Christ University Bangalore

M Phil in English Studies

M Phil in English Studies

1 Year | Full Time | Post Graduation


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Admission Dates

Admission 2020 Admission Start Date Admission End Date
June August

Eligible Exams

Eligible Exam Application Process Exam Date
Admission 2019 Admission Start Date Admission End Date
Eligibility Criteria

Basic eligibility for the programme is a pass at the Postgraduate level examination with an aggregate of 55% marks or equivalent grade in English, cultural studies, women studies and communication studies from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU are eligible to apply. (Applicants who are in the final year of their studies should have secured 55% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of Undergraduate Examinations conducted so far. Students writing their

Admission Guidelines

Admission procedure includes Entrance test and personal interview. Entrance test is a written test in Analytical skills and subject specific knowledge. and assessment of past performance in class 10, class 12 undergraduate degree, postgraduate degree level and the research proposal during the Personal Interview. The selected candidates must process admission at Office of Admissions, Christ University Main Campus, as per the stipulated date and time mentioned in offer of admission card / by

Course Details

The Master of Philosophy in English Studies offered by the Department of English, Christ University aims at research skill development and knowledge production in the areas of English Language, Literatures in English, Literary Criticism, Critical theory, Linguistics, the Philosophy of Language, Culture Studies, Theatre Studies, Gender Studies and Literature in Philosophy. The Programme desires to give a formal research platform for those who are interested in contributing newer questions and concerns related to English Studies. The M.Phil Programme in English Studies will be conducted based on a credit system od one year and consisting of two semesters. The candidate has to submit the Dissertation by the end of second semester, after the completion of the course work.The programme consists of 4 theory papers (2 Compulsory + 2 Electives). The course aims at enhancing the capacity of professing, prospective and practicing teachers/ lecturers, who will be able to take up full-time research and at creating a resource pool of teachers, research scholars and work as the bridge programme for Ph.D. The M.Phil course is envisaged to contribute to the growth and development of the education sector of the country. The course will create opportunities to share and disseminate researches in the field of literature, and culture.

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