“Learn today leading tomorrow”
Be it an emphasis on collaborative learning, interaction with experts, professional skills, or relevant curriculum, every aspect of the academic programme at CMR University’s School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SOSSH) is adequately addressed.
Through our high quality academic programmes, we groom students with the aim to make them industry-ready professionals armed with hands-on knowledge in their selected field of specialization. Strong tie-ups with our globally known knowledge partners and CMR group’s
legacy in the field of education complements this unique learning journey at CMR University.
To be a leading knowledge centre, empowering through creative teaching – learning and research for global social well-being.
Focussing on the need for knowledge-driven and sustainable progress at focal point, the School aims to-
Faculty: The faculty at the SOSSH comprises of subject experts, practitioners and industry experts. The faculty members have rich experience in the field of their respective specialization.
Industry Interface: The campus has established excellent interface with the organizations in various sectors. Professional direction for students is offered by Career Development Cell through the involvement of key industry professionals, who act as mentors.
Internship and Placements: Mandatory internships in organizations is provide based on competency mapping of students’ knowledge and skill-sets with the job profiles.
Wireless Hotspots: In addition to the wired network, the entire campus has a parallel wireless Network. The networked resources can be accessed from virtually anywhere in the campus.
Library: Fully computerized and well stocked library with textbooks, reference books, periodicals, journals, newspapers and CDs.
The School of Social Science and Humanities has formed three specialized clubs: Psychology Club; Literature and Journalism Club; and Community Development and Social Work Club. These clubs provide students opportunity to learn through co and extra-curricular activities.
The community-partnership and experiential learning is an essential part of most of our academic programmes, giving students opportunity to work on real-world problems. Our students are regularly engaged in field-work with aim to: