department activities

ACTIVITIES 2018-19 onwards

STUDENT SEMINAR-01

A GROUP OF STUDENTS PRESENTING THEIR PAPER

STUDENTS ATTENDING THE SYMPOSIUM

A Symposium of TDC 3rd Semester (Major) was organized on 18-09-2018. The seminar was held in the E. Resource center of Pub Kamrup College. The students of the respective class presented their papers according to the module set by the supervisor, Mr. Dipen Bezbaruah, HoD, English. The students were divided into six groups and each group presented their papers on six different aspects of Victorian novel.

These are: CONTEXT OF THE VICTORIAN NOVEL, CHARLES DICKENS AS A NOVELIST, NOVELS OF BRONTE SISTERS, THOMAS HARDY AND VICTORIAN NOVEL, VICTORIAN NOVEL- A GENERAL INTRODUCTION AND GEORGE ELIOT AND FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES.

 

DEPARTMENTAL PROJECTS

Class Topic Name of the Supervisor Last Date of Submission
Semester-01 Thematic Aspects of ‘Prologue to the Canterbury Tales’

 

Mr.Montu Saikia 15th September, 2018.
‘The Faerie Queene’ as an Allegory. Mr.Montu Saikia 15th October, 2018.
Thematic Concerns of Shakespearean Sonnet. Mr. Dipen Bezbaruah 30/11/2018
Theme of Unrequited Love in Michael Drayton’s ‘Since there is no Help’ Miss Vipasha Bhardwaj 30/11/2018
Semester-V Brecht’s “The Life of Galileo” as a Specimen of Epic Theatre Mr. Montu Saikia 30/11/2018

Academic Year 2020-21

Report on 3rd Semester (CBCS) Student Seminar

Organized by the Department of English, Pub Kamrup College, Baihata Charali.

The Department of English, Pub Kamrup College, as a part of its student seminar series, had organized a seminar for the 3rd semester students on 19.03.2021. The topic of the seminar was “English Literature: Contexts and Perspectives”. Mr. Montu Saikia had presented an engaging and insightful talk on “Literature: Background and Perspective, A New Historicist Dialogue”. His presentation was followed by Dr. Dipen Bezbaruah’s enlightening talk on “Interlinking of context and content in English Literature down the Ages”. The seminar was a collective effort of the Department of English and it had an inquisitive audience. A total of 40 students from the 3rd semester had presented their paper which was followed by an interactive session.

 

Leave a Comment