Smt. Chinamma Basappa Patil, Arts & Commerce Degree College, Chincholi

Established in 1983
Affiliated to Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi and
NAAC Accreditation B+ Grade

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B.A. Course

Total Intake: 400

 

Eligibility: Pre Universtiy course in  Arts or equivalent  Course recognized by the Universities.

Duration of Course: 3 years (Six Semesters)

 

THE ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO 3 YEAR  Bachelor Degree in Arts COURSE AS GIVEN BELOW:

a)  An applicant who has  passed pre University course successful or equivalent Course recognized by the Universities.

b)  Minimum percentage of marks in qualifying examination shall not be below 45% (44.5 % and above shall be treated as 45%) of total marks in case of general category applicants and 40% (39.5% and above shall be treated as 40%) of total marks in case of SC and ST applicants.

 

AWARD OF DEGRE:

3 years Bachelor of Arts  Degree Course:

A student shall be eligible for the award of  Bachelor of Arts Degree after he / she has successfully completed all the prescribed courses in all the semesters and his/ her character and conductor found to be satisfactory during the course.

Course-wise Combinations:

Basic:
Kannada, English, Hindi, Urdu (Choose any two)

Optional: (Choose any one of the fallowing combination group)
• History, Kannada, Sociology & ECA
• History, Economics, Political Science & ECA.
• History, Political Science, Rural Development & ECA.
• Economics, Rural Development, Computer Application & ECA

 Statement showing the B.A/B.Com. I, III & V Combination wise Strength for 2018-19

B.A.I   Sem

1

Hist

Kan

 

21

 

 

 

 

81

2

Hist

Econ

Pol.Sc.

21

3

Hist

R.D.

Pol.Sc

28

4

Hist

Econ

Com. Appln

11

B.A.III Sem

1

Hist

Kan

Soci

24

 

 

 

 

87

2

Hist

Econ

Pol.Sc.

28

3

Hist

R.D

Pol.Sc

21

4

 

Econ

Comp. Appln.

14

B.A.V Sem

1

Hist

Kan

Soci

18

 

 

 

 

47

2

Hist

Econ

P.Sc.

21

3

Hist

 

Comp. Appn

01

4

Hist

R.D

Pol.Sc

   05

B.Com.I Sem

1

Fin

Marktg

Business

56

56

B.Com.III Sem

1

Acct.3

B.C.R.

S.B.M

62

62

B.Com.V Sem

1

Prin,

Auditing

B. Law

Prin. Of Mgt.

44

44

Grand Total

377

 

Statement showing the B.A/B.Com. I, III & V Combination wise Strength 2017-18

 

1)    Total Fees Collected                           Rs.    11,14,010=00

2)    Admission Fees GUK                            Rs.     6,07,698=00

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                                      Bank Balance         Rs.       5,06,312=00

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF KANNADA

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

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PROPOSED UNDER GRADUATE (UG) SYLLABUS IN SOCIOLOGY  CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

 WITH EFFECT FROM 2018-19 ONWARDS

 

SEMESTER

 

TYPES OF PAPER

 

TITLE OF THE PAPERS

NO. OF HOURS OF TEACHING /WEEK / T

NO. OF CREDITS

THEORY             80

IA

20

TOTAL

100

I

DSC 1A

DSC1A: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

06

06

80

20

100

II

DSC 1B

DSC 1B: FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIOLOGICAL

               THOUGHT

06

06

80

20

100

III

GE 1

 

DSC 1C

GE 1: CRIME AND SOCIETY

 

DSC 1C: SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS

02

06

02

06

40

80

10

20

50

100

IV

GE 2

DSC 1D

GE 2:       SOCIETY IN INDIA

DSC 1D: INDIAN SOCIETY ISSUES & PROBLEMS

02

06

02

06

40

80

10

20

50

100

V

SEC 1

DSE 1

DSE 1

SEC 1:   SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY

DSE 1: POPULATION AND SOCIETY

                         OR

DSE 1: SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH

02

        06

06

02

       06

       06

40

80

--

10

20

--

50

100

--

VI

SEC 2

DSE 2

 

