PO1: Students will understand the history as well as the structure and function of English language and develop language skills for communication and for creative expression.
PO2: Students will be able to collect, understand process, evaluate and synthesize information from a variety of sources.
PO3: Students will learn and differentiate concepts about representative literary and cultural texts of different genres within the historical, geographical, and cultural contexts.
PO4: Students will be able to understand critical and theoretical approaches to literature and apply them to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts.
PO5: Students will identify, analyze, interpret and describe the wide spectrum of critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts and understand how they inform and impact the world they live in.
PO6: Students will attempt at writing analytically in a variety of formats, including different types of essays, research papers, reflective and critical writing.
PO7: Students will understand and assimilate the process of communicating and interpreting human experiences through literary representation using historical contexts and disciplinary methodologies.
PO8: Students will acquire such values and ideals that a citizen of a modern secular democratic state need to have.
ENG1A01 LITMOSPHERE - THE WORLD OF LITERATURE
CO1: Develop the qualities necessary to become good, kind and responsible human being.
CO2: Attain confidence to ask questions.
CO3: Apply logical and analytical skills in various situations.
CO4: Understand and apply problem solving skills.
CO5: Assimilate new perspectives on life.
CO6: Enhance the ability to express themselves through writing.
ENG1A02 FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR AND COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH
CO1: Demonstrate the ability to use the syntactic structures within English texts.
CO2: Distinguish logical and analytical skills in the use of language for communication.
CO3: Develop writing skills in various professional and career related situations.
CO4: Formulate the basic skills in spoken communication in formal contexts.
ENG1B01 INTRODUCING LITERATURE
CO1: Differentiate between with the different aspects of the language of literature.
CO2: Discover the linguistic structures of poetic texts.
CO3: Distinguish diverse points of view within a single text and locate the rationale of polyphony.
CO4: Determine and interpret the dominant voice/s within the text and its agendas.
CO5: Discriminate marginalized voices and determine themselves to the voices of the child, Dalit, transgender and female.
JOU1 (2) C01 INTRODUCTION OF COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM
CO1: Make the students literate about the communication terms.
CO2: Provide the students with an outlook of the history of the Print media.
ENG2 A03 READINGS FROM THE FRINGES
CO1: Discuss and contemplate on the areas of gender inequality, marginalization, disability studies, racism and casteism.
CO2: Develop sensitivity towards environmental concerns and feel responsible towards protecting nature.
CO3: Understand the everyday realities of the marginalized sections of the society and negate the stereotypes surrounding them and accept them as allies.
CO4: To develop scientific temper and scientific thinking.
ENG2AO4 READINGS ON KERALA
CO1: Develop critical understanding of literature of Kerala.
CO2: Interrelate the cultural and historical tradition of the society and the development of literary sensibility.
CO3: Identity the diversity of literary endeavors and the cultural representations.
CO4: Identify and apply the insights and values in everyday life as a Keralite.
CO5: Critically analyses and interpret the present cultural production.
ENG2B02 APPRECIATING POETRY
CO1: Outline the basic elements of poetry, the stylistic and rhetorical devices and various genres of poetry.
CO2: Analyze and identify the trends in poetry and the linguistic structures of poetic texts.
CO3: Discover various perspectives in reading poetry like gender, race, caste, ethnicity, religion, region, environment and nation.
CO4: Define different forms of poetry in British and American literature and classify different forms and themes of poetry across the globe in the history of literature.
CO5: Appreciate poetry as an art form.
JOU1 (2) C02 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS MEDIA
CO1. Make them aware of communication and radio.
CO2. Stress the importance of radio as a mass media.
CO3. Introduce them to the New Media and the writing practices.
ENG3 A05 READINGS ON INDIAN LITERATURES
CO1: Students learn to appreciate the multiple genres of Indian writings cutting across different sections of Indian Society.
CO2: Students can understand how social issues are represented in Indian literature.
CO3: Students will gain the knowledge of ‘Indianness’ through the works of Indian writers from different parts of India.
CO4: Students will understand the pluralistic aspects of Indian culture and identity.
ENG3B03 APPRECIATING PROSE
CO1: Develop critical thinking.
CO2: Interpret and appreciate different types of prose.
CO3: Identify different styles of prose writing and understand the use of literary devices.
CO4: Identify, analyze, interpret and describe the critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts.
CO5: Develop creative writing skills.
ENG3B04 ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND USAGE
CO1: Determine the key concepts of English grammar and to apply them more sensitively in their day-to-day communication needs.
CO2: Manipulate the language in a better way by understanding of the sentence patterns in English.
CO3: Develop a sense of English grammar, idioms, syntax, semantics and their usage.
CO4: Develop the logical and analytical skills in the use of language for communication.
CO5: Appraise contemporary English usage.
JOU3C01 JOURNALISTIC PRACTICES
CO1: Provide the students with practical knowledge in reporting and editing.
CO2: Introduce them to the other journalistic practices like P.R. and advertising.
