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    The Department has organized a number of seminars, symposia and workshops. Mention may be made of the following:
  • Seven-day Refresher Course in English for College English Teachers (1979) in collaboration with the British Council.
  • UGC National Seminar on “Modern Indian Aesthetic Thought” (1983) meant to be a kind of orientation for the uninitiated in this field.
  • Workshop on “Creative Writing and Translation” (1989) for 3 days.
  • Workshop on “Situational English” (1990) for 2 days.
  • International Seminar on “Indian Literatures and Films” (1992) brought together writers, film directors and critics.
  • Workshop on “Canadian Literature” (1994) in collaboration with Indian Association for Canadian Studies, New Delhi, to provide orientation to students and researchers in this new area.
  • UGC National Seminar on “New Directions in English Language” (1995).
  • Interdisciplinary Seminar on “Dalit Writings, Movements and Dynamics of Social Change” (1996) organized in collaboration with the Department of Sociology.
  • UGC National Seminar on “The Study of Contemporary Society: Emerging Trends” (1996) at University Post Graduate College, Nirmal.
  • Seminar on “Perspectives on Women’s Writings in English” (1997).
  • Remedial Course in English (1998).
  • Inter-disciplinary Seminar on “The World of Subalterns in Mahasveta Devi’s Writings” (1998).
  • National Seminar on “The Teaching of English in the Era of IT Revolution and Globalization: Challenges Ahead” (1999).
  • Workshop on “Translation of Regional Literatures into English” (1999).
  • UGC National Seminar on “New Indian English Novel” (2001).
  • UGC National Seminar on “Expatriate Indian Writing in English” (2005).        
  • Workshop by Prof Susan Hallam, Head, School of Life Long Education and International Development, University of London, United Kingdom. (2006).
  • “Train the Trainer” programme for Lecturers in English, sponsored by APSCHE, Hyd. In 5 spells of 5 day duration each during 2005-06.
  • English Teachers’ Regional Conference on Social Justice through English Education organized with the Students’ Welfare Centre, and Placement Cell, KU, Warangal 2007.
  • “Orientation Programme on Degree English Theory and Practicals” with UA&S College, 2008.
  • “Workshop to the Teachers of English” organized by Arkbird Publications in collaboration with Department of English, KU, March 15, 2008.
  • UGC National Seminar on “Re-Presentation of History in the Recent Indian Fiction in English” 30-31 March, 2008
  • “Impressions” an intercollegiate seminar for postgraduate students, 27 February, 2009
  • UGC National Seminar on “Indian Literature in English Translation” 28-29 March, 2009
  • “Train the Trainer” programme for Lecturers in English, sponsored by APSCHE during August 25-29, 2009.
  • “Impressions” an intercollegiate seminar for postgraduate students, February, 2010.
  • UGC National Seminar on “Gendering Indian Narratives”, March 22 & 23, 2010.
  • “Perspectives” a seminar for registered research scholars, October 8, 2010.
  • International Conference on “Diversity in New Literatures”, December 16 & 18, 2010.