DSE 2

SEC 2 : CULTURE & SOCIETY IN INDIA

 

DSE2: SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIAL

               LEGISLATION

                             OR

DSE 2: SOCIOLOGY OF SOCIAL MOVEMENT

02

06

 

06

02

06

 

06

40

80

 

--

10

20

 

--

50

100

 

--

 

 

Total

56

56

640

160

800

 

NOTE: DSC-Discipline Specific Core Course, GE-Generic Elective, SEC-Skill Enhancement

Course, DSE-Discipline Specific Elective, L=Lecture, T=Tutorial  

SEMESTER – I

DSC1A: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Objective:

 

 

Unit- I: Introduction

 

A) Meaning, Definition, Nature, and Scope

B) Development & Significance of Sociology

C)   Sociology its Relationship with other Social Science

Psychology, Environmental Science, Public Health  

 

Unit –II: Uses of Sociology

A)      Introduction to Applied Sociology

B)      Trends in Sociology

C)      Sociology & Professional Development

Unit- III: Basic Concepts of Sociology

 

A) Community – Meaning, Definition & Characteristics

B) Association - Meaning, Definition & Characteristics

C) Institution - Meaning, Definition & Characteristics

 

Unit – IV: Individual and Society

A)      Meaning, Definition & Characteristics of Culture

B)      Meaning, Definition & Importance of Socializations

C)      Individual & Society its Significance

Unit –V: Social Stratification and Mobility

A)      Meaning, Definition & characteristics of Stratification

B)      Forms and theories of Social Stratification

C)      Forms of Social Mobility

Unit-VI: Social Control and Social Change.

A)      Meaning, Definition and Types of Social Control.

B)      Meaning, Definition, and Factors of Social Change.

C)      Evolution, Revaluation, Progress & Development

References:

  1. Bottomore, T.B. 1972. Sociology: A guide to problems and literature. Bombay: George Allen and Unwin (India).
  2. Harlambos, M. 1998. Sociology: Themes and perspectives. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  3. Inkeles, Alex. 1987. What is sociology? New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India.
  4. Jayaram, N. 1988. Introductory sociology. Madras: Macmillan India.
  5. Johnson, Harry M. 1995. Sociology: A systematic introduction. New Delhi: Allied Publishers.

SEMESTER – II

DSC 1B: FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIOLOGICAL THOUGHT

Objectives:

 

               and intellectual contexts in which sociology emerged as a distinctive discipline.

 

Unit –I: The Emergence of Sociology

 

A)      Origin & Growth of Sociology

B)      Contributors to Development of Sociology

C)      Role of French and Industrial Revaluation in Emergence of Sociology

 

Unit –II: The Pioneers of Sociology

A)      August Comte - Positivism

B)      Herbert Spencer - Social Darwinism, Super Organic Evolution.

C)      Max Weber - Authority, and The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

Unit –III: School of Classical Theory

A)      Emil Durkheim - Social Solidarity, and Suicide

B)      Karl Marx- Materialist Conception of History, and Class Struggle

C)      Vilfredo Pareto- Circulation of Elites

Unit –IV: Schools of Sociological Theory

A)      Redclif Brown – Structural Theory Functionalism - Conflict School

B)      Talcot Parson – Functional Theory

C)      Herbert Bloomer – Symbolic Intreactionisam

Unit –V: Sociological Thought in India

A)      Basaweshwara – Life Sketch

B)      Social Equality & Kayaka Concept

C)      Status of Women

Unit –VI: Modern Sociological Thought

A)      Dr. B.R. Ambedkar - Life Sketch

B)      Education, Organization & Agitation

C)      Alienation of Caste & Social Change

References:

  1. Aron, Raymond. 1967 (1982 reprint). Main currents in sociological thought (2 volumes).Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books.
  2. Barnes, H.E. 1959. Introduction to the history of sociology. Chicago: The Universityof Chicago Press.
  3. Coser, Lewis A. 1979. Masters of sociological thought. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  4. Fletcher, Ronald. 1994. The making of sociology (2 volumes). Jaipur: Rawat.
  5. Morrison, Ken. 1995. Marx, Durkheim, Weber: Formation of modern social thought.London: Sage.
  6. Ritzer, George. 1996. Sociological theory. New Delhi: Tata-McGraw Hill.

