Department of English

                                          Department of English

1.      Name of the Department:  English

2.      Year of Establishment:  June 1962

3.      Names of programmes offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., D.Sc.          D.Utt., etc.) :- UG.

4.      Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: NIL

5.      Examination System: Annual/Semester (Trimester Choice Based Credit) System: Semester

6.      Participation of The department in the courses offered by other department:  NIL

7.      Courses in collaboration with other universities industries foreign industries: - None

8.      Details of the courses/ programee discontinued (if any):- None

9.      Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual:

 

 Sanctioned

Filled

Associate Professor

02

02

Assistant Professor

02

02

Asst.Professors –C.H.B.

01

01

Assi.Professors C.H.B. (Non-Grant)

01

01

 

10.  Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and research under guidance.

Sr No

 

Name

Qualification

Designati-on

 

Specialization

 

Exp.

in yrs

No, of Ph.D.

Student-s Guided for last 4 yrs.

 

1

Mrs.ShailajaA.Changundi

M.A. D.H.E.

HOD &

Asso. Prof

 

English literature

32

 

 

 2

 

Dr. S.I.Noorani

M.A.  M.Phil.

Ph.D. M.B.A.

Asso. Prof

 

Indian English /British Literature

30

 

Ph.D.-02,

06 ongoing

M.Phil.-01

3

Mrs. Sunita J.Velhal

M.A. M.Phil.

Assit. Prof.

 

English Language

25

 

3

Dr. D.G. Ghodake

M.A.

M.Ed.

LL.M.    M.B.A.  Ph.D.

Assit. Prof.

American

Literature

7

 

 

4

Miss. A. B. Nandgave

M.A. M.Phil.

Assit. Prof. (C.H.B)

English Language

9

 

5

Mrs. Hemangi S. Wader

M.A.

B.Ed. M.Phil.

Assit. Prof. (C.H.B)

English Literature

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.    List of senior visitng faculty:-  NIL

12.    Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty –   

B. A. B.Com. B.Sc.: 20.83 %

13.    Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio (2015-16):---

Sr.No

Class

No. of Students

No. of Faculty

Ratio

1

B.Com I

379

04

94.75:1

2

B.Com II

265

03

88:1

3

B.A.I

368

03

122.66:1

4

B.A.II

256

03

85.33:1

5

B.A.III

369

06

61.5:1

6

B. Sc. I

376

03

125.33:1

7

B. Sc.III

280

02

140:1

8

B.A.III

(Spl.)

41

04

10.25:1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.    Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff sacnctioned filled and actual: - Nil

15.    Qualifications of teaching Faculty with Ph.D./ M.Phil./PG:

         Faculty with Ph. D, -02, Facultywith M.Phil.-03, Faculty with P.G. – 01

16.    Number of faculty with on-going projects from--------------

            a. National funding agency:- None

            b. Completed:- 02 Minor research projects completed

            Total Grant Received Rs. 1,40,000/-

17.    Department projects funded by DST-FST; UGC DBT, ICSSR and total grants received: - None

18.    Research centre/ faculty recognized by the university:- Nil

19.    Publications:

   Number of papers published in peer reviewed journal (National / International) ---

Sr. No

Faculty Name

No of paper published

1

Mrs. Changundi S.A.

20

2

Dr. Noorani S.I.

06

3

Mrs. Velhal S.J.

07

4

Dr. Ghodake D.G.

02

20.    Areas of consultancy and income generated- ---------------

21.    Faculty as members in:-

           Editorial Boards----Yes.

22.    Student projects

   a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects—Yes B.A.III 100% , (All Students)

23.    Awards /recognitions received at the National and International level by faculty and students

            A) Faculty :- Nil

             B) Students:----

1) Miss Dhansharee Datar participated in various State, national and international Competitions& received 11th rank in  International Yoga competition at Jind in Harayana.

          2)  Shri. Milind Mhatugade won third prize for biographical article in shivaji university  college annual magazine competition.

