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FBSS Faqs

FAQs- FBSS

Q.1  What all programs does the faculty offer and what is the duration and fee of the programs?

We offer three undergraduate, three postgraduate, one postgraduate diploma and two doctoral programs at  Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Courses Duration Fee (in Rs.)/ Year
BA/BSc in Liberal Arts 3 Years 1,26,000
BA (Hons) in Political Science 3 Years 1, 26,000
BA (Hons) in Sociology 3 Years 1,26,000
MA Public Policy and Administration 3 Years 1,16,000
 BA /B.Sc(Hons) in Economics 3 Years 1,26,000
BA/BSc(Hons) in Applied Psychology 3 Years 1,26,000
MA/M.Sc(Hons) in Economics 2 Years 1,16,000
MA/M.Sc in Applied Psychology 2 Years 1,16,000
Masters of Social Work 2 Years 1,16,000
PhD in Psychology, Economics, Social Work 4 years 1,40,000 (including one time payable course fee, registration fee in the first year)

70,000 (thereafter from the second year)

Q.2 What is the process of admission to the program?

Candidate needs to fill an on-line form at our website www.mru.edu.in with the prescribed fee. After accepting the form, the university will intimate the candidate about the MRNAT examination date and place. After clearing the MRNAT candidate appears for the group discussion and personal interview. First preference will be given to MRNAT and second preference to marks in qualifying examination.

Q.3 What is the eligibility criteria, and selection process for the programs?

Courses Eligibility Criteria
BA/BSc in Liberal Arts Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
 BA/B.Sc(Hons) in Economics Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
BA/BSc in Liberal Arts Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
BA (Hons) in Political Science Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
BA (Hons) in Sociology Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
MA Public Policy and Administration Minimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination
BA/BSc(Hons) in Applied Psychology Minimum aggregate 50 % in class XII examination
MA/M.Sc. in Economics Minimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination
MA/M.Sc in Applied Psychology Minimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination
Master of Social Work Minimum aggregate 50 % at undergraduate level examination

Q.4 Do we need to submit the original certificates on the day of admission?

There is no need to submit original certificates but candidate must produce original certificates/documents on the day of admission for their verifications, failing which candidate shall not be considered for admission. Two sets of self-attested copies of the certificates/documents are required to be submitted at the time of physical counseling. More details may be available in the admission brochure.

Q.5 What are the major differentiators of the courses offered by FBSS?

  • We shape our students by the core values of academic freedom, open-mindedness, experimentation, creativity, innovation, dependability , optimism, resilience and service to others by aligning them to the needs of the real world and job market with an orientation to a holistic education being in line with the National Education Policy
  • Our educational approach is one that focuses on and looks at alternatives for critical contemporary issues , critical thinking, creative learning with experiential pedagogy, prioritizes humanity and culture, ethics and values, gender equality, community service and social responsibility and places collaborative project based experiential learning at the center of the educational experience
  • We shall enable students to understand , contribute to and succeed in a rapidly changing society with intelligence, sensitivity and concern thus making the world a better and more just place

Q.6 What is the structure of FBSS

The faculty comprises academic departments and associated research centers as follows:

  1. Department of Applied Psychology
  2. Department of Economics
  3. Department of Social and Political Studies
  4. Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences

Q.7 What are the career opportunities after getting degrees from FBSS?

FBSS offers discipline specific as well as interdisciplinary programs. The opportunities after obtaining the degrees from different disciplines are as follows:

Economics– Study of economics opens up career opportunities in both the government and private sectors. It provides ample scope and prestigious positions nationally and internationally. Well-trained economists are placed across the government sector including the Indian Economic Service and Reserve Bank of India Officer, corporate firms like TCS/IBM/HSBC and many more, research institutes (National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, National Council of Applied Economic Research, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, and several premier institutes in country under the Indian Council of Social Science Research), international development agencies (UN organizations and World Bank groups), non-governmental organizations, banking/financial sector and several academic institutions. In the job market, there is an increasing demand for economic analysts, researchers and consultants.

Psychology– The students have successful careers in hospitals, clinical settings, working in school and colleges as counselors and also in corporate sectors as trainers and specialists in psychological assessments as well as in higher academic positions.

Social and Political Studies– It aims to develop critical insight among the students to apprise social and political studies using the lense of liberal arts, sciences, political science, sociology, anthropology, public policy and social work. We intend to develop student’s personalities through the inculcation of democratic and humanitarian values along with critical thinking and experiential learning.  The pedagogy is structured in a way that strikes a balance between theoretical underpinning with concurrent field work in a social welfare organization, social and political studies. The Department offers placement and internship opportunities with all leading organizations from think tanks, civil society, international and national organizations, donor organizations, banks, consultancies, civil society, academia, central and state government organizations, and the developmental sector.

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