Programme Details

Master of Arts English with Communication Studies

  • Bangalore Central Campus
  • Open From : 11-Jun-2022
  • Open Until : 04-Jul-2022


  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.

The Masters programme in Literature and Communication Studies aspires to sustain and revive an academic interest in literary and cultural theories. The papers offered are as contemporarily relevant as possible, even eclectic. However, a conscious effort has been made to ensure that theories are grounded in textual readings, wherever possible. Testing and evaluation patterns aim at fostering a culture of research rather than an exam driven system, which will enhance student reading and creativity. In keeping with practical demands, ELT, communication study papers and the internship component are skill based and endeavor to make the programme application oriented.

The Masters programme in English with Communication Studies aspires to sustain and revive an academic interest in literary and cultural theories. The papers offered are as contemporarily relevant as possible, even eclectic. A conscious effort is made to ensure that theories are grounded in textual readings, wherever possible. Testing and evaluation patterns aim at fostering a culture of research rather than an exam driven system, which will enhance student reading and creativity. In keeping with practical demands, ELT, communication study papers and the internship component are skill based and endeavour to make the programme application oriented.
The programme will offer one value added course per semester at the Postgraduate level for the first three semesters alone. Value added courses provide students an opportunity to develop discipline specific and inter-disciplinary skills. These courses will give the adequate training to the students to develop their own interests and aptitudes. The objective is to help them enhance and gain a nuanced understanding of their curriculum.

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.

Candidates falling under any of the below mentioned categories must apply under the International Student Category: 
1. Foreign citizens,
2. PIO card holders and
3. OCI (Dual Citizens)

International students coming from Non-English speaking countries should:
a) produce evidence of passing the qualifying examination in English medium or
b) have IELTS 6.0 with no sub-score below 5.5 or TOEFL (paper) 550, TOEFL (computer) of 213 or TOEFL (IBT) of 79 scores

Candidates without the above pre-qualifications will have to enroll either for
a) Intensive Certificate course in English Language (Full Time) conducted from March to May each year or
b) One Semester Certificate course in English Language (Part Time) conducted after regular class hours from June to December.

Note: The International Student category fee structure is binding for the full duration of the programme and cannot be transferred /changed in between.

Candidates from the above listed categories having pursued Indian Educational qualification and who may have applied under the Indian States Category will have to pay the International Student Category Fee. The decision of the Admission committee is final.
Candidates seeking admission through International Student category (Foreign Nationals/PIO/OCI) will have a separate application process, with the following options to apply for any programme at Christ University.
a) Direct mode Application
b) Online Application form

Email ID for any clarifications: isc.admission@christuniversity.in

For other details: https://christuniversity.in/international-student-category

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.

Students who fall under any of the following classifications, at the time of application may apply under NRI Student category and be liable to pay the fees applicable to the category for the entire duration of the course.

1. NRI defined under the Indian Income Tax Law
2. Either of the parents is outside India (except Nepal) on Work Permit / Resident Permit.
3. Indian citizen financed by any Institution /  agency outside India, even if parents are Residents of India.
4. Indian Citizen who has pursued studies for qualifying examination in any foreign / Indian syllabus outside India.
5. Indian citizen pursued studies for qualifying examination in foreign syllabi in India.


Note: If only condition 5 is satisfied, and not conditions 1 to 4 above,NRI student category fee will be applicable only for the first year.


For email queries:  nri.admission@christuniversity.in

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.

Applicants may apply for the programme from 8 December 2021 when applications will be available online on the University website till the date applications will officially close.

Applications for each programme will close approximately a week before the scheduled selection process.

All applicants must visit the page: https://appstat.christuniversity.in and register by entering NAME (as printed on Class 10 Marks Card), EMAIL-ID and set a password.  (The email id and mobile number provided will be used for sending confirmation and application status-update messages). An applicant can apply for as many programmes using the same ID as long as the prescribed eligibility criteria for the specific programme is fulfilled.

