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1 Student Handbook wegmgm (Abvm ) : 4 eqi gqvw` cövmövg Bachelor of Social Science (Honors) : 4-Year Program mgvrzë Sociology mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq MvRxcyi-1705 School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages Bangladesh Open University Gazipur-1705

2 Published by Publishing, Printing and Distribution Division Bangladesh Open University Gazipur First Edition : March 2019 Copyright : Bangladesh Open University Creative Commons Any part of this document may be reproduced without permission but with attribution to the Bangladesh Open University and the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages. Cover Concept Zahangir Alam Zahid Cover Design Kazi Saifuddin Abbas Page Layout and Compose Mohammed Jakirul Islam Sarker Graphics Md. Ruman Robin Printed by D.S Printing and Packaging 234/D, Elephant Road, Dhaka.

3 evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq mywcöq wkÿv_x e ` DcvPv h i ï f Qv evyx evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj cwipvwjz wegmgm (Abvm ) mgvrzë wel q fwz niqvq Avcbv `i AvšÍwiK Awfb `b Rvbvw Q Avcbviv Rv bb, evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq ` ki GKgvÎ cvewjk wek we` vjq, hlv b Dš y³ I `~iwkÿy (ODL) c wz Z wkÿv cö`vb Kiv nq GB c wz Z wkÿv_x e ` PvKwi, e emv Ges M n vjx `vwqz cvjb K ii wb Ri wkÿv Rxeb K GwM q wb Z cv ib we kl K i hviv Kg myweavcövß, Av_ -mvgvwrkfv e AmyweavRbK Ae vq Av Qb A_ev wewfbœ ckvq wbhy³ Av Qb, Zv `i wkÿvi Rb evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq GKwU Av`k wek we` vjq evsjv ` ki h Kv bv `ym g v bi GB wek we` vjq D P wkÿvi Av jv cuš Q w` Z cv i evsjv ` k D P wkÿv g~jz cö_vmz wek we` vj qi K vmiæ g mxgve GKRb wkÿv_x K c~y Kvjxb wkÿv_x wn m e D P wkÿv MÖnY Ki Z nq G Z wecyj msl K m vebvgq D P wkÿvcöv_x wkÿvi AwaKvi _ K ewâz _ K h Zb evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj cwipvwjz weg (Abvm ) : evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr; wegmgm (Abvm ) : mgvrzë, ivóªweávb Ges GjGjwe (Abvm ) cövmövg D Pwkÿvi Øvi D š vpb K i Q wkÿv_x e ` GLv b wwwruvj c wzi m e v P my hvm MÖnY K i YMZ gvbm úbœ wkÿvmön Yi my hvm cv Qb we kl K i wkÿv_x MY AbjvBb Ges AdjvB b wkÿv mev cv eb hgb, gyw`ªz eb, B-eyK, iwwi cövmövg, Uwjwfkb cövmövg, wkÿvg~jk G vcm&, I qe wuwf, I qe iwwi, B UviGw±f fvipzqvj K vmiæg (IVCR) mv cvu Ges jvwb s g v br g U wm g (LMS) BZ vw` myweavw` e envi K i wkÿvmöny Ki Z cvi eb Avwg Avkv Kwi, evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq _ K wwwmöcövß n q wbr wbr Kg ÿ Î hgb `ÿzv `Lv Z cvi eb, AvšÍR vwzk cwigð ji mybvg Qwo q w` Z cvi eb Avwg AviI Avkv Kwi, wkÿv_x e ` mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji gavex, hvm Ges cövá wkÿkm Yi m ½ GKwU fv jv mgq KvUv eb Ges wkÿvi Av jvq Av jvwkz n eb Avcbv `i mvdj Kvgbvq, Aa vck W. Gg G gvbbvb

4 evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq wcöq wkÿv_x e ` cöv-dcvpv h i ï f Qv evyx Avwg R b Avbw `Z h evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi wkÿv_x `i `xn w` bi `vex c~iyv _ mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj weg (Abvm ): evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr; wegmgm (Abvm ) : mgvrzë, ivóªweávb Ges GjGjwe (Abvm ) cövmövg Pvjy K i Q D³ cövmöv gi Mwe Z wkÿv_x `i Avwg mv` i eiy KiwQ Avwg Avkv Kwi, GB cövmöv gi wkÿv_x wn m e Avcbviv YMZfv e mg D PZi wkÿv jvf Ki eb KviY Dš y³ wek we` vjq ` ki GKgvÎ Dš y³ I `~iwkÿy cvewjk wek we` vjq hlvb _ K wkÿvi AwaKvi ewâz ckvrxwe, RÛvi, ÿz`ª b Mvôx, eqm wbwe k l ` ki mkj RbMY wkÿvi my hvm cv Qb Dš y³ wek we` vjq D PZi wkÿvµg ˆZwi Kivi mgq YMZgvb iÿv K i wegmgm (Abvm ) mgvrzë wel q Avcbviv K vm iæg Ges `~iwkÿ Yi Dfqwea my hvm-myweav wb q cov jlv Ki Z cvi eb evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji wkÿkgðjx ^ ^ wel q AZ ší AwfÁ, cvi`kx I cövá K vm iæ g ev AbjvB b Avcbviv Zuv `i mivmwi ZË veav b cvv µg m úbœ Ki Z cvi eb Avwg Avkv Kwi Avcbviv evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi wkÿvµg _ K DcK Z n eb Ges ev ÍeRxe b Zvi cöwzdjb NUv eb Avcbviv R b Avbw `Z n eb h, Dš y³ wek we` vjq wkÿvkvh µg cwipvjvbvq cöhyw³i mnvqzvq eø ÛW (Blended) jvwbs wm g Pvjy K i Q G Qvov, G wek we` vjq I cb GWz Kkbvj wi mv m i e e v, B-ey Ki cöez b, gvb µv GmwW Kv W i gva g gvevbj dv b cvv-mvgmöx mieivn, BDwUDe, evd wude (BOUTUBE), I qek vg Uwjwfkb, I qek vg iwwi Ges AwWI I wfwwi-gi gva g cvv mvgmöxi mieiv ni GK hymvšíkvix c` ÿc MÖnY K i Q hv D Pwkÿvi ÿ Î GKwU gvbj djk wn m e we ewpz mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj-gi wwb Ges Ab vb wkÿkgðjx huviv wkÿv_x `i Rb GKwU weávbm Z Handbook ˆZwi K i Qb, Zuv `i ab ev` RvbvB Avcbv `i ïf Kvgbvq Aa vck W. Lv `Kvi gvkv Ïg nv mb

