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Semester and Year Offered: Winter semester 2018
Course Coordinator and Team: There will be a team of coordinators belonging to the English faculty who individually will guide students as it is a guided reading course though the PhD English coordinator will be the overall coordinator of this course: Dr Bodh Prakash
Emaii of course coordinator: email@example.com
Course description/Objective: This course would require the scholar to engage in guided research on a topic pertinent to her/his area of interest. The main objective of this course is to train the scholar in framing research questions and conducting research on her own research topic. The role of the faculty is visualized here as a guide who acquaints the scholar with various underpinnings of her topic. The theoretical, philosophical and socio-historical aspects of the topic will be discussed and thereafter, the scholar will be expected to look for readings/texts which engage with these aspects. The scholar will finally prepare the reading list and course design in close consultation with the course coordinator within a month of the beginning of Semester II.
On the successful completion of the course it is envisaged that the research scholar will be able to develop a broad reading list which will facilitate the process of her research.
Brief description of modules/ Main modules:
Date/period in which Assessment will take place
Short Reports on readings
Continuous throughout the semester
Reading list: NA (As each researcher engages with a reading list pertinent to her research)
Additional references: NA