Arts Department

Department of English

Goals

To motivate and encourage students for excellence and research in English language and literature

Objectives

To develop communicative competency among students To give exposure to emerging trends in language and literature To develop and nourish the creative ability of students To enhance language and literature through research To instil universal values through language and literature

About the Department

The Department of English started in 1971 along with establishment of the college. The department plays an important role in addressing the students especially from minority and depressed communities. It endeavours to create awareness and interest among the students regarding English language and literature. For this purpose, the department has developed a departmental Library. It provides Language-lab facility for enriching students’ communicative competence as well. The English Department happens to be the large department in the Arts stream of the college with 3 fulltime fully qualified faculty members with ample experience of teaching and research. The department has the Post-Graduate programme since 2006-07. Recently, the department has received permission from the affiliating university to start a new Ph.D Research Centre. The department has persistently striven to provide quality teaching to the students who are drawn to the college from rural background and tribal area. In terms of resources and infrastructure, the department has latest audio visual equipments at its disposal such as a LCD projector with screen and K-Yan. The department collects the films related to literature and syllabus that enables us to arrange screenings for students from time and again. The department is also running 4-Credit Certificate Course in English.

The Department is carrying various extension activities like ‘William Wordsworth Poetry Writing Competition’, ‘Online Quiz Competition on William Shakespeare’, NET/SET Workshop for PG students. The English Literary Association (ELA) provides a platform to the students for extra and co-curricular activities such as poetry reading, elocution, debate etc. Our students too have persistently made their mark in competitions like soliloquy, debate, elocution, paper presentation etc. and have bagged various prizes.

Under Graduate: B.A English

Course No. Subject Code Sem-I CO Sem-II CO
1 UAE (ENG-11011) / UAE (ENG-11012) FYBA Compulsory English CO FYBA Compulsory English CO
2 UAE (ENG-11331) / UAE (ENG-11332) FYBA Optional English FYBA Optional English
3 UAE (ENG-111) / UAE (ENG-121) FYBCom Compulsory English FYBCom Compulsory English
4 UAC (ENG-117-A) / UAE (ENG-127-A) FYBCom Additional English FYBCom Additional English
5 UAC (ENG-23001) / UAE (ENG-24001 SYBA Compulsory English SYBA Compulsory English
6 UAE (ENG-23331) / UAE (ENG-24331) Appreciating Drama- (DSC-1A) Appreciating Drama- (DSC-1B)
7 UAE (ENG-23332) / UAE (ENG-24332) Appreciating Poetry-(DSC-2A) Appreciating Poetry-(DSC-2B)
8 UAE (ENG-23333) / UAE (ENG-24333) Advanced Study in English Language-(SEC-1A) Advanced Study in English Language(SEC-1B)
9 UAE (ENG-23334) / UAE (ENG-24334) Mastering Communication Skills-(SEC-2A) Mastering Communication Skills-(SEC-2B)
10 UAE (ENG-23321) / UAE (ENG-24321) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
11 UAE (ENG-23321) / UAE (ENG-24321) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
12 UAE (ENG -35001) / UAE (ENG -36001) TYBA Compulsory English TYBA Compulsory English
13 UAE (ENG -35331) / UAE (ENG -36331) Appreciating Novel (DSE-1C) Appreciating Novel (DSE-1D)
14 UAE (ENG -35332) / UAE (ENG -36332) Introduction to Literary Criticism (DSE-2C) Introduction to Literary Criticism (DSE-2D)
15 UAE (ENG -35333) / UAE (ENG -36333) Enhancing Employability Skills (SEC-1C) Enhancing Employability Skills (SEC-1D)
16 UAE (ENG -35334) / UAE (ENG -36334) Master in Life Skills and Life Values (SEC-2C) Master in Life Skills and Life Values (SEC-2D)

Post Graduate: MA- English

Course No. Sem-I MA I Sem-II MA II
1 PAE (ENG -10601) English Literature from 1550 to 1798 PAE (ENG -20601) English Literature from 1550 to 1798
2 PAE (ENG -10602) English Literature from 1798 to Present PAE (ENG -20602) English Literature from 1798 to Present
3 PAE (ENG -10603) Contemporary Studies in English Language PAE (ENG -20603) Contemporary Studies in English Language
4 PAE (ENG -10604) Literary Criticism and Theory PAE (ENG -20604) Literary Criticism and Theory

