Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
 /  Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

Introduction

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is continuing from the date of its inception with a mission of imparting teaching and promoting implementation of practical aspects of Humanities and Social Sciences to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education. Further, the vision is set for opening up research areas in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences, there by ensuring the scope for imparting Masters and Doctoral level courses in the relevant subjects belonging to the field of Applied Sciences and Humanities.

Our Departments

English is the most commonly and widely used language among foreign language speakers. Throughout the world, when people with different languages come together, they commonly use English to communicate. Even in India as a big country, people going from North to South for education or business, mostly communicate in English and this language has become a link language.
English plays an important role in producing and promoting changes and accepting new trends in the modern Indian society. English generates modernity, imparts new knowledge and skills and gives a formal system of living which is found in the developed countries of the world. Majority of the standard journals and magazines are published in English. If we have knowledge of reading, writing, understanding, speaking English, we would have better knowledge of science and technology, social sciences, industry and health. Language experts agreed that English learning is a very important aspect of life. It has been used as an official language, the language of administration of courts, legislature, etc. It is a language which has a rich literature and also covers the vast spectrum of science and technology as well as industries and commerce.
Why study economics? Study of economics provides the critical and essential understanding of the world in which you live and work. What determines the prices of the goods and services on which you spend your income, and the prices of the stocks and bonds in which you invest your savings? A second reason to study economics is that it can equip you to participate more successfully in the increasingly knowledge-based and interdependent global economy of the twenty-first century. Economics is fundamentally about choice behavior — about how individuals, families, firms and governments deploy their scarce resources so as to maximize the economic well-being of their stakeholders. A third reason to study economics is that it can give you a better understanding of the objectives, methods and limitations of government economic policy. How does the tax system affect the incentives for people to work, for families to spend and save, and for firms to invest? How do government budget deficits and debt affect the economy? Why do average standards of living vary so widely among and within countries?

Studying Psychology makes you a professional Psychologist, where you use your scientific approach to learn about human behavior and mental process and makes you to understand how we think, act and feel. A Psychologist works in a wide variety of different contexts, including clinical, legal, educational and organizational settings in both the private and public sectors. The subject of Psychology helps you to understand yourself; other people about aspects of human behavior in daily life; your interaction with others; your understanding for various psychological disorders including insight into mental illness etc.

Journalism is a very fast growing field. A successful Journalism student learns to think clearly and to make sense of the world around them. The student of Journalism learns how to communicate clearly and directly, how to work co-operatively, how to be organized, how to present himself and communicate his ideas to other people. There are enough reasons, where a student of Journalism can expand his horizons

Our Faculty

  • Dr. Barkha
    Dr. Barkha
    HOD, Department of English

    A Doctorate in English Literature from CCSU Meerut, an M.Phil and M.A.(MDU Rohtak) teaches English in PDM University, Bahadurgarh, Haryana. Having teaching experience of more than fifteen years (Graduate and Post Graduate levels).Dr. Barkha has specializations in Indian Literature Linguistics, British Poetry. She has published eleven papers in National and International journals with good impact

  • Dr. S.N. Mishra
    Dr. S.N. Mishra
    Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences

    Dr. S.N. Mishra is currently Dean of Faculty of Life Sciences

  • Prof. (Dr.) Paramjit Singh
    Prof. (Dr.) Paramjit Singh
    Dean Academic Affairs & Professor of Computer Science

    Prof Singh is working as Dean Academic Affairs, PDM University, Director Academics & Advisor, PDM Group of Educational Institutions, and Director and Professor of Computer Science at PDM College of Technology and Management, Bahadurgarh (Haryana), a leading educational institution in National Capital Region of Delhi.

  • Prof. Y.K. Mathur
    Prof. Y.K. Mathur
    Professor & Head, Department of Physics and Dean Students Welfare

    Professor Mathur has obtained his M.Sc (Integrated) in Physics and Mathematics (With Honour) and Ph.D. in Physics from Moscow University, Russia. He then did his Post Doctoral Research in The Academy of Science (JINR), Dubna, Russia; University of Rochester, USA and the University of Bielefeld, Germany.

PDM University

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                         Bahadurgarh, Haryana 124507

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