Courses

Syllabi



University BA English Honours Syllabi English MA Syllabi
Calcutta University CU BA English Honours Syllabus under CBCS (2018-19) CU MA ENGLISH CBCS 2018-19
St Xavier's University

St Xavier’s University BA Eng Hons Syl under CBCS (2018)

SXU MA ENGLISH SULLABUS
Rabindra Bharati University RBU BA English Honours syllabus under CBCS RBU MA English syllabus under CBCS
West Bengal State University WBSU BA English Honours Syllabus under CBCS (2018) WBSU MA English Syllabus under CBCS
Kalyani University KU BA English Honours Syllabus under CBCS (2018-19) KU MA English Syllabus under CBCS
Burdwan University BU BA English Honours Syllabus under CBCS (2017-18 onwards) BU MA English Syllabus under CBCS
Vidyasagar University -- VU MA English Syllabus under CBCS
Sanskrit College and University Sanskrit University BA Eng Hons Syl under CBCS (2018 onwards) --
Aliah University -- --
Diamond Harbour Women's University -- --
IGNOU IGNOU BA EH Syllabus IGNOU MA English Syllabus
Adamas University Adamas BA EH Syllabus under CBCS (2016-19) --
Amity University -- --
Neotia University Neotia BA EH Syllabus under CBCS --
Calcutta University (2017-20) CU BA English Honours Traditional Syllabus (2017-18) --

Difference in the syllabi between CU and Other Universities in UG Level


From now on (i.e. 2018), it is mandatory for the universities to follow the CBCS syllabi proposed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to get their degrees recognized in the pan-India higher education system. To follow CBCS system, a university has to include at least 80% of the proposed syllabus., i.e. each and every university, however, enjoys a right to deviate 20% from the proposed syllabus, and the University of Calcutta is first to grab the opportunity, although WBSU, KU and BU are following the same as proposed by UGC. See the difference in CU syllabus structure bellow (highlighted part). Structure of the Calcutta University Syllabus (BA English Honours under the CBCS)



NOTE: CC is the abbreviation for Core Course which was previously known as a paper containing 100 marks. That is to say, students are to study all the 14 papers which amounts to 1400 marks. Apart from these papers, students are to take 12 courses more in their whole three year honours graduate course (see below).


Study Materials

We believe dictating notes involves students in an uninteresting activity, which is responsible for distracting students’ mind. It is nothing but a waste of time. Hence, we encourage them to write their answers themselves. To fulfill this end, P Das our material-maker, as an ELT expert, devises different new methods to unlock students’ linguistic and cognitive potential. However, we provide printed study material with the following characteristics:

1. Lengthy and challenging (Geared to score very high marks, but students have to edit the materials to suit the word limit prescribed by the university. Recommended for advanced students)

2. Short and easy, to suit the word limit prescribed by the universities. (Recommended for average students)


However, it is recommended that students take both materials to individualize their materials which is highly demanded by the university standards.



Routine





Class Tests and Mock Tests



We arrange regular class tests and mock tests and evaluations so that students have opportunity enough to avoid mistakes committed in the final examinations.

Monthly Tuition Fees and Number of Classes (For All Universities following CBCS syllabi, e.g. CU, WBSU, RBU, KU, BU, VU etc.)

  • Head
  • Tuition Fees
  • Number of Classes/Week
  • BA Honours (Sem 1)
  • 1600
  • 2 days
  • BA Honours (Sem 2- Sem 6, for bona fide students, i.e. for those who continue without any gap)
  • 1600
  • 2 days
  • BA Honours (Sem 2- Sem 6, for those who will take any gap, or for the new-comers)
  • 1700
  • 2 days
  • MA (Sem 1)
  • 1800
  • 2 days
  • MA (Sem 2- Sem 4, for bona fide students, those who continue without any gap)
  • 1800
  • 2 days
  • MA (Sem 2- Sem 4, for those who will take any gap, or for the new-comers)
  • 1900
  • 2 days

NB: After three months’ continuation of the class, admission for that particular semester will be based on session fees only (Rs 5200 at BA Hons level and Rs 5900 at MA level). If the admission is secured in the first semester, the candidate will continue all other semesters with tuition fees on monthly basis (Rs 1600 at BA Hons. level and Rs 1800 at MA level). And, if the admission is secured in the second semester or later, the candidate will continue the rest of the semesters with tuition fees on monthly basis, i.e. Rs 1700 at BA Hons. level and Rs 1900 at MA level.

Charges for Study Materials per Semester

  • Details
  • Charges/ Semester
  • Per Paper/ Per Core Course
  • 120
  • BA English Honours, Sem I or II (2 CC/ sem)
  • 120X2=240 (per sem)

  • BA English Honours, Sem III or IV (3 CC + 1 SEC/AEEC)
  • 120X4=480 do
  • BA English Honours, Sem V or VI (2 CC + 2 DSE/DCE)
  • 120X4=480 do
  • MA English, Sem I (4 CC or papers)
  • 120X4= 480 do
  • MA English, Sem II (3 CC + 1 Open Course)
  • 120X4= 480 do
  • MA English, Sem III (2 CC + 2 Optional Course)
  • 120X4= 480 do
  • MA English, Sem IV (2 CC + 1 Optional Course)
  • 120X4= 480 do

NB: The study material charges are based on the number of papers or courses (core, open or optional), and therefore may change if the number of papers or course courses change.
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