ABOUT: The department of English came in to existence in the year 1890 and in 1948 they started Post Graduate classes. The main focus is growing the communicative skills of the students and imparting value-based education to them so that they excel in all fields after passing out from the college.

The Department of English is renowned for its academic excellence and commitment towards fostering a deep appreciation for literature and language. It offers a comprehensive program that includes English Communication Skills classes, English Literature classes, Honours School at Bachelor’s level and MA English program.

The Honours School program is designed to provide students with a rigorous and in-depth study of English literature and language. It covers a wide range of topics, from classic literature to contemporary literary theory, ensuring that students gain a strong foundation in the field.

For those seeking to pursue advanced studies in English, the department also offers a Master of Arts (MA) program. This program allows students to delve even deeper into their chosen areas of interest within English literature and language.

The department prides itself on its dedicated faculty, who are not only experts in their respective fields but also passionate educators. They create a supportive learning environment, encouraging critical thinking and fostering a love for literature.

Furthermore, the department frequently hosts seminars, workshops, and literary events, providing students with opportunities to engage with renowned scholars and authors. It’s a vibrant academic community where students can explore the world of English literature and language to its fullest.


Academic Programmes Offered (UG/PG):


At the UG level the college offers:

  1. Compulsory English Subject
  2. Elective English Subject
  3. Honours School in English

Programme Outcomes for the Bachelor Level courses:

  1. Strong Writing and Communication Skills: Graduates typically have a high level of proficiency in written and verbal communication.
  2. Critical Thinking: English programs often emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills, helping students to analyze and interpret complex texts and ideas.
  3. Literary Analysis: Graduates have a deep understanding of literature, its historical context, and various literary genres.
  4. Research Skills: Many English programs require research, which equips students with the ability to gather and evaluate information effectively.
  5. Cultural Awareness: Students often gain insights into different cultures, historical periods, and societal issues through the study of literature.
  6. Interdisciplinary Knowledge: Some programs encourage interdisciplinary studies, allowing students to incorporate elements of history, philosophy, psychology, or other fields into their research.
  7. Adaptability: Graduates are often adaptable and versatile, as the skills developed in an English program can be applied to various careers and industries.
  8. Writing Proficiency: Graduates can produce well-structured, persuasive, and creative written work.


At the PG level, the Programme outcomes may be described as:

  1. Advanced Literary Analysis: Graduates can conduct in-depth analysis of literary works, exploring themes, styles, and historical contexts with a high level of sophistication.
  2. Research Expertise: Students develop advanced research skills, enabling them to contribute to the field of literary studies through original research projects and scholarly writing.
  3. Critical Theory: Graduates are well-versed in various literary theories and critical approaches, allowing them to engage in scholarly debates and discussions.
  4. Language Proficiency: Mastery of the English language, including its grammar, syntax, and semantics, is typically expected, as graduates may go on to teach or write professionally.
  5. Specialization: Students often have the opportunity to specialise in a particular area of literature or language, such as American literature, British literature, comparative literature, phonetics, linguistics, or creative writing.
  6. Publication Skills: Graduates may gain experience in academic publishing, which can be valuable for those pursuing careers in academia.
  7. Oral Presentation Skills: Developing the ability to present research findings effectively in academic conferences and seminars is often emphasized.
  8. Cultural and Global Awareness: Understanding the global and cultural dimensions of literature and language is typically an integral part of the program.
  9. Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: Advanced critical thinking skills are honed through analysing complex literary and linguistic issues.
  10. Preparation for Doctoral Studies: For those considering a PhD or further academic pursuits, the program can serve as a strong foundation for advanced research and teaching roles.


Total seats

BA Honours School in English- 50

MA English- 40

Communication Skills is for all students admitted in the college in UG programmes

English Literature – 120 seats


Activity Report will fall under English Literary Society

Faculty profile:

Name Designation
Mrs. Loveleen Parmar Assistant Professor
Mr. Amrit Samra Assistant Professor
Dr. S B Sharma Assistant Professor
Ms. Kamaljeet (Part-Time) Assistant Professor
Ms. Monika Goyal (Part-Time) Assistant Professor
Ms. Kamaljot Kaur (PTA)
(Guest Faculty)
Assistant Professor
Ms. Vandna Mittal (PTA)
(Guest Faculty)
Assistant Professor
Ms. Kamaldeep Kaur (PTA)
(Guest Faculty)
Assistant Professor
Ms. Amandeep Kaur (PTA)
(Guest Faculty)
Assistant Professor
Ms. Geeta (PTA)
(Guest Faculty)
Assistant Professor
Mr. Satinderjit Singh (SF) Assistant Professor
Ms. Arshdeep Kaur (SF) Assistant Professor
Mr. Karan Sharma (SF) Assistant Professor