- Research Colloquium: “The Bhopal Catastrophe Narratives: Where Law And Anthropology Meet, But Not Quite” by Prof. Upendra Baxi on 4-Sept-2015
- Second and Final M.Phil. Admission List 2015-16 Session
- Ph.D. Admissions 2015-16: List of Provisionally Selected Candidates
- Orientation Notice for M.Phil. 2015-16 Batch and Introductory classes Time Table for first week
- M.A. Admission Lists 2015-16 Session Sixth list of Non Direct Admission and Seventh list of Direct Admission released
- Time Table: M.Phil 2015 Batch
- Click here for M.A. Time Table 2015-16 Session.
- Click here for the Academic Calendar for 2015-16.
- Click here for Resources on Academic Writing, Referencing and Plagiarism
The faculty of the Department consists of distinguished scholars. They are actively associated with the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) and the UGC.
Under the CAS Program, international and national scholars are invited to spend time at the Department and be part of its ongoing activities and programs. Visiting Fellows meet and take some classes with M.A. and/or M.Phil students, depending on their interests and expertise.
M.A. in Sociology
The M.A. in Sociology is a two-year, full-time course divided into two parts, consisting of four Semesters.
M.Phil. in Sociology
M. Phil. in Sociology is a full time one year research degree course.
Ph.D. in Sociology
Since its inception in 1959, the Ph.D. Programme at the Department of Sociology has produced more than hundred doctorates.
The Department of Sociology is the hub of a number of academic and co-curricular activties
The Sociological Research Colloquium (SRC) is an important institution of the Department to which scholars from other universities both in India and abroad contribute regularly.
The Department of Sociology brings out an occasional paper series.