Department of English

Under Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :21/10/2021

COURSE.NAME :

BA (GENERAL ENGLISH) I TO III SEMESTER

COURSE.SPEC :

General/ Functional English

COURSE.NOS :

All BA/BSc/BCom students at AMU

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

Students will be able to use the training gained from this Programme in areas such as Content Writing, Editing, Office Communication, Speaking Skills, Presentation Skills, Skills for Interviews, Negotiating Skills and all other language-related Fileds. 

COURSE.PEO :

The BA General English Programme runs in the first three semesters of all the BA/BSc/BCom Programmes offered by the University. It aims to make learners perceptive to English language proficiency by offering comprehensive training in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills. It helps learners develop an understanding of soft skills needed in both informal and formal settings.

In order to impart a comprehensive training as well as to facilitate self paced learning and self monitored progress, the Department of English has designed its own text in collaboration with Cambridge Press.  

COURSE.PO :

By the end of this Programme, students will be able to:

Develop an understanding of language functions.

Employ Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing skills to the optimum in informal and formal settings.

Articulate efficiently using verbal and non-verbal skills. 

Confidently exhibit acquisition of life-skills.


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Yes

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BA ENGLISH (SUBSIDIARY) I-IV SEMESTER

COURSE.SPEC :

Literature

COURSE.NOS :

Open to Humanities and Social Sciences

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide 

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

Students can pursue careers in Teaching, Copy writing, Editing. Content Writing, Creative Writing and Civil Services. 

COURSE.PEO :

The BA Subsidiary Programme facilitates students to place, comprehend and develop critical thinking skills in English Literature and World Literatures. It also has components which enable learners to get foundation knowledge of how language functions. 

COURSE.PO :

By the end of this Programme, students will be able to:

Develop comprehensive understanding of the literary, historical and cultural aspect of English Literature and World Literatures.

Articulate opinions and arguments within the larger inter disciplinary framework.

Analyse and evaluate literary texts belonging to different genres by applying literary theories to them.

 

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

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BA ENGLISH (MAIN)

COURSE.SPEC :

Literature

COURSE.NOS :

40

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

Students can pursue careers in Teaching, Research, Translation, Content Writing, Creative Writing and 

COURSE.PEO :

The BA English Programme aims to develop a broad knowledge base of English and World Literature and various 

genres, and their critical traditions in the learner. It introduces the learners to the concept and practice of critical thinking, analysis and  evaluation. The Programme includes components such as Seminar Presentation and Projects which teach 
, time management, information retrieval and management, effective communication skills and use of advanced ICT facilities.

COURSE.PO :

By the end of the Programme, students will be able to:

Demonstrate knowledge of literary, cultural and historical contexts of English and World Literatures.

Produce original interpretation, arguments and research pertaining to literature.

Articulate opinions in multi and inter disciplinary fields.  


COURSE.Accr :

Yes

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BA COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

COURSE.SPEC :

Communicative English

COURSE.NOS :

15

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

Students can take up careers in Journalism, Civil Services, Teaching, Tourism, Translation and Life skill training 

COURSE.PEO :

The BA Communicative English Programme enables learners to develop advance skills in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing (LSRW). It exposes learners to various domains of ESP practices. It also sensitises learners to the potential of literature in developing language skills. It introduces learners to state of the art language lab and ICT facilities. The Programme promotes community- interaction activities as well.



COURSE.PO :

By the end of the BA CE Programme, learners will be able to:


Practice and apply situational based functional use of language. 

Use oral and presentation skills in simulated and real life situations. 

Negotiate through various domains of ESP practices. 

Develop hands on experience in translation and interpretation. 

Embody the active use of new technology for language learning.


COURSE.Accr :

Yes

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BA (English and Communicative English) Main, Subsidiary and Compulsory (2015-2016)

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