English

VISION:


To impart a multicultural and multilingual dimension to the study of the global language and to help students see themselves as professionals, as part of a discipline with skills and abilities. It also provides students with sophisticated writing and critical thinking skills useful not only in the academy but also in the world at large.

MISSION:


The English Department is committed to enabling students from diverse educational backgrounds to be sufficiently prepared to become independent language learners in order to achieve their academic, professional and personal goals. Our aim is to enhance studentsí critical and analytical skills, promote academic honesty and equip them with necessary language and leadership skills to succeed with the professional arena.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE:

  • Be able to lead and work in their profession with multidisciplinary approach, cooperative attitude, effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Be able to engage in sustained learning through higher studies, professional improvement opportunities and self-directed learning.
  • To develop in-depth technical knowledge and practical skills in the application of broad elements leading to successful engineering standards.
  • To provide training in soft skills, communication, verbal, logical, analytical, comprehension, team building, inter personal relationship, group discussion etc for placement.
  • To impart technical knowledge, ethical values for professional development of the student to solve complex problems and to work in multi disciplinary ambience, whose solutions lead to significant societal benefits.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:

  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.
  • Recognize the need for continuing education, research and professional development. Possess the knowledge and skills for employability and to succeed in national and international level competitive examinations.
  • An ability to communicate effectively.
  • An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibilities.
  • An ability to gain knowledge to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, environmental and societal context.

WORKSHOPS:

S.No. Name of the Coordinator(s) Title of Course Organized by Date
01 Ms. C. Chamundeshwari “Spell Bee” 20.07.2014
02 Ms. S. Shanthi “Spell Bee” 06.09.2012


Details of Faculty visited Industries/Institutes for Guest Lecture
S.No Date Name & Designation of the Faculty Invited by Target Audience No. of students / staff attended
1 22.8.14 C. Chamundeshwari  Paavai Engineering College  Students Soft Skills
2 04.02.15 A HazeeraBanu Bharathiyar Institute of Engineering for Women Students Basic Grammar
3 29.01.2016 S. Shanthi Jayarani Matric Hr. Secondary School Students TOFEL


DETAILS OF GUEST LECTURE ARRANGED
S.No Date Topic Audience Name & Designation of the Guest Name of the Faculty organized
1 18.1.2017 VOCABULARY BUILDING I- Year (all branches) Dr.V.THENMOZHI M.A.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,
Professor, Department of English, Sri Sarada college for women,salem
S.SANTHI, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

DETAILS OF JOURNAL PUBLICATION:

S.No Title of the paper Authors Name of the Journal Vol. / Year Impact Factor
1
Computer language aided teaching C Chamundeeswari Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Science 8/2014
2
Improving Linguistic Skills through Computer Assisted Language Learning C Chamundeeswari Internation journal of applied environmental science 9/2014
Pedagogical approach in designing materials using computer assisted language learning
Internation journal of advanced research in Literature and education 1/2013
3
Margaret Atwood’s Attitude towards Nature with reference to her Poem the City Planners an Eco –Critical Perception A Hazeera Banu IJELL – The Internation Journal of English Language and Literature 2/2014 0.746
4
J. W. Von Goethe’s Eco –Critical view on the poem The Muses Son S. Shanthi IJELL – The Internation Journal of English Language and Literature 2/2014 0.786
Concealed feminism in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye
VEI International Journal of Social Sciences 1/2016 1316
5
Eco Feminism in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing T Ramya IJELL – The Internation Journal of English Language and Literature 2/2014 0.786
6
CONCEALED FEMINISM IN MARGARAT ATWOOD'S A CAT'S EYE S.SANTHI VEI INTERNATIONASL JOURNAL OFSOCIAL SCIENCES Vol - I / 2016
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