The Department of English has been working towards encouraging young minds to explore and evaluate human relationships. The Department offers both UG and PG courses. The most important skills that the study of literature teaches are analytic and synthetic skills. And as we seek to discover the relationships between the ideas and images we uncover in a work, our ultimate goal is to see the whole — to see how the parts work together to make the piece what it is. In grappling with the complex and difficult ideas contained in literature, we learn to accept the multiple dimensions and ambiguity that are so often present in life.
The study of literature also helps develop our writing abilities as we come to value the written word and understand its power to communicate.
The choice-based credit system (CBCS) is a flexible and learner centric approach to higher education that provides students with the ability to choose from a wide range of courses based on their interest, aptitude and career goals. The CBCS has shifted the focus from teacher- centric approach to student centric education.[ View More ]