About Department

 

History & Evolution of Department

The department of English has been functioning since inception of the college during the year 1951. Special English was also introduced along with English as a First language. The department produced many eminent personalities and sent many bright students to Andhra and many universities. It is a matter of pride that some of the members of the faculty are very famous, as they had served in the capacity of the faculty and also rose to eminence as Professors and Principals, particularly Professor of English T. Viswanadha Rao AU PGE Centre Kakinada and Sri. V. Martin Luther, M.A.L.T., served as principal and brought laurels to the institution. This department is one of the oldest institutions where Special English is taught continuously.

 

  • English as a First Language for First and Second Year

students of B.A, B.Com, and B.Sc.,

 

  • Special English as a Core subject for first, second and final

years of B.A

 

Vision

The Department of English plans to build a rationale, autonomous and confident conscience among the students with its teaching of Language and Literature.  It also believes that language can make people self reliant by acquiring all related skills.

Mission

The department and its members aim to provide proficiency and competency among the students


Succession List Of Heads of Department

Sno Name
1 R. Bhaskara Sharma
2 Sri. D. Surya Narayana
3 Sri. P. Satya Narayana
4 Sri. G. Sree Ramulu
5 Sri. A. Sundar Rao
6 Sri P.C. V. Ramanaih
7 Sri. V. Subramanya Sharma
8 Sri.R.Krishna Murthy
9 Sri. A.V. Reddy Shastry
10 Sri. G. Sundar Rao
11 Sri. K. Martin Luther
12 Sri. K. Srinivas Rao
13 Sri. S. Venkateswara Rao
14 Sri. M. K. S. Prafful Kumar
15 Sri. K.Surya Chandara Rao
16 Sri. B. Murali
17 Smt. M. Shanthi Ham

 

UG Courses Offered:

     Conventional Courses:

          B.A. Programme

B.Com (Gen) Programme

B.Com (Vocational) Programme

B.Sc .,

     Restructured Courses:

          B.A. Special English I, II &III year

 

 

Students Strength(Last 3 Years)

2018- 2019

8S.No Subject TOTAL
1 I year  English 570
2 2nd Year English 540
3 Special English 36
Total 1146

 

 

2017- 2018

S.No CLASS TOTAL
1 Ist Year English 715
2 2nd Year English 650
3 Special English 28
Total 1393

 

 

2016- 2017

S.No CLASS TOTAL
1 Ist Year English 685
2 2nd Year English 575
3 Special English 35
Total 1295

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enrollment of Students in Last 3 years

 

Name of the Course/ Programme Applicatio ns received  

Selected

Enrolle d
M F
I B.A Special English

 

 

2018-19

 

 

 

101

 

 

 

50

 

 

 

19

 

 

 

06

2017-18 95 50 32 09
2016-17 72 36 27 06
2015-16   4 9 20 15 05
2014-15 5 0 24 20 04

 

 

Facilities available in the department

  • Departmental Library : 50 BOOKS
  • Language Lab :  01
  • Class Rooms :  09
  • Teaching Aids :1 LCD Projector, 1 Film Camera, 20CDs,                                                                                    1 Printer
  • 31 Systems and 1 DEL Monitoring system in ELL.

 

 

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SNO PHOTO NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EMAIL-ID PROFILE
1Smt. M Shanthi HamM.A ( English)Lecturer in Englishshanmurari@
gmail.com
click here
2Sri. U.S. VarmaJoined PhD [Part-time] English Programme with

ELT, ELL and ELA as area of research
Lecturer in Englishusvgdcel@gmail.com click here
3Dr. S. Sai KumarDoctor Of Philosophy ( Ph.D)Lecturer in Englishsomanchisaikumar
@gmail.com
click here
4Sri. S. SasibhushanM.A ( English)Lecturer in Englishsampathiraosasibhushan
@gmail.com
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5Paila RamaraoM.A ( English) Lecturer in Englishpailaramarao.2002@
gmail.com
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Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature Old English and Middle English Periods 20 marks

