E-ProF Interdisciplinary Workshops provide theoretical knowledge and practical training in connecting literature and other disciplines for academic and professional objectives. These Workshops also aim at research- and employment-oriented skill-development.
E-ProF Skill Development Programs are intensively focussed on developing a variety of professional skills that would enhance employability.
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A one day workshop series where a brief lecture on a topical social issue would be delivered, followed by group discussions by participating post grad students of English Literature. There will also be intercollegiate competitions in Poster Design and Public Speaking, as well as a quiz, on the same topic. Winners will be awarded the opportunity of participating in a Skill Enhancement programme of 3 - 5 days' duration, run by experts in the field. Competition for MA Dissertations Participate in the state wide competition for MA Dissertations, organised jointly by E ProF, the English Literature professionals' forum, and LittCrit, the internationally accredited journal started in 1975 by Dr. P. K. Rajan.
E-ProF proposes to conduct a series of workshops in European Literature, starting early 2016. Each workshop will be of 4 days' duration, and will cover 20th century Literature in different European languages. Beginning with German Literature, sessions will also be conducted in Literature written in Russian, French, Italian and Spanish. Experts in the field from across India will be invited to lead the sessions, which will feature lectures, speeches and interactive sessions.
English Literature Professionals Forum or E-ProF', the first ever professional forum for English literature professionals for professional growth, exchange of ideas and academic enrichment was inaugurated by chairperson of curriculum committee of Additional Skill Acquisition Programme Prof Jameela Begum on 21 August 2015.
When a team of passionate mentors, coaches and aspiring trainers come together, the room has to reverberate with energy, knowledge and brilliance. This is what the 5 day Workshop on ‘Training for Trainers in Life Skills’, organised by E-ProF, English Language Professionals Forum, in association with Indian Association for Life Skills Education (IALSE) witnessed. Along with bringing in richness of knowledge, the trainers who came down from various parts of India and SriLanka brought in a great cultural blend and multifaceted experience as well.
Though Immanuel Kant, Bertolt Brecht, Thomas Mann et al. are celebrated and studied for their independent achievements, a true appreciation of German Literature and its contribution to World Literature is a void in the curriculum of our universities.