 17th and 18th Centuries

British Literature: 18th Century

British Romantic Literature

British Literature: 18th Century

 

Third Year:

 

Women's Writing

British Literature: the first 20th Century

Modern European Drama

Postcolonial Literatures

Ability Enhancement Course (Compulsory):

English/MIL Communication

Skill Enhancement Course (Any two):

English Language Teaching

Translation Studies

Creative Writing

Technical Writing

Business Communication

Soft Skills

Generic Elective (Any Four):

 

Media and Communication Skills

Language and Linguistics

Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment

Academic Writing and Composition

Readings on Indian Diversities and Literary Movements

Text and Performance

Language, Literature and Culture

Discipline Centric Elective:

 

Modern Indian Writing in English Translation

British Literature: Post war II

World Literature

Literary Theory

Travel Writing

Autobiography

Research Methodology

Nineteenth-Century European Realism

Literature of the Indian Diaspora

Partition Literature

Science Fiction and Detective Literature

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