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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU. YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT. 1965. TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING STAFF. TEACHING STAFF. PROFESSORS :- 3. Prof . Deepsheekha Kotwal AREAS OF SPECILISATION:- Feminist and Gender studies, Cultural Studies, Indian English Writing and New Literatures.

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TEACHING STAFF

PROFESSORS :- 3

  • Prof.DeepsheekhaKotwal
        • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
        • Feminist and Gender studies, Cultural Studies, Indian English Writing and New Literatures.
  • Prof. Rita Saldanha
        • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
        • Literary Theory, British Literature and Post colonial Studies
  • Prof. Posh Charak
        • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
        • American Literature and New Literatures
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Dr. Rajinder Prasad

          • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
          • 19th Century Fiction and Translation Studies
  • Dr. SatnamKour
          • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
          • Modern and Post-modern literature, American Fiction and Indian Writing in English
  • Dr. SuchetaPathania
          • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
          • American Literature and New Literatures
  • Dr. Monika Sethi
          • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
          • American Literature, Colonial and Postcolonial Literature

READERS :- 4

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LECTURER :- 1

  • Ms. Sadaf Shah
                  • AREAS OF SPECILISATION:-
          • Comparative Literatures and New literatures
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NON- TEACHING STAFF

  • LIBRARIAN - 1
  • SR. ASSISTANT - 1
  • PERSONAL ASSISTANT - 1
  • PEONS - 2
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ADMISSIONS IN 2008

ADMISSIONS FOR MA ENGLISH = 58

ADMISSIONS FOR M.PHIL IN ENGLISH = 10

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IST Ph.D SCHOLAR = 1980-81

No. OF Ph.Ds AWARDED SINCE 2003 = 32

No. OF M.Phil AWARDED SINCE 2003 = 28

No. OF NET QUALIFIED STUDENTS = 5

No. OF SET QUALIFIED STUDENTS = 6

No. OF JRF QUALIFIED STUDENTS = 2

RAJIV GANDHI SCHOLARSHIPS = 2

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DETAILS OF SYLLABI AND

COURSES OF STUDY

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SYLLABUS

  • REVISION OF M.A. ENGLISH SYLLABUS UNDERTAKEN IN 2003
  • REVISION OF M.PHIL SYLLABUS UNDERTAKEN IN 2004
  • ENTRANCE TEST FOR Ph.D INTRODUCED IN 2005
  • PG ENGLISH IS A4 CREDITS COURSE PER SEMESTER. NO OPTIONS FOR IST TWO SEMESTERS, OPTIONS IN THIRD AND FOURTH SEMESTERS
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ENTRANCE TEST FOR M.PHIL TO BE INTRODUCED FOR THIS SESSION

  • ENTRANCE TEST FOR THE ADMISSION TO PG ENGLISH TO BE INTRODUCED FOR THE NEXT ACADEMIC SESSION
first semester
FIRST SEMESTER

ALL COURSES ARE COMPULSARY. NO OPTIONAL COURSE

second semester
SECOND SEMESTER

ALL COURSES ARE COMPULSARY. NO OPTIONAL COURSE

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Optional courses

COURSE NOs. 507 TO 510 ARE COMPULSARY,

COURSE NOs. 511 to 513 ARE OPTIONAL COURSES

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OPTIONAL COURSES

COURSE NOs. 561 TO 563 ARE COMPULSARY AND COURSE NOs. 564 TO 566 ARE OPTIONAL COURSES

syllabus for m phil course
SYLLABUS FOR M.PHIL COURSE

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

DISSERTATION

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PH.D COURSE

ENTRANCE TEST

PAPER I

RESEARCH APTITUDE COMPONENT (50 MARKS)

PAPER II

ACADEMIC COMPONENT (50 MARKS)

books and journals
BOOKS AND JOURNALS
  • NO. OF BOOKS IN THE DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY :-

