Activities

Department Association, PEN Inauguration

Date : 16/12/2020

Report: the Department Association PEN: Pauline English Nexus organised a set of competitions as part of the Christmas celebrations at the Department level. The competitions include Handmade card making, Selfie with Santa and Creo: Christmas Decor from Scrap.

Department Association, PEN Inauguration

Date of the Programme: 06/08/2020

Report: The Department organized poetry recitation competition to commemorate the Hiroshima Day. This event marked the virtual inauguration of the Department Association PEN: Pauline English Nexus by eminent writer Abijith Radhakrishna, Assistant Professor at Naipunnya College, Cherthala. 98 students from UG and PG tookpart in the event.

Department Association, PEN Inauguration

Date of the Programme: 05/09/2020

Report: On the 5th of September 2020, the Department Association PEN: Pauline English Nexu organised a poetry writing competition to commemorate Teacher’s Day. 18 students from UG and PG took part in the event.

WEBINAR: ‘From Elizabethan Age to Edward Said : An Eclectic Overview’

Date: 16/07/2020 to 18/07/2020

Report: A Webinar Series titled ‘From Elizabethan Age to Edward Said : An Eclectic Overview’ was organised by the Postgraduate Department of English from the 16th to 18th of July 2020. 274 participants including students, researchers and teaching faculty across the world took part in the webinar series. 

PEGASUS

Date of the Programme: 18/02/2020

Report: The Post Graduate Department of English mothered PEGASUS in 2017, and was reignited for the third time on 18th of February 2020. The Inter Departmental Cultural Fest once again opened the channel of arts and culture. Students showed exuberance in literary, dramatic, artistic and other areas.

FILM REVIEW OMPETITION

Date of the Programme: 26/07/2019

Report: The Film Review Competition was held on 26th of July, 2019 with an objective to enhance students’ critical and analyzing skills. The film to be reviewed was “Amrutham Gamaya” directed by Hariharan. It comes under the genre of Drama Film. 51 students participated in the competition.

BITE O’ SALAD (Food Festival)

Date of the Programme: 29/01/2019

Report: Bite O’ Salad was an innovative Salad Festival organized by the Post Graduate Department of English on 29th of January 2019. The Fest was inaugurated by Our Associate Manger Fr. Joseph Palliparambil, the event was embellished by the presence of our beloved Principal Dr. Shobana Michael and other faculty members. The fest was a platform for the students to try and succeed in making unique salad combinations.

LITERARY QUIZ (Indian Writing in English)

Date of the Programme: 28/01/2019

Report: As a tribute to Indian English Literature, the Post Graduate Department of English Conducted a Literary Quiz on 28th of January 2019. The quiz was an evidence for the interest of students in the learning and discussion on the Contributions of the National Writers and Translators to the literary realm of the Global Language. They were found interested in the Diasporic writers also. A team of two represented each class, and the winners were the third year BA English students.

PEGASUS

Date of the Programme: 14/12/2018

Report: The Inter Departmental Cultural Fest organized by the Post Graduate Department of English was conducted for the second time on 14th of December 2018. 76 students from various departments participated in various events and displayed their talents.

PEGASUS

Date of the Programme: 14/12/2017

Report: The Inter Departmental Cultural Fest mothered by the Post Graduate Department of English – PEGASUS 2017 was conducted on 14th of December 2017. It was a great opportunity for the students t exhibit their various talents and skills.

YUMMY TUMMY (Food Festival)

Date of the Programme: 01/11/2017

Report:  A food fest titled “Yummy Tummy” was organized by the Post Graduate Department of English on 1st of November 2017. Our Manager Fr. Felix Chackalackal inaugurated the programme in the presence of our beloved Principal Dr. V J Peter and many of the venerable members of the staff. It was an effective platform to display the cooking skills of the students which stimulated the taste buds of many.