Department of English:

 

The Department of English began its journey along with the inception of the college on March 5, 1964. A new chapter was added to the department as Honours course was introduced in 1998. The department flourishes not only through its regular teaching- learning process, but also through a host of enthusiastic activities and programmes. It regularly conducts an annual Special Lecture programme, philanthropic activities, as part of Institutional Social Responsibility, counselling of the guardians, walling up of two creative wall magazines, Fortnightly Yours and Montage. An output of the research centric endeavour of the faculties and alumni is Ripples, our departmental Journal. This subject of humanities develops imaginative, creative, introspective and judgmental faculties of the young students and enriches them with critical perspectives to explore the social system surrounding us.

 

 

Mail ID: mdmenglish2018@gmail.com





Faculty Profile:


Sl. No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

1.

Dr. Mitali Gangopadhyay

M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

and HOD

Postcolonial Studies

2.

Sri Debanjan Mitra

M.A. (Gold Med.),

M. Phil.

Assistant Professor

Cultures of Dissent

3.

Sri Amlan Gayen

M.A.

Assistant Professor

Postcolonial Studies and Eco-Criticism

4.

Smt. Upakatha De

M.A.

SACT-II

Translation Studies

5.

Smt. Sohini Ghosh

M.A., M.Phil.

SACT-I

Graphic Novels


Departmental Highlights:

 

Interdisciplinary Seminar jointly organized with Department of Sociology on "Language & Society" (21.09.2010).

 

Regular extension lectures on various aspects for learning enhancement.

 

Lecture-cum-Film Shows for enhanced learning experience like-


i) Season of Bard Watching - "Macbeth" followed by lecture by Media Personality Smt. Urmimala Basu.
ii) "Twelfth Night" - followed by lecture by Dr. Mahuya

Bhaumick (09.10.2012 & 10.10.2012).

 

Participation in extension activities like:


"Teaching English: A Workshop" an academic endeavour with a

definite social purpose (15.01.2014). The workshop offered the

students a perspective of choosing English as a career option.

a philanthropic attempt was made to promote elemental English

among the underprivileged children of the society through

donation of books to the children of Siddharth United Social

Welfare Mission.

 

Faculties are voluntarily involved in Spoken English classes and Career oriented Examinations (eg. S.S.C., NET, SET, etc).

 

Dr. Mitali Gangopadhyay completed UGC funded Minor Research Project

of Rs. 2 lakhs.

 

Rich library with over 1000 books.

 

Perseverance to build on communication.

 

Enthusiastic participation in making of the wall magazine.

 

Promotion of creative instincts.

 

Guardian-Teachers Meet.

 

Annual awards by the faculty to deserving candidates for quality results in the University Examinations.

 

Cultural inclinations appreciated and promoted.

 

Recent publications of books and journals as new acquisitions making the departmental library updated.

 

Counselling of students both formally and informally.

 


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