Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's

MAHATMA PHULE ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE COLLEGE, PANVEL

Post Box No 124, Karanjade Village, Taluka- Panvel, District-Raigad. (MS)- 410206

Accredited by NAAC at "A+" grade with CGPA of 3.29

"Best College Award" by University of Mumbai
Recipient of Grant Under DBT Star College Scheme

Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil
Mahatma Phule

English-PG

PO and CO

  1. PROGRAMME  OUTCOME:
  1. PO1
  1. Critical Thinking : Apply theoretical knowledge to make a critical analysis, intervene using innovative frameworks and evaluate and follow up
  1. PO2
  1. Effective Communication: Engage in inter and intra personal communications, behavioral change communication and proficiency in information Communication Technology.
  1. PO3
  1. Scientific Temper: To build essential skills of life including questioning, observing, testing, hypothesizing, analysing and communicating.
  1. PO4
  1. Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and engage in service learning and community engagement programmes for contributing towards achieving of local, regional and national goals.
  1. PO5
  1. Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions and accept responsibility for them.
  1. PO6
  1. Environment and Sustainability: Participate and promote sustainable development goals.
  1. PO7
  1. Gender Sensitization and Social Commitment: To imbibe Gender sensitivity and the sense of social responsibility for self and community for the benefit of the society at large.
  1. PO8
  1. Self-directed and Life-long learning: Engage in continuous learning for professional growth and development.
  1. PO9
  1. Globalized Identity : Participate in various national and international  symposiums conferences, and seminars to give exposure to the hidden literary talent.
  1. PO10
  1. Confidence Building: to demonstrate competence in analysis and critically analyse scholarly work in the areas of English language teaching, literary research and translation.

 

  1. COURSE OUTCOME:

                  PAPER I : ENGLISH POETRY FROM CHAUCER TO THE PRESENT

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate their knowledge about the style of writing of the poets that prevailed during the particular age which they represent.
  1. CO2
  1. Engage critically with a range of poets’ writing and would be able to analyze and interpret poetry in a wider context.
  1. CO3
  1. Enhance sensitivity towards life.
  1. CO4
  1. Contextualize the text and develop an appreciation of other cultures and ways of life.

          PAPER II : ENGLISH NON-FICTIONAL PROSE FROM BACON TO THE PRESENT.

  1. CO1
  1. Familiarized with English non-fictional prose writings of a vast period of four centuries.
  1. CO2
  1. Develop critical understanding  for any prose writing and will be able to analyze and interpret various forms of prose writing.
  1. CO3
  1. Cultivate a deep respect for cultures after having scrutinized various kinds of texts.
  1. CO4
  1. Develop an enhanced and more balanced view of life having been exposed to prose writing from different spheres.

                                             PAPER III : LITERARY CRITICISM.

  1. CO1
  1. Develop an awareness of the chronological evolution of literary theory.
  1. CO2
  1. Acquainted with a starting point into literary theory and further advance in exploring literary theories.
  1. CO3
  1. Acquire an understanding of literary theory which will aid in better interpreting literary texts.
  1. CO4
  1. Understand various approaches and views of writers towards literature .

                      PAPER IV: LANGUAGE: BASIC CONCEPTS AND THEORIES.

  1. CO1
  1. Explore the link between linguistics and the language.
  1. CO2
  1. Identify various levels of structural organization of language.
  1. CO3
  1. Demonstrate an exploratory understanding of the origin and the development of English language.
  1. CO4
  1. Display familiarity with the basic concepts in the study of language.

                 PAPER V: ENGLISH DRAMA FROM SHAKESPEARE TO THE PRESENT.

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate abilities to appreciate and critically evaluate 
  2.  English Drama.
  1. CO2
  1. Analyze the theories of drama.
  1. CO3
  1. Familiarize with the English drama of different ages and periods.
  1. CO4
  1. Understand the elements of drama and theatre.

                     PAPER VI: ENGLISH FICTION FROM DEFOE TO THE PRESENT.