5 evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq UªRviv ii ï f Qv evyx wcöq wkÿv_x e ` evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj q Avcbv `i ^vmzg evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji weg (Abvm ) : evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b Ges BmjvwgK vwwr; wegmgm (Abvm ) : mgvrzë, ivóªweávb Ges GjGjwe (Abvm ) cövmöv gi wkÿv_x `i nv Z GKwU mg Handbook cö`vb Kiv n Q R b Avwg mwz B Avbw `Z KviY GB Handbook-G i q Q weg (Abvm ) : evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr; wegmgm (Abvm ) : mgvrzë, ivóªweávb Ges GjGjwe (Abvm ) cövmöv gi wewa weavb I wm jevm hvi gva g wkÿv_x MY AaxZ welqv`x m ú K Rvb Z cvi eb wegmgm (Abvm ) mgvrzë wel qi GKRb wkÿv_x cö_vmz K vmiæg wfwëk e³ Zv hgb ïb eb wvk Zgwb D y³ wek we` vjq-gi ˆewkó Abyhvqx AbjvBb myweavmn AwWI-wfwWI cövmöv gi gva g wkÿv AR b Ki Z cvi eb GKRb wkÿv_x Zvi AaxZ welq Ges evdwe m ú K GK br i GKwU aviyv cv eb evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq cö_vmz wek we` vj qi P q GKwU e wzµgx cöwzôvb, hlv b wkÿvmz-cö KŠk ji gva g wkÿv_x `i wkÿvcö`vb K i _v K G wek we` vj qi wkÿkmy Z_ cöhyw³i gva g cvv AwaKZi úófv e cö`vb Ki Z cv ib Avwg Avkv Kwi wegmgm (Abvm ) mgvrzë cövmöv gi wkÿv_x MY mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji AwfÁ wkÿkgðjxi KvQ _ K YMZ wkÿv cv eb hv Zuv `i ÁvbZvwË K I e envwik Rxe b Kv R jvm e Avwg mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji wwb Ges wkÿkgðjx K GKwU mg qvc hvmx I gvbm úbœ Handbook ˆZwii Rb AvšÍwiK ab ev` Rvbvw Q G ai bi Handbook wek we` vj qi wkÿvkvh µ g DuPz gv bi cöwzdjb wn m e cöwzfvz n e Avwg wkÿv_x Ges wkÿkgðjx mk ji mvdj Kvgbv KiwQ Aa vck W. AvkdvK nv mb

6 evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq wcöq wkÿv_x e ` ww bi ï f Qv evyx evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vj qi mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj ïiæ _ KB mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv welqk wewfbœ iæz c~y cövmövg cöez bi gva g gvbem ú` Dbœq b AMÖYx f~wgkv i L P j Q RvZxq cö qvr b fvlv `ÿzv AR bi j ÿ wzbwu we `wk fvlv (Aviwe, Bs iwr Ges PvBwbR)-i Dci cövmövg Pvjy K i Q mvgvwrk Ávb e w, gvbwek g~j eva m wó I gvbem ú` Dbœq bi Rb GB zj wewfbœ iæz c~y ÁvbkvLvq weg (cvm), wegmgm (cvm); 4 eqi gqvw` weg cövmövg (evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr); 4 eqi gqvw` wegmgm cövmövg (mgvrzë Ges ivóªweávb) Ges 4 eqi gqvw` GjGjwe cövmövg cwipvjbv K i evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq GKgvÎ cvewjk wek we` vjq hlv b Dš y³ I `~iwkÿy c wz Z cvv`vb Kiv nq PvKwi, e emv-evwyr mn bvbvwea ckvq wb qvwrz _ K cov- jlvi GKgvÎ I wbf i hvm cöwzôvb wn m e evsjv `k Dš y&³ wek we` vjq L vwz AR b K i Q wkÿv_x `i e vck AvMÖn, D Pwkÿvi cö qvrb I AvKv ÿvi cöwzdjb wn m e GgG cövmövg (evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr) Ges GgGmGm cövmövg (mgvrzë I ivóªweávb) Pvjy Kiv nq mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji gavex, `ÿ I cövá wkÿkm Yi cwipvjbvq I cvv`v b wkÿv_x MY D PZi ÁvbvR bi gva g e envwik I Kg ÿ Î Ae`vb ivl Z cvi eb wegmgm (Abvm ) mgvrzë cövmöv gi wewa-weavb I wm jevm GKbR i Handbook-Gi gva g Rvbv hv e, hvi Øviv wkÿk I wkÿv_x MY DcK Z n eb Avcbv `i me v½xy mvdj Kvgbvq, Aa vck W. gv: Rvnv½xi Avjg

7 m~wpcî Table of Contents c ôv GKRbR i evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq... 1 Dš y³ wk vi D Ïk... 1 Dš y³ wk vi ˆewkó... 1 GKv WwgK cövmövgmg~n zj cwiwpwz... 3 z ji wkÿkgðjx Kg KZ v I vd... 8 cövmövg i jkbm& MÖW c q U Gfv ir (wrwcg) wm jevm : mgvrzë Kvm I Ab vb wd hvmv hvm wvkvbv AvÂwjK K `ªi bvg I wvkvbv Dc-AvÂwjK K `ªi bvg I wvkvbv

8 GKbR i evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq P v Ýji t gvt Ave`yj nvwg` gnvgvb ivóªcwz, MYcÖRvZš x evsjv `k fvbm-p v Ýji t Aa vck W. Gg G gvbbvb cöv-fvbm-p v Ýji t Aa vck W. Lv `Kvi gvkv Ïg nv mb UªRvivi t Aa vck W. AvkdvK nv mb AvqZb t 35 GKi cöwzôvkvj t 21 A ±vei, 1992 Ae vb t evw evrvi, MvRxcyi z ji msl v t 6 wu wefv Mi msl v t 11 wu AvÂwjK K `ª t 12 wu Dc-AvÂwjK K `ª t 80 wu vww m Uvi t 1478 wu digvj cövmövg t 43 wu bb-digvj cövmövg t 19 wu Dš y³ wk vi D Ïk wk v gvby li gšwjk AwaKvi cöpwjz avivq wkÿv MÖnY Kiv mkj köwy ckvi gvby li c ÿ mnrmva bq Dš y³ wk v c wz hy Mi Pvwn`v c~i Yi j wk vi eûgylx m vebv K Kv R jvwm q wkÿv AR bi Øvi Dš y³ K i Q evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq hvmv hvm cöhyw³ e env ii gva g eûgylx cš vq wkÿv I Ávb-weÁv bi m úªmviy, wkÿvi gvb Dbœqb Ges wkÿv K MYgyLxKi Yi gva g me mvavi Yi wbku wkÿvi my hvm cuš Q w` Q m ev cwi, mkj eqm I ckvi RbM Yi wkÿvi gvb DbœxZ K i `ÿ Rb Mvôx m wó KivB evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi jÿ : Dš y³ wk vi ˆewkó mkj eq mi wk v_x i Rb wk vi mgvb my hvm; wb R `i myweav Abyhvqx wk v MÖn Y K `ª wba vi Yi my hvm; LÐKvjxb ev c~y Kvjxb ckvq wb qvwrz _ KI wk vmön Yi my hvm; AvaywbK cöhyw³ e env ii gva g wk v MÖn Yi my hvm; cö qvr b `xn mg q cövmövg mgvwßi my hvm; Ômevi Rb wk võ bxwzi mdj ev Íevqb; wk vi DbœZ I YMZ gvb msi Y School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 1

9 GKv WwgK cövmövgmg~n School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (upcoming) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) (upcoming) Master of Arts (MA) in Bangla Language & Literature Master of Arts (MA) in History Master of Arts (MA) in Philosophy Master of Arts (MA) in Islamic Studies Master of Social Sciences (MSS) in Political Science Master of Social Sciences (MSS) in Sociology Master of Arts (MA) in English Language & Literature (upcoming) LLM in (upcoming) Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Bangla Language & Literature Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in History Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Philosophy Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Islamic Studies Bachelor of Social Science (Honors) in Political Science Bachelor of Social Science (Honors) in Sociology LLB (Honors) Bachelor of Arts (Pass) Bachelor of Social Science (Pass) Bachelor in English Language Teaching (BELT) Certificate in English Language Proficiency (CELP) Certificate in Arabic Language Proficiency (CALP) Certificate in Preliminary Chinese Language (CPCL) School of Education Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Master of Education (MEd) Bachelor of Education (BEd) Open School Master of Business Administration (Bangla Medium) Bachelor of Business Administration (Bangla Medium) Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) School of Agriculture and Rural Development Master of Science in Agronomy Master of Science in Entomology Master of Science in Soil Science Master of Science in Irrigation and Water Management Master of Science in Aquaculture Master of Science in Fisheries Biology and Genetics Bachelor of Agricultural Education (BAgEd) Diploma in Youth Development Work (DYDW) Certificate in Livestock and Poultry (CLP) Certificate in Pisciculture and Fish Processing (CPFP) School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 2

