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B.A. (Sociology and Anthropology)

B.A. (Sociology and Anthropology)

B.A. (Sociology and Anthropology)

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B.A. (Sociology  and Anthropology)

Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
3 Years. Pass in 10+2 in any stream with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. On basis of Personal Interview Rs. 90,000 per year

About the Program

BA Sociology & Anthropology course will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of key sociological and anthropological areas of debate, such as kinship and family, religion and ritual, politics, power and inequality, gender, race and ethnicity.  You will explore sociological and anthropological perspectives on important contemporary issues, such as globalization, post- conflict interventions, migration, terrorism and protection.
With our special emphasis on applying theory to local and international policy and practice, one will develop professional skills in approaching contemporary, real-world challenges.

Job Prospects

  • Web Market Researcher
  • Police Officer
  • Travel Writer
  • Youth Service Coordinator
  • Public Police Analyst
  • Social Service Assistant

Program Structure

Semester 1

  • Introduction to social anthropology
  • People and culture
  • Health, illness and society
  • Rituals and religion
  • Paper 1(Subsidiary Subject)
  • Foundation Course
  • English Language – I
  • Project
  • Proficiency  and Co-curricular Activities

Semester 2

  • Anthropological theory
  • Kinship, Caste & community
  • Economy & society
  • Human evaluation and diversity
  • Paper 2 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Foundation Course II
  • Human, Values & Ethics
  • Employability Skills
  • Environmental Studies
  • Project
  • Proficiency in CO curricular Activities

Semester 3

  • Social research Methods
  • Anthropology of India
  • Crime powers & social Inequalities
  • Introduction to criminology
  • Paper 3 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Project
  • Proficiency in co-curricular Activities

Semester 4

  • Ethnographies
  • Politics, law and state
  • Social Change and development
  • Race & Racism
  • Paper 4 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Project
  • Proficiency in co-curricular Activities

Semester 5

  • Indian Sociology: Urban & Rural
  • Migration & pattern
  • Agrarian Studies
  • Gender & Equality: Challenges
  • Paper 5(Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Project
  • Proficiency in co-curricular Activities

Semester 6

  • Sociology Post Industrial society
  • Population, poverty & Illiteracy
  • Culture Anthropology
  • Globalization & Development
  • Paper 6 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Project
  • Proficiency in co-curricular Activities

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 2

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 3

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%
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