Department of English
SOP of Language Lab
The Department of English has a Language Lab which is open to faculty, research scholars, Postgraduate and Undergraduate students. The Lab is used to promote teaching/learning of English Language skills. It also works as a training platform for Research and Development activities.
1: The Lab computers can be accessed through the unique login id provided to all faculty and students of the University.
2: The software installed in the computers are licensed and the Department follows standard procedure of procurement and usage in line with the Central Computer Centre of the University.
3: Smooth running of the Lab is aided by the presence of the lab manual, Teachers Guide Relan Pro (Renet Digital Language Studio 2003), which serves as a procedural framework that delineates the laboratory activities.
4: The manual serves as a detailed guideline for registered Language Users from among the faculty, research scholars, Postgraduate and Undergraduate students.
SOP of Seminar Library
The Department of English maintains clear operating procedures for optimum utilization of its resources.
The Department has a well stocked Seminar Library with approximately ten thousand books. It facilitates both faculty and students, as well as anyone who would like to use the books for academic purposes. The faculty, research scholars and Undergraduate and Postgraduate students of the Department can browse for books through the OPAC and can issue/use the books as per the Seminar rules. The Seminar Library can be accessed 24X7.
1: The Seminar Library books are catalogued with Accession numbers for each, in line with the procedure followed by the Maulana Azad Library of the University.
2: The Postgraduate students have, in addition to access to all books of the Seminar, a section of books and materials specially allocated for them, in line with the MA curriculum and for NET/JRF preparation, so as to facilitate them in studying and preparing for competitive examinations. These books can be accessed/borrowed by producing valid identity cards of the University. For facilitating this process, a Seminar Secretary is appointed from among the Postgraduate students.
3: The Undergraduate students also have a section of books allocated for them covering the BA curriculum, so as to aid them in studying for the course and facilitate them in preparing for competitive exams. These books can be accessed by producing valid identity cards of the University.
4: There are some books in the Reserved Section which are meant to be accessed in the Seminar Library itself. For these, valid identity cards and entry in logs are required.