Institute of Advanced Studies in English (IASE), Pune was established in 2003. IASE is a product of their belief that language, culture and progress are inseparable and that language is the key to solve all human problems. Language is more useful and basic for human happiness than even science and technology. Adequate understanding of how language works is therefore a definite step towards success and happiness. Language needs to be looked at as discourse, i. e., a process by which we create, relate, organize and realize meaning. In other words, meaning emerges through social interaction. The IASE provides an opportunity for exploring into this interdisciplinary nature of language.
English being an international language is one of the most powerful social instruments. Like a ray that changes its direction while passing through water, English changes its nature when it comes in contact with alien cultures. The English used by multilingual and multicultural people, therefore, needs to be put in a fresh perspective. The IASE aims at finding relevant solutions to this problem. Above all, the IASE aims at developing an international character full of confidence, quality and relevance. IASE prime objective is to give the knowledge, ideas and skills that are necessary for living and working successfully in the rapidly changing world.
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M.A. English - Stands for Master of Arts in English. An M.A. is a two year postgraduate degree, eligibility for which is an undergraduate degree in any discipline. English is the study of literature,..
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