Department of English

History of English department
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History


The Department of English was established in 1951. Under the stewardship of S.P.Ragland , the first Principal of the College, Sarvasri D.V.Subbarao , K.T.Rayudu, K.V.Subbarao, V.Basavaiah, N.Mukundarao, P.Kutumbarao , Vardhan Rao Lakshmi Narasimha Rao, Sk Thamizzudin and Sk Nafizuddin, brought fame the Department. It flourished well and was treated as the Royal Department.


At present , the members of the Department Mrs P Sudha Rani, Mr I.Kesava Rao, Mrs B Jhansi Rani, Sri P.Srinivasa Rao and Mrs P Suneetha are after academic improvement and so pursuing research work.


INFRASTRUCTURE


The Department is provided a computer with internet facility , printer and intercom. The ever growing importance of English made the management think in terms of establishing English Language Lab. Students were trained in on line exams. Realizing the need for all the students to communicate well in the Global village arrangements are made to establish Communication Lab.


The Department of English takes care of the two well established labs and trains the students in Spoken English, Communicative Skills and Functional English.


The Department has library with 200 hundred books. It maintains Stock and issue registers and allows students to make use of the library as well internet.


63 years of expertise in education, the department aims at instilling in rural students a thirst for knowledge, the fervor to preserve the tradition and culture of India, cherish the age-old ethical and spiritual values as well as uphold a life of purity and discipline.

ACHIEVEMENTS:


The Department organized two National Seminars sponsored by UGC ( autonomous fund and alumni contribution)


Sri P.Srnivasa Rao is sanctioned by the UGC a Research Project entitled Inculcating Extensive Reading Habits in English for Students Who Have Done Their Schooling with Telugu as Their Medium of Instruction .


Smt B.Jhansi Rani is sanctioned a Minor Research Project entitled Language Teaching University Grants Commission. All the members attended Orientation and Refresher courses besides undergoing training in “Train the Trainer Program and so on. Every year certificate/ Advanced Certificate courses in Communicative Skills (COP) are run by the Department of English.