School of Social Science

The School of Social Sciences was initiated in the academic year 2009 with a teaching curriculum of M.A. in Economics. The Masters Degree program in Social Work was added to the curriculum of the school in the year 2011. From academic year 2012-13 M.A. in Sociology has been inducted to the school. All the courses are under CGPA pattern with CBCS system

 

Objectives

The primary objective of this school is to uncover various aspects of human life (i.e. social, political, economical, and ethical development etc.) through the teaching-learning process programmed with a University degree. At the present junction of the world, it is necessary to create learned social scientists to assist the planners, administrators and strategists of the world in reducing the social imbalance and maintaining a harmonious environmental order. The School has been gradually expanding its teaching-learning and research activities in this direction.

Our vision is to provide a clear understanding of the basic and intermediate principles of the subjects to the students. So that they can encash the opportunities from Socio-Economic fields and solve the prevalent problems of the society.

 

Features of the school
  • Well designed and comprehensive coursework (including computer application)
  • Periodic evaluation of the curriculum to keep up with the growth in the subject
  • Library having all required books, computer laboratories and classrooms
  • Obligatory project work
  • Exposure to NGOs, Research institutions, administrative and academic reputed institutions by several study visits
  • Academically excelled and competent faculty
  • Reservation policy in admission is applicable as per the State Govt./ Univ. rules/ procedure

 

Scope of Economics
  • Economics is a subject of great interest and demand worldwide from various angles. In India, talent from the field of economics is required for jobs at IES, RBI, NABARD, Financial Institutions, Commercial Banks, Co-Operative Banks and other private and public sector organizations. Knowledge of economics is also required for various competitive examinations.
Scope of Social Work
  • In democratic societies, social welfare has been given prime importance. The basic objective of this course is to acquaint students to social issues, history of social groups, culture, and reforms etc. This course prepares the students to work in government, semi government, nongovernment organizations and the students are engaged in social welfare and rural development avenues.
Scope of Sociology
  • Sociology is a domain under which all knowledge systems are expressed. The understanding of social changes in human habitations and characteristics is significant for any planning and development. Technological advances have been greatly contributing to the changes in social order and performances of the societies. The studies in Sociology will enable the learner to view the social systems in a historicalscientific mind set. The course has a great success story for the students aiming at competitive examinations too.
Curricular and extra-curricular activities of the school
  • Class room teaching with electronic teaching gadgets
  • Tutorials, Class Tests in each paper/ subject
  • Field Work/ Social Work Practicum
  • Project Report Writing
  • Dissertation Work
  • Seminars/Viva-voce
  • Library activities
  • Educational Tours/ visits
  • Computer and Internet learning sessions
  • Guest lectures on important Topics/ issues
  • Participation in National/ State/ Institutional important events
  • School organizing Seminars/ Conference/ workshop/ symposium for students and teachers
  • Departmental survey and data collection/ compilation activities

 

Faculty Improvement activities
  • Research guidance and Trainings
  • Institutional assignment completion
  • Participation Conferences and Seminars
  • Participation in Orientation and Refresher’s courses
Thrust Areas of the Faculty
  1. Mr. Kondekar Sagar Santosh - International Economics
  2. Dr. A. H. Saudagar - Indian Economy, Microeconomics
  3. Mr. S. H. Kadekar - Statistical and Mathematical Economics
  4. Mr. Jaybhaye Anilkumar Vithoba - Sociology of Development Gender and Cultural Studies

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