(2 Essays)

2 Philology History and Development of the English Language              (Scandinavian, Latin,Greek, French influences, Native Resources and other influences) 20 marks

(4 paragraph questions)

3 Literary Forms and Terms Ballad, epic,romance,lyric,ode,elegy, pastoral elegy, sonnet, rhyme, meter, mystery / miracle plays, morality play, metaphysical conceit 15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

4 Poetry John Donne: Death, be not Proud 10 marks                 (1 essay)
5 Prose Francis Bacon: Of Studies 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks: 100

I Year, Semester I, Paper – I:

An Introduction to English Language and Literature-I

 

Recommended Reference books

  1. A History of English Literature by W.J Long
  2. A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches (Published by

Supernova)

3.The Cambridge History of English Literature by Ward and Waller

(Published byKessinger)

  1. A Glossary of Literary Terms by MH Abrams (Published by Cengage)
  2. The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by

J.A. Cuddon(Published by Penguin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I Year, Semester II, Paper-II:

An Introduction to English Literature II

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature Renaissance(Elizabethan and Jacobean – 15th& 16th Century) 20 marks

(2 Essays)

2 Literary Forms and Terms Simile, metaphor,  personification, alliteration, apostrophe, hyperbole, allegory, allusion, anti-climax, irony, blank verse, tragedy, comedy, tragic-comedy, chronicle play, masque, comedy of humours, farce 15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

3 Drama William Shakespeare:Twelfth Night 20 marks

(2 Essays)

4 Poetry – I 1.Thomas Gray:Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard 10 marks                 (1 essay)
5 Prose  – II John Milton: Extract from book IX  – Fall of Adam and Eve 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks: 100

 

Recommended Reference Books

  1. A History of English Literature by W.J Long

2.A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches (Published by

Supernova)

3.The Cambridge History of English Literature by Ward and Waller

(Published byKessinger)

4.A Glossary of Literary Terms by M.H Abrams (Published by Cengage)

5.The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by

J.A. Cuddon(Published by Penguin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II Year, Semester III, Paper-III:

An Introduction to English Language and Literature III

 

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature Restoration and Augustan Periods (17th and 18th Centuries) 20 marks

(2 Essays)

2 Literary Forms and Terms Satire, mock-epic, heroic couplet, epistle, heroic tragedy, comedy of manners, genteel comedy, sentimental comedy, periodical essay, 15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

3 Poetry Alexander Pope: Extracts from The Rape of the Lock, canto-1 20 marks

(2 Essays)

4 Prose Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe 10 marks                 (1 essay)
5 Drama William Congreve: The Way of the World 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks:100

Recommended Reference Books

  1. A History of English Literature by W.J Long
  2. A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches (Published by

Supernova)

  1. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Ward and Waller

(Published byKessinger)

  1. A Glossary of Literary Terms by MH Abrams (Published by Cengage)
  2. The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by

J.A. Cuddon(Published by Penguin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II Year, Semester IV, Paper-IV:

An Introduction to English Literature IV

 

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature Romantic and Victorian Periods 20 marks

(2 Essays)

2 Literary Forms and Terms biography, autobiography, melodrama, historical novel, sentimental novel, gothic novel, regional novel, flat character, round character, protagonist,antagonist 15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

3 Poetry1 John Keats: Ode to a Nightingale 10 marks                 (1 essay)
4 Prose Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice 20 marks

(2 Essays)

5 Poetry 2 Robert Browning: How do I Love thee? 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks:100

Recommended Reference Books

  1. A History of English Literature by W.J Long
    1. A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches (Published by Supernova)
    2. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Ward and Waller (Published byKessinger)
    3. A Glossary of Literary Terms by MH Abrams (Published by Cengage)
    4. The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by

J.A. Cuddon(Published by Penguin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester V, Paper-V:

