A student of English major course, on her completion of the course, will be competent in four principal domains:

•Knowledge
Ø Develop understanding of the literary tendencies of the various ages of English literature
Ø Define the literary and critical traditions that shaped English literature
Ø Understand the historical and cultural range of literature written in English
Ø Elucidate the development of English as a literary and global language
Ø Recognize and understand the rhetorical elements in a text

•Theories and methods of reading 
Ø Explicate the theories of reading
Ø Employ the theories of reading to interpret texts
ØI integrate theory and texts for broader understanding

•Critical thinking skills 
Ø Apply cultural, socio-political, and economical aspects to interpret and analyse texts
Ø Interrogate issues like race, gender, class, sexuality, ethnicity and such other issues in the context of theoretical and textual knowledge
Ø Develop independent, imaginative, and intellectual thought processes which integrate knowledge and applicability
Ø Articulate the co-relation between literature and society

•Communicative and writing skills
Ø Ability to write analytical and focused essays/seminar paper
Ø Communicate thoughts and ideas through discussions


COURSE OUTCOME
SEMESTER: FIRST
PAPER:  ENGM 101
TITLE: History of English Society and Culture I (Anglo Saxon to the Restoration)
OUTCOME:
Ø Identify signposts of English society and culture from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Restoration
Ø Acquaint with events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period, with clear awareness of parallel or related trends in the continent

SEMESTER: SECOND
PAPER:  ENGM 201
TITLE: History of English Society and Culture II (From the 18th century to the 20th Century)
OUTCOME:
Ø Identify signposts of English society and culture from the 18th century to the twentieth.
Ø Acquaint with events ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period, with clear awareness of parallel or related trends in the continent.
Ø Familiarize with the movements and issues that define the ethos of the period under scrutiny.

SEMESTER: THIRD
PAPER:  ENGM 301
TITLE: History of the English Language, Critical Terms, and Classical Mythology
OUTCOME:
Ø Develop understanding of the history of the English language, both synchronic and diachronic
Ø Explore the different elements such as influences, borrowings, and changes
Ø Acuminate critical skill and sensibility through a habituation of common critical terms and concepts
Ø Acquaint with major events and characters in classical mythology to acclimatize with western literature as part of larger socio-cultural contexts

SEMESTER: THIRD
PAPER:  ENGM 302
TITLE: Reading Poetry
OUTCOME:
Ø Develop understanding and taste for poetry through an acquaintance of major poets and poems  from Shakespeare to Eliot
Ø Become cognizant of the movements and issues that define the ethos of the text under scrutiny.

SEMESTER: FOURTH
PAPER:  ENGM 401
TITLE: Reading Prose and Fiction
OUTCOME:
Ø Become conversant with essays and non-fictional prose  through a study of major literary figures essayists and non-fictional writers
Ø Familiarize with the beginnings of the English novel as a literary genre primarily through Henry Fielding and Jane Austen.
Ø Identify key issues that framed non-fictional and fictional writings

SEMESTER: FOURTH
PAPER:  ENGM 402
TITLE: Reading Fiction
OUTCOME:
Ø Understand the different socio-political contexts of origin, reception, and development of the English novel
Ø Get acquainted with the defining English novelists from Dickens to Lawrence
Ø Integrate the cultural and historical background with the texts to understand the ethos of the texts under scrutiny

SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  ENGM 501
TITLE: Reading Drama
OUTCOME:
Ø Develop an understanding of the growth of English drama
Ø Appraisal of the dramatists from Marlowe to Beckett
Ø Assessment of the cultural and historical background of the prescribed texts

SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  ENGM 502
TITLE: Criticism I
OUTCOME:
Ø Evaluate major critical texts from the classical period, Renaissance, and the neo-classical period
Ø Contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts
Ø Analyses the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the prescribed texts to understand the common trajectory of growth of western literary criticism

SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  ENGM 503
TITLE: Great European Thinkers
OUTCOME:
Ø Assess the major philosophical texts from the early modern period to the twentieth century
Ø Contextualize philosophical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts
Ø Develop an understanding of the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the prescribed texts
Ø Instil a sense of critical inquiry into philosophical as well as literary-critical texts

SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  ENGM 504
TITLE: Indian Writing in English
OUTCOME:
Ø Identify the nuances of Indian culture and life with reference to seminal texts of Indian Writings in English
Ø Assessment of importance and relevance of Indian Writings in English in the contemporary world
Ø Evaluate the history and reception of Indian Writings in English

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  ENGM 601
TITLE: Criticism II
OUTCOME:
Ø Evaluate major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century
Ø Contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts
Ø Develop an understanding of the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the prescribed texts
Ø Analyses the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the prescribed texts to understand the common trajectory of growth of literary criticism

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  ENGM 602
TITLE: Literature of the USA
OUTCOME:
Ø Acculturate with the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation
Ø Familiarize with the history and development of American literature
Ø Assessment of the seminal texts of American literature to locate the issues and trends that defined the literature

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  ENGM 603
TITLE: Literature in the Postcolonial World
OUTCOME:
Ø Inculcate the concept of post colonialism to analyses seminal postcolonial novels
Ø Interrogate the complex negotiations between the colonizer and the colonized and the transformations in societies and cultures in India, African region

