|Total year wise||₹5,010||₹5,010|
|grand total||₹10,020 get Detailed fees on your mail|
*Estimated Fees, Official Verification is Pending
Candidate must have passed graduation in any stream from the recognized University.
Note: Candidate must be able to read and write the Tamil language.
M.A in English is a post graduate course in English language and literature. The course covers English literary studies, theories, criticism and pedagogy, all in the form of theory.
This 2- year long course is offered in India at an average annual fee ranging between INR 50 ,000 and 3 Lacs. The amount varies according to the different institute providing this course.
The minimum eligibility for admission to the course is a Bachelor’s of Arts qualification, preferably in English (Hons), completed from a recognized institute. The mode of admission is both merit and entrance exam- based.
The average salary offered in India to successful postgraduates of the course ranges between INR 3 and 8 Lacs, annually, depending on the candidate’s expertise and the reputation of the institute of post- graduation.
|MA Colleges In Tamil Nadu||MA Colleges In Kerala||MA Colleges In Uttar Pradesh||MA Colleges In Maharashtra|
Job positions such as English Trainer, English Translator, Junior Parliamentary Reporter (English), English Teacher, English Faculty, Content Writer, Stenographer etc. are offered to such postgraduates.
Tabulated below are some major highlights of the course.
|Name of the course||Master of Arts in English|
|Duration||2 years, full- time|
|Examination Type||Semester System/ Yearly|
|Eligibility||Graduation degree in English with minimum 60% marks in aggregate|
|Admission Process||Either by merit or through entrance tests|
|Average Course Fee||INR 50K to 3 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3 to 8 Lacs|
|Area of Work||Publications, Colleges and Universities|
This is a full-time 2- year long course, divided into any of semesters or years. Colleges having the semester system in place conducts examinations after every semester, while those having the annual system conduct them at the end of each year.
The course is a combination of modern and ancient English literature, consisting of three main areas of focus, i.e. Prose, Poetry and Drama. The course includes literature by not just England writers, but from all over the world, such as Irish, Scottish, Polish, American and Welsh. Cultural, political and historical contexts of English and linguistics are explored on an advanced level.
|MA Colleges In Punjab||MA Colleges In West Bengal||MA Colleges In Haryana||MA Colleges In Madhya Pradesh|
Given below is a list of universities offering the course along with their locations, eligibility criteria, admission procedures and fees charged by them.
|NAME OF THE COLLEGE||CITY||AVERAGE FEES|
|Lady Shriram College||New Delhi||INR 50 K|
|Stephen's College||New Delhi||INR 30 K|
|Christ University||Bangalore||INR 50-60 K|
|Loyola College||Chennai||INR 70 K|
|Fergusson College||Pune||INR 60 K|
|Xavier's College of Arts and Commerce||Mumbai||INR 50 K|
|K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce||Mumbai||INR 40-60 K|
|Symbiosis Society's College of Arts & Commerce||Pune||INR 1.5 Lacs|
|Hans raj College||New Delhi||INR 30-50 k|
Admission to the course is based on the merit obtained by the candidate at the level of graduation. A few colleges conduct their own entrance examinations followed by rounds of group discussion and personal interview.
Upon successful completion of Master of Arts in English, postgraduates may go for:
(Exams for lectureship: UGC-NET, all the State- level qualifying exams)
The different areas of employment that can be explored by such postgraduates are:
Listed here are some of the popular job positions offered to successful postgraduates of the discipline with the corresponding job descriptions and salaries offered:
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY|
|English translator||To work with businesses, handle technical, legal and scientific written material including letters, reports, articles, books etc. Their work includes reading documents, writing and editing copies, preparing summaries.||INR 4.5 Lacs|
|Content writer||To write a variety of unique material for websites, blogs, social media, online and newspaper/ magazine articles. They also assist marketing teams in development of engaging content that can be used in marketing or advertising campaigns||INR 2.8 Lacs|
|English Teacher||To develop English language arts curriculum, working within the parameters of State and local requirements, and provide diagnostic feedback||INR 3.3 Lacs|
|Editor||To prepare, rewrite and edit copies to improve readability, or supervise others who do this work, read copy or proof to detect and correct errors in spelling, punctuation, and syntax.||INR 3.5 Lacs|
|English proofreading||To read copies and transcripts and ensure that there are no spelling, grammatical or typographical errors. They work for publishers, newspapers and other places that rely on perfect grammar in printing||INR 2.1 Lacs|
|Stenographer||To works in the courtroom and transcribe spoken words by typing them into a steno machine, a kind of shorthand typewriter. Fast and accurate typing skills are vital for the job.||INR 2.68 Lacs|
Given here is a semester- wise breakup of the course’s syllabus.
