Vision

The Department of English, through its time relevant pedagogy and commitment to excellence, aims to become a national leader in classroom pedagogy, scholarly research both in the fields of literature and language, and service to the profession and the community.

 

Mission

To realize the vision, we aim to

  • Enable the students to explore the relationship between linguistic structure and its literary heritage and how language operates in both society and literature.
  • Inculcate moral, intellectual and ethical values much needed for both their social, professional lives.
  • Develop the theoretical tools that will enable students to analyze and interpret a wide range of texts.
  • Foster such technological literacy as information retrieval, research and communication.

Program Educational Objective

The Department of English aims to give a solid foundation in the workings of English language and how the language is used in both literary and non-literary contexts so that after the completion of their degree they come out as a professional with practical skills and a well-rounded personality.

The graduates are expected to:

PEO 1: Complete their graduation with a solid grounding in the analysis of the language.
PEO 2: Apply their analytical skills and creative thinking to tailor their degrees in their professional interests.
PEO 3: Develop as autonomous learners.
PEO 4: Function in their professional fields as skilled communicators having a strong IT knowledge base.
PEO 4: Function in their professional fields as skilled communicators having a strong IT knowledge base.
PEO 5: Contribute to general education and become trainers of the next generation language teachers and researchers.

1.5.5 Mapping between Mission Vs PEOs
Following is the mapping between Mission and Program Educational Objectives (PEO) of DOE, UAP.

Mission PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4 PEO5

 

1. Enable the students to explore the relationship between linguistic structure and its literary heritage and how language operates in both society and literature.

 

     

 

2. Inculcate moral, intellectual and ethical values much needed for both their social, professional lives.

 

   

 

3. Develop the theoretical tools that will enable students to analyze and interpret a wide range of texts.

 

     

 

4. Foster such technological literacy as information retrieval, research and communication.

 

   

 

           
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