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The Department of English has been functioning since 1970, the inception of the institute. The two faculty members, Dr Janardan Waghmare and Mrs Vijaya Rajopadhye laid foundation of the department. Dr Janardan Waghmare the founder Principal of our college and the Vice-Chancellor of our parent SRTM University, Nanded, efficiently headed our department for over 24 years. The mission of our department is to enable the students to communicate in English, to make the students aware of "values" in literature and to master English Language Skills and Soft Skills. Our faculty is integrated towards the interdisciplinary approach of knowledge. The Departmental faculties teach English to the students of all branches including those in the Arts, Science, Commerce, Computer Science, IT, Biotechnology and B.Voc.

The scope of the department became wider after accepting academic autonomy at institutional level in the year 2013-14. The department has extended its horizon of academic service and started PG course in English since June 2017. As an initiative, in collaboration with ELTIS (English Language Teaching Institute of Symbiosis, Pune), we have introduced Certificate Courses in - Spoken English and Foreign Languages

In the Academic year 2021-22 Deparetment of English has Sucessfully Signed two active MoU's with Sangmeshwar College (Autonomous), Solapur 11/02/2022 and Imperial English UK 22/02/2022. Under these MOU's there will be programs condected for students such as webinar, seminar,workshop & student exchange etc.

Besides teaching, the department offers co-curricular activities like Filmfest, Labfeast, ECC - English Composition Competition , Rabindranath Tagore Reading Competition, Author's Week, Poetry Recitation, Author's Meet and Spell Bee Competition. Through LangLit(Students' Association of English), we conduct activities like poster presentation, student seminars, quiz competition, elocution and anchoring in various programs of the department which help students to overcome their phobia of public speaking in English. All these activities lend a hand for academic progress and cultural advancement of our students.

The departmental library helps the students to develop the taste for various genres and books, also the students are exposed to new vocabulary which helps them in improving their fluency in speech and get the right expression of reading.

Department offers courses

* Undergraduate Studies- Communicative English for UG First Year and Second Year

* Undergraduate Studies- BA (Optional English as Core Course)

* Post-Graduate Studies- MA (English Literature)

* Certificate Course- Spoken English

* Certificate Course- Foreign Language

Facilities Provided by the Department:

* Language Lab

* Departmental Library with 150+ books



B. A. , B.Com., B.Sc., BCA, B,Sc. CS, B.Sc. BT B VOC Communicative English Programme Specific Outcomes

After completing this specific programme

1) Students will develop functional knowledge of English. 2)They will be confident at Listening (comprehending), speaking, reading and writing skills.

2) Students will demonstrate the oral communication skills needed to participate in a conversation that builds knowledge collaboratively: listening carefully and respectfully to others viewpoints; articulating their own ideas and questions clearly; and situating their own ideas while facing real life problems.

3) Students will be able to increase confidence in speaking publicly. Students will be able to prepare, organize, and deliver an engaging oral presentation.

4) Students will become accomplished and active readers.

5) They can appreciate ambiguity and complexity, and who can articulate their own interpretations.

6) Students will be able to write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings. They will practice writing as a process of motivated inquiry.

7) They will demonstrate an ability to revise for content and edit for grammatical and stylistic clarity. And they will develop an awareness of and confidence in their own voice as a writer.

B.A. English Programme Specific Outcomes

After completing this specific programme

1) Literature or the fine arts contribute to the gradual civilization of man by activating his sense-perceptions sharply so as to be quick enough to react to their appeal.

2) These arts appeal to the emotional aesthetic reflective intellectual meditative and spiritual faculties of man. Utility is the criterion of mechanical arts.

3) On the other hand, literature is a mode of reflecting reality, intending to appeal to the various faculties of sensitive sensible and sentient man.

4) It also offers pleasure. Besides it helps the learner to know the noble values in life making him a responsible citizen of this world and leads him to make the place more worth living.

5) Simultaneously this course will help the students to improve communicative skills in English.

M.A. English Programme Specific Outcomes

After completing this specific programme

1) Students will gain a knowledge of the major traditions of literatures written in English, and an appreciation for the diversity of literary and social voices within and sometimes marginalized by those traditions.

2) They will develop an ability to read texts in relation to their historical and cultural contexts, in order to gain a richer understanding of both text and context, and to become more aware of themselves as situated historically and culturally.

3) Students will Value literature, language, and imagination, they will develop a passion for literature and language.

