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Bijoy Krishna Girls' College, Howrah

Estd : 1st August 1947. Affilliated to University of Calcutta

NCTE approved NAAC B accredited College with CPE status

Department of English

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Dr. Suva Basu

Associate Professor, Dept. of English

M.A., Ph.D.

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Sonamani Biswas

Associate Professor, Dept of English


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Dr. Nabanita Mukherjee

Associate Professor, Dept of English

M.A. , Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor, Dept of English & Head of the Dept


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Dr. Krishnadas Bhakta

Assistant Professor, Dept of English

M.A., Ph. D.

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1. About the Department:


2. Program Outcomes (PO)

 At the end of the B.A. English (Hons) programme, graduates will have:

PO1. Core subject knowledge.

         A detailed comprehension of British, American, European and Indian writing in English as well as Indian Writings translated into English.

           An in-depth grasp of literary history, literary criticism and theory.

PO2.   Interpretation and Critical thinking

            Students will be able to identify critical problems in the fields of British, American, European and Indian-English literature and conduct research that utilizes the most relevant critical methods.

PO3. Composition and Presentation.

Students will have mastery in academic and formal writing skills.

PO4.  Professional Development

          Prepare for a range of careers, viz.- teachers, researchers, creative writers, editors, etc.

3. Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PSO 1. Exposurethrough the study of literature to cultures and social situations of different countries and literary periods leading to inculcation of humanand social values necessary for making a contribution to society.

PSO 2. Study of literature enables  discovery of the self and therefore leads to personality enrichment necessary to face the vicissitudes of life.

PSO 3. Augmentation of communication skills in spoken and written forms.

PSO 4. Enhancement of expertise in expressing in English leading to improvement in prospects of employability.

4. Course Outcomes (CO)

CO 1.  Identify the salient features of a literary text from a vast range of British, American, European, Indian texts.

CO 2.  State and support interpretive claims about a variety of texts.

CO 3. Employ knowledge of literary traditions to produce imaginative writing.

CO 4. Use research to assist in problem-solving

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