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B.A (English Literature)

VISION

To enrich and empower women with the most idealistic pedagogical input through Language and Literature.

MISSION

Develop an in depth understanding of Language and Literature.

Equip the women students with communicative competence and career opportunities.

Program Educational Objectives:

Proficiency- Graduates will demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of literature in their chosen domain. They will describe a range of literary techniques and rhetorical strategies used in texts, including their relationship to audience, purpose and cultural context.

Critical Thinking- The students will be able to develop a sense of curiosity in critical thinking and will be inspired to do research in their area of interest in Literature and Language.

Analytical Approach- Graduate will be able to recognize poetry from a variety of cultural, languages and historic periods. Understand and appreciate poetry, such as diction, tone, form, genre, imagery, figures of speech, symbolism, theme, etc. Broaden their vocabularies and to develop an appreciation of literature.

Education for Learning- Graduates will showcase leadership qualities and diverse learning by cultivating versatile skills of teamwork, morality, ethics, communication and analytical skills.

Prospective Employment and Career Prospects- To empower graduates for employment in the fields of translation, contents writing, teaching and orient them for research and higher studies.

Program Specific Objectives:

The students will be acquainted with various literatures of the world such as Indian English literature, American literature, British literature, New Literature, Asian literature, Indian literature in translation.

Students will be able to read diverse texts within their historical and cultural contexts, developing a critical understanding of how literature can both uphold and resist existing structures of power.

Students will be able to interpret texts with attention to the underlying themes and aesthetic values.

Students will be able to identify topics and formulate questions, identify appropriate methods and sources for research.

Students will be able to participate in critical conversations and prepare, organize, and deliver speeches in public.

RANK HOLDERS

S.NO

YEAR

REGISTER
NUMBER

NAME OF RANK HOLDERS

CGP

CLASS

RANK

1

2018-2019

B6A16448

S.SHANTHINI

7.725

I

I

2

2017-2018

B5A16312

S.GOMATHY

6.75

I

III

S.No

Staff Name

Qualification

Designation

1

T.Siva Priya

M.A.,M.PHIL.,B.ED.,

HOD

2

K. Sudha

M.A.,M.PHIL.,B.ED.,

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

3

B. Karthika

M.A.,M.PHIL.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

4

M. Abinaya

M.A.,M.PHIL.,B.ED.,SET

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

5

V. Kalpana

M.A.,M.PHIL.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

6

B. Aarthi

M.A.,M.PHIL.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

7

P.J. Vrindha

M.A.,NET.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

8

N. Jeyalatha

M.A.,M.PHIL.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

9

A.Sathya

M.A.,

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR