About the Department of English

Language is a channel of expression and communication. It place a
pivotal role in the personality of an individual. The department of
English was established in 1968.

Language is important because it’s one of the main ways to communicate and interact with other people around us. It keeps us in contact with other people. English language is an example for the importance of a language because it is the international language and has become the most important language to people in many parts of the world. It is most widely used in communicating around the world, Also it is spoken as the first language in many countries. English is playing a major role in many sections like medicine, engineering and business. There are many reasons that makes English is the most important language in the world.


An interactive & activity based methodology is followed via group
discussions, book reading, debates, language quiz, role-plays &
presentations, core areas of focus include public speaking, personality grooming, job skills and social awareness.

The language lab is optimally used to train the Students in “LISTENING COMPREHENSION”. Continuous evaluation is done through various modes-projects, presentations, group discussions, assignments, listening Comprehension, class room, interactions, seminars, t.v programs, news paper cuttings.

Vision & Mission


Creating an environment where language and literature education not only excels but also empowers students to become job-ready graduates with sustainable employability skills at a global level.


  • To equip students with effective communication skills through innovative approaches like jam, peer teaching, ppts, role-plays, multimedia presentations  and  engaging learning  experiences like internships, surveys etc.
  • To use the literary content of the text in refining their human sense & sensibilities.
  • To build life skills through value-based education and service-oriented programmes.

Strengths & Achievements of Department


  • Unity
  • Quality in Teaching
  • Action Plan and Curricular Plan should be planned and implemented strictly
  • Maintenance of Teaching Notes, Teaching Diary and Marks Registers
  • Tutor/ Ward System
  • Bringing out the hidden talents of the students through various competitions like Essay Writing, Quiz , Elocution , Debates, Seminars, Peer Teaching , Creative Writing
  • Membership in various Voluntary Organisations like Bharat Vikas Parishad, Friends Service Society, Rjy and participate actively in
    xtension and service activities
  • Observance and Celebration of the Important Days like the Youth Day, The English Language Day, The Birthday of APJ Abdul Kalam, The International Literacy Day, The International Translation Day, The Girl Child Day etc.
  • Dedicated Faculty members


  • Student of English Literature Princy Varghese received the Best Outgoing Award.
  • Got 100% Result in III Year B.A. Special English.
  • Study Material is provided to the students.
  • Consistent academic result of 90%+ is maintained.
  • General and Special English are offered by the Department.
  • Interactive, Participatory and Learner- Centred methodology are adopted.
  • Guest Lectures by eminent personalities are arranged.
  • Remedial Classes are arranged for slow learners.
  • Dr. B.Anuradha, Incharge of the Department is the Convener, UG Board of Studies, English Department, Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajahmundry.
  • Dr. B.Anuradha acted as Subject Expert, Board of Studies, Department of English, Government College Autonomous, Rajahmundry.
  • Dr. B.Anuradha teaches Spoken English to the students of Gandhi Nagar Municipal School, Rajahmundry.
  • Dr. B. Anuradha -Paper Setter for V.S.Krishna Government Degree , Visakhapatnam.
  • Dr. B. Anuradha- Setter for UG. Special English , Adikavi Nannaya University.
  • Mr.P.S.S.N.Durga Prasad teaches Spoken English to the students of Gayathri Degree College, Kodiyam & Vagdevi Junior College, Kodiyam.

Department of English Staff

S.No Name Qualification Experience in years Period (From-to)
1 Dr.B.Anuradha Suryakumari MA.,M.Phil.,Ph.D 37 1984 to till date
2 Mr. K.S. Ratna Kumar MA English., MA Phil.,B.Ed., C.T.E(RIE)., 28 1995 to till date
2 Mr.PSSN Durga Prasad MA. 11 2012-tilldate
3 Mr.K.Chinni Babu MA., MEd 07 2015 to till date
4 Mr.JR Tagore MA.,B.Ed 06 2016 to till date
5 Smt.B. Janaki MA English 03 2019 To till date

BSc B.Com BA BSc B.Com BA BSc B.Com BA
2017-2018 152 82 50 150 80 48 146 76 44
2018-2019 151 62 42 149 60 40 145 56 36
2019-2020 183 96 67 181 94 65 177 90 61
2020-2021 173 96 67 171 94 65 167 90 61
2021-2022 183 96 67 181 94 65 177 90 61
2022-2023 31 56 95 180 95 65
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B. Anuradha

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B. Jhanaki

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Continuous Assessment is a critical step in the learning process. It determines whether the learning objectives of the course have been met or not. In the past, only observation by the teacher was the main mode of assessment. But in the process of development of a system, there occurred various types of assessments that can be broadly classified as Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment. The former is continuous and is conducted during the teaching-learning process and the latter is to evaluate the student learning at the end of the semester. For Continuous Internal Evaluation/ Assessment our University has adopted the 75+25 Marks External and Internal Examination System. Our University conducts examinations at the end of each semester for both theory and practical sessions and for which Question Papers are prepared by the Controller of Examinations.

For the CIA all activities are divided into 4 categories.

1. Assignments 5 Marks

2. Project/Seminar/GD/ Role-plays/Quiz / Presentation 5 Marks

3. Attendance for Clean and Green Programme 5 Marks

4. Testing of Subject knowledge through Mid-term Exams 20+15 Marks

Total for 2 Mid Exams 50

CIA carried out in our college keeping in mind the words of Plutarch -“The Correct analogy for the mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting”. As we were in aided college from (20-21)that time we followed the guidelines of AKNU. We have to implement CIA from 2022-23 onwards as now we are in Govt. Service.

Sno Year Activity Report
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2 2018-2019 Click Here
3 2019-2020 Click Here
4 2020-2021 Click Here
5 2021-2022 Click Here
6 2022-2023 Click Here