PO1. To introduce to the learners the rich literary tradition in Indian writing in English.
PO2. To familiarize the students with the evolution of the genre of fiction in Britain.
PO3. To introduce the students to the Australian literary texts and approach them from a postcolonial perspective.
PO4. To acquaint the students with different literary era, movements and authors relating to American history and literature.
PO5. To enhance the communicative competence by improving the grammatical skills.
PO6. To introduce the various genres and forms of literature.
PO7. To give a clear and systemic understanding of the national changes and developments that influenced British Literature.
PO8. To provide a historical perspective of British poetry.
PO9. To provide a socio-cultural perspective of Caribbean Writings.
P10. To impart proficiency in pronunciation and oral communication.
P11. To acquaint the students to the growth and development of English drama from a historical perspective.
P12. To introduce the major schools of literary criticism to the students.
P13. To acquaint the students with the global literary and cultural sensibilities prevalent in other parts of the globe.
P14. To sensitise the students about the problems women face in the patriarchal cultural milieu.
P15. To introduce the students to the challenges of the constantly evolving world of journalism and Mass Communication.
P16. To develop the creative writing skills latent in the students.
P17. To acquaint the students to the dramatic and theatrical conventions of Shakespeare.
P18. Enable the students to make comparisons in terms of theme, rhetorical structure, and genre.
PSO1. To enhance vocabulary and usage of English through reading and writing.
PSO2. To familiarize the students with the historical movements and the cultural politics.
PSO3. To enhance communicative and creative skills through literature.
PSO4. To use appropriate language skills for various communicative functions in different socio-cultural contexts.
PSO5. To accustom the students to the various dramatic devices and techniques used in the genre.
PSO6. To develop multi-tasking skills required in the dynamic multi-media and convergent environment.
PSO7. To enable the students to gain insights into the different cultures and milieu.
PSO8. To enable the students to understand the cross-cultural and historical approaches.
|Designation||Photo||Name & Qualification||Description|
|Head of the Department||Dr. J. Subitha Persis,
M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D.
|Dr. J. Subitha Persis is working in the Department of English since 01.12.2003. Her area of specialization being Indian Writing in English, she did her research on the title, Different Dimensions in the Lives of Women - A Reading of the Select Novels of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Anita Nair and Amulya Malladi". She has presented papers in seminars and has published papers in various journals.|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. G. Lala
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
|Dr. G. Lala is working in the department of English, Women's Christian College, Nagercoil, since 2004. Her area of specialization is American Literature. She has presented papers in many National Conferences. Her papers have been published in several reputed journals. On International Women's Day, she has been awarded with Wonderful Outstanding Women Award by Way Foundation Registered with World International Organization Committee, World United Nations.|
|Assistant Professor||Mrs. G. Dhali
M.A., M.A., M.Phil. B.ED., (SET passed)
|DMrs. G. Dhali has been working in Womens Christian College since 2009. Her area of specialization is Australian Literature. She has served as the editor for the college magazine and SPARKS, the English Department magazine. She has co-authored a book for UGC - SET/NET Examination aspirants..|
|Assistant Professor||Mrs.T.S. Raja Jemi Subeitha Bai
|Mrs.T.S. Raja Jemi Subeitha has 3 years of teaching experience. She has attended seminars in her area of interest and has actively participated and helped organize seminars/literary fests. She is interested in SCM activities and she has attended several Christian programs.|
|Assistant Professor||Dr.J. M. Anusha Lahi
M.A. M.Phil,SET(Eng), Ph.D.
|Dr.J. M. Anusha Lahi has 7 years of teaching experience. Her area of specialization is Canadian Literature. She has passed M.A, M.Phil and State Eligibility Test (SET) for Lectureship in English.|
M.A. B.ED., M.Phil, PGDCA, NET(Eng),SET (Eng), Ph.D.
|Dr.Y.G.Reni has 7 years of teaching experience. Her area of specialization is Australian Literature and Postcolonial Theory. She has passed M.A, B.Ed, M.Phil, M.A(Sociology), P.G.D.C.A, Hindi Sahithyacharya, National Eligibility Test(NET, Eng) and State Eligibility Test(SET, Eng).|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. Chrissie Gracelyn David
M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.D
|Dr. Chrissie Gracelyn David is serving in this institution since 2005. She was awarded Ph.D. by the Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli in 2011. Her doctoral research is on British Literture which is a special area of her interest. Her dissertation is entitled " A Thematic and Stylistic Analysis of the Novels of Graham Greene". She has presented and published a few research papers in various journals.|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. G.J. Hamlin
M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., P.G.C.T.E., Ph.D.
|An Assistant Professor with more than a decade of teaching experience. A creative and an innovative teacher who loves students in an unbiased manner. Writes poems both in Tamil and English and also loves teaching students write, learn and interpret poems. Was honoured by the Municipal Commissioner of Nagercoil in May 2020 for a Tamil poem written about the caged life of people living in containment zones. Translated the Sakitya Academi Yuva Purashkar winning Tamil novel “Thooppukkaari,” in January 2020. Received an Appreciation Certificate and an Award of Rs.1000/- for designing the Quasquicentennial Logo in the academic year 2017-2018 at Scott Christian Colllege, Nagercoil. She was conferred with “The Glory of India” Gold Medalist Award in 2019., by the Best Citizen Publishing House, New Delhi.To know more you can access the link: https://sites.google.com/view/hamlinprofile/home .|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. Vinila Dennis,
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.,
|Dr. Vinila Dennis has been working in the Department of English since 2009. Her area of interest is Caribbean literature. she did her Ph.D on the Poems of Derek Walcott. She has co-ordinated national level seminars.|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. S. Brallin Theola,
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.,
|Dr. S. Brallin Theola has been working in the Department of English since 2009. She has attended many national and international conferences and published and presented five papers.|