Department of Sociology

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Name: Dr. Mohita Chaturvedi Sharma

Assistant Professor & Head

Qualification: MA -Sociology, PhD, CBSE - NET

Experience: 08 years 

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Name: Dr. Sweety Mathur

Assistant Professor

Qualification:

M.A [ MERIT ]-2002-2004 [M.D.S UVS ,AJMER ]

M.PHIL [GOLD MEDALIST ]-2005-2006 [RAJ.UVS ,JAIPUR]

UGC NET-DEC [2007]

Ph.D-AWARDED SEPT.2011[RAJ.UVS ]

Experience: 16 years 

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UG Course

B.A. - Pass Course

B.A. - Honours - Subsidiary subject 

Program Outcome: 

  • The primary aim of our curriculum is to provide students with the knowledge and analytic skills necessary to understand social life in an increasingly complex world.
  • The study and analysis of parts of social construction as a detailed study. This is because all other political, economic and educational institutions are affected by the prevailing social order.
  • Use their sociological understanding particularly in their careers or further education.
  • Design and evaluate empirical sociological research.
  • Explain and apply the major theoretical perspectives in sociology.

Career Opportunities:

  • Students with a bachelor’s degree in sociology often secure employment as social researchers, case workers, paralegals, public relations workers, administrators, community organizers, public policy researchers, and data analysts.

 

S. NoName of the ActivityDateCollaborating AgencyObjectiveMethodologyResource PersonOutcome of the Activity
1Showcasing the movie “ The Pursuit of Happyness24th September 2019,Tuesday_____learning more about interpersonal relationshipsShowcasing and Discussion____-acknowledging the relevance of family
       -to be optimistic in life
2Debate on “Triple Talaq Issue:Muslim women- (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act 201912th September 2019, Thursday—---Spreading awareness about women rights Debate competition ____-Awareness about women rights
       -Equality of Gender 
3Deliberation on “Contribution Of IndianSociologists in developing Sociological Thought” 17th October 2019, Thursday—---To enhance public speaking skills along with Conceptual clarity ____- Understanding the contribution of Indian Sociologists to the development of the subject
     Deliberation 
4Deliberation on “Modern sociological Theory”6th February 2021____To enhance public speaking skills along with Conceptual clarity ____-Trace the emergence and development of Modern sociological theories
     Deliberation 
5Visit to Child Oncology ward, BMCHRC9th August 2017, WednesdayBhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Center, JaipurSensitizing students about children suffering from cancer Field visit      ____-being aware about suffering  of others
       -understanding community responsibility
6Poster making Competitionon International Girl Child Day11th October 2017, Wednesday—--- Making the Students  aware about “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” campaignPoster making competition   ____-Spreading awareness about relevance of girl child
       - relevance of educating a girl child
7Visit to an NGO ,” Disha”29th August 2018, WednesdaySentizing about needs of differently abled children Field visit   ____Making students aware about needs of differently abled children
       - spreading awareness about community responsibility
8Poster making Competitionon International Girl Child Day11th October 2018, Thursday____making students realize the relevance of Girl child in societyPoster making competition  ____Gender sensitization  
       -Awareness about the patriarchal nature of our society
9Guest Lecture on “The revival of Sociology of Health during COVID Pandemic15th December 2020, Tuesday____-Sensitizing the students about the “New normal”, Virtual Guest Lecture ____Enlightening the students about the scope of the subject in Health & Medicine
10 One day Workshop on”Social Research & use of Statistical Tools”8th November 2017, Wednesday—----Developing Computing and Communication skills WorkshopDr. Mridula BhatnagerUnderstanding Research  Methodology used in Social Sciences
11 One day Workshop on” Importance of Social Research in Sociology”29th September 2018, Saturday_____Developing Computing and Communication skillsWorkshopDr. Tara SinghalDiscussing why research is important in Social Science
12Visit to “ The Indigo Project”, By NGO , JKSMS, Bagru24th December 2018Jan Kala Sahitya Manch, JaipurHands on conduction of a Small ResearchField Visit___Learning how to conduct a Social Research 
13Powerpoint Presentations(Part1,2019)4th November 2019, Monday____Use of ICT tools for academic understandingUse of ICT Tools ____Assignment based  learning
       -learning to work as a part of a team
14Powerpoint Presentations(Part2,2019)22nd November 2019, Friday_____Use of ICT tools for academic understandingUse of ICT Tools ____Assignment based  learning
       -learning to work as a part of a team
15Powerpoint Presentations(Part3,2019)____Use of ICT tools for academic understandingUse of ICT Tools ____Assignment based  learning
       -learning to work as a part of a team
16Powerpoint Presentations   6th January 2021, Wednesday____Use of ICT tools for academic understandingVirtual               ( Google Meet)_____Assignment based  learning
    ( Part3), 2020     -learning to work as a part of a team
17Guest Lecture on “ Jugen Habermas and his contribution to Social Thought” 16th December 2017____Academic understandingDr. Karunakar SinghConceptual clarity
18“Development of Sociology in India”28th November 2018____Academic understandingDr. S.L SharmaConceptual clarity
19 “Drishtiko” Virtual  an annual skit15th August 2021____Academic understanding Virtual Mode___Highlighting socially relevant issues
20 “Examining the Anthropological Studies on Indian Society and Caste”26th August 2021____ Guest lecture Virtual ModeDr. Neekee Chaturvedi students were made aware of the intricate details of the correlation between anthropological studies and the Indian caste system
21 “The Spark Within: A Positive Approach to Life and Living”25th September 2021____ Guest lecture Virtual ModeDr. Tanjul Saxenato motivate students and to make them realize the importance of positive thinking
22"Malignancies among Women: Myths & Truths"27th October 2021____ Guest lecture Virtual Mode Dr. Nidhi Patniclarified doubts and myths pertaining to cancer among women
23Three day workshop on " Social Research and Statistics" 20th to 22nd December 2021WorkshopVirtual ModeProf.(Retd) Amita SharmaTo provide conceptual clarity about the use of Statics in social research
24 " Future Prospects and Management of Health care Industry in India"25th January 2022IIHMR, Delhi WebinarVirtual ModeDr. Pankaj Talreja & Ms. Divya AggrawalTo make the students aware about the career opportunities available in the Healthcare sector.
Name of student enrolling into higher educationProgram graduated fromName of institution joinedName of programme admitted to
Sant Pyari (2018)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology)- Final
Diya Arora (2019)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Prerna Mathur (2019)B.ANon- CollegiateM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Dimple Garg (2019)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Priyanka Saini (2019)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Komal Dayma(2019)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Varsha Sharma (2019)B.ARajasthan UniversityM.A (Sociology) - Previous
Divya MathurB.ANon- CollegiateM.A (Sociology) - Previous

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