Telugu Profile


Telugu is taught as the second language in the first year and second year under graduate programmes. The Department of Telugu was established in 2012 with the following vision and mission. The department elicits the melody and deliciousness of the Telugu language with the expert faculty.


• To expose the students a glimpse of vast treasure of knowledge preserved in Telugu.
• To promote the Regional Language Telugu on par with international language.
• To develop a sense of literary aesthetic appreciation in Telugu language.
• To build life skills through value-based education and service-oriented programs.

Programmes of Study:

The Department of Telugu offers the following programmes in CBCS mode from the academic year 2015-2016. Besides, The Department involves in teaching interdisciplinary courses i.e., non-core subjects particularly Department of Commerce, Statistics and Mathematics etc.

U.G. programmes:

B.Sc (Mathematics-Statistics-Computer Science).
B.Sc. (Mathematics-Physics-Computer Science).
B.Com (Computer Applications).
B.Z.C Botany – Zoology – Chemistry
B.B.C Botany – Bio-technology- Chemistry


The cardinal co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the Department conducted like Class room Seminars, group discussions, quizzes, debates, JAMs, extension work, education field trips, etc., for the benefit of both the student. Extension, guest lectures and invited lectures are some of the important activities of the faculty for achieving quality education. The Department of Telugu has its own contribution in organizing cultural activities “Maathru Bhasha Dinoschavam” (Mother Language Day), “Sankranthi Sambaralu” (Pongal Celebrations) reflecting the true spirit of Telugu people.


The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, challenges and future plans of the department are:


• Telugu is the mother tongue.
• Qualified, competent and dedicated faculty.
• Involvement in cultural and extension activities.


• Some Students evince indifference and hence low basic knowledge of Telugu.
• Some students are poor in writing skills.


• Students are very much familiar with our culture and customs and therefore, they opt for various write ups on them.
• Telugu being the mother tongue expression of ideas and feelings will be easy to become great poets and writers.


• To improve academic Performance of students particularly Telugu language.
• Rejuvenating and instilling interest in the mindset of students towards Telugu language which is becoming an endangered species .

Future Plans:

• It is proposed to starting of post graduate courses in Telugu particularly
• M.A. Telugu with Journalism, Media & Communication as specialization.


The Department of Telugu has a highly qualified, industrious, dedicated faculty.