The Department of English was started in the year 1967-68. This department takes care of teaching Part-II English to various under-graduate programmes offered in this College.
The Department of English conducted a “Remedial Course in English” for the weaker section of students for a period of six weeks in February-March 1999, sponsored by UGC. In association with the department of Tamil, a “Workshop on Creative Writing, Poetry, and Translation Skills” was held on 10th and 11th of October 2001.
The department conducted a seminar on “Teaching English to Socially Disadvantaged Students” in March 2002.
- Ms. K. S. Saradhambal, M.A., M.Phil. (Head)
- Dr. N. Mythili, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., P.G.D.C.E., Ph.D.
- Ms. Karuppaiah Shivsakti Karuppaiah, M.A., M.Phil.
- Dr. K. A. Agalya, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
- K. S. Saradhambal, Empowerment of Women in Shashi Deshpande’s “The Dark Holds No Terror”, Transnationalism in commonwealth literature – An Analysis, ISBN:978-93-84935-09-02. Excellent Publisher, New Delhi.
- N. Mythili, Contemporary society and its Women as depicted in the translated work Silence! The court in In The Session by Vijay Tendultar, Widening the Translation Horizon, ISBN:978-93-80800-23-3, Q Books, Coimbatore.
- N. Mythili, Cultural, Social, Moral Restraints of Nayantara Sahagl’s Women, Women & Culture the War within & without, ISBN:978-81-7735-791-2, Pavai Publications, Chennai.
- N. Mythili, Feminism in the selected novels of Nayantara Sahgal, Tulasi, An Interdisciplinary Research, Bi Annual Journal, ISSN:2347-2650.
|S.No.||Investigator||Title & Duration||Amount|
|1||Ms. K. S. Saradhambal||Sensitizing Contemporary Women towards Empowerment: Role of Indian Women Writers in English (2012 to 2014)||Rs.2,80,000|