Provide academic excellence and value-based education to create professionals for a better tomorrow.
- To provide contextually relevant management education, and prepare them for higher education in Management Studies
- To give a global perspective through value-based education for social transformation.
- To train the students with required skills and competence for employment both in the domestic and global market
- To promote and emphasis on experiential learning and skill-based learning in the areas of management
About the Course
The Department of Humanities at ST PAULS COLLEGE with varieties of subject combinations that include Journalism, Psychology, Political Science and English Literature gives to our students the best opportunities for learning through curricular as well as extra-curricular activities. Our students have represented and published research papers in seminars and conferences and have won prizes and awards both nationally and internationally. The Department conducts annual Inter-Collegiate Fest HUMANZA and Intra-Collegiate Fest IKANOS which are platforms for our students to excel in extracurricular activities. Experts from industry and reputed institutions are invited on a need basis to equip the students ready for job markets. Department provides opportunities for job-oriented internships, industrial visits, educational tours, extension services and outreach programmes. A candidate shall be awarded the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts (B.A.) after the successful completion of the course that lasts for three years and an Honours in B.A. after 4 years.
The objective of the department is to impart theoretical knowledge blended with practical experience. We guide and enthuse our students to gain a professional touch already at the undergraduate level. The department publishes a fortnightly Newsletter PAULA PATHRIKA, a daily Newsletter DAILY CHRONICLE, a quarterly magazine COSMOS, a monthly coffee table book photo magazine LenCa and ST PAULS TV which covers all the activities of the college and telecasts them regularly in the college. All such publications offer our students apt forums to showcase and finetune their journalistic talents. Our students also have a YouTube channel, DHRISTI, where documentaries on the life of people in and around our college and in the city are posted.
The course focuses on the scientific study of the human mind and how it dictates and influences our behavior from communication and memory to thought and emotion. The objective is to understand what makes people think and how this understanding can help them address many of the problems and issues in society today. The course focuses on the study of human behavior and the thoughts, feelings, and motivations behind it through observation, measurement and testing in order to form conclusions that are based on sound scientific methodology.
Journalist, Editorial Assistant, Content Writer, Editor, Proof Reader, Web Content Manager, Copywriter, Multimedia Specialist, Public Relations Officer, Translator, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Counsellor, Therapist, Lecturer, NGO, Artist, Designer, Engineer, Script Writer, Screenwriter, Advertiser, Lawyer, Marketing Executive, Public Administrator, Researcher Scholar, Public Relations Officer, etc.