Towards critically reading Self, Society and the Imagined, We envision majors who
grow in understanding of their own discipline within the broader context of liberal
studies and global cultures.
The department of English contributes to students through a foundational knowledge of
language and literature. It motivates them to use that learning with professionalism,
critical thinking, and problem solving. It also enables them to use the acquired
knowledge and abilities in their lives and career.
- The programme envisions to prepare students for the challenges of a teaching
career through teaching assistantships that afford practical experience in lecture
preparation, material production and testing practices.
- In keeping with the growing interest in literature and media studies, most of the
papers redefine the ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
- The programme helps the students to gain an in-depth knowledge of English
- It follows a professional way of learning the language.
Literature is a significant literary product of a society. The study of English literature
offers insights into the world views of diverse societies. The Department of English at
St. Joseph’s Evening College concentrates on providing an overview of Literature from
aesthetic, linguistic, socio-political and cultural contexts.
The curriculum for the PG programme develops the rich talents of students, offers near
industry environment, and is contemporarily relevant, connecting to every aspect of