About The Program

The ICFAI University offers a B.A. in English (Honours) Course. This Program places a strong emphasis on the comprehensive study of English literature, encompassing poetry, prose, essays and various other literary works. Furthermore, the B.A English (Honours) curriculum incorporates novels from different genres. This Course aids Students in honing their skills in reading, writing and fluent speaking in English. Beyond this, it enhances Students’ intellectual capabilities and broadens their comprehension of literature through extensive reading, making them more proficient.

    • An Applicant should have passed Class XII (or an equivalent Examination) in any discipline with an aggregate of 40% or higher marks. Students awaiting the results of their final Examinations in Class XII are also eligible to apply.
    • Three years (Six Semesters).
    • The Curriculum is mostly contemporary and innovatively designed and developed in association with academicians and professional experts and as per the guidelines of the UGC. The Program is divided into six Semesters to spread over three years.
    B.A. English (Hons.) Program Structure
    Year I Semester - I Semester - II
    • Introduction to poetry
    • Introduction to Fiction and Non- Fiction
    • English language
    • Media and Communication
    • History of English Literature- I
    • The politics of English Language
    • Introduction to Computers
    • English Phonetics and Grammar
    • Introduction to Drama
    • Environmental Studies
    • Academic Writing and Composition
    • History of English Literature II
    • Shakespeare
    • Rise of Novel
    Year II Semester - III Semester - IV
    • British Poetry
    • British Fiction
    • Autobiography
    • History of English Literature III
    • Popular Fiction
    • Literary Criticism
    • Indian Writing in English -I
    • English Novel
    • Film Studies
    • History of English Literature -IV
    • English Drama
    Year III Semester - V Semester - VI
    • Women’s Writing
    • American Literature
    • Literature and cinema
    • Literary Theory
    • Indian Aesthetics and Literature
    • Introduction to Translation Studies
    • History- I
    • Dalit Writing in India
    • Post-Colonial Literature
    • Introduction to World Literature
    • Theatre and performing Arts
    • Partition Literature
    • The process of Creative writing
    • History- II
    The program structure is subject to change (if required)