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Department Profile: English

INDEX


1. Department at a Glance


SR.NO.
CRIATERIA
DETAILS
1 Name of Department English
2 Year of establishment 2001
3 Number of sanctioned post teachers 03
4 Number of vacant post of teachers -
5 Number of full time teachers 03
6 Number of part time teachers -
7 Programmes offered by the Department B.A. in English
8 Add-oncourses offered by the Department 01
9 Number of students enrolled (2020-21) 11
10 Number of students passed (2020-21) 09
11 Number of Research Paper published in UGC approved journals 09
12 Number of Research Papers published in Proceedings volume 11
13 Number of Authored Books 1
14 Number of Edited Books 1
15 Number of Chapters in Edited Books 0
16 Awards and recognitions received by the teaching staff 5
17 Number of teaching staff having Ph.D. Guideship 2
18 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops attended by teachers BDW:70
DDK:40
SPK:08
19 Number of International Conferences/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshops attended by teachers BDW: 12
DDK: 03
SPK: 00
20 Number of Orientation Programmes/ Refresher Courses/Faculty Development Programmes attended BDW: 12
DDK: 13
SPK: 02
21 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops organized by the Department 03
22 Number of Extension programmes organized by the Department 01
23 Number of Field Works/Study Tours conducted for students (June2016toMay2021) 03
24 Number of books in the Departmental Library 33
25 Number of computers in the Department 2
26 Printers available in the Department 1



2. Departmental Aims and Objectives & Vision and Mission


Vision:

To harness inherent potentials and linguistics abilities of the rural students to develop them equipped with contemporary skills to be self reliant and contribute to the nation building

Mission:

1. To develop communicative competency of students.
2. To enable the students to use English language as a tool for employment, business etc.
3. To foster knowledge and love for literature and language among the students.

AIM:

To inculcate the linguistic skills and understand how works of literature reflect their own times, engage great moral issues, and advance or undermine justice.

OBJECTIVES:
  To enable the learner-

• To develop interest in and appreciation of Literature.

• To inculcate human values and aesthetics sense.

• To develop capacity for critical thinking and creativity.

• To develop and integrate the use of the four language skills i.e. Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing.




3. Perspective Plan of the Department of Five Years


(From 2018-19 to 2022-23)

• To introduce short term courses.
• To organize workshops and conferences.
• To develop MoU and linkages.
• To boost research activities.
• To integrate ICT in teaching and learning process.
• To run awareness programmes.


4. Teacher Profile


SR.NO. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Experience Nature of Appointment
01 Prof. (Dr) Balkrishna Dada Waghmare M.A., B.Ed, SET, NET, Ph.D. Professor 19 Years Permanent
02 Dr. Dattatray Dnyandev Khaladkar M.A., M.Phi., Ph.D Assistant Professor 11 Years Permanent
03 Ms. Shubhangi Pralhad Kharat M.A., B.Ed. Assistant Professor 10 Years Full time (Temporary)



5. Student Profile


Year
No. of enrolled Students
2021-22 10
2020-21 11
2019-20 14
2018-19 14
2017-18 10
2016-17 14



6. Programmes for Advanced Learners and Slow Learners


SR.NO.
Activity
Class For slow learners/Advanced Learners
1 Remedial Coaching B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For slow learners
2 Group Discussion B.A. III Advanced Learners
3 Seminars by Students B.A. III Advanced Learners
4 Library Visits B.A. III For both
5 Study Tours B.A. III For both
6 Film Festival B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For both
7 Workshops and Seminars B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For both
8 Bridge Course/Induction Programme B.A. I For both
9 Guest/Expert Lecture B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For both
10 Certificate Programmes (Basic Course in English Language and Communication) B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For both
11 Unit Test/Surprise Test/Open Book Test B.A. I
B.A. II
B.A. III
For both
12 Language Lab B.A. III For both
13 Research Paper Presentation B.A. III Advanced Learners



