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Department of English

The Department of English owes its origin to the establishment of the college in 1948. It is one of the oldest Departments in the college. The department has had an illustrious past. A number of students have achieved University positions in different years and brought glory to the department as well as the institution. Since its inception, the department of English has been imparting quality education to the students. Our Alumni have been placed on various notable positions in the areas of Administration, Defence Services and Academics etc.

The department offers English in M.A., B.A. Pass Course, B.A. (Hons.), B.Sc.-I, BBA-I and BCA-I. It also offers two Short Term Courses – one on Communication Skills and another on French Language. There are eight regular teachers and one on deputation in the department. All the faculty members are actively engaged in various research activities – attending seminars/conferences/workshops, presenting research papers and writing articles for the journals.

The department organises various activities every year – Quiz Competition, Poetic Recitation Competition, Declamation Contest, Paper Reading Contest and Extension Lectures. Screening of movies and plays has been a regular feature of the department to facilitate the understanding of the prescribed syllabus among the students.

The department also has a Language lab and a departmental library. The teachers have been constantly modifying and updating teaching methods in keeping with the challenges and demands of the time.

 

List of activities done by the department:

Two days National Seminar on “Reforms in Higher Education in view of Global Challenges”                        -    November 04-05, 2015
Poetic Recitation                    -    09.09.2016
Movie Show on Bride & Prejudice        -    19.09.2017
Spell-Bee Competition                -    05.10.2018
Power Point Presentation            -    26.10.2018
Screening of the Play The Merchant of Venice    05.02.2018
One day Sensitization Programme on Inter-Generational Bonding    11.02.2019

One Day Quiz competition        -    06.08.2019

  • Dr. Geeta Salwan

     

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  • Mrs Kamlesh Kumari

    Published a research paper titled ‘Social-Differences and Problem of Identity in The Mill on The Floss’ in Indian Streams Research Journal.

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  • Dr. Seema Rana

    Book titled-Female Protagonists-Reflecting an Era in Fitzgerald’s NovelsA Critique of The Beautiful and Damned

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  • Dr. Nishtha Saxena

    Published a paper “Relocating Lala Lajpat Rai’s Idea of India in the Dis courses of Contemporary Theory with special reference to Young India (1915)” in Panjab Journal of Sikh Studies

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  • Dr. Anshu Chaudhary

     

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  • Dr. Neena

    Existential Predicament in Arun Joshi’s The Foreigner

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  • Dr. Jyoti Sorout

    Spiritual Quest in Arun Joshi’s Fiction.” Lingaya’s Journal of Professional Studies: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Approach . Ed. Subrata Mukhopadhyay

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  • Dr. Geeta Salwan

  • DesignationAssociate Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.A
  • SpecializationAmerican Literature
  • Experience More than 36 years
  • Email IdN/A
  • Contact No 9876406677
  • Dr. Anju Jain

  • DesignationAssociate Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.Phil
  • SpecializationBritish Literature, Amrican Literature
  • Experience More than 34 years
  • Email Iddranjoojain@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9416281007
  • Dr. Amit Kumar

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.Phil, M.A
  • SpecializationCommunication Skills
  • Experience More than 10 years
  • Email IdAmitgmn81@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9896192952
  • Mrs Kamlesh Kumari

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • Qualification M.Phil, M.A
  • SpecializationIndian writing in english
  • Experience More than 10 years
  • Email Idkamleshgmn@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9466284887
  • Dr. Seema Rana

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd
  • SpecializationIndian women writing
  • Experience More than 22 years
  • Email Idsima7269@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9813450208
  • Dr. Nishtha Saxena

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.A, NET
  • SpecializationIndian literature, Cultural studies
  • Experience More than 02 years
  • Email Idnishthasaxena90@gmail.com
  • Contact No 8427344697
  • Dr. Anshu Chaudhary

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.Phil, M.A, NET
  • SpecializationAmerican Literature
  • Experience More than 03 years
  • Email Idanshu_ch1@yahoo.com
  • Contact No 8398070741
  • Dr. Neena

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.A
  • SpecializationIndian writing
  • Experience More than 04 years
  • Email Idnkumar.eng@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9468337591
  • Dr. Jyoti Sorout

  • DesignationAssistant Professor
  • QualificationPhd, M.Phil, JRF
  • SpecializationIndian writing in english
  • Experience More than 05 years
  • Email Idjsorot@gmail.com
  • Contact No 9728511438
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