Department of Languages

Dept. of Languages

The Department of  Languages offers English, French, Hindi and Malayalam as Common Course I &II for the UG programmes and Add-on and Enrichment Programmes: Communicative English, Effective Communication, TRANSCEND, Technical Writing and IELTS across the UG and PG streams. Re-defining the pedagogy of English and Languages in the curriculum of higher education, the Department transverses the academic study of ‘language’ to foster an appreciation of literature, culture and humanity at large. The Department attempts to inculcate in students a critical awareness of the self and society to mould them into responsible and socially sensitive citizens.

Core Values:


  • Dedicate ourselves to meeting the needs of the communities we serve.
  • Support the mission and vision of the College to develop and pursue higher standards.
  • Treat people with dignity and encourage feelings of self-worth.
  • Focus on student and stakeholder needs through the creation of new programs and services.


  • To help students enhance their language skills viz Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing
  • Enable students to appreciate literature of various genres
  • To equip students with soft skills necessary for efficient communication
  •  Honing the communicative and interpersonal skills of the students through screening of documentaries and films, role plays, simulation games and open discussions.
  •  Promote the creative and artistic talents of the students through training in histrionics, creative writing and filmmaking.


To achieve excellence by training students with personal integrity, professional ingenuity, promoting human values, critical thinking and communicative skills, making youngsters self-reliant and successful citizens.


Educate the young to reach the unreached heights through the study of Language, Literature, Culture and Humanity at large.


Swacch Award 2019 05 December 2019

Management educators ,no doubt, are looking for tools which can equip the students with employment ready skills while providing a conducive learning experience. Business schools have been using cases to create a real-life environment but active participation by all cannot be ensured even in case discussions. Simulation on the other hand does not permit passive participants. Any simulation will easily persuade the student to apply all his abilities to solve the problem at hand and thus gives him a real-life experience. It is thus an effective tool set in a highly user-friendly environment.

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