It’s not only the field of Medicine and Engineering offer better career prospects, the field of Social Sciences and Humanities also do the same, even more than what the field of Science and Technology do. The advent of globalization has completely transformed the scope for Humanities and Social Sciences. Fast growing markets, mushrooming media houses and increased importance for higher education and research have given the Humanities and Social Sciences a further push.
A number of institutes, colleges and universities are offering courses in Humanities and Social Sciences. Now the challenge with the students is to find out the best college in which offers best courses in this subject. They need to do a lot of search to find it out, and to ease their search work, here, we have prepared a list of top colleges in India to study Humanities and Social Sciences.
Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) was established in 1936 and in 1964 the Government of India declared TISS as Deemed university. The TISS majorly focuses on the courses such as Social Sciences and offers doctoral degrees in Management and Labour Studies, Disaster Studies, Development Studies, Education, Gender Studies, Health Studies, Law, Media and Cultural Studies, Public Policy, Rural Development and Social Work.
Loyola College of Social Sciences
The university was founded in 1963 and is affiliated to the University of Kerala and help students to prepare for a PhD in sociology, social work, and management studies. Loyola College of Social Sciences offers degrees in Sociology (MA), Social Work (MSW), Human Resource Management (MAHRM), and Counselling Psychology (MSc), as well as doctoral degrees in Management Studies, Sociology, and Social Work.
Christ University, Bangalore
The Christ University is a private deemed to be university in Bangalore and was founded in 1969. The university has over 18,000 students and more than 800 faculty members. The university offers both nationally and internationally recognized undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes. It provides academic courses in Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Law, Engineering, Business Administration, Commerce, and Management.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Established in 1956 in New Delhi, this college This college has around 2000 students, over 150 faculty, administrative and support staff and offers 16 courses of study. LSR is known not just for its professional courses like Elementary Education and Journalism, but is also renowned for Social Sciences, Humanities and Commerce courses (it offers a B.Sc. Programme in Mathematics and Statistics).