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Old January 18th, 2012, 12:35 PM
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I want to apply for the BAMU PET exam so want to know when the exam will be conducted in 2012 and how I can do preparation for this exam.
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Old March 30th, 2012, 06:55 AM
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what is the criteria for admission for jrf in m.phil in social sciences?
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Old March 6th, 2014, 05:09 PM
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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad is a well known university situated in .. It is offer admission in PHD program through PHD entrance test PET..

PET Eligibility:
You have to passed mater degree or post graduate degree in respective stream from any well recognized university and you must obtained 55% marks in mater level degree course..

Last Date for Online Submission and Hard Copy Submission of PET 2014 [Stage I] Application Form to Dr. BAMU: 15.02.2014
Date of test :: march 2014

PET Syllabus (ENGLISH)
The cluster of papers selected takes a chronological view of
Literature, criticism and literary studies. Attention, therefore, should
be paid to perspective/background to the literature or criticism in a
Particular period. Movements, schools and trends like Neoclassicism,
Romanticism, Modernism, Postmodernism and Postcolonialism should
also be taken into consideration:
Literature in English – 1550-1660
• Earlier Poets and writers like Spenser (Farie Queen), John Milton
(Paradise Lost 1-2), Macheivelli (Prince), Sir Phillip Sidney
(Apology for Poetry).
• Literature in Elizabethan era, Shakespeare’s plays: The Tempest,
Othello, King Lear, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and selected
Sonnets.
• Marlow: Dr.Faustus
• Metaphysical Poetry: Selected Poems by John Donne / Vaughan /
Marvell
Literature in English - 1660–1798
• John Dryden – Essay on Dramatic Poesy.
• Alexander Pope - The Rape of the Lock
• William Congreve - The Way of the World
• R.S. Sheridan – The School for Scandal
• Dr.Samuel Johnson - Preface to Shakespeare
• John Locke – An essay concerning Human Understanding
• Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe
• Jonathan Swift - Gulliver’s Travels
• Richardson - Pamela
• Henry Fielding - Tom Jones
• Edmund Burke – A philosophical Enquiry into the origin of ideas
on the sublime and beautiful
Literature in English – 1798-1914
• Jane Austen - Emma
• Joseph Conrad - Heart of Darkness and Nostromo
• Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist and David Copperfield
• George Eliot - Silas Marner
• Thomas Hardy - Tess of De Urbervellies
• Selected Poems by Browning
• Selected Poems by Wordsworth
• Selected Poems by Keats
• Selected Poems by Shelley
• Oscar Wilde - Importance of Being Earnest
• Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil
• Dostoevsky - Crime and Punishment
Literature in English – 1914-2000
• Samuel Bekett - Waiting for Godot and Krapp’s Last
Tape
• Jean Paul Sartre - The Flies and No Exit
• Henrik Ibsen - A Doll’s House and Lady From Sea
• Anton Chekhov - The Cherry Orchard and The
Seagull
• Bertolt Brecht - Caucasian Chalk Circle
Mother Courage and Her Children
• Melville - Billy Budd
• J.M. Coetzee - Waiting for the Barbarians
• Nadine Gordimer - My Son’s Story
• Micheal Cliff - No Telephone to Heaven
• Gustav Flaubert - Madame Bovary
• Ruth Prawar Jhabvala - Heat and Dust
• Martin Esslin - The Theatre of Absurd
• T.S. Eliot - Four Quartets
• W.B. Yeats - The Tower
• Selected poems by Rainer Maria Rilke
• Selected poems by Pablo Neruda
• Selected poems by Alexander Pushkin
Indian Writing In English
• Girish Karnad - Tale-Danda and Hayavadana
• Manjula Padmanabhan - Lights Out
• Premchand - Godan
• Tagore - Gora
• R.K. Narayan - The Guide
• Kiran Desai - Inheritance of Loss
• Mulk Raj Anand – The Coolie
• Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children
• Arundhati Roy - God of Small Things
• Shashi Tharoor – The Great Indian Novel
• Kavery Nambisan – The Scent of Pepper
• Pandita Ramabai - An Autobiography
• Gauri Vishvanathan - Masks of Conquest
• Mahatma Gandhi - My Experiments with Truth
• Kamala Das - My Story
• Nehru - The Discovery of India
• A. P. J. Abdul Kalam - Ignited Minds
• Tagore - Gitanjali
• Selected poems by Sarojeeni Naidu
• Selected poems by Ezekiel Nissim
American Literature
• Selected poems by Walt Whitman
• Selected poems by Langston Hughes
• Selected poems by Emily Dickinson
• Selected poems by Sylvia Plath
• Selected poems by Adrienne Rich
• Ralph Waldo Emerson - Self Reliance
• Henry James - The Art of Fiction
• Arthur Miller - All My Sons
• Tennessee William - A Street Car named Desire and Cat
on a Hot Tin Roof
• Herman Melville - Moby-Dick
• Ernest Hemingway - Farewell to Arms
• Ralph Ellison - Invisible Man
• Tony Morrison - Beloved
• Saul Bellow - Herzog
• Philip Roth - Portony’s Compliant
• Edward Albee - Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
• Martin Luther King’s Speech – I have a dream
English Language Teaching
• A brief history of English Language Teaching.
• Importance of English : Historical perspective and contemporary
relevance. Status of English in India. English as a second
language. English as a Link Language. English as a foreign
language. English as an international language. Teaching of
English in India. The problems of Teaching and learning English
in Contemporary India. Development of Indian English. Aims
and Objectives of Teaching English in India.

• Theories of Language acquisition and learning
a) Behaviorist School
b) Cognitivist School
c) Krashens Hypothesis of Second language acquisition
• Approaches to Language Teaching
a) Structural Approach
b) Communicative Approach
• Methods of English Language Teaching
- Use of Audio – Visual Aids
a) Dr.West Method – Direct Method
b) Grammar cum Translation Method
c) Bilingual Method
d) Banfalore Procedural Syllabus
• Principles of Curriculum Planning and Syllabus designing
• Evaluation and Language Testing
1) Principles of Language Testing
2) Proficiency Test – Terminal Test Remedial Test
3) Characteristics of a good language test.
4) Statistical Tools of measurement
• Remedial Teaching: Identification of Error and Remedies there of
• Explicit and Implicit Teaching of Grammar
a) Teaching of Literature in Post elementary language
Teaching
b) Suitability of Literature as a test for Teaching Language
c) Teaching Prose, Poetry, Drama and Fiction
• Computer assisted Language Learning
• English for specific purposes
• English for academic purposes
• Uses and applications of linguistics
• Teaching of Composition and
• Theoretical Skills

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