Ministry of Education

English Department

Pakokku University

Department of English

Departmental Information

Department of English is situated at room-201 and room-202, Pinya Hall in Pakokku University. Departmental structure consists of the total (35) staff, including (33) teaching staff and (2) office staff.

            In 2019-2020 academic year, all together (832) students specializing in English are studying. They are (218) first-year students, (160) second-year students, (187) students in third-year and first year (Hons:), (170) students in fourth year and second year (Hons:), (35) students in third year (Hons:) and M.A (Q), 22 M.A first year students and 39 M.A second year students.

Vision, Mission


  • To create good academic atmosphere that can shape students’ and staff’s life skills


  • To produce qualified graduates who can fulfill the local needs of the people in different sectors

Staff List of English Department.

No. Rank Qty
1. Professor 1
2. Associated Professor 2
3. Lecturer 16
4. Assistant Lecturer 12
5. Tutor 2
6. Office Staff 2
                           Sum 35


No. Name Research Name Date Remark
1. Dr. Aung San Oo A Study of Human Nature Found in the Short Story “The Lottery” by Sherley Jackson June, 2012 Mandalay University, Research Journal, Vol 3 (54-60)
2. Dr. Aung San Oo Attitude and Practices of English Language Teachers in Pakokku University December, 2015 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol 6, No 3 (30-37)
3. Dr. Aung San Oo Adapting Communicative Activities in Teaching Poetry to the Situations of Myanmar June, 2016 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol 7, (11-25)
4. Dr. Aung San Oo Cultural Awareness through Symbolism in Fictions by Shirley Jackson September 4 – 7, 2019 The Second National and International Conference on Humanity and Social Science 2019 (29-36) ISBN: 978-974-692-430-6
5. Daw Kyi Kyi San Some Errors Used to be Made by the Students 2013 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol4
6. Daw Kyi Kyi San Advantages of Teaching English Textbook for the First Year Non-English Specialization Students 2015 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol6
7. Daw Yupar Kyaw Phonetic Symbols: A Necessity for Correct Pronunciation December, 2020 Pakokku University, Research Journal
8. Daw Yupar Kyaw The Effect of Using L1 in the EFL Context: Teaching Poetry to Second Year English Specialization Students in Pakokku University June, 2017 Pakokku University, Research Journal
9. Daw Ohnmar Win The Use of Some Reading Strategies by the Tertiary Level Students from Pakokku University December, 2018 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol 9, No 1 (15-24)
10. Daw Ohnmar Win Writing Strategies Used by English Specialization Students: Postgraduates and Undergraduates of Pakokku University December, 2019 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol 10, No 1 (24-35)
11. Daw Ohnmar Win An Investigation into Modality Markers Used in Political Speeches by State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi September 4-7, 2019 The Second National and International Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences 2019 MUDE Myanmar
12. Daw May Nyein Kyaw Study on Some Errors Found in the Tertiary Level Students’ Writing from Pakokku University June, 2017 Pakokku University, Research Journal, Vol 8, No 1
13. Daw May Nyein Kyaw A Study on Some Barriers in Using Collocations for Some Students of Pakokku University 2019 NIC.HUSOC II. The 2nd National and International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences 2019. ISBN: 978-974-692-430-6
14. Daw Lwin Zar Naing Win Overviewing Sound System of Phonetic Symbols for Standard Pronunciation in Proficiency to Accuracy Skill February,  2019 Magway University’s Anniversary
15. Daw Lwin Zar Naing Win Comprehensive Communicative Competence February, 2020 Pakokku University’s Anniversary
16. U Win Lwin Oo A Study of the Impact of MERP on Improving Learners’ Writing Skills   Sagaing Educational University’s Anniversary
17. U Win Lwin Oo The History, Major Classifications and recent attributions to Linguistics: A Review of Burmese Language and Modern Linguistics in Burma    International Conference on Burma/ Myanmar Studies, ICBMs, Mandalay University
18. U Win Lwin Oo Translation Quality Assessment of Fifty Selected works in Myanmar Translation: A Sketch of Contemporary Literary Translation in Myanmar   Pakokku University’s Anniversary