Across the board, employers value communication skills, creative thinking, and adept writing. The M.A. in English develops each of these aptitudes, strengths that are highly sought after in virtually every career field.Students learn advanced skills in these areas in an M.A. in English program, enhancing their ability to think critically, write persuasively, and solve problems creatively. The curriculum covers major approaches to literature, including theoretical, historical, comparative, thematic, multicultural, and genre studies. The program provides students with the critical vocabulary, tools, and research ability to produce literary scholarship of professional quality and to participate in the ongoing scholarly discussions of issues in the field of literary study.
Candidates should possess CCCPA of 4.5 out of 10.00 in the Core Group (core plus open and complementary courses). However, if the CCPA scored by the graduate for common course is greater than the CCPA scored for core course, the CCPA scored for common course will be taken into account for the calculation of index marks, provided they secure a minimum CCPA of 5.00 for common course. OR Candidates should possess 45% marks in main & subsidiary subjects under Part III. However, If the mark scored by the graduate for Part I English is greater than the mark secured for Part III, the mark secured for Part I English will be taken into account for the calculation of index mark, provided they secure a minimum of 50% marks for Part I English.