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Department of English

Mr. Ayaz Ali Jarah

In charge

Introduction

This is obvious that about fifty countries speak English, while majority of the world population study it. Surely, about 2 Billion people communicate in English with interest. The importance, however, of this language is cross-border trade. The need of English stands very vivid globally. Business increases because of the communication in English and thus life changes. Ultimately an upward trend occupies the graph.

Today, we say without any hesitation that we are living in a global village, and everyday explosion of knowledge is the common phenomenon here. This is an undeniable fact that man role is played by the print and electronic media while this is another fact that most of their activities are in English. Therefore, it has a capacity to create harmony among the community of nations. We should not forget that the west especially America are still leading the world in every spheres of life whereas Americans are recognized as the English speaking nation.

It becomes very essential when industry, science and etc- are to be considered indispensible for any nation while this is needless to say that the nations who excel in English occupy the world market, jobs, contracts and there is no second opinion in this regard that English firmly accommodates its expert.

Nobody will deny the fact that it triggers the self respect, and infuses confidence comparatively more than a person who either speaks English incorrectly or does not speak at all. This is besides the well-come gesture of national and international firms. They prefer a person who is capable to speak and write English, with ease.

Therefore, for English learning are should delve deep and absorb oneself. We endeavor to do so.

This department started functioning with the inception of the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Shaheed Benazirabad. It started with the handicap of teachers who do not have any political, personal and sabotaging mentality.

Keeping all this in view and the dearth of quality English language teachers/professionals the department vowed to face the music of the time though it seems that we have taken the bull by the horn. Therefore, we thought that odds are the inseparable part of human existence and the change of surroundings would be the self-imposed pledge. The University authority provided an all out support to turn our obsession into reality. This department has taken vow to translate dreams of the people in reality.

Present this is a full-fledged department. There are classes right from BS English First year to four-year program. Whereas, this is heartening to note that MA English program has been initiated for the students aspiring to study English literature and linguistics, after the completion of their Bachelors. Last but not the least there is good news that the department has a program in the pipe line regarding M. Phil & PhD in the days to come. Therefore, interested candidates prepare themselves. Wait for the fine morning when the dawn will break with the fragrance of announcement for the promised agenda.

Vision

Our goal is to provide reliable and innovative technology to our students, faculty and community that meet the need of a dynamic world along with the support of trainings that necessary to use the technology effectively.

Mission

The learners will be facilitated to explore and apply the wider range of opportunities in the discipline for effective global communication keeping pace with the advancement, fully supported by modern tools.

Scope and Benefits

After passing out students will be able to bring some change in the society and they get benefit on merit. The tendency of research and communication is an important component of teaching and learning process. Resultantly, the societal setup would provide them job. Then professional skills will take places, simultaneously.

Mr. Ayaz Ali Jarah

Incharge

Email:chairman_english

MA (Urdu) B. Ed, M. Ed, MA -Eng and Mphil

Ms. Tania Laghari

Lecturer

Email:

MA(English) (on study leave)

Ms.Shadab Fatima

Lecturer

PhD Scholar (English Literature)

M.Phil in English Literature

Masters in English Literature

Ms.Nargis Mari

Lecturer

Ph.D in progress from University of Sindh

Mphil(Eng: Linguistics) from MUET Jamshoro

PGD: TEFL, B.Ed and M.Ed

Mr. Faheemuddin

Lecturer

Email:

MS (English) from International Islamic University Islamabad

Mr. Altaf Ali Jakhar

Lecturer

Ph.D in progress from University of Sindh Jamshoro

MS (Eng: Linguistics) from International Islamic University Islamabad

MA (Eng: Language & Literature) from SALU khairpur

MA(TEFL) from AIOU Islamabad & PGD from NUML Islamabad

Ms. Farah Naz Abbasi

Lecturer

BS(Eng:),M.Ed and Mphil(linguistics) from University of Sindh Jamshoro

Mr.Rafique Ahmed

Lecturer

Mphil(linguistics) from University of Sindh Jamshoro, LLB& B.ed

Master(Eng: literature & linguistics from NUML Islamabad)

Mr. Najamuddin Budh

Teaching Assistant

MA Eng:,B.Ed,M.Ed and Mphil in progress

Mr. Rashid Ali Chandio

Teaching Assistant

MA(Eng:)from SBBU SBA and MS(Linguistic) in progress from MUET Jamshoro

BS(Sociology) from University of Sindh Jamshoro

Ms. Sadia Naz

Teaching Assistant

Mr. Siraj Bodlo

Teaching Assistant

MA(Hons.)from University of Sindh Jamshoro

Mr. Muhammad Imran khan

Teaching Assistant

PhD(Islamic Culture) in progess from University of Sindh Jamshoro

MA & Mphil(Islamic Culture) from University of Sindh Jamshoro

1st Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English I 3
2 Introduction to Literature-I 3
3 Introduction to Linguistics-I 3
4 Gender Studies 3
5 Psychology 3
6 Islamic Studies 3
Total 18
2nd Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English II 3
2 Introduction to Literature-II 3
3 Morphology & Syntax I 3
4 Sociology 3
5 Philosophy 3
6 Pakistan Studies 2
Total 17
3rd Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 English III 3
2 Introduction to Computers 3
3 International Relation 3
4 History of English Literature-I 3
5 Phonetics & Phonology 3
6 Social Work 3
Total 18
4th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Advance Academic Reading and Writing 3
2 Mass Communication 3
3 History of English Literature II 3
4 Human Rights & Citizenship 3
5 Education History 3
6 Semantics 3
Total 18

5th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Research Methodology 3
2 Literary Criticism 3
3 Poetry-I 3
4 Novel 3
5 Morphology & Syntax II 3
6 Sociolinguistics 3
Total 18
6th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Literary Criticism and theory 3
2 Classics in Drama 3
3 Poetry-II 3
4 Discourse Analysis 3
5 Psycholinguistics 3
6 - -
Total 15

7th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Language Teaching Methodologies 3
2 Translation Studies 3
3 Pragmatics 3
4 World English 3
5 Research Methods in Linguistics 3
Total 15
8th Semester
SNo. Subject Credit Hours Marks
1 Syllabus Designing & Testing 3
2 Research Project 3
3 Stylistics 3
4 Language in Education 3
5 Anthropological Linguistics 3
Total 15