Post Graduate: MA- II

Course No. Sem-III MA Sem-IV MA
5 PAE (ENG -30601) Indian Writing in English PAE (ENG -40601) Indian Writing in English
6 PAE (ENG -30602) Applied Linguistics PAE (ENG -40602) Applied Linguistics
7 PAE (ENG -30606) American Literature PAE (ENG -40606) American Literature
8 PAE (ENG -30608) World Literature in English PAE (ENG -40608) World Literature in English

BA (Eng) 2019 Toppers

  • 1. Donde Vijay Prakash -856/1200 [71.33 %]
  • 2. Raundal Piyusha Bhausaheb- 845/1200 [70.41%]
  • 3. Tathe Rahul Somnath- 806/1200 [67.16 %]

MA- I [SEM –I] [Oct/Nov 2018] RESULT 2018-19

Sr. No. Class & Subject [MA SEM I] Name of the Teacher No. of Stu. App. in Exam Dist. 1st Class High 2nd Class 2nd Class Pass Class Fail Total Passed Ab. Percentage %
1 English Literature from 1550-1787 [20691] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 29 Nil 03 03 04 011 06 21 02 77.77 %
2 English Literature from 1798-2000 [20692] Mr. Sadiq Ali Peerzada 29 Nil 04 05 03 06 09 18 02 66.66 %
3 Contemporary Studies in English Language[20693] Mr. Sadiq Ali Peerzada 29 Nil 06 04 07 02 07 19 03 73 %
4 Literary Criticism & Theory [20694] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 29 Nil 01 05 6 08 04 20 05 83.33 %

MA – II [SEM III] [Oct/Nov 2018] RESULT 2018-19

Sr. No. Class & Subject MA-II [SEM III] Name of the Teacher No. of Stu. App. in Exam Dist. 1st Class High 2nd Class 2nd Class Pass Class Fail Total Passed Ab. Percentage %
1 Indian Writing in English [30691] Dr. Sandeep Wagh 12 Nil Nil 02 08 Nil 01 11 Nil 91.66 %
2 English Language &Literature Teaching [30692] Mr. Kishor Nikam 12 Nil 01 06 02 Nil 02 09 01 81.81 %
3 American Literature [30698] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 12 Nil 01 Nil 05 01 04 07 01 63.63 %
4 Research methodology [30699] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 12 Nil 01 04 Nil Nil 06 05 01 45.45 %

MA –II [SEM IV] [May 2019] RESULT 2018-19

Sr. No. Class & Subject MA-II [SEM IV] Name of the Teacher No. of Stu. App. in Exam Dist. 1st Class High 2nd Class 2nd Class Pass Class Fail Total Passed Ab. Percentage %
1 Indian Writing in English [40691] Dr. Sandeep Wagh 11 Nil 02 04 04 Nil 01 10 Nil 90.90 %
2 English Language &Literature Teaching [40692] Mr. Kishor Nikam 11 Nil 04 02 04 01 Nil 11 Nil 100 %
3 American Literature [40698] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 11 Nil 05 03 03 Nil Nil 11 Nil 100 %
4 Research methodology [40699] Mr. Swapnil Alhat 11 Nil 03 03 02 02 01 10 Nil 90.90 %

MA FINAL RESULT 2018-19

Sr. No. Class No. of Students App. For the Exam Grades Received Total No. of Students Passed Total No. of Students Failed Percentage %
O A+ A B+ B C D E F
1 MA FINAL RESULT 2018-19 11 00 00 01 04 04 00 00 00 02 09 02 81.81 %

Toppers of MA [Eng] (2018-19)

  • 1) Ahire Yogita Baban 971/1600 - [60.69 %]
  • 2) Gadakh Punam Suresh 930/1600 - [58.13 %]
  • 3) Chavan Mohini Dilip 923/1600 - [57.69%]

Staff Achievements

Awards / Recognition

  • Dr. Kishore Nikam has been awarded Ph.D from north Maharashtra University, Jalgaon (MS).
  • Dr. Sandeep Wagh has been awarded Ph.D from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (MS).

