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Hello sir I am doing M.A. economics form Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University (VBSPU) and I need syllabus of M.A. economics previous year, from which courses can I get syllabus of it? Does the university maintain any section for its courses syllabus?

Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University was established in the year 1987. It is one of the educational hubs of eastern Uttar Pradesh. It is considered as one of the top universities in India.

As you required for the Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University BA English syllabus, here I am sharing the same:

The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from An Anthology of
poetry (from Renaissance to Modern) edited by Dr. A. K. Mishra – Dr. G.N. Shukla, Dr.
Manoj Kumar, Dr. G.S. Dwivedi.
1. William Shakespeare
(i) Shall I compare thee …
(ii) Let me not to marriage ………… (Sonnet LXVI)
2. John Donne
Death be not Proud
3. John Milton
(i) Paradise Lost (Lines 1-16)
(ii) How soon Hath Time ………
4. William Wordsworth
(i) Daffodils
(ii) Solitary Reaper
(iii) The World is too Much with us
5. Coleridge
Youth and Age
6. P.B. Shelley
(i) Ode to the West Wind (ii) Stanzas written in Dejection near Naples
7. John Keats
(i) Ode to a Nightingale
William Shakespeare – Twelfth Night

Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation, two from poetry and another two from drama
with an internal choice, each carrying five marks. Section B will consist of four questions
with internal choice, each carrying 10 marks. And Section C will consist of two essay
type questions with internal choice, each carrying 20 marks.

Paper – II (Prose and Fiction)
The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from ‘English Prose
Selections’ edited by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Dr. Manoj Kumar, Dr. Vandana Dube, Dr.
Rasiqua Riaz and Dr. Prabhakar Singh.
1. Francis Bacon
(i) Of Studies
(ii) Of Travel
2. Joseph Addition
(i) Sir Roger at Church
(ii) Popular Superstitions
3. Richard Steele
(i) The Spectator Club
(ii) The Art of Story-Telling
4. Oliver Goldsmith
(i) The Man in Black
(ii) National Prejudices
Raja Rao- Kanthapura
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation, from prose with internal choice, each carrying
five marks. Section B will consist of four questions with internal choice, each carrying 10
marks. And Section C will consist of two essay type questions with internal choice, each
carrying 20 marks.

English Literature
B.A. – II
Paper – I (Poetry and Drama)
Duration: 3.00 Hrs M.M. : 100
The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from An Anthology of
poetry (from Renaissance to Modern) edited by Dr. A. K. Mishra …………..
1. Alfred, Lord Tennyson
(i) Break, Break, Break …………..
(ii) Ulysses
2. Mathew Arnold
(i) Dover Beach
(ii) Shakespeare
3. Robert Browning
(i) Porphyria’s Lover
(ii) Prospice
4. D.G. Rossetti- The Blessed Damozel
William Shakespeare- Macbeth

Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation, two from poetry and another two from drama
with internal choice, each carrying five marks. Section B will consist of four questions
with internal choice, each carrying 10 marks. And Section C will consist of two essay
type questions with internal choice, each carrying 20 marks.

Paper II (Prose and Fiction)
The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from ‘English Prose
Selections’ edited by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Dr. Manoj Kumar, Dr. Vandana Dube, Dr.
Rasiqua Riaz and Dr. Prabhakar Singh.
1. Charles Lamb
(i) Poor Relations
(ii) Dream-Children
2. William Hazlitt
(i) On Going a Journey
(ii) Common Sense
3. R.L. Stevenson
(i) El. Dorado
(ii) Walking Tours
4. G.K. Chesterton
The Worship of the Wealthy
5. John Henry Newman
(i) Leigh Hunt
(ii) A few Thoughts on Sleep
Thomas Hardy – Far From the Madding Crowd

Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation from prose with internal choice, each carrying
five marks. Section B will consist of four questions with internal choice, each carrying 10
marks. And Section C will consist of two essay type questions with internal choice, each
carrying 20 marks.

