Department- Sociology

                                                                                             M.ASOCIOLOGY

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES(PO)

PO1: To promote a commitment to the imporovement about thesocietal understanding and social institutions.

PO2: To educate the students about various sociologicaltheories

PO3: To prepare students to initiate and facilitateinteractions between government and non governmental sectors to provide ethicaland workable solutions to societal needs.

PO4: To educate students to be compassionate and effectiveleaders who humanely manage public welfare programmes

PO5: To translate research into effective practices andachievable, human policies.

PO6: To encourage students to acquire knowledge, skills andcapabilities arising from the need for a more efficient and effective publicadministration.

PO7: To motivate students to utilize the job opportunities.

 

PROGRAMME SPECIFICOUTCOMES

PSO1: To provide the students a deeper and broaderunderstanding of the subject.

PSO2: To enhance their research ability to add new thinkingand concept into its body of knowledge. PSO3: To equip the students for seekingsuitable employment ability.

PSO4: To impart knowledge and develop understanding ofresearch methodology and its application for research relevant to socialproblems

PSO5: To use ethical skills in transparent, accountabledecision making for the common good.

COURSEOUT COME ( SOCIOLOGY)

 

 

         Scc-1

CO-1 Concept about tradition feudal economy out social structure, and Benightment and well as impait ab thinking and reasoning

CO-2 Concept about social static and dynamics, low about three stages, positivesm. 

CO-3 Concept about division about labour in society and theory about suicide.

CO-4  about vilfredo parato and their concept as theory about social change etc.

CO-5 Concept related to social organic, Evolutions

       Scc-2 Philosophical and Conceptual foundation about research methodology.

CO-1: Methodological Perspectives in Sociology. 

CO-2: Learn Concept about social research and problem about social research.

CO-3: Learn about research design.

CO-4: Linder stand about qualitative research.

CO-5: Find out inter disciplinary research.

       Scc-3 Social Chang in India

CO-1: Learn about linear theory and cyclic theory.

CO-2: discuss Cultural and religious Change and also tecnological

CO-3: To understand Sanskritization secularization etc. 

CO-4: about changes in tribal and rural Economy.

CO-5: Understand the regalia activities. 

       Scc-4  

Rural Sociology

CO-1: To Understand Concept of Peasant and agrarian society. 

CO-2: Concept about agrarian and also social structure. 

CO-3: Discuss about rural leadership Panchayati raj as well as five year panis. 

CO-4: Concept at green revolution and land reform.

CO-5: Understand about self help group ek.

SP-1

CO:1 Practical on field work and preparation about tools.

 

CO-2: Learn about interview guide and case study.

 

                                                         SEMESTER – II

SCC-5     Classical sociological thinkers.

CO:1 Under stand about concept of class and class struggle and alienation and also stylops  value

CO:2 Concept  at leisure class and social change.

CO:3 Understand about concept at status, class and power.

CO:4 Understand about pattern variable, social system and also means at Social Control.  

CO:5 Concept about reference group, anomie and parading of furfural analysis.

SCC-6  quantitative research techniques in sociology

CO:1 Concept at sampling.

CO:2  Techniques at survey research.

CO:3 Understanding levels at measurement and sociometry 

CO:4 Importance and li levitation at statics.

CO:5 Social research, act in research and participatory research.

 

 

Scc- 07

Sociology of development

CO:1 Concept about modernization morsist, dependency, alternative  

CO:2 Understand about human indicator indoor, unsustainable development etc. 

CO:3 Concept of five year plan, glaciation.

CO:4 Concept at development and displacement.

CO:5 Concept about gender disclination,   sustainability

 

 

Scc-08                   Indian rural society

CO:1 Concept of tribal society and agrarian society 

CO:2  Concept of migration land alienation, poverty.

CO:3 Concept of heath education changing status at rural woman and inequality.

CO:4 Concept of tebhaga and Telangana movement.

CO:5 Concept of halite movement. 

S.P. 2

CO:1 Field work and preparation at tools.

 

CO:2 Concept and field work at questionnaire interview, schedule, preparation and tabulation. 

 

                                                            SEMESTER – III

Scc – 9 Classical sociological Theories

CO:1 Contribution of comte and Durkheim. 

CO:2 Concept of Contribution of parsons and merton.

CO:3 Concept of contribution at Coser, mary dahrondorf.

CO:4 Contribution of red chlif brown and Levi-Strauss.

CO:5 Contribution of peter blay and George homons.

Scc – 10

Social Movements in India

CO:1 Nature and types of social movement

CO : 2 Class, caste ethnicity and gender, role at media in social movement

CO : 3 Concept at Marxian, and past Marxian, past modernist etc.

CO : 4 Concept at labour and trade union, tribal peasant, Nabilatuk

Co: 5 delit , woman, and Environment

Scc – 11

Perspectives at study to Indian society

CO:1 Textual perspective just like G.S glurye louis demount.

CO 2: Concept of structural factualism m.n  shriniuas  S.C dusey etc.  

CO:3 Approach of study D.P. Mutharjee and a.r. desai.

