Department of Sociology
Social Stratification among Muslims, Islamic Movements, Globalization and Culture, Sociology of Religion, Sociology of Health, Social Policy and Development, Research Methodology, Sociology of Education, Correctional Administration, Women`s Studies, Social Gerontology, Sociology of Development, Rural Sociology, Sociology of Marginalized Groups, Sociology of IT, Health and Gender Studies
Varies as per the availability of vacancy positions
A Ph.D. Sociology degree prepares for working in different fields like civil services, academic and research institutions, NGOs, government and private sector agencies, welfare agencies, data analysis and evaluation researcher, etc.
The Ph.D. Programme in Sociology aims to impart critical thinking skills to students and equip them to conduct rigorous research using both qualitative and quantitative research methods to advance the knowledge about society Another aim is the development of an appreciation for a disciplined inquiry, observation and research analysis of the social phenomena.
The purpose is to train future scholars in the fundamental skills of the discipline of sociology. Students will acquire advanced knowledge of sociological theory and research in their chosen areas of specialization within the discipline in order to make a significant and original contribution to the field and disseminate sociological knowledge through publication in scholarly journals and teaching in institutions of higher education.
Upon successful completion of the Ph.D in Sociology Programme, the students have: the capabilities of:
Exhibiting command on the subject matter including general sociological knowledge and its subfields.
Applying knowledge and skills of Sociology in various professions.
Programme Specific Outcomes
To have critical understanding and ability to reflect upon everyday social phenomena.
Ability to create, analyze and explain knowledge.