7. Student Centric Methods


SR.NO. Methods Activity
1 Experiential Learning 1. Research Projects
2. Research Paper Presentation
3. PPT
4. YouTube Video Lectures
5. Study Tours
2 Participative Learning 1. Seminars by students
2. Film Festivals
3. Expert lectures
4. Workshops
3 Problem Solving 1. Study Quiz
2. Surprise Tests
3. Home Assignments



8. Use ICT Enabled Tools for Teaching and Learning


SR.NO. Name of the Teacher ICT Tools E–resources and Apps
1 Dr. B. D. Waghmare 1.LCD Projector
2.Language Lab
3.Smart phone
4. Laptop
5. A/V Clips
6.USB drive
7.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Google Classroom
3. Whats app
4. Google forms
5. X-recorder
6. E-mails
7. Educational Websites
8. N-lists
9. PPT
2 Dr. D.D. Khaladkar 1.LCD Projector
2.Language Lab
3.Smart phone
4. Laptop
5. A/V Clips
6.USB drive
7.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Google Classroom
3. Whats app
4. Google forms
5. X-recorder
6. E-mails
7. Educational Websites
8. N-lists
9. PPT
3 Ms. S. P. Kharat 1.LCD Projector
2.Language Lab
3.Smart phone
4. Laptop
5. A/V Clips
6.USB drive
7.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Google Classroom
3. Whats app
4. Google forms
5. X-recorder
6. E-mails
7. Educational Websites
8. N-lists
9. PPT



9. Digital Learning Resources


SR.NO. Digital Resource Numbers
1 Computers with Internet connectivity 02
2 LED Projectors 01
3 Sound System 01
4 Webcam 02
5 Laptops (personal) 02
6 Language Lab 01



10. Programme and Course Outcomes


Programme Specific Outcome


1) Bachelor of Arts in English

Student graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English demonstrates an ability of:

• Effective application of linguistic skills, i.e. Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing of English language.

• Reading, interpreting and writing about a diverse range of texts in English.

• Critical and analytical understanding co-relation between language, literature and culture.

• Application of critical theories and concepts to understand a literary work.

• Effectively using English language according to various situations.

•Developing critical insight to understand English literatures in English.

• Using effective communication for employability/ entrepreneurship.



Course Outcomes


B.A. Part I –

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course, (Compulsory English: A and B), English for Communication

1. To acquaint students with communication skills.

2. To inculcate human values among the students through poems and prose.

3. To improve the language competence of the students

Modern Indian Writing in English Translation (Discipline Specific Core) (DSC- A3) (English Paper –I, II) ,

1. Acquaints the students with translated Modern Indian literature in English.

2. Introduces the students to short story as a form of literature with reference to the texts prescribed.

3. Develops literary competence among students.



B. A. Part II –

ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COMPULSORY COURSE (AECC) (CBCS), ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION (Paper C, D)

1. Enables the students to develop communication skills in English, both oral and written.

2. Equips the students with the language skills for use in their personal, academic and professional lives.

3. Develops the students’ essential employability skills.

4. Helps the students to enter the job market with confidence and the ability to work effectively.

5. Helps the students to learn and practice both language and soft skills.

6. Encourages the active involvement of the students in learning process.

7. Enables the students to cultivate a broad, human and cultured outlook.

English (Paper III, V) (Semester III, V), LITERATURE AND CINEMA (CBCS)

1. Introduces film and its relationship to literature to the students.

2. Acquires film literacy through a working knowledge of basic film terminology.

3. Develops critical approaches to engage with film adaptations.

4. Establishes a clear understanding of literature through film adaptations of literary texts.

5. Introduces the students to the issues and practices of cinematic adaptations.

English (Paper IV, VI) (Semester III, IV),PARTITION LITERATURE (CBCS)

1. Creates an awareness of the partition scenario among the students.

2. Explains the hidden human dimensions of the partition to the students.

3. Elaborates on the impact of partition on society.



B. A. Part III -

Compulsory English, Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (CBCS), ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

After the completion of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Communicate in English, in oral and written modes, in their day-to-day lives aswell as at workplaces.