An Outline of 20th Century Literature V

 

Unit              Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature Literature in English in 20th Century 20 marks

(2 Essays)

2 Literary Forms and Terms free verse, problem play, well made play, absurd drama, kitchen-sink drama, stream of consciousness novel, bildungsroman, point of view, setting 15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

3 Poetry Philip Larkin: Church Going 10 marks                 (1 essay)
4 Prose George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant 20 marks

(2 Essays)

5 Drama G.B.Shaw : Pygmalion 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                      Internals : 25 Total marks:100

Recommended Reference Books

  1. A History of English Literature by W.J Long
  2. A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches (Published by

Supernova)

3.The Cambridge History of English Literature by Ward and Waller (Published byKessinger)

  1. A Glossary of Literary Terms by MH Abrams (Published by Cengage)
  2. The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by

J.A. Cuddon(Published by Penguin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester V, Paper-VI:

Glimpses of World Literature

Unit              Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Wole Soyinka: Telephone Conversation 3 paras :

15 marks

2 Drama Girish Karnad: Tughlaq 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Novel1 Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Novel2 NgugiWaThiong’o: A Grain of Wheat 1 essay: 10 marks
5 Short Story Nadine Gordimer: My Son’s Story 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, ElectivePaper: VII–(A)

A Study of the English Language

Unit Topic Marks
1 Indo-European Family of Languages,  Grimm’s Law , Verner’s Law and the First Sound Shift 3 paras :

15 marks

2 Old English, Middle English and Modern English 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Various Influences on the English Language 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Change of Meaning and Word – Formation 1 essay: 10 marks
5 Role of Grammar in Language Development 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25                                                                      Total : 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References: A.C.Baugh: A Study of the English Language

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, ElectivePaper: VII–(B)

A Study of Literary Criticism

Unit Topic Marks
1 Aristotle: Poetics 3 paras :

15 marks

2 Sir Philip Sidney : Apologie for Poetrie 2 essays : 20 marks
3 John Dryden: An Essay of Dramatic Poesie 2 essays : 20 marks
4 William Wordsworth: Preface to Lyrical Ballads 1 essay: 10 marks
5 T.S.Eliot: Tradition and Individual Talent 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25                                                                      Total : 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, ElectivePaper: VII–(C)

Major Genres of English Literature

 

Unit Topic Marks
1 Elements of Drama 3 paras : 15 marks
2 Elements of Poetry 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Elements of Fiction- Novel 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Elements of Prose 1 essay: 10 marks
5 Elements of Fiction – Short Story 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25                                                                      Total : 100

 

 

 

References

  1. W.H.Hudson: An Introduction to the Study of Literature
  2. Marjorie Boulton: The Anatomy of the Novel
  3. M.H.Abrams: A Glossary of Literary Terms
  4. E.M.Forster: Aspects of the Novel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI: Paper VIII

Cluster Elective VIII-A-1

 American Literature

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 History of English Literature English Literature from America and the Commonwealth 20 marks (2 Essays)
2 Literary Forms and Terms Biographical criticism, historical criticism, psychoanalytic criticism , sociological criticism, Marxist criticism, feminist criticism, archetypal criticism, postcolonial criticism 15 marks (3paragraph questions)
3 Poetry T.S.Eliot: The Love Song of J.AlfredPrufrock 10 marks  (1 essay)
4 Fiction Stephen Crane: The Red Badge of Courage 20 marks

(2 Essays)

5 Drama Tennessee Williams: A Street Car Named Desire 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks:100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI:Paper VIII

Cluster Elective VIII-A-2

 

American Literature-2

 

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Robert Frost: Road not Taken

Langston Hughes: I,too

 

15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

 

2 Drama Arthur Miller :The Death of a Salesman 20 marks

(2 Essays)

3 Prose -1 Mark Twain: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 20 marks

(2 Essays)

 

4 Prose – 2 Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Great Carbuncle 10 marks                 (1 essay)
5 Short Story Edgar Allan Poe: The Tell Tale Heart 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks:100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI: Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-A-3

American Literature-3

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Emily Dickinson:Success is Counted Sweetest

Walt Whitman: O Captain! My Captain!