English Literature
B.A. – III
Paper – I (Poetry and Drama)
Duration: 3.00 Hrs M.M. : 100
The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from An Anthology of
poetry (from Renaissance to Modern) edited by Dr. A. K. Mishra …………..
1. Thomas Hardy
(i) Neutral Tones
(ii) To The Moon
2. W.B. Yeats
(i) The Second Coming
(ii) The Lake Isle of Innisfree
3. W.H. Auden
(i) The Unknown Citizen
(ii) Wanderer
4. T.S. Eliot
(i) Journey of the Magi
(ii) Preludes
5. Philip Larkin
(i) Poetry of Departures
(ii) Church Going
6. Ted Hughes
(i) The Thought-Fox
(ii) Hawk Roosting
G.B. Shaw- Arms and the man

John Osborne- Look Back in Anger (Non-detailed study)
Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation, two from poetry and another two from drama
with internal choice, each carrying five marks. Section B will consist of four questions
with internal choice, each carrying 10 marks. And Section C will consist of two essay
type questions with internal choice, each carrying 20 marks.

Paper – II (Prose and Fiction)
The following titles are prescribed for detailed study from ‘English Prose Selections’
edited by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Dr. Manoj Kumar, Dr. Vandana Dube, Dr. Rasiqua Riaz and
Dr. Prabhakar Singh.
1. A.G. Gardiner
On the Rule of the Road
2. Robert Lynd
(i) On Not Being a Philosopher
(ii) The Pleasures of Ignorance
3. Hilaire Belloc
(i) The Crooked Streets
(ii) The Idea of a Pilgrimage
4. Aldous Huxley
Benares
5. E.M. Forster
Tolerance
6. Harold Nicolson
On Being Polite
Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice (non-detailed study)
William Golding – Lord of the Flies (non-detailed study)

Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will be divided into 3 sections, A, B & C. Section A will
consist of four questions on explanation, from prose with internal choice, each carrying
five marks. Section B will consist of four questions with internal choice, each carrying 10
marks. And Section C will consist of two essay type questions with internal choice, each
carrying 20 marks.

Paper – III (Movements, Forms and Practical Criticism)
(A) Movements -
(i) Renaissance (ii) Reformation
(iii) Neo-Classicism (iv) Romantic Revival
(v) Modernist Movement in Poetry

(B) Forms –
(i) Forms of Drama: Tragedy, Comedy, Comedy of Manners, Problem Play,
Poetic Drama
(ii) Forms of Novels: Domestic Novel, Historical Novel, Regional Novel,
Psychological Novel
(iii) Forms of Poetry: Sonnet, Ode, Epic, Ballad, Dramatic Monologue, Lyric,
Elegy

(C) Practical Criticism
Candidates will be required to attempt practical criticism of Prose or Poetry
Passage

Critical Trends – Short notes on any two of the following:
(i) Imagism
(ii) Expressionism
(iii) Surrealism
(iv) Realism
(v) Symbolism

Pattern of the Question Paper:
The question paper will consist of 5 questions in all, each with internal choice and
each carrying 20 marks. There will be one question each from section A and C and three
from section B.

M.A. English Syllabus
General Instructions
There shall be ten papers in all, four in M.A. previous and six in M.A. Final, each
carrying 100 marks. The authors marked with asterisk are meant for detailed study. All
the papers except V, VI, VIII, IX Group-C will be divided into three sections A, B, and
C. Section A will consist of three explanatory passages with internal choice, each
carrying 5 marks. Section B will consist of 5 short answer type questions with internal
choice, each carrying 8 marks. Section C will consist of three questions with internal
choice, each carrying 15 marks. Papers, V, VI and VIII will be divided into two sections
A and B. Section A will consist of 5 short answers type questions with internal choice,
each carrying 8 marks. Section B will consist of 3 essay type questions with internal
choice, each carrying 20 marks. Paper IX Group C will have two components (1) Theory
and (2) Practice teaching. Sixty (60) marks will be allotted for theory and forty (40) for
practice teaching. The theory paper will be divided into two sections A and B. Section- A
will consist of 5 short answers type questions with internal choice, each carrying 6 marks.
Section B will consist of two essay type questions will internal choice, each carrying 15
marks.

