UG- JUNE 1965
PG- JUNE 2004
|External Member||Mr. Bharat Kumar Dahihande,
Chairman, Active Friends Circle (NGO)
S. S. Sangare
|Student Representative||Kunal Kalambate|
B A in Sociology
M A in Sociology
Certificate Course in Basic Life Skills for Social Life
|Class||Semester||Course Nomenclature||Type (Optional, Elective, Compulsory, etc)|
|F.Y.B.A.||Pr.I Sem I||Foundation of sociology||Compulsory|
|Pr.I Sem II||Fundamentals of sociology||Compulsory|
|S.Y.B.A.||Pr. II Sem III||Indian Society: structure and change||Compulsory|
|Pr III Sem III||Contemporary Issues In Indian Society||Compulsory|
|Pr. II Sem IV||Sociology of Development||Compulsory|
|Pr. III Sem IV||Emerging fields in Sociology||Compulsory|
|T.Y.B.A.||Sem V||Social Theory||Compulsory|
|Sem V||Understanding Agrarian society||Elective|
|Sem V||Sociology of gender||Elective|
|Sem V||Environment and society||Elective|
|Sem V||State Civil and Social movement||Elective|
|Sem V||Quantitative social research||Compulsory|
|Sem VI||Theoretical Anthropology||Compulsory|
|Sem VI||Development and change in Agrarian||Elective|
|Sem VI||Gender and Society in India||Elective|
|Sem VI||Environmental Concerns in India||Elective|
|Sem VI||Sociology of Marginalized group||Elective|
|Sem VI||Qualitative Social Research||Compulsory|
|Class and Semester||Course Nomenclature||Type (Optional, Elective, Compulsory, etc)|
|MA. I Semester I||Classical Sociological Theory||Compulsory|
|Competing Perspectives on Indian Society||Compulsory|
|Classical Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology||Compulsory|
|Methodologies of Social Research||Compulsory|
|MA. I Semester II||Contemporary Sociological Theory||Compulsory|
|Marginalized Groups and Communities||Compulsory|
|Contemporary Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology||Compulsory|
|Theorizing Development and Globalization||Compulsory|
|MA. II Semester III||Environment and Society||Elective|
|Family, Marriage and Kinship||Elective|
|Gender and Society||Elective|
|Rural Sociology in India||Elective|
|Tribes in India||Elective|
|MA. II Semester IV||Reading and Writing in the Social Sciences||Ability Enhancement Courses|
|Sociology of Social Movements||Interdisciplinary Courses|
|Dissertation||Project based Courses|
|Program code||Program name||Course code||Name of the new course||Course objectives|
|BA SEM- I||UASOC 101||Foundations of Sociology||
|SEM- II||UASOC102||Fundamentals of Sociology||
|SEM-III PR-II||UASOC 301||Indian Society: Structure And Change||
|UASOC302||Contemporary Issues In Indian Society||
|UASOC401||Sociology Of Development||
|UASOC402||Emerging Fields In Sociology||
|SEM-V PR- IV||UASOC 501||Social Theory||
|SEM- V PR- V||UASOC A 502||Sociology Of Agrarian Society||
|SEM-V- PR-VI||UASOC 503||Sociology of Gender||
|SEM-V- PR-VII||UASOC B 504||Urban Sociology||
|SEM-V- PR-VIII||UASOC D 505||State, Civil Society and Social Movements||
|SEM-V- PR-IX||UASOC 506||Quantitative Social Research||
|SEM- VI PR- IV||UASOC 601||Theoretical Anthropology||
|SEM-VI-PR-V||UASOC A602||Development and Changes in Agrarian Society||
|SEM-VI-PR-VI||UASOC 603||Gender and Society in India: Emerging Issues||
|SEM-VI-PR-VII||UASOC B 604||Urnanisation In India: Issues And Concerns||
|SEM-VI-PR-VIII||UASOC D 605||Sociology of Marginalised Groups||
|SEM-VI-PR- IX||UASOC 606||Qualitative Social Research||
|Analysis of Teacher’s Feedback about Curriculum|| 90 % teachers say that prescribed reference books are easily available in the library.
60% teachers say that current curriculum is favorable to give sufficient time to take extra efforts on academically poor students.
60% teachers say that available time duration is sufficient to teach entire curriculum.
90 % teachers say that curriculum provides the advanced knowledge of the subject.
100% teachers say that curriculum is useful for the job opportunities.
90% teachers say that some points can be taught by using video lectures.
|Analysis of Student Feedback about Curriculum|| 100% students say that curriculum is easy to understand.
100% students say that semester pattern is convenient to learn.
70 % students say that syllabus is designed logically.
60 % students say that current syllabus is useful to provide job opportunities.
100% students say that curriculum is completed within prescribed within duration.
70% students say that some points in the curriculum are taught with the help of video lectures.
|Analysis of Parent’s Feedback about Curriculum|| 80 % Parents agree with the Syllabus of the course being studied by their ward is as per their expectations.
90% Parents agree that the course will prove helpful for having employment in future.
90% Parents agree that the library and other learning resources are adequate
|Analysis of Alumni Feedback about Curriculum|| 70% alumni say that syllabus is vast & challenging.
60 % alumni say that 85 to 100% syllabus was covered in the class.
70 % alumni say that library material for the course is adequate.
60 % alumni say that their degree course has 50 to 75% employability
|Academic Year||Research Title of the Project||Principal Investigator||Funding Agency||Grants sanction||Grant Received||Remark|
|Nov-2014||Impact of nirmal gram puraskar in the villages of ratnagiri taluka : a sociological study.||Mr. UKARANDE S.A||BOS, University of Mumbai, Mumbai.||30,000/-||30,000/-||Completed|
|2016-17||Contribution of Jalayukta Shivaar Abhiyan in solving water problems in Ratnagiri Tahasil.||Mr. Sangare Sachin Suresh||University of Mumbai||30,000/-Thirty thousand only||30,000/-||Completed|
|Academic Year||Name of the student||Achievement||Area||Remark|
|2012-13||Miss. Bhabal Dipali Prakash||First rank in MA Sociology||University of Mumbai|
|2013-14||Miss. Jadhav Kavita sunil||First rank in MA Sociology||University of Mumbai|
|2014-15||Miss. Nalawade Padmaja Digambar||First rank in MA Sociology||University of Mumbai|