• Department of English & Communication Skill

    Department of English was established during the academic session 1998-99. Under the department Compulsory English and English Literature subjects are taught to the Bachelor of Arts Students. Beside, ‘English and Communication Skills’ and ‘Compulsory English’ are also taught to B.Sc-I (Home Science) and B.Sc.-I (Science) faculties respectively. The department also runs Certificate Course in Communicative English for the aspiring students. For the purpose state of the art Language Laboratory has been set up and students are reaping benefits to improve their communicative skill in English.

Teaching Staff:
Sr. Name Qualification Designation
1. Mr. Girish Kawale

M.A., M.Phil (English)

Assistant Professor
2. Mr. Purushottam Gajbhiye

M.A. (English) (NET, JRF)

Assistant Professor
Research Areas:
Research Faculty Research Area Title of the Research
Mr. Girish Kawale Ph.D Kiran Nagarkar: A Study of Themes and Techniques
M.Phil Study of Multiculturism and Parsee Diaspora in Bapsi Sidhwa’s ‘Ice Candyman and American Brat’.
Research Projects:
SR Title of the Projects Funding Agency Principal Investigator/Co-Investigator
1 Influence of Buddhism on Jack Kerouac’s ‘The Dharma Bums and Some of the Dharma’ UGC Mr. Purushottam Gajbhiye
Research Papers:
Research Faculty Title of the Research Paper
Mr. Girish Kawale Games: An Innovative Ways To Teach And Learn English Language
‘Cultural Conflict in Heterogeneous World of Kiran Nagarkar’s Ravan & Eddie’
‘Building a Good Supervised Learning Environment in Large Classes’
English Studies and The Jobs in Media
Impact of Regional Sensibility in the Translated Work of Kiran Nagarkar
Cutural Identity in the Indian English Literature
Shattered Homogeneous Cultural Fabric Of Modern India
Innovative Teaching Practices to Improve Student’s Presence in Classes
Mr. Purushottam Gajbhiye Multimedia : Innovative Spirit to English Language Teaching
Vulnerable Groups with special reference to Scheduled Castes : Problems, Remedies and the Constitution of India
Games : An innovative way to teach and learn English Language
Rethinking Subjectivity in the Postmodern Era and Literature
Audio-Visual Aids : A Creative way of Teaching English Language Skills.
Theoretical Reflections on the Postcolonial Translation Studies
  • Workshops/Seminars Organized in last five years:

    Inter-disciplinary Seminar ‘Significance of language and social science in the age of Information Technology’ held at Hotel Centre Point, Ramdaspeth, Nagpur on 4th September, 2015.

Guest Lectures since 2011-16:
Sr. Name of the Guest Lecturer / Address Topic Date
1. Dr. Swapnil Dhahat Developing Communication Skill in English 30, July 2015
2. Dr. D. V. Naik Significance of English Language in the age of Globalization 11, Sept 2015
  • Highlights of Department:
    • Qualified staff
    • State of the art Language Laboratory
    • Organizes guest lecturers for students.
    • Organized Inter-disciplinary National Seminar.
  • Contact:

    Mr. Girish S Kawale
    Head, Department of English
    Sevadal Mahaila Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur.
    Mob- 9822726052