 

SEMESTER –III

GE 1: CRIME AND SOCIETY

 Objectives:

 

      on sociological explanations

 

Unit –I : Introduction

 

A)      Meaning Definitions & Types of Crimes

B)      Legal, Behavioral, Sociological; Crime & Delinquency

C)      Types of Crime, White-Collar Crime, Terrorism-Related Crimes

 

Unit – II: Sociological Perspectives

 

A)      Differential Association, Group Processes, Delinquent Subculture, Opportunity Structure,

B)      Social Structure and Anomie,

C)      Marxian Perspective, Labeling Theory

 

Unit –III: Changing Profile of Crime and Criminals in Contemporary India

 

A)      Theories of Punishment - Retributive, Deterrent, Reformative

B)      Correction: Meaning and Types – Prison-Based, Community-Based

C)      Probation, Parole, & Open Prison

 

 

References:

 

  1. Teeters, Negley and Harry Elnar Barnes. 1959. New Horizons in Criminology. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India. Sociology 35
  2. Sutherland, Edwin. H. and Donald R.Cressey. 1968. Principles of Criminology. Bombay: Times of India Press.
  3. Parsonage, William H. 1979. Perspectives on Criminology. London: Sage Publications.
  4. Ministry of Home Affairs. 1998. Crime in India. New Delhi: Government of India
  5. Gill, S.S. 1998. The Pathology of Corruption. New Delhi: Harper Collins Publishers(India)
  6. Reid, Suetitus. 1976. Crime and Criminology. Illinois: Deyden Press. Merton, R.K. 1972. Social Theory and Social Structure. New Delhi: Emerind Publishing Co.

 

SEMESTER –III

DSC 1 C: SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS

 

 

Objectives:

 

 

Unit –I: Introduction

A)      Meaning, Nature, Scope and Significance of Social Research

B)      Conceptualization and Formulation of Hypothesis

C)      Concept & Significance of Research Design

 

Unit –II: Scientific Study of Social Phenomena

A)      Scientific Method, Logic in Social Science

B)      Objectivity and Subjectivity in Social Science

C)      Major Steps in Social Research

 

Unit –III: Methods of Research

A)      Quantitative Research

B)      Qualitative Research

C)      Questioner & Interview Method

 

Unit –IV: Types of Research

A)      Basic and Applied Research

B)      Historical and Empirical Research

C)      Descriptive, Exploratory, Explanatory & Experimental

 

Unit –V: Source of Data Collection:

A)      Survey, Sampling Techniques,

B)      Primary and Secondary Sources of Data

C)      Scheduled & Observation

 

Unit –VI: Classification and Presentation of Data

A)      Coding, Tables, Graphs, Histograms

B)      Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion

C)      Statistical Analysis of Correlation, Variance and Co-Variance.

 

 

References:

 

  1. Bajaj and Gupta. 1972. Elements of Statistics. New Delhi: R.Chand and Co.
  2. Bryman, Alan. 1988. Quality and Quantity in Social Research. London: Unwin Hyman.
  3. Jayaram, N. 1989. Sociology: Methods and Theory. Madras: MacMillian.
  4. Kothari, C.R. 1989. Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques, Bangalore, Wiley Eastern.
  5. Shipman, Martin. 1988. The Limitations of Social Research. London: Sage.
  6. Young, P.V. 1988. Scientific Social Surveys and Research. New Delhi: Prentice Hall.