10 School of Business Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Master of Business Administration (MBA) Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration (CEMBA) Commonwealth Executive Master of Public Administration (CEMPA) Master of Business Administration (Evening) Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Ultrasound Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) Certificate in Management (CIM) School of Science and Technology Master of Public Health (MPH) Master of Disability Management and Rehabilitation BSc in Computer Science and Engineering Diploma in Computer Science and Application mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj (GmGmGBPGj) School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi QqwU z ji Ab Zg wek we` vjq cöwzôvi ci _ K GB zj mvd j i m ½ wewfbœ cövmövg cwipvjbv K i Avm Q z j 04 (Pvi) wu wel q GgG: evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BwZnvm, `k b, BmjvwgK vwwr Ges 02 (`yb) wu wel q GgGmGm: ivóªweávb, mgvrzë cövmövg i q Q D jøl h, Bs iwr wel q GgG Ges AvBb wel q GjGjGg cövmövg Pvjyi welqwu cöwµqvaxb i q Q cwiwpwz z j 07 wu wel q 4-eQi gqvw` œvzk (m vb) cövmövg i q Q cövmövg jv n jv: ivóªweávb, mgvrzë, evsjv fvlv I mvwnz, BmjvwgK vwwr, `k b, BwZnvm Ges AvBb z j 2wU 03(wZb) eqi gqvw` œvzk wwwmö cövmövg i q Q: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) z j 1wU 2(`yB) eqi gqvw` œvzk wwwmö cövmövg i q Q: Bachelor in English Language Teaching (BELT) z j 06(Qq) gvm gqvw` 3wU mvwu wd KU cövmövg i q Q: Certificate in English Language Proficiency (CELP), Certificate in Arabic Language Proficiency (CALP) Ges Certificate in Chinese Language Proficiency (CCLP) School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 3

11 mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv z ji wkÿkgðjx W. gv. Rvnv½xi Avjg wwb I Aa vck (evsjv) dvb : /618 gvev: B gbj : W. Aveyj nvmvbb Avn g` f~ubqv Aa vck (mgvrzë ) dvb : /621 gvev: B gbj : W. mvjgv AvBbx Aa vck (Bs iwr) dvb : /622 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gv. AvwbQyi ingvb Aa vck (`k b) dvb : /623 gvev: B gbj : W. gynv ` QvB`yj nk Aa vck (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /625 gvev: B gbj : W. bvwn` di `Šmx Aa vck (AvBb) dvb : /628 gvev: B gbj : W. gv. Avwgi nv mb mikvi mn hvmx Aa vck (Aviwe) dvb : /626 gvev: B gbj : Rbve knx` Avn g` Pxayix mn hvmx Aa vck (AvBb) dvb : /516 gvev: B gbj : Rbve Zvbfxi Avnmvb mn hvmx Aa vck (mgvrzë ) dvb : /627 gvev: B gbj : GgGm mvqgv Avng` mn hvmx Aa vck (fy Mvj I cwi ek) dvb : /629 gvev: B gbj : School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 4

12 GgGm gvqvt mvwenv myjzvbv mnkvix Aa vck (A_ bxwz) dvb : / gvev: B gbj : Rbve Lvb gv. g bvqviæj Bmjvg mnkvix Aa vck (BwZnvm) dvb : /630 gvev: B gbj : W. gv. RvwKi nv mb ZvjyK`vi mnkvix Aa vck (Bs iwr) dvb : /118 gvev: B gbj : GgGm gvkwdkv Avkivd mnkvix Aa vck (mgvrzë ) dvb : /517 gvev: B gbj : GgGm Puv` myjzvbv KvIQvi mnkvix Aa vck (BwZnvm) dvb : / Ô gvev: B gbj : Rbve gviæd wgqv mnkvix Aa vck (ivóªweávb) dvb : /121 gvev: B gbj : Rbve Kvgiæ¾vgvb mnkvix Aa vck (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /631 gvev: B gbj : GgGm Uz úv ivbx ` mnkvix Aa vck (`k b) dvb : /122 gvev: B gbj : Rbve ev qrx` nv mb mnkvix Aa vck (AvBb) dvb : /194 gvev: B gbj : GgGm L `Kvi Kvwnbyi AvLZvi mnkvix Aa vck (AvBb) dvb : /125 gvev: B gbj : School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 5

13 GgGm mvbwr`v gȳ ÍvwdR mnkvix Aa vck (BwZnvm) dvb : /127 gvev: B gbj : GgGm AvBixb Avn g` mnkvix Aa vck (BwZnvm) dvb : /632 gvev: B gbj : GgGm kvnevby Bfv mnkvix Aa vck (ivóªweávb) dvb : /633 gvev: B gbj : Rbve D¾j Kzgvi cöfvlk (`k b) dvb : /124 gvev: B gbj : Rbve AvwkK wek vm cöfvlk (`k b) dvb : /129 gvev: B gbj : GgGm kvigxb Av³vi cöfvlk (mgvrzë ) dvb : /195 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gvt kvnxb Avjg cöfvlk (BwZnvm) dvb : /520 gvev: B gbj : GgGm Zvnwgbv iv œv cöfvlk (ivóªweávb) dvb : /126 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gvt Kweiæj nvmvb cöfvlk (ivóªweávb) dvb : /128 gvev: B gbj : GgGm mygv Kg Kvi cöfvlk (BwZnvm) dvb : /519 gvev: B gbj : GgGm i nbv cvifxb cöfvlk (`k b) dvb : /120 gvev: B gbj : GgGm gvkmỳ v Av³vi cöfvlk (`k b) dvb : /518 gvev: B gbj : School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 6

14 GgGm AvwbKv ingvb cöfvlk (mgvrzë ) dvb : /131 gvev: B gbj : GgGm AvRgxiv wejwkq cöfvlk (mgvrzë ) dvb : /130 gvev: B gbj : GgGm KvwbR dv Zgv cöfvlk (mgvrzë ) dvb : /123 gvev: B gbj : GgGm A š^lv ggzvr cöfvlk (Bs iwr) dvb : /522 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gy. dliæj Bmjvg cv Uvqvix cöfvlk (ivóªweávb) dvb : /521 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gvt kl dwi` cöfvlk (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /523 gvev: B gbj : Rbve mvbdzj Bmjvg cöfvlk (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /524 gvev: B gbj : Rbve b~i gvnv ` cöfvlk (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /525 gvev: B gbj : Rbve Gm.Gg. BKivgyj Bmjvg iv mj cöfvlk (`k b) dvb : /527 gvev: B gbj : Rbve Avng` ihv cöfvlk (BmjvwgK vwwr) dvb : /526 gvev: B gbj : GgGm dvwzb bviqvi cöfvlk (A_ bxwz) dvb : /528 gvev: B gbj : School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 7

15 Kg KZ v Rbve iwk`yj MwY mnkvix cwipvjk dvb : /634 gvev: B gbj : GgGm gvqvt Av qkv wmïxkv mkkb Awdmvi dvb : /132 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gvt RvwKiæj Bmjvg mikvi cökvmwbk Kg KZ v dvb : /617 gvev: B gbj : GgGm cviæj emg cökvmwbk Kg KZ v dvb : /618 gvev: B gbj : Rbve gynv ` `jiqvi nv mb cökvmwbk Kg KZ v dvb : /619 gvev: B gbj : vd gvt Avãyi iv¾vk Kw úduvi Acv iui cvifxb Av³vi wb œgvb mnkvix gvt gvkviid nv mb wb œgvb mnkvix gvt ûgvq~b Kwei ev`kv Awdm mnvqk Av qkv emg wk bvi School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 8