A. Research Projects

Name of the Project/ Endowment, Chairs Name of the Principal Investigator/Co-investigator Department of Principal Investigator Year of Award Amount Sanctioned Duration of the project Name of the Funding Agency Type (Government/non-Government)
Difficulties of UG students in acquiring communicative
competence in English in the rural and hilly
area of Nampur, Taharabad and Satana
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Department of English 2012 50,000 2 Years UGC Government

B. Research Publications

Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal Year of publication ISSN number Link to the recognition in UGC
enlistment of the Journal
The Socio-Cultural
Difficulties to Acquire
English Oral
Communicative Skills
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Uniresearch
(UGC Approved)
P. 22-25 ( Jan.-June 2016) 2348-7143 Link
Factors Influencing
the Spoken
English Skills
of Students
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Research Journey
Uniresearch
(UGC Approved)
P. 22-25 ( Jan.-June 2016) 2348-7143 Link
The Colonizers’
Attitude Towards
the Cultures of the
Colonized Nations with
Special Reference to Chinua
Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Uniresearch
(UGC Approved)
P.27-30 (Nov. 2016) 2321-4953 Link
The Need of ICT to Enhance the
Communicative
Competence
in English
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Research Journey
(UGC Approved)
P.24-27 (April, May, June 2017) 2348-7143 Link
Use of Computer in
Teaching English Literature
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Research Journey
(UGC Approved)
P. 207-209 (Dec. 2017) 2348-7143 Link
A Study of the Nature of
Curriculum and Syllabi
of English at the Post
Graduate Level in the Context
of Developing Oral Communicative Skills
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam LangLit(UGC Approved) P. 162-166 (August 2017) 2349-5189 Link
A Study of the Nature of
Teaching Methodology
in the Context of
Developing English Oral
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Newman International
Journal (UGC Approved)
P.50-52 (August 2017) 2348-1390 Link
The Nature of Evaluation
as a Barrier to Improve
English Oral Communication
of Students
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Newman International
Journal (UGC Approved)
P.94-96 (Sept. 2017) 2348-1390 Link
A Study of Mobile
Assisted Learning (MALL)
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Ajanta (UGC Approved) (Jan. to March 2019) 2277- 5730 Link
Teaching Communicative
Skills to the Student
Community as a Best practice
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Kala: The Journal of
Indian Art History
Congress
(UGC CARE listed in Grp I))
P. 160-162 (Feb. 2021) 0975-7945 Link
A Study of Gopinath
Mohanty’s Novel
Paraja as a Subaltern Novel
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam The Journal of Oriental
Research,
Madras
(UGC CARE listed
in Grp I))
P. 165-167 (Feb. 2022) 0022-3301 Link
A Study of Communication
in Report Writing
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Journal of Education P. 156-158 (April 2022) 0972-7175 Link
Depiction of the Marginalized
in ‘The God
of Small Things’
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Vi. Ka. Rajwade’s ‘Sanshodhak’ March 2022 ISSN No. 2394-5990 Link
The Myth of Yavakari
in Girish Karnad’s
‘The Fire and the Rain’
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Research Journey: Multidisciplinary
International
E-Research Peer Reviewed Journal
April 2022 ISSN-2348-7143. Link
Realism is Raja Rao’s Kanthapura Dr. Sandeep Wagh ‘Sambodhi’, a UGC
Care listed
Indexed, Peer
Reviewed and
Referred Journal
January-2021 ISSN-2249-666 Link
Black Humour in Satish
Alekar’s ‘Mahanirvan’ (The Dread Departure)
Dr. Sandeep Wagh ‘Kala: The Journal
of Art History Congress’
Feb-2021 ISSN- 0975-7945 Link
The Legend of Bon Bibi
in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Akshar Wangmay UGC Care-Listed
and Peer Reviewed International
Research Journal
February-2020 ISSN-2223-4929 Link
Organizing the Disorganized:
Gulzar’s Translation of Kusumagraj’s
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Research Journey:
International E- Research Journal
February-2019 ISSN-2348-7143 Link
Critical Analysis of
Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide:
A Subaltern Perspective
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Vidyawartha: International
Multilingual Referred Journal
Dec-2018 ISSN 2319-9318 Link
Impact of Dr. Ambedkar’s
Thoughts on Dalit Literature
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Research Journey:
Multidisciplinary International E-Research Journal
April-2018 ISSN-2348-7143 Link
The Marginalised Subverting
the Centre in Amitav Ghosh’s
Sea of Poppies
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Research Journey:
Multidisciplinary International
E-Research Journal
Feb-2018 ISSN-2348-7143 Link
The Marginalised Subverting
the Centre in Amitav Ghosh’s
“The Calcutta Chromosome”
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Creative Space: International Journal Feb-2016 ISSN 2347-1689 Link
Writing of Self and Society:
A Study of Laxman Gaikwad’s
Novel The Branded
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Shoryabhumi: The peer reviewed
International Journal of
Multidisciplinary Research
Oct-2013 ISSN 2319-720X
Historicity of the Text and
Textuality of History in Salman
Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children
Dr. Sandeep Wagh Shoryabhumi: The peer reviewed
International Journal of
Multidisciplinary Research
April-2013 ISSN 2319-720X
Lack of Communication
and Marital Alienation: A
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Vidyawarta 2319 9318
The Representation of
the Theme of Globalization and
Corruption in Modern India
in Aravind Adiga’s ‘The White Tiger”
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Vidyawarta 2319 9318
Word Formation Processes
in English: some
Underlying principles.
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Research Journey 2348-7143
Double Standards of
Patriarchal Institution-A
Study of Girish Karnad’s Nagmandala
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Vidyawarta 2319- 9318
Ammu in 'The God of Small Things'
: A Victim of Patriarchal Domination'
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Vidyawarta 2319- 9318
THE DIASPORIC EXPERIENCE
AND IDENTITY CRISIS :
A STUDY OF JHUMPA LAHIRI'S
THE NAMESAKE
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Research Journey 2348-7143
The Namesake: Cradle of
Identity Crisis and Diasporic
Experiences
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Research Journey 2348-7143
Virtual Classroom:
Advantages and Disadvantages
Dr. Sarala K. Sanap Futuristic Innovative Trends

C. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Webinar organized

Year Name of the
workshop/ seminar
Number of
Participants
Date From – To Link to the
Activity report on the
website
2016 A Two-Day State
Level Conference
on “Postcolonialism
and Ecocriticism
in Indian Literature”
60 5th and 6th
February 2016
2018 A State Level Conference
on “Digitalization
of English Language
and Literature Teaching”
84 30th January 2018

D. Book Published

Sl. No. Name of the teacher Title of the book/chapters
published
Title of the paper Title of the proceedings
of the conference
Name of the conference National / International Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number
of the proceeding
Affiliating Institute
at the time of publication
Dr. Kishore R. Nikam Enhancing English Oral
Communicative Skills
National 2020 978-93-87945-82-1

E. Awards /Recognitions

Year Name of the award/ medal Team / Individual University/State
/National/ International
Sports/ Cultural Name of the student
2017-18 Best Research Paper Award Individual District level Shaikh Anam Fatema Chiragudding (MA)
2016-17 Soliloquy Presentation Individual District level Cultural Pallavi Pawar (MA)
2021-22 Consolation Award
-Debate Competition
Individual Regional level Samina Rafik Sayyad

5. Linkages and Collaborations/ MOU’s

Organisation with which
MoU is signed
Name of the institution/
industry/ corporate house
Year of signing MoU Duration List the actual activities
under each MOU year wise
Number of students/teachers
participated under MoUs
Department of English,
STKIP PGRI Bandar Lampunp,
Indonesia
Department of English, STKIP
PGRI Bandar Lampunp, Indonesia
2019

Programmes Run by the Department

Name of the Programme POs PSOs
B. A. ENGLISH PO1: Develop multidisciplinary academic foundation
PO2: Demonstrate wide knowledge in the humanities and social sciences that is fairly sufficient to expose them to numerous job opportunities.
PO3: Sharpen students’ social analytical skills to enable them participate in liberating peoples and communities from all forms of bondage.
PO4: Skill and train Graduates, who are able to teach, do research and handle social responsibilities in private and public enterprises.
PO5: Develop ability to analyze, synthesize and integrate knowledge and capabilities to evaluate the validity of arguments and conclusion.
PO6: Increase social interaction with society and intercede the disagreement and help to reach conclusion in group discussion, demonstrate intellectual awareness and competencies. Respect ones’ cultural identity and values.
PO7: Well-informed about the value system, moral dimensions and responsibilities towards the Nation and Society.
PO8: Demonstrate personal and intellectual integrity and academic accountability likewise collaborate respectfully with others, individually and in teams.
PO9: Sound knowledge of the issues and problems of environment and sustainability development.
PO10: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in broad context of socio-technological changes.
PSO1: Students will be able appreciate, construe and comprehend the major and minor forms of English literature.
PSO2: Students will have developed a leaning towards English literature and language.
PSO3: Students will be well informed about the literary theories, terms and concepts in criticism and able to apply the critical theories.
PSO4: Will be able to use English Language effectively in formal and informal communications.
PSO5: Students will be able to write creatively.
PSO6: Students will have strengthened confidence to face the challenges thus getting jobs in the corporate and government sectors.

