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Subjects Division of M.A. English Syllabus PU

MA. Englis Part 1 consists of only Five Papers. Each paper has 100 Marks, a total of 500. Subsequently, part 2 syllabus contains 5 Papers with 100 Marks each, a total of 500. But, 1 Paper is Optional out of the four options given by Punjab University. So, the total Marks of Part 1 + 2 are 1000.

Admission and Eligibility Criteria

  • Duration of Program: 2 Years
  • Qualifications: BA. For qualifying, one core or optional school subject with English as a requirement must receive a score of 200.
  • BA (200 Required Marks in English)
  • Further Marks: 20 marks for the hafiz-e-Qur’an. NCC/WG: 20 Points.
  • Academic Performance Formula: 100%
  • Session starts: September/October

MA. English Syllabus Part 1 and 2 Papers Details

Further Details of MA. English Papers Part 1 and 2 are given below in this Comparison Table.

PapersPart 1MarksPart 2Marks
Compulsory PapersCompulsory Papers
1.Paper 1- Classical Poetry100Paper 1- Poetry II100
2.Paper 2- Drama100Paper 2- Drama ll100
3.Paper 3- Novel 100Paper 3- Novel ll100
4.Paper 4- Prose 100Paper 4- Literary Criticism 100
5.Paper 5- American Literature100Paper 5- (Optional Papers)
Short Stories OR
Literature in English Around the World OR
Linguistics OR
Literary Essays
Table of Ma.English Syllabus Part 1 + 2 Punjab University

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Mr. Waqas Sharif is an English Language Teaching (ELT) Professional, Trainer, and Course Instructor at a Public Sector Institute. He has more than ten years of Eng Language Teaching experience at the Graduate and Postgraduate level. His main interest is found in facilitating his students globally He wishes them to develop academic skills like Reading, Writing, and Communication mastery along with Basics of Functional Grammar, English Language, and Linguistics.

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