JLU School of Humanities and Social Sciences explores human experiences across an exceptionally broad range of subjects. With a student-centred approach, the course structure is designed to encourage students to reflect on human conditions and relevant contemporary issues. The School aims to strive for interdisciplinary interactions by challenging the conventional approach and moving beyond the traditional disciplinary compartments. The School’s holistic approach to knowledge creation, dissemination and fostering inclusive culture has successfully redefined the educational experiences. With its best in-learning infrastructure and faculty members the School lays emphasis on practical training, internships, live projects, field visits and expert lectures leading to quality placements.
The teaching is focused on enabling the students to be proactive rather than reactive. By motivating the students to become more sensitive and empathetic towards her/his fellow human beings, the students are empowered to contribute towards building a better world. Students expand their horizons by studying different subjects which helps them in preparing for an increasingly changing professional world. The skills acquired with a degree in Humanities and Social Sciences will vary with specialty, however all students attain improved skills of observation, description, synthesis, analysis and interpretation. These skills enable students to think creatively and critically in discovering solutions to issues which shapes our society.