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Updated on 21 Nov, 2022


Post Graduate Diploma in Writings from India (PGDWI)

Minimum Duration: 1 Year
Maximum Duration: 3 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 7,300
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar

Eligibility:

Bachelor‘s degree / a higher degree from a recognized University

The Post Graduate Diploma in Writings from India aims to sensitize learners in various aspects and domains of Indian English writings and writers such as, Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, Anita Desai, Salman Rushdie, and Mahesh Dattani amongst others, and reflects on the importance of Indian English literature. It examines the history of the institutionalization of English Studies in India, traces the beginnings of Indian English Poetry, Indian English Novel, different Englishes practiced across the globe, while critically analyzing the problems of teaching and learning English Literature. It also questions the western canon, looks at the emerging Indian literary Canon and talks about decolonizing the mind. We try and expose students to Indian Literatures in English translation, archived from literature in the Bhasha languages. And lastly we look at an integral part of the curricula at colleges and universities across the globe - literary theory and criticism, beginning with classical criticism, including romantic criticism, new criticism, feminist theories, deconstruction and ending with contemporary theories.
 
Course Code
Title of the Course
Course Credits
MEG 05
Literary Theory & Criticism
8
MEG 07
Indian English Literature
8
MEG 10
English Studies in India
8
MEG 14
Contemporary Indian Literature in English Translation
8
Total Credits
32 Credits
 
 
Programme Coordinator: Dr. Pema Eden Samdup;
 + 91 11-29572770 
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