Applicants must have the following documents prior to fill the application online:

a) Copy of statement of marks of Class 10, Class 12 and Degree Marks Cards (whichever is available years/semesters marks card) (Mandatory).

b) Fill-in all the details in the “detailed application” page. Scan and upload recent passport size photograph (3.5 cms x 4.5 cms formal dress with white background) and click “Submit”. On clicking Submit, a viewable and editable page will appear on screen. In case you need to make any corrections; you may edit the data/details and then click “Confirm Submission”.

c) Make payment using card and after successful payment click on submit. A 9 (Nine) digit Application number will be generated. If unable to print the application form due to system/power/internet failure, logon to https://appstat.christuniversity.in, under the “Application Status” page enter the registered Email-ID and password to view and print the application form. (After payment if you do not receive the 9 (Nine) digit application number, then your application process is incomplete and payment will go in for refund process. The refund will take about 15 days and must be checked with your bank).

Important

Candidates falling under any of these categories (PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) must send the required supporting documents (Copy of Passport, Copy of PIO / OCI card whichever is applicable and Copy of Class 10, Class 12 and Undergraduate Degree Marks Card (if result awaited, marks card till the last semester/year) in an A4 size Envelope ONLY through Registered Post / Courier to: The Co-ordinator, Office of International Affairs, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Hosur Road, Bengaluru - 560 029, Karnataka, India, Phone: +91 80 4012 9439

All other candidates will have to carry the application printout, original documents and a set of photocopies to the selection process on the allotted date, time and venue mentioned on the selection process admit card.

  • All applicants must make note of the username and password, application number, programme applied for, selection process date and city for all further purposes.
  • All travel arrangements if necessary have to be made in advance.
  • The Important Dates section must be referred to prior to filling the application. Or candidates can choose the selection process dates while filling the application online.
  • No request for change of date/city will be entertained.
  • Application printout along with a set of photocopies of class X, XII, Undergraduate degree marks cards, Provisional/Degree certificate must be submitted during the selection process.
  • Applicants applying while in their final year of undergraduate degree must carry the marks card upto the previous semester/year.
  • Original marks cards/provisional/degree certificate and ID proof will be verified during the selection process.
     

Office of Admissions will communicate with the applicant only through university website www.christuniversity.in under the link “Application Status” or click the link: https://appstat.christuniversity.in

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.

Selection process results will be available on https://appstat.christuniversity.in Selected candidates will receive an E-Offer of admission. The offer will be valid upto the date mentioned in the Offer of admission.

All selected candidates must note that admission is provisional and subject to University rules.

Selected candidates must download the offer of admission on ‘Application Status’ link on the University website.

 

To process admission

1. Candidates must choose the preferred date and time from available options to facilitate smooth admission process.

2. Admission must be processed at the campus where the programme is offered as published in the offer of admission.

3. As per UGC guidelines, fee payment has to be made through online mode.

4. Payment options and details will be available in the Offer of admission.

5. Fees for first year including Admission Registration fee must be paid in full as part of the admission process.


All original marks cards and one set of photocopies must be submitted for verification at the time of admission as mentioned below

1. Copy of E-Admission card (Mandatory).
 
2. Copies of the NEFT / Online Payment Receipt (Mandatory).
 
3. Statement of Marks: Class 10, Class 12 (Mandatory).
 
4. Undergraduate Degree Marks Card (if result awaited, marks card till the last semester/year) (Mandatory).
 
5. Provisional degree certificate, if the candidate has completed/graduated before June 2022 (Mandatory).
 
6. Degree certificate (Convocation Certificate), if candidate has graduated before November 2022 (Mandatory).
 
7. Transfer Certificate (TC) of undergraduate/postgraduate degree from the last qualified institution (Mandatory) must be submitted by 20 August 2022.
 
8. Migration Certificate of undergraduate degree from qualifying University (applicable for all candidates except those studying in Karnataka) (Mandatory) must be submitted by 20 August 2022.
 
