Master of Education [M.Ed.] (English) is a postgraduate full-time English course. The duration of this course is 2 years divided into 4 semesters. In some colleges, the duration of this course is 1 year. Candidates who have completed Bachelor’s degree with 55% of marks from a recognized university are eligible for M.Ed. English course. The percentage may vary from one institute to another. Candidates who have appeared for B.Ed. 2nd-year examination can also apply to this course. Eligible candidates can apply through Online/Offline for this course.
Many colleges or universities offer M.Ed. English Course in India. Every college has their own eligibility criteria, admission process, and fees structure.
Some of the top colleges and universities offer this course include
The average fee for this course ranges between INR 3,000 to 1 lakh based on the marks obtained in the entrance exams and personal interview or bachelor’s degree.
Admission for M.Ed. English course is based on merit-list or entrance exam. Most of the colleges select students based on the marks obtained in their Bachelor’s degree examination for admissions. Some reputed conduct entrance exams and personal interview to select candidates. Based on their performance in the entrance exam and personal interview, students will be selected to join this course.This course can be pursued either by regular mode or correspondence/distance education mode.
This course includes a comprehensive study of both ancient and modern English literature comprising fiction, poetry, and prose. It also includes the study of Indian writings of English from its early times to the contemporary ones.
After completion of M.Ed. English course, graduates may get opportunities in areas like Advertising industries, Communication industry, Journalism, Politics, Public relations, Translation agencies, Research, etc. These graduates work in major roles like English translator, English editor, Media analyst, Content writer, English proofreader, English tutor, etc. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to 6 lacs as per their experience and expertise in this field.
Written below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester type|
|Admission Process||Merit-list or Entrance-based|
|Top recruiting organizations||BDO, IBirds Software Services Private Limited, KTiwa Services, IGNITES Human Capital Service Private Limited, NBA Tech Solutions|
|Top recruiting areas||Advertising industries, Communication industry, Journalism, Politics, Public relations, Translation agencies, Research|
|Top job profiles||English translator, English editor, Media analyst, Content writer, English proofreader, English tutor|
|Course Fee||INR 6,000 to 1 lakh|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 6 lakhs|
M.Ed. English course introduces English Literature and often other materials from various genres of literature, including dramas, poetry, and novels as well as specialized writing. In this course, candidates study the history of the language, grammar, composition, language acquisition, reading, and language development.
Some of the common concepts candidates can learn in this course are:
In this course, students gain writing and researching abilities that will help to succeed in their career. They also learn to write papers and practice using a writing structure and style which is acceptable and error free. They learn how to edit their own work for basic style, grammar, and spelling mistakes.
Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.
|COLLEGE NAME||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR|
|Government College of Teacher Education||Kozhikode||INR 25,000|
|National College for Teacher Education||Ernakulum||INR 47,500|
|H.M Training College||Muvattupuzha||INR 47,000|
|Mangalam College of Education||Kottayam||INR 40,000|
|Mar Severios College of Teacher Education||Mallappally||INR 12,650|
|SNDP Yogam Training College||Idukki||INR 25,300|
|St Ignatius College of Education||Tirunelveli||INR 12,500|
|English and Foreign Languages University||Hyderabad||INR 6,840|
|Government College of Teacher Education||Thiruvananthapuram||INR 26,000|
|A K T Memorial College of Education||Villupuram||INR 50,000|
|Sir Isaac Newton College of Education||Nagapattinam||INR 41,500|
For M.Ed. English course eligibility, Candidates have to pass Bachelor’s degree with 55% of marks from a recognized university. The percentage may vary from one institute to another. (Or)
Candidates who have bachelor’s degree in any stream of literature, social work are also eligible for this course.
Candidates who have appeared for B.Ed. 2nd-year examination can also apply to this course. Eligible candidates can apply through Online/Offline for this course.
Admission for M.Ed. English course is based on merit-list or entrance-exam. Most of the colleges select students based on the marks obtained in their Bachelor’s degree examination for admissions. Candidates have to follow the certain process given below:
Some reputed conduct entrance exams and personal interview to select candidates. Some of the entrance exams are
Based on their performance in the entrance exam and personal interview, students will be selected to join this course.
A semester-wise syllabus for M.Ed. English is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Philosophical Foundations of Education I||Philosophical Foundations of Education II|
|Psychological Foundations of Education I||Psychological Foundations of Education II|
|Sociological Foundations of Education I||Sociological Foundations of Education II|
|Methodology of Educational Research and Educational Statistics I||Methodology of Educational Research and Educational Statistics II|
|Information and Communication Technology in Education||Educational Data Analysis through Statistical Packages|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Comparative Education I||Comparative Education II|
|Curriculum Studies I||Curriculum Studies II|
|Special Papers||Special Papers|
M.Ed. English graduates may find opportunities in private and public sectors organizations such as national and local government, educational institutions, National Health Service, voluntary and charitable organizations, financial and legal firms.
Some of the other typical employers work in fields like:
Jobs related to these graduates include:
Further Study: Graduates who would like higher studies may decide to undertake further study in specializations such as finance, HR management, finance, etc. to enhance their knowledge in this field.
Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR|
|English translator||English translators are responsible for converting information from other languages to English. They convert concepts in the source language into equivalent concepts in the English language. They compile data such as technical terms used in legal documents, into terminology databases and glossaries to be used in translations. They also manage work schedules to meet deadlines.||INR 4,02,000|
|English editor||English editors are responsible for planning, revising, and reviewing content for publications. They used to read content and correct errors like punctuation, spelling, and typographical errors. They also rewrite the content which makes easier for readers to understand. They develop a story and other content ideas; allocate space for images and videos, and illustrations to make up a story.||INR 3,59,000|
|English proofreader||English proofreaders are responsible for reading, transcript, copying, and checking the content and make sure there is no grammar, spelling, or typographical errors. They will receive content from clients and note any changes that need for editors, writers, or typists to change. They also make sure that pages are correctly spaced, so that content is not cut off during the printing process.||INR 2,19,000|
|Content writer||Content writers are responsible for writing content based on their client’s requirements and answer the questions raised by the clients. They may handle more advanced tasks like technical writing, preparing ad copy, explainer video or audio scripts. They may work in areas like journalism, marketing, optimization, or business fields.||INR 2,43,000|
|Media analyst||Media analysts are responsible for carrying out general qualitative and quantitative research to produce reports on media evaluation. They use these reports to improve the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. They select research method which will be appropriate to client’s criteria. They design those ideas using qualitative and quantitative research tools. They make presentations, write reports, attend information sessions, and ensuring deadlines are met.||INR 3,52,000|