Programme Outcomes



The programme acquaints the students with different areas of study in English Literature to provide them with wider opportunities for research. It will enable the student:

  • To identify, analyze, interpret and describe the critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts and understand the way these ideas, values, and themes inform and impact culture and society, both now and in the past.
  • To analyze, interpret, and understand the complex interrelationships between authors, texts, and specific social, political, and historical contexts and apply critical and theoretical approaches to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts in multiple genres.
  • To be proficient in all the basic concepts of English Literature to prepare for qualifying exams like NET/ SET.





Name Designation Qualification Specialization Contact Info.
Prof. Sucheta Pathania Professor,Head & Dean Faculty of Arts M.A, M.Phil, Ph. D. American Lit. & New Lit. in English E-mail: Mobile No.: 94192-38478
Prof. Monika Chadha Professor M.A, Ph.D American Lit. & New Lit. in English E-mail:, sethimonika2000@yahoo.comEPABX: Mobile No.: 94191-89876
Prof. Satnam Kour Raina Professor M.A, M.Phil, Ph. D. Modern and Post Modern American Fiction and Indian Writing in English. E-mail: Mobile No.: 99060-95584
Dr. Sadaf Shah Professor Ph. D, SET Indian writing in English E-mail: aiz_syed@yahoo.comEPABX: Mobile No.: 9419137241
Dr. Ravinder Singh Professor NET, Ph.D. American Fiction, Narratology, Literary Theory E-mail: rajiiju@yahoo.comEPABX: Mobile No.: 9419148097
Dr. Garima Gupta Professor NET-JRF, Ph. D. Indian Writing in English, Comparative Studies, Communication Skills E-mail: garimagupta2008@gmail.comEPABX: Mobile No.: 9419196811
Mr. Pardeep Kumar Assistant Professor M. A., SET, PhD Indian Writing in English E-mail: scholarpardeep@yahoo.comEPABX: Mobile No.: 9906245477