Placements Track
*For eligible & registered students
Start dates
  • Semester 1 - 8 Jul 2019
  • Semester 2 - 29 Jan 2019
Mode of delivery

Class Room


2 years full-time.


To pursue global standard of excellence in pedagogy and research with dynamic cutting edge tools to make the English department world renowned.


To achieve world standards in teaching English as the Second Language and strive for an action plan of research to mold the learners into independent thinkers and employable across the globe.

PEO1 A. Introduce students to the professional conversation in English studies in various fields and to texts from diverse eras and cultures, with the intention of provoking and supporting their intellectual curiosity.
PEO2 B. Culture and History: Students will gain knowledge of the major traditions of literatures written in English, and an appreciation for the diversity of literary and social voices within–and sometimes marginalized by–those traditions. They will develop an ability to read texts in relation to their historical and cultural contexts, in order to gain a richer understanding of both text and context, and to become more aware of themselves as situated historically and culturally.
PEO3 C. Valuing literature, language, and imagination: Students will develop a passion for literature and language. They will appreciate literature’s ability to elicit feeling, cultivate the imagination, and call us to account as humans. They will cultivate their capacity to judge the aesthetic and ethical value of literary texts–and be able to articulate the standards behind their judgments. They will appreciate the expressive use of language as a fundamental and sustaining human activity, preparing for a life of learning as readers and writers.
PEO4 D. Sense of Genre: Students will develop an appreciation of how the formal elements of language and genre shape meaning. They will recognize how writers can transgress or subvert generic expectations, as well as fulfill them. And they will develop a facility at writing in appropriate genres for a variety of purposes and audiences.
PEO5 E. Critical Approaches: Students will develop the ability to read works of literary, rhetorical, and cultural criticism, and deploy ideas from these texts in their own reading and writing. They will express their own ideas as informed opinions that are in dialogue with a larger community of interpreters, and understand how their own approach compares to the variety of critical and theoretical approaches.
PEO6 F. Research Skills: Students will be able to identify topics and formulate questions for productive inquiry; they will identify appropriate methods and sources for research and evaluate critically the sources they find; and they will use their chosen sources effectively in their own writing, citing all sources appropriately.
PO1 Gain an introductory knowledge of some of the issues explored in influential works in English language and the stylistic strategies that writers used to explore those issues.
PO2 Read complex texts actively: recognize key passages; raise questions; appreciate complexity and ambiguity; comprehend the literal and figurative uses of language.
PO3 Appreciate literary form: recognize how form and structure shape a text’s meaning; appreciate how genre generates expectations and shapes meanings.
PO4 Interpret texts with an awareness of and curiosity for other viewpoints.
PO5 Practice writing as a process of motivated inquiry, engaging other writers’ ideas through the use of quotations, paraphrase, allusions and summary. Use sources well and cite them correctly.
PO6 Attend to a wider range of voices within interculturation.
PO7 Enjoy the experience of reading challenging literature: appreciate literature’s ability to elicit feeling, cultivate the imagination, and call us to account as humans.
PSO1 Global level research opportunities to pursue Ph. D programme. Discipline specific competitive exams conducted by service commission.
PSO2 Enormous job opportunities such as, teaching, media studies, journalism, creative writing, content developing, etc.

Study an English Degree

English is without a doubt the actual universal language. English-speaking countries are responsible for about 40% of the world's total Gross National Product (GNP). It is the language of the media, cinema, TV, pop music and the computer world. Economics, Politics and military aspects play a significant role in the growth of English.

Why study with us?

  • Students not only learn the skills required, but during the course of studies the students are exposed to thoughtprovoking and intellectually inspiring sessions, through studios, field trips and research projects, which brings out the creative best in them.
  • KLEF has interactive classes, highly qualified and skilled faculties, which makes the learning easy.

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “Translation,Language and Literature” (NCTLL)

International conference on Advances in English Studies and Women Empowerment

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