B.A. (Hons) - English

Program Code 18061

Campus Raipur

Institute Amity School of Languages, Raipur

University Amity University Raipur

Eligibility 10+2

Duration 3 Years

Selection Process

  • Program Fee (Rs. in Lacs)
  • 1st Year Non Sponsored Semester 0.22

Course Structure

1st Year

Semester 1

  • INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
  • HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE-I
  • BRITISH LITERATURE : 14TH TO 17TH CENTURY
  • LITERARY FORMS AND PRACTICAL CRITICISM
  • BASIC CONCEPTS OF SOCIOLOGY
  • INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
  • HISTORY-I
  • UNDERSTANDING SELF FOR EFFECTIVENESS
  • ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNICATION
  • PRINCIPLES OF IPR
  • MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS
  • CONCEPT AND THEORETICAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  • PRINT JOURNALISM

Semester 2

  • FRENCH-II
  • HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE - II
  • BRITISH LITERATURE : 18TH CENTURY
  • INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
  • SOCIETY, CULTURE AND SOCIAL CHANGE
  • EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • HISTORY-II
  • PRESENTATION SKILLS
  • PROBLEM SOLVING AND CREATIVE THINKING
  • COPYRIGHT LAW AND PRACTICES
  • SYSTEM, ORGANIZATIONAL AND INSTRUMENTS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

2nd Year

Semester 3

  • FRENCH-III
  • EUROPEAN CLASSICAL LITERATURE
  • BRITISH ROMANTIC LITERATURE
  • AMERICAN LITERATURE
  • PHONETICS
  • RHETORIC AND PROSODY
  • PARTITION LITERATURE
  • READING AND COMPREHENSION
  • GROUP DYNAMICS AND TEAM BUILDING
  • TV JOURNALISM
  • TRADEMARK LAW AND PRACTICES
  • CONTEMPORARY HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS AND ISSUES

Semester 4

  • FRENCH-IV
  • TV PRODUCTION AND PRESENTATION
  • PATENT LAW AND PRACTICES
  • SPECIFIC THEMES IN HUMAN RIGHTS
  • BRITISH LITERATURE-19 CENTURY
  • POPULAR LITERATURE
  • WOMEN'S WRITING
  • INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION
  • AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SCIENCE FICTION & DETECTIVE LITERATURE
  • CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
  • STRESS AND COPING STRATEGIES

3rd Year

Semester 5

  • FRENCH-V
  • NEW MEDIA
  • EMERGING ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
  • LEGISLATION THEMES IN HUMAN RIGHTS
  • BRITISH LITERATURE: THE EARLY 20TTH CENTURY
  • NARRATIVE: FOLKTALE AND SHORT STORY
  • LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM
  • PROJECT WITH PRESENTATION AND EVALUATION
  • LINGUISTICS AND STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH
  • LITERATURE OF INDIAN DIASPORA
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
  • INDIVIDUAL SOCIETY AND NATIONS

Semester 6

  • POST COLONIAL LITERATURE
  • MODERN EUROPEAN DRAMA
  • SUBALTERN STUDIES
  • DISSERTATION
  • LITERATURE AND FILM
  • CREATIVE WRITING --SEMINAR/WORKSHOP
  • TERM PAPER
  • ARTICLE/FEATURE WRITING
  • MEDIA ANALYSIS
  • FUTURE ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
  • REPORT WRITING AND THESIS PREPARATION (HUMAN RIGHTS)