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The program deals with the scientific study of human society, its development, organizations and institutions. Through critical analysis and empirical investigations, students would be able to understand and analyze human social activity, structures and its functions.
XII with minimum 50% marks in aggregate
For Migration from Other Universities:
1) B.A (Hons) Sociology Ist yr. minimum 50% marks or 5.0 CGPA on a 10 point scale
2) 50% or above at XII level in Best Four relevant subjects
Graduates will become innovative learner, independent researcher, leadership skills, entrepreneur and a very good human individual.
Graduates are expected to develop the insight and capacity to design social policies and to bring programme directed social changes
Graduates would acquire the capacity to understand and interpret the social realities and would prove themselves as a change agent for the open communities, Institutions, and organizations
Create a strong knowledge base about social issues and problems
Explain sociological theories and current issues
Develop a critical understanding of social inequality, stratification, exclusion and mobility
Develop ability to have insights about groups and communities of diverse nature
Critical and creative thinking about society/ social phenomena
Instill skills for working with governmental and nongovernmental agencies and organizations
Ability to relate to people’s life and develop empathy to work with them with purpose and sustainability
Become ethical to be a useful part of the civil society and act meaningfully
Inspire and encourage relevant future research and review
Relate to social policies and critically analyze their impact on people
Graduates will be equipped with, to pursue higher education with the insight and capacity to design social welfare projects, working for NGOs, Civil Services.
Graduates will become innovative learner, independent researcher, team leader, entrepreneur and responsible individual.
Graduates will be able to use sociological knowledge and skills to engage with local and global communities for the purpose of social justice.
Identify, Comprehend and Demonstrate a critical sociological understanding of social, cultural, political and economic aspects of life.
Critical understanding of major theoretical approaches and perspectives in sociology.