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BA (Hons) English Literature

School: JLU School of Humanities and Arts
Course length: 3 Years

Fee Structure (In ):

Tuition Fee
(Per Annum)
Exam Fee
(Per Annum)
Alumni Fee
(One – Time)
Caution Money
(One – Time)
Digitalization Fee
(Per Annum)
Admission Fee
(One – Time)
25,000 12,000 10,000 5,000 3,000

Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to capacitate the students to be able to understand the literatures belonging to various ages and to be able to analyze and interpret the same. By doing an in depth study of the different authors and genres, the students will explore and enhance their horizons pertaining to language and literature. This course will also develop their potential to make sound decisions about career options.


  • Twentieth Century Indian Writing
  • English Literature (14th to 6th Century)
  • Victorian Literature
  • English Literature (17th to 19th Century)
  • Nineteenth Century European Realism
  • English Literature (Neo Classical and Romantic Periods)
  • English Literature (20th Century)
  • Contemporary Literature
  • Classical Literature
  • Anglo-American Literature from 1930
  • Literary Theory


The skills you gain through studying an English Literature degree are marketable in most career areas. A graduate degree in English Literature would lead to the following career paths:

  • Digital copywriter
  • Editor
  • Journalist
  • Publishing copy-editor/proof reader
  • Web content manager
  • Writer
  • Content Writer
  • Advertising copywriter
  • Academician /Teaching

Eligibility Criteria:

Admission to an undergraduate degree at School of Humanities and Arts requires a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) qualification with a minimum of 50% or an equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognised school under ICSE, CBSE, IB or State Board. Candidates appearing for their HSC examination (or equivalent) are also eligible to apply for admission. Their admission will be subject to their qualifying the exam with the required marks. The selection of candidates will be made based on their academic merit and performance in the Personal Interview round.