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  1. Understanding Society: Social studies education focuses on understanding society, its cultures, history, geography, economics, and the interactions between individuals, communities, and nations.

  2. Civic Responsibility and Participation: Civic education within social studies promotes civic responsibility, democratic values, and active citizenship, encouraging informed participation in democratic processes.

  3. Democratic Principles: It explores democratic principles, human rights, governance structures, and the rule of law, fostering an understanding of civic duties and rights within a democratic society.

  4. Cultural Awareness and Diversity: Social studies education emphasizes cultural awareness, diversity, and inclusivity, encouraging respect for different cultures, perspectives, and identities.

  5. Global Perspectives: It involves studying global issues, international relations, global citizenship, and the interconnectedness of societies, fostering a sense of global responsibility.

  6. Critical Thinking and Inquiry: Social studies education promotes critical thinking, inquiry skills, and the ability to analyze and evaluate information from various sources.

  7. Community Engagement: It encourages community engagement, social activism, and participation in community development initiatives, emphasizing the importance of contributing to the common good.

  8. Ethical Decision-Making: Social studies and civic education foster ethical decision-making, moral reasoning, and the development of responsible and informed individuals within society.

Social studies and civic education aim to create informed, engaged, and responsible citizens capable of actively contributing to society, advocating for social justice, and participating meaningfully in civic life.




B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies and Civic Education

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B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Works

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