BA / BCOM/BSC – COMPULSORY ENGLISH

PSO 1: It helps student to understand short stories and essays on a variety of important topics.

PSO 2:  It makes student to acquaint them with ‘prose’, its meaning and importance.

PSO 3: It helps to strengthen the vocabulary.

PSO 4: The students learn grammar units and write grammatically correct sentences.

PSO 5: It also encourages them to write short reports, personal and business letters, e-mails for a variety of purposes.

PSO 6: The language empowers students to prepare for competitive examination.  

BA - OPTIONAL ENLISH

PSO 1: Students will be able to comprehend excellent pieces of prose and poetry in English literature.

PSO 2: It helps students to get acquainted with the literary genre of fiction, prose, drama, poetry, and criticism.

PSO 3: Students will be able to apply knowledge of English language to improve skills in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing

PSO 4: It helps them to learn, understand, speak phonetically and write grammatical English. 

PSO 5: Students will be able to understand the evolution of criticism and its application in language and literature

PSO 6: It enables students to understand the universal values. It inculcates in the students the habit of reading.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

B. A.  First Year Optional English 

Name of the course: Paper 1: Understanding Prose Fiction

Intended Course Outcomes 1) Learners will be able to appreciate the texts in English Prose Fiction genre. 2) Through responding to different texts of Prose Fiction, the learners will acquaint themselves with the wide range of expressions in the English language. 3) Learners will carry out the tasks of interpretation of novels and short stories by studying the critical analyses of the prescribed texts. 

Name of the course: Paper 2- : Understanding Poetry in English

Intended Course Outcomes: 1) Learners will be able to appreciate English Poetry with an understanding of diverse poetic forms and themes. 2) Through responding to different Poetictexts, the learners will acquaint themselves with the various nuances of poetic expressions in the English language. 3) Learners will carry out the tasks of interpretation of poems by studying the critical analyses of the prescribed texts.

Name of the course: Paper 3- : Understanding Non-Fictional Prose in English

IntendedCourse Outcomes: 1) Learners will be able to appreciate English Non-fictional prose with an understanding of various prose writings as developed through ages. 2) Through responding to different Prose writings learners will be enriched in the use of prose for diverse thematic expressions. 3) Learners will attain a certain degree of proficiency in the interpretation of English prose.

Name of the course: Paper 4- : Understanding Drama in English

Intended Course Outcomes: 1) Learners will be able to appreciate English Drama with an understanding of various dramatic texts. 2) Through responding to different plays learners will be introduced to various types of dramatic experiences. 3) Learners will be able to critically analyse texts from different dramatic genres.

B. A.  First Year Compulsory English 

Name of the course: (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course): English Communication B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.S.W. First Year (Semesters I and II)

Intended Course Outcomes: 1) Through responding to and composing a wide range of texts, the learners will begin to use the English language in the best possible manner.  2) Through the close study of texts, students will develop knowledge, understanding and skills in   order to communicate effectively in English. 3) Learners will value and appreciate the importance of the English language as a key to learning. 4) Learners will gain the personal enrichment from study of literary pieces in English. 5) Learners will acquire ability to communicate through oral and written texts.

B.A. II YEAR OPTIONAL ENGLISH

Semester III Paper No. V Title: Study of Poetry- Sonnets & Elegy

Intended Course Outcomes: 1) the students will acquaint the students with the literary genre of ‘poetry,’ particularly sonnet & Elegy, 2) the students are introduced the meaning, types, features and functions of “sonnet Elegy.”  3)the students are encouraged to read, understand, and appreciate sonnet, elegy 4) The students are introduced with the world-famous sonnets and elegy.  5) The students are inculcated the habit of reading Sonnet &Elegy.

Semester III Paper No. VI Title: Study of Prose- Essays

Intended Course Outcomes: 1)   the students areacquainted with the literary genre of ‘prose,’ particularly Essays. 2) The students are introduced with the meaning, types, features and functions of “Prose -Essays” 3) The students are encouraged to read, understand, and appreciate Essays. 4) The students are inculcated the habit of reading Essays.

Semester IV Paper No. VII Title: Study of Poetry- Odes and Ballads

Intended Course Outcomes: 1) The students are acquainted with the literary genre of ‘poetry,’ particularly Odes and Ballads. 2) They are introduced with the meaning, types, features and functions of “Odes and Ballads” 3) They are encouraged to read, understand, and appreciate Odes and Ballads. 4) They are introduced with the world-famous Odes and Ballads.  5) They are inculcated in the habit of reading Odes and Ballads.

Semester IV Paper No. VIII Title: Study of Prose- Autobiography

Intended Course Outcomes: 1)   They are acquainted with the literary genre of ‘prose,’ particularly Autobiography. 2) They are introduced with the meaning, types, features and functions of “Autobiography.” 3) They are encouraged to read, understand, and appreciate Autobiography. 4) They are inculcated in the habit of reading Autobiography.

B.A. II YEAR COMPULSORY ENGLISH

Compulsory English - Second Year (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

Intended Course Outcomes: 1)  The students are introduced with short stories, essays on a variety of important topics,   2) They are encouraged to understand and appreciate prose writings of well-known writers,   3) They are acquainted with ‘ prose’, its meaning and importance,   4) They are madeto learn grammar items, such as Idioms, Phrases, and reported speech etc.  5) They are enabled to write grammatically accurate sentences, by identifying correct reported speech in writing English.  6) They are prepared for competitive exams by encouraging them to learn English. 

