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PROGRAMMES OFFERED

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1 PhD English
2 B.A.English (Hons.) R2016 (updated upto June 2020) Click Here
B.A. English (Hons) Click Here
Syllabus for common English Course for the year 2019-20 (All B.Tech)
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Academic programmes/ courses are offered with the approval of Academic Council

Ph.D.

  • Areas of Specialization: English Language Teaching – Communication Skills Development, Technology Integrated Language Teaching, English Language Testing, Linguistics.

Courses offered by the Department of English

Department of English has been offering a number of courses to both U.G and P.G. students of our institute. Since 2009, the courses have been updated and modified to align with the requirements of the industry.

For UG programmes:

B.Tech programmes (All branches):
2009 – 2010

  • EN 101 Technical English (I semester)
  • EN 102 Oral Communication (II & III semesters)
  • EN103 Written Communication (II & III semesters)
  • 2010 – 2013

  • EN 101 Technical English (I semester)
  • EN 102 Communication Skills Laboratory – I (II semester)
  • EN 201 Communicaiton Skills Laboratory – II (III semester)
  • 2013 onwards

  • ENB 1181 English
  • ENB1282 Written Communication
  • ENB2181 Oral Communication
  • 2017 onwards

  • ENC 1181 English
  • ENC1282 Written Communication
  • ENC2181 Oral Communication

B.Arch programme:
2010 – 2013

  • EN121 Communicative English – I (I semester)
  • EN 122 Communicative English – II (II semester)

BCA/B.Sc Computer Science
2016 onwards

  • ENC 1182 English (I Semester)
  • ENC1283 GENERAL ENGLISH II (II semester)
  • CAC2158 COMMUNICATION SKILLS (III Semester)
  • B.COM (I & II Semester)
  • ENC1183 GENERAL ENGLISH I (I semester)
  • ENC1284 GENERAL ENGLISH II (II semester)

BBA/B.COM LLB

  • BLC1104 LAW & LANGUAGE (I semester)
  • ENC 1286 BUSINESS ENGLISH (II semester)

B.PHARM

  • BP105T Communication Skills (I Semester)

For PG programmes:

MBA:
2009 – 2013

  • MS 605 Communication Skills – I (I trimester)
  • MS 615 Communication Skills – II (II trimester)
  • 2013 -2014

  • MS 605 Communication Skills (I trimester)

MCA:
2012 – 2014

  • EN 611 Communication Skills Laboratory (II semester)
  • 2014 -2015

  • ENB 6211 Communication Skills Laboratory (II semester)
  • M.Sc. Actuarial Science
    2014 onwards

  • ENB 6281 Communication Skills (II semester)

B.A. English (Hons)

Programme Educational Objectives

  • To deliver knowledge and understanding of English Language and Literature in totality
  • To provide a holistic grooming of communication skills in English encompassing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills
  • To develop fundamental and in-depth knowledge and understanding of the history, evolution, intricacies and development of the language
  • To familiarize learners with the major literary movements in Great Britain, USA, Indian subcontinent and Asian countries
  • To enable learners to analyze and evaluate literary works on the basis of critical theories
  • To enable learners to write academic essays, assignments, research papers
  • To help students investigate on a research topic related to an area with which familiarity has been gained through undergraduate study or derived from an area pursued in one of the taught papers
  • To make them write a dissertation of 8000 words on the approved topic with MLA (Modern Language Association) guidelines

Programme Outcomes

On successful completion of the programme, the graduates will

  • Apply the knowledge ofEnglish Language and Literature to think critically and logically
  • Attain a holistic view of the study of English language and literature
  • Be able to pursue higher education programmes like M.A., M.Phil.,Ph.D,etc.
  • Write research papers and dissertations
  • Aptly use the knowledge and language skill to be employed in the academic field and industries
  • Communicate effectively and perform efficiently in the organization, social and personal life
  • Lead and manage a team effectively in varied situations