English
 

The Department of English was started in the year 1994-95. This department takes care of teaching Part-II English to various under-graduate programmes offered in our College. B.A. English literature was started in the year 2010-11 with an approved intake of 50. The department offers M.Phil. (Part-time) English programme.
A language laboratory is functioning to develop the communication skills of the students. The lab is equipped with 12 systems, headphones and mic, a three-in-one audio system and a 5KVA UPS. The Department conducted a seminar on Teaching English to Socially Disadvantaged Learners in March 2002.
  FACULTY
  • Ms. S. Kalpana, M.A., M.Phil.,                                                                                                  (Head)
  • Mrs. P. Divya, M.A., M.Phil.,
  • Mrs. R. Janani, M.A., M.Phil.,
  • Ms. R. Deepika, M.A., D.T.Ed.,
  • Ms. A.S.Benazir, M.A.,
  • Ms. S.Govardhini, M.A.,
  • Ms.S.Rubini M.A.,M.Phil.,
PUBLICATIONS
  • Ms. S. Kalpana
    • The Marginalization of women with the special Reference to Bama’s Karukku, International Conference on Globalization, Empowerment Education, 2017-18, e-ISSN: 3.025
    • Multimedia For English Language Teaching, Excellent Publications, 2017-18, p-ISSN: 2249-2569, e-ISSN: 2320-2955.
    • Order and Disabilityof Survival in V.S Naipaul’s “A Bend in the River”,Feministic and socialistic Approaches in  New Literature,ISBN:978-9386388-10-0
  • Mrs.P.Divya
    • Diasporic Identity of Indian’s Kamala Markandaya’s The Nowhere Man And Amitagosh’s The Circle Of  Reason, Feministic and socialistic Approaches in  New Literature, ISBN:978-9386388-10-0.
  • Mrs.R.Janani
    • Affliction of relegation and obscurity of post colonialism in Kiran Desai’s the inheritance of loss, International Journal of English Language Literature in Humanities,Feministic and socialistic Approaches in  New Literature,Vol 7,Issue 2, Feb2019, ISSN 2321-7065
    • A Study of Eco- Feminism in Margret Atwood’s Novel “Surface”,Literary Endeavour,National Conference on Gender Discrimination,Vol X Issuse No.4, Jan2019,ISSN:0976-299X.
    • Marginalization of Woman Character The Dark Holds No Terrors,Feministic and socialistic Approaches in  New Literature,ISBN:978-9386388-10-0
    • Affliction of Relegation and obscurity of Post colonialism in Kiran Desai’s the Inheritance of loss,National Conference on Gender Discrimination,Jan 2019.
  • Ms.R.Deepika
    • Eco-Feminism In the Novels Of Anita Nair,Feministic and socialistic Approaches in  New Literature,ISBN:978-9386388-10-0
 SEMINARS / CONFERENCES ORGANIZED
S.No. Date Details
1 Mar. 01, 2008 National Conference on Task-based Learning for Communicative Competence
2 Jan. 20, 2012 National Conference on Culture and Consciousness: A study on novels of Indian Writers in English in 21st Century
3 Jan. 24 & 25, 2013 International Conference on Post Colonial Aesthetics in Modern Indian Fiction
4 Feb. 1, 2014 National Conference on Socio-Cultural Redemption in Comparative Literature
5 Aug. 28, 2015 International Conference on Socio-Feministic Perspective in Modern Indian Fiction
6 Feb. 8, 2019 National Conference on Feministic and Socialistic Approaches in New Literature

 

 ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES

The English Literary Association (ELA) aims at improving the language efficiency of the students. It conducts periodic seminars for the betterment of the students. The department is bringing out an annual bulletin Vasavi Literaria with editorial contributions from students and staff.

 UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS
S.No. Name Year Rank
1 R. Narmadhadevi 2015-2018 5th