F.Y. B. A. English

Name of the Programme COs
Compulsory English CO1: To familiarize students with excellent pieces of prose and poetry in English so that they realize the beauty and communicative power of English.
CO2: To expose them to native cultural experiences and situations in order to develop human
values and social awareness.
CO3: To develop overall linguistic competence and communicative skills of the students.
CO4: To revise basic concepts of English Grammar.
CO5: To develop aptitude for language and literature among students.
Name of the Programme COs
Additional English CO1: To acquaint students with minor forms of English literature and help them to appreciate creative use of English language and literature.
CO2: To introduce students to the basics of literature and language.
CO3: To develop an integrated view about language and literature among students.
CO4: To introduce students to the basics of phonology of English language.
CO5: To enhance the employability skills by increasing communicative competence.

S.Y.B.A

Name of the Programme COs
SYBA:23001/24001 Compulsory English CO1: To familiarize students with excellent pieces of prose and poetry in English so that they realize the beauty and communicative power of English.
CO2: To develop students’ interest in reading literary pieces
CO3: To instill universal values through best pieces of literature in English.
CO4: To develop effective communication Skills by developing ability to use to right words in the right context.
CO5: To develop employability of the students by developing Soft Skills.
CO6: To develop the knowledge of grammatical system of English Language for better linguistic competence.

Skill Enhancement Course

Name of the Programme COs
Skill Enhancement Course:23333/24333 Advanced Study of English CO1: To introduce students to various components of English Language.
CO2: Analyze the structure and evolution of English words and texts from the point of view of morphology, phonology, grammar, syntax and semantics
CO3: Identify and describe the nature and function of language as a human attribute, including language acquisition, language and society, language and culture, language and thought.
CO4: To enhance communicative skills of students by developing insight into the working of language.
CO5: Comprehend the articulation of English speech sounds.
CO6: Identify the manner of articulation and classification of vowels and consonants.
CO7: Ability to read and write phonetic transcription.
CO8: To introduce students to International Varieties of English.

Discipline Specific Course

Name of the Programme COs
Course: 23331/24331 Appreciating Drama CO1: To introduce Drama as a Major form of Literature.
CO2: To acquaint the students with the history, elements and types of Drama.
CO3: To enhances students’ awareness regarding aesthetics of Drama and to empower them to evaluate Drama independently.
CO4: To acquaint the students regarding the literary and the performing dimensions of Drama. CO5: To encourage students to make a detailed study of some masterpieces of English Drama. CO6: To develop interest among the students to appreciate and analyze Drama independently.
Name of the Programme COs
Course: 23332/24332 Appreciating Poetry CO1: Discuss the historical development of Poetry as a Major form of literature.
CO2: To familiarize students with the terminology in Poetry Criticism.
CO3: To encourage students to make a detailed study of a few sample masterpieces of English poetry.
CO4: To enhance students’ awareness in the aesthetics of Poetry and to empower them to critically appreciate and evaluate Poetry.
CO5: Explicate poems and enumerate literary devices used in the poems.

T. Y. B. A. ENGLISH

Name of the Programme COs
T. Y. B. A. ENGLISH Course: 35001/36001 Compulsory English CO1: To introduce students to the best uses of language in literature.
CO2: To familiarize students with the communicative power of English.
CO3: To enable students to become competent user of English in real life situations.
CO4: To contribute to their overall personality development by improving their communicative and soft skills.
CO5: To acquaint students with Presentation Skills

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)

Name of the Programme COs
35333/36333 Enhancing Employability Skills CO1: Comment upon various aspect of linguistic study.
CO2: Describe and discuss Syntax, Semantics and Pragmatics.
CO3: Illustrate Speech Act theory.
CO4: Aware of different types of sentences and structure of sentences.
CO5: Encapsulate varied dialects of Indian Poetry.
CO6: Compare and Contrast between Indian Poetic style and Other Poetic style.
CO7: Construe the poem from varied cultural points of view.
CO8 : Familiarize with the distinguished art of Indian English Poetry.

Discipline Specific Elective

Name of the Programme COs
35331/36331 Appreciating Novel CO1: Give account of rise of English novel CO2: Encapsulate varied types of novels.
CO3: Enumerate various elements of Novel.
CO4: Comment upon the narrative technique of the novel.
CO5: Compare and contrast the characters of prescribed novels of the syllabus.
CO6: Construe novel from social, historical and political background.

