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1 Sociology Semester-I S.No. Paper Theory Seminar Total Marks 1 Course- 1 Classical Sociological Tradition - I Course-2 Methodology of Social Sciences-I Course- 3 Industrial Sociology Course- 4 Criminology Course- 5 Practical Work 100 TOTAL 500 Semester-II S.No. Paper Theory Seminar Total Marks 1 Course- 6 Classical Sociological Tradition - II Course-7 Methodology of Social Sciences-II Course- 8 Industrial Development & Management in India Course- 9 Penology Course- 10 Practical Work 100 TOTAL 500 Semester-III S.No. Paper Theory Seminar Total Marks 1 Course-11 Theoretical Perspective in Sociology Course-12 Social Movement in India Course- 13 Industrial Sociology Course- 14 Criminology Course- 15 Project Reports 100 TOTAL 500 Semester-IV S.No. Paper Theory Seminar Total Marks 1 Course-16 Recent thinkers & Sociological theories Course-17 Comparative Sociology Course- 18 Industrial development & Management in India Course- 19 Penology Course- 20 Project Reports 100 TOTAL 500

2 Sociology I st Semester Paper-I Classical Sociological Tradition Impact of Industrial & French, Revolution on Social Thoughts August Comte-laws of three stages, positivism & hierarchy of sciences Herbert Spencer- Social evolution, Organismic Analogy Karl Marx & Social formation, class struggle, surplus value as alienation Emile Durkheim Social fact, theory or religion, suicide Books Recommended Levis A. Coser - Masters of Sociological thoughts A Morgan Sociological thoughts Raymond Aron- main current in sociological thought Shrivastava & Dwivedi - lekt fokku ds ewy fo Goyal lekftd fodkl

3 Sociology I st Semester Paper-II Methodology of Social Sciences Nature of social phenomenon, Problems in the study of social phenomenon the scientific method, objectivity & subjectivity Concept, fact & theory, social research : nature, types an d steps social research & social survey Research design, Meaning & types, sampling meaning & steps Hypothesis meaning, importance & source of hypothesis Sources of datas- Primary & Secondary Tools & techniques of data collection, questionnaire, interview schedule & interviews. Books Recommended P.S. Young scientific, social survery and research Goode & Hatt method in social research

4 Sociology I st & III rd Semester Paper-III Social change in India Conceptual and Theoretical Frame work a. Concept b. Forms c. Linear Theory d. Cyclic Theory Factors of Social change a. Techno-Economic b. Socio-Psychological c. Cultural and Religious d. Media Trends and Processes of Change in Modern India a. Sanskritization b. Secularization c. Gandhi an d. Globalization Changes in Tribal and Rural India a. Changes in Tribal and Rural Economy b. Changes in Socio-cultural spheres c. Land Alienation d. Welfare Measures and Consequent Changes Changes in Urban and Industrial India a. In Migration and Growth of informal sector, b. Development of Slums c. Development of Criminal Activities d. Welfare measures and Consequent Changes Books Recommended Sinha & khare vks ksfxd lekt'kkl= Miller & form Industrial sociology P. Gisbert Fundamental of Industrial Society Daniel Bell The coming of post Industrial Society A. Etzier Modern Organization

5 Sociology I st & III rd Semester Paper-IV Criminology Criminology meaning, nature, scope, penology Crime and their types, legal & social perspectives, classification of criminals. White collar crime meaning, nature & consequences Juvenile delinquency meaning causes measures taken Changing profile of crime and criminals organized crime, crime against women & children, cyber crime. Corruption, terrorism and naxalism problems and remittance view from different walks of life.

6 Course V Practical Work 1. Practical Base on field work & preparation of tools. Interview schedule and interview guide mark allotted 50(Examined by External and Internal) 2. Viva-voce 50 mark by External and Internal Examiner.

7 Sociology II nd Semester Paper- I Classical Sociological Tradition Max Webber Intellectual background, Ideal type, verstehan, Bureaucracy, protestant ethics & spirit of capitalism. Vilfred Pareto Intellectual background, logical & non- logical action, circulation of elites. P.A. Sorokin Socio cultural dynamics. Thersten Weber Sociology of knowledge, functional analysis, the theory of social change. Karl Manheim Sociology of knowledge, Sociology of planned construction.

8 Sociology II nd Semester Paper- II Methodology of Social Sciences Qualitative methods, observation types, case study methods, narratives, Geneology, content analysis.. Classification & presentation of data graphs, chart & diagrams. Encounters and experience in field, Data processing, Reliability and validity in qualitative research Statistics in Social Research, meaning, uses & limitations, Measures of central tendency; Mean, Median, Mode; Measures of Dispersion; Standard Deviation, Correlation & Tests of Significance, t test. Measurement scale, levels of measurement, salient feature & transformation; Projective technique sociometry.

9 Sociology II nd & IV th Semester Paper- III Industrial development & Management in India Rise of working class in India, industrial development in India, history problems & trends. Problems of public & private sectors in India, works participation in management ; objectives, forms of participation & importance Industrial relations, industrial disputes, its presentation & trade, unions their weakness. Industrial policy 1948, 1956, 1991 Labor legislation in India meaning & Objectives, factories act 1948, Indian mines, legislation, Industrial disputes act 1947, maternity benefit act 1961, contract labor regulate & abolition act 1970, Equal remuneration act 1976.