16 GKv WwgK cövmövg evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq mvgvwrk weávb, gvbwek I fvlv zj-gi 04(Pvi) eqi gqvw` m vb cövmövgmg~ ni i jkb weg (m vb) wegmgm (m vb) GjGjwe (m vb) 1 (K) wm g vi, Kvm, µwwu-n Uv Ges juvi- MÖwWs-Gi mgš^ q evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vj qi 04 (Pvi) eq ii mœvzk (m vb) cövmövg cwipvwjz n e 04(Pvi) eq ii mœvzk (m vb) cövmövg mgvcbx wwwmö wn m e we ewpz n e Pvi eq ii mœvzk (m vb) cövmöv g fwz niqv GKRb wk v_ xi iwr ªk bi gqv` m e v P 08 (AvU) GKv WwgK el ch ší envj _vk e (L) DËxY I gvb Dbœq bi Rb GKwU Kv m GKRb wk v_ x Zvi iwr ªkb _vkv Ae vq m e v P 03 (wzb) evi cix v `qvi my hvm cv e gvb Dbœqb ev Am ú~y Kv bv Kv m DËxY niqvi R b wk v_ x K m ú~y bzzbfv e Kvm wu m úbœ Ki Z n e 2 cöwz wm g v ii gqv` n e 06 (Qq) gvm `yb wm g v ii mgš^ q GK GKv WwgK el n e cöwz GKv WwgK el RyjvB gvm _ K Ryb gvm ch ší we Í Z n e cöwz GKv WwgK el RyjvB _ K ww m ^i gvm ch ší GKwU wm g vi Ges Rvbyqvwi _ K Ryb gvm ch ší ciezx wm g vi wn m e we ewpz n e 04 (Pvi) GKv WwgK e l 08 (AvU)wU wm g vi _vk e 3 (K) wwwmö AR bi Rb GKRb wk v_ x K Kgc 120 µwwu/40wu Kvm (cöwzwu Kvm 3 µwwu A_ vr 100 b ^i K i)-g DËxY n Z n e wk v_x h wel q (Subject) mœvzk (m vb) wwwmö AR b Ki Z B QzK Zv K m wel qi 25wU Kvm m úbœ Ki Z n e Ges Avbylw½K (allied) wel q 10wU Kvm m úbœ Ki Z n e Ôevsjv fvlv I mvwnz Õ, Ôevsjv ` ki Afz ` qi BwZnvmÕ Ges GKwU ÔBs iwrõ fvlvi Kvm Avewk K welq wn m e m úbœ Ki Z n e wk v_x K gvu 100 b ^ ii A_ vr 03 (wzb) µwwu mggv bi gšwlk cix v/viva-voce Ges 100 b ^ ii A_ vr 03 (wzb) µwwu mggv bi Uvg ccvi/bzzb GKwU Kvm 8g wm g v i m úbœ Ki Z n e (L) Kvm wj 4wU j f j wef³ n e j fj jv n Q 100, 200, 300 I 400 j fj wba vwiz n e Kv m AšÍfy ³ welqe i MfxiZvi Av jv K wwwmö AR bi Rb GKRb wk v_ x K wbw` ó j f ji wbw` ó msl K Kvm m úbœ Ki Z n e mvaviyz cöwz GKv WwgK e l GKRb wk v_ x wewfbœ j f ji m e v P 10 (`k)wu (30 µwwu) Kvm m úbœ Ki Z cvi e Kvm m úbœki Yi Dci wbf i K i GKRb wk v_ x K cö_g el, wøzxq el, Z Zxq el ev PZz_ e l i wk v_ x wn m e wpwýz Kiv n e School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 9

17 (M) 300 I 400 j f ji Kvm MÖnY Kivi c~ e wbw` ó msl K c~ev ek K (Prerequisite) Kvm m úbœ Ki Z n e Kvm msl v I wk v cöyvwj 4 (K) GKRb wk v_ x cöwz wm g v i m e v P 05 (cuvp)wu Kvm ev 15 µwwu Ges me wb œ 02 (`yb)wu Kvm (06 µwwu) m úbœ Ki Z cvi e cöwz wm g v ii Rb wba vwiz 03 (wzb) µwwu m úbœ cöwz Kv m i wk v`vb (e³ Zv, wud Uvwiqvj, Av jvpbv BZ vw`) 16 ( lvj) mßv ni g a m úbœ Ki Z n e wm g v ii Aewkó mßvn jv Z P~ovšÍ cix v MÖnY, g~j vqb I cix vi djvdj cökvk Ki Z n e (L) h mkj wkÿv_x Kvb Kvi Y e³ Zv, wud Uvwiqvj I Av jvpbvq AskMÖnY Ki Z cvi e bv Zviv g~jz wek we` vjq wba vwiz wkÿv DcKiY ( Kvm cövdvbj, vww MvBW, wi mvm g v Uwiqvjm, wdj, K v mu, Uwjwfkb I ezvi cvv) Ges cvv µg KwgwU KZ K wba vwiz idv iý eb qi mnvqzvq wklb c wz Z wba vwiz wel q wkÿv MÖnY Ki e wek we` vjq KZ K Av qvwrz e³ Zv, wud Uvwiqvj ev Av jvpbv mk b Zv `i AskMÖn Yi Kv bv eva evakzv _vk e bv Z e Zviv B Qv Ki j `vwqz cövß wkÿk/wudui-gi AbygwZ wb q wek we` vjq KZ K Av qvwrz wewfbœ GKv WwgK mk b AskMÖnY Ki Z cvi e Ges wba vwiz Kv m i `vwqz cövß wkÿ Ki mv _ hvmv hvm iÿv K i (B- gbj, wpwv, dvb cöf wzi gva g) GKv WwgK wel q civgk MÖnY Ki Z cvi e (M) mvaviyfv e zj KwgwU KZ K wba vwiz wkÿv_x wb q KZ c ÿi Aby gv`b mv c ÿ GKwU mkkb MwVZ n e GKRb wkÿk/wudui GK wm g v i m e v P `yõwu Kv m cvv`vb Ki Z cvi eb wkÿv`vb I wkÿvmön Yi gva g n e evsjv A_ev Bs iwr DËic Îi ÿ Î hymcr GKvwaK fvlv e envi Kiv hv e bv Z e fvlv msµvší Kv m h fvlvi Kvm m fvlvq wkÿv`vb I cixÿv MÖnY Ki Z n e 5 (K) cvv µg KwgwU welq wfwëk n e cvv µg KwgwUi civg k i Av jv K wkÿv cöyvwji welqwu wba vwiz n e Z e wkÿv cöyvwj wba vi Yi c~ e cvv µg KwgwU K evdwe AvB bi cöviw K jvbb, aviv 2(R) Ges 9; Ges cö_g mswewai aviv 10 I 16 iæ Z i mv _ we epbvq ivl Z n e (L) cvv µg KwgwUi mycvwikµ g cvv welq, Kvm wba viy I GZ`msµvšÍ welq GKv WwgK KvDwÝj KZ K Aby gvw`z n e 6 DcvPvh KZ K wb qvmcövß fwz KwgwU fwz cöwµqv m úbœ Ki e fwz KwgwU z ji civgk Abyhvqx QvÎ fwz wel q wewa cöyqb Ki e 7 (K) wek we` vjq KZ K Aby gvw`z vww m Uv ii gva g `~iwkÿy cövmövg cwipvwjz n e (L) ` ki cöwzwôz wek we` vjq I K j R hlv b mswkøó wel q œvzk (m vb) ch v q AšÍZ cuvp (05) eq ii cvv`v bi AwfÁZv Ges cö qvrbxq msl K welq wkÿk, cö qvrbxq fšz AeKvVv gv, jvb eªix myweav I Kgb iæ gi e e v i q Q mlv b welq wfwëk/kwzcq welq wfwëk vww m Uvi MwVZ n e (M) cvv µg KwgwUi civg k z ji mycvwi k wek we` vjq KZ K MwVZ GKwU cwi`k K wu gi m irwgb cwi`k b cöwz e` bi wfwë Z Ges wba vwiz kz c~iy mv c ÿ wek we` vjq KZ K vww m Uvi MwVZ n e School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 10

