|General stream introduced in||1964|
|Honours stream introduced in||1998|
|1||Dr. Mitali Gangopadhyay||M.A, Ph.D, UGC-NET||Assistant Professor||Postcolonial Studies||14|
|2||Sri Debanjan Mitra||M.A||Assistant Professor||Cultural Studies, Media and Film Studies, Literary Theory, Popular Culture(s), Oracy, Folk Culture and Literatures, Cultures of Dissent, Literary History/Histories/Historiography, City and Literary Cultures, Environmental Ethics and Ethnicity, World Literature(s), Indian Writings in English and Bhasha Literature(s), 21st Century Metropolitan Readership Aesthetics||1|
|3||Sri Amlan Gayan||M.A||Assistant Professor||Eco Criticism, Post Colonialism, Victorian Period||1|
|4||Smt. Upakatha De||M.A.||CWTT||-||-|
|5||Smt. Sohini Ghosh||M.A., M.Phil.||PTT||-||-|
|Interdisciplinary Seminar jointly organized with the Dept of Sociology on "Language & Society", by Prof Emeritus Prasanta Roy, Prof Avijit Mitra, Dr.Chaiti Mitra & Smt Aparna Khastgir (21.09.2010).|
|Regular extension lectures for learning enhancement:
i) "English Language: History of Origin & Pronunciation" by Sri. Somak Mondal (22.12.2010).
ii) "James Joyce's Counterparts" by Sri. Samik Sen (06.09.2011).
|Lecture-cum-Film Shows for enhanced learning experience:
i) Season of Bard Watching - "Macbeth" followed by lecture by Media Personality Smt Urmimala Basu.
ii) "Twelfth Night" - followed by lecture by Dr. Mahuya Bhaumick (09.10.2012 & 10.10.2012).
|Participation in extension activities like:
"Teaching English: A Workshop" an academic endeavour with a definite social purpose (15.01.2014). The workshop offered the students a perspective of choosing English as a career option. Also a philanthropic attempt was made to promote elemental English among the underprivileged children of the society through donation of books to the children of Siddharth United Social Welfare Mission.
|Faculties are voluntarily involved in Spoken English classes and Career oriented Examinations (eg. S.S.C.).|
|Dr. Mitali Gangopadhyay has been granted UGC funded Minor Research Project (budget Rs. 2lakhs) titled "Deconstructing Tagore: A study of Rituparno Ghosh's Cinematic Vision".|
|Rich library with over 1000 books.|
|Perseverance to build on communication.|
|Enthusiastic participation in making of the wall magazine.|
|Cooperation in making any team project a success with the insolvent of faculties.|
|Promotion of creative instincts.|
|Annual awards by the faculty to deserving candidates for quality results in the University Examinations.|
|Cultural inclinations appreciated and promoted.|
|Recent publications of books and journals as new acquisitions making the departmental library updated.|
|Counseling of students both formally and informally.|