of the program
Designed to provide a traditional base to English Studies courses from Chaucer to the Modern with special relevance to Shakespeare is taught.
Thrust area is mapping the North American literature from the 19th Century to the present day. Equips students to create a database for further research.
Helps the students to comprehend the varied ways by which literary criticism helped in the generation of new ideas within Humanities and provides knowledge of emergent theories in Humanities.
Comparative and Translation Studies
The courses under these rubric provide sustenance in creating an inter-disciplinary method of inquiry.
Who can prefer this Course
Bachelor’s degree in English with a minimum of 50% of marks in part III or a high second class in English under part I or Part II. The entrance Examination would comprise 100 Multiple Choice Questions of a general nature drawn from Undergraduate syllabi from Indian Universities. The major focus is on poetry, prose, drama and literary criticism — British, American, Indian and New Englishes —that an undergraduate is expected to be familiar with. In other words, an overall awareness of literature is what is tested.