9. Students pursuing their final year must bring the statement of marks up to the previous semester / year (Mandatory).

10. Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) should submit
      a] Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).
      b] Candidates applying under PIO or OCI have to produce the copy of PIO or OCI card whichever is applicable (Mandatory).
      c] Medical Fitness Certificate (MFC) from any recognized medical practitioner certified by the Medical Council of India and
      d] Resident Permit (RP) (If available while applying)
 
11. 1 passport size and 1 stamp size photographs (Mandatory).
 
12. A valid photo ID in original (Aadhar Card/Passport/PAN Card/Driving License/Electoral ID)(Mandatory).
 
13. Work experience, work related documents such as joining letter/experience letter and latest salary slip (If required for the programme).


All mandatory documents must be submitted for verification during the admission process.

An undertaking for pending original documents unavailable currently [applicable only for candidates writing / passing their exam in March – June - 2022], must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. These documents must be submitted on or before 20 August, 2022.

Failure to submit the pending documents will be treated as unsuccessful in the qualifying examination or considered “Not Eligible” and admission will be terminated from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) without any claim.

All admitted students must open an account at South Indian Bank, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Branch as part of the admission process and must carry relevant ID proof (Aadhar Card and Pan Card).

The University ID card is a smart card, which is both an ID cum ATM card with a chip containing the student personal details. All transactions within the University campus after commencement of classes, including fee payment will be processed only through this card. It is also an access card for Library and other restricted places.

Selected candidates who fall under International student category (ISC) should register with the Foreigner Regional Registration Officer (FRRO / FRO) of the Local Police in Bengaluru, India within 14 working days from the date of admission or arriving in Bengaluru.


The date of commencement of the academic Year 2022 will be intimated during the admission process.

Please Note:

   I) The University does not collect any type of capitation / donation other than the fees mentioned in the website.

  II) All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost, if required by the department.

 III) Admitted students who wish to avail bank loan will be provided a recommendation letter on request by presenting the original fee paid receipt to the Office of Admissions.

IV) The decision of the admission committee is final and binding.

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
  • The University does not collect any type of Capitation / Donation other than the fee mentioned in the website.
  • If the Application is incomplete or incorrect, the University Management has the right to reject it.
  • Kindly do not send any original marks cards through post or courier.
  • The Online application form will be processed by the Office of Admissions only on receipt of the online payment acknowledgment slip copy and all supporting documents.
  • The institution is not responsible for any application reaching after the stipulated date /time and such applications will not be processed.
  • Ignorance of the Terms, Conditions and guidelines will not be considered as an excuse for non-fulfillment of any stipulated process.
  • It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for 2 years, there will be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.
  • Fees should be paid within the stipulated date for the first year and before the commencement of final examinations of 2nd semester for the second year.
  • All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost.
  • Admitted student who wish to avail Bank Loan will be provided a recommendation letter on request by presenting the original fee paid receipt to the Office of Admissions.
  • The decision of the Admission Committee is final and binding.
  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
For any queries at any given time during the application and admission process, you may contact us through the following Email ID’s:
 
Bangalore Central Campus
The Office of Admissions,
CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Hosur Road,
Bengaluru - 560 029, Karnataka, INDIA
Ph. No: +91 92430 80800
 
Email IDs
Indian candidates: admissions@christuniversity.in
 
Bangalore Bannerghatta Road Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Hulimavu, Bannerghatta Road,
Bengaluru - 560 076, Karnataka, INDIA
 
Ph. No:  080 4655 1306, 1307, 1308, 1309
Email:
 admissions.bgr@christuniversity.in
Bangalore Kengeri Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Kanmanike, Kumbalgodu, Mysore Road,
Bengaluru - 560 074, Karnataka, INDIA

Ph. No:  080 4012 9800, 9802, 9820
Email:
 admissions.kengeri@christuniversity.in
Bangalore Yeshwanthpur Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
Nagasandra, Near Tumkur Road,
Bengaluru 560 073, Karnataka, INDIA