18 Kvm mgš^qkvix, Kvm -wkÿk I wudui 8 wkÿk Kvb& welq/welqmg~ ni Kvm mgš^qkvixi (Course Co-ordinator) `vwqz cvjb Ki eb Zv cvv µg KwgwUi civg k i Av jv K GKv WwgK KvDwÝj wba viy Ki e `vwqz cvj bi Ask wn m e wkÿv`vb Kvh µg ïiæi 15(c bi) w`b c~ e ww bi bz Z `vwqz cövß wkÿk cvv µg KwgwU KZ K mycvwikk Z Ges GKv WwgK KvDwÝj KZ K Aby gvw`z cvv wel qi Av jv K Course-Outline ˆZwi K i cvv µg KwgwUi mfvcwzi wbku Rgv w` eb 9 wek we` vjq I cöwzwôz K j R œvzk (m vb) ch v q cvv`vbkvix AvMÖnx wkÿk `i Av e` bi cwi cöwÿ Z cvv µg I zj KwgwUi civgk µ g DcvPvh KZ K wba vwiz mgq/wm g vi I Kv m i R b wba vwiz m vbxi wewbg q wudui wbhy³ n eb wb qv Mi welqwu GKv WwgK KvDwÝ ji gva g evw Ae Mfb m -G wi cvu Ki Z n e cixÿv 10 wkÿk h Kvm / Kvm mg~ ni mgš^qkvixi `vwqz cvjb Ki eb wzwb D³ Kvm / Kvm mg~ ni wkÿv`vb I cixÿv msµvší mkj Kvh µg Z`viwK Ki eb Kvm wkÿk I wuduimy `vwqz cövß Kvm mgš^qkvixi civg k wkÿv`vb I cixÿv msµvší mkj `vwqz cvjb Ki eb Kvm wkÿk I Kvm mgš^qkvix GKB e w³ A_ev wfbœ e w³ n Z cvi eb Kvm wkÿk/ Kvm mgš^qkvix/wuduimy Kvm kl niqvi 1(GK) gvm c~ e Kv m i mvwe K Ae v wwb K AewnZ Ki eb Ges wwb cö qvr b mfv Avnevb K i/wpwvi gva g Kv m i Rb cö qvrbxq hv wkqz Kiv `ikvi m wel q mwvkmg q e e v MÖnY Ki eb 11 (K) zj KwgwUi cö Ív ei wfwë Z cöwz wkÿv e l i (`yb wm g v ii) Rb 04 (Pvi) Rb welq wkÿ Ki (Subject Teacher) I Avbylw½K (allied) welq wkÿ Ki mgš^ q GKwU welq wfwëk cixÿv KwgwU GKv WwgK KvDwÝj KZ K wb qvmcövß n e (L) cixÿv wkwgwui MVb n e wb œiƒc: (i) mn hvmx Aa vck c`gh v`vi bx P bq Ggb GKRb welq wkÿk Z e Aa vck/mn hvmx Aa vck bv _v Kj... mfvcwz mswkøó wel qi h Kvb Dchy³ wkÿk `vwqz cvjb Ki eb (ii) welq-wkÿk `i ga _ K m e v P `ybrb (welq wkÿk I Avbylw½K wkÿk)... m`m (iii) Ab cvewjk wek we` vjq _ K b~ bzg GKRb welq wkÿk... ewntm`m cixÿv KwgwUi `vwqz 12 cixÿv KwgwU KwgwUi mfvcwzi bz Z wb Pi `vwqz mg~n cvjb Ki e- School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 11

19 (K) cöwz Kv m i Rb 02(`yB) Rb cökœcö YZvi bvg DcvPv h i Aby gv` bi Rb cöiy Kiv n e (L) cövß cökœcî mgxÿy I gỳ ª Yi e e v Kiv, (M) DËicÎ g~j vq bi Rb cixÿk ZvwjKv cö Íve Kiv, (N) gšwlk cixÿv m úv`b Kiv, (O) Ueÿ jui `i bvg cö Íve Kiv, (P) cövß b ^i mgš^q K i wm g vi wfwëk djvdj cö Z Kiv, (Q) P~ovšÍ djvdj cixÿv KwgwUi mfvq Aby gv`b Kiv, (R) cixÿv wbqš Ki mnvqzvq cixÿv msµvší mkj `vq-`vwqz m úv`b Kiv 13 cöwzwu Kvm (3 µwwu) 100 b ^ ii wjwlz cixÿvi wfwë Z g~j vqb Kiv n e cixÿvi mgq n e Pvi N Uv cvv µg KwgwUi civg k i Dci cixÿv cwipvjbvi aib wbf i Ki e 14 GKv WwgK KvDwÝj KZ K wba vwiz MÖwWs-c wzi Av jv K cixÿk DËicÎ g~j vq bi `vwqz cvjb Ki eb cixÿv wbqš K P~ovšÍ djvdj GmwRwcG I wmwrwcg- Z cökvk Ki eb 15 g~j vqb k l mswkøó mkj DËicÎ, b ^icî I Avbylw½K DcKiYmg~n cixÿv KwgwUi mfvcwzi gva g cixÿv wbqš Ki wbku wmj-mvjv Ae vq cöiy Ki Z n e 16 cöwz wkÿv_x i cöwz Kvm g~j vq bi Rb `vwqz cvjbkvix wkÿk/wudui wek we` vjq Aby gvw`z i U m vbx cv eb P~ovšÍ MÖW, b ^i I g~j vq bi mv _ mswkøó mkj KvMRcÎ cixÿv wefv M Rgv `qvi ci `vwqz cvjbkvix wkÿk/wudui m vbxi A_ wek we` vjq _ K h_vwbq g MÖnY Ki eb Amyweav `~ixkiy 17 GB i jk bi h Kv bv aviv ev Dc-avivi ms kvab ev cwiez b GKv WwgK KvDwÝj Ki Z cvi e Z e h Kv bv ms kvab ev cwiez bi c~ e GKv WwgK KvDwÝj cvv µg Ges zj KwgwUi mycvwik we epbvq wb e 18 GB i jkb cö qv Mi ÿ Î Kv bv Amyweav ev Am ú~y Zv `Lv w` j DcvPvh h_vh_ wb ` kbv cö`vb Ki eb Z e wb ` kbv `qvi c~ e DcvPvh cvv µg KwgwUi gzvgz we epbvq wb eb Ges h wm všíb wzwb `b bv Kb Zv GKv WwgK KvDwÝj K AewnZ Ki Z n e School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 12

