Welcome to Department of Marathi

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About Department

  • Name of the Department : Marathi
  • Established : 15 June 1972
  • Available Syllabus : Arts, Com. & Science
  • No. Of Teacher : Three (03)
  • Work load : 36 Period
  • Evaluation Method : Class Test, Tutorial, First Semester, Second Semester
  • Teaching Aids : lecturer, C.D, O.H.P, Charts, LCD

Research Centre in Marathi

Research  Guide Ph. D. Completed Ongoing
Prin. Dr.Shivdas Shirsath 03 04
Dr.Manohar Sirsat 0 06

Features of Department

  • Research Center in Marathi Department
  • Skilled and experienced Staff
  • Good result of Department.
  • Literary Programmers
  • Research and Ph.D. guidance.
  • Contribution in Tribal Literary Movement
  • Publication
  • Collaboration With Literary Institutions
  • Guidance to cultural and Literary Institutions.
  • Collaboration With Research Institutions
  • Contribution in Cultural Activities
  • Edition of College annual Magazine
  • Debate competition
  • Students Tour


  1. To develop the holistic personality of the students.
  2. To Create Literary Sense in Student
  3. To Build a literary Platform for student
  4. To Stimulate writing skill in student
  5. To Guide student about employment
  6. Though professional and applied curriculum
  7. To promote student to participate in literary movement
  8. To create research attitude in student
  9. Creating a sense of social commitment and patriotism in the students.

Information of Staff

01. Dr. V. S. Kedari M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET. Head & Assistant Professor
02. Dr. R. S. Phutane M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET., SET. C.H.B.
03. Mr. D. A.  Bhosale M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., NET., SET. C.H.B.


  • Post Graduation in Marathi.
  • Recognized Research Centre of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.
  • Certificate Courses on Writing Skill in Print Media.
  • 7130 Reference Books Reference Books and Textbooks are available in Central Library.
  • E-resources are available in the Central Library.

Best Practices

  • To give details of departmental best practices
  1. Voice modulation, voice culture has been inculcated in students through Marathi division anchoring, street play and script reading.
  2. Students visit national and regional literary conventions, from which students ’literary personalities and writings take place.
  3. To develop the tastes of the students, the department has organized various programs under the literary association.
  4. Students in the Marathi section are participating in social awareness programs such as literacy programs, anti-Hunda (Dowry) movement and female feticide.
  5. The Marathi department is publishing two six year wall papers to develop the literate creativity of the students. It provides an opportunity that inspires newcomers to write and publish

Future Plan

  • Conducting workshops for holistic personality development of students.
  • To organize national and international seminars, conferences and short term courses.
  • Planning student seminars, group discussions.
  • To organizing educational trips.
  • Starting a postgraduate department.