S. Y. B. Sc.

Name of the Programme COs
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 23321/ 24321 English CO1: Compose and draft letters, essays and reports
CO2: Recapitulate prose and poetry.
CO3: Employ vocabulary in everyday conversation
CO4: Transform the different types of sentences.
CO5: Communicate competently in day-to-day life.
CO6: To confidently use English in both written and spoken forms
CO7: To use English for formal communication effectively

M.A. English

Name of the Programme POs PSOs
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 23321/ 24321 English PO1: Demonstrate and employ an appropriate level to expertize in literary history, literary theory and rhetoric.
PO2: Practice high-level proficiency in literary research and in the synthesis of research.
PO3: Critically analyze skills in the interpretation and evaluation of literary texts.
PO4: Demonstrate a command over written academic English, including the abilities to…
a. Organize and present material in a cogent fashion
b. Formulate and defend original argument
c. Employ effectively the language of their discipline
d. Write under time constraints.
PO4: Develop abilities to think and comprehend in English language.
PO5: Enhance their application and understanding of culturally diverse society
PO6: Through a close interaction with literary or creative works which portray a diverse range of human thought, emotion and experience, learners gained knowledge and understanding of the nature of human existence and of the world and the society in which they live.
PO7: Identify complexities of human psyche through various themes and genres of literature which will lead in deep understanding of human values such as righteousness, morality, propriety, correctness and more importantly resect towards women.
PO8: Well-informed to the issues related to environment and steps needed to be implemented for its sustainability through the study of Eco-Critical texts.
PO9: Perform their duties and aware of their obligation and role towards nation and nation building thus creating a law abiding and responsible citizen.
PSO1: Students will be acquainted to the historical development of English Literature.
PSO2: Students will be able to perceive the literary pieces of Indian and American Literature.
PSO3: Students will be able to employ the knowledge of English to enhance Listening,Speaking, Reading and Writing skills. PSO4: Students will be able expound on the theories of literature and language.

Course Outcomes

Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 1: English Literature from 1550-1798 (Sem-I-10601/Sem-II-20601) CO1: Encapsulate about the growth and decline of English Drama in the said period.
CO2: Expound the master pieces of 16th, 17th Period
CO3: Well-acquainted with the salient features of various Ages of English Literature.
CO4: Recapitulate prescribed text of the syllabus.
CO5: Relate to the human values perceived through the literary text.
CO6: Identify and discuss the literary devices employed in a text.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 2: English Literature from 1798 to Present (Sem-I-10602/Sem-II-20602) CO1: Construe and comment upon the literary master pieces by its genres.
CO2: Expound the understanding of the Novel.
CO3: Comment upon the narrative technique likewise varied elements employed in the novel.
CO4: Discuss the changes taken place in the art of poetry writing. CO5: Compare and contrast the poets and their creative philosophies. CO6: Explicate the literary texts independently.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 3: Contemporary Studies in English Language (Sem-I-10603/Sem-II-20603) CO1: Employ linguistic sub-disciplines of linguistic.
CO2: Acquire knowledge of the structure of language through diverse critical and theoretical point of views.
CO3: Identify various sub-disciplines of linguistics.
CO4: Employ linguistic theories to the study of language.
CO5: Encapsulate the role of language in communication skill.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 4: Literary Criticism ad Theory (Sem-I-10604/Sem-II-20604) CO1: Expound the meaning, nature and scope of literary criticism and theory.
CO2: Comment upon the various stages of Literary Criticism.
CO3: Compare and contrast between Classical and Modern Criticism.
CO4: Apply the various critical approaches to the literary texts.
CO5: Comprehend the literary texts and derive aesthetic pleasure.
CO6: Enumerate the impact of social, political, economic and historical theories and movements on the literary texts.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 5: Indian Writing in English (Sem-III-30601/Sem-IV-40601) CO1: Illustrate the various aspects of Indian English Literature.
CO2: Scrutinize a literary piece from social, cultural and political perspective. CO3: Well-informed about the renowned writers of Indian English Literature. CO4: Comment upon the impact of colonialism on Indian Writers.
CO5: Compare and appreciate the innovative use of English language by Indian Writers.
CO6: Explicit and expound the salient features of Indian Fiction.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 6: Applied Linguistics (Sem-III-30602/Sem-IV-40602) CO1: Manifest skills of language teaching in the Indian education scenario.
CO2: Explain the behaviour and social use of language. CO3: Comment upon the language acquisition process. CO4: Elucidate the language evolution theory.
CO5: Associate different approaches, methods and techniques to the teaching English language and literature.
CO6: Differentiate between language and culture. CO7: Acquire the competency in language translation.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 7: American Literature (Sem-III-30606/Sem-IV-40606) CO1: Familiarized with the various literary movements of American Literature.
CO2: Expound the Modern American Drama.
CO3: Compare and contrast the American literature to the British Literature.
CO4: Discuss the distinctive features of American Fiction.
CO5: Comment upon the diverse aspect of American Poetry.
CO6: Exemplify the significance of African-American sentiments in American Literature.
CO7: Explicate and discuss a literary piece independently.
CO8: Enumerate the impact of social changes on American Literature.
Name of the Programme COs
Paper- 8: World Literature in English (Sem-III-30608/Sem-IV-40608) CO1: Familiarized with the important text in world literature in English.
CO2: Comment upon the different socio-cultural aspects of various countries. CO3: Compare and analyze the different literary texts in literature.
CO4: Encapsulate various narrative employed by the authors.
CO5: Describe the difference between the Indian Literature and World Literature.
CO6: Pursue research in Comparative Literature.