20 MÖW c q U Gfv ir (wrwcg) ev Mo gvb wb ` kk For every completed course, the marks obtained by a student in class attendance & class performances, respective assignments/term paper and semester-end examinations will be totaled and this total marks will be converted into Grade Point (GP) as per the following table: Numerical Grade Letter Grade Grade Point 80% or above A+ (A plus) % to less than 80% A (A regular) % to less than 75% A- (A minus) % to less than 70% B+ (B plus) % to less than 65% B (B regular) % to less than 60% B- (B minus) % to less than 55% C+ (C plus) % to less than 50% C (C regular) % to less than 45% C- (C minus) 2.00 Less then 40% F (Fail) 0.00 Student will get individual GP for every completed course. After the completion of the prescribed courses, the Grade Point (GP) and Cumulative Grad Point Average (CGPA) will be calculated by using the following formula where the individual GP of every course and the respective credits of those courses will be taken into consideration: Formula for Calculation of CGPA = ( h ) ( ) School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 13

21 wm jevm wegmgm (Abvm ) : 4 eqi gqvw` cövmövg mgvrzë Sociology School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 14

22 The present syllabus for the (Hons.) Degree in Sociology (BSS in Sociology) is Prepared as per the BA/BSS (Hons.) Regulation {04 (Pvi) eq ii weg/wegmgm mœvzk (m vb) cövmövg} approved by the 43 rd Academic Council of Bangladesh Open University (BOU) held on 14/8/2011 which was circulated as an Official Order by the Registrar of BOU under the Reference no. evdwe/cökv(mvav)/ cövmövg-73(2)/2000/3064; Dated:7/9/2011. Basic Features Bachelor of Social Science (BSS Hons.) in Sociology 1. Courses Number of Courses Credits Marks A. Honors Courses B. Compulsory Courses C. Allied Courses D. Term Paper/A new Course E. Viva-Voce Total Examinations A. Once in an Academic Semester B. Types of Questions and Marks Distribution for each Course (except Term Paper and Viva Voce) 1. Essay Questions (Four out of Eight Questions) 4 20=80 Marks 2. Short Questions (Four out of Eight Questions) 4 5=20 Marks Marks 3. Term Paper: As per the Guide Line prescribed by the Curriculum Committee. 4. Viva Voce: As per the Recommendation made by each Examination Committee. School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 15

23 Bachelor of Social Science (BSS Hons.) in Sociology Hons. Course (25 Courses), Each Carry 100 Marks Equals to 3 Credit Hours Sl. No. Subject Code Course Name Marks Credit Hours 1. SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology SOC-102 Introduction to Social Anthropology 3. SOC-103 Social History and World Civilization SOC-104 Social History of Bangladesh SOC-201 Social Statistics SOC-202 Sociology of Marriage and Family 7. SOC-203 Rural Livelihoods and Rural Development SOC-204 Urban Sociology SOC-205 Research Methodology SOC-206 Global Society SOC-301 Classical Sociological Theory SOC-302 Protests and Social Movement 13. SOC-303 Sociology of Disaster Management SOC-304 Gender and Society SOC-305 Sociology of Migration and Diaspora SOC-306 Social Stratification SOC-307 Sociology of Deviance and Crime SOC-308 Population and Society SOC-309 Health and Society SOC-401 Modern Sociological Theory SOC-402 Sociology of Poverty SOC-403 Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment 23. SOC-404 Institutionalization of Democracy in Bangladesh SOC-405 Media and Society SOC-406 Sociology of Law Total = Compulsory Courses (3 Courses, each Carry 100 Marks equals to Hours) 1. ENG-101 English Language Skills BAN-101 evsjv fvlv I mvwnz HIST-401 Emergence of Bangladesh School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 16

24 Allied Courses (10 courses, each carry 100 Marks equals to 3 Credit Hours) Sl. No. Subject Code Course Name Marks Credit Hours 1. POL-101 Western Political Thought (Ancient and Medieval) 2. POL-102 Principles of Political Theory and Organization 3. HIST-204 Cultural Heritage of Bangladesh 4. HIST-405 History of International Relations ( ) PHI-101 Introduction to Philosophy ECO-101 Principles of Economics-I ECO-102 Principles of Economics-II ECO-305 Bangladesh Economy GEO-103 Introduction to Human Geography 10. GEO-401 Political Geography and Geopolitics Total Viva Voce & Term Paper SOC 488 SOC 499 Viva Voce: (100 Marks will be conducted in eighth Semester) equals to a total of 3 credits. Term Paper: 100 Marks, equals to : will be conducted in eighth Semester. (Term paper: As per the guide advised by the Curriculum Committee) (Hons. Courses, English Course and all Allied Courses will be evaluated based on four (04) Hours Written Examination School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 17

25 Bachelor of Social Science (BSS Hons.) in Sociology ( each) Semester wise Course Distribution. First Semester SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology 100 Marks BAN-101 evsjv fvlv I mvwnz 100 Marks ENG-101 English Language Skills 100 Marks HIST-401 Emergence of Bangladesh 100 Marks ECO-101 Principles of Economics-I 100 Marks Second Semester SOC-102 Introduction to Social Anthropology 100 Marks SOC-103 Social History and World Civilization 100 Marks SOC-104 Social History of Bangladesh 100 Marks GEO-103 Introduction to Human Geography 100 Marks ECO-102 Principles of Economics-II 100 Marks Third Semester SOC-201 Social Statistics 100 Marks SOC-202 Sociology of Marriage and Family 100 Marks SOC-203 Rural Livelihoods and Rural Development 100 Marks POL-101 Western Political Thought 100 Marks PHI-101 Introduction to Philosophy 100 Marks Fourth Semester SOC-204 Urban Sociology 100 Marks SOC-205 Research Methodology 100 Marks SOC-206 Global Society 100 Marks ECO-305 Bangladesh Economy 100 Marks POL-102 Fifth Semester Principles of Political Theory and Organization 100 Marks SOC-301 Classical Sociological Theory 100 Marks SOC-302 Protests and Social Movement 100 Marks SOC-303 Sociology of Disaster Management 100 Marks SOC-304 Gender and Society 100 Marks SOC-305 Sixth Semester Sociology of Migration and Diaspora 100 Marks SOC-306 Social Stratification 100 Marks SOC-307 Sociology of Deviance and Crime 100 Marks SOC-308 Population and Society 100 Marks SOC-309 Health and Society 100 Marks HIST-204 Cultural Heritage of Bangladesh 100 Marks School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 18

26 Seventh Semester SOC-401 Modern Sociological Theory 100 Marks SOC-402 Sociology of Poverty 100 Marks SOC-403 SOC-404 GEO-401 Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment Institutionalization of Democracy in Bangladesh 100 Marks 100 Marks Political Geography and Geopolitics 100 Marks Eighth Semester SOC-405 Media and Society 100 Marks SOC-406 Sociology of Law 100 Marks HIST-406 History of International Relations ( ) 100 Marks SOC-488 Viva Voce 100 Marks SOC-499 Term Paper 100 Marks Types of Questions and Marks Distribution For the Written Examinations (Each Course will follow this Rule) 1. Essay Questions (Four out of Eight Questions) 4 20=80 Marks 2. Short Questions (Four out of Eight Questions) 4 5=20 Marks Marks School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 19