 

 

   SEMESTER –IV

             GE 2: SOCIETY IN INDIA

 

 

 

Objectives:

 

 

Unit –I: Introduction

 

A)      The Structure and Composition of Indian Society

B)      Villages, Towns, Cities and Rural-Urban Linkages;

C)      Tribes, Weaker Section, Dalits, Women and Minorities,

Theirs Problems, Challenges & Constructional Safeguards

 

Unit –II: Cultural and Ethnic Diversity

 

 

A)      Meaning Definition & Significance of Unity & Diversity of Indian Society

B)      Diversities in respect of Languages Caste & Religion

C)      Merits & Demerits of Religious Beliefs & Practices

 

Unit-III: Basic Institutions of Indian Society

 

A)      Meaning, Definition & Importance - Kinship, Family, Marriage

B)      Meaning, Definition & Importance - Religion Caste and Class

C)      Changing Dimensions

 

 

References:

 

  1. Bose, N.K. 1967: Culture and Society in India. Bombay : Asia Publishing House.
  2. Bose, N.K. 1975: Structure of Hindu Society. New Delhi.
  3. Dube, S.C. 1990 : Society in India (New Delhi : National Book Trust)
  4. Dube, S.C. 1995 : Indian Village (London : Routledge)
  5. Dube, S.C. 1958 : India’s Changing Villages (London : Routledge and Kegan Paul)
  6. Karve, Irawati, 1961 : Hindu Society : An Interpretation (Poona : Deccan College)

 

 

 

     SEMESTER –IV

      DSC 1D: INDIAN SOCIETY ISSUES & PROBLEMS

 

 

Objectives:

 

 

Unit –I: Introduction

A)      Meaning & Definitions of Social Problems  

B)      Disharmony – Religious, Ethnic and Regional Problems

C)      Intra & Inter Generational Conflict

 

Unit-II: Familial Problems

A)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - Dowry

B)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - Divorce

C)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - Domestic Violence

 

Unit –III: Developmental Issues

A)      Regional Disparities, Development Induced Displacement

B)      Ecological Degradation and Environmental Pollution

C)      Consumers Crisis of Values

 

Unit-IV: Social Disorganization

A)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - White Collar Crime

B)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - Corruption

C)      Causes, Consequences & Remedies - Drug Addiction & Suicide

 

Unit-V: Violence Against Women

A)      Meaning and Definition of Violence

B)      Nature and Extent of Violence

C)      Remedial Programmes

 

Unit VI: Intolerance

A) Meaning, Definition & Importance of Intolerance

B) Causes and Consequences

C) Remedial Measures

 

References:

  1. Beteille, Andre. 1974. Social Inequality, New Delhi: OUP
  2. Beteille, Andre. 1992. Backward Classes in Contemporary India., New Delhi: OUP
  3. Berreman, G.D. 1979. Caste and Other Inequalities: Essays in Inequality. Meerut:Folklore Institute.
  4. Dube, Leela. 1997. Women and Kinship. Comparative Perspectives on Gender in South and Southeast Asia. New Delhi: Sage Publications.
  5. Gadgil, Madhav and Guha, Ramchandra. 1996. Ecology and Equity : The use and Abuse of Nature in Contemporary India., New Delhi.: OUP

 

  

SEMESTER –V

SEC- 1: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

 

 

Objectives:

 

 

Unit-I: Introduction: Science and Technology:

A)      Concept of Science- Features, Ethos of Science, Social Responsibility of Science.

B)      Concept of Technology –Technological Determinism,

C)      Social Control of Science and Technology.

 

Unit-II: History of Science in India:

A)      Science in Pre-Colonial Era

B)      Science in Colonial Era and Postcolonial Era.

C)      Science, Ethics and Social Responsibility.

 

Unit-III: Technology and Social Change:

A)      Technology and the Rate of Social Change

B)      Mechanization and Social Change and Barriers to Technological Change

C)      Social Consequences of Science and Technology on Civil Society

 

Reference:

  1. Merton Robert. K: “Social Theory and Social Structure “American Publishing Co. New Delhi, 1981.
  2. Wearley, Steven: “Science, Technology and Social Change” Unwin Hyman, London, 1988.
  3. Merton Robert. K: “Sociology of Science: theoretical and Empirical Investigations” Norman W Stour (Ed.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973.
  4. Toffler, Alvin: “Future Shock New York: Alfred A. Knot, 1970. Toffler explores the implications of the rapid pace of change in the modern world.
  5. S.C. Datt and S.B Srivastave (Ed.) “Science and Society” Vikas Publishing house Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, 1985.
  6. A.N. kothar. John Misquitala, S.J. Sidhansher Palsale (Ed.)“Science technology and social Change”, Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Delhi.1986