Compulsory English - Second Year (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course)

Intended Course Outcomes: 1)The students are encouraged to understand and appreciate short lyrical poems, 2) They are motivated to enjoy the inherent rhythmic beauty of lyrical poetry,  3) They are acquainted with famous world poets such as Wordsworth, Blake, Keats, Byran, Browning, Lanston Hughes, Tagore etc, 4) They are prepared  for competitive exams by encouraging them to learn English,  5) They are developed in communicative competence by encouraging them to learn to listen, speak, read and write properly, 6)They are developed in  the language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in the students so that they could use the English language in day to day, practical situations, 7) They are made to understand the importance of non-verbal communication, i.e. body language so as to make communicative situations more meaningful, positive and effective. 

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) - Second Year Skills for Employability-I Semester III & Skills for Employability-II Semester IV

Intended Course Outcomes: 1)     Developing a course that meets requirements of the 21st century learners 2) Building Vocabulary comprising Spelling and Pronunciation in English 3) Developing dialogues for Conversation Skills 4) Developing activities for written communication 5) Developing strategies for professional skills and Soft Skills.

B.A. III YEAR OPTIONAL ENGLISH

DSE I - Semester V Title of the course: Literary Theory and Criticism (A) Introduction to Literary Criticism Course/Paper code: DSE-ENG- I Marks 75 (ESE 40 + CA 35) Credits -3 

CourseOutcomes: 1) The knowledge about classical masters of criticism is disseminated 2) Critical ability to read texts in the light of past theories is introduced

Utility of the Course: 1) The learners would develop a critical ability to judge literary texts 2) Critical insight into the past theorists would be developed

Objectives of the Course: 1) To introduce the Greek and Roman literary critics to the learners 2) To acquaint the learners with the English literary critics and criticism 3) To understand the texts of major critics 4) To identify and understand the literary terms, phrases and concepts in English related with the literary theories and criticism 

GE I –Semester V Title of the course: Modern English Structure (A) Introduction to English Speech Sounds Course/Paper code: GE-ENG- I Marks 75 (ESE 40 + CA 35) Credits -3

Course Outcomes 1) The practical aspects of the English language are demonstrated 2) Ability to comprehend and reproduce Standard English is introduced.

Utility of the Course: 1) The learners would be able to understand the system of speech with English sounds 2) The ability to understand and reproduce standard patterns of speech is facilitated

1Objectives: 1) To acquaint the learners with the English speech sounds, syllable and its structure 2) To study the phonemic transcription and consonant clusters 3) To understand the word accent and intonation in English speech 4) To identify the dialects, idiolects and varieties of British English Prerequisites of the course 1) Charts, diagrams, worksheets based on the course content 2) The use of Language laboratory and audio-visual aids would be additionally beneficial to impart instructions

 

SemesterVI

Title of the course: Literary Theory and Criticism (B) Introduction to Literary Theory Course/Paper code: DSE-ENGMarks 75 (ESE 40 + CA 35) Credits -3

Course outcomes: 1) The knowledge about contemporary theories of criticism is disseminated 2) Critical ability to carry out practical criticism is introduced Utility of the Course: 1) The learners would develop ability to analyse literary texts according to the rules of prosody 2) Critical insight into the contemporary theories would be developed

Objectives of the Course: 1) To introduce the prominent literary theories to the learners 2) To acquaint the learners with the global critical schools 3) To understand in depth the major literary theories 4) To enable the learners for undertaking practical criticism

VI Title of the course: Modern English Structure (A) Introduction to English Grammar Course/Paper code: GE-ENG- II Marks 75 (ESE 40 + CA 35) Credits -3 Course 1) The course induces an understanding of the mechanism of the English Language 2) The notion of grammatical correctness in practical usage is highlighted

Course outcomes: 1) Learners are enabled to understand the logics and practices in the field of English grammar 2) The foundational structure of English grammar is explained 3) Learners would be able to use the language with grammatical correctness

Objectives: 1) To acquaint the learners with the English Word Classes. 2) To study word structures and affixes. 3) To study the basic clauses and phrases in English 4) To understand the sentence structure and forms and meaning 5) To identify the common errors and ambiguities in English

Objectives: 1) To acquaint the learners with the English Word Classes. 2) To study word structures and affixes. 3) To study the basic clauses and phrases in English 4) To understand the sentence structure and forms and meaning 5) To identify the common errors and ambiguities in English sentences 6) To comprehend the varieties of English language and its dialects

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) - Third Year Title of the course: Life Skills –I- Semester V Course/Paper code: SEC-ENG- III Credits: 02 (Marks: 50) Periods: 45 (ESE – 25 Marks) (CA- 25 Marks)

Salient Features of the Course 1. The course prepares the learners for a smooth entry in to the world of work 2. Self-awareness and social awareness are developed 3. Skill necessary for digital lifestyle are introduced

Course outcomes: 1) Developing personal and social skills in the learners 2) Creating gender awareness 3) Developing skills for individual and group activities

Objectives: 1) To assist the learners for a smooth transition from student life into the world of work. 2) To develop the skills necessary for understanding oneself and the sociocultural group. 3) To help the learners choose the best ways of utilizing their time, efforts and mental energies. 4) To provide training in skills required to find, understand, evaluate, create, and communicate digital information in a wide variety of formats. 5) To make the learners able to use diverse technologies appropriately and effectively to retrieve information, interpret results, and judge the quality of that information.

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) - Third Year Title of the course: Life Skills -II - Semester VI Course/Paper code: SEC-ENG- IV Credits: 02(Marks: 50) Periods: 45 (ESE – 25 Marks and CA- 25 Marks) 

Course outcomes: 1) the students will learn Digital Literacy2) they will understand the Importance of Digital Literacy 3) they will be able for Interview, Seminar, and Topic Presentation. 4) they will understand Online Transactions and Search Skills, I C T tools: a) Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) and their utility b) Generic tools c) P2P Networking and its uses d) Cyber security and Network Safety