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Reference Book

No

Book Name

1

Modern Political Theory Prof.P.G.Das New Central Book Agency Ltd. Kolkata-2006.

2

Learn and teach Political science R.K.Deshmukh 2007. Authers press

3

Principles and Theory of political science Sharma U & Sharma SK 2007 Atlantic

4

The Political System: An inquiry into the State of Political Science D.Easton 1953 New York, Alfred A Knopf.

5

Introduction to Political Science Agarwal

6

Introduction to Political Theory, Barry, N.P,1995 London Macmillan

7

Principles of Social and Political theory Sir Barker E

8

Political Science Gokhle B.K

9

Political Theory Today Held D 1991 Cambridge, Party Press

10

Textbooks in Political Sciences. NCERT Delhi,

11

Political theory : Ideas and concepts Ramaswamy S 2002. Macmillan

12

Electoral Systems and Party System Lijphart A.1994. New Haven Ct, Yo.k. University Press

13

Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensual Government in twenty. Democracies

14

Political theory: Ideas and Concepts Ramaswamy S. 2002 Delhi, Macmillan

15

The State and politics – Theory, Princeton N Carnoy M 1984. University Press

16

Political Theory Today Held D 1991. Cambridge, Party Press,

17

Political Theory: Traditional and modern Theory Hari Hara Das,B.C.Chaudhary Mayoor paper backs – New Delhi.




HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL102CC

Semester :

1

lntroduction to Governmental Machinery – I (IGM)

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




Unit

No.

Topic

No.

Content

Hrs.

Marks

W + %

Credit

1




Constitution







4




1.1

Meaning, Definition and Features of an Ideal Constitution.













1.2

Classification of Constitution, Types of Constitutions










2




Legislature













2.1

Meaning, Formation and Functions of Legislature













2.2

Types of Legislature: Uni- Cameral and Bi-Cameral













2.3

The Process of Law Making.










3




Executive













3.1

Meaning, Functions and Types of Executive













3.2

Parliamentary Executive: Characteristics, Merits and Demerits













3.3

Presidential Executive: Characteristics, Merits and Demerits










4




Judiciary













4.1

Meaning and Functions of Judiciary













4.2

The concept of ‘Rule of Law’, Independence of Judiciary













4.3

Judicial Review, Judicial Activism













Reference Book

No

Book Name

1

Modern Political Theory Prof.P.G.Das New Central Book Agency Ltd. Kolkata-2006.

2

Learn and teach Political science R.K.Deshmukh 2007. Authers press

3

Principles and Theory of political science Sharma U & Sharma SK 2007 Atlantic

4

The Political System: An inquiry into the State of Political Science D.Easton 1953 New York, Alfred A Knopf.

5

Introduction to Political Science Agarwal

6

Introduction to Political Theory, Barry, N.P,1995 London Macmillan

7

Principles of Social and Political theory Sir Barker E

8

Political Science Gokhle B.K

9

Political Theory Today Held D 1991 Cambridge, Party Press

10

Textbooks in Political Sciences. NCERT Delhi,

11

Political theory : Ideas and concepts Ramaswamy S 2002. Macmillan

12

Electoral Systems and Party System Lijphart A.1994. New Haven Ct, Yo.k. University Press

13

Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensual Government in twenty. Democracies

14

Political theory: Ideas and Concepts Ramaswamy S. 2002 Delhi, Macmillan

15

The State and politics – Theory, Princeton N Carnoy M 1984. University Press

16

Political Theory Today Held D 1991. Cambridge, Party Press,

17

Political Theory: Traditional and modern Theory Hari Hara Das, B.C.Chaudhary Mayoor paper backs - New Delhi.



HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAP0L101CE

Semester :

1

Introduction to Political Science-I (ITS)

Course type :

Core Elective

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



Unit

No.

Topic

No.

Content

Hrs.

Marks

W + %

Credit







Basic Concepts










1

1.1

Meaning and Scope of Political Science.







4




1.2

Significance of the study of Political Science.













1.3

Relationship of Political Science with History-Economicssociology










2




State













2.1

Meaning, Definition and Elements.













2.2

Main Functions of the State













2.3

State and Society, State and Government










3




State : Origin and Development













3.1

The Force Theory













3.2

The Social Contract Theory













3.3

The Evolutionary Theory










4




Sovereignty













4.1

Meaning Types and Main Characteristics of sovereignty













4.2

Austin’s Theory of Sovereignty and the Pluralist Theory of













4.3

Sovereignty : In the context of the changing Global Scenario









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