Faculty members of rich experience play a pivotal role in molding the department. The Department enfolds a cluster of meticulous faculty members who play a vital role in perking up the language ability and literary knowledge of the students. The Department is well equipped to offer different programs. The Department sprouted with BA Literature in the year 2011 and was upgraded with MA literature in 2019. It has a proud tradition of the highest percentage of passes and members of staff strives to motivate the slow learners of English from rural areas. The need-based programs are provided with the academic environment for the enrichment of students to excel in higher education and Job market around the globe. The Department focuses not only on the curriculum but also brings out their creativity, helps them to overcome stage fear, and develop leadership qualities by organizing functions in the Department. The Department of English specializes in English Literature & ELT and aims to provide necessary communication skill development to graduates who in general get placed in different industrial sectors. The department in recent times has launched ambitious &pragmatic communication skill development courses through activity- bases learning and has put in place necessary curricular changes & classroom practices.

A. English Literature established in the year 2011

B.A. English is a 3-year undergraduate course dealing with the various nuances of English as a language, both written and spoken. It is excellent preparation for careers in teaching, media, and advertising, writing, and publishing.

A. English Literature established in the year 2019

The program aims to introduce a wide range of Literatures in English. In the primary phase, the Master of Arts course has the aim to offer the opportunity for students to be able to respond and read novels of the large spectrum, play and create poetry with associated genres. At a secondary level, the students will be exposed to wider socio-cultural and political issues in relation to contemporary English. This program in English will be serving as an excellent foundation for students who want to do a very deep study.

The M.A. English course provides a strong background in the study of English. This particular program stresses:

  • Diversity
  • Literary Analysis
  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Critical thinking

Through a rigorous curriculum of literature, composition, language and linguistics, and communication studies. Students interested in creative writing may choose this profession.

  • Department Library.
  • E-Journals
  • We are providing Online Courses for students
    • BEC
    • Coursera
    • Swayam
    • NPTEL

Activities (GL, Conference conducted, Placement offers)

Guest Lecture

  1. Interactive skills in English by Mr. Gerard, Director & Trainer Rubric English Training Centre, Coimbatore on 22.03.2019.

2. The dramatic techniques of Oscar Wilde – the Irish person by Mr.S.Aravind, Assistant professor, SNMV Arts and Science College, Coimbatore. on 19.03.2019.

3. The scope of start ups and Fabulous 50’ by Dinesh, Manager-Atal Incubation Center, Rathinam Campus. Coimbatore on 14.12.2018.

4. “Uniformed Services” by Lt. Esan, Training Cdr, Centre for Career in Uniform Science, Coimbatore on 27.12.2018.

5. “Computer Acquaintance” by Mr.Sunil, Head & IT Marketing, Rathinam Group of Institutions, Coimbatore on 18.12.19.

6. Word Relation in the English Language by P.Suresh Postdoctoral Fellow, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore on 09.01.2019.

7. Weed out the Grammatical Mistakes in Communication by Mr.Gowri Shankar,

Trainer, Spoken English Academy, Thudialur, Coimbatore on 20.02.2019.

8. How to answer verbal questions in the UPSC examination by Mahesh Karthick,

Visiting professor, Radian IAS academy on 26.2.2019.

9. How to crack Entrance Examinations by Ms.Brindha, Bharathiar University on 21.02.19.

Conference conducted

1. A one-day state level workshop on “Teaching English Literature through ELT”

Name of the Chief Guest / Resource Persons:

Dr.K. Brindha,
Assistant Professor & Head,
Department of English,
Chikkanna Government Arts College,

Dr.J.Anbazhagan Vijay,
Assistant Professor,
Department of English,
Government College of Technology,

2. Webinar on Gamification Tools for Teachers and E-Learners by Mrs.P.Madhumitha, Assistant Professor& Soft Skills Trainer, Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi on 24.7.202.

