Previous year question paper for English-E (BA/BSC 6th)

English elective

Previous year question paper with solutions for English elective from 2016 to 2019

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(i) There will be two semesters in all the three years of B.A English (Elective) courses. Rather than divide the papers vertically, there will be horizontal division in terms of texts, composition and grammar. As two books are prescribed for each course, these two books shall be distributed across two papers/semesters and shall not be included in the same paper/semester. So, Modern

Indian literature: Poems and Short Stories shall figure in Semester V and R.K.Narayan’s

The Guide shall be included in Semester VI. Questions on composition and grammar shall, however, be included in Paper B/Semester VI. This is being done to help the students, who shall now find both the papers proportionately divided and so easily manageable.

(ii) Each theory Semester shall be of 90 marks, as 10 marks in each semester shall be reserved for internal Assessment. Each semester shall be further sub-divided into two sections i.e Section I & Section II. The mode of distribution of marks shall, however, vary from paper to paper. There shall be six questions in each semester. All the questions will be compulsory. Though internal choice may be offered in some of the questions, there will be no external choice.

(iii) Each paper shall include minimum 15 literary terms/concepts appropriate to the particular literary genre included in that paper.

(iv) The paper shall be divided into two sections i.e section I & II.

(v) Section I shall deal with the text and Section II with composition and grammar

(vi) The questions should be set strictly in accordance with the pattern of question paper outlined in the syllabus.

(vii) For the successful implementation of this syllabus, it is necessary that we reflect upon objectives of this course. First in our teaching practices and then in designing question paper/s and evaluating answer scripts of the students. The examination shall be held at the end of each semester as is recommended by the university from time to time.