Department of Marathi


Teaching Program undertaken by the Department

Undergraduate & Ph.D. Programme

F.Y.B.A. Paper I Marathi Ancillary (Drama, Poetry)
S.Y.B.A. Paper II Marathi Novel and Autobiography
Paper III Language and Culture, Dialect Study (Malvani)
T.Y.B.A. Paper IV History of Ancient Marathi Literature
Paper V Indian and Western Poetics
Paper VI Society and Literature
Paper VII Linguistics and Marathi Grammar
Paper VIII Modern Marathi Prose and Poetry
Paper IX Occupational Marathi
Research 4 Students are pursuing their Research for Ph.D. Degree.

Faculty :-

Dr. Geeta B. Manjrekar

Head of Department, Associate Professor
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
UG - 24 years, PG - 18 years, Research - 15 years

Ms. Asha D. Kumbhar

Assistant Professor
UG - 3 years


Please click on the links below to access the year-wise details.




Dr. (Ms.) Geeta Manjrekar

1) Edited a community magazine �Gomant Sharada� in every month of 2011-2012

2) Co-editor of textbook for FYBA,�Nivdak Marathi Katha�, May 2012.(ISBN-978-93-80617-34-3)

3) Edited a community magazine �Gomant Sharada� till November, 2012.

4) Submitted Minor Research Project on �Critical Analysis of Short Stories and Novels by Shri. Rajan Khan with Feminist Approach�(Funded by UGC)

5) Research paper on �Globalisation and Theatre�, Proceeding of National Seminar in Ruia College, Dec. 2014 (ISBN-978-93-81831-96-0)

6) Research Article on �Kabira Khade Bazar Me� a novel by Dinanath Manohar in the literary magazine Shabd Ruchee, Dec. 2015

7) Research article on �Kapuskal� a novel by Kailas Daund in Diwali issue of Sahitya.

8) Research paper on the play Sonata written by Mahesh Elkunchwar in edited book �Sahitya Ani Samaj-Ek Akalan�, Jan. 2017. (ISBN-978-93-85527-94-04)


Dr. (Ms.) Bharati Nirgudkar

1) Edited a book consisting of research & critical article �Sameeksha Sanhita�, Shabdalay Prakashan, March-12. (ISBN-978-93-80617-33-6)

2) Joined University of Mumbai, Dept of Marathi. (as a Professor)


Mrs. Asha D. Kumbhar

1) Presented one research paper in the Workshop on Revised Syllabus

2) Attended 3 National Seminars also attended Workshops on Revised Syllabus

3) Completed Orientation Course