Department Sociology n22

Sociology

C. P. & Berar Education Society which is one of the premier and prestigious institutions in Nagpur and Vidarbha. Society College was started on 20 June 1930. College was started with under graduate course, Sociology department was established in the year 1963. Dr. Mukherjee madam was the 1st Head of the department. From 1989 onwards up to 1990. Prof. R. J . Lote ,sir supervised the activities of the Department as a Head. Prof. R.J. Lote, contributed in the field of academics by writing a number of books which have been prescribed by many universities in the state of Maharashtra. Present Head of the department is  Dr. Aravind joshi, since 2006. He is representing many academic and organisational bodies in the field of higher education, such as U.G.C. and NAAC to enhance the quality of higher education.

The Department has grown in leaps and bounds in terms of developing good academic culture and quality education…

Objective of the Department:-

          Sociology majors graduating from College should be able to demonstrate knowledge of the following four learning goals and the related objectives:

GOAL I (core knowledge): the core sociological concepts, such that the student will be able to:

  • compare and contrast a sociological perspective with other scientific perspectives
  • identify the contributions of key figures and events to the historical development of sociology as a scientific discipline
  • identify, define, distinguish and illustrate core sociological concepts (society; social structure; culture; religion; social institutions, e.g., family, economy; social change; social class; status; race; ethnicity; gender; social conflict; deviance; etc.)

GOAL II (theory): the role of theory in sociology, such that the student will be able to:

  • define theory and describe its role in building sociological knowledge
  • Identify, describe and compare the major theoretical paradigms (functionalism, conflict, symbolic interactionism, positivisim, feminism etc.)

Distinguish middle-range theory from theoretical paradigm and describe applications of middle-range theories in the study of specific social institutions and processes

GOAL III (research): the use of empirical evidence in sociology, such that the student will be able to:

  • propose a research design to answer sociological questions or test hypotheses
  • Describe, compare and contrast some of the basic quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches employed to gather social science data e.g., sampling, survey, observation, experiments, interview, secondary data analysis, etc.
  • implement methods of social data collection
  • calculate and interpret descriptive and inferential statistics
  • summarize the content of qualitative data
  • describe and apply the principles of ethical practice required in social research

GOAL IV (communication literacy): the strategies for communicating sociological research and arguments, such that the student will be able to:

  • document writing with citations and bibliographies
  • write a complete account of a social event, topic, issue or problem using sociological concepts, arguments or theories
  • review and critically assess published research papers
  • write annotated bibliographies
  • write a sociological literature review
  • write up a complete research proposal designed to answer sociological questions or test hypotheses

 

 To train students to understand and to interpret objectively the role of social processes, social institutions and social interactions in their lives.

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