27 Bachelor of Social Science (BSS Hons.) in Sociology First Semester SOC-101: Introduction to Sociology Objective: This Course introduces students with an introduction to the discipline which studies human social life, groups, institution and societies. It is expected that the students will learn through this course fundamental aspects of society and its institutional structure. In the process of learning empirical evidences from Bangladesh society will be used. Major Topics: Society and Human Interaction, Stratification, Social Structure, Social Practices, Social Institutions and Social Change. 1. John E.Farley, Sociology 2. John M.Shepard, Sociology 3. John J.Macionis and Ken Plummer, Sociology 4. Anthony Giddens, Sociology 5. BOU Resource Materials 6. Course Teacher s Handout BAN-101: evsjv fvlv I mvwnz D Ïk m~wp : evsjv fvlv I mvwnz Kvm cv V wk v_ xiv evsjv fvlv I mvwnz wel q cöv_wgk aviyv jvf Ki e GB Kv m i gva g wk v_ xiv fvlv Ges mvwnz wel q ZË xq Ávb jvf Ki e : mvwn Z i köwywefvm, mvwn Z i iƒcim, KweZv, Aj¼vi, Q `, QvUMí, Dcb vm, bvuk, cöeü, fvlvi Drm, wjlbixwzi wekvk, aÿwb, kã I kã wbg vy cöwµqv : iƒczë, evk : e vkiy, evk ZË, evm_ weávb, fvlv cwiez b, fvlv ˆewPÎ : fvlv, mgvr I ms wz mnvqk MÖš vewj : Aveyj Kvjvg gbryi gvi k`, AvaywbK fvlvzë, gvijv eªv`vm, XvKv, 2002 iwdkzj Bmjvg, fvlvzë, eyk wfd, XvKv, 1992 iv gk^i kõ, mvaviy fvlvweávb I evsjv fvlv, cȳ ÍK wecwy, KjKvZv, 1998 wkwki Kzgvi `vk, fvlv-wrávmv, c vwcivm, KjKvZv, 1992 School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 20

28 mykzgvi mb, fvlvi BwZe Ë, Avb ` cvewjkvm, KjKvZv, 1998 BOU Resource Materials Course Teacher s Handout ENG-101: English Language Skills Objective: The Course introduces students with basic language structures, communicative aspects of the language, and reading and writing strategies. The class would be structured to give the students good practice in reading, writing, listening and spoken skills. By the end of the course the students would be expected to produce a 2000 word essay about their personal contribution as a citizen of Bangladesh. 1. BEN 1301, English Language Skills, BOU 2. Raymond Murphy, Intermediate English Grammar 3. Simon Greenall and Michael Swan, Effective Reading 4. LA Lutz, The Practice of Technical and Scientific Communication: Writing in Professional Context. 5. A Cockburn, Writing Effective cases 6. Nell K Duke and P David Pearson, Effective Practices for Developing Reading Comprehension 7. Course Teacher s Handout HIST 401: Emergence of Bangladesh Objective: This course will inform students about formative phase of a independent state Bangladesh. It is expected that after completing this course students will be able to narrate the social and political history of Bangladesh starting from partition- to the independence of Bangladesh. Topics: Pertion of Bengal, Shadeshi movement and Muslim society of Bengal, Politics of Congress and Muslim league Khilafat and Non cooperation movement in Bengal. Rise and expansion of leftist movement in Bengal, Krisok proja samitiin Bengal politics, Election of 1937 and Fazlul Haq cabinet, Femine of 1943, Expansion of Muslim league politics. Hindu Muslim communal conflict of 1940 partion of Bengal in 1947, Industry, Business Agriculture and communication system of Bengal ( ), language Movement ( ), Election of 1954, Martial Law in 1958, Six points Movement, Eleven Points Movement, Mass Upsurge of the 1969, General Election of 1970, Liberation war of Moudud Ahmed, Bangladesh: Constitutional Quest for Autonomy School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 21

29 2. M.A. Muhith, Bangladesh Emergence of Nation 3. Rounaq Jahan, Pakistan Failure of National Integration 4. Sirazul Islam, History of Bangladesh, (ed.), 3 Vols 5. S.K. Choudhury, The Evolution of Politics in Bangladesh Aveyj Kv kg drjyj nk, gyw³ msmövg 7. e`iæïxb Dgi, c~e evsjvi fvlv Av `vjb I ZrKvjxb ivrbxwz 8. BOU Resource Materials 9. Course Teacher s Handout ECO-101 Principles of Economics I Objective: The major objective of this course is to introduce the students with the fundamentals of Microeconomics and link it to the real world phenomena. Topics: Definition of Economics, Demand, Supply and Price, Behind the Demand Curve, Production & Cost, Market Structure, Markets for factor of Production. 1. M. Parkin and R. Bade, Microeconomics, 6 th edition, Addison Wesley, N.G. Mankiw, Principles of Microeconomics, 4 th edition 3. P.A. Samuelson and W.D. Nordhaus, Economics, 19 th edition 4. J.E. Stiglitz, Principles of Microeconomics, 2 nd edition, Norton & Company, Inc, BOU Resource Materials (BEC 2301) 6. Course Teacher s Handout. School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 22

30 Second Semester SOC-102: Introduction to Social Anthropology Objective: This Course provides students with an introduction to social world from anthropological perspectives and orients the students with primary concepts, theories and methodologies of Anthropology. Topics: Scope of Anthropology, Cultural Variation language and culture, Economic System, Marriage and the Family, Sex and Culture, Kinship, Religion and Rituals, Political Organization, Anthropology and the Global Future. Recommended Reading (latest edition preferred) 1. Carol R. Ember and Melvin Ember, Cultural Anthropology 2. Raymond Scupin, Cultural Anthropology 3. Kottak, Cultural Anthropology 4. BOU Resource Materials 5. Course Teacher's Handout SOC-103: Social History and World Civilization Objective: The aim of this course is to inform the students about the human civilization using both Sociological and historical approaches. Topics: Perspectives in the study of Social History, Rise and Fall of Human Civilizations, Types of Societies. 1. Eric Hobsbawm, Essays in Social History 2. P. L. Ralph et al., World Civilization, Vol. 1 & 2 3. BOU Resource Materials 4. Course Teacher's Handout SOC-104: Social History of Bangladesh Objective: The course introduces students with the original writings on society and history of Bangladesh. The aim of the course is to enlightened the student about the social history that shapes the social structure of Bangladesh. After completing the course students will be aware about society, culture and history of Bangladesh. Topics: Early, Medieval and Modern History and Society of Bangladesh. 1. Willem van Schendel, A History of Bangladesh, Cambridge: Cambridge: University Press, 2009 School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 23

31 2. Selected Aricles from Serajul Islam, History of Bangladesh, (ed.), Dhaka: Asiatic Society, 3 Vols 3. Ranajit Guha, On Some Aspects of the Historiography of Colonial India, in R. Guha (ed.) Subaltern Studies, Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1986, pp BOU Resource Materials 5. Course Teacher s Handout GEO-103 : Introduction to Human Geography Objective: To study Geography as a discipline (as science, earth science and social science). After completing the course students will be able relate geographical aspects with human variables, particularly man-environment relationships that we are experiencing in contemporary society. Topics: Definition, Development of Geography, Relation of Geography with other Disciplines, Major views in contemporary Geography, geographical data, & tools. The shape and Dimensions of the earth, Rotation and Revolution of the earth and their effects, determining location on the earth surface, Man-Environment Relationships, Environmental Changes, etc. 1. James, Preston E., All Possible Worlds: History of Geographical Ideas 2. Chorley, R. and Peter Haggett, Models in Geography, (ed.) 3. Haggett, P., Geography: A Modern Synthesis, Harper & Row, Park. C., The Environment, USA, BOU Resource Materials 6. Course Teacher s Handout ECO-102 Principles of Economics II Objective: The major objective of this course is to introduce the students with the fundamentals of Macroeconomics & link it to the real world phenomena. Topics: Macroeconomic policy and goals, national income accounting, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, consumption, saving and investment, inflation, unemployment, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policy. Recommended Readings: (Latest edition preferred) 1. M. Parkin and R. Bade, Macroeconomics, 6th edition, Addison Wesley, N.G. Mankiw, Principles of Macroeconomics, 4th edition 3. P.A. Samuelson and W.D. Nordhaus, Economics, 19th edition 4. J.E. Stiglitz, Principles of Macroeconomics, 2nd edition, Norton & Company, Inc., BOU Resource Materials (BEC 3302) 6. Course Teacher s Handout. School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 24