Ph. No:  080 4012 9100,
Email: 
admissions@christuniversity.in
Delhi NCR Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Mariam Nagar, Meerut Road,
Delhi NCR Ghaziabad - 201003
 
Ph. No: 1800-123-3212
Pune Lavasa Campus
CHRIST (Deemed to be University),
Christ University Road, 30 Valor Court,
PO Dasve Lavasa, Mulshi, Pune - 412112, Maharashtra
 
Ph. No : 1800-123-2009,
Email:
 admission.lavasa@christuniversity.in
Between: Monday to Friday: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM, Saturday: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
(Office remains closed on Sundays, Government Holidays and Any special events)
  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
  • Candidates who have passed the Undergraduate degree examination with 50 % aggregate marks from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU are eligible to apply.
     
  • Students appearing for their final degree examinations in March-May 2022 are also eligible to apply (Applicants who are in the last year of their studies should have secured 50% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of Undergraduate Examinations conducted so far).

 

  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
1. Admission Registration fee of INR 5000/ (Non-Refundable)
2. Programme fee as per the below table
 
Year
# Karnataka
Other Indian States
NRI
SAARC / AFRICA / PIO / OCI / ASEAN
Other Foreign Nationals
Time of Payment
1
70,000 INR
80,000 INR
126,000 INR
2,500 USD
3,000 USD
Within seven days of declaration of the Selection Process Result
2
70,000 INR
80,000 INR
126,000 INR
2,500 USD
3,000 USD
On or before March 15, 2023
# The fee for Karnataka domicile students, as indicated in the table, is the actual fee payable and excludes the scholarship amount.
 
It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for two years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.
 
1. NRI fee is applicable for the first year for candidates who have studied foreign syllabus (has to be approved by UGC / AIU) in the qualifying examination of study in India. (The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).
(The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).
 
2. NRI fee is applicable for the full duration of the Programme for candidates who;
    2.1. Have pursued and completed their last qualifying exam from outside India.
    2.2. Are NRI and candidates who have applied under the NRI category.
 
3. To claim the Indian / Karnataka category fee, the candidates should have studied last 7 years in India / Karnataka. (Not applicable for OCI, PIO and Foreign Nationals).
 
4. Admission registration fee of INR 5000/- is non-refundable in the event of cancellation of admission. This fee will be apart from cancellation charges if applicable.
 
5. All Candidates If “Selected” after appearing for the final selection process, the fee may be paid through the following option:
  • Payment can be made through Net banking / NEFT / RTGS
  • Payment / Transfer of fees does not guarantee admission.

For the Online Application form, click the below link:
 
  • The programme hopes 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 ‘text’ by introducing non-conventional texts and areas of study.
  • The internship aims at hands-on job experience as well as research avenues.
  • Workshops, seminars and projects, apart from being the existing methodology of teaching will also ensure exposure to expert views and global trends in the areas of literary and cultural theories.

By the end of the four semesters the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarship/original contribution that informs research, teaching and service in English departments.

The students will have 

  • Core knowledge methods and scholarship
  • Specialization knowledge, methods and scholarship
  • Critical thinking and creative synthesis
  • Research methods, methodology and publication
  • Become independent learners
  • Hands on experience through internships and service learning

By the end of the programme gradates will be able to:

PO1. Disciplinary Knowledge:

  • Write clearly, effectively and succinctly using precise terminology related to the discipline
  • Analyse seminal pieces of work in the area
  • Apply disciplinary principles to conduct academic inquiry
  • Evaluate aspects of social reality using the principles of the discipline

PO2.Critical Thinking:

  • Critically analyse and examine the social structures underlying our society and how they shape our existence
  • Reflect upon lived experiences with reflexivity
  • Analyse and critique their social surroundings, problematize and raise questions based on academic inquiry

PO3. Research Skills

  • Write a clear critique using important methods discussed in class like problem solving and reflective thinking skills
  • Apply analytical and scientific thinking
  • Demonstrate technical skills in terms of handling data, working with various research related software