3 paras :

15 marks

2 Drama Eugene O’Neill: Long day’s Journey into Night 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Prose 1 Earnest Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Prose 2 Martin Luther King: I Have a Dream 1 essay: 10 marks
5 Short Story O’Henry: After Twenty Years 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

 

Reference Books:

  1. Baym, Nina, ed. The Norton Anthology of American Literature. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2007. Print.
  1. Skipp, Francis E. American Literature, Barron’s Educational, 1992.
  2. Gray, Richard. A History of American Literature. Blackwell, 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-B-1

Indian Writing in English / Translation-1

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Henry Derozio: The Harp of India

Naidu: In the Bazaars of Hyderabad

A.K. Ramanujan: A River

15 marks

(3paragraph questions)

 

2 Drama Mahesh Dattani: Dance Like a Man

 

20 marks

(2 Essays)

3 Prose -1 R.K.Narayan: The Guide 20 marks

(2 Essays)

4 Prose – 2 MunshiPremchand: The Child 10 marks                 (1 essay)
5 Short Story Sudha Murthy: How I taught My Grandmother to Read 10 marks                 (1 essay)
                          Internals : 25 Total marks:100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-B-2

Indian Writing in English / Translation-2

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Kamala Das: An Introduction

Kolatkar : An Old Woman

Chitre: Felling of the Banyan Tree

3 para Qs :

15 marks

2 Drama Vijay Tendulkar: Kanyadan 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Prose 1 Mulk Raj Anand: The Untouchable 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Prose 2 VandanaShiva:Everything I Need to Know I Learned in the Forest 1 essay: 10 marks
5 Short Story Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: Mrs. Datta Writes a Letter 1 essay: 10 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

Reference Books:

  1. K.R.S.Iyengar: Indian Writing in English
  2. C.D.Narasimhaiah :The Swan and the Eagle
  3. Lakshmi Chandra: Lights On (Vols I and II)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-B-3

Indian Writing in English / Translation-3

 

Unit                 Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Toru Dutt: Our Casuarina Tree

Nissim Ezekiel: The Professor

Keki. N.Daruwallah: Fish

3 para Qs :

15 marks

2 Drama Rabindranath Tagore: The Post Office

 

2 essays : 20 marks
3 Novel 1 Raja Rao: Kanthapura 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Novel 2 R.K.Narayan: The Vendor of Sweets 2 essays: 20 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

References:

  1. K.R.S Iyengar: Indian Writing in English, 1985.
  2. C.D.Narasimhaiah: The Swan and the Eagle, 1969.

3 . William Walsh: Indian Literature in English, 1990.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-C-1

Commonwealth Literature -1

Unit              Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry A.D.Hope: Australia,

The Death of the Bird

 

3 para Qs :

15 marks

2 Drama Ray Lawler : Summer of the Seventeenth Doll 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Novel 1 Chinua Achebe: Arrow of God 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Novel 2 Alan Paton: Cry the Beloved Country 2 essays: 20 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-C-2

Commonwealth Literature -2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit             Module Topic Marks
1 Poetry Chinua Achebe: Refugee Mother and Child

Christopher Okigbo: Watermaid

3 para Qs :

15 marks

2 Drama Athol Fugard: Hello and Goodbye 2 essays : 20 marks
3 Novel 1 V.S.Naipaul: A House for Mr. Biswas 2 essays : 20 marks
4 Novel 2 Nadine Gordimer: July’s People 2 essays: 20 marks
Internals : 25 Total : 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III Year, Semester VI, Cluster Elective Paper-VIII-C-3

