Establishment

Establishment  June 1970       

 

Tenure of the H.O.D.

Sr. No.

Name of the Head

1

Prof. E.M. Kulkarni

2 Ms. Prof. R.S. Paranjape
3 Prof. R.P. Rathor
4 Prof. S.K. Jogdand
5 Prof. C.D. Bhandari
6 Prof. Y.S. Handibag

7

D.W. Arya

 

Vision / Mission / Goals / Objectives

Vision The vision of the department is to provide quality education to the students of rural area. The department always tries to encourage the students to indulge themselves in various activities for their personality development. The department takes dedicated efforts to forge a holistic educational growth introducing innovative teaching-learning methods.

 

Mission Today, English is the window to the knowledge of the worldand the department has the mission to enable its students to know and understand an effective way to meet the demands of the age.To make the students able to understand language, literature and the advanced areas of research in this field. To enable them to overcome the difficulties caused due to the lack of proper knowledge of the language.

 

Goals / Objectives Knowledge: 

  • To ensure the students get proper knowledge of the language, literature and research.
  • To make the language a medium to understand different areas of knowledge and cultures.

Skills:

  • To develop effective communication skills with modern teaching aids.
  • To encourage the students to make effective use of English language.
  • To develop the personality of the students with positive attitude through training in the language.

 Research: 

  • To undertake research work in emerging areas of the language and literature.
  • To encourage the students to undertake research through projects based on the prescribed syllabus.

       

Head of Department (Present)

Name   Shri. Arya D.W.
Education   M.A., B.Ed., SET, M.Phil.
Contact  9158639888


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Names of Programmes / Courses offered

Sr. No

Name of the Programme

Duration

Intake capacity

    1. B.A. I, II & III

3 Years

120

   2. B.Com. I, II & III

3 Years

120

 

 

 

Staff Details

Sr. No Name of the Teacher Qualification Designation Experience
1. D.W. Arya M.A., SET Head & Asst. Professor 14 Years
2. G.P. Aaklod M.A., B.Ed., SET, NET Asst. Professor 03 Years

 

Clock Hour Basis (CHB) Staff

Sr. No Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Experience
1 Mr. S.M. Gaikwad M.A., SET, B.Ed., M.Ed. Asst. Professor 03

Workload Distribution

Programme Total workload of Department Total workload of permanent Faculty Lecture delivered by temporary Faculty

%

Practical classes handled by Temporary faculty

%

B.A. I 13 13 00 Nil Nil Nil
B.A. II 13 13 00 Nil Nil Nil
B.A. III 16 16 00 Nil Nil Nil
B.Com. I 05 00 05 100% Nil Nil
B.Com. II 05 00 05 100% Nil Nil

Student Strength  

Class/ Year 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017
B.A.I Comp. 155 161 170 155 209
B.A.I Opt. 24 19 18 14 34
B.A.II Comp. 61 120 135 112 130
B.A. II Opt. 07 20 18 15 13
B.A.III Opt. 11 09 14 14 15
B.A. III Main 10 08 08 11 15
Total 268 337 363 321 416

Result (2016-17)

Title of the Programme Sem. Paper Name & Code Total no.of students appeared Division
Distinction% I% II% III% Pass%
B.A.I I Opt.-I 14 03 02 02 06 92.85
Opt.II 14 00 01 01 09 78.57
II Opt.-I 14 02 03 03 04 85.71
Opt.II 14 02 02 03 05 85.71
B.A.II III Opt.-III 15 00 01 02 10 86.67
Opt.IV 15 01 00 01 10 80.00
IV Opt.-III 12 00 01 07 04 100
Opt.IV 12 00 00 07 05 100
B.A.III  

V

Opt.-V 15 03 06 03 01 86.66
Opt.VI 15 02 05 03 02 80.00
Main VII 15 03 05 04 03 86.66
 

