The MA English course is designed to offer students study and insight into literature, language, culture, and history. It aims at developing students’ creative, critical and communicative skills. The flexibility of the syllabus of MA English offers students different areas of concentration such as language, literature, rhetoric, and humanities. The shift from exclusively British and American literature to literature written in English and to the world of ideas is a significant feature of this course.

The Course seeks to:

  • apply traditional and modern literary theories while reading and teaching literary texts,
  •  train students to use English for effective communication & help them combine literature and creative/critical writing, 
  • maintain a balance between canonical and non-canonical, but multi-culturally important texts, 
  • provide students knowledge of the world and prepare them to comprehend the issues and resolve problems, 
  • include courses focused on recent literary trends that are adopted by major universities of the world, and that is relevant and suitable to the Nepali context
  • develop courses that emphasize close
  • reading and relationships among form, content, and context ensure the application of critical theories in the interpretation of texts adopt interdisciplinary methods and approaches.