ENG4 A06 SONGS AND STORIES OF OUR WORLD
CO1: Gain familiarity with a variety of classical and marginal literatures.
CO2: Acquire knowledge of literatures from around the world and from different eras.
CO3: Have an awareness of the ways in which different cultures perceive the world around them and how they capture these experiences in literature.
CO4: Develop empathy and understanding on the face of diverse peoples and their experiences.
CO1: Develop critical thinking and imagination through long and short fiction.
CO2: Interrelate cultural diversity through different representative samples of fiction.
CO3: Discover the pleasures in reading fiction.
CO4: Critique human condition and the complexities of life.
CO5: Discover different types of fiction and analyze them.
ENG4B06 LITERARY CRITICISM
CO1: Differentiate between judgment and appreciation.
CO2: Identify various movements and schools of thought.
CO3: Critique plays, passages and poems.
CO4: Recognize the history and principles of literary criticism since Plato.
CO5: Develop the philosophical and critical skills with which literature can be
CO6: Appraise important texts and movements in the history of literary criticism.
CO7: Demonstrate how literary criticism shapes literature and culture across centuries.
CO8: Recognize and critique the major arguments underlying critical writings.
CO9: Compare and contrast critical perspectives of Indian Poetics and Western critical concepts.
JOU4 (3) C02 INTRODUCTION TO TV & CINEMA
CO1. Introduce the TV Broadcast journalism to the students
CO2. Introduce the students the medium cinema and its characteristics
ENG5B07 APPRECIATING DRAMA AND THEATRE
CO1: Establish and illustrate the basic elements of drama, including the historical progress of drama in different continents.
CO2: Appreciate drama as an art form.
CO3: Identify the different genres and masters of drama.
CO4: Assess the theatrical performances and the texts and evaluate them critically from various standpoints.
CO5: Explain the insights, conventions and experimentations associated with English Drama.
CO6: Demonstrate how writers use the resources language as creativity
CO7: Point out the entire range of human experience through drama as a literary form.
ENG5B08 LITERARY THEORY
CO1: Develop an understanding of important texts and movements in the history of literary theory.
CO2: Critique literature and culture in the context of theory.
CO3: Develop various perspectives of thinking and critique the major arguments presented in theory.
CO4: Construct a pluralistic perspective of culture and literature in a multicultural society.
CO5: Identify, analyze, interpret and describe the critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts.
CO6: Identify the origin of critical ideas in literature
CO7: Define the function of criticism.
ENG5B09 LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS
CO1: Recognize key concepts of Linguistics and develop awareness of latest trends in Language Study
CO2: Point out the features of languages, their sounds, their ways of forming words, their sentence structures, and their systems of expressing meaning.
CO3: Examine through an objective study the relation of language with human mind and communicative action.
CO4: Operate the features of pronunciation and their general standards in every day conversation and in reading.
CO5: Develop a sense of English syntax and will be able to provide complete syntactic analyses for sentences of English.
CO6: Develop a sense of awareness of principles of language that govern the distribution of morphology and how morphology interacts with other components of language.
CO7: Recognize the fundamental topics in semantics and develop a concept of different semantic levels.
ENG5B10 INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
CO1: Correlate the various phases of the evolution of Indian writing in English.
CO2: Delineate the thematic concerns, genres and trends of Indian writing in English.
CO3: Recognize the pluralistic aspects of Indian culture and identity.
CO4: Determine how and why Indian literature emerged as a distinct field of study.
CO5: Identify the development of history of Indian English literature from its beginning to the present day.
CO6: Interpret the works of great writers of Indian writers in English.
CO7: Demonstrate, through discussion and writing, an understanding of significant cultural and societal issues presented in Indian English literature.
BCA5D01 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND OFFICE AUTOMATION (OPEN COURSE)
CO1: Understand different types of computers.
CO2: Learn documentation using Word processing software such as MS word and Open Office Writer.
CO3: Learn calculations using spreadsheet MS Excel and Open Office Writer.
CO4: Learn presentations using Open Office Impress/MS-Power Point.
ENG6B11 VOICES OF WOMEN
CO1: Generalize and infer on what grounds women’s writings can be considered as a separate genre.
CO2: Interpret texts written by Women writers across different cultures.
CO3: Differentiate between sex and gender and how the latter is a social construction.
CO4: Identify the issues and concerns of the women writers of the developed, developing and under-developed countries.
CO5: Identify the misconceptions regarding women and to evolve a human perspective about them.
CO6: Develop a keen interest in analyzing critically the diversity of women's experiences across the world and to marvel at their creative skills.
ENG6B12 CLASSICS OF WORLD LITERATURE
CO1: Identify the classic literature and thereby composite cultures of the world
CO2: Develop cross cultural perspectives
CO3: Classify literary texts in English or English translation in terms of their main stylistic and thematic features.
CO4: Describe the literary, historical, social and cultural backgrounds of these texts.
CO5: Identify some of the main theoretical and methodological issues involved in reading World Litera