3. Webinar on English Intelligence for the future on 15.5.2020


Company Name

1 English Edge – the language Destination – Coimbatore
2 Cognoto Solution – Xperience the Xelence – Coimbatore
3 Bright Star Educational Institution – Coimbatore
4 Vee Technologies – Extraordinary Outcomes – Chennai.
5 Focus Edumatics – Coimbatore
6 TVS Traning and Services – Chennai
7 Vertex – Chennai
8 Infosys – Bangalore
9 Xactus Business Services – Coimbatore
10 Eureka Forbes – Your Friend for Life – Mumbai
11 CADD – Coimbatore
12 SNT Welcare Equipment (P) LTD – Healthy Living – Coimbatore
13 Englab – Speak with Us –Coimbatore
14        Megasoftworld – Innovation Forever – Coimbatore

Student Sports Achievement


1 K. KAVIYA Bharathiar University  – Kabbadi III 2015
2 SARAVANAN.N Bharathiar University  – Football IV 2016
3 VAIGAISELVAN.R.S State Novices Boxing Championship – Boxing III 2018
4 VAIGAISELVAN.R.S Tamilnadu  Boxing Association, Divisional Level Senior Championship held at Dr.RNMKCollege, Erode  – Boxing I Prize 2018

Reliance Foundation Tournament, Open Tournament held at SKCET, Coimbatore –


I Prize 2018
10 Thabharak



National Level Championship (SGDF)  School Games Development Foundation Boxing  Championship- 2019 held at Hariyana

I Prize




12 R.S Vaigaiselvan

District Level Inter-Collegiate Tournament Boxing at held

Kumaraguru college, Saravanampatti

I Prize


13 S. Hariharan

Bharathiar University Inter  Collegiate  Weight lifting Tournament held at

Kongu College Erode

II Place 2019


Sri Suraj

Bharathiar University Inter  Collegiate  Boxing (Men)Tournament held at Kongu College Erode

I Prize


15 R.S Vaigaiselvan National level (SGADF)  School Games & Activity Development Foundation Boxing  Championship- 2019

I Prize



Staff Achievements







Dr. T. Saranya

  • Completed Course in NPTEL on Applied Linguistics.
  • Completed Course in NPTEL on English Literature of the Romantic Period, 1798 – 1832.
  • 25, November – 01, December – Completed Cambridge Assessment English – Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT)
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Assessment in Higher Education
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Bilingual Brain
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Business analytics
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Project management: the basics for success
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Creative thinking
  • Completed Coursera Courses: English for Teaching Purpose
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Food and beverage management
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Grammar in Punctuations
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Presentation Skill
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Psychological first aid
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Successful Presentation
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Translation Quality
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Weight Management
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Works Smarter not Harder
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Writing and Editing




Mr. M. Hariram

  • Completed Course in NPTEL on English Literature of the Romantic Period, 1798 – 1832
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Organize your Pitch
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Business English Skills: How to Navigate Tone, Formality, and Directness in Emails.







Mrs. S. Kavitha

  • National Best Co-ordinator Award from Sri Ram Chandra Mission
  • Completed Course in NPTEL on English Literature of the Romantic Period, 1798 – 1832.
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Grammar in Punctuations
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Assessment in Higher Education
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Presentation skills: Speechwriting and Storytelling
  • Completed Coursera Courses: English for Teaching Purpose
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Assessment in higher education, Professional Development Teachers
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Project Management: The Basics for Success
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Verb Tenses and Passives
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Writing and Editing: Word Choice and Word Order
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Introduction to Psychology









Mrs.Parimala Devi

  • Completed Coursera Courses: Assessment in Higher Education
  • Completed Coursera Courses: English for Teaching Purpose
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Women Leadership: Inspiring Positive Change.
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Assessment in higher education, Professional Development Teachers
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Writing Professionals email @ memos
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Better business writing in English
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Take your English Communication skills to the next level
  • Completed Coursera Courses: Telephone Language.