4) They will appreciate literature's ability to elicit feeling, cultivate the imagination, and call us to account as humans.

5) They will cultivate their capacity to judge the aesthetic and ethical value of literary texts and be able to articulate the standards behind their judgments.

6) They will appreciate the expressive use of language as a fundamental and sustaining human activity, preparing for a life of learning as readers and writers.

7) Students will develop an appreciation of how the formal elements of language and genre shape meaning.

8) They will recognize how writers can transgress or subvert generic expectations, as well as fulfill them. And they will develop a facility at writing in appropriate genres for a variety of purposes and audiences.



Photo Name Designation Qualification Resume
Dr. Anuja Anirudh Jadhav HoD & Assistant Professor M.A.B.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D View
Dr. Sachin Dattatraya Bhandare Assistant Professor M.A. SET,Ph.D View
Dr. Chandrashekhar Ashok Dawane Assistant Professor M.A. B.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,SET View
Mr. Kishor Yuvraj Patil Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed. View
Dr. Sachin Madhukarrao Kale Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D View
Mr. Krishna Dnyanobarao Deshmukh Assistant Professor M.A.,B.Ed.,SET View
Dr. Abhijeet Sahebrao Bhandwalkar Asst. Professor M.A., B.Ed., SET, M.Phil., PhD. View
Mahesh Kumbhar Asst. Professor M.A. B.Ed.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,SET View



Degree/Class CODE cource 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
U.G.F.Y (CE) Communicative English View View View View
U.G.F.Y Core Course View View View View
U.G.S.Y (CE) Communicative English View View View View
U.G.S.Y Core Course View View View View
U.G.T.Y Core Course View View View View
B.A.F.Y.(CEP) English for Competitive Exams View View View View
B.A.S.Y.(CEP) English for Competitive Exams View View View View
B.VOC First Year Practical English View View View View
B.VOC Second Year Soft Skills & Persnality Development View View View View
M.A First Year Literature View View View View
M.A Second Year Literature View View View View



Name 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
Dr. Anuja Anirudh Jadhav View View
Dr. Sachin Dattatraya Bhandare View View View View
Dr. Chandrashekhar Ashok Dawane View View View View
Mr. Kishor Yuvraj Patil View View View View
Dr. Sachin Madhukarrao Kale View View View View
Mr. Krishna Dnyanobarao Deshmukh View View View View
Mr. M.J.Kumbhar View View View View
Dr. Abhijeet Sahebrao Bhandwalkar View



Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
Timetable View View View View



2021 - 2022

Sr. No. Name of Activity Date Activity Report
1Library Session29/07/2022 View
1A National Level Webinar on Poetic Creativity and Translation of Poetry25/03/2022 View
2Film-Fest (Every Saturday)25/02/2022 View
3One Day National Workshop on Research Methodology In Humanities:22/09/21 View
4NET/SET Preparation Guidance23.07.2021 to 31.12.2021 View
5Academic Expert Meet11/02/2022 View
6Workshop for UG & PG Students on Comparative Literature31/01/2022 View
7A National Level Webinar English Language and Allied skills for Employability08/09/2021 View

2020 - 2021

Sr. No. Name of Activity Date Activity Report
1Online National Level Certificate Course of Japanese Language01 to 24/04/2021 View
2Knowing A Book Lecture Series (Lecture 5) Bhalchandra Nemade's Hindu17/04/2021 View
3Knowing A Book Lecture Series (Lecture 4) Richard Wright's Black Boy: Racism and Subjugation13/03/2021 View
4National Webinar on Learning Outcomes-Based Curriculum for English Language and Literature Study19/02/2021 View
5Knowing A Book Lecture Series (Lecture 3) George Eliots The Mill on the Floss10/02/2021 View
6Speakfast Preparation Course29/01/2020 to 29/01/2021 View
7Knowing A Book Lecture Series (Lecture 2) John Ruskin's Unto This Last: Its Relevance in the Modern Age07/01/2021 View
8A National Level Online Workshop on Strategies for Effective Online Teaching15/12/2020 View
9Knowing A Book Lecture Series (Lecture 1) Godan by Munshi Premchand: A Translation Perspective05/12/2020 View
10NET/SET Preparation Guidance24/07/2020 to 11/12/2020 View
11National Webinar Possible Effects of COVID-19 On Higher Education03/07/2020 View

