BA (Honours) English programme at Don Bosco University provides the students with a comprehensive and stimulating introduction to English language and an exploration into English Literature. It also investigates how the English language is used in a variety of global contexts, with introductions to British, American and Indian writings in English. They will explore writing and speech in a wide range of forms (creative writing, academic writing and composition, language and linguistics), and develop their skills in the interpretation of literary and non-literary texts.

On completion of the course, students will have options of pursuing higher studies or find careers in writing, journalism, hospitality management etc.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Passed Higher Secondary School Leaving Examination (or equivalent) in any stream with 50% in the aggregate and 50% in English.

Number of Seats

60 seats each


Tapesia Campus

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  • English Communication
Semester I
British Poetry and Drama: 14 to 17 Cent
British Literature-18 th Century
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - I (any one)
  • Introductory Micro Economics
  • Guidance and Counselling in Education
  • General Psychology
  • Basics of Journalism
  • Environmental Studies
Semester II
British Poetry and Drama 17th and 18th Centuries
British Literature-19th Century
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - II (any one)
  • Introductory Macro Economics
  • Psychology for Health and Well being
  • Gender Education
  • Introduction to Computer Application
Semester III
British Literature: The Early 20th Century
British Romantic Literature
European Classical Literature
Skill Enhancement Course - I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - III (any one)
  • Indian Economy I
  • Population Education
  • Inter-group Relations
  • Basics of Photography
Semester IV
Indian Classical Literature
Modern European Drama
Popular Literature
Skill Enhancement Course - II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - IV (any one)
  • Indian Economy II
  • Psychology at Work
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Mobile Communication
Semester V
Women's Writing
American Literature
Discipline Specific Elective- I & II (Choose any two)
  • Literature of the Indian Diaspora
  • Literary Criticism
  • Research Methodology
Semester VI
Understanding and Dealing with Psychological Disorders
Counselling Psychology
Discipline Specific Elective- III & IV (Choose any two)
  • Literary Theory
  • Partition Literature
  • Project / Dissertation

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