2. Face job interviews confidently and efficiently.

3. Acquire soft skills required at workplaces and in real life.

4. Learn group behaviour and team work.

5. Learn to value and respect others’ opinions and views and develop democraticattitude.

6. Face competitive examinations confidently and efficiently with adequatelinguistic confidence.

7. Acquire professional skills required in media writing such as writing editorials.

8. Learn to appreciate and enjoy reading poetry and prose passages.

9. Acquire human values and develop cultured outlook.



INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM (CBCS), Discipline Specific Elective

Semester V (Paper VII) (DSE- E11) & Semester VI (Paper XII) (DSE- E136)

1. Students are able to understand the major trends in criticism.

2. Students are able to interpret critical concepts.

3. Students are able to study the original contributions to literary criticism.

4. Students are acquainted with literary and critical movements.

5. Students are able to understand the meaning and appreciate the poems critically.

ENGLISH POETRY (CBCS), Discipline Specific Elective, Semester V (Paper VIII) (DSE – E12) and Semester VI (Paper XIII) (DSE – E137)

1. Students will be able to trace the development of the poetry in English from the days of Shakespeare to the contemporary India.

2. Students will be able to appreciate and analyze the poems properly.

3. Students will have a fairly comprehensive view of the Western and Eastern poetic tradition and they will be able to relate it to various literary movements.

4. Students will have an insight into poetry and they will be able to make a lively and interesting reading.

ENGLISH DRAMA (CBCS), Discipline Specific Elective, Semester V (Paper IX) ((DSE – E13) & Semester VI (Paper XIV) (DSE – E138)

1. Students are able to understand different forms of drama.

2. Students are able to relate drama to their ideological or socio-political contexts.

3. Students are able to improve their creative and imaginative faculties through thereading of drama.

4. Students are able to know about various aspects of the drama.

ENGLISH NOVEL (CBCS), Discipline Specific Elective, Semester V (Paper X) ((DSE – E14) & Semester VI (Paper XV) (DSE – E139)

1. Students are able to understand different forms of novel.

2. Students are able to relate novels to their ideological or socio-political contexts.

3. Students are able to improve their creative and imaginative faculties through the reading of novels.

4. Students are able to know about various aspects of the novel.

LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (CBCS), Discipline Specific Elective, Semester V –Paper XI (DSE - E15) & Semester VI – Paper XVI (DSE - E140)

1. Students know the concept of communication.

2. Students are familiar with varieties of the English language.

3. Students know different levels of study of the English language.

4. Students know basic units of grammar.



B.Com. Part I – (Compulsory English) (CBCS) English for Business Communication (Sem-I & II) (Paper- A & B)

1. To acquaint students with communication skills.

2. To inculcate human values among the students through poems and prose.

3. To improve the language and business competence of the students.

B.Com. Part II – (Compulsory English) (CBCS) English for Business Communication (Sem-III & IV) (Paper- C & D)

1. To enable the students to develop communication skills in English, both oral and written.

2. To equip the students with the language skills for use in their personal, academic andprofessional lives.

3. To develop the students essential employability skills.

4. To help the students to enter the job market with confidence and the ability to workeffectively.

5. To help the students to learn and practice both language and soft skills.

6. To encourage the active involvement of students in learning process.

7. To enable the students to cultivate a broad, human and cultured outlook



B.Sc-I- Compulsory English (English for communication) (Sem-I & II) (Paper-A & B)

1. To acquaint students with communication skills.

2. To inculcate human values among the students through poems and prose.

3. To improve the language and business competence of the students.

B.Sc-III- Compulsory English (English for communication) (Sem-V & VI) (Paper-C & D)

After the completion of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Communicate in English, in oral and written modes, in their day-to-day lives aswell as at workplaces.

