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- Core – English Language and Literature pdf: http://intersmarthosting.in/cochin_college/uploads/files/44/Core – English B.A. English.pdf
- Complementary 1 – Transition to the Modern World (World History)
- Complementary 2 – Roots of the Modern World (World History)
- Common Course - English pdf: http://intersmarthosting.in/cochin_college/uploads/files/43/Common_Courses B.A. English.pdf
- Additional Language – Malayalam | Hindi | French
- Open Course-English for Careers (For batches other than B.A English Language and Literature)pdf:http://intersmarthosting.in/cochin_college/uploads/files/45/Open Course.pdf
- Elective Open Course(Frontier Areas) – Regional Literatures in Translation
COURSE OUTCOME FOR CORE COURSES
COURSE-1 METHODOLOGY OF HUMANITIES AND LITERATURE
On completion of the course, the student should be able:
CO1: To know and appreciate the location of literature within humanities
CO2: To establish connections across frontiers of disciplines
CO3: To critically engage with culture , gender and marginality
CO4: To become acquainted with narration and representation
COURSE-2 INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
On completion of the course, the student should be able to:
CO1:Appreciate, interpret and critically evaluate literature.
CO2: Form an idea about the various stages in the development of English language.
CO3: Distinguish between the different varieties of English used all over the world.
Course 3: LITERATURE AND INFORMATICS
CO1:The students will have a thorough general awareness of computer hardware and software.
CO2:The students will have good practical skill in performing common basic tasks with the computers.
CO3:The students are expected to create PowerPoint presentations on any topic in literature incorporating extensively researched web sources.
COURSE 4: READING PROSE
CO1:To develop critical thinking in students
CO2:To enable them to write and appreciate different types of prose
COURSE 5: READING POETRY
CO1:To introduce the students to the basic elements of poetry- to enrich the students through various perspectives readings in poetry
COURSE 6: READING FICTION
CO1:To develop critical thinking and imagination through long and short fiction and to familiarize students with cultural diversity through different representative samples of fiction.
COURSE 7: READING DRAMA
On completion of the course:
CO1:The students should be familiar with the plays of master-dramatists and will have developed the ability to appreciate and evaluate various types of plays.
COURSE 8: LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS
CO1:To lead to a greater understanding of the human communicative action through an objective study of language.
CO2: To familiarize students with the key concepts of linguistics and develop awareness of the latest trends in language study.
CO3: To help students move towards better and intelligible pronunciation and to improve the general standard of pronunciation in everyday conversation.
COURSE 9: LITERARY CRITICISM: THEORY AND PRACTICE
At the end of the course the student
CO1:Gets the feeling that every reader including himself/herself is a critic.
CO2:Becomes able to differentiate between judgment and appreciation.
CO3:Gets in touch with various movements and schools of thought.
CO4:Comes to praxis from theory.
CO5:Develops an interdisciplinary approach.
COURSE10: POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURES
At the end of the course:
CO1:The students will be familiar with literary productions that address issues related to cultural identity in colonized societies, the development of a national identity after colonial domination, and the ways in which writers articulate and celebrate such identity.
CO2: The students will have been acquainted with the resistance of the colonized against the colonizer through literature that articulates it.
COURSE XI: WOMEN’S LITERATURE
At the end of the course:
CO1:The students will have an awareness of class, race and gender as social constructs and about how they influence women’s lives.
CO2:The students will have acquired the skill to understand feminism as a social movement and a critical tool.
CO3:They will be able to explore the plurality of female experiences.
CO4:They will be equipped with analytical, critical and creative skills to interrogate the biases in the construction of gender and patriarchal norms.
COURSE 12: INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
CO1:To provide an overview of the various phases of the evolution of Indian writing in English.
CO2:To introduce students to the thematic concerns, genres and trends of Indian writing in English.
CO3:To generate discussions on the constraints and challenges encountered in articulating Indian sensibility in English.
CO4:To expose students to the pluralistic aspects of Indian culture and identity.