M. A. Previous
Paper I English Literature From Chaucer to 1660
Chaucer* : The Prologue
Spenser* : Faerie Queene, BK I
Milton* : Paradise Lost, BK I
Donne* : The Canonization; A Valediction: Forbidding
Mourning
Marvell* : To His Coy Mistress
Shakespeare* : Sonnets XVIII, XXIX, XXX, LV, LXIII
Ben Jonson : The Alchemist
Christopher Marlowe* : Dr. Faustus
John Webster : The Duchess of Malfi
Francis Bacon* : Of Truth; Of Great Place; Of Delays
Of Empire;Of Friendship

Paper II English Literature 1660-1798
John Dryden* : Absalom and Achitophel
Alexander Pope* : The Rape of the Lock
Thomas Gray* : Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Fielding : Joseph Andrews
Laurence Sterne : Tristam Shandy
William Congreve* : The Way of the World
R.B. Sheridan : The School for Scandal
Addison and Steele* : The Spectator’s Account of Himself;
Popular Superstitions; Remarks on the English by
the Indian Kings; Sir Roger at the Assizes; The
Coverley Household

Paper III English Literature 1798-1914
William Wordsworth* : Tintern Abbey; Ode on Intimations of
Immortality; Michal
P.B. Shelley* : Adonais
John Keats* : Ode on a Grecian Urn; Ode to Psyche; Ode
on Melancholy;
Charles Lamb* : Christ’s Hospital Five and Thirty Years
Ago; My Relations; The Old and the New
Schoolmaster; A Bachelor’s Complaint of the
Behaviour of Married People
Lord Alfred Tennyson* : Morted Arthur; The Ladyof Shallot
Jane Austen : Emma
Charles Dickens : Great Expectations
Thomas Hardy : Tess
G.B. Shaw : St. John
G.M. Hopkins* : The Carrion Comfort; The Sea and the
Skylark

Paper IV English Literature 1914-2000
W. B. Yeats* : Sailing to Byzantium; Byzantium; Coole
Park and Balylee
T.S. Eliot* : The Waste Land
W.H. Auden* : In the Memory of W.B. Yeats; Song for the
New Year; The Witnesses;
Philip Larkin* : Whitsum Weddings
Ted Hughes* : Wodow; The Jaguar
D.H. Lawrence : Sons and Lovers
Graham Greene : The Power and the Glory
James Joyce : Portrait of the Artist as a Youngman
Samuel Beckett : Waiting for Godot

M. A. Final
Paper V – Structure of Modern English
Part – I English Grammar
Word Classes and their functions.
Grammatical relations in sentences and phrases: Subject, Object, Indirect Object, etc.,
Subject – predicate, head-modifier, etc.
Basic sentence patterns in ‘Kernel Sentences’ (i.e. simple sentences) Main verbs and
auxiliaries.

Modification: adjectives and adjectival phrases, adverbs and adverbial phrases, etc.
Embedding: Clauses in Subject/Object/Prepositional Object Position, Clauses with a
modifier function etc.

Relations between structures: Active/passive, dative shift (i.e. the relation between
ditransitive complementation and the ‘V-NP-TO-NP’ structure), ‘particle movement’ i.e.
transitive phrasal verbs with the particle preceding and following the direct object,
alternation of tensed and infinitival complements, “extraposition from It” (i.e.
extraposition of clausal subject or clausal object)

Movement to clause initial position: questions-formation, relativization, topicalization
(thematic fronting etc.)
Rules of ellipsis: V.P. deletion (i.e. ellipsis of the predication) gapping (i.e. ellipsis of the
verb), conjuction reduction etc.
Rule of ‘focus’: Clefts, pseudo-clefts, etc.

Part – II Phonetics and Spoken English
The use of Spoken English in India; The need for a widely intelligible and generally
acceptable form of Spoken English.
The Speech Mechanism; Organs of speech- respiratory, system, phonatory system and
articulatory system.
The description and classification of speech sounds: Description and classification of
vowels and consonants.
The Phoneme
The Syllable
Various accents of English: Native and non-native accents of English; Indian accents of
English; the received pronunciation of England (RP)
The vowels of English
The consonants of English; consonant-clusters
Word-accent
Accent and rhythm in connected speech and rhyme in verse.
Intonation

