B.A PyEC (Psychology, English Literature & Communicative English)

B.A PyEC (Psychology, English Literature & Communicative English)

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NOTE: Limited seats available. The online entrance exam link will be kept open from June 5th to June 10th,2020 only. It is mandatory for interested candidates to clear both the online aptitude test and the personal interview. 

Overview

About the Program

The Communicative English component of the PyEC course,which admits 25 students every year, is a unique Creative Writing programme that works with writing, reading and editing techniques through rigorous practice and intensive feedback. Students produce publishable non-fiction, short fiction or poetry portfolios, before they graduate. The course builds competence in understanding narrative techniques, style, voice, dialogue, genre, interplay of text and image, writing for performance, and translation.

Additionally, introductory modules in skills necessary to work effectively as a writer in different industry contexts, will be offered as credit courses: design; sound and video production; digital content strategies, publishing, etc.

Potential Writing Careers

Journalism, Creative Writing (prose and poetry) ; script writing for TV and film; content writing, story-telling, editing, publishing and more…

Course Structure

8 papers over 6 semesters, in each of the 3 core subjects (Psychology, English Literature and Communicative English).

Sl. No SEM Paper Title
1 SEM I Introduction to Writing
2 SEM II Short Fiction & Poetry I
3 SEM III Non-Fiction I
4 SEM IV Poetry & Short Fiction 2/Non-Fiction 2
5 SEM V Writing through Translation
The Spoken Word
6 SEM VI Word & Image
Thesis Project

Write To-

For further information, write to lopez.sharon@gmail.com

Overview

Overview

About the Program

The Communicative English component of the PyEC course,which admits 25 students every year, is a unique Creative Writing programme that works with writing, reading and editing techniques through rigorous practice and intensive feedback. Students produce publishable non-fiction, short fiction or poetry portfolios, before they graduate. The course builds competence in understanding narrative techniques, style, voice, dialogue, genre, interplay of text and image, writing for performance, and translation.

Additionally, introductory modules in skills necessary to work effectively as a writer in different industry contexts, will be offered as credit courses: design; sound and video production; digital content strategies, publishing, etc.

Potential Writing Careers

Potential Writing Careers

Journalism, Creative Writing (prose and poetry) ; script writing for TV and film; content writing, story-telling, editing, publishing and more…

Course Structure

Course Structure

8 papers over 6 semesters, in each of the 3 core subjects (Psychology, English Literature and Communicative English).

Sl. No SEM Paper Title
1 SEM I Introduction to Writing
2 SEM II Short Fiction & Poetry I
3 SEM III Non-Fiction I
4 SEM IV Poetry & Short Fiction 2/Non-Fiction 2
5 SEM V Writing through Translation
The Spoken Word
6 SEM VI Word & Image
Thesis Project
Contact

Write To-

For further information, write to lopez.sharon@gmail.com