Pattern of CET

Pattern of CET

  1. A. (English)
  2. Students those who are seeking admission to M. A. and M.Phil. (English) in the Department for an Academic Year 2016-2017 have to go through the CET Examination. The test will consist of 50 marks and there shall be a weightage of 50 marks for consistent good academic record from S.S.C. onwards.

The final merit list of provisionally selected candidates will be prepared based on 50% Marks from Qualifying Degree Score and 50% Marks from CET Score. The students appeared in Final Year of Bachelor’s Degree or previously passed are eligible for CET Examination.

Syllabus for CET
  1. Basic English Grammar, Comprehension, Precise Writing
  2. Unseen Poems
  3. Unseen Prose
  4. Essay Writing
  5. Classical Literary Texts
Exam Pattern of CET
  • CET question paper is of 50 marks on multiple choice questions of one our duration.
    Section (A) Basic Grammar: 15 marks,
    Section (B) Comprehension and Precise Writing: 10 Marks,
    Section (C) Unseen Poems and Prose : 10 Marks,
    Section (D) Classical Literary Texts : 10 Marks

Section (E) Essay Writing : 05 Marks

  1. M.Phil in English

Those students who are seeking admission to M. Phil. in English in the Department for Academic Year 2016-2017 have to go through the CET Examination. The final merit list of provisionally selected candidates will be prepared based on evaluation criteria mentioned in evaluation.

Objectives and Features of the course

The course is designed to motivate the analytical and critical ability through research perspective.

Research work/dissertation work would be carried out under the guidance of the highly qualified teachers in the Department. To get research training to simplify Ph. D. work.

Syllabus for CET

The objective type questions will be set for CET examination. The subjects are: Literature in English - 1550 to 1798, Literature in English - 1800 to 2000, Modern English Grammar : Structure, Function and Cognitive,  Literature Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Colonial & Post-Colonial Literature, Comparative Literature, Women’s Writing, Introduction to Linguistics Theory, New Literatures in English, Study of an Author, Critical Theory, Indian Writing in English, English Language Teaching, Literature of the Oppressed, Literature and Science, Translation : Theory and Practice,  American Literature, Semantics and Pragmatics, Major Form : Fiction, Cultural Studies

Exam Pattern of CET

Marks 50
Time One Hour

Multiple Choice Questions based on syllabus of CET

  1. Ph.D. Program (English)

British Literature, Applied Linguistics, American Literature, Colonial and Post-Colonial Literature, Feminist Literature, Literature of the Oppressed. Postmodern Literature, Indian Writing in English, Interdisciplinary (Theory and Literature), Post-Colonial studies, Drama, Theatre and Film Studies, Cultural Studies, Critical Theory, Translation Studies, Literature, Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Comparative Literature, Women’s Writing, English Literature (Age), Major Form: Fiction, Semantics and Pragmatics, Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching, New Literatures in English, Commonwealth Literature, African Literature,  Australian Literature, Canadian Literature, Stylistics.

The admission for Ph.D. is through PET Examination and as per the University rule.

Seats are allocated as per the available Guide’s quota.