24.    List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:

Academicians

     1. Dr. Ashok Thorat, an International Scholar in Pragmatics

     2. Prin. Dr. M.A. Shaikh, Senior Academician 

     3. Dr. Sabita Tripathi, Senior Academician 

     4. Prin. Dr. A.B. Patil, Creative Writer in English

     5. Mr. Krishnat Khot,  Creative Writer in Marathi

     6. Dr. Nalini Ramaswami, Academician

     7. Prin. Dr. Ashok Karande, Joint Secretary, Shri Swami Vivekanand Shikshan Sanatha, Kolhapur

     8. Prin. Dr. A.G. Joshi, Former Dean, Faculty of  Arts & Fine Arts, Shivaji  University, Kolhapur.

     9. Dr. Ashutosh Jawadekar  (Pune), Creative Writer

    10. Dr. M.L. Jadhav, H.O.D. (English) S.U. kop.

    11. Prin. Dr. V.S. Nanaware (Phaltan),  Academician 

    12. Prof. Dr. P.S. Patil, Former H.O.D. (Hindi) S.U. kop.

    13. Dr. B.D. Patil, Academician (Hindi)

    14. Mr. Y.S.Kalamkar, Expert in Material Production

    15. Prin. Dr.N.V. Nalawade,  New College, Kop.

    16. Prin. Dr. P.R. Shewale, D.D. Shinde Sarkar College, Kop.

    17. Dr. A.M. Sarwade, Dept.  of English,  S.U. kop.

    18. Dr. P.B. Mane, Dept. of English, S.U. kop.

    19. Mr. Prasad Kulkarni, Creative Writer& President, Samajwadi Prabodhini,  Ichalkaranji.

    20. Dr. Sapana Awade, Administrator, D. K. T. E. Ichalkaranji

    21. Prof. Dr. S. B. Gokhale, Former Head, Dept. of English, University of Pune 

    22. Dr. S. R. Sawant, Critic & Writer, Wai

    23. Dr. P. V. Ghorpade, Academician, Islampur

    24. Dr. R. P. Lokhande, Academician, Kolhapur

    25. Prof. S. V. Naik, Former Head, Dept. Of English, Ichalkaranji

    26. Prin. Dr. D. R. More, Academician, Shahaji College, Kolhapur,

    27. Dr. J. A. Shinde, Former Head, Dept. of English, Kolhapur

25. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding  (national\international)               with details of outstanding participants, if any.

        1. A National Conference on ‘Man Booker Prize Winners and their Works ’—Funded by   U.G.C.  Rs. 1,06,000/-

        2. A National Workshop on ‘Creative Writing in English’--- Funded by U.G.C. Rs. 1,10,000/               

26.    Student profile programme course-wise:

Name of the course & Year

Application Received

 No of students Enrolled

Pass Percentage %

 

 

Sancationed

Female

Male

 

B.A. III(Spl.) 2015-16

 41

41

29

12

69.44

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.    Diversity of Students -2015-16

Name of the Course

% of Students from Same State

% of Students from other State

%of Students from Abroad

B. A.

100

___  

___

B. Com.

95

05

____

B. Sc.

95

05

____

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.    How many students have cleared national and state competitive  and Defence Services examinations, such as NET, SET, GATE civil  services defense services etc.

NET & SET: - 01

SET: - 03

29.    Student progression-2015-16

Student Progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

30%

Employed

10%

Entrepreneurship/Self Employment

27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30.    Infrastructural facilitities

(a) Library -----Central (Common) Library.

(b) Internet facilities for staff and students available at IT and central library

(c)  Class rooms with ICT facility-01= Common ICT –Auditorium & (I.T.Lab.).

(d) Laboratories:- -interactive language laboratory.

31.    Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies:

2015-16:  25 out of 41 Students of B.A.III Spl Students from socially and economically under privileged groups are getting scholarship/freeship from state Government

32.    Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts.

For the enrichment of students special /guest lecturers of the external experts/ resource persons and seminars/ workshops are organized as the departmental activities.    

33.    Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

1)  Lecture Method.

2) Teaching with ICT.

3) Group Discussion.

4) Collection of Data from Internet.

5) Seminars, Projects, dramatization, Field Visits: Library, Church visits.

6) Film Screening

34.    Participation in institutional social responsibility (ISR) and extension activities:

      A) Students:-

N. S. S.  wCleanliness Campaign w Blood Donation Camp wRallies wFund raising Drives wSports Cultural programme wLead College Workshops.

      B) Faculty

    Internal complaint committee w Women Empowerment Cell w NSS Committee. wDiscipline Committee wPlacement and Guidance Cell wYouthe Festival w Lirerary Association w Blood Donaiton

The department organized two day national seminar in association with Samajwadi Prabodhini as a knowledge partner.

35.    SWOC analysis and future plans of the department

            Strengths:-

  1. 02 Faculties with Ph.D. engaged in active research
  2. 02 Faculties pursuing Ph.D. and active in research work
  3. 02 Faculties completed Minor Research Projects
  4. Organization of National Conference,and National workshop
  5. Publication of 35 research papers in the National and International research journals
  6. Interactive language laboratory.

   Weaknesses:-

  1. No PG programme
  2. No interdisciplinary programme.
  3. No International seminar/conference

   Opportunities:-

  1. To introduce Short term courses on soft skills, and creative writing.
  2. To develop a programme of speaking and writing in English .
  3. To start activities to enhance language competence.
  4. To start PG course.

  Challenges:-

  1.  To organize international seminar/conference.
  2.  To make students competent to use correct and fluent English
  3.  Increase Use of ICT
  4. To initiate collaborative & interdisciplinary activities.

  Future plan of the department:

  1. To introduce certificate course in spoken English
  2. To start a short term course in business English
  3. To start PG programme.
  4. To introduce a short term course in Translation
  5. To organize an International Seminar