In the emerging global world, technological advancement and economic, global and trans-border mobility are defining the new life style.
The revolutionary impact of technology has enhanced the expanse of Human existence. The diverse societies are compelled to communicate and transact with each other in terms of socio-economic realities of life that led varying effect on human psychology and its complexities. No wonder language learning, industrial economics and industrial psychology have emerged as challenging areas of innovation, research and explorations yet unexplored and newly developed horizons of knowledge are still to be touched.
Indeed learning others language means making oneself enriched and empowered with, learning economics means to be expert in global modern conditions national and international economy to maintain its position in the changing equation of world economy and learning psychology means enhancing ability to have a feel for and get into the complexity of human psyche in emerging techno-global, post-modern world. In the making of knowledge society, in resolving globalizing tensions and conflicts in promoting understanding, language, economics and psychology work as a formative force to retain applicability and stability in variety of careers. In planning its academic charter Motherhood University, Roorkee has recognized the importance of English, Communication, Sociology, Psychology and other subjects with construction of the concerned departments.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Motherhood University, Roorkee imparts Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses in the following areas:
The eligibility criteria for admission to any of the academic programmes shall be as mentioned below:
|Name of the programme||Duration||Eligibility Qualifications||Percentage Criteria|
|B.A.||3 years (6 semesters)||Passed 10+2/Intermediate in any discipilne||45% for General/OBC category and 40% for SC/ST category|
|M.A.(Economics/Sociology/ Political Science)||2 years (4 Semesters)||Passed graduation in relevant discipline||45% for General/OBC category and 40% for SC/ST category|