The Department of English was established in the year 1997 since the inception of the college. English being a highly acclaimed link language invites special interest of the young and the promising students from all over the country. It is a well known fact that the rich tradition of English literature has influenced the literaturesof the world. With this view in mind M.A. course was introduced in the department in 2002.
The Department of English covers, enriches and reinforces the rich heritage offered by literature, facilitate ideas that provoke, produce and nurture critical as well as creative thinking, develops inherent values and builds an emotional and intellectual connectivity between the studentsand thesociety. The curriculum for both UG and PG programmes develop rich talents in students, offers industrial environment and is relevant, connecting to every aspect of society. A dynamic environment coupled with a meaningful stress on all-round educational effectiveness facilitates an attitude that lays emphasis on moral, social and intellectual ethics.
|S. No.||Courses offered||Year of Establishment|
|1.||B.Com I II III||1997|
|2.||B.Sc I II III||1997|
|3.||BBA Ist Semester||1997|
The department offers diverse opportunities to the students to discover and develop their talents and exercise their communication skills. The department regularly undertakes the following activities for its students
Post. Script Classroom seminars are also organized regularly to encourage the talent of all the students of the college. The Department has constituted English Literary Association for the benefit of the staff and students of the colleges. The Editing of College Magazine and preparation of Bi-monthly News Bulletin of the college is also done by the department of English
The Seminar was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Ms. SarojPandey , Member of Parliament Durg, LokSabha Constituency, Durg (Chhattisgarh). While present on the occasion Chief Patron of the Seminar Shri I.P. Mishra President Shri Gangajali Education Society, Bhilai, Patron, Dr. Raksha Singh Principal of the college and Additional Director Mr. J Durga Prasad Rao.
Feminism is a concept whose focus is woman and the future of woman in society, which is at the heart of a radical movement striving to create a brave new world for woman. A feministic ally read text can lead to a better understanding of the women’s condition, thereby subverting the male strategies of oppression.
Thus, the very basic of feminism is reformist. As the historian Linda Gordan says, feminism is “An analysis of women’s subordination for the purpose of figuring out how to change it.” At the same time, while dealing with feminism as an ideology and also as a critical tool, it is essential to take note of the fact that it assumes different configuration in accordance with racial, class and cultural variations.
As a literary discourse, it is part of the modernist search for new modes of conceptuality to change the existing pattern of gender relationships. Feminism, thus, offers a fresh perspective for critical analysis linking the study of literature with real life contexts.
For a student, spoken English programme creates a solid base and foundation that the students may use as a starting point for further self-study and self-research, whereas, for the student, who knows, it may be used as a supplement to self-study and self-research to open new areas of thought and new paths of study.The students are enabled to come out of their shell and speak English boldly. Moreover, vigorous training is given to pronounce the English language without mistakes. The classes are interactive and interesting with activities like group discussion on interesting topics role play and language games.
Spoken English classes are taken on regular basis in the session and are put into effect by Mrs. Neeta Sharma and Mrs. Sindhu Nair,under the able guidance of Dr.RahulMene (HOD).
|S. No.||Session||Pass Percentage|
|S. No.||Name of Student||Division||Position in University|
|1.||Ku. Akanksha Ingle||Ist||IInd|
|2.||Ku. Harpreet Kaur Dhillon||Ist||Vth|
|3.||Ku. Farha Shireen||Ist||VIIIth|
|4.||Ku. Jaya Sarkar||Ist||Xth|
All India Essay Writing Event, Organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission(SRCM) and United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan(UNIC).Certificates were awarded to:
|S. No.||Name of the Faculty||Topic||Fund Allocated||Funding Agencies|
|1||Dr. Rahul Mene||Water Resource Management in Durg District(C.G)||Rs.1,90,500/-||UGC – CRO Bhopal|
|S.No.||Name Of The Faculty||No. of Paper Published in Journal||No. of Paper Presented in Seminar/ Conference||No. of Seminar/ Conferences Attended||No. of Workshops Attended||Faculty Development Programme||Book Published|
|02||Mrs. Neeta Sharma||Nil||02||Nil||03||Nil||Nil||Nil||Nil||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|S.No.||Name of the Faculty||Name of Committee|
|1.||Dr. Rahul Mene||Member of the Editorial Board of College Magazine “Kshitij”, List Member of TEACHING ENGLISH ASIA runs by British Council, Joint Secretary of ELT@I (English Language Teachers’ Association of India) Bhilai Chapter, Member of Association for English Studies of India, Member of Prerna Teachers’ Association managed by Shri Shankaracharya Mahavidyalaya Sector-6, Bhilai(C.G.)|
|2.||Mrs. Neeta Sharma||Editor of the college Bi-Monthly News Bulletin, Member of Prerna Teachers’ Association managed by Shri Shankaracharya Mahavidyalaya Sector-6, Bhilai(C.G.)|
|S.No.||Name of Faculty||Qualification||Experience (in Years)||Designation||Email ID|
|1.||Dr. Rahul Mene||M.A. M.Phil. Ph.D.(English||11||HODemail@example.com|
|2.||Mrs. Neeta Sharma||M.A., M.Ed., M.Phil. (English)||2||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Mrs. Sindhu S. Nair takes the classes the as per the requirement of the department.