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Department of Sociology

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The department of Sociology is one of the newest departments of Sukanta Mahavidyalaya. At present there are three energetic and vibrant teachers serving the department. We offer general degree courses in Sociology. Though this is a comparatively young department, but we have a good number of students (nearly 800) in our general courses. The department of Sociology has encouraged students for consistent academic progress and co-curricular activities. The students of the departments take part in NSS program, extra-curricular activities and cultural programmes with enthusiasm. We are hoping to introduce honours course with the support of our Hon’ble Principal Sir soon.

  • Dr. Shreya Ganguly

    Assistant Professor

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  • Mr. Kaushik Debnath

    State Aided College Teacher (SACT)

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  • Mr. Krishanu Majumder

    State Aided College Teacher (SACT)

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Department of Sociology













Department of Sociology

Course Offered:
This Department offers

  1. B.A. Programme Course with Sociology


This Program will help you to understand the society at large, institutions, social ethics, values, norms, social cohesion, social interaction, structural components of society, broader theoretical perspectives regarding social class, social stratification, social evolution, Religion, media, population growth, visual culture, gender and violence, qualitative and quantitative research method in sociology.


To familiarize students with the nature of structured gendered violence, situated violence and harassment in the workplace, and sexual and domestic violence within the family sometimes by intimate partners or outside personnel. This will also be addressing violence and policies to fight against it.
GE-02 b.
To make the students understand about the demographic transition, population growth, fertility, mortality, fecundity, Malthusian and post-Malthusian and Marxist Theory. To acknowledge the policies of population control.
The readers will get knowledge about the origin and development of sociology as a discipline, the difference between sociology with other sciences, and relevant sociological concepts like social status, groups, social roles, norms, values, culture, community, and associations. The agencies of social control and changes, the process of socialization.
To understand sociology from Indian perspectives, social institutions, and practices. This paper highlights on the role of family, marriage, and kinship within the society, structural and functional changes with social development. It also focuses on Dalit and Women movement in Indian society and the concept of communalism and secularism.
This will help students understand about the classical sociological thinkers and their theoretical orientation regarding social class, division of labor, suicide, Weber’s Ideal type, social action and Spencer’s social evolution.
This course will enhance the knowledge about social research methodology, process and design of research, hypothesis testing, reliability and validity. This will give light on qualitative and quantitative approach of research, methods of data collection, statistical data analysis and ethics of research.
To make students understand about Sociology of Religion, meaning and scope through the concept of sacred and profane, Rites De passage. Fundamental doctrine, features and influence of Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism and Buddhism.
DSE-02 a.
To acknowledge students about various social strata in terms of class, caste, race, power and gender. This course will also highlight factors and forces of poverty in rural and urban India, social mobility and change.
To emphasize on the interconnection between media and society through Neo-Marxist, Feminist, Interactionist and semiotics theoretical connotation. This will focus on the media representation and audience reception in society at large.
This course will give light on the visual sociology, simulacrum and visual culture, John Berger’s way of seeing. This discourse will stress on inter-textually, discursive formation and power knowledge propagated by Michel Foucault. It will also deal with documentary photography, photo journalism, and poster design.





List of Pass Out Students: 2022-23

List of Pass Out Students (DSE1)
List of Pass Out Students (SEC)

Student's Progression list for the Academic Year 2017-2022

Sl.No. Student Name Email Id. PG/any other Courses University  Employer's Details Year of Passing
1 Manju Barman [email protected] NA NA YES 2020
2 Anwesha Paul [email protected] MSW NSOU NA 2021
3 Biki Das [email protected] MSW NSOU NA 2020
4 Debashis Bhattacharjee [email protected] MA RBU NA 2022
5 Shilpa Biswas [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2022
6 Sahin Alam [email protected] B. Ed W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A NA 2022
7 Sujay Ghosh [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2021
8 Kushum Nasrin [email protected] NA NA YES 2022
9 Sudipta Kundu [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2021
10 Sonali Roy [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2022
11 Puspa Roy [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2020
12 Hasina Khatun [email protected] B. ED W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A NA 2021
13 Nipa Mandal [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2021
14 Najma Parvin [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2020
15 Tajmina Khatun [email protected] MSW NSOU NA 2020
16 Ruposhi Roy [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2020
17 Beauty Das [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2020
18 Tanima Das [email protected] MSW NSOU NA 2020
19 Debolina Saha [email protected] MSW NSOU NA 2020
20 Rakhi Roy [email protected] MA NSOU NA 2020
21 Manisha Atar [email protected] B. ED W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A NA 2020

List of Students Achievement

Sl.no Student name Email Id. PG/any other courses University name
1 Najma Parvin [email protected] MA NSOU
2 Tajmina Khatun [email protected] MSW NSOU
3 Ruposhi Roy [email protected] MA NSOU
4 Beauty Das [email protected] MA NSOU
5 Tanima Das [email protected] MSW NSOU
7 Debolina Saha [email protected] MSW NSOU
11 Anwesha Paul [email protected] MSW NSOU
12 Biki Das [email protected] MSW NSOU
13 Debashis Bhattacharjee [email protected] MA RBU
14 Shilpa Biswas [email protected] MA NSOU
15 Sahin Alam [email protected] B. Ed W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A
16 Sujay Ghosh [email protected] MA NSOU
21 Sudipta Kundu [email protected] MA NSOU
27 Sonali Roy [email protected] MA NSOU
28 Puspa Roy [email protected] MA NSOU
31 Hasina Khatun [email protected] B. ED W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A
33 Nipa Mandal [email protected] MA NSOU
41 Rakhi Roy [email protected] MA NSOU
43 Manisha Atar [email protected] B. ED W.B.U.T.T.E.P.A


Department of Sociology

Sukanta Mahavidyalaya


Special Lecture on Gender Sensitization and Sexual Harassment
Dated: 22nd September, 2022

A Special lecture has been organized on the topic of “Gender Sensitization and Sexual Harassment”. Series of topics regarding gender violence, gender bias, equity and inequality have been discussed by the departmental faculties. 3rd and 5th Semester B.A Programme Course students have attended this lecture on 22/09/2022.  

Lecture delivered by

Dr. Shreya Ganguly (Assistant Professor) & Mr. Krishanu Majumder (SACT)

Department of Sociology,

Sukanta Mahavidyalaya

Date: 22/09/2022

Time: from 12.30 P.M onwards

Result Analysis

Department of Sociology

North Bengal University 1st, 3rd and 5th Semester Examination, 2022


Sukanta Mahavidyalaya

Dhupguri, Jalpaiguri

বিষয়: সমাজবিজ্ঞান


Google form links for Uploading Answer Scripts (UG 1st, 3rd & 5th Semester Examination, 2022): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oFRq-wQll9Z7ODlU6goJM63ctva9J1Bb/view?usp=sharing