M.A. (English)

M.A. (English)

M.A. English Literature focus on the study of writing in English from Anglo Saxon to modern age while covering Indian Writing in English and literature from other parts of the world: American, African, Canadian, Australian and European. Studying the literary texts in an intellectual context, the course also provides learners to inculcate critical skills through literary techniques and discursive approaches for an in-depth study of English Language and Literature


The course of M.A. has been designed to help the students to:

  • To equip the students with the skills that will help them to be placed in premier national and international institutions.
  • To acquaint them and enable them apply the theoretical and methodological tools in the analysis, interpretation and improvisation of the socio-cultural situations.
  • To enable them build a value-based competent personality so that they can influence the well-being of their own self and the society at large.
  • To help them observe, understand, interpret and analyse everyday rising societal complications to contribute with a wise solution to our society and nation.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must have passed Graduation from any recognised University or AICTE recognised Institute/College in any stream with English as compulsory subject with minimum aggregate marks of 45% or CGPA of 5.0 for Gen/OBC and 40% marks or CGPA of 4.5 for SC/ST Category.

M.A. (English)

Duration (in year) 1 2
1. Tuition Fee Rs. 22,000/- Rs. 22,000/-
2. Examination Fee Rs. 3,000/- Rs. 3,000/-
3. Other Fees (Registration, Library, etc.) Rs. 7,000/- Rs. 7,000/-
Development Fund Rs. 5,000/- Rs. 5,000/-
Course Fee Rs. 37,000/- Rs. 37,000/-
Caution Money Rs. 5,000/- -
Total Fee Rs. 42,000/- Rs. 37,000/-
Hostel Fees
(Fees + Caution Money)
Rs. 75000/- + Rs. 5000/- = Rs. 80000/-
Transportation Cost = Rs. 24,000/-


After the completion of the course the student will be:

  • PSO1 : Demonstrate an appropriate level of expertise in linguistics, language teaching, film studies, literary history, literary theory, literary criticism, rhetoric, genres, concepts, movements, schools, terminologies and a wide range of representative literary texts.
  • PSO2 : Interpret, analyse and criticize a given text or situation on the basis of established frameworks; apply latest tools, techniques, theories, concepts and frameworks of English language and literature to assess and explain a given text or situation; demonstrate critical thinking, high-level proficiency and literary aesthetic in speech and writing.
  • PSO3 : Appraise a piece of literature with higher degree of critical thinking; modify, combine, and propose theories, principles and research frameworks to carry out research; develop or create a piece of literary writing in various genres.

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Opportunities For M.A. (English)

After successfully completing the course students have following opportunities:

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  • B.Ed/M.Ed
  • M.Phil
  • Ph.D.
  • Academics
  • Editor
  • Language trainer
  • Technical Writer
  • Soft skill Trainer
  • Content Writer