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21st October 2016, 12:34 PM
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Can I do M.A. in Sociology by distance education being an M.Sc degree holder? Would it make a difference if I do M.A. along with my Science PhD?


Hello, I am a post-graduate, with B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees. However, I am keen to pursue a career in Sociology, especially in academia, as a lecturer/professor. Considering this, can I do an M.A. in Sociology by distance education, and then do a PhD as a regular scholar, or would it be better to do the M.A. in the regular stream as well before doing my PhD? Would it make a difference (M.A. regular vs. M.A. distance) when it comes to employment opportunities in teaching? I fully intend to do a PhD either way, and also qualify for NET.




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