Department of Rural Sociology

Rural Sociology is not a new discipline for the developed nations. It is deeply rooted in the societies which have morality and civilization concepts understood. A good number of underdeveloped societies also realized the importance of this field. The developing countries have realized the importance of Rural Sociology for addressing their rural social problems.

ACADEMIC STAFF
Name Qualification Designation Detailed Profile Email

Dr. Muhammad Javed Shaikh

Ph.D. (Malaysia)

Associate Professor and Chairman

- mjsheikh@sau.edu.pk

Dr. Ghulam Mujtaba Khushk

Ph.D. (Malaysia)

Assistant Professor

- gmkhushk@sau.edu.pk

Mr. Muhammad Ali Shaikh

M.Sc (SAU)

Assistant Professor

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masheikh@sau.edu.pk

Mr. Arshad Ali Narejo

M.Sc (SAU)

Lecturer

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aanarejo@sau.edu.pk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSES OFFERED
Code Title of Course Credit Hours

TERM-I

2(2-0)

Introduction to Rural Sociology (FAHV)

2(2+0)

TERM-II

3(3-0)

Introduction to Rural Sociology (FASS)

3(3+0)

TERM-III

3(3-0)

Rural Development

3(3+0)

TERM-V

RS-501

Community Development

3(2+1)

RS-503

Human Resources Development

3(3+0)

RS-505

Social Mobilization

3(2+1)

RS-507

Social Demography

3(2+1)

RS-509

Human Ecology

3(2+1)

Elective-I

Agricultural and Rural Development

3(2+1)

TERM-VI

RS-502

Rural Social Institutions

3(2+1)

RS-504

Sociology of Development

3(2+1)

RS-506

Rural Labour

3(2+1)

RS-508

Environmental Sociology

3(2+1)

Elective-II

Diffusion of Innovations

3(2+1)

TERM-VII

RS-601

Methods of Social Research

3(2+1)

RS-603

Social Psychology

3(2+1)

RS-605

Anthropology and Development

3(2+1)

RS-609

Agrarian Reform and Rural Development

3(2+1)

Elective-III

Management of Rural Dev. Programs

3(2+1)

TERM-VIII

RS-602

Internship & Report Writing

3(2+1)

RS-604

Diffusion of Innovations  (Minor)

3(2+1)

RS-606

Gender and Development

3(2+0)

RS-610

Internship and Report Writing

4(0+4)

 

 

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