Specializations available in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

  1. Applied Psychology: The application of the psychological methods and findings of scientific psychology to solve practical problems and behavioral issues of humans is called applied psychology.
  2. Archaeology: The study involving surveying prehistoric sites using a variety of methods, including field walking, geophysical surveys and aerial photography & work on field excavations or digs, analysis of artifacts and other physical remains in order to understand human history.
  3. Economics: The study of the social behaviour in order to understand the consumption of the resources, its demand and strategies to meet the demands through supply is called Economics.
  4. Education: Economics is the study of how society uses its limited resources. Economics is a social science that deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
  5. Family & Child Welfare: The study of critical and analytical tools that focuses on family systems, human development and family studies, child protection in order to look after the welfare of children and family and development of a community
  6. Geography: The study of the features of the natural environment, such as landforms, climates, soil, natural hazards, water and plants and how they relate to humans as well as distribution of the population and resources and political and economic activities.
  7. History: The study of past events concerning the human societies and communities with respect to their cultural, political, social and economic development across time and space is called History. It is an insight of how the present day society has evolved and helps to understand the future development of the society.
  8. Industrial Relations & Personal Management: The Study of the employment relationship; that is, the complex interrelations between employers and employees, labour/trade unions, employer organizations and the state for smooth working and mutually beneficial relationships.
  9. Journalism & Mass Media: As the name itself suggests, Journalism & Mass Media deals with a wider range of media to ‘communicate’ different stories, messages, facts or statistics to the public.
  10. Languages: The study of a particular language in order to gain deeper insights into the culture and literature of a specific community or society and to enhance one’s verbal and written form of any language. The study includes study of Indian languages like Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Tamil, etc. and foreign languages like English, French, German, Spanish, Arabic, etc.
  11. Literature: The study of Literature typically allows students to study literary texts in forms of Prose and Poetry from throughout history.
  12. Linguistics: Linguistics is a major that gives you insight into one of the most intriguing aspects of human knowledge and behavior. Majoring in linguistics means that you will learn about many aspects of human language, including sounds (phonetics, phonology), words (morphology), sentences (syntax), and meaning (semantics).
  13. Museology: The science of organizing, arranging and managing museums and exploring the history of museums and their role in society, as well as the activities they engage in, including curating, preservation, public programming, and education.
  14. Philosophy: The study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, values, reason, mind, language and existence of self and universe and the inter relationship between them.
  15. Physical Education & Yoga: The discipline that aims at providing people with learning experiences that enable them to develop physically, morally, intellectually and socially by practicing Yog, pranayam and meditation and physical exercises.
  16. Political Science: The scientific study of the origin, development, and operation of political systems as well as researching and analyzing political ideas, ideologies, institutions, processes and behaviour, governments, policies, political trends, and related issues.
  17. Psychology: The study of working with people who have life adjustment problems or emotional disorders or mental illness in order to provide therapy to them to live a better and smooth life.
  18. Public Administration: The study that helps individual manage public agencies, setting up the budget, developing policies and legislation, implementing policies, determining public needs, etc.
  19. Social Work: The study of helping communities, groups, and individuals restore or enhance their capacity for living in favorable social conditions through education and skill development and contribute for the upliftment of people suffering homelessness, poverty, violence, abuses, and diseases like cancer, AIDS, etc.
  20. Sociology: The scientific study of society, patterns of social relationships and interaction among them and various societal cultures.

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