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ಶ್ರೀ. ಶೀವಯೋಗಿ ಮುರುಘೇಂದ್ರ ಸ್ವಾಮೀಜಿ ಕಲಾ, ವಿಜ್ಞಾನ ಹಾಗೂ ವಾಣಿಜ್ಯ ಮಹಾವಿದ್ಯಾಲಯ, ಅಥಣಿ - ೫೯೧೩೦೪

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Shri Shivayogi Murughendra Swamiji Arts, Science & Commerce College, Athani - 591304

Accredited at "B++" level by NAAC WITH CGPE 2.80
Affiliated to Rani Channamma University, Belagavi, Karnataka, India


DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

ABOUT US:

The English department of Shri Shivayogi Murughendra Swamiji Arts, Science and Commerce College is as old as the college. The department was established in the year 1968, and has completed five decades of academic pursuit. The former members of the faculty are undoubtedly the architects of the department.The English department of Shri Shivayogi Murughendra Swamiji Arts, Science and Commerce College is as old as the college. The department was established in the year 1968, and has completed five decades of academic pursuit. The former members of the faculty are undoubtedly the architects of the department.

VISION:

To impart a multicultural and multilingual dimension to study the global language and its literature.

MISSION:

To promote the study of worldwide literature and extend the understanding of how the English language is intertwined with the various cultures.

OBJECTIVES:

Our goals in teaching are to enable our students to read well, to write well, and to think well, and to provide them with appropriate knowledge in the discipline of English language and literature. More specifically, we aim to graduate students who have:

• The reading skills to examine literature from multiple eras, cultures, and genres with critical understanding;

• The ability to express themselves clearly and comprehensively, orally and in writing;

• Research skills which enable them to expand, from a variety of perspectives, their own readings of literature and understanding of language;

• An appropriate knowledge of relevant fields within the discipline, including literature; literary history, criticism, and theory; the language structures of modern English and the history of the English language;

• An enhanced appreciation and enjoyment of literature and language.

OUTCOME:

  • Reading. Students will interpret texts with attention to ambiguity, complexity, and aesthetic value.
  • Writing Process. Students will practice a deliberate writing process with emphasis on inquiry, audience, research, and revision.
  • Genre and Rhetorical Situation. Students will evaluate genres of writing and write in appropriate genres and modes for a variety of purposes and audiences.
  • Culture, History, and Power. Students will read diverse texts within their historical and cultural contexts, developing a critical understanding of how literature can both uphold and resist existing structures of power.
  • Critical Approaches. Students will deploy ideas from works of criticism and theory in their own reading and writing.
  • Research. Students will identify topics and formulate questions, identify appropriate methods and sources for research, and engage ethically with sources.
  • Oral Communication. Students will participate in critical conversations and prepare, organize, and deliver their work to the public.

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Shri. Imran Mulla Shri. M. M. Sutar Miss. S. A. Chimane
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