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Objectives


  • Further expansion of understanding related to various streams of literary trends and linguistics.
  • Development of better expressive skills leading to self development as literary personnel.
  • Capacity to discern the literary trends across continents so as to inculcate pertinent “global” mental makeup.
  • Exploring better prospects for higher education in the chosen literature by contributing to it as a teacher, researcher, or writer.

Eligibility:- Bachelors’ Degree (TDC) from any recognized university in any discipline or its equivalent.

Credit

72

Duration

Min 2 yrs and Max 4 yrs.

Programe Structure


Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

MEG - 101

Modern English Usage, Phonetics

and Language

8

2.

MEG - 102

English Literature : Elizabethans and

Augustans

8

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

MEG - 201

English Literature : Pre-romantics

and Romantics

8

2.

MEG - 202

Victorian Literature

8

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

MEG - 301

Literary Theory

8

2.

MEG - 302

Twentieth Century Literature : Poetry and Drama

8

3.

MEG - 303

Twentieth Century Literature : Prose

and Fiction

8

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

 

4.

 

MEG - 401

American Literature

 

8

 

5.

 

MEG - 402

Applied Linguistics and Contemporary English Grammer

 

8

Examination and Evaluation Pattern:

Internal Assignment

The Internal Assignment component will have the weightage of 30% marks. Two assignments each of 15 marks will be given in each course. The Internal Assignments are to be submitted to the University before the Term-End-Examination. Download your Internal Assignment question papers from the ERP Login/website. Marks obtained in assignments shall be shown separately in the Marks sheets.

Term-End-Examination

There shall be a Term-End-Examination at the end of the minimum duration of the study i.e. Semester. It carries a weightage of 70% marks. Term-End Examination will be held in the months of June and December every year. The students are at liberty to appear in any of the examinations conducted by the university during the year subject to the completion of the minimum time frame prescribed for the chosen programme. No separate Examination details are to be filled with Admission Form and it is presumed that a student taking admission is appearing in all the courses/ papers of the programme of the study. For appearing in the examination of due papers a student has to submit Back Examination form available in the prospectus along with the requisite examination fee (Rs. 1800/-) before the due date. If a student does not appear in any Term-End Examination, he/she may appear in the subsequent Term-End-Examinations subject to a maximum of the credit ceiling prescribed by the University for an Examination. This facility will be available to a student to secure the minimum pass grade during the maximum duration prescribed for the programme. For pass in any paper/ course of MA (English) it is mandatory for a student to secure minimum 30% marks in the Internal Assignment and Term-End-Examination separately and overall 35% in that paper/ course. The marks obtained in Assignments and Term-End-Examination shall be shown separately in the Marks sheet. The successful candidates shall be classified as per the following table:

I Division 60% and above
II Division 48% and less than 60%
Pass 35% and less than 48%

Self Learning Material