NTRCA English Written Syllabus College Level

Non-Government Teachers’ Registration & Certification Authority (NTRCA) shares opportunities to be a teacher in Non-governmental secondary and higher secondary educational institutions. Millions of students nationwide go in for this exam and enter their desired professional journey as teachers.

Students from different backgrounds get this opportunity. Among the many, English is one of the leading subjects, and it offers a huge number of vacancies. Our country’s high demand for English makes English teachers more valuable and honorable.

Our platform, Literature Xpres, is here to pave the way for you to become a teacher. Here is the syllabus for the English lecturer written Exam.

The whole question paper consists of eight different items. The following writing presents these items serially.

Question 1: In this section, students are asked to answer two questions among four from the History of English Literature. You have to study the ages from the Renaissance (1500-1660) to the Modern Period (1901-1939). Each question bears 10 marks.

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Question 2: Four questions will be given based on some individual authors. Students have to answer two questions (each question carries 10 marks). Name of the authors are: William Shakespeare, John Milton, Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, Charles Dickens, Willam Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron, Edward Morgan Forster, George Bernard Shaw, and Thomas Stearns Eliot.

Question 3: Five marks bearing four questions will have to be answered among the given eight. Literary terms are the items here. Suggested topics are Epic, Drama, Novel, Tragedy, Comedy, Tragi-Comedy, Short Story, Romance, Allegory, Ode, Ballad, Lyric, Pastoral Poetry, Dramatic Monologue, Elegy, Sonnet, Mock-Epic, Satire, Three Unities, Morality Plays. Fable, Interlude, soliloquy, Poetic Justice, Parable, etc.

Question 4: Five out of Five must be answered! Each bears two marks. Figures of Speech are the elements of this section. Some specimens to practise are Simile, Metaphor, Image, Irony, Analogy, Symbol, Conceit, Wit, Personification, Hyperbole, Paradox, Epigram, Climax, and Anti-Climax.

Question 5: A passage will be given, and students will have to summarize it. This bears 10 marks.

Question 6: Both Formal and Informal letters will be given. Students will answer any of these two. This item also carries 10 marks.

Question 7: Changing words is the topic here. Seven words will be given, and students will be asked to change their form. Five words will have to be done. Each bears one mark.

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Question 8: Seven incomplete sentences will be provided. Five will be completed. Each bears the same mark as the earlier question.

To be prepared for this giant syllabus, you must have knowledge from the Elizabethan age to the Modern age and from Shakespeare to Thomas Stearns Eliot. You have to know the outcome of poetic justice as well as the downfall of tragedy. Besides, writing skills and linguistic knowledge are a must to cut a better figure.


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