2. Face job interviews confidently and efficiently.

3. Acquire soft skills required at workplaces and in real life.

4. Learn group behaviour and team work.

5. Learn to value and respect others’ opinions and views and develop democraticattitude.

6. Face competitive examinations confidently and efficiently with adequatelinguistic confidence.

7. Acquire professional skills required in media writing such as writing editorials.

8. Learn to appreciate and enjoy reading poetry and prose passages.

9. Acquire human values and develop cultured outlook.




11. Exam Results


Year No. of Students enrolled No. of Students appeared in the exam No. of Students Passed in the exam Pass Percentage
2021-22 10 09 09 100%
2020-21 11 10 09 90%
2019-20 14 14 13 92.85
2018-19 14 14 10 71.42
2017-18 10 9 9 100%
2016-17 14 10 10 100%



12. Research Profile of the Department


Sr. No. Name of Faculty Research Papers Published in UGC approved Journals Research Papers Published in peer reviewed Journals/ chapters in books Books Research Project Research Supervisor for M.Phil/Ph.D.
01 Prof. (Dr) Balkrishna Dada Waghmare 07 36 02 01 Yes
02 Dr. Dattatray Dnyandev Khaladkar 03 07 - - Yes
03 Ms. Shubhangi Pralhad Kharat 00 01 - 01 --



13. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops Conducted


Year Name of the workshop/ seminar/ conference Number of Participants Date From – To
2021-22 English Language and Career Opportunities 47 27/06/2022
2020-21 Gender Sensitisation and Contemporary Discourse 957 05-09-2021
2019-20 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) 50 31-01-2020



14. Extension activities


Sr. No Year Name of the Activity No. of participants
1 2020-21 Covid-19 Online Awareness Program 1072



15. Awards and Recognitions Won By Faculty


Name of the Faculty Name of the activity Name of the Award/ recognition for Institution Name of the Awarding government/ government recognised bodies Year of award
Prof. Dr. B. D. Waghmare Recognised for Literary Work and Contributions Book Honour NE8x LITFEST 2021 EDITION 2020-21
Prof. Dr. B. D. Waghmare Sahitykosh Samman Recognising the Best in Literature 2021 Sahitykosh Samman 2021 NE8x LITFEST 2021 EDITION 2020-21
Prof. Dr. B. D. Waghmare Esteemed Contribution Across Speaker Sessions and Inspiring the Next Generation Writers Speaker Honour NE8x LITFEST 2021 EDITION 2020-21
Prof. Dr. B. D. Waghmare Esteemed author for literary works across domains Featured Author NE8x LITFEST 2021 EDITION 2020-21
Prof. Dr. B. D. Waghmare Tagore Commemorative Honouree Author Tagore Commemorative Honouree Author 2021 NE8x LITFEST 2021 EDITION 2020-21



15. Awards and Recognitions Won By Faculty


Organisation with which MoU is signed Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house Year of signing MoU Duration
A. S. C. College Ramanandnagar Department of English 2015-16 5 years



17. Placement of Outgoing Students

(From 2016-17 to 2020-21)


Year Name of student placed and contact details Name of the employer with contact details Pay package at appointment (In INR per annum)
2020-21 Yadav Swati Ganpati Primary High school, Dudhondi 120000/-
2020-21 Koli Ankit Mahadev Reliable Harvest Farmers Producer Comp. Ltd., Kundal 144000/-
2018-19 Kumbhar Vaibhav Uttam Sales Executive, Team Lease 119500/-
2018-19 Chavan Avinash Shankar Kirloskar Ferrous industries Pvt Ltd Kirloskarwadi 115000/-
2017-18 Hingmire Nitin Deepak Teacher, Academic Heights, Public School, Kundal 50000/-
2017-18 Kamble Amit Alhad Teacher, Dr K. B. P KIT Satara 60000/-
2017-18 Jadhav Sagar Dilip Legal Officer-Land at Shri Bajarang Wind and Solar Park Developers, Pune. 300,000/-
2016-17 Varude Poonam Shashikant Teacher, Zilha Parishad Marathi Shala (School), Sawantpur, Palus. 70000/-



