M.A. in English

Tezpur University
In Tezpur

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Typology Master
Location Tezpur
  • Master
  • Tezpur


Where and when

Starts Location
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Assam, India
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Starts On request
Assam, India
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· Requirements

Bachelors degree with at least 45% marks in any subject.


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MBA Part Time: Human Resource

debraj subedi
5.0 16/06/2010
What I would highlight: Unique style of teaching, very practical and methodological. Faculties are well learned, with experts in their respective fields. Modulated course structure is the best among the contemporaries. Adequate supply of excellent study materials in time. Access to hi-tech library in the campus, LAN and WAN facilitated computer lab with the support of excellent faculties as well as classes combined with the day scholars. Also, frequent visit of the guest faculties enriches students sharing knowledge/thoughts that credit the system of study in TU MBA (PT). The description curriculum entirely resembles with that except in class schedule, nos. of paper in each semester and duration of the course. The extent of projects both individual and group assignments, encourage students participation in the class making us able to take any kind of challenges and teaching us to work in flexible circumstances and lead like a leader . I owe a lot to MBA-PT and to the teachers too forever. Thanks a lot!
What could be improved: nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Course programme

The University conducts M.A. in English for its students. As a discipline of recent vantage, Cultural Studies goes beyond the usual notion associated with ‘culture’. Cultural Studies is definitely different from the study of culture. It includes analysis of a gamut of expressive behaviors and the interface with contemporary social and cultural reality. Amongst its prime interest, are literature, film, art, popular culture, pedagogy and culture, commodity and the world of media. The notion of the ‘text’ emerges from the confines of the literary text to embrace a wide world of the social and political way of life, and how an analytical mindset helps to come to terms with the dynamics of change. Cultural Studies promotes the generation of methods and paradigms that examines the changing relationship between culture, society, history, politics and technology in the contemporary world. At the same time, Cultural Studies also focuses attention on human creativity and how it is being shaped by social ideology and cultural consumption that straddles both the local and the global.

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