Department of English


Year of Establishment

The Department of English was established in 1966. The department is devoted to teaching GSG students how to read, write and speak English, an essential skill in today’s interconnected society.  In addition to the programmes studying the English language, the Department also has a three-year degree in English literature.
 

Programmes

UG:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Science (only for B.Sc. I)
  • Bachelor of Computer Application (only for B.C.A. I)

 

Faculty


Ms. K. D. Bompilwar
Head of Department & Assistant Professor
M.A. Eng., NET, PGCTE
Experience: 9 years
Area of Research: Indian English Literature
Mobile No.: 919421893225
bompilwar@gsgcollege.edu.in

 


Mr. S. S. Pachkudke
Assistant Professor
M.A. Eng., NET, SET., B.Ed. 
Experience: 2 years
Area of Research: American Literature
Mobile No.: 919637904272
pachkudke@gsgcollege.edu.in


Facilities

The Department has a language laboratory to better develop student’s ability to speak English. The lab has 6 audio units for students and a teacher’s console. Additionally, the department has 10 computers to further students’ education.


Other facilities: 

  • Wi-Fi Hub
  • Computer system
  • USB
  • Printer/scanner/Xerox


Core Courses
 

Class

Subject

Title

B.Sc.-I

Semester-I

Realms of Gold

Semester-II

Realms of Gold

B.A. I

B.A. II

Annual Pattern

Fast-Track I

Intermediate English Grammar

Annual Pattern

Fast-Track II

Intermediate English Grammar

B.A. III

Annual Pattern

Bliss of Solitude

B.Com. I

Annual Pattern

Rays of Letter

Synergy

B.Com. II

Annual Pattern

Easy English

Synergy

B.Com. III

Annual Pattern

Fragrant Aspirant

B.C.A. I

Semester I

 

Communication Skill

Semester II

 

Communication Skill

 

Research

Papers in Conference Proceedings: K.D. Bompilwar

  1.  

Contextualizing Literature: Teaching and Learning

Contextualizing Literature: Teaching and Learning

SSSKR Inani College, Karanja Lad

National Seminar

  1.  

Dr. Ambedkar and Gender Equality

Role of Social reformers in women’s empowerment

V.M.V. Amravati

National Seminar

  1.  

An Overview of Human Rights of Dalit Women

Human Rights education

P. D. Jain Arts College, Ansing

National seminar

  1.  

Dalit Women Poetry: A Voice of Internal Colonised

Rethinking Post- Colonialism

Bahirji Smarak College, Basmatnagar

National Seminar

 

Research Papers published in a Journal: K. D. Bompilwar

Sr. No

Title of the paper

Name of the Journal/ Book

ISSN/ISBN

Status/

No. of Co-Authors

01

“Dalit Literature: A Journey from Literature of Protest to the Literature of Excellence” P. No. 73-76

“Literary Endeavour”

0976-299x

International peer reviewed journal

01

02

“Post Modern Women Writings and Feminism” P.no- 239-240

“Recent Trends in commonwealth literature” Ed.by- Dr. Kargaji, Kanpur

978-93-80913-10-0

Book

01

03

“Violation of Human Rights and the Consequent Theme of in Dalit Literature” P. No- 122-128

“Historical Review of Human Rights: Aims and Achievements” ed. By- Dr. Ingle. Nanded

978-93-80393-19-3

Book

01

04

Development of four Language Skills: Essential in English

Navjyot- Interdisciplinary International

ISSN-2227-8063

International Journal

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05

Feminism in India: A Contextual Approach

New Voices. Vol. III, Issue. VII

ISSN. 2231-3249

Peer Reviewed International Journal

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06

Teaching text at University Level

The Context. Vol. II, Issue II

ISSN. 2349-4948

Peer Reviewed International Journal

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