Commonwealth Literature -3

Unit Module Topic Marks
I Poetry Margaret Atwood: In the Secular Night

Rosemary Sullivan: The Fugitive Heart

3 para Qs :

15 marks

II Drama Wole Soyinka: The Dance of Forests 2 essays : 20 marks
III Novel 1 ZakesMda: Rachel’s Blue 2 essays : 20 marks
IV Novel 2 BuchiEmecheta: A Kind of Marriage 2 essays: 20 marks
Internals: 25 Total: 100

 

References:

  1. Leela Gandhi: The Post Colonial Theory (1998)
  2. Bill Ashcroft (Ed): The Empire Writes Back(London: Routledge.1989)
  3. C.D.Narasimhaiah: Awakened Conscience(1978)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overall Structure of the Syllabus/Curriculum

Year Semester Paper Category Hrs/wk Credits Marks Internal External
 

1

I I Core 5 4 100 25 75
II II Core 5 4 100 25 75
 

2

III III Core 5 4 100 25 75
IV IV Core 5 4 100 25 75
 

 

3

 

V

V Core 5 4 100 25 75
VI Core 5 4 100 25 75
 

 

VI

VII Elective

(A) or (B) or (C)

5 4 100 25 75
VIII Cluster Electives

(A1+A2+A3) or

(B1+B2+B3)

or

(C1+C2+C3)

5 4 100 25 75
5 4 100 25 75
5 4 100 25 75

 

note: Student Activities like Practice, Analysis, Reviews, Seminars, Assignments, Group Discussions, Case studies, Fieldwork, Surveys, Study Projects, Models and Watching videos are Part of Curriculum in all papers. The teacher shall identify appropriate activities for each unit and assign them to the students for improving domain skills.

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GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN) SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 2018-19

Smt. M. Shanthi Ham

  1 2 3   4 5 6
MON II Spl.Eng   III Spl. Eng Cluster III Spl. Eng Cluster  
TUE II Spl.Eng   III Spl. Eng Cluster III Spl. Eng Cluster II B.Sc

CSS

WED     II Spl.Eng III Spl.Eng

Cluster

I BA CSS II B.Sc

CSS

THU   III Spl. Eng Cluster III Spl. Eng Cluster  
FRI   II Spl.Eng III Spl. Eng Cluster I BA

CSS

 
SAT II BA CSS II Spl.Eng   III Spl. Eng Cluster III Spl. Eng Cluster

II Spl. Eng -5, III Spl. Eng – 10, II B.Sc CSS- 2, I BA CSS-2                                                                                TOTAL =19

 

Dr. S. Sai Kumar

  1 2 3   4 5 6
MON I B.Sc CSS III Spl.Eng Ele I Spl.Eng  
TUE III Spl.Eng Ele I Spl.Eng III Spl.Eng

Cluster

II B.Com

CSS

WED III Spl.Eng Ele     III Spl. Eng Cluster II B.Com

CSS

THU III Spl.Eng Ele I Spl.Eng III Spl.Eng

Cluster

 
FRI I Spl.Eng   III Spl.Eng Ele III Spl.Eng

Cluster

 
SAT I Spl.Eng   III Spl.Eng

Cluster

  I B.Sc CSS

I Spl.Eng-5, III Spl.Eng Elec.-5, III Spl.Eng Cluster-5, I B.Sc CSS-2, II B.Com- 2                                     TOTAL=19

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. Varma

  1 2 3   4 5 6
MON I BSc CSS   I BA (HEP) II BCom CSS I BA (TEP&TGE)
TUE I BSc   I BA(HEP) II BSc CSS
WED I BSc   II BCom CSS II BSc CSS
THU I BA (TEP&TGE) I BSc I BA (HEP)
FRI   II B.Com CSS   I BSc I BA (TEP&TGE)
SAT II B.Com CSS   I BA (TEP&TGE)       I BSc

CSS

I BA (HEP)