COURSE 13: COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
CO1:To inculcate in the pupil a feel of various methods employed to identify shared features of various literatures
CO2: To equip him/her to make comparative and contrastive analysis of literary texts.
COURSE 14: AMERICAN LITERATURE
At the end of the course the students are expected:
CO1:To acquire knowledge about American literature, its cultural themes, literary periods and key artistic features.
CO2: To understand the various aspects of American society through a critical examination of the literary texts representing different periods and cultures.
B.A. ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (COMMON COURSES)
PSO1: To develop the student’s ability to use English language accurately and effectively by enhancing their communication skills.
PSO2: To acquaint the learners with different forms of literature and develop in them an ability to understand and appreciate literary pieces.
PSO3: To develop the critical and analytical faculty of students and to improve their proficiency in reading, writing and presentation.
PSO4: To provide an overall awareness about relevant societal and global issues through a critical reading of appropriate literary pieces.
PSO5: To inspire students to think critically about vital social issues that confront the contemporary world.
PSO6: To impart Gandhian values and to make the students positively respond to the concepts of secularism, democracy and love of nature.
PSO7: To inculcate a new way of thinking which will encompass both science and literature and facilitate communication between both science and literature.
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME- CORE COURSES
PSO1: The course is intended to introduce the student to the interrelationship between paradigms of social formation.
PSO2: To give the students knowledge about the background of English language and literature and the different periods of the history of English literature.
PSO3: To familiarize students with the varieties of English
PSO4: To introduce students to the various relevant aspects of Information technology and computers which will facilitate the study of the literature.
PSO5: To equip the students to make use of the possibilities existing in the IT sector.
PSO6: To enhance the level of critical thinking of students – to enable them to critically interact with prose writings from different contexts- social, political, economical, historical, national and philosophical.
PSO7: To enhance the level of critical thinking and appreciation of poems from different contexts and generes.
PSO8: To introduce the students to different kinds of fiction and to help them to appreciate fiction.
PSO9: To develop in the students a taste for reading drama with practical knowledge of theatrical performances.
PSO10: To familiarize the students with some of the key literary terms.
PSO11: To inroduce the various streams in literary criticism.
PSO12: To make them aware of the interdisciplinary nature of literary criticism.
PSO13: To develop the skills for appreciating literature.
PSO14: To familiarize the students with the basic tenets of postcolonial theory and literature and inculcate in the students an awareness of diverse cultures and literatures.
PSO15: To introduce students to the development of woman’s writing in various countries.
PSO16: To familiarize them with the diverse concerns addressed by feminism.
PSO17: To motivate them to critically analyse literary works from a feminist perspective.
PSO18: To inspire students to read and appreciate Indian literature in English, and to explore its uniqueness and its place among the literatures in English.
PSO19: To motivate students for a critical and comparitive study of other literatures in English and to examine the similarities and differences in attitudes, vision and style.
PSO20: To inculcate in the pupil the basic idea about and the method of comparitive literary analysis.
PSO21: To introduce students to the glorious masterpieces of American literature-its unique flavour, style, form and themes.
PSO22: To motivate students to attempt an intelligent appreciation and critical evaluation of American civilization and culture as revealed in the works.
PSO23: To inspire them to make further explorations into contemporary American literary works.
- M.A. English
- M.A. Translation Studies
- M.A. Linguistics
- M.A. Mass Communication
- M.A. Advertising
- M.A. Theatre Arts
- M.A. Travel and Tourism
- M.Phil. English
- M.Phil Theatre Arts
- Teaching in Colleges and Universities
- High school and Elementary Teaching
- Journalists/ Media Person.
- Copy Writers
- Publishing industry
- Medical Transcriptionist
- Content Writers
- Web Journalist
- IELTS/TOEFL Trainers
- Event Management
- Script Writing
- Creative Writing
- Radio Jockey/ Anchoring/ Video Jockey
- Public Sector Banking Jobs
- Jobs in Indian Railways
- Union Public Service Commission
- Staff selection commission
- State PSC
- Indian Defense services