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Introduction

The importance of English language in the present world indubitable. Persons equipped with it may excel in their fields. Knowledge of English enhances the skill proficiencies and employability of the persons using it. It is at the core of the industries across the glob. It is a means of exposure to multitude of cultures across the world. Subsequently, the Department of English works to imbue skills among the students and acquaint them with various cultures.

Goals and objectives

  1. To inform the students about the importance of English in the present scenario.
  2. To acquaint the students with the fundamental subtleties of English.
  3. To enable the students to acquire enough linguistic competence in English.
  4. To equip the students with the linguistic skills that would enable them to communicate in English.
  5. To encourage the students to use English in their routine life.
  6. To expose the students to worldwide cultures through teaching English literature.
  7. To make students appreciate and enjoy English literature.
  8. To inculcate human values in the students through the study of literature.
  9. To impart the students with the critical insight for the study of literature.

Activities

  1. English Language Test
  2. Screening of relevant English films
  3. Motivational talks
  4. Organization of seminars and workshops
  5. Courses in English Language
  6. Publication of English issue of Manas Wallpaper
  7. Awards to meritorious students.
  8. Seminars and self study projects

Best Practices

  1. English Language Test
  2. Courses in English Language
  3. Publication of English issue of Manas Wallpaper
  4. Students are made to anchor programmes organized by the department.

Faculty

Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Specialization Title of Ph. D. Thesis
Dr. Uttam Ramchandra Patil M. A., SET, Ph. D. Head & Associate Professor ELT, Linguistics & Stylistics MORPHOPHONEMIC AND MORPHOSEMANTIC REALIZATIONS OF SELECT ENGLISH AFFIXES AT THE POST-GRADUATE LEVEL IN CONVENTIONAL DEPARTMENTS IN SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
Dr. Madhavi Shashikant Solankurkar M.A., B. Ed., SET, Ph. D. Associate Professor English Literature A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE WORLD OF CHILDREN IN THE SHORT STORIES OF RUSKIN BOND AND PRAKASH NARAYAN SANT
Dr. Prashantkumar Bhupal Kamble M.A., M. Phil., Ph. D. Assistant Professor English Literature A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF EDNA O’BRIEN AS A NOVELIST

Research work

Dr. Uttam R. Patil

Title of Paper Name of Journal/Book Year of Publication ISSN/ISBN No.
Scope for teachingEnglish communicationthrough English Short Stories The criterion 2013 0976-8165
English Literature for teaching communication in English Labyrinth 2013 0976-0814
Global Employment opportunities and English Language Proficiency Navajyot 2013 2277-8063
Ecocriticism Aanni Anna Bhaunchi Katha Parivartanacha Jagar 2013 978-93-82028-02-04
Feminine Suffixes of English , Marathi & Hindi IJMR 2015 2277-9302
Meenakshi : Quintessence of wifely and Motherly Mentality Psychological Exploration of Indian Women in Novels of Indian Women Novelist 2015 978-93-82028-82-8
Communication in English and Knowledge of English Affixes Sanwad Kaushelya Aani Prasarmadhyame 2015 978-93-84309-00-8
Portrayal of Mother in Ramanujan’s “Ecology” The Criterion 2017 0976-8165
'ArunKolatkar's 'woman': An Ironic Portrayal' Journal of Higher Education and Research Society 2018 2349-0209
English and Marathi Suffixes Implying Person: A Comparative Study Aayushi International Interdisciplinary Research Journal 2018 2349-638x

Dr. Madhavi S. Solankurkar

Title of Paper Name of Journal/Book Year of Publication ISSN/ISBN No.
Child Psychology and Ruskin Bond’s Story IJAER 2018 2455-6157
Ruskin Bond’s The Eye of the Eagle: A Lesion in Grand Parenting NJMRD 2018 2455-9040
Psychological Suffering in Manju Kapur’s Custody Psychological Exploration of Indian Women in Novels of Indian Women Novelist 2015 978-93-82028-82-8

Dr. Prashantkumar B. Kamble

Title of Paper Name of Journal/Book Year of Publication ISSN/ISBN No.
Socio-Religious Aspects in the novels of Anita Desai Resurrection 2013 2278-0379
Ethic Culture in the Novel of ManojDas’ Cyclone ‘Quest’ 2013 0974-5041
Women, Love and Marriage in ShobhaDe’s Fiction Resurrection 2013 2278-0319
Cultural and religious studies in Collaghan’s Such Is My Beloved Renaissance 2014 2277-7644
Editor Psychological Exploration of Indian Women in Novels of Indian Women Novelist 2015 978-93-82028-82-8
Psychological Exploration of women : The Indian Literacy context Psychological Exploration of Indian Women in Novels of Indian Women Novelist 2015 978-93-82028-82-8
Author A critical Assessment of Edna O’Brien As A Novelist 2015 978-93-82028-63-5
ICT for Quality Education in India Enhancing Quality Education and Environment Consciousness Through IQAC in Colleges 2015 978-93-82028-82-6
Role of ICT to Enrich Quality in Teaching, Learning and Evaluation and Expectations by NAAC Enhancing Quality Education and Environment Consciousness Through IQAC in Colleges 2015 978-93-82028-82-6
The Glass Menagerie Understanding Drama 2015 978-81-8486-600-1
Cultural conflict in the Novel of I Hussian’s – Parada Resurrection 2016 2278-0319
  • MRPs
    1. Dr. Prashantkumar Kamble has completed the UGC Minor Research Project on Psychological Exploration of Indian Womenin Novels of Indian Women Novelist
  • Ph. D. Fellows
    1. Dr. Prashantkumar Kamble is supervising four students for their Ph. D.

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