32 SOC-201: Social Statistics Third Semester Objective: Aim of this course is to introduce students to the basic statistics so that they can measure the social variables and test the reliability and validity of the social data that we are encountering in our everyday life. Data will be explained using everyday social events. Topics: 1. Introduction The early history of statistics What is statistics? Why learn statistics? Basic statistical concept 2. Variables and their measurement 3. Basic tools of description: Tables 4. Graphs 5. Measures of Central Tendency 6. Measures of Dispersion 7. The Normal Curve z-scores 8. Product-Moment Correlation 9. Regression 10. Chi-Square 1. Theadore Horvath, Basic Statistics for Behavioral Sciences, Little, Brown and Company, George Argyrous, Statistics for Social Research, MACMILLAN EDUCATION AUSTRALIA LTD., H.M.Blalock, Social Statistics, McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, BOU Resource Materials (BSO 5304) 5. Course Teacher's Handout SOC-202: Sociology of Marriage and Family Objective: This course aims to introduce students about marriage and family that we are experiencing in contemporary social world. Marriage rates and ages, birthrates, the percentages of working mothers, divorce and remarriage rates and some alternative School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 25

33 family forms reveals some significant trends will be experienced in this course. Topics: Introducing Family and Marriage; Theories of Family; Family, Marriage and Love; Divorce and Remarriage; Changes in Family and Marriage System. 1. DeGenova and F. Philip Rice, Intimate Relationship, Marriages and Family, Cox and Carol, Family Living, Mark Hutter, The Changing Family, BOU Resource Materials 5. Course Teacher's Handout SOC-203: Rural Livelihoods and Rural Development Objective: Aim of this course is to introduce students with theoretical and practical perspectives that used to present rural social structure and its change. This course will help the students to explain rural societies and comprehended the dynamics that taking place. After completing the course students will be able to understand the nature of rural society and its dynamics. Topics: Origin and growth of rural sociology as a discipline, perspectives in rural sociology, social structure in rural society, rural works and development, livelihood and change in rural society. 1. Norman Long, An Introduction to Sociology of Rural Development 2. A. Raper, Rural Development in Action, Cornell University Press 3. S. Adnan, Annotation of Village Studies in Bangladesh and West Bengal: A Review of Socio-Economic Trends over , BARD 4. Reports published by GOB and other agencies. 5. BOU Resource Materials 6. Course Teacher s Handout POL-101: Western Political Thought (Ancient and Medieval) Ancient: Greek society and institutions, Greek political thought-its Features and Significance, Great Greek Political Thinkers Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Contradiction and antithesis; Four schools of thought-sophists, Stoicism, Epicureanism, Cynicism; Roman contributions to political thought-polybius, Cicero, Seneca. Medieval: Social structure and political thought, General features-kingship, Church vs State; St Augustine, Dante, St. Thomas Aquinas, Marsilio of Padua, Councilor movement. 1. George H Sabine, A History of Political Theory, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing, 1973 School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 26

34 2. Ernest Barker, Greek Political Theory, New York: Barnes & Noble Inc., Political Thought of Plato and Aristotle, New York: Russel, Mulford Q Sibley, Political Ideas and Ideologies, New York: Harper & Row, Rymond G Gettel, History of Political Thought, London: Allen & Unwin Ltd., W A Dunning, History of Political Theories, New York: Macmillan, Bartrand Russell, A History of Western Philosophy, London: Allen & Unwin Ltd., M Judd Harmon, Political Thought (From Plato to the Present Day), New York: McGraw-Hill, J P Suda, A History of Political Thought, Meerut: K Nath & Co., JC Johari, Political Thought: Ancient and Medieual, New Delhi: Metropolitan Book Co., 1985 PHI-101: Introduction to Philosophy Objectives: This course will introduce the student to philosophy through a consideration of selected fundamental questions and methodologies. This course is an appropriate introduction to philosophical inquiry, and is offered without prerequisite. The central objectives of the course are to enable students to gain an understanding of what philosophy is and to appreciate its significance for their lives; to explore philosophical issues of perennial human interest and become acquainted with some alternative approaches to them; to articulate their own philosophical views and to develop, refine and defend them with sound arguments; to acquire the skills of reading a philosophical text with critical understanding, and of writing clearly and cogently. Topics: Nature and Scope of Philosophy, Methods of Philosophy, Philosophy and Other Pursuits, Freedom of Will, Nature of Mind, Relation between Body and Mind, Immortality of Soul, Nature and Kinds of Values, Learning to Philosophize. : 1. Jacques P. Thiroux, Philosophy: Theory and Practice, New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, Abdul Matin, An Outline of Philosophy, 2 nd edn., Dhaka: Adhuna Prokashan, Stanley M. Honer, Thomas C. Hunt and Dennis L. Okholm, Invitation to Philosophy: Issues and Options, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company, Jonathan Westphal, Philosophical Propositions: An Introduction to Philosophy, London: Routledge, A. C. Grayling, Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Nigel Warburton, Philosophy: The Basics, London: Routledge, E. R. Emmet, Learning to Philosophize, London: Penguin, A.P. Martinich, Philosophical Writing, 2 nd edn., Cambridge: Blackwell Publishers Inc., Mvwe `P `ª `e, ZË we` v-mvi, XvKv: Aaybv cökvkb, Avwgbyj Bmjvg, RMr Rxeb `k b, XvKv: wklv cökvkbx, briæj Bmjvg, mvaviy `k b, XvKv: Aemi cökvkbv ms v, gv: AvwbQyi ingvb, I gv: gäyi Bjvnx, `k b cwiwpwz, MvRxcyi: evsjv `k Dš y³ wek we` vjq, 2010 School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 27

35 Fourth Semester SOC-204: Urban Sociology Objective: This course examines the process of urbanization that developed in human history. In the process of examination, the growth of cities and social problems that cities are currently facing will be examined using sociological theories. Attention will be given to the urbanization of Bangladesh. Topics: The growth of cities throughout the world, urban life, metropolitan problems, the structure of the cities, the changing nature of the cities in industrial and non-industrial societies. 1. Manuel Castells, The City and the Grass Roots, Manuel Castells, The Information City, Oxford: Blackwell, Mark Gottdiener and Leslie Budd, Key Concepts in Urban Studies, Sage, Mark Gottdiener and Ray Hutchinson, The New Urban Sociology, McGraw Hill, Henri Pirenne, Medieval Cities, John J. Macionis and Vincent N. Parrillo, Cities and Urban Life, New Delhi: PHI Learning Private Limited, BOU Resource Materials 8. Course Teacher s Handout SOC 205: Research Methodology Objective: This course introduces students with a basic understanding of both quantitative and qualitative research. After completing this course students will be able to conduct social research independently and will be able to design social research project. Topics: i) Principles of Survey Research: research process, choosing research problem, constructing social explanations, measurement. ii) Survey Research Methods: survey sampling, questionnaire construction, mailed questionnaire, interview studies. iii) Non-survey data collection techniques: experiments, observation, ethnomethodology, document study. iv) Data analysis and interpretation: coding and data reduction, scaling, analysis and presentation. 1. W. Lawrence Neuman, Social Research Method, Boston: Pearson, Kenneth D. Bailey, Methods of Social Research, New York: Free Press, N. K. Denzin and Y. S. Lincoln, Handbook of Qualitative Research, (Ed.), London: Sage, 2000 School of School Sciences, Humanities and Languages (SSHL) 28