18. Students Progressing to Higher Education


Year Name of student enrolling into higher education Name of institution joined Name of programme admitted to
2020 -2021 Yadav Swati Ganpati Bharti Uni. Kolhapur MSW
2020 -2021 Koli Ankit Mahadev ACS College, Palus MA (English)
2019-2020 Jadhav Dipali Balaso Sadguru Ghadge Maharaj, College, Karad MA (English)
2019-2020 Gotpagar Prajakata Vikas Sadguru Ghadge Maharaj, College, Karad MA (English)
2016-2017 Naik Kiran Kumar Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil College, Islampur MA (English)
2016-2017 Nadaf Karishma Jahangir Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil College, Islampur MA (English)



19. Awards/Medals/Scholarships Won by Students


Sr. No. Year Name of the Student Details
1 2020-21 Kolekar Karuna Kumar Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
2 2020-21 Chavan Sapna Anil Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
3 2020-21 Badare Nilam Dattatray Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
4 2019-20 Kulkarni Pradnya Ramesh Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
5 2019-20 Badare Nilam Dattatray Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
6 2019-20 Yadav Swati Ganpati Shivaji University Kolhapur Merit Scholarship
7 2017-18 Gawale Viragi Vijay District Level Youth Festival
8 2017-18 Gawale Viragi Vijay Central Youth Festival
9 2016-17 Bhagat Rohini Suresh Best informative Essay, Shivaji University Magazine Competition



20. Prominent Alumni of the Department


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Sr. No. Name of Alumni Position Held
1 Pawar Swapnil Ashok Asst Director, Bollywood
2 Bansode Kavita Popat Forest ranger, Forest Department
3 Chavan Ranjit Vitthal Indian Army
4 Koli Komal Shivaji Counselor, Rayat Agro Pvt Ltd, Islampur.
5 GawaleViragi Vijay Auditor, Ocean one Finance Pvt Ltd, Pune
6 Jadhav Sagar Dilip Advocate
7 Lad Satyajit Vikas Head Master, Bachpan School, Palus
8 Ingale Ranjit Subhash Manager, Royal Agro Organic Pvt Ltd Pune
9 Kale Vaibhav Assistant Professor, Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Engineering College Kolhapur
10 Kumbhar Vaibhav Uttam Sales Executive, Team Lease.
11 Chavan Avinash Shankar Kirloskar Ferrous industries Pvt Ltd Kirloskarwadi
12 Lad Sagar Sanjay Kirloskar Co. Pvt Ltd
13 Marale Madhuri Dhanaji Teacher, Malan Tai Yadav English Medium School Ramapur.
14 Kumbhar Swaranjali Ankush Teacher, Z. P. Sangli
15 Nadaf Karishma Jahangir Teacher, Z. P. Sangli
16 Nivale Gauri Mohan Teacher, Z. P. Sangli
17 Solwande Nilima Dilip Teacher, Z. P. Sangli
18 Waghamare Apeksha Gautam Teacher, Z. P. Sangli
19 Kamble Amit Alhad Teacher, Dr K. B. P KIT Satara
20 Hingmire Nitin Deepak Teacher, Academic High Kundal



21. SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Challenges) Analysis


Strengths:

• Well qualified and Research oriented teaching staff.

• Good number of publications in reputed journals.

Weakness:

• No Postgraduate programme.

• Students from vernacular background.

Opportunities:

• To start MA as well as Research Center in English.

• To introduce more add on courses.

Challenges:

• Good number of enrollment.

• To bridge the gap between Slow Learners and Advanced Learners.




22. Future Plans


• To introduce more short term courses.

• To start departmental library.

• To organize more workshops and conferences.






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