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THANTHAI HANS ROEVER COLLEGE

(Autonomous)

(Affiliated to Bharathidasan University & Nationally Re-Accredited by NAAC)

PERAMBALUR – 621 220

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English

Department Faculties

Academics Of English

English is a universal language that has brought people and cultures as one. In the existing global scenario, it has become the language of education, technology, trade and cross-cultural relations. English literature as a discipline caters to the inculcation of significances even as it enhances communicative skills, and thus grooms the holistic improvement of the people. Learning of literature thus contributes abundantly to society.

The Department of English was established in the year 2005. The Department offers various courses to enhance the literary knowledge along with language skills in particular and communication skills in general, for the students to attain international standards.

Vision

The English Department strengthens the liberal education of students by developing a deepened understanding of language and literacy, the value of critical reading and effective writing, and the richness of literature, past and present. We seek to foster knowledge and a love of literature and of language in our students.

Mission

The Department is primarily interested in opening fresh avenues for personality improvement and control of language skills along with the attainment of knowledge of the subject, English Literature. It offers need-based programmes, provided in an academic atmosphere of quality higher education, and imbibes essential and universal values embedded in literature and life. The students, especially from the under-privileged echelon, are educated to obtain English communicative skills along with the knowledge about various social and national values attained from the study of literatures written in English.

Programmes Offered

The department offers the following programmes:

Under Graduate Programme:

  • B.A. English

Post Graduate Programme:

  • M.A. English

Research Programmes:

  • M.Phil. English
  • Ph.D. English

Program Outcome

  • Students will be able to write efficiently for a variety of professional and social settings. They will carry out writing as a process of motivated inquiry, engaging other writers’ ideas as they explore and develop their own.
    Program Specific Outcome
  • Students will develop an appreciation of how the formal elements language and genre shape meaning. Student will gain knowledge of the major tradition of literature written in English, and an appreciation for the diversity of literary and social voices within – and sometimes marginalized by those traditions. Student will develop the ability to read works of literary, rhetorical and cultural criticism, and deploy ideas from these texts in their own reading and writing. Student will develop a passion for literature and language. They will develop literature’s ability to elicit feeling, cultivate the imagination, and call as to account as humans.

Course Outcomes

  • Addresses Gender issues and focuses on means to avoid the discrimination of gender by introducing the women’s voice articulated in Literature from various countries.
  • Addresses human values to the students by focusing on Literary characterization and dramatic techniques.
  • Enables the students to prepare for the UGC Eligibility Tests and to train them to succeed in various competitive examinations.
  • Facilitates the students to understand the advanced skills used in spoken communication and to understand the importance of overall development of personality.

Others

  • The Language Lab, equipped with individual computer facility that provides interactive programmed lessons on English grammar issues and communication. The individualized learning at the computer helps the students to pursue their training at their own pace. The one-to-one interaction between the teacher and the student provides a cordial ambience to the teaching-learning process, which is its unique aspect.
  • Bridge Course is conducted for all freshers in the beginning of their I semester to bridge the gap between school and collegiate education to meet the students communicative requirements.
  • Drama Shows and Slide Shows are arranged on various topics on the syllabus to create
    interest among the students.
  • Industrial visits are organized to sensitize students to the practical challenges

Faculties

Nesapriya K

M.A., M.Phil.