10497

  • JOURNALS SUBSCRIBED :-

16

(ALL INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS)

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COMPUTER LAB AND

JOURNAL ROOM

FOR STUDENTS

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GREATER ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION BY EFFECTIVE CLUBBING OF OPEN AND CONVENTIONAL SYSTEM

MA ENGLISH STARTED IN DDE

SATELLITE CAMPUS IN BADHERWAH

DEPT OF ENGLISH FUNCTIONS AS NODAL CENTRE FOR PROVIDING HUMAN RESOURCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE (BOOKS AND PHOTOSTAT MATERIAL) FOR PG COURSES OUTSIDE THE CAMPUS IN GOVT. AND PRIVATE COLLEGES AS WELL AS S.M.V.D. UNIVERSITY

STRENGTHING RESEARCH IN MULTI-DISCIPLINARY AREAS

CAFETARIA APPROACH WITH CORE AND OPTIONAL COURES IN AN OPEN AND FLEXIBLE CREDIT BASED STRUCTURE AT PG AND M.PHIL LEVELS

CREATING KNOWLEDGE CONNECTIVITY BY PROVIDING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TEACHERS/STUDENTS (INTERNET, PERSONAL PC’S/ LAPTOPS, WI-FI CONNECTION, ONLINE JOURNALS). WELL-STOCKED LIBRARY, NEW SECTIONS ON VARIOUS DISCIPLINES

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FACULTY ENRICHMENT – ALL TEACHERS ATTENDING CONFERENCES-SEMINARS/ REFRESHER COURSES, PUBLISHING PAPERS, ENGAGED IN RESEARCH IN M.PHIL AND Ph.D WORK

(DETAILED PROFILE AVAILABLE)

  • SCHOLARS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND CONFERENCES AND PUBLISH PAPERS IN ORDER TO FACILITATE EMPLOYABILITY AND KNOWLEDGE SKILLS
      • MOST OF OUR SCHOLARS HAVE BEEN ATTENDING INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL SEMINARS FROM TIME TO TIME AND PUBLISHING MINIMUM OF TWO PAPERS BEFORE SUBMITING THEIR THESIS

DEPARTMENT MAKING PROACTIVE EFFORTS TO ATTRACT STUDENTS FROM FAR-FLUNG, DISADVANTAGED AND MARGINALISED SECTIONS OF THE STATE (VISUALLY IMPAIRED SCHOLARS AT M.PHIL LEVEL)

conference seminar symposia workshop refresher courses organised during x th plan
CONFERENCE/ SEMINAR/ SYMPOSIA/ WORKSHOP/ REFRESHER COURSES ORGANISED DURING Xth PLAN
  • NATIONAL LEVEL SCHOLARS SEMINAR

2005

  • NEW LITERATURES CONFERENCE 2007
  • FOUR REFRESHER COURSES
  • LATEST IN FEBURARY 2008
placements
PLACEMENTS
  • ALMOST 80% PLACEMENT IN EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
  • 20-30% PLACEMENT IN MEDIA, BANKS, HOSPITALITY SECTOR AND OTHERS
academic
ACADEMIC
  • M.A.LINGUISTICS
  • CERTIFICATE COURSE IN TRANSLATION
  • CERTIFICATE COURSE IN CREATIVE

WRITING

  • CERTIFICATE COURSE IN COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
human resources
HUMAN RESOURCES
  • PROFESSOR - 1
  • READER - 1
  • LECTURERS - 3
  • TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

(LANGUAGE LAB) - 1

  • OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1
infrastructure
INFRASTRUCTURE
  • FULLY EQUIPPED LANGUAGE LAB
  • SEMINAR ROOM WITH LATEST AUDIO-
  • VISUAL AIDS
  • ADDITIONAL SPACE FOR LIBRARY,
    • COMPUTER LAB AND CLASSROOMS
  • RENOVATION OF EXISTING
  • CLASSROOMS