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B.A. (English Hons)

B.A. (English Hons)

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Program Key Stats

2021

Admission Session

Any Student passed 10+2 Arts/ Science/
Commerce

Eligibility criteria

3 Years

Duration

₹ 60000

Fees

Program
Overview

The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English is one of the most preferable choices among students who are passionate about reading and enjoy critical thinking. The programme intends to familiarise the students to the extensive study of literature which includes various types of poetry, prose, novels, drama etc. Through this progamme, the students study about the different periods of literature which helps them to interprete and analyse how literatures and writings evolved over the time.

The University offers programme in the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English is a three–year full time programme spread over six semesters of classroom interaction. The programme prepares the students to formulate analysis and critical insights deeply ingrained in the suitable methodological contexts, through reflective reading and writing practices.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English will enable the potential learners to get exposed through immersive experiences such as rendezvous with writers from all walks of life, engaging in discourses with academicians, publishers, editors, journalists; and plethora of opportunities to train and work as research assistants in the future endeavours.

Why B.A.
(English Hons)

  • Designed on CBCS pattern
  • Innovative teaching pedagogy
  • Experienced faculty from industry, profession and academics
  • Continuous evaluation pattern
  • Separate hostel facilities for boys and girls inside the campus

Course Curriculum

A student will undergo minimum 140 credits of course work during the three-year programme. The courses have been classified into credits. A course carrying 100 marks shall be equivalent to 6 credits and the course carrying 50 marks shall be equivalent to 2 credits.

The curriculum consists of 140 credits where Ability Enhancement Courses (AECC) are of 4 credits, Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) are of 4 credits, Core Discipline courses are of 84 credits, Generic Electives (GE) are of 24 credits and Discipline Specific Electives (DSE) are of 24 credits.

Semester - I

  • History of Literature and Philology
  • European Classical Literature
  • Academic Writing and Composition
  • Environment Science

Semester – II

  • British Poetry and Drama (14th- 17th Century)
  • Indian Writings in English
  • Media and Communication Skills
  • Communicative English

Semester – III

  • British Poetry and Drama (17th- 18th Century)
  • American Literature
  • Popular Literature
  • Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment
  • Soft Skills

Semester – IV

  • British Literature (18th Century)
  • British Romantic Literature
  • 19th Century British Literature
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Art of Public Speaking

Semester – V

  • Postcolonial Literatures
  • Aearly 20th Century British Literature
  • Electives (Choose Any Two)
  • Literary Theory
  • Partition Literature
  • Science Fiction and Detective Literature

Semester – VI

  • Women’s Writing
  • Modern European Drama
  • Electives (Choose Any Two)
  • Literary Criticism
  • Literature and Cinema
  • Research Methodology

Let us help you to make the right career decision

FOR WHOM

  • Any Student who has passed +2 Arts/ Science/Commerce or its equivalent public examination.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Passed Class 12 in any stream from a recognised board with a minimum of 45% aggregate.

Faculty

Dr. Apurva Sahay

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Barada P Mohapatra

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Bhagaban Jayasingh

Professor & Dean

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Dr. Bhakta Bandhu Dash

Sr. Assistant Professor

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Dr. Biswajeet Pattanayak

President & Professor

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Dr. Haradhan Das

Professor

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Dr. Jhum Swain

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Jyoti Ranjan Mohanty

Professor

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Dr. Kalyan Shankar Ray

Professor

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Dr. Kaushik Nagadev Bhuyan

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Manmath Nath Samantaray

Associate Professor

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Dr. Padmanava Mohapatra

Sr. Assistant Professor

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Dr. Phalgu Niranjana

Professor

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Dr. Rupsa Mahapatra

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Sachidanand Sogala

Adjunct Professor

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Dr. Shekhar Murthy

Professor

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Dr. Smaraki Pattanayak

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Sunil Kumar Das Bendi

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Susanta Kumar Kanungo

Adjunct Faculty

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Dr. Thomas Mathew

Professor Emeritus

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Prof. Avijit Mondal

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Pratap Kumar Pati

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Saroj Kumar Bishey

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Swasti Suvasweta Satpathy

Assistant Professor

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