HOD, Assistant Professor

Bakyalakshmi. K

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Abraham. A

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Mary Bridgith.F

M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

R.Ramya

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Mahendran.C

M.A., M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Renganathan.V

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Rajarajeswari.M

M.A., M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Jeeva.P

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Sivaprakash.E.C

M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Ms.T.Tamilroja

M.A., M.Phil.,

Assistant Professor

Ms.M.Arafathun Nisha

M.A., B.Ed.,

Assistant Professor

Research & Publications

S.NoAuthorsTitle of the PaperJournal / ConferenceMonth & YearStatus
1 Ms.K.Nesapriya Perception of Feminism in Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
2 Ms.K.Bakyalakshmi Observation of Postmodern Feminism in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
3 Ms.K.Santhini Explication of the Game Theory in Silence! The Court is in Session Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
4 Ms.K.Santhini Search for Self-Awareness and Self-Empowerment of Black Women in Toni Morrison’s Sula ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) Mar/2017 Published
5 Mr.P.Abraham An Oikopoetic Reading in Wole Soyinka’s The Lion and The Jewel Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
6 Ms.M.Suguna Postmodern Attributes in “The Rime of Ancient Mariner”: A Study Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
7 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Affirmation of Self- Striving for Individuality in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman INFOKARA - UGC CARE listed Journal Published
8 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Assertion of Self - Seeking Autarchy in Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters ADALYA - UGC CARE listed Journal Sep/2019 Published
9 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Infidelity in Manju Kapur’s Custody Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
10 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Aspiring for Distinctiveness in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman Language in India Sep/2018 Published
11 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Chutnification in Difficult Daughters International Journal of English Language, Literature in Humanities (IJELLH) Jul/2018 Published
12 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Excruciation in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) / International Seminar on “Hegemony and Resistance: Textualising and Contextualing" Aug/2017 Published
13 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Quest for Autonomy: A Study of Manju Kapur’s Home ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) / International Seminar on “Literature Explores Impediments in Society” Mar/2017 Published
14 Mr.U.Vivek A Subaltern Perspective in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
15 Ms.R.Ramya The Plight Of Poor In Rohinton Mistry’s “A Fine Balance” Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
16 Mr.V.Renganathan Maneuvers Enhancing Pupils’ Presentation Skills Language in India / International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature Mar/2019 Published
17 Mr.V.Renganathan Importance of Communication skills International Journal of Current Research and Modern Education (IJCRME) Mar/2019 Published
18 Ms.M.Rajarajeshwari Exploration of Postmodernism Doris Lessing‘s The Golden Notebook Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
19 Mr.P.Jeeva Sethe in Toni Morrison’s Beloved: A Psychoanalytic Study Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
20 Ms.K.Nesapriya Perception of Feminism in Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
21 Ms.K.Bakyalakshmi "Observation of Postmodern Feminism in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters " Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
22 Ms.K.Santhini "Explication of the Game Theory in Silence! The Court is in Session " Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
23 Ms.K.Santhini Search for Self-Awareness and Self-Empowerment of Black Women in Toni Morrison’s Sula ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) Mar/2017 Published
24 Mr.P.Abraham An Oikopoetic Reading in Wole Soyinka’s The Lion and The Jewel Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
25 Ms.M.Suguna Postmodern Attributes in “The Rime of Ancient Mariner”: A Study Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
26 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Affirmation of Self- Striving for Individuality in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman INFOKARA - UGC CARE listed Journal Oct/2019 Published
27 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Assertion of Self - Seeking Autarchy in Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters ADALYA - UGC CARE listed Journal Sep/2019 Published
28 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Infidelity in Manju Kapur’s Custody Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
29 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Chutnification in Difficult Daughters International Journal of English Language, Literature in Humanities (IJELLH) Jul/2018 Published
30 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith "Excruciation in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe " ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) / International Seminar on “Hegemony and Resistance: Textualising and Contextualing" Aug/2017 Published
31 Ms.F.Mary Bridgith Quest for Autonomy: A Study of Manju Kapur’s Home ROOTS (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches) / International Seminar on “Literature Explores Impediments in Society” Mar/2017 Published
32 Mr.U.Vivek A Subaltern Perspective in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
33 Ms.R.Ramya The Plight Of Poor In Rohinton Mistry’s “A Fine Balance” Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
34 Mr.V.Renganathan Maneuvers Enhancing Pupils’ Presentation Skills Language in India / International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature Mar/2019 Published
35 Mr.V.Renganathan Importance of Communication skills International Journal of Current Research and Modern Education (IJCRME) Mar/2019 Published
36 Ms.M.Rajarajeshwari Exploration of Postmodernism Doris Lessing‘s The Golden Notebook Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published
37 Mr.P.Jeeva Sethe in Toni Morrison’s Beloved: A Psychoanalytic Study Language in India / International Conference on "Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature" Mar/2019 Published