BA(H) | Duration: 3 Years

BA(H) Sociology

BA(H) Sociology

Eligibility:

10+2 or equivalent from a recognized Board/ Council with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade (5% relaxation to SC/ ST/ OBC – Non Creamy Layer).

Selection:

Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview.

Fees:

FEE STRUCTURE 2018-19
Registration & Admission Fees ( To Be Paid Once Only )
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration (To be paid during admission for all courses except for Certificate & Diploma Courses) 20000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money Deposit(Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester wise Payment 33000.00
Yearly Payment 63000.00
One Time Payment for Full Course 170000.00

Programme Overview:

The course in Sociology aims to provide a systematic introduction to the subject and lays emphasis on the theoretical and methodological functions of Sociology. Contributions of eminent Indian sociologists and substantial themes of Indian Society are included in the syllabus. The students will be exposed to divergent perspectives with Sociology and acquire the necessary skills to understand various social phenomena.

Career Opportunities:

Research institutes, the criminal justice system, public health and welfare organizations, private businesses, law firms, international agencies, medical centers, educational institutions, advertising firms, survey and polling organizations are only some of the examples where people from this background are required. On completion of this course one can choose to be an educator, researcher, counselor, consultant, etc. Practicing sociologists who have advanced degrees can also apply for jobs such as research analysts, survey researchers, gerontologists, statisticians, urban planners, community developers, criminologists, or demographers. There is also a great need of sociology in institutions that have projects running in the rural areas and also in NGOs. There are also places like health care, business consultation, central government, state government, education and child welfare where the need of sociologists is rising, etc.