Co:4 Approach of study aimsdear, and Hardiman.

CO:5 Approach of study N.K. bose surject society. 

Scc – 12 Industry and society

 

CO:1 Concept of classical scientific management .

CO:2 Concept of line and staff organization, personal management.

CO:3 After related faintly. Environment etc.

CO:4 Work ethics, work value motivation to work.

CO:5 Concept of tetrazepam and social structure in in dusty. 

Scc – 13   Criminology

CO:1 Concept of crime legal and sociological.

CO:2 Concept of juvenile delinquency. whit Colour crime 

CO 3: Concept of corruption Types, Causes and Consequences and Cyber Crime

CO:4 Concept of punishment types at punishment.

CO5. Concept of terrorism and its characteristic.

 

                               SEMESTER – IV

Scc – 14  Modern Sociological theories

CO: 1 Contribution at G.H. mead and h. blumer.

CO: 2 Control of pharmacal Contribution at Schutz and berger. 

CO: 3 Contrition at Garfinkel and Goffman. 

CO: 4 Concept of Critical them related to adorn and Habermas.

CO: 5 Concept of post modernity and contribution at Foucault and deride.   

Scc – 15  Comparative sociology

CO: 1 Concept of emergence at grouth at sociology in west and india.

CO: 2 Concept of modernity and tradition, Environment glaciation.

CO: 3 Problem of tearing in sociology. 

CO: 4 Current debates like Indianization.

CO: 5 Concept of sociology in india sociology at india and for india.

Scc – 16  Contemporary issues in industry

CO: 1 Importance of hunar relationship at work. 

CO: 2 Concept of trade unimism in india.

CO: 3 Study of impact at industry on faintly and stratification etc. 

CO: 4 Concept of FDI and third world foreign direct investment

CO: 5 Contenpomy issue just like industrialization and woman labour and child labour.

Scc – 17  Criminology Correctional and admonition

CO: 1 Concept of Socialization family value role at education.

CO: 2 Meanings and signification at correction. Prison based and community Basel.

CO: 3 Concept of antiquated jail manual and prison act and prison offence.

CO: 4 Concept of violence at prisoner’s human right and problem at woman offenders.

CO: 5 Concept and objectives at police types and role at police etc.

S-P3               On Rural and urban problem

CO: 1 Project work based on rural and urban problem.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

B.A. FIRSTYEAR (INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY )

PAPER-I

1.      The Students will be able to acquireknowledge about sociology of basic concept like society, community,institution, Association, group etc.

2.      Students will understand the reasonfor social Institution like marriage, Family and kinship, Culture and society,culture socialization, social control etc.

3.      Students will understand the socialstratification meaning forms and theories.

4.      Students will be able to understandbasic concept of sociology and understand social society development.

5.      Social system and process socialsystem meanings, characteristics and element’s

PAPER-II

1. Students will understand to classical view about Indiansociety like verna, Asharam , Karma, Dharma and purusharth and Indian societystructure like village, Towns, cities.

2.      Students understands about familialproblem of elderly. Live in relationship and youth unrest.

COURSE OUTCOMES

B.A. SECONDYEAR ( Society in Indian)  

PAPER-I

1.      Students will understand the reasonfor Indian society, Classical views, varna system, structure and composition ofIndian society.

2.      To study cause and remedies forincreasing crime and social evils especially with reference to Indian society.

3.      Understanding how differentindividuals Dalits, women , Minorities, Dowry, Domestics violence, Corruptionetc.

PAPER-II

1.      Student will understand the reasonfor social discrimination, Social structure and Anomie, Suicide, Organized andwhite coller crime, Terrorism, Social disorganization etc.

2.      To study about social disorganizationand social change in India and crime.

3.      Understand to Alcoholism and druyaddiction, Beggary in Indian society

4.      A most important by student aboutIndian prison, Role of police in India, Sociology prison etc.

 

B.A. THIRD YEAR

PAPER-I

1.      Understanding the relation betweenTribal society.

2.      Understanding the Tribal economy andeconomic classification of Tribal society.

3.      Understanding about socio culturalprofile of Tribe, schemes of Tribal development, Tribal Problem poverty,illiteracy, indebtedness, agrarian issues and exploitation.

1.      Students will be able to write onoriginal research paper that locates and synthesize  

relevant primary andsecondary sources.

2.      Students understanding about meaningand signification of social Research, Hypothesis, Scientific method,observation, case study  method, contentanalysis etc.

3.      Students understanding about Types ofResearch Historical, descriptive, comparative, exploratory. Experimental

4.      Students will be about to meaning,important and Limitations of social statistics and measures of Central Tendencylike mean, Median and mode. 


Sociology Department Faculties


S NoFaculty PhotoFaculty NameQualificationDepartmentDesignationMobile No
1 Mr. Mukesh Kumar KamleMA(SOCIOLOGY),NETSociologyAssistant Professor8435043426
2 Ritu ChandrawanshiM.A.(Sociology),NET,MPhilSociologyGuest Lecturer7987295623