• Centre for Research: a fertile breeding ground for aspiring academicians. 60% of the department faculty are PhD holders.

• TJES: An annual publication which seeks to give space to creative endeavours in the literary-academic sphere; 9 volumes of which have been brought out.
• LITTERA – the department newsletter brought out by students
• PANACHE: An intercollegiate literary Fest organised by the III UG students.
• Student Social Responsibility (SSR): a forum
• Tell a Tale to the Heart – an innovative programme to inculcate and improve the reading habit of students
• Discourse On Classics (Lecture series) to promote an interest in classics.
• National Seminar organised by PG students
• Students encouraged to create manuscript magazines.
• Alumni Lecture Series
• Incorporation of Media Studies and Gender Sensitizing Programmes as part of the curriculum
• TROP – Teresian Rural Outreach Programmes for social outreach


1925: Year of Establishment

1957: Undergraduate Programme in English Language and Literature

1995: UGC Sponsored Vocational UG Programme in Communicative English

1998: Post Graduate Programme in English

2007: Recognized as Research Centre

2012: Centre for Research Course Work

2016: M.Phil Programme in English


  • Amaara (NGO)
  • Sherine Vimi Solutions
  • Innovance Academy
  • Ayyappa Panicker Foundation


 Richmond University, USA
 Arts Centre, Bartos Institute United World College, New Mexico, USA
 State Kansas University, USA
 Kochi Muziris Biennale
 NPTC Group of Colleges, Wales
 Alumni British Scholars
 The University of the Netherlands


  • Antharashtra Pusthakotsava Samithi
  • Samskritha Bharathi
  • Root International, UK.