Departments-Aided > Department of English

Inception 1967
  • To make students become fluent and confident users of English.
  • To enable the students speak English fluently and communicate effectively.
  • To enable the students to comprehend the nuances of English language.
  • To help students understand the various genres of literature from a multi-cultural perspective.
  • To sensitize students to appreciate and enjoy literature and create in them the ability to empathize with their follow men.
  • To hone the employability skills of the students of English Language and Literature.
Course Offered





Resources & Infrastructure
  • Department Library with 9157 books
  • Books brought under UGC Minor project Grant-1472

Special Equipments

Language Lab

P.G.Development Grants

Minor Projects -10

Shaping the Self through Biographies at the Pre-adolescent and Adolescent stage –An Initiative into Ethics and Human Values

Making William Shakespeare accessible and relevant to the modern generation

Teaching English through Environmental Philosophy in an Online Environment

Developing Reading Skills at the tertiary through Newspapers, Journals and magazines

Enhancing social and Moral Responsibilities in the Young Minds through Short Stories

Shaping the Adolescent Minds into emotionally balanced individuals through Shakespeare's Works

Shaping the Self through Biographies at the Pre-adolescent and Adolescent stage –An Initiative into Ethics and Human Values -Sanctioned

Teaching Listening Skills through Children's Literature

Teaching Composition Writing in Tamil and English using the Rhetorical Structure of Composition of L1 and L2

English Language Teaching for Socially Marginalized under-achievers at the Tertiary Level–An Initiative into Content-Based Instruction

Remedial Teaching in English at the High School Level

Major Projects-2

Developing Communicative Skills among Non-English Medium Students and Economically Weaker Students.

A bilingual computer mediated Teacher Training Program to educate children with cognitive and linguistic learning difficulties in selected schools in the rural areas in the Tiruchirappalli Educational District.

Year Paper Published Paper Presented Books Published
International National International National
2012-17 18 15 18 13  1


Dr. k. Renukadevi Associate Prof. & Head
Ms. R. Thenmozhi Associate Prof.
Ms. R. Shanthini Associate Prof.
Ms. R. Vidhya Associate Prof.
Ms. K. Anitha Assistant Prof./Senr.
Ms. V. Parvathi Meena Assistant Prof./Senr.
Ms. R. Aparna Assistant Prof./Senr.
Ms. R. Vanmathi Assistant Prof./Senr.
Dr. M. Venkateshwari Assistant Prof.
Ms. K. Anuradha Assistant Prof.
Ms. R. Ragini Assistant Prof.
Ms. T. Manjula Assistant Prof.
Ms. A. K. Remi Banu Assistant Prof.
Ms. T. Sindhu Lecturer
Ms. K. Akila Lecturer