10 Sociology II nd & IV th Semester Paper- IV PENOLOGY History of prison reforms in India. Theories of punishment retributive, deterrent, reformative, utility & cost of punishment. Correction and its form meaning & significance of correction ; form of correction prison based, community based Correction programmes : educational, vocational, psychiatric, meditation etc. New Delhi model of correction. Correctional administration and prison act over crowding, custodial mindset: lack of Inter agency co-ordination among police, prosecution judiciary and prison. Human Rights (H.R.) and prison management, limitations and prospects of correction, alternatives of imprisonment, probation, parole, open prisons, offer - care and rehabilitation.

11 Course X Practical Work 1 Practical base on Field Work & Preparation of tools Questionnaire. (Mark allotted 50 Examined by External and Internal) 2 Viva-voce 50 mark by External and Internal Examiner.

12 Sociology III rd Semester Paper-I Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Sociological theory ; Nature & typology theory of empiricism, a brief historical review of theoretical thinking in sociology critical sociology structuralism and post structuralism, functional nod - - & post nod Structure Functionalism, Merton, Parsons & Radeliff brown. Conflict theory Marx, Dahendorf, Coser. Social exchange theory ; Howns Blau. Symbolic Interactionism ; mead Blummer & Goffman Books Recommended Allan Wells (ed) : Contemporary sociological theories. P.S. Cohen ; Modern sociological theory M. Francis ; Modern Sociological theory an infrastructure Don Martindale ; The nature & types of sociological theory

13 Sociology III rd Semester Paper-II Social Movement in India Nature and Types a. Characteristics b. Types c. Reasons d. Power, Structure and Social Movement Basis of Social Movement a. Class, Caste, Ethnicity and Gender b. Types of Leadership and relationship between and masses c. Political Institution and Social Movement d. Role of Media in Social Movement Theoretical Perspectives a. Marxian and post-marxian b. Weberian and Post Weberian c. Structural- Functional d. Post Modernist Traditional Social Movement a. Labour and Trade Union b. Tribal c. Peasant d. Nationalist New Social Movements a. Dalit b. Women c. Ethnic d. Environmental

14 Sociology I st & III rd Semester Paper-III Industrial Sociology Industrial Sociology meaning nature, scope, origin & development Evolution of Industrial sociology types of production system, industrial revolution & industrialization Scientific management of human relation approach Organization : nature & types of modern organization, formal & informal relations Post industrial society Books Recommended Sinha & khare vks ksfxd lekt'kkl= Miller & form Industrial sociology P. Gisbert Fundamental of Industrial Society Daniel Bell The coming of post Industrial Society B. Etzier Modern Organization

15 Sociology I st & III rd Semester Paper-IV Criminology Criminology meaning, nature, scope, penology Crime and their types, legal & social perspectives, classification of criminals. White collar crime meaning, nature & consequences Changing profile of crime and criminals organized crime, crime against women & children, cyber crime. Corruption, terrorism and naxalism problems and remittance view from different walks of life.

16 Course - XV Preparation of Tools & Project 1 Preparation of tools for Project Marks alloteed 50 Examined by External and Internal Synopsis. 2 Viva-voce 50 mark by External and Internal Examiner.

17 Sociology IV th Semester Paper- I Recent thinkers & Sociological Theories Michel Foucault; Discourse & power of knowledge Jacques Derrida ; Deconstruction Jean Francois Lyotard Decline of Meta - Narratives Phenomenology & Ethno methodology Alfred, Shutz, Harold Garfinakal, Goffman, P. Berger & T.G. Luckmann Neo sociological theories, the stucturialsation theory, Anthony Giddens, Mxician theory ; habermas and Althusser. Books Recommended,l-,y- nks"kh & vk/kqfudrk,wa mùkj vk/kqfudrk,oa lekt'kkl=h fl)kur A

18 Sociology IV th Semester Paper- II Comparative Sociology Historical and Social Context of Emergency of Sociology in the West a. Emergence of growth of Sociology in West. b. Eurocentric Moorings Western Sociological Tradition c. Americanization of Sociology Central Themes in Comparative Sociology a. Modernity and Development b. Diversity and Multi Culturalism c. Environment d. Globalization Theoretical Concern s in Comparative Sociology a. Problems of theoring in Sociology b. Theoretical and Methodological approaches in Sociology c. Policy Issues : Formulation and Evaluation. Current Debates a. Contextualization b. Indianization c. Use of native Categories d. Criticism Debate on For Sociology of India a. Sociology of India b. Sociology in India c. Sociology for India d. Criticism

19 Sociology II nd & IV th Semester Paper- III Industrial development & Management in India Rise of working class in India, industrial development in India, history problems & trends. Problems of public & private sectors in India, works participation in management ; objectives, forms of participation & importance Industrial relations, industrial disputes, its presentation & trade, unions their weakness. Industrial policy 1948, 1956, 1991 Labor legislation in India meaning & Objectives, factories act 1948, Indian mines, legislation, Industrial disputes act 1947, maternity benefit act 1961, contract labor regulate & abolition act 1970, Equal remuneration act 1976.

20 Sociology II nd & IV th Semester Paper- IV PENOLOGY History of prison reforms in India. Theories of punishment retributive, deterrent, reformative, utility & cost of punishment. Correction and its form meaning & significance of correction ; form of correction prison based, community based Correction programmes : educational, vocational, psychiatric, meditation etc. New Delhi model of correction. Correctional administration and prison act over crowding, custodial mindset: lack of Inter agency co-ordination among police, prosecution judiciary and prison. Human Rights (H.R.) and prison management, limitations and prospects of correction, alternatives of imprisonment, probation, parole, open prisons, offer - care and rehabilitation.

21 Course - XX Project Report (Project Report on Rural and Urban Problems) 1 50 Marks Project report Examined by Internal Examiner. 2 Out of 50 marks allotted for Project Report: Valuation of Project Report and Viva-voce will be Examined by External Examiner appointed by University.

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