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Mishra, B.B. Administration History of India, Vols, I & II, Allied Pub, Bombay.

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HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL505CC

Semester :

5

Ancient Indian Policy and Thought (APT)

Course type :

Core course

Total Credit :

04

Teaching time (hours)

Examination Marking scheme

Theory (hrs)

Practical (hrs)

Internal (Marks)

External (Marks)

Total (Marks)

4 X 15 = 60




30

70 ( Paper of 3 hrs)

100

NDRARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSI

Unit

No.

Topic

No.

Content

Hrs.

Marks

W + %

Credit

1




Political Institutions and Thought in the Vedic era.













1.1

Political Institution

1) Monarchy 2) Sabha (Assembly) 3) Samiti (Committee)















1.2

Political Thought

  1. State 2) Society 3) Dharm 4) Dandniti










2




Political Thought during epic Age













2.1

Political thought in the Ramayana













2.2

Political thought in the ‘SHANTIPARVA’ of Mahabharata










3




Political institutions and thoughts in the GANARAJYA Age













3.1

Monarchy and Council of Ministers













3.2

Political thought in the ‘ARATHSHASHTRA’ of Chanakya

1) State 2) Administration 3) Judiciary 4) King 5) Taxes












4




Causes fare decline of the Ancient Indian Policy













4.1

Political Causes













4.2

Social Causes













4.3

Religion Causes













4.4

Military Causes












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HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL506CC

Semester :

5

Modern Constitutions – I (MC- I)

Course type :

Core course

Total Credit :

04

Teaching time (hours)

Examination Marking scheme

Theory (hrs)

Practical (hrs)

Internal (Marks)

External (Marks)

Total (Marks)

4 X 15 = 60




30

70 ( Paper of 3 hrs)

100

NDRARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSI

Unit

No.

Topic

No.

Content

Hrs.

Marks

W + %

Credit

1




British Constitution - I













1.1

Characteristics of the British Constitutions













1.2

The Parliament













1.3

The Crown










2




British Constitution - II













2.1

The Prime Minister and Cabinet













2.2

The Judiciary













2.3

Political Parties










3




Constitution of the United State - I













3.1

Characteristics of the US constitutions













3.2

The Congress










4




Constitution of the United State - II













4.1

The President













4.2

The supreme Court and the Concept of Judicial Review













4.3

The Political parties in US









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