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Reference Book

No

Book Name

1

Ramchandra Gupta – Western Political Thought – Lakshmi Narain Agrawal Agra – 2006

2

Plant R. – Modern Political Thought, Oxford, Blackwell, 1991

3

Anderson B : Imagined Communities, London Verso, 1991

4

Boggs C. : the Socialist Tradition, From Crisis to Decline, New York, Routledge, 1995

5

Funderbunk and Thobaden R.G. : political Ideologies : Left, Centre and right, New York, Harprer Collins College Publisher, 1994

6

Kymilca W : Contemporary Political Philosophy : An Introduction, Oxford, the Clarendon Press, 1990

7

Lean P. Baradat, Political Ideologies : Their origins and Impact, Englewood chiffs NJ, Prentce Hall, 1989.

8

Macridis, R.C : Contemporary Political Ideologies : Movements and Regimes, New York, Harper Collins, 1992.

9

Patel Jayanti K. : Adhunik Rajyakiy Vichar Dhara, University Grant Nirman Board, Ahmedabad.

10

Pantham, Thomas and Parekh B.C. : Political Discourse : Exploration in India and Western Political Thought, New Delhi, Sage 1987.

11

Pokhraj Jain : Adhunik Rajakiya Vichardhara (Hindi)

12

Yagnik,J.A. : Paschayat Tatvagnam no Saral Itihas (Translation) (Gujarati)

13

Allen J.W. : A History of Political Thought in the Sixteenth Century, Methuen, 1967.

14

Barker E. : Political Thought of Plato and Aristotal, New York,Dover Publication, 1969.

15

Coker E.W. : Reading in Political Philosophy.

16

Coleman J. : A History of Political Thought : From Ancient Greece to Early Christianity, London, Blackwell, 2000.

17

Dunning W.A. : A History of Political Theories.

18

Gettal R.G. : History of Political Thought, New York, Novell and Co. 1924.

19

Joshi Vindhachal and Parmar B.D. Paschatya, Rajakiya Chintako, (Hindi) Prakashan Kendra, Lacknow.

20

Mukherjee S. and Ramaswami S. : A History of Political Thought, Plato to Marx, New Delhi, Prentice Hall, 1999.

21

Skinner Q, : The Foundation of Modern Political Thought, 2 Volumes, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, 1990.

22

Sabine G.H. : History of Political Theory, 4th Edithom, revised by Thorsan, New Delhi, Oxford and IBH, 1973.

23

Ebenstein William : Great Political Thinkers, New Delhi, Oxford and IBH 1969.

24

Warburton N. and Marravers D. : Readings in Political Philosophy : Machiavelli to Milli, London, Routledge in association with Oper University 2000.

25

Prangobinda das – History or Political Thought –reprintes – 2006 – New Central book Agency (p) Ltd. Kolkata – 2006.



HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL604CC

Semester :

6

Public Administration – II(PA-II)

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




Administrative Behavior, Leadership, Process of Decision Making, Accountability in Administration










2




Bureaucracy in Administration, Budget : Making and Implementation










3




Public Administration in the age of Globalization and Liberalization, Public Responsibility










4




Legislative control and Judicial control over administration












Reference Book

No

Book Name

1

Neena – Development of Public Administration in India – Alfa pub – 2009 pacific p pub 2008.

2

Rao VB – Public Administration – Kalpez – 2008.

3

R.K. Arora – Public Administration in India – Paragon Int. Pub – 2006.

4

Bureaucracy and Good Governance, G.S. Rana – Alfa Publications.

5

Public Administration in India – Ramesh K. Arora – Alfa Publications.

6

Basu, Rumki, Public Administration – Theory and Concepts, Latest Edition.

7

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

8

Jain, R.B. Aspects of Personnel Administration, IIPA, New Delhi, 1994.

9

Sharfrits, Jay Metal Personnel Management in Government, Marcel Dekker, New York.

10

M. Sharma – Indian Administration – Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd. – New Delhi – 2003.

11

Prof. Amreshwar Avasthi, Prof. Anand Prakash Avasthi – Indian Administration – Lakshmi Narain Agrawal Agra – 2006-07.

12

Avasthi A. and Maheshwani S.R. : Public Administration, Lakshmi Narain Agrawal, 2001.

13

Arora R.K. Comparative Public Administration, New Delhi, Asia Publishing House, 1977.

14

Appleby Paul : Policy and Administration, Alabma, University of Alabana Press, 1957.

15

Bhambri C.P. : Administration Structure : Process and Behavior, Calcutta, The World Press. 1991.

16

Dimock M.E. and Dimock G.I. : Public Administration, Oxford IBH Publishing Co.

17

Desai Kitridev, Rajya Vajivat (Gujarati)

18

Galembeewski R.T. : Public Administration as a Developing Discipline : Perspectives on Past, Present, and Future, New York Mercell Dekker, 1977.

19

Pandya Hasmukh J: Rajya Vahivat Na Mool Tatwo (Gujarati)

20

Singh H. and Singh M : Public Administration in India : Theory and Practice, New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1990.

21

Shukla Gajendra : Public Administration, (Gujarati)

22

Wilson J.Q. : Bureaucracy : What Government does and why they do it ? New York, Basic Books, 1989.



HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL605CC

Semester :

6

Human Rights(HRC)

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




Concept of Human Rights













1.1

Evolution of Human Rights













1.2

Nature and Importance of Human Rights













1.3

Classification of human Rights










2




International Document on Human Rights













2.1

International agreement of Civil and Political Rights (Article – 1 to 28)













2.2

International agreement for abolition of all types of gender of discrimination (Article – 1 to 7)













2.3

Human Rights and war.










3




Human Rights in India













3.1

Indian constitutional and Human Rights













3.2

Laws contradictory to the Human Rights provisions Incorporated in the constitution













3.3

Economic and Social rights incorporated in the part – IV of constitution










4




Human Rights and the United Nations













4.1

Human Rights declared by the United Nations













4.2

The role of United Nations in preserving Human Rights













4.3

Evaluation of the Human Rights declared by United Nations









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