JPS (Journalism, Political Science, Sociology)
The Journalism course is specially designed to give the students an overall idea towards the subject. It aims at making students more competent for a career in print, Electronic, online and other related areas like Advertising, PR, Film making etc. There are eight core papers in journalism, which covers different areas of Journalism and Mass Communication. The theory papers are intended to give the student a deeper understanding of the subject and field. The practical and skill-based papers will go a long way in equipping them for the carrier. It is perceived that, the course based on understanding of various subjects, gives a journalist viewpoint in evaluating the issues, and write meticulously, in the suitable circumstance with accurate view for the readers.
The Dept. of Political Science combines classroom teaching with exercises that provide students with political exposure/ Current affairs Class lectures are supplemented with audio-visual aids, models, demos, project work, group discussion and seminars. Students gain scrupulous knowledge of political theory on one hand, and the application of political principles on the other. This approach equips students to understand the shades of political dynamics. The stress on virtues in Political beliefs and Enunciate techniques of proficiency in management and administration. While Perceiving Regional, National and International Political equations and understanding its impact. The Subject encourage Nurturing Political leaders with a sense of probity, integrity and service ability and stirring Political consciousness and involvement in Political affairs, which will help in preparing students for competitive examinations Civil Service.
Sociology is the scientific study of social behavior, including its origins, development, organization, and institutions. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, social disorder and social change. Many sociologists aim to conduct research that may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, while others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes.
The course offers 8 papers in all. It gives the students a deeper understanding about the society focusing on Indian social institutions, social movements, social problems, and gender issues through a research paper in order to create analytical and critical thinking.
Eligibility criteria for the courses
1. SSLC or 10th Standard or its equivalent marks card (Original)
2. PUC or 10+2 marks card (Original)
3. Caste certificate (if required Original)
4. Transfer Certificate (Original)
5. Migration certificate for the students coming from outside Karnataka and CBSE/ICSE Students (Original)
6. 6 Passport size and 2 stamp size colour photographs.
7. The students belong to SC/ST and other categories should submit photo copies of caste certificate, income certificate while applying for students scholarships.
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