|1||Literature in English:1550 – 1660 (Part 1)|
|2||Literature in English: 1660 – 1798 (Part 1)|
|3||Literature in English: 1798 – 1914 (Part 1)|
|4||Literature in English: 1914 – 2000 (Part 1)|
|5||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 1)|
|7||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 1)|
|8||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 1)|
|1||Literature in English:1550 – 1660 (Part 2)|
|2||Literature in English: 1660 – 1798 (Part 2)|
|3||Literature in English: 1798 – 1914 (Part 2)|
|4||Literature in English: 1914 – 2000 (Part 2)|
|5||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 2)|
|7||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 2)|
|8||Study of a Genre (Option-1) Fiction (Part 2)|
|1||Critical Theory (Part 1)|
|2||American Literature (Part 1)|
|3||Indian Writing in English (Part 1)|
|4||(Opt. I) Colonial and Post- Colonial Studies (Part 1) (Opt. II) English Language (Part 1)|
|5||(Opt. I) Literature and Philosophy (Part 1) (Opt. II) Literature and Gender (Part I) (Opt. III) New Literatures (Part 1)|
|1||Critical Theory (Part 2)|
|2||American Literature (Part 2)|
|3||Indian Writing in English (Part 2)|
|4||(Opt. I) Colonial and Post- Colonial Studies (Part 2) (Opt. II) English Language (Part 2)|
|5||(Opt. I) Literature and Philosophy (Part 2) (Opt. II) Literature and Gender (Part 2) (Opt. III) New Literatures (Part 2)|
Students are required to submit a thesis of more than 2000 words in the duration of their fourth or last semester.
Comparing to other Commerce colleges, it may look little expensive. Bit the quality of education and other curriculum worth it to the core. Personally I feel it is reasonable for this kind of college. I paid 17000Rs. per semester in my first year and 23000Rs per semester in my second Year and 30000 Rs in my Final year. Other than this they will charge Exam fees of Rs.100 per paper.
Commerce is basically a theoritical oriented paper. But here we felt very interesting with the structure they had. They had lot more other activities other than major subjects, we can choose any subject of our choice from any other department from our college each semester. I chose Data Base Management System, Web Designing, Multimedia, etc from computer science department. It also provide us a chance for having contact with other department fiends also.
Loyola has 2 shifts. The morning shift is covered by the government. That is it is aided by the government which makes it really affordable by all when compared to the evening shift. The morning shit is more feasible and affordable by all where as the evening shift is not.
The course curriculum is suffice but not the best one could say. But, they are working on it. The course is still better than all the other courses available. They make sure the students get all the knowledge about the subject. All the teachers are well qualified which helps in the educating the students in a sufficent manner.
The fees structure for the morning shift is very feasible as the govt subsidised 70% of the course fee. For example , the fee for a b.con is usually 30,000 on an avg, and the morning shift students are usually obliged to pay 4-8 k. The fee for the evening shift students are collected with government fee exemption ,except for the ones under any scholarship programs.
I personally feel the curriculum follows a holistic approach on the development of the student. The subjects and the portions are outdated and the very assessing method or grading is only based on written exams. Practical experience is lacking and the space for creative improvement is not anywhere at reach. The students however are given permission by the college to explore their knowledge outside the book but thatThe process started off by buying an admission form for a sum of Rupees 200, and submitting it with a copy of my 10th and 12th certificates, my community certificate, and other requisites. Being a Catholic I had to submit my baptism certificate. Later I had to submit my recommendat...
Fee in the first year comprising two semesters was Rs.2000 per semester. It increased to Rs.22000 per semester in the second year and to Rs.27000 per semester in third year. The fee structure varies from departments. I felt the fee structure being a bit expensive, but not that expensive for not being affordable for students from the middle class.
The course curriculum was as good as it should be. Apart from the general subjects of the course opted, there many other courses which are even praised by the Tamil Nadu Government. One being, the Outreach Program. In the second year, groups were appointed a particular slum. That group is further divided into taking care of the elderly, infants, youth, women empowering and more if the situation demanded. Providing hearing aid machines to the elderly, books and stationery for the youth and jobs for youth as well as women. This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience where people get to know what if feels like to live in houses that breakdown in a storm, budgeting when there is limited income and...
The fee structure justifies the course offered. Its not too much or less. Fee is collected exactly the right amount it has to be. The college follows the fee structure instructed as by the government. And there is no external fees whatsoever. The fee structure seems well organized too.
I would say better than many colleges. I would rate it 8.5/10. The syllabus are being updated frequently and provided we do have many allied subjects to learn more skills. On the research purpose side, you can learn more technically if you get the individual attention of that particular faculty.
Feasible and allowed to pay in four installments which was helpful enough. Total fees was economic, value for money. Fees structure was completely an investment not an expense.
Courses were great. i.e., Management concepts, financial management, human resource accounting, strategic management. Business environment and law. Management accounting etc.,
The fee structure is reasonable and they give a lot of scholarship offers also. For my department its is Rs.26000 for 1 semester. It differs for each department.
Fee structure was very low for day shift students because it was run by government staff but self finished shift little bit expensive only but compare to another colleges its low only.
loyola college curriculum it was really good and interesting because we should learn only subjects abort from that we learn lot about appetite, culture , about all religion etc.
There are two shifts the first shift is aided and hence cheaper. The second shift is more expensive but still reasonable. B.Com first shift works out to about 2000 rs per semester. Second shift for the same course works out to about 15000rs per semester.
Some of the major electives are Indian economics, international economics, econometrics, micro economics and macro economics. In addition to this one can elect subjects from other departments like accountancy from the commerce department. There is also a foreign language that everyone has to opt, don't know if this has changed.
Self finance and so little on the expensive side Whilst it may be expensive the options for the educatiom facilities are all brilliant. Lots of extra activities are available for students to choose from and it's very useful
It was great and it was autonomous, It was strict but highly edicative Had to learn additional foreighn language in addition to languages such as Hindi Tamil and French.Great college with good skills to improve English and written communications Begoner leveel foreign language option as well