The School of Social Sciences offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Integrated programmes which aim to enable successful candidates being absorbed in respectable positions in both public sector organizations as well as the corporate world. Students are exposed to the social realities, social system, their dynamics and the process of social change therein and at the same time they get an opportunity to internalize own values and attitudes and increase personal effectiveness and grow as a professional.

The course contents have been specially designed to familiarize the students with two most important discipline of present day society - Social Work and Sociology. The knowledge of these two disciplines will enable them to understand the basic socio – economic problems of the people of the society and to find out ways and means to overcome them. Further it will help them to extend a helping hand to emancipate the weaker sections / downtrodden communities of the society from the age. – old exploitation , deprivation and discrimination.

  • BSW – INT MSW
    The core domain and supportive domain designed in this programme will help the learners to understand the role played by the human service professions, societal response, people’s response and individually actor’s response to bring about social change. The humanistic orientation of social work programme provides the learners with personally satisfying experiences which results in their growth, integrity and increased self-awareness.
  • MSW
    The core domain and supportive domain designed in this programme will help the learners to understand the role played by the human service professions, societal response, people’s response and individually actor’s response to bring about social change. The humanistic orientation of social work programme provides the learners with personally satisfying experiences which results in their growth, integrity and increased self-awareness.
  • MA (SOCIOLOGY)
    The program enables one to understand the various sub-systems working in society and the social relationships that exist among the members of the society. It further provides knowledge to identify the socio-economic problems of the people of the society and also suggests their remedial measures. It acquaints the students with sociological concepts, sociological thoughts of the founding fathers and research methodological parameters.

    The course contents would include Classical Sociological Tradition, Research Methodology, Industrial Sociology and Personnel Management, Urban Sociology and Town Planning, Rural Sociology and Community Development, Sociology of Modernization and Development, Political Sociology, Social Psychology, Social Demography, Medical Sociology, Sociology of Communication, Sociology of Science and Technology, Sociology of Globalization, Gender Sociology, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of North-East India etc.