About The Program

The BA English (Hons.) Program is a 3-year campusbased program offered to impart in-depth knowledge and a broad understanding of the subject. The program focuses on various areas of social science and liberal arts and hones the necessary skills required for the students to go ahead in their professional lives beyond the University.

    • Pass in Class XII (or equivalent), in any discipline with aggregate 45% and above marks with English as one of the subjects.
    • Three years (Six Semesters).
    • The curriculum is contemporary and innovatively designed and developed in association with academicians and professional experts. The program is divided into six semesters consisting of 36 courses to be covered in six semesters spread over three years. From the 1st semester, students are exposed to various elective courses. The actual offering of electives will, however, depend on an optimal number of students opting for the same elective, which is decided from time to time.
    B.A. English (Hons.) Program Structure
    Year I Semester - I Semester - II
    • Indian Classical Literature
    • European Classical Literature
    • English Communication
    • Media and Communication Skills
    • British History
    • Elizabethan Poetry
    • Indian Writing in English
    • British Poetry and Drama: 14th to 17th Centuries
    • Environment Study
    • Academic Writing and Composition
    • 18th Century Poetry and Prose
    • 18th Century Novel & Drama
    Year II Semester - III Semester - IV
    • American Literature
    • Popular Literature
    • British Poetry & Drama: 17th and 18th centuries
    • Language and Linguistics
    • Romantic Poetry
    • Romantic Nove
    • British Literature: 18th Century
    • British Romantic Literature
    • British Literature: 19th century
    • Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment
    • Indian English Poetry
    • Indian English Novel
    Year III Semester - V Semester - VI
    • Women's Writing
    • British Literature: The Early 20th century
    • Literary Criticism
    • Partition Literature
    • Literature and Cinema
    • Literary Criticism-I
    • Modern European Drama
    • Postcolonial Literature
    • Modern Indian Writing in English Translation
    • Literary Theory
    • Text and Performance
    • Literary Criticism-I
    The program structure is subject to change (if required)