Frequently Asked Questions

A minor is any second subject apart from your major that you choose to take to complete your credit requirement for the Bachelor's program. For example, a student may get a major in Physics and a minor in History. Students opting to minor in History will enroll for a subset of courses (amounting to a minimum of 18 credits) selected from the course-list offered to regular History majors. Minor students will be expected to adhere to the same standards of intellectual rigour as the English Major students.

Yes, undergraduates can earn part-time jobs by applying and qualifying for the On-Campus Job (OCJ) opportunities provided by the Unversity and earn stipend.

The department has a research-centric pedagogy often inviting student participation for various research projects undertaken by the Faculty and additionally the programme structure allows eligible final year students to undertake supervised individual research in lieu of certain courses.