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SVKM NMIMS Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts (JDSoLA)

V.L.Mehta Road, Vile Parle (W) , Mumbai - 400056
District: Mumbai (Maharashtra)
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Established      :    2006
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Courses Offered by SVKM NMIMS Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts (JDSoLA)

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NMIMS has been a pioneer and a thought-leader in the field of higher education. The Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts is yet another effort to respond to the unmet educational needs of society. The three year under graduate program offered by the School, provides broad-based and trans-disciplinary education by offering a wide spectrum of courses in Humanities, Social Sciences, Formal Sciences, Law, Fine Arts and Performing Arts.

 Course(s) Offered by SVKM NMIMS Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts (JDSoLA)  
B.A. Liberal Arts (Hons)
1 .
3 years
Admission Procedure
i) NPAT (NMIMS Programs After Twelfth) test (May)
ii) Short written test and personal interview (June)
Medium of Instruction
No. of Seats
80 seats
Other Details
The Liberal Arts programme at NMIMS is a three year undergraduate, interdisciplinary programme geared towards creating holistic individuals capable of actively contributing to society through their chosen field of interest. The first two years are common to all while the third year is geared towards preparing students for careers. The semesters are thematically driven such that across subjects students are studying common themes. Some of the themes to be covered in the two years include: an understanding of contemporary India, understanding the historical context of the modern world, understanding revolutions among others. These themes will be explored through the lenses of Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Literature, Philosophy and Creative Expression. In the third year students will have the choice of taking up either (a) Advanced Courses in Humanities (b) Professional courses in media, journalism, design etc (c) General Management. The course architecture gives further details of the curriculum. Classroom teaching is complemented with field projects and study tours.