Department of English
The Department of English of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Sub-centre Osmanabad was commenced from the academic year 2004. initially Prof. F. A. Siddiqui, Head, Department of English, R. P. College, Osmanabad was appointed as Incharge Proffessor of the Department. Three Lecturers- Shri. A. B. Indalkar, Dr. R. B. Chougule & Shri. D. P. Deolkar were appointed on contributory basis in the same year. Annual pattern of examination was followed in the first two years. In the next year, i. e. during the academic year 2005, two lecturers were appointed on full time regular basis. These two lecturers are Dr. R. B. Chougule and Prof. G. D. Kokne. Among these two lecturers, Dr. R. B. Chougule was appointed as Head, Department of English for two years - Oct. 2005 to Oct. 2007. The Department of English has been given academic flexibility. Consequently, the Department of English has been following semester pattern examination from the academic year 2005.
The vision of the department is to provide quality oriented teaching that may bring out the potentiality of the students. The Department takes dedicated efforts to forge a holistic educational growth introducing innovative teaching and learning models, with a strong base of scientific research methods at all levels through organisation of research festivals, as well as a strong and mature balance between modernization and traditional values by sensitizing teachers and students towards a more human approach through the inculcation of ethical and moral values and offering a robust support system, to inspire the youth for strengthening democracy.
- To enhance and procure the qualitative literary knowledge
- To enhance the knowledge regarding human relationships.
- To mould and groom the environment with global requirements.
- To build the character of dynamism, professionalism, accuracy and timeliness with the assistance of members.
- To enhance the understanding of borderless culture
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Outcome Based Education Syllabus
COURSE CONTENTS AND COURSE COORDINATORS
Intake : 140 Students
Semester/ Annual - Pattern of course Semester or Annual: Semester Pattern
Duration- Total No. of Years/ Months to complete the course: 02 Years
Open Category: 1331/-
Reserve Category: 331/-
Pattern- Revised (2016)
|Sr.No. ||Name of Faculty ||Research Areas |
|1 ||Dr. R. B. Chougule ||1. Indian English Literature 2. Comparative Studies 3. Colonial and Post-colonial Literature 4. British Literature 5. New Literatures 6. Science Fiction 7. Cultural Studies |
|2 ||Dr. G. D. Kokane ||1. Critical Theory 2. British Literature |
Dr. R. B. Chougule
- Reflection on the Rasas in GirishKarnad Naga-Mandala , Journal of Languages, Vol. XXXIII (A), Dr. BAMU, Aurangabad, 2005,Pages-63-66, Sole Author, Peer Reviewed
- R. Parthasarathy Rough Passage: A Postcolonial Study,Hindustani Innovator- National Level Journal, Vol. II, No. 1. Jan. 2006, Pages-64-72 , Sole Author,Peer Reviewed
- Immigrant Experience in Rahul Varma Selected Plays, Literary Endeavour National Level Journal, Vol. I, No. 1; ISSN 0976-299X, April 2010,Pages-68-79 Co-Author, Peer Reviewed
- Cyberpunk as a Science Fiction, Literary Endeavour - National Level Journal, Vol. I, No. 3; ISSN 0976-299X, Oct. 2010, Pages- 90-98, Sole Author, Peer Reviewed.
- William Gibson Neuromancer: A Postmodern Science Fiction, Thematics- International Level Journal Vol. 2 ISSN 0975-8313, Jan. 2011,Pages: 68-71, Sole Author, Peer Reviewed .
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Dr. G. D. Kokane
|Sr.No. ||Title with Page Nos. ||Journal / book ||ISSN/ ISBN No. |
|1 ||Public Welfare and Private University Page 83 ||Higher Education: Challenges and Security ||978-81-920972-8-2 |
|2 ||Relevance of Ecofeminist Literary Criticism 55-57 ||Literary Endeavour ||0976-299X |
|3 ||Portrayal of Palestinian People’s Preoccupations and Aspirations in Ibrahim Nasrallah’s Time of White Horses Page no. 50-52 ||Literary Endeavour ||0976-299X |
|4 ||Remedies over the Problem of Teaching and Learning English to the Rural Students in India Page no 169-175 ||Recent Trends in English Language Teaching ||978-93-85012-00-6 |
|5 ||Ecocriticism: Representation of Nature in Literature Page no. 16 to 21 ||Current Perspectives in English Literature ||978-93-5158-577-0 |
REMEDIES OVER THE PROBLEM OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH TO THE RURAL STUDENTS IN INDIA
Author - Dr. G. D. Kokane
Abstract - Students in rural India possess immense hidden potentialities like the urban students. They do not lag behind in any manner as compared to the students living in urban areas. The difference is in the availability of quality education. Good teachers create good students. Teacher training is an important part of education process. Government should implement appropriate measures to provide quality education in villages. Education is the prerequisite for life of dignity and standard. Students from the rural background face obstacle of low confidence which results in poor performance of the students.
Reflection of Effects of Economic Policies in Roger Hall’s Plays
Author - Dr. Govind Digambar Kokane
Abstract - Roger Hall is commercially most successful playwright in New Zealand. Hall examines suburban life in the context of share market boom and subsequent collapse of share market. He criticizes western economic system and the middle class greed for money. He has described the effects of share market on the middle class families in New Zealand. Implementation of New Right market driven policies Government cut in spending on public welfare and development programmes. Economies were made open for the global market.
- Classroom equipped with Power Point Projector
- Language Resource Centre/Computer vision laboratory
- Department Library
- Classrooms: Two classrooms
- Computer Laboratory: Well equipped and well furnished Laboratory
- Internet Facilities for both faculties and students
- Smart Board and Power Point Presentation
- Separate cabins for faculties
- Xerox facility centre
- Department Library
Call for applications
First week of May
Last Date for Online Registration
Third week of May
Last Date for Hard copy submission
3 days after last date of online registration
Date of Entrance Test, GD & PI
3-4 days after last date of hard copy submission
Display of first list of provisionally selected candidates
First week of June
Display of second list of selected candidates
second week of June
Spot Admission if seats are available
fourth week of June
Commencement of teaching
First week of July
Department of English
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Sub campus Osmanabad Aurangabad, Pincode - 431 004
Head : 91-240-2403341
Office : 91-240-2403340
Fax : 91-240-24033