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2. Successful completion of 18 courses individually carrying 3 credit hours each and writing of thesis of 6 credit hours. 3. Securing a minimum CGPA of 2.20 for completion of the program. 4. Passing a comprehensive examination on the completion of course work. 5. Any future changes/ amendments in the scheme and courses of reading will be incorporated by approval of the respective bodies. BS (4-Year) Division of seats See the relevant chart at the end of prospectus. Computation of Merit BS (4-Year) Program The merit will be determined according to the criteria laid down by the university. M.Sc. (Morning/Evening) Division of seats See the relevant chart at the end of prospectus. Computation of Merit M.Sc. Program The merit will be determined according to the criteria laid down by the university. M.Phil. Program Introduction Sociology is the Scientific study of Human beings with their relation to others, which is the first step of Collective life in the society. It also deals with the systematic observations of different Social Processes and Social phenomena. This subject deals with the comprehensive methodological studies of basic Social Institution of Society to understand the situation of men interdependence on others to promote the Social group life. It attempts to comprehend human nature and hence basic research in this field helps us to improve the quality of human lives and establish a healthy society which is based on the principles of justice and equity. There has been a terrific demand for starting classes in M.Phil Sociology as this facility was not available in this whole region. So, in order to promote the research on various local and national issues and keeping this demand in a view, the Department of Sociology introduced M.Phil program in 2004. This postgraduate study and research program is running successfully under the semester system and classes are being held in the evening in the premises of the Department with a total duration of four semesters (Two Years). First two semesters comprise taught course work and the last two are fixed for thesis. The candidates after obtaining degrees are serving in various governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Admission Criteria As per University Rules. Computation of Merit Merit shall be determined as per the University rules. Division of seats See the relevant chart at the end of this prospectus —————————————————— Scheme of Studies available with the Department ——————————————————
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59 Prospectus Year 2015 Department of Applied Psychology Established: 2000 Academic Programs: BS M.Sc. (Morning & Evening) M.Phil. Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychology Enrollment: See the relevant chart at the end Prerequisites: For BS F.A./F.Sc./I.Com. or equivalent with minimum 2nd Division For M.Sc.
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