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The Constitution of India







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1.1

The Constituent Assembly – It’s Composition and Process of Framing of the Constitution













1.2

Salient Features of the Indian Constitution













1.3

The Preamble of the Constitution










2

2.1

Basic Elements of the Indian Constitution













2.2

The Fundamental Rights













2.3

The Directive Principles of the State Policy










3




The Union Government













3.1

The Parliament: Composition, Powers and Functions













3.2

The Executive: President, Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers













3.3

The Supreme Court and Judicial Activism










4




The State Government













4.1

Legislature: Composition, Powers and Functions













4.2

Executive: Governor, Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers













4.3

The High Court and its Jurisdiction













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2

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3

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9

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10

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11

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12

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13

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14

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15

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16

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17

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18

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19

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20

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21

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22

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23

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24

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25

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26

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27

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28

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29

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30

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31

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32

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33

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34

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35

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36

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37

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38

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39

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40

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41

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42

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43

Recent Trends in Indian Politics – Braham Singh, H.C.Sharma - Alfa Publications

44

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46

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47

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49

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50

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51

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52

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53

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54

P.Chatterjee, The Nationa and its Fragments : Colonial and Postcolonial Histories Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1993.

55

State and Politics in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997.

56

B.Chakraboty, Social Movements in Contemporary India, Culcutta.

57

S.Cobridge and J.Harriss, Reinventing India: Liberalization, Hindu Nationalism and Popular Democracy, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001.

58

J.Dasgupta, Language Conflict and National Development, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970.

59

B.L.Fadia, State Politics in India, 2 Vols, New Delhi, Radiant, 1984.

60

F.R.Frankel, India’s Polotical Economy 1947 – 1977: The Gradual Revolution, Oxford, Oxford University press, 1978.

61

M.S.A Rao (eds.) Dominance and State Power in Modern India: Decline of a Social Order, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1989.

62

et.al.., (eds.), Transforming India: Social and Political Dynamics of Democracy New Delhi, Oxford University

Press, 2000.



63

C.Jaffrelog (eds.), The BJP and the Compulsions of Politics in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1998.

64

R.L.Hardgrave, Indian Government and Politics in a Developing Nations, New York Harcourt, Brace and World, 1965.

65

N.J.Jayal (ed.). Democracy in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001.

66

Judicial Activism and Lok Pal, New Delhi, Uppal, 1997.

67

S.Kaushik, (ed.) Indian Government and Politics, Delhi University, Directorate of Hindi Implementation, 1990.

68

S.Kaviraj, Politcs in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press. 1998

69

S.Khilnani, Nehru and the Language Politics of India, Oxford University Press, 1977.

70

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71

I.Narain (ed.)., State Politics in India, Meerut, meenakshi Prakashan, 1967.

72

D.Nayyar, Economic Liberalization in India : Analytics, Experience and Lessons, Hyderabad, Orient Longman, 1996.

73

A.G.Noorani, Constitutional Questions in India: The President, Parliament and the States, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2000.

74

B.Prasad, Ideas and Men Behind India’s Constitution: Selected Speeches from the Constituent Assembly Debates,

75

S.H.Rudolph and L.I.Rudolph, In Pursuit of Lakshmi – The Political Economy of the Indian State, Delhi, Orient Longman, 1987.

76

T.V.Sathyamurthy, Social Change and Political Discourse in India: Structures of Power, Movements of Resistance.

77

Singh, M.P. and H.Roy (eds), Indian Political System : Structure Policies Development, New Delhi, Janada, Prakashan, 1995.

78

R.Thakur, The Government & Politics of India, London, Macmillan, 1995.

79

A.Vanaik, Tha painful Transition: Bourgeosis Democracy in India. London, Verso, 1990.

80

M.Weiner, Party Politics in India, Princeton NJ, Princeton University Press, 1985

81

The Indian Paradox: Essays in Indian Politics, New Delhi, Sage, 1999.

