Ph.D : Translation as Afterlife: A Study of Marathi Theatre from 1860 to 1912.
M.Phil : Translation an Act of Interpretation, A Comparative Study of Kosla and Cocoon.
Visiting Faculty for M.A in English : IDOL- Distance Learning Centre, University of Mumbai, Department of English, S.N.D.T Women’s University, Mumbai.
• Translation Studies
• Archival Research of Literature
• Colonial Marathi Theatre
• William Shakespeare
• Western Feminism
• Marathi Literature
• Dalit Literature and Translation
English, being a lingua franca of the world, spoken by 1452 million native and non-native speakers of the world, is a global means of inter-community communication. With hundreds of millions of people around the world using English daily, it is undoubtedly one of the most important global languages. In virtually every country, it is an essential part of academics, business, research, commerce, technology, politics, news, and many other fields in which the exchange of ideas is essential.
The department was started in 1958 which offers English CC (Lower Level) to B.A. I, II and III (Hindi Medium) students. It offers English CC (Higher Level) to B.Com I, II and III (English Medium) students. Only compulsory component English courses are offered at Degree College with the intention of enhancing the language skills of the students. Language and communication skills are indispensable tools that help students to communicate, to exchange thoughts, ideas, and emotions with others. The faculty works hard to improve students’ employability skills, communication skills and English language by conducting ‘English for Career Advancement’ Add-on Certificate Course and ‘Spoken English and Communication Skills’ crash course which includes activities like job-search, interviews, preparing resumes and covering letters, networking for a job, grammar, communication practice through dialogues, English movie screenings, language games, group discussions, and so on.
B.A: Core Component English Course (Non-English Medium)
B.Com: Core Component English Course (English Medium)
|Sr. No.||B.A (Non-English Medium)||B.Com (English Medium)|
|1||B.A I, SEM I, CC English (L.L), Paper I, ‘Starting with English’, 155101||B.Com I, SEM I, CC English (H.L), Paper I, 110101|
|2||B.A I, SEM II, CC English (L.L), Paper II, ‘Exploring English’, 255201||B.Com I, SEM II, CC English (H.L), Paper II, 210201|
|3||B.A II, SEM III, CC English (L.L), Paper III, ‘Using English Effectively’, 355301||B.Com II, SEM III, CC English (H.L), Paper III, 310301|
|4||B.A II, SEM IV, CC English (L.L), Paper IV, ‘Advancing with English’, 455401||B.Com II, SEM IV, CC English (H.L), Paper IV, 410401|
|5||B.A III, SEM V, CC English (L.L), Paper V, ‘English for Empowerment’, 555501||B.Com III, SEM V, CC English (H.L), Paper V, 510501|
|6||B.A III, SEM VI, CC English (L.L), Paper VI, ‘English for Success’, 655601||B.Com III, SEM VI, CC English (H.L), Paper VI, 610601|