UGC Net English Coaching
Join best UGC NET English coaching in Delhi to get success in UGC NET English entrance exam 2014-15. It is one of the toughest exams to clear hence every part of the syllabus requires focused approach of learning. One has to be equally good in every aspect whether it is English literature or the basics of American, British or Indian English.
Every now and then we at Deep Institute arrange literature quiz and objective type (including multiple choice questions) practice test based on previous English question papers to make students realize their mistakes and rectify them before the actual exam. Besides UGC NET English coaching the institute also provides English study material.
UGC Net English Syllabus
UGC NET English Paper II
- Chaucer to Shakespeare
- Jacobean to Restoration Periods
- Augustan Age : 18th Century Literature
- Romantic Period
- Victorian Period
- Modern Period
- Contemporary Period
- American and other non – British Literature's
- Literary Theory and Criticism
- Rhetoric and Prosody
UGC NET English Paper III ( A ) ( Core Group )
- British Literature from Chaucer to the present day
- Criticism and Literary Theory.
- Unit – I : Literary Comprehension ( with internal choice of poetry stanza and prose passage; four comprehension questions will be asked carrying 4 marks each ).
- Unit – II : Up to the Renaissance.
- Unit – III : Jacobean to Restoration Periods.
- Unit – IV : Augustan Age 18th Century Literature.
- Unit – V : Romantic Period.
- Unit – VI : Victorian and Pre – Raphaelites.
- Unit – VII : Modem British Literature.
- Unit – VIII : Contemporary British Literature.
- Unit – IX : Literary Theory and Criticism up to T. S. Eliot.
- Unit – X : Contemporary Theory.
UGC NET English Paper III ( B ) ( Elective / Optional )
- Elective – I : History of English Language, English Language Teaching.
- Elective – II : European Literature from Classical Age to the 20th Century.
- Elective – III : Indian writing in English and Indian Literature in English translation.
- Elective – IV : American and other non – British English Literatures.
- Elective – V : Literary Theory and Criticism.