Department of English

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About the Department

The Department of English, one of the oldest departments of the University, was established in 1986, and since its inception, the Department has been the hub of teaching and research activity, attracting a cross-section of students and research scholars from all over the country. It has established itself as a stronghold of Comparative Literature, fostering Comparative Literary Studies between English and other literatures. In recent years, Translation Studies, Gender and Feminist Studies, Cultural Studies, Ecocritical Studies, Subaltern Studies and Disability Studies too have emerged as thrust areas, inspiring inter-disciplinary and intra-disciplinary insights among faculty and students alike. At the Postgraduate level, the Department of English offers courses in poetry, drama, prose and fiction of canonical British Literature, American Literature, and other National literatures thus offering a good training for UGC-NET aspirants, and all those who are keen in furthering their research and academic output.

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Dr. T. Marx

  • Professor
Office Contact Details



Kalpana H
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Binu - Binu Zachariah
Associate Professor
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Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Lakhimai Mili
Associate Professor
S.Visaka Devi - Visaka Devi
Assistant Professor

Officers & Staffs

The Department has well-ventilated classrooms and seminar halls having suitable seating capacity. Besides the faculty’s personal computers, the office too is equipped with computers having internet facilities.
The department has an active alumni programme by which students and the scholars are linked to their alma mater. Alumni are encouraged to develop develop healthy active bonds with the department and efforts to organize alumni meets are a part of the department agenda. The Placement cell of the Department makes an effective coordination between the outgoing students and prospective employers thereby leading to placement of more than 90 percent of our students in various academic and corporate bodies.
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