D. Shree Samyuktha

  • Compiled a VIII grade English textbook “Amaranthine” as a part of academics
  • Co-curricular activities in Literary and Debating Association
  • Community service in 105 Rapid Action Force
  • Interned as a Content writer in an online blog Jungli Donkey
  • Interned as an English language trainer in SLNM school
  • Completed Coursera Courses: English for Teaching Purpose


Qualification M.A., Ph.D.
Experience 11 Years
Specialization Linguistics
Designation Head of the Department
official Email ID [email protected]
Papers Handled
  • Phonetics
  • English Language Teaching
  • Research Methodology.
  • Academic Writing
  • Prose
  • New Literature
  • Indian Writing in English
  • English for Communication
  • News Paper Reporting & Editing
  • Journalism


Qualification M.A., M.Phil.
Experience 10 Years.
Specialization British Literature
Designation Assistant Professor
official Email ID [email protected]



Papers Handled

  • British Poetry
  • Social History of England
  • History of English Literature
  • Literary Criticism
  • American Literature
  • Common Wealth Literature
  • Literary Forms
  • General English
  • Fiction
  • Creative Writing


Qualification M.A.,M.Phil.
Experience 3.5 Years
Specialization Drama
Designation Assistant Professor
official Email ID [email protected]




Papers Handled

  • Drama
  • General English
  • Prose
  • Journalism
  • ELT
  • Phonetics
  • Literature and Theater Studies
  • Shakespeare
  • Green Studies
  • British Literature
  • The English Language
  • Art of Public Speaking
  • Grammar for Communication

Ms.V. Parimaladevi

Qualification M.A., M.Phil.
Experience 9 Years
Specialization Indian Writing in English
Designation Assistant Professor
official Email ID [email protected]



Papers Handled

  • Communicative English,
  • English for Commerce,
  • General English
  • Shakespeare – I,
  • British Literature,
  • A Survey of British Literature,
  • Technical English,
  • Communication & Life Skills
  • Life and Employability Skills

Ms. D. Shree Samyukatha

Qualification M. A.
Experience Fresher
Specialization Poetry
Designation Assistant Professor
official Email ID [email protected]
Papers Handled
  • Victorian Age
  • American Literature
  • Elizabethan Age

List of Publications

  • T. Saranya. The importance of historical context in Analysis and Interpretation of the scarlet letter, IJELLH (Serial no. – 43979) ISSN – 2321-7065 – Madura college, Madurai.2019
  • T. Saranya. “Tracing the modern: identity, culture, and politics in literature. “Exploring new trends and technologies in English language teaching- ISBN-978-81-944724-1-4- 2020.
  • T. Saranya. “Role of A Teacher in English Language Teaching for Second Language Learner” IJMER – 2277-7881. 2020
  • T. Saranya. Role of optimistic skepticism in Shakespearean plays – ISSN No.- 2231-3990.2020.
  • Hariram, “Livsglede” with respect to Postmodern Perusal in Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts. Impack Journals Vol.6, (ISSN(P): 2347-4564; ISSN (E):2321-8878. 2018.
  • Parimaladevi, “The Binding Vine”. Tathapi. Vol 19,1, ISSN 2320-0693.2020.
  • Samyuktha, D.Shree. Cultural Conflict in Amulya Malladi’s Mango Season. Re-Mapping Identity, Culture, and History through Literature. ISBN 978-93-87844-17-9: 240-242. 2019
  • Samyuktha, D.Shree. Violence Against Dalit Society Portrayed in The Gypsy Goddess by Meena Kandasamy. Fission and Fusion of English and Tamil Literatures. ISBN 978-93-83191-35-2: 11-12. 2019
  • Samyuktha, D.Shree. Identity Crisis and the Struggle for the Liberation of Women in Annie Louisa Walker’s Women’s Rights. International Journal of English Language, Literature, and Translation Studies. ISSN 2349-9451/ 2395-2628 Vol 5.S1: 204-205. 2018
  • S. Kavitha. Marriage as Multifaceted Life in Anita Desai’s Cry the Peacock Alachona Chakra. ISSN/ISBN NO 2321-3990. 2020.
  • S. Kavitha. Psychotic Cruelty in Edgar Allan Poe’s Telltale Heart and The Black cat. ROOTS. ISSN/ISBN NO 2349-8684.2018
  • S. Kavitha. The Role of Victorian Women and Standing in Jane Eyre. International. ISSN/ISBN NO 2394-9333. 2017
  • S. Kavitha. Effective classroom teaching. International. ISSN/ISBN NO. 2017
  • S. Kavitha. Man vs Nature an Ecocritical view in The Hungry Tide. International. ISSN/ISBN NO 2321-7065. 2019