PO1. To appreciate the lively poetic languages of English poems.
PO2. To introduce the various literary genres, movements and forms of literature.
PO3. To analyse and critically appreciate the dramatic techniques of the dramatists.
PO4. To understand the significance of literary works in their cultural and ideological contexts
PO5. To explore the incredible diversity of the English Language and Literature throughout the history of the world.
PO6. To analyse how writers have reacted to the social challenges of their contemporary period.
PO7. To express the hermeneutic engagement of creative texts with gender, race, region and identity across various significations.
PO8. To study Post-Colonial Literature and cultures with a nationalist perspective.
PO9. To develop comprehensive reading, writing and research skills.
PO10. To guide the students to understand academic and literary profession.
PO11. To help the students adapt themselves to the changing aspects of academic professionalization.
PSO1. To understand the historicity and textuality of World Anglophone Literatures.
PSO2. To appraise the diversity of humanist discourses as delineated in the texts.
PSO3. To enhance vocabulary and usage of English through reading and writing.
PSO4. To use appropriate language skills for various communicative functions in different socio-cultural contexts.
PSO5. Torelate the texts to convey and construct cultural values and ideas.
PSO6. To foster and articulate the intercultural dialogue with social empathy.
PSO7. To periodize the formation of knowledge with a significant paradigm shift.
PSO8. To validate the text with dominant critical theories, methodologies and contemporary practices in the field.
PSO9. To develop proficiency in critical thought and creative writing.
PSO10. To learn professional skills related to translation and media.
|Designation||Photo||Name & Qualification||Description|
|Head of the Department||<||Mrs. L. EzhilPrafula
M.A., M.Phil., PGDCA.
|Mrs. L. EzhilPrafula has 7 years of teaching experience. Her area of interest in Diaspora Literature with specific emphasis on Canadian Literature. She has attended seminars and workshops in her area of interest and has actively participated and helped organize seminars.|
|Assistant Professor||Mrs. J.D. AbraJasly
M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil.
|Mrs. J.D. AbraJasly has 4 years of teaching experience. Her area of specialization is Canadian Literature.|
|Assistant Professor||Dr. V. Sumitha
M.A., M.Phil., NET (Eng), SET (Eng), Ph. D.
|Dr. Sumitha Victoria is an Assistant Professor in English since 2012. She holds a doctorate in English literature in the year 2015. Apart from being a University Rank holder in UG from ManonmaniamSundaranar University in 2007, she also cleared NET and SET exams. Her area of specialization is Post-Colonial Literature. She has published research articles in UGC CARE LISTED journals. Attended more than 100 seminars and webinars, she encourages students throughout their programs so as to enable them to progress expeditiously to theirdegrees. She provides education of the highest quality in the English Language in literature judiciously combining breadth with depth. To know more about her kindly click the following Youtube Channel of her: https://youtube,com/channel/UCEv6sc2fRL4tn-aSQV7GpA|