At the end of the course the students will be able to

I Semester

Principles of Sociology (Part-1)

  • Explain the classical and theoretical frame-work of society.
  • Learn to apply this theoretical base in the understanding of contemporary society relating to the Historical Model.

II Semester

SOC 2.1
Sociological Study of Indian Society

  • Identify the pillars of Indian society that is Family System, Caste System and the village community.
  • Trace the historical background and the transitions in the different eras (Ancient, Medieval and Modern periods).

III Semester

SOC 3.1
Principles of Sociology (Part-2

  • Understand the broader spectrum of Theoretical Sociology in Understanding society.

IV Semester

SOC 4.1
Social Problems in Indian Context (Part-1)

  • Identify the major contemporary social problems in India and compare it at the global level thus enabling the students to broaden their understanding of the Indian society and rest of the world.
V Semester

Social Problems of Indian Context (Part-2) (core)

  • Recognize the major social issues threatening the stability of human society both theoretically and practically (in the form of projects and seminar papers.)

Sociology of Education: (Elective)

  • Understand the basics of education in relation to society and also have a purview from a sociological perspective. This also helps students wanting to pursue B.Ed course in the future.

Rural Sociology (Elective)

  • Understand the Rural Society and its culture.
  • Understand the historical back ground on emergence of urban sociology as a discipline. (A holistic approach is exposed to students.)
VI Semester

Research Methodology(Core)

  • Recognize the various Methods and Techniques in social science which will be taken further at the postgraduate level.


Urban Sociology (Elective)

  • Describe urban, urbanism and urbanization in its entirety.

Industrial Sociology (Elective)

  • Explain the Modern industry, industrialism and industrialisation with sociological approach, applying the historical model.