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JCR. 2021; 8(2): 293-301


A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF BS ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE CURRICULUM: A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

INAYATULLAH KAKEPOTO.

Abstract
This study engages analysis of BS English language and literature course schema of two newly established public sector universities of Sindh Province. Since these were newly established departments thus, it enhanced researcher interest making analysis of curriculum taught to English Language and Literature students. The data collection source was online information available on university websites and Prospectus. Discourse analysis method was employed drawing the outcomes. The investigated themes were ‘vision, mission, introduction, course design and profile of faculty’ of both universities. The research revealed very interesting results. The department of English, Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering Science & Technology does not display ‘vision and mission’ of the university neither on department website nor Prospectus. The course schema needs revision making it in line with vision and mission of the department achieving academic excellence. However, in terms of faculty QUEST enjoys rich faculty. The department of Linguistics and Human Sciences Begum Nusrat Bhutto (BNB) Women University Sukkur displays vision, mission, and introduction of the department in a befitting manner. The course design is appropriate and presents a clear picture. However, it falls short in PhD faculty. The results of this study would provide insights to heads of Universities, and Sindh Higher Education Commission.

Key words: Critical Analysis, Language and Literature, Curriculum, Discourse Analysis



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