Snehapuri, Opp. HMT Bus stop,
Mobile: +91 7680924460
The Department of English was established in the year 1993. Since then it has been catering to teaching English Language and Literature and promoting interest and creativity in the English language. The vision of the department is to enhance communicative skills of the students for global competency and strengthen their aesthetic sense through language and literature.
The department is run by vibrant teachers helping the students to express effectively in English and make them realize that the lessons in the texts are also lessons in life to excel in any field they choose. The Department is proud to have achieved 41st ranks with Gold Medals, 9 Top Ranks and 100% Pass Percentage with 85% Distinction at the Osmania University Public Examinations consistently. The adequate learning resources in the Departmental Library and the Language Laboratory strengthen teaching and learning and expand the horizon of knowledge.
Objectives of our Department are as follows:
The Department of English offers the following programs:
Seminars: Inter-Departmental Seminar:
“Dr. Johnson Literary Club”
Dr. Samuel Johnson’s Literary Club celebrated literary day on 19th March 2019 at 10 am in the auditorium. The guest speaker Dr. Jhilam Chattaraj, writer, poet & educator and Mr. Abhishek Vijay Film artist.
On 23rd January 2019 the Department organised club activity on Open Forum for I, II BA, BCom, BSc in General English classes
Every year the department celebrates ‘Literary day’ in November to spread the spirit of literature and experience the beauty of life. Literary competitions and various activities like charts, models, power point presentations, role play, debate, creative writing, Literary quiz ,JAM, Open Forum etc., exhibiting their interest and talent. The students are passably encouraged with prizes and certificates.
Communication Lab, central library & Departmental Library are the learning resources to enhance Communication and Life Skills of the students in the global scenario The lab is well equipped with 20 computers, 60 headphones, 150 CDs and audio cassettes, periodicals, magazines and newspapers widen the scope of reading and reference.