English Language Lab

English language lab was established in the year 2009. The aim of the language lab is to develop our students' communication skills. As our college is located in a rural area of South Tamil Nadu, we get students with low proficiency in English. The lab activities are designed keeping in mind the enhancement of the language skill of these students. Developing communication skill in English language is an art. So our language lab activities are based on phonetics, linguistics, literature and applied English. Our language training is aimed at enriching the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and getting advancement in Presentation skills, narrating skills, Group dynamics and Interview skills. In phonetics the students get training in sound systems in English and they also understand the word stress in English. To gain the linguistic knowledge of English they learn the structure, meaning and function of the English language. In this they learn the usage of grammar also. They learn phrasal verbs and its usage. In the literature part, the students learn the communication skill by watching movies, videos of interviews, food preparations, and speeches of successful people, and so on available in English. Along with this they are exposed to problem solving techniques, and their overall personality in developed by screening motivational videos by successful entrepreneurs. In applied English, the students improve their spoken and written communication skills as a foundation for pursuing secondary professional skills. They learn the use of English language in communication by describing something, role play, mock presentation, mock interviews, and participating in group discussion. As result of these trainings our college students stand better chance of being placed in multi-national companies.

Language Training:

  • To build LSRW skills of students in English.
  • To develop the Presentation skills, narrating skills, Group dynamics and Interview skills.

Phonetics:

  • To learn the sound systems and understand word stress in English.

Linguistics:

  • To introduce students to the structure, meaning and function of the English language.

Literature:

  • To increase students' knowledge of English literature and broaden their international vision, nurturing their cultural sensitivity in the humanities.
  • To improve the analytical and problem solving skills of students.

Applied English:

  • To improve spoken and written communication skills as a foundation for pursuing secondary professional skills.
  • To develop listening and speaking skills of students for a variety of purposes like making presentations, conducting interviews and participating in discussions.