Ambedkar School of Social Sciences

Ambedkar School of Social Sciences

Prof. Bibhuti Bhushan Malik

Prof. Bibhuti Bhushan Malik
Professor, Dean

Poverty and Social Exclusion Sociology of Ecology and Environment; Sociology of Dalits and Ambedkar Studies; Sociology of Poverty and Economic Deprivation

 Phone: 9415688058,
 E-mail: bbmalik57@gmail.com,

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The Ambedkar School of Social Sciences comprises the following Departments.

















Ambedkar School of Social Sciences (ASSS) was earlier known as ‘School for Ambedkar Studies’ and later ‘School of Ambedkar Studies for Social Sciences’. The School first started with the departments of Economics and History and later added two new departments and one Centre. Most recently, it added one more department. The School started its academic programme in the session 1997-98. It currently has five post-graduate and one undergraduate departments, which include Department of Economics, Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of Sociology, and Department of Public Administration. These departments offer Ph.D., M.Phil. and PG (MA) programmes which have an interdisciplinary orientation. Undergraduate programme is available only in Public Administration. The center of the School is known as Center for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy (CSSEIP). The School is engaged in various endeavors to establish itself as a noted center of excellence in post-graduate teaching and research in Social Sciences. The School has a vibrant academic environment, which is reflected in its teaching, research and other academic activities, such as special lecture, seminar and workshop on issues of great social, economic and political significance

The School intends to further expand its horizon by opening more departments and centers and also network with industry, NGOs and civil society organisations to enrich its academic programmes for increasing opportunities for employment of its products and contribute to social development of the people, particularly the marginalized. Presently, it has the following departments and center

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