Government Degree College Ravulapalem
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English Department

 English – Government Vidarbha Institute of Science & Humanities  (Autonomous), Amravati, (MS), India.

    Roger Bacon once said, "Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom."     One such language that, when acquired, provides a new perspective on the world is English. Regarding utilization across the globe, English is one of the most widely spoken languages. It is crucial to everyday communication, business, commerce, and internet use.
     More than any other language, English is employed in a variety of industries. One of the most significant languages spoken worldwide is English. Learning English enhances the likelihood of receiving additional possibilities to pursue higher education and obtain employment both in India and abroad.
     Government Degree College, Ravulapalem was established on 31-08-1981 in a small Zilla Parishad Elementary School. The college began with two courses B.A. and B.Com initially. Later on a few more courses were added to cater to the educational needs of nearly fifteen villages in and around Ravulapalem and now it offers 4 Conventional Courses, 2 Restructured Courses and 3 New Market Oriented Courses.
     The Department of English was started along with college in 1981. Since then, the department has been working to cater to the English Language learning needs of the students in the rural context. The Department takes pride in having Dr.N.V.D.Prasada Rao, the editor of the very famous English Grammar Book by Wren & Martin, as one of the esteemed Principals of the college. He worked in the college from 1983 to 1988.
     English is taught as the first language for UG students. Besides General English, Skill Oriented courses like Communication & Soft Skills are also taken up by the Department. The English Department is essential in supporting all extracurricular, administrative, and academic activities.
    In order to teach the curriculum effectively and make lessons more engaging and participatory, all lecturers who have received training from CCE trainers from the APSCHE adopt these student-centric strategies. In addition, the English department offers certificate programmes to help students expand their overall skills so they can compete in competitive exams and the increasingly global job market.