Paper VI Critical Theory
Aristotle : Poetics
Dryden : An Essay of Dramatic Poesie
Wordsworth : Preface to Lyrical Ballads
Coleridge : Biographical Literaria, Chapters XIII, XVII
& XVIII
Mathew Arnold : The Study of Poetry
T.S. Eliot: Tradition and the Individual Talent; Hamlet and His
Problems; The metaphysical poets
I.A. Richards : Principles of Literary Criticism, Chapter I
Ferdinand de Sassure : Nature of the Linguistic Sign
Jacqus Derrida : Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of
Human Languages
Elain Showalter : Feminist Criticism in the Wilderness
Northop Fry : The Architypes of Literature
Bharat Muni : Natyashastra
Edward Said : Crisis in Orientalism

Paper – VII Shakespeare
* Henry IV Part I
* Hamlet
* The Tempest
As You Like It
All’s Well That Ends Well
* Antony and Cleopatra
Shakespeare Criticism from 18th to 20th Century with special refernce to the
following critics: Samuel Johnson, Coleridge, A.C. Bradley, G. Wilson Knight,
Granville Barker, E.M.W. Tillyard and H.B. Charlton

Paper – VIII Literary & Social History of England
Literary and Social History of England (From the Age of Chaucer to the Present Day)
1. Factual Questions on Authors and their works
2. Social History of various ages
3. Literary Characteristics of various periods
4. Study of Literary Trends

Paper IX Elective
Group – A: American Literature
* Emerson : The American Scholar; Self-Reliance; The
Over-soul
Thoreau : Civil Disobedience; Where I Lived and
What I Lived for (from Walden)
Hawthrone : The Scarlet Letter
* Poe : The Fall of the House of Usher; The Poetic
Principle
* Whitman : Song of Myself, Crossing Brooklyn Ferry;
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed
Mark Twain : Huckleburry Finn
Faulkner : Light in August
Hemingway : A Farewell to Arms
Tennesse Williams: The Glass Menagerie
Arthur Miller : Death of a Salesman
* Emily Dickinson : After Great Pain A Formal Feeling Comes; I
Heard A Fly Buzz when I Died; The Soul Selects
Her Own Society; I Felt a Funeral in my Brain
• Wallace Stevens : The Emperor of Icecream; Sunday Morning

Group – B: Indian Writing in English
Aurobindo* : Savitri, BK I
R.N. Tagore * : Gitanjali
Nissim Ezekiel* : Case Study; Virginal; Poet; Lover;
Bird-Watcher; A Women Observed; The
Railway Clerk
A.K. Ramanujan* : A River; Obituary; Anxiety; Routine Day
Sonnet; The Striders; Black Hen
Kamala Das* : An Introduction; The Dance of the Eunuchs;
The Freaks; In Love; The Looking Glass
Raja Rao : The Serpent and The Rope
R.K. Narayan : The Guide
Salman Rushdie : Midnight’s Children
Girish Karnad* : Hayavadana
J.L. Nehru : Autobiography, Chapters 44, 47 and 51
Mahatma Gandhi : Hind Swaraj

Group – C: English Language Teachning
1. The Grammar – Translation Method
2. The oral approach and situational language teaching
3. The audio – lingual method
4. Communicative language teaching
5. Total physical response
6. The silent way
7. Community language learning
8. The natural approach
9. Suggestopedia
10. Techniques of teaching languages skills
11. Teaching aids

Group – D: Study of a Genre: Fiction
1. Defoe : Moll Flanders
2. John Bunyan : The Pilgrim’s Progress
3. Thackeray : The Vanity Fair
4. Emile Bronte : Wuthering Heights
5. Dostoevsky : Crime and Punishment
6. Virginia Woolf : Mrs. Dalloway
7. Arundhati Roy : The God of Small Things
8. Maxim Gorky : Mother
9. V.S. Naipaul : ‘Home for Mr. Biswas’
10. Chinua Achebe : ‘Things Fall Apart’

Paper – X
Viva – Voce – 100 Marks.

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Hello sir I am doing M.A. economics form Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University (VBSPU) and I need syllabus of M.A. economics previous year, from which courses can I get syllabus of it? Does the university maintain any section for its courses syllabus?
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