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  ENGM 604
TITLE: Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics
OUTCOME:
Ø Introduce some basic concepts associated with language
Ø Familiarize the sound system of English and English syntax to stimulate effective communication in English

GENERAL ENGLISH
PROGRAMME  SPECIFIC  OUTCOME
A student of English core course, on her completion of the course, will be competent in the following principal domains:
•Knowledge
Ø Assimilate knowledge about diverse literary writings
Ø Interpret and appraise texts
Ø Basic ideas of the requirements of professional and creative writing
•Communicative and writing skills
Ø Coherent, creative and sophisticated stylistic choices in language and structure
Ø Develop communication skills by building on their  linguistic literary and/or cultural skills
COURSE OUTCOME
SEMESTER: FIRST
PAPER:  ENGG 101
TITLE: General English Paper I
OUTCOME:
Ø Acquire basic skills in written communication
Ø Become competent in different modes of writing and comprehension which shall include analysis and interpretation

SEMESTER: SECOND
PAPER:  ENGG 201
TITLE: General English Paper II
OUTCOME:
Ø Appreciate different kinds of creative writing
Ø Inculcate desirable social values
Ø Develop language and communication skills through a study of short pieces of fiction and non-fiction

SEMESTER: THIRD
PAPER:  ENGG 301
TITLE: General English Paper III
OUTCOME:
Ø Familiarizes with major English poems from the Romantic to the Modern Period by English, American and Indian poets
Ø Identify the general ethos of Russian drama
Ø Acquaint with other literary cultures besides English

ALTERNATIVE ENGLISH
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES 
A student of Alternative English course, on her completion of the course, will be competent in the following principal domains:
•Knowledge
Ø Acquire knowledge about various genres of literary writings
Ø Acquaint with the literary styles of poets and prose writers
•Critical thinking skills 
Ø Interrogate the socio-cultural background of the prescribed texts to arrive at an understanding of the co-relation of society and literature
Ø Assess and appreciate texts critically


COURSE OUTCOME
SEMESTER: FIRST
PAPER:  ALTE 101
TITLE: Alternative English Paper I
OUTCOME:
Ø Acquire skills in writing and literary appreciation
Ø Familiarizes with poetry as a genre
Ø Appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds of the prescribed poems

SEMESTER: SECOND
PAPER:  ALTE 201
TITLE: Alternative English Paper II
OUTCOME:
Ø Appreciate different kinds of creative writing
Ø Inculcate desirable social values
Ø Acquaint with the ideas of famous writers and thinkers
Ø Acquire perception through the a study prescribed prose pieces

SEMESTER: FOURTH
PAPER:  ALTE 401
TITLE: Alternative English Paper III
OUTCOME:
Ø Familiarizes with literary genres such as fiction and short stories
Ø Develop skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature
Ø Acquaint with American fiction and Indian fiction
Ø Understand the different narrative styles adopted by the writers prescribed in the course

COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

A student of Communicative Skills course, on her completion of the course, will be competent in the following principal domains:
•Knowledge
Ø Acquire competency in communicative skills
Ø Language comprehension and applicability
•Writing Skills
Ø Acquire skills in academic and professional writing
COURSE OUTCOME
SEMESTER: THIRD
PAPER:  CMSK 301
TITLE: Communication Skills
OUTCOME:
Ø Become prepared for competitive examinations
Ø Develop skills and abilities that may be necessary for their future academic and professional needs and interests
Ø Acquire skills in language comprehension, composition, grammar and oral communication

SKILL BASED COURSE: CREATIVE WRITING

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME


A student of Skill Based course, on her completion of the course, will be competent in the following principal domains:
•Knowledge
Ø Acquaint with the basics for skill enhancement
Ø Familiarizes with the various avenues of skill development
•Specific Skill
Ø Assess the areas of creative writing
Ø Develop professional writing skills

COURSE OUTCOME
SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  CRWG 501
TITLE: Basics of Creative Writing
OUTCOME:
Ø Understand the basic concepts of creative writing
Ø Familiarizes with terms like author, reader, and the relationship between them
Ø Acquaint with the qualities of a good writer

SEMESTER: FIFTH
PAPER:  CRWG 502
TITLE: Modes of Creative Writings-I
OUTCOME:
Ø Asses the components of fiction
Ø Understand the relation between narrative techniques and  fiction
Ø Asses the types of feature writing
Ø Acquaint with the techniques of feature writing

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  CRWG 601
TITLE: Modes of Creative Writings-II
OUTCOME:
Ø Acquire knowledge about drama, poetry, and script writing
Ø Understand about the modes of drama, structure and composition of drama
Ø Familiarizes with elements and composition of poetry, principles of cinematic narration, concepts of script writing for films and documentary

SEMESTER: SIXTH
PAPER:  CRWG 602
TITLE: Project
OUTCOME:
Ø Prepare for the actual process of writing creatively
Ø Engage in involved thinking and output
Ø Assess and evaluate oneself regarding ones true abilities
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