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B.A (Hons.) in English with Specialization in Mass Communication

 

TNU’s B.A. (Hons.) in English with Specialization in Mass Communication Programme is designed to provide students with a strong background of the language domain and develop skills in which these would be widely applicable to various relevant fields. Through a rigorous and combined curriculum of literature, language and linguistics, graduates will be proficient in literary analysis and in areas ranging from Media Ethics, Media Policy, Advertisement, Public Relation, Print Media, Online Media, Electronic Media and Production Skills. This programme also facilitates skills like Editing, Translation, Film Appreciation, and Journalism; all of which are highly prized by employers in almost every profession. Students will be committed to providing the public with media content that meets local and regional needs and is global in outlook and standards. The M.A. English Programme at TNU provides an indepth understanding of different literary genres, texts and popular traditions in the English language as also in English translations. It empowers the students to study these literatures in comparative perspectives and develop a holistic approach to various literary, social, historical and political contexts. It further prepares the students for academic research in English language, literature and related disciplines. It is designed to enable the students to pursue higher studies and develop a critical and independent understanding of literature and the global human condition. In this programme, we also provide additional help to students wanting to pursue an academic future by engaging with them critically and preparing them for relevant qualifying examinations such as the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the CBSE, on behalf of the University Grants Commission (UGC)

Course Offered Duration (in years) Eligibility Criteria
B.A (Hons.) in English with Specialization in Mass Communication 3 12th standard pass with any subject.
M.A In English 2 B.A English pass out.

 

Disclaimer: TNU reserves the right for relaxation in admission criteria for the most deserving candidates.

Course Structure

Semester 1

Subject Name

Credit Points

Poetry

4

European Classics in Translation

4

Non-fiction Prose

4

Optional Papers 1 Women’s Writing in India

4

Optional Paper 2 Popular Literary Traditions

4

TOTAL

20

Semester 2

Subject Name

Credit Points

Drama

4

Fiction

4

Indian Literature in Translation

4

Optional Course 1 Applied Linguistics 1

4

Optional Course 2 Children’s Literature

4

TOTAL

20

Semester 3

Subject Name

Credit Points

Research Methodology

4

Criticism and critical Theory

4

Optional Course 1 Literatures of/from the Margins

4

Optional Course2 Applied Linguistics Paper 2

4

Term Paper

4

TOTAL

20

Semester 4

Subject Name

Credit Points

Postcolonial Literature

4

American Literature

4

Optional 1 Indian Writing in English

4

Optionals 2 Partition Literature

4

Term Paper

4

TOTAL

20

Advisory Committee

Prof.Surabhi Banerjee
 Former Founding Vice Chancellor
 Central University of Orissa, Koraput, Odisha

Prof.Anisur Rahman
 Department of English
 Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Prof. Deb N. Bandyopadhyay
 Vice Chancellor
 Bankura University, Bankura

Prof.Kavita A. Sharma
 President
 South Asian University, New Delhi

Prof.Jharna Sanyal
 Former Head, Department of English
 University of Calcutta, Kolkata

Prof.Tanmay Ghosh
 Department of English
 University of Calcutta, Kolkata

Prof. S. Mohanraj
 Dean, English Language Education
 The English and Foreign Language University
 Hyderabad

Prof. D. Venkat Rao
 Department of English Literature
 The English and Foreign Language University 
 Hyderabad

CAREER PROSPECTS

English degree graduates and post graduates are often required where strong communication and written English skills are top priorities; for example, within the worlds of media and publishing. Mass communication is a vast field covering various facets such asprint journalism, electronic media, online media, advertising, public relations. Some of the other areas for employment are teaching, academic research, translation, editing, technical writing, etc

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  • Phone: +91 9831730966 / +91 916 361 0909
  • Email: contact@tnu.in

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