7. Best Practices and Extension activities

Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities
1)Grooming Communication Skills of the Students Department of English From 2014-15
2) Nurturing Aesthetics Sense of the Students Department of English From 2014-15

b. Extension activities

Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Name of the scheme Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities
Certificate Course in English for Business UG and PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2014-15 45
Certificate Course in English for Business UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2015-16 12
NET/SET Workshop UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students 2015-16 26
Guest Lecture Series UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students 2015-16 25
State Level Conference UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students & faculty 2015-16 60
Certificate Course in English for Business UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2016-17 10
NET/SET Workshop UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students 2016-17 28
Guest Lecture Series UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students 2016-17 25
Certificate Course in English for Business UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2017-18 28
NET/SET Workshop UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students 2017-18 22
State Level Conference UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Enriching subject knowledge of students & faculty 2017-18 65
William Wordsworth Poetry Writing Competition UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Developing aesthetic sense among students 2017-18 17
Certificate Course in English for Business UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2018-19 12
William Wordsworth Poetry Writing Competition UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Developing aesthetic sense among students 2018-19 10
William Wordsworth Poetry Writing Competition UG & PG Department of English, LVH College, Panchavati, Nashik Grooming Communication Skills of Students 2019-20 13

8. Top Alumni

Sr.No. Name of the alumni Achievements Year of Passing
1 Dr. Manohar Dugaje Associate Professor 1997-98
2 Mr. Mithil Pardeshi FX Artist, Mumbai 2012-13
3 Mr. Swapnil Alhat Lecturer 2012-13
4 Dr. Sucheta Pawar Vice Principal 2013-14
4 Mr. Sadique Peerzada Lecturer 2013-14
4 Mr. Sadique Peerzada Lecturer 2013-14
5 Miss. Anita Raskar Indian Railway 2014-15

Contribution of alumni:● The alumni has contributed Rs. 29000/- in the year 2021-22

State Level Conference Organized

State level conference is organized by the department on Postcolonialism and Eco criticism on 5th & 6th Feb 2016. In the conference Dr.Milind Malshe,IIT,Powai was the Chief-Guest,and Dr. SatishDeshpande, BAMU Aurangabad, Dr.Shobha Shinde,North Maharashtra University,Jalgaon,Dr.Mabel Fernandis, BAMU Aurangabad, Prin. Dr.A.P. Patil, Ozar College, Dr.Seema Bhaduri,HPT College, Dr.Chetan Deshmane,HPT. were the resource persons.

State Level Seminar on “Digitalization of English Language and Literature Teaching” on 30th Jan. 2018 11 research scholars presented the research papers on different topics related with the theme of the seminar. Prof. Kishore Nikam was the convener and Dr. Sandeep Wagh was the Coordinator of seminar. The resource persons were as follows

  • Dr. MilindMalshe, IIT Powai
  • Dr. B. S. Valke
  • Principal Dr. P.R.Bhabad
  • Dr. Anjali Gautam
  • Dr. Chetan Deshmane

Workshops Organized

The faculty of the department organized a workshop for junior college teachers in teaching the new syllabus for XII std class on Nov. 12 and 13, 2007

Net-Set workshop was organized by the department for PG students from (Jan.18) 2012-13.The following Resource Persons guided our students for 2nd & 3rd paper of NET/SET.

Sr. No Name of the Resource Person Year
1 Prof. Parmar, Niphad College, Nashik 2012-13 (18th Jan.)
2 Prof. Dnyaneshwar Chavan Sakri, Dhule 2013-14
3 Prof. Trupti Sapkale, LVH 2013-14
4 Prof. Kishore Nikam, LVH 2013-14
5 Prof. Pratibha Ghuge, Nashik 2015-16 (19th Mar)
6 Prof. Swapnil Alhat, Nashik 2015-16
7 Prof.Swapnil Alhat, LVH College, Nashik. 2016-17 (16th Feb.)
8 Prof. Anil Awchare, LVH College, Nashik. 2016-17
9 Dr. Sandeep Wagh LVH College, Nashik. 2017-18
10 Prof. Kishore Nikam LVH College, Nashik 2017-18
11 Prof. Swapnil Alhat LVH College, Nashik. 2017-18

Extension Service

The faculty of the department participated in spoken English and communication skill programms to provide training for newly appointed judges in Nashik court from Aug.6, 2008 to Aug. 12, 2008.

