Humanities and Social Sciences
The program, Bachelor of Social Sciences (Boss) focuses on the dynamics of social change relating primarily with Sociology, Politics, Anthropology, Economics, Psychology and Philosophies. This program will give a new perspective addressing various issues of social sciences, especially on Sociology, Politics, Anthropology, Economics, Psychology and Environment. Complementing the contributions in various fields of social sciences, it will have a holistic approach to address the dynamics and complexity of social challenges.
Content and Structure
Along with basic, language and research skills pertaining to social sciences, it will contain core subjects of Sociology, Anthropology, Culture, Political Science and Psychology. The course structure also contains subjects correlated with the core from various fields of development, economics, environment etc.
It contains internship as well as project work,
along with electives of three subjects for specialization.
The unique feature of this course is to have the
option of taking foreign language as a part of the program. The 125 credit hour
course will be completed in eight-semester (four-year) cycle.
Students will have opportunities to participate in an internship work in the 7th semester for a minimum of 60 working days under the mentorship of senior professionals at school organizations, research institutions or development organizations.
The internship works count for three credit hours.
How much does an application form cost?
Requirements for admission to BoSS program include minimum 45% in the aggregate in Ten plus two (Higher Secondary Education Board) or equivalent in any stream or at least grade D in three subjects in the Advance Level.
Students have to pass entrance examination comprising of written or oral tests. The written tests will be in Mathematics, English and General Knowledge.
Student will be selected from the merit list prepared on the basis of the scores in 10+2 or Advance level, the written examination and the interview.