VI

Opt.-V 15 02 06 04 01 86.66
Opt. VI 15 03 05 04 01 86.66
Opt.VII 14 14 00 00 00 100
Main VIII 15 03 05 02 02 80.00

 

Papers presented in International, National and State Level Conferences / Seminars / Workshops

Sr. No. Faculty Name Name of the Paper Name of the Seminars/Conferences/Workshops Organizer & Date Level

 

1 Dr. Y.S. Handibag Vijay Tendulkar’s Plays: A Depiction of Stark Realities in Society Conference on Indian Writing in English Translation PG Dept. of English, Dayanand College of Arts, Latur. 1 & 2 March 2013 National
Portrayal of Homosexuality in Mahesh Dattani’s Plays Conference on Reflections of the Changing Indian Society in Indian English Drama Dept. of English, Arts, Comm. & Science College, Gangakhed. 27 Apr. 2013 National
Depiction of Evil in William Golding’s ‘Lord of the Flies’ Culture, Religion and Politics in Postmodern Nobel Laureates’ Literature K.R.M. Mahila College, Nanded. 06 Dec. 2014 National
English Language Teaching Through e-Learning Recent Trends in English Language and Literature AdarshMahavidyalaya, Omarga, Dist. Osmanabad. 30 & 31 Jan. 2015 National
Modernism and Postmodernism Recent Trends in Commerce, Management, Social Science and Humanities Leelawati College of Commerce and Computer Science, Pune. 10 Aug. 2015 International
William Gibson’s Neuromancer- a Postmodern Reading Emerging Trends in Postmodern Literatures in English Dept. of English, Shri. Shivaji College, Barshi, Dist. Solapur. 22 & 23 Aug. 2015 National
AttiaHosain’sSunlight on a Broken Column: An Exploration of the Feminist Ideology New Trends in the Asian Literatures in English Shri. PanditguruPardikarMahavidyalaya, Shirsala, Dist. Beed. 28 Aug. 2015 National
Use of e-Resources in English Language Teaching to Rural Students Recent Trends in Teaching English to the Rural Students in India ShaheedBhagatsingh College, Killari, Dist. Latur. 10 Oct. 2015 National
Film Adaptation: Theory and Process Film and Literature Vivekanand Arts, SardarDalipsing Commerce & Science College, Aurangabad. 27 Feb. 2015 National
2 Dhanaji W. Arya Just a Minute for Developing Speaking Skills Recent Trends in Teaching English to the Rural Students in India ShaheedBhagatsingh College, Killari, Dist. Latur. 10 Oct. 2015 National
Language of Silence and Pauses Postmodern Drama in English PadmabhushanVasantdadaPatil College, Patoda, Dist. Beed. National
Gandhian Ethics in R.K. Narayan’s The Vendor of Sweets Relevance of Gandhian Thoughts in Present Era Swami RamanadTeerth College, Ambajogai. 24 Mar. 2017 National
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Gangadhar P. Aaklod

 

 

 

The Theory of Post-Modernism Culture, Religion and Politics in Postmodern Nobel Laureates’ Literature Khorshedbano R. MewawalaMahilaMahavidyalaya, Nanded. 06 Jan. 2015 National
Modernism and Post-Modernism International Conference on Recent Trends in Commerce, Management, Social Science and Humanities Commonwealth Vocational University, Pune and Leelawati College, Pune. 10 Aug. 2015 International
Representation of the Sufferings of Diaspora in JhumpaLahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies National Conference on Diaspora in Indian English Literature
Problems of Language of Indian Writers in English National Conference on English Literature, Language and Media

 

YogeshwariMahavidyalayaAmbajogai. 24 & 25 June 2017 National

Research Publication

Name of the faculty Research Paper Total Publication Books Edited Books Total Citation H Index Impact Factor
International National Proceeding
D.W. Arya      —      03 03
Y.S.Handibag 01 08 02 11
Gangadhar P. Aaklod 01 03 01 05