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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

BAPOL102CE

Semester :

1

lntroduction to Governmental Machinery – I (IME)

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

1




Constitution







4




1.1

Meaning, Definition and Features of an Ideal Constitution.













1.2

Classification of Constitution, Types of Constitutions.













1.3

The Theory of Separation of Power










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

BAPO101EO

Semester :

1

Basic Concepts of Political Science – I (BCP)

Course type :

Elective open

Total Credit :

02

Teaching time (hours)

Examination Marking scheme

Theory

(hrs)


Practical

(hrs)


Internal

(Marks)


External

(Marks)


Total

(Marks)


2 X 15 = 30




30

70 ( Paper of 3 hrs)

100




Unit

No.

Topic

No.

Content

Hrs.

Marks

W + %

Credit

1




Introduction







2




1.1

Meaning













1.2

Scope of Political Science.













1.3

Importance of Study of Political Science










2




State













2.1

Meaning, Definition of State













2.2

Basic Elements of the State













2.3

State and Society










3




Sovereignty













3.1

Meaning Types of sovereignty













3.2

Main characteristics of Sovereignty













3.3

Importance of Sovereignty










4




Equality













4.1

Meaning of Equality.













4.2

Social Equality.













4.3

Political Equality and Economical Equality













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

BAPOL201CC

Semester :

2

lntroduction to Political Science – II (IPS)

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




Liberty







4




1.1

Meaning of Liberty













1.2

Types of Liberty













1.3

Liberty and Law










2




Equality and Justice













2.1

Meaning and Types of Equality













2.2

Liberty and Equality













2.3

Meaning and Importance of Justice










3




Rights and Duties













3.1

Meaning and Importance of Rights













3.2

Types of Rights













3.3

Meaning and Types of Duties










4




Law













4.1

Meaning and main Characteristics of Law













4.2

The Sources of Law













4.3

Types of Law










.

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

BAPOL202CC

Semester :

2

lntroduction to Governmental Machinery – II (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



Unitary and Federal Government





4



1.1

Meaning, Characteristics, Merits and Demerits of Unitary









1.2

Government.









1.3

Meaning, Characteristics, Merits and Demerits of Federal







2



Democracy and Dictatorship









2.1

Meaning, Types, Merits and Demerits of Democracy.









2.2

Meaning, Causes, Merits and Demerits of Dictatorship









2.3

Differences between Democracy and Dictatorship







3



Local Self Government









3.1

Meaning, Importance, Functions of Local Self Government









3.2

Merits and Demerits of Local Self Government









3.3

The Concepts of Welfare State.







4



The United Nations









4.1

Origin and Development of the United Nations









4.2

The Charter and Major Organs of the United Nations









4.3

Major achievements and Failures of the United Nations(in brief)










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

BAPOL201CE

Semester :

2

lntroduction to Political Science – II (IPE)

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

1




Liberty







4




1.1

Meaning of Liberty













1.2

Types of Liberty













1.3

Liberty and Law










2




Equality and Justice













2.1

Meaning and Types of Equality













2.2

Liberty and Equality













2.3

Meaning and Importance of Justice










3




Rights and Duties













3.1

Meaning and Importance of Rights













3.2

Types of Rights













3.3

Meaning and Types of Duties










4




Law













4.1

Meaning and main Characteristics of Law













4.2

The Sources of Law













4.3

Types of Law













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.
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