The course aims to provide a detailed understanding of the figures of speech in English Literature.

A chronological survey of the various periods of English literature. The course covers the literary ground from the Old English poetry till the mid twentieth century, emphasizing on the emergence ,evolution and progress of English language and literature.  The course examines the major literary movements and events in the context of social, political, religious and economic changes that moulded the history of England. 

MODULE III: INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE

Topics: Operating Systems - Windows- Windows versions- Linux – Linux distributions- Free software- software licenses - Software Tools (applications) - Windows software tools- Word, PowerPoint, Excel - Linux tools - Open Office, etc. Security issues- viruses - antivirus tools.

1. AIM OF THE COURSE

The course studies what is language and what knowledge a language consist of. This is provided by basic examination of internal organization of sentences, words, and sound systems. The course assumes no prior training in linguistics. Students of Linguistics begin their studies by learning how to analyze languages, their sounds

(phonetics and phonology), their ways of forming words (morphology), their sentence structures (syntax), and their systems of expressing meaning (semantics).

2. OBJECTIVES OTHE COURSE

• To lead to a greater understanding of the human mind, of human communicative action and relations through an objective study of language

  • To familiarize students with key concepts of Linguistics and develop awareness of latest trends in Language Study

  • To help students towards a better pronunciation and to improve the general standard of pronunciation in every day conversation and in reading.

  • To help the students develop a sense of English grammar, idioms, syntax and usage.

  • To improve writing and speech skills.

SEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSE IS TO BE TAUGHT :6

NO. OF CREDITS 4

NO. OF CONTACT HOURS 90 (5 hrs/wk)