I BSc-4, I BA (HEP)Eng-4, I BA (TEP&TGE)-4, I BA CSS- 2, II BCom CSS-4 II BSc CSS-2                        TOTAL=20

 

  1. Sasibhushan
  1 2 3   4 5 6
MON I BSc CSS   I BCom (TM) I BCom

(Comp)

TUE I BSc   I BCom(TM) II BSc CSS
WED I BSc   I BCom (Comp) I BCom(EM) II BSc CSS
THU I Com

(EM)

I BSc I BCom

(Comp)

FRI     I BCom

(EM)

  I BSc I BCom (TM)
SAT     I BCom

(EM)

    I BCom

(Comp)

I BSc CSS I B Com

(TM)

IBSc -4, IBSc CSS-2, II BSc CSS-2, IBCom (EM)-4, I BCom(TM)-4, I BCom (Comp)-4,                                 TOTAL=20  

  1. Rama Rao
  1 2 3   4 5 6
MON I BSc CSS   I BCom CSS I BCom CSS
TUE I BSc   I BCom CSS II BSc CSS
WED I BSc   II BA CSS I BA CSS II BSc CSS
THU I BSc II BA CSS I BCom CSS
FRI II BA CSS I BSc I BA CSS I BCom CSS
SAT   II BA CSS   I BSc CSS I BCom CSS

I BSc-4, IBSc CSS-2, II BSc CSS2, I BCom CSS-6, I BA CSS-2, II BA CSS-4                                           TOTAL=20

 

Action Plan

  • The department is planning to introduce more courses with Special English as one of the optional subjects,
  • Further the department aims to introduce add -on–courses in Spoken English, Language Competency, and English for Employment.
  • The department has an ambition to introduce PG Courses like M.A. English (Language and Literature) from the academic year 2020-21.
  • The department is planning to conduct a National Seminar in the academic year 2019-20 with the help from the UGC.
GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Toppers List of Last Three Years

2017-18

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 S1500115002 D. Karishma III B.A T.G.E 9.3

 

1ST
2 S1500115017 K. Srinivasa Rao III B.A T.G.E 9.11 2nd
3 S1500115001 B. Prasanth III B.A T.G.E 9.0 3rd

 

2016-17

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 1500115004 L. Bhargava Naidu III B.A T.G.E 9.3 1ST

 

2015-16

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 1400115008 T. Swathi III B.A T.G.E 9.1 1ST

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

RESULT ANALYSIS

 

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
1 2013-14 1125 910 77
2 2014-15        1089 903 82
3 2015-16 1134 956 84
4 2016-17 1076 861 80
5 2017-18* 3227 2646 82

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Year 2017-18 includes the result of Semester I,II, III, IV, V, VI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Best  and Innovative Practices

 

2017-2018

The innovative practices introduced in the previous academic years are being followed without any deviation.

2016-2017

From this academic year Translation Project was introduced for students. Students will be given some English and Telugu Short stories for translating. English stories will be translated into Telugu, and Telugu stories will be translated into English. This will help students to understand the importance of translation and learn the techniques and skills.

2015-2016

The Department introduced English Vocabulary Devolopment Programme as part of its effort to enhance the proficiency of the students. In this programme students are required to write at least 10 English words a day along with its Telugu meaning and usage from the newspapers, Television or any other book.

The department is offering BBC Audio lessons as part of the attempt to improve the pronunciation of the students.

Ever since the introduction of two practices they are being followed scrupulously.

Seminars / Workshops / Guest Lectures Organised in the last 3 Years

2017-18

S.No Departments Dates Title of the Conference / workshop/Seminar conducted Names of Resource persons
1 English 11-09-2017 One Day Workhop ‘ On Learning Language through Literature’ Prof. T. Viswanadha Rao

Professor of English (retired) & former Special Officer AU MSN PG Centre Kakinada.

 

 

DRC Programme-Language through Literature

International Poetry festival 2017 March 21st 2017.

John Keats Birth Day October 2015