 

               SEMESTER –V

DSE 1: POPULATION AND SOCIETY

 

 

Objectives:

 

Unit-I     Introduction:

A)      Meaning, Definition and Origin of Population Science

B)      Nature and Scope of Population Science

C)      Importance and Development of Population Science

 

Unit II       Fundamental Concept of Population Science

A)      Nuptiality,

B)      Fertility

C)      Mortality & Migration

 

Unit –III   Theories of Population

A)      Malthusian Theory of Population

B)      Optimum Theory of Population

C)      Transition Theory of Population

 

Unit- IV   Population Growth

A)      World Population Growth (trends)

B)      Indian Population Growth (trends)

C)      Causes and Consequences of Populating Growth

Unit V     Population Education

A)      Sex, Health, Education

B)      Family Welfare Education.

C)      Family & Reproductive Health

Unit-VI: Population Policy of India

A)      Problems of Implementing Growth Control Measures

B)      Causes for Success and Failures of Government Policies

C)      Population Policy of India

Reference:

  1. Thompson and Lowis: Population Problems                                                                
  2. A Bhende and Tara Kaniska :Principles of Population Study                   
  3. Hans Raj: Introduction to Demography                                       
  4. Premi and others : An Introduction to social Demography        
  5. Donnia Wron: Indias Population Problems                                   
  6. Agarwal S.N : Indian Population Problems                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER –V

DSE 1: SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH

 

 

Objectives:

 

Unit- I                    Introduction

A)      Meaning and definition of health

B)      Scope and importance of sociology of health

C)      Sociological perspective on health and illness

Unit-II           Indian Medicine System

A)      Origin and growth of Indian medicine

B)      Forms of Indian medicine

a) Yoga b) Ayurveda c) Unani d) Homeopathy e) Allopathy

Unit-III           Community health in India

A)      Meaning and definition of community health.

B)      Community health problems

C)      Mal-nurtured and nutritious components

 

Unit –IV         Social Epidemiology in India.

A)      Meaning and definition of epidemiology

B)      Public health concept

C)      Life style and Non-communicable diseases (B.P. obesity and sugar)

 

Unit- V           National Health Policy

A)      Health polices in India

B)      Health education

C)      Millennium health goals

Unit – VI: Swacha Bharat Abhiyan

A)      Meaning Definition & Significance

B)      Objectives of Swatch Bharat Abhiyan

C)      Swacha Bharat Abhiyan & Health Awareness

 

Reference:

  1. Albert Gary L :Quality of Life in Health Care Advances in Medical Sociology
  2. Bloom Sameelw :The Doctor and His Patient
  3. Coe, Rodney M: Sociology of Medicine
  4. Chloe Berd Feter Conard: Medical sociology
  5. Cookerharm Wilkim.C.: Medical sociology.

 

SEMESTER –VI

         SEC – 2: CULTURE AND SOCIETY IN INDIA

 

Objectives:

 

Unit–I: - Society

A)      Meaning, Definition, Forms and Origin of Society

B)      Characteristics, Nature and Scope of Societies

C)      Theories of origin of Society and Individual.

 

Unit–II:- Culture

A)      Concept, Characteristics and Classification of Culture

B)      Culture, Civilization and Components of Culture

C)      Structure of Culture and Importance of Culture

 

Unit –III: - Relationship between Culture and Society

A)      Characteristics of Indian Culture

B)      Culture and Personality Development

C)      Cultural Factors of Social Change.

 

Reference:

  1. Bose, N.K. 1976, Culture and Society in India. Bombay: Asia Publishing House.
  2. Bose, N.K. 1975, Structure of Hindu Society. New Delhi
  3. Dube, S.C. 1990, Society I India. (New Delhi: National Book Trust)
  4. Dube, S.C. 1995, Indian Village (London: Rout ledge).
  5. Karve, Irawati, 1961: Hindu Society: An Interpretation (Poona: Deccan – College) Lannoy.
  6. Mandelbaum, D.G. 1970: Society in India (Bombay: Popular Prakashan).
  7. Srinivas, M.N. 1963: Social Change in Modern India (California, Berkeley: University of California Press).
  8. Singh, Yogendra, 1973: Modernization of Indian Tradition ( Delhi: Thomson Press)