2019 - 2020

Sr. No. Name of Activity Date Activity Report
1Author's Week31/07/2019-07/02/2020 View
2Professional Development & Career Opportunities in Abroad08/02/2020 View
3Film Fest (2019-20) Every Sat View
4LangLit-Students Association15/10/2019 View
5SET NET Guidance27/07/2019 TO 24/08/2019 View

2018 - 2019

Sr. No. Name of Activity Date Activity Report
121st Century Skills for Career Readiness for UG & PG Students02/01/2019 View
2Avishkar Research Festival19/12/2018 View
3English Club Inauguration Function15/09/2018 View
4NETSET Workshop for PG Students10-11/09/2018 View
5Spoken English Workshop07/12/2018 View
6Tagore Fest22/02/2019 View



Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
UG View View View View
PG View View View View


Department Achievements

Year Report
2018 to 2021 View

Teacher Achievements

Year Report
2018 to 2021 View

Student Achievements

Year Report
2018 to 2021 View

Composition of Board of Studies (2020-2021)

Name of HoD & other faculty member Dr. Anuja.Jadhav Dr. S.D.Bhandare Dr. C.A.Dawane Mr. Kishor Patil Dr. Sachin kale Dr. Abhijeet Bhandwalkar Mr. Krishna Deshmukh Mr. Mahesh Kumbhar
Two Subject experts from outside the Parent University nominated by Academic Council Dr. Vineeta KaurSeluja ----- ----- ----- -----
One expert by V.C.from panel of 06 recommended by the college principal Dr. D.N.More ----- ----- ----- -----
One from industry/corporate/ allied area realating to Placement Mr. Rahul Athawale ----- ----- ----- -----
One PG meritorious alumnus by principal Mr. Harshad Munge ----- ----- ----- -----
Expert from outside for special courses(Co-option) Dr. Hanumant Lokhande ----- ----- ----- -----
Other members of the staff of the same faculty. Dr. Sambhaji Patil ----- ----- ----- -----

SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges)

Strengths Weaknesses
1. Reputed Institute and PG English Department
2. Autonomous Status
3. Multidisciplinary Language Subject
4. Good Number of Students
5. ICT Based Classrooms
6. Disital Language Lab
7. Qualified Faculty
8. Good Placement Record
9. Departmental Library
10. Participative Teaching-Learning
1. Mixed Ability Classes
2. Massive Classes
3. Weak Language Proficiency of Students
4. Lack of English Language Exposure
5. Lack of Students' Interest in Language
6. Weak Academic Performance by Rural Students
7. Floor Performance of Students in Examination
8. Students' Non Techno-Savvy Approach
Opportunities Challenges
1. High Demand of Communicative English Language
2. Worldwide Scope of English Literature
3. Good Source of Research Material for all Subjects
4. Large Number of Young Population
5. Enhancing Individual Merit and Talent
6. Good Space in Translation
7. Mass Media and Professional Opportunities
8. Foreign languages- English Open up New Horizons
9. Job Opportunities in India and Abroad
1. International and National Collaboration
2. Networking with National Institutes
3. Foreign and Metropolitan Students' Attraction
4. Concentration to Rural Students
5. Inferiority Complex of Rural Students
6. Phobia of English
7. Unstable National Education Policy

Language Lab

Language lab

Most of the population of the world is bilingual. All the students are being taught a second language in their academic subject and English is the most common of it. After becoming an autonomous, the English is taught as a communication language, in the college. The English department of college has the facility of English Language Lab designed under UGC, New Delhi Scheme. It proved instrumental to simplify many aspects of language teaching. Teachers can bring out the facts and rules of language to students in an easily graspable way. It provided education plus entertainment means edutainment. All the students of graduation from all faculties blissfully enjoy English language lab facilities. The language lab facility is financially supported under CPE I-Phase, II-Phase and III-Phase.

Information About Language lab

Sr.No. Information File
1 About Language Lab View
2 Language Lab Handouts View
3 About Software View
4 Time Table 2018-19 & 2019-20 View

Student Association


Title Report
LangLit View


Title Report
LangLit-Students Association View


Title Report
English Club View



Sr.No. w.e.f MoU With Action
1. 22/02/2022 IMPERIAL ENGLISH UK View
2. 11/02/2022 Sangmeshwar College (Autonomous), Solapur View
3. 07/01/2020 English Language Teaching Institute of Symbosis ,Pune View