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M. S. P. Mandal's Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya, Vaijapur

College with Potential for Excellence || STRIDE and Paramarsh Schemes by UGC NAAC Re-Accredited 'A' Grade || ISO 21001:2018 (EOMS)

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Department of English

Since its establishment in 1968, the Department of English has emerged as a centre for learning English Language and Literature. The department first initiated the study of mainly compulsory English. Today, in addition, there is an optional programme in English. The major focus of the department is to develop English communication skills of the rural deprived students.
Mr. K.A. Bakshi was the first Head of the department and he carried out the responsibility as a Head of the Department from 15/06/1968 to 12/08/1974. Mr. P.F. Patil joined English department on 20thJune, 1968, after the superannuation of Mr. K.A. Bakshi, he took over the charge of the department and successfully carried out the responsibility as a Head of the Department till his retirement in 31/01/1995. Mr. R.S. Sadawarte joined the department on 15th June, 1971 and was transferred to Muktanand College in 1992. Mr. M.L. Sonawane joined the department on 3rd September 1992 and after the retirement of Mr. P.F. Patil in 1995, Mr. M.L. Sonawane took over the charge of the department and he is the Head of the Department till then. Today two full time faculties are working in the department. Prof. Sonawane, in 2019 pursued his Ph.D. from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University; Aurangabad. Mr. D.S. Salunke joined the department in 2006 and he has also successfully completed his Ph. Recently Mr. Jitendra Tribhuvan joined the department.
The department provides our students with an education of the highest quality in world literature and cultural studies.
We look to have our students become independent, self-motivated learners, confident in their research and synthesizing skills; we encourage students from diverse backgrounds, minority and deprived rural students to become a part of the main stream through proper communication skills and efforts are carried out to develop their learning abilities.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
(Nelson Mandela)
Education is a continuous process of not only of personal development but with this powerful weapon we can change the world around us. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant, Tapsya Parihar whose village population is only 800, nailed UPSC examination, that the son of poor auto driver and field worker, Ansar Shaikh could become the youngest IAS officer of our country, a daughter of a poor farmer becomes a doctor. There are many examples who were marginalised, unprivileged and were from far remote villages where basic amenity was a distant dream. But they became successful not because they were poor but they used their adverse plight as a flame to fight the darkness of adversities. The sad plight became fuel to achieve laureates. I urge all students take advantage of your adverse situation and focus on your goal because this period is a golden opportunity in your life to achieve success. So, act in the present and be like a lighthouse, be an example for others because you have the ability to change the world! Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya has students from Vaijapur city and adjoining villages who are distinguished culturally and socially but one common thread which binds them together is their economical conditions. Since its establishment in 1968, the Department of English has emerged as a centre for learning English Language and Literature. The aim of English department is to develop their communication skills, to boost their confidence to inculcate on their minds that poor economic background is not a hindrance in achieving the success. The department provides extensive support and comprehensive resources for our students. We welcome you to the English Department as undergraduate or post graduate or research student and we hope to be part of your success.

 

Dr. Mark Laxman Sonawane
Professor & Head, Department of English
 

Bachelor of Arts

1) B. A First Year – Semester I
i) Compulsory English Paper I
A First Year – Semester II
ii) Compulsory English Paper II
2) B. A Second Year – Semester III
i) Compulsory English Paper III
A Second Year – Semester IV

ii) Compulsory English Paper IV

Bachelor of Science

 
3) B. Sc First Year – Semester I
i) Compulsory English Paper I
Sc First Year – Semester II
ii) Compulsory English Paper II
4) B. Sc Second Year – Semester III
i) Compulsory English Paper III
Sc Second Year – Semester IV
ii) Compulsory English Paper IV
 

Bachelor of Commerce

 
5) B. Com First Year – Semester I
i) Compulsory English Paper I
Com First Year – Semester II
i) Compulsory English Paper II
6) B. Com Second Year – Semester III
i) Compulsory English Paper III
Com Second Year – Semester IV
i) Compulsory English Paper IV
  • B.A., B.Com & B. Sc. English First Year(Sem-I and II) Revised in 2022-23 View PDF
  • B.A. English Second Year(Sem-III and IV) Revised in 2014-15  View PDF
  • B.A. English Second Year(Sem-III and IV) Revised in 2014-15  View PDF
 
Dr. M. L. Sonawne
(Professor & Head)
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Dr. D. S. Salunke
(Associate Professor)
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Student Strength:
  • B. A. First Year Compulsory English   View PDF
  • B. Sc. Second Year Compulsory English   View PDF
Time table:
Result Analysis Report:
  • Result Analysis Report of last five years  View PDF
Alumni List- View PDF

CONTACT:

Prof. S. N. Babar

Head of the Department,
Department of Economics,

Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya,
Vaijapur, Dist. Aurangabad – 423 701.
Tel: +91 7588044870
babarsn@gmail.com