(Annual System, English/ Hindi/ Punjabi Medium)
The two year master’s degree programme in sociology is designed for open and distance learning to provide advanced sociological knowledge, perspectives and skills to a wide cross section of students who are unable to access and also who doesn’t have enough time for the regular course. The purpose of this course is to introduce the basic concepts, methods and theories of sociological. Students will be introduced to the sociological perspective and will be presented with a set of core sociological concepts and tools to examine the social world and explore social issues. The course contents focuses on the concepts and theories of sociological, social research methods, social research methods, social stratification and social mobility, rural and urban societies in the contemporary India. In addition, courses at this level are also concerned with the problems relating to globalization, development, mass media and social change.
Broadly, three orientations can be described/ defined with reference to the teaching of sociology.
Min. Duration 2 Years Max. Duration 5 Years
Graduation in any discipline or equivalent
Eligibility, admission criteria or any other condition mentioned here in or otherwise for admission to any programme is subject to change as prescribed by the university and/ or any concerned statutory body.