Welcome To Our Department

The Department of English has been functioning since the inception of St.Albert’s College (Autonomous).  The department started off with Under Graduate Courses and the Post Graduate Course was added in the year 2006 as a self-financing programme. The English department is a hub of language learning and innovation with the inculcation of modern teaching techniques, the addition of contemporary subjects in the curriculum and research based learning. The students are given the opportunity gain knowledge in Literary Theory, Culture Studies, Gender Studies, Environment Studies and Linguistics to equip themselves for competitive exams. Knowledge rich seminars are conducted for the students to stay updated with latest developments in the subject with expert talk and deliberation from Indian and international faculties. Students are also encouraged to take short-term online course and attend literary workshops.


To be a centre of excellence through the process of self-evaluation and continued renewal in all endeavours in learning, teaching, research, consultancy and other related areas. Our Vision is to upgrade the quality of English literature education to match international standards and industry requirements.


Our mission is to mould students to achieve understanding about conventional as well as modern concepts and perspectives in English literature and thereby reach heights in their chosen field of career.


Peer Reviewed Journals & Research Publications –

International Platform for knowledge transfer during the annual Albertian Knowledge Summit

Student Journals

Student Association

Certificate Programmes – AELP

Social Outreach Programme – Lebanah Aheb – Construction of home for the needy

Department at a glance

The Post Graduate Department of English commenced in the year 2006 and offers MA English. It is a self-financing programme that follows the restructured syllabus of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. Taking advantage of the Autonomous status of the college, we have chosen Elective Papers for the final semester that would enable students to qualify for the National Eligibility Test (NET)/JRF with ease. The Syllabus is also a combination of Conventional and Contemporary literary works so that students are updated with the latest trends in the subject. This is further enhanced by the compulsory Research Project that would give insight into Literary Theory and Analysis. Knowledge rich seminars are conducted for students to imbibe the theoretical and literary advancements with expert talk and deliberations from Indian and International faculties.

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