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate their knowledge about the style of writing of the novelists that prevailed during the particular age which they represent.
  1. CO2
  1. Engage critically with a range of novelists’ writings and would be able to analyze and interpret any given novel in a wider context.
  1. CO3
  1. Enhance sensitivity towards life.
  1. CO4
  1. Contextualize the text and develop appreciation of other cultures and ways of life.

                          PAPER VII: LITERARY THEORY: POST WORLD WAR II

  1. CO1
  1. Develop an awareness of the varied critical methods and literary theories.
  1. CO2
  1. They will be able to analyze, interpret and criticize literary texts.
  1. CO3
  1. They will be able to apply the varied critical approaches and literary theories in exploring the multiple viewpoints of the literary texts.
  1. CO4
  1. Aware of the trends and cross-disciplinary nature of literary theories.

                                    PAPER VIII: ENGLISH IN USE AND USAGE.

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate an understanding of English language with a sociolinguistic perspective.
  1. CO2
  1. Understand how the meaning of language is shaped in its interactional context.
  1. CO3
  1. Show a critical understanding of the native and non-native varieties of English.
  1. CO4
  1. Appropriate the English use in varied contexts with a historical perspective of English in India.

M.A.II.

 

                               PAPER IX A : INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH.

  1. CO1
  1. Understand the thematic concerns of Indian Literature in English.
  1. CO2
  1. Analyze Indian Literature in English in various ways.
  1. CO3
  1. Understand Indian society and issues.
  1. CO4
  1. Find various research topics in Indian literature in English.

                                         PAPER X A: AMERICAN LITERATURE

  1. CO1
  1. Understand key concepts represented in American Literature.
  1. CO2
  1. Critically examine the impact of Movements on literature.
  1. CO3
  1. Appreciate contemporary themes and styles reflected in the works of representative American Writers.
  1. CO4
  1. Identify universal co-relation between Humanity and Nature found in the realm of American Literature.

                                 PAPER XI A: English Language Teaching (ELT)

  1. CO1
  1. to Apply the various theories in diverse language teaching-learning situations.
  1. CO2
  1. Choose judiciously among conventional and ICT-based techniques to suit learning contexts.
  1. CO3
  1. Demonstrate LSRW skill building strategies.
  1. CO4
  1. Select and design teaching materials.

                                 PAPER XII A : NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

  1. CO1
  1. Conversant with Literatures in English from the former settler colonies and colonies of occupation.
  1. CO2
  1.  Identify the major themes and concerns of the literatures in English.
  1. CO3
  1. Contextualize a text from the settler colonies and colonies of occupation in context of cultural imperialism, appropriation of voices of ethnic minorities and indigenous communities and the retaliation of these communities to that appropriation
  1. CO4
  1. Appreciate the ethnic and cultural literary forms that inform the literary expressions of the minority communities.

                                PAPER - XIII B : MYTHOLOGY AND LITERATURE

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the conventions and methods in the study of mythology and literature;
  1. CO2
  1. Investigate, describe, and analyze the roles and effects of human culture on both the mythology and the retelling or reinterpretation of mythology in the changing times human societies;
  1. CO3
  1. Compare and analyze various conceptions of literature that emerges from the resources of mythology and the mythological reproduction in the form of literature through various genres;
  1. CO4
  1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of ideas and values inculcated in them Exploring Cultural and religious value of mythology across various cultures.

                  PAPER XIV C: Research Methodology in Language and Literature

  1. CO1
  1. Demonstrate their knowledge about the terminologies associated with research activity
  1. CO2
  1. Analyze linguistic/generic aspects of a research paper
  1. CO3
  1. Use relevant critical concepts and theory in order to effectively analyze and evaluate literary texts
  1. CO4
  1. Select study material, review and develop theoretical and conceptual frameworks for their research

                                          PAPER XV C : WOMEN’S STUDIES

  1. CO1
  1. Articulate notions related to women and feminism.
  1. CO2
  1. Proper understanding of patriarchy as the system partial to one gender.
  1. CO3
  1. Develop the ability to have an awareness of crimes against women, and the constitutional and legal safeguards protecting and empowering women.
  1. CO4
  1. Develop the ability to gain knowledge and understanding of feminist theory, history and perspectives.