PO4. Communication and social Interaction:

  • Communicate effectively across media in varied contexts
  • Generate ideas, proposals, solutions or arguments independently or collaboratively to challenges posed or as self-directed activity
  • Work in multicultural spaces

PO5. Effective Citizenship:

  • Act with an informed awareness of issues
  • Engage with the community effectively using expertise drawn from the discipline
  • Demonstrate initiatives that encourage equity and growth for all

PO6. Ethics:

  • Apply sound reasoning to value systems including one’s own
  • Take cognizance of the moral implications of one’s decisions
  • Use ethical values aligned with the values of the University in academic initiatives

PO7. Environment and Sustainability:

  • Demonstrate awareness of local, regional, national, and global needs
  • Engage with socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop a strategy enumerating the concerns of the environment and sustainability

PO8. Self-directed and Life-long Learning:

  • Engage in lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate on strategies for career enhancement
  • Adapt to changing professional and societal needs

 

Course Outcomes

By the end of the four semesters, the programme will prepare students to carry out independent and scholarly/original research contribution that informs research, teaching and service in Departments of English The students will have –

  • Demonstrate nuanced knowledge of a range of historical fields, theories, methods, research protocols and scholarly practices
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive and critical understanding of texts – literary and cultural in their chosen disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields with research focus.
  • Apply and practice numerous skills like creative thinking, critical reading, problem solving, application skills, academic and analytical writing and self-learning
  • Identify, choose an apply a number of strategies for analysing individual examples of literary and cultural texts
  • Design and carry out original and persuasive research, produce original scholarship that contributed to the growth of knowledge, demonstrate an ability to define projects and conduct research independently.
Process
Particulars
Date
Mode
Micro Presentation (MP)
             &
Personal Interview (PI)
MP – Candidate should be able to talk for 90seconds on a topic given by the panel.
Duration: 15 minutes
As per
E Admit Card
Online
Academic Performance
After filling the application online upload scanned copies of class 10,12 and Undergraduate Degree marks card (Semester/Year/Consolidated marks card issued by the college/university) under the document upload option in the application status login page.
 
The office of admissions will verify the marks cards.
 
*Applications with no marks cards or unclear scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible.
E-Admit card will be generated two days prior to the date opted while filling the application online. 
 
Important Instructions
  • Read all Important Links (Eligibility, Documents requirements etc) thoroughly.
  • The date and time for the selection process are auto-generated by the system. Therefore, any request for changes will not be entertained.
  • A Selection Process invite will be sent to your registered email id, ONE day before the MP/PI selection process.
  • Candidates failing to appear for the selection process at the stipulated date and time will be considered as “Not Selected”.
  • Candidates must show the original Government recognized photo identity card (Aadhar card/Passport/Voter ID/Recent College ID card) for attending the online selection process, failing which the application will be considered as “Not Selected”.
  • All original Class 10, 12, Undergraduate Degree Marks Card (Students pursuing their final year must have the statement of marks up to the previous semester/year) should be available for verification during the selection process.
  • It is recommended to login atleast 15 minutes before the scheduled time to avoid any last-minute technical glitches.
  • Impersonation or any suspicious behaviour (prompting by a third person or accessing notes/gadgets) will be treated as malpractice and the application will be termed as “Not Selected”.
  • The responsibility of satisfying the eligibility criteria for admission rests with the student/candidate. The issue of the E-Admit Card for the selection process does not imply that the eligibility criteria are satisfied.
 
 
 

CHRIST

(Deemed to be University)

Dharmaram College Post, Hosur Road, Bengaluru - 560029,
Karnataka, India

Tel: +91 804012 9100 / 9600

Fax: 40129000

Email: mail@christuniversity.in

Web: http://www. christuniversity.in

Vision

EXCELLENCE AND SERVICE

Mission

CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is a nurturing ground for an individual's holistic development to make effective contribution to the society in a dynamic environment.

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