The faculty was involved in teaching to classes such as M.Sc. Zoology Part I – English for Scientists and BCS - Enriching Oral and Written Communication and now Visionary Gleam.

The faculty has taken some grammar classes for 11th & 12th std. students in the academic year 2016-17

The Innovative Practices

The following innovative practices have been followed by department of English.

  • ICT methodology has been introduced (Internet Computer Technology)
  • Audio-visual centre has been started.
  • Language programms, movies, plays are screened frequently according to their need & syllabus.
  • Exercises in listening and speaking skills are given by using lingua-phone machines and computer software (Language lab).
  • Books are issued regularly to the students and staff.
  • ‘A certificate course in English for Business’ has been started since 2007-08.
  • The students are availed of opportunity to have wider exposure to the English language, newspapers (The Times of India) & the periodicals,Journals are displayed in the department.
  • The students are encouraged to write creatively such as short stories, poems,articles etc. for the College Annual ‘Parijat’.
  • In the academic year the students took part in intercollegiate soliloquy Competition held at HPT College on Commemorating Shakespeare 400. PallaviPawar ,M.A.II students bagged 1st prize of Rs.1000/- & also won Best Team Trophy in the competition.
  • The students are deputed for paper presentation at inter collegiate level.In the year 2016-17 five students of the department took part in Paper Presentation Competition & Rahul Nair (S.Y.B.A) won second prize of 1000/- Rs.& Mahendra Gaikwad ( M..II) Received consolation prize in it.
  • In the academic year 2016-17, Eleven students of the department took part in various debating & elocution competitions held at different places.
  • In the academic year 2017-18 two students of MA II won best paper award at Paper Presentation Competition held at BRD Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik-Road, Nashik; Anam Shaikh won the first prize in Best Paper Category and Asmita Rupawate won Second Prize in same Category.
  • The department organized Guest Lecture Series for PG students since the year 2013-14.The following Resource Persons Delivered lectures for PG students in these series.
Sr. No Name of the Resource Person Topic Year
1 Dr. Vilas Salunkhe, Nashik Shakespearean Drama 2012-13
2 Dr. Anjali Gautam, Bitcocollege King Lear 2012-13
3 Dr. Mohini Gurav, Nashik Spencerian Sonnets 2013-14
4 Dr. Chetan Deshmane, HPT Elizabethan Age 2014-15
5 Dr. Sanjay Pagare ,Akole Basic structure of Noun Phrase 2013-14
6 Dr. Ashok Chaskar,Pune Credit System 2013-14
7 Dr. Seema Bhaduri, HPT King Lear 2016-17
8 Prof.Vinaya Kelkar, KTHM American Poetry 2016-17
9 Prof Vakil, Chandwad The Spanish Tragedy 2016-17

Teaching Faculty

Dr. Kishore R. Nikam

Associate Professor

M.A, NET, Ph.D

Experience - 17

Details

Dr. Sandeep A. Wagh

Assistant Professor

M.A, SET, Ph.D

Experience - 13

Details

Mrs. Sarala K. Sanap

Associate Professor

MA, SET

Experience - 20

Details

Dr. Kishore R. Nikam: He is a Head of the Department of English, and a Director of Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the college. He has a teaching experience of a decade and a half, and has published 10 research articles, in the International journals. He has also successfully carried out a Minor Research Project, funded by University Grants Commission. He has been awarded a Ph. D. by KBC North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, MS. As an author, he has to his credit, a reference book, Enhancing English Oral Communicative Skills, available @ Amazon. He also writes poetry, on miscellaneous themes, through his poetry blog - https://www.writeoutloud.net/blogs/drkishorernikam. He is privileged with being a part of the board of reviewers of a reputed research journal JETA, Indonesia. Also, he is a member of European Network for Comparative Literary Studies (ENCLS). He has published a few news articles too, on the issues of social importance.

Future Plans of the Department

  • Organization of a National Level Seminar on English Language Teaching.
  • Organization of a District level Seminar/Paper Presentation Competition for Special students.
  • Organization of a workshop for UG/PG students on Research Paper Writing.
  • Lecture Series by Experts for UG and PG students.
  • Weekly Presentations for students.
  • To enrich the departmental library.