Bachelors in English
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The four-year course in English Linguistics offers a range of subjects related to the language and linguistics. An in-depth analysis of topics including grammatical structure of language, its sound system, language acquisition theories, language variation within the society, the relationship of language with literature, analysis of spoken and written discourse and language in its global context will be made.
Degree requirement for this is:
- FA/FSc Part-I with minimum 60% marks OR A-level in three subjects (main subjects no subsidiary) with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR Grade 12 with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR any equivalent examination.
- The NAT conducted by the National Testing Service with a minimum 50% cumulative score.
English graduates find opportunities with many different employers. Public and private sector organisations such as the National Health Service (NHS), educational institutions, local and national government, financial and legal firms, and voluntary and charitable organisations employ English graduates in a range of roles, including administration, research, finance and general management. Other typical employers include publishing companies, advertising, marketing and public relations agencies and media organisations.