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Lecture of Prof. G. C. Bannerjee Memorial Lecture
One Day Symposium Translating Cultures
Pre-Ph.D. (English) Final List of Selected Candidates January 2015
Ph.D Interview notice 2015
Notice and Application form for ph.d December 2014.
Announcement​ of the Course Certificate Course in Functional Proficiency in English
Announcement​ of the Course Certificate Course in Professional Proficiency in English
M.Phil admission list 2014-15
M.Phil. Admission Interview Notice 2014-15
Admission For M.Phil Course In English Academic Year 2014 -15

The Department of English was established in 1962 and is one of the oldest language departments in the University of Mumbai.

Since, its inception the Department has played an important role in establishing relevant specializations such as English Language Teaching, American Literature, Gender Studies, Politics Ideology and English Studies.

The Department has now set forth to project itself as a Centre of Excellence and introduced two specialized Honours programmes in addition to its regular M.A. Programme. The M.Phil. programme has also been re-vamped to include courses such as writing for the media, creative writing and translation studies.

The Department has a Library-cum-Media Centre, an Audio-Visual Room and a Seminar room.

Special Activities of the Department

1. An English Language Teaching Cell has been instituted in the Department since 1995, aimed at initiating extra-curricular English courses to upgrade levels of English in the University and outside.

2. An Academic Links Programme has been initiated between this Department and
(a) The Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany
(b) Queen Mary College, University of London, U.K.
(c) The Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K.
(d) University of the Fraser Valley, B.C. Canada
in the field of Post Colonial Literatures in English, Contemporary Literary
Theories and Diaspora Studies.

These links involve faculty and/or student exchange, as well as joint
research projects and research guidance.

3. The Writer-in-Residence Programme: This programme has been sponsored by the British Council, Mumbai from the academic year 2005-06 onwards and will enable British Writers to spend two months at the Department, where they will give lectures and conduct workshops in Creative Writing.

4. Short-Term Self-Financing Courses:
(a) Voice Culture and Verbal Communication
(b) American Culture and Accent Training
(c) Business English Skills.

5. Memorial Lecture - G.C. Bannerjee Memorial Lecture

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