  

 

SEMESTER –VI

DSE2: SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION

 Objectives:

 

 

Unit –I: Introduction

A)      Meaning, Definition & Important of Social Welfare

B)      Social Legislation - as an Instrument of Social Welfare

C)      Limitations of Social Legislation

 

Unit-II: Social Welfare Programmes

A)      Compulsory Primary Education Health Care Needs,

B)      Welfare of Women and Children

C)      Welfare of Disadvantaged Groups and Housing needs

 

Unit-III: Social Legislations

A)      Constitutional Provisions for Dalits, Tribes & Other Backward Classes, Women and Children

B)      Law Relating to Compulsory Education Employment & Labor Legislations

C)      Human Rights, Trafficking in Women and Children.

 

Unit –IV: Legislations Initiated by State Legislative Bodies

A)      Regional and Local Social Welfare Needs

B)      Health for All

C)      Insurance Schemes & Social Security

 

Unit –V: Organizations Promoting Social Welfare Programmes

A)      Central and State Government Organizations and their Functioning.

B)      Semi-Government and Nongovernmental Organizations and their Role in Social Welfare

C)      Achievements and Failures of Government Programmes

 

Unit-VI: New Approaches and Efforts

A)      Constitutional Goals in the Context of Liberalization

B)      Privatization

C)      Globalization of Indian Economy

 

 

Reference:

 

1. Kulkarni, P.D. Social Policy and Social Development in India. Madras. ASSWI, 1979.

2. Pathak, S. Social Welfare: An Evolutionary and Development Perspective, Delhi:

   McMillan, 1981

3. Patil, B.R. The Economics of Social Welfare in India, Bombay, Somayya, 1978

4. Bhatia, K.L. Law and Social Change towards 21st Century, New Delhi, Deep and

   Deep, 1994.

 

 
  

SEMESTER –VI

DSE-2: SOCIOLOGY OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

Objectives:

 

Unit – I:- Social Movements:

A)      Meaning, Definitions and Characteristics of Social Movements,

B)      Types, Revolutionary, Reform, Revival and Counter movements

C)      Basis of Social movements, Leadership and Ideology, Resource

 

Unit – II:- Religious movements in India:

A)      The SNDP movements in Kerala,

B)      The Brahmo Samaj Movement

C)      The Arya Samaj Movement

 

Unit – III:- Peasant Movements in India:

A)      The Champaran Satyagraha (1917),

B)      The Kheda Peasant Struggle, the Bardoli Movements in Gujarat,

C)      The peasant movement in Telangana and Tebhaga Movement in Bengal.

Unit – IV:- Backward Class Movements in India:

A)      Mahar Movement in Maharashtra

B)      Dalit Movement in Tamil Nadu

C)      The Non Brahmin Movement in Tamil Nadu

 

Unit – V:- Women’s Movements in India:

A)      Pre independence era

B)      The post independence period

C)      Ecological movements.

 

Unit –VI: Trade Union Movement in India

 

A)      Meaning, Definitions & Significance

B)      Theories of Trade Union Movements

C)      Objectives & Achievements of Trade Union Movements

Reference:

  1. Foweraker Joe, 1995 Theorising Social Moven=ments, Pluto Press, London
  2. Buechler, S. New Sociual Movement Theories in Buechler, S. and Cylke, F.K., Jr (eds) 1997. Social Movements: Perspectives and Issues. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Company.
  3. Rao, MSA 1979. Social Movements in India Vol.I and II, Manohar, New Delhi.
  4. Rao, MSA. 1979. Social Movements and Social Transformation, Manohar, New Delhi.
  5. Dhangare, D.N. 1983. Peasant Movements in India 1920-1950, OUP. Delhi
  6. Kaur, Manmohan, 1968. “Role of Women in the Freedom Movement 1857-1947”, sterling, New Delhi.
  7. Basu, Aparna, “Role of Women in the Freedom movement”, in B.R. Nanda, ed, 1976. Indian Women from purdah to Modernity, Vikas, Delhi.

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