82

G.A.Almond and J.S. Coleman, The Politics of the Development Areas, Princeton N.J.Princeton University Press, 1960.

83

S.Verba, The Civic Culture : Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations Princeton N.J., Princeton University Press, 1963.

84

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85

G.B.Powell Jr.Comparative Politics : A Development Approach. Boston, Little Collians, 2000.

86

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87

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88

B.Arora and D.V.Verney (eds.), Multiple indentities in a single state; Indian Fefralism in a Comparative Perspective, Delhi, Konark, 1995.

89

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90

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91

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92

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2001.


93

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94

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95

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96

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97

S.Pai, State Politics : New Dimensions : Party System, Liberalization and politics and identity, Delhi, 2000.

98

L.Saez Federalism without a Centre: The impact of Political and Economic Reform on Indian System, New Delhi, Sage 2002.

99

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100

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101

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102

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103

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104

Democracy and Discontent; India’s Growing crisis of Governbility, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,1988.

105

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106

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107

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108

L.Saez Federalism without a Centre: The impact of Political and Economic Reform on Indian system, New Delhi, Sage 2002.

109

B.R.Nayar – Modernization Imperatives and Indian Planning

110

Frankel – Political economy of India

111

Holt & Turner – Political bases of Economic Development politics of Foreign aid.

112

Ruth & Dandekar – Poverty in India

113

Rosen – Democracy & Economic change in India

114

Rajni Kothari – Democratic Policy & Social Change in India

115

Shobhita Jain Madhu bala- The economics and Politics of Resettlement in india – Pearson Education Delhi-2006

116

N.S. Gehlot- Indian Government and Politics – Rawat publications New Dehli -1996

117

Brahmbhatt – Citizenship

118

Aiyar, A.P. and Mehta U. (edu), Eassy on Indian Federation.

119

Basu D.D.; Introduction to Constitution of India.

120

Gandhi Sanghavi and Desai, Swarjya Darashan, Gyan Gangotri, _Shreni No. V, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, 1969.

121

Khothari Rajni, Bharat Rajakaran (Anuvad)

122

Morris Jones W.H.; Government and Politics in India.

123

Ray M.P. Bharatiya Rajniti avam Shasan(Hindi)

124

Sheth Pravin, Bharat No Bandharaniya Vikas

125

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126

Verma S.P. and Bhambri C.P.(eds.), Elections and consciousness in India.

127

Arona B. and Verney D.V.(Eds) ; Multiple Identities in a single state: Indian Federalism in a comparative

perspective, Delhi, Konark, 1995.



128

Austin G.; The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of a Nation, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000

129

Aiyer S.P. Mehta U. (eds.), Eassy on Indian Federalism, Bombay, Allied Publishers, 1965.

130

Basu D.D.; Introduction to Constitution of India.

131

Brass Paul: Politics of India since Independence, 2nd Edn., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994

132

Caste – Faction and party in Indian Politics.

133

Jayal N.G. (Ed.) Democracy in Indian, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001

134

Kohli Atul; Democracy and Discontent: India’s growing crisis of Govern ability, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991.

135

Kothari Rajni; Politics in India, New Delhi, Orient Longman, 1970.

136

Morris Jones W.H.; Government and Politics in India, Delhi, B Publications, 1974.

137

Palmer N.D. : the Indian Political System

138

Palmer N.D.; Elections in India: Its Social Basis, Calcutta, KP Bagchi, 1982.

139

Roy M.P.; Bharatiya Rajnity avam Shasan – (hindi), college book depo., Jaipur.

140

Shukla Dinesh: Bharatiya Rajkaran ki Rooprekha.

141

Sheth Pravin/Desai K.C. ; Bharat No Bandharaniya Vikas

142

Singh M.P. and Roy H. (eds). ; Indian Political System: Structure, Policies, development, New Delhi,

Jnanada Prakashan, 1995.



143

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144

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145

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146

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147

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148

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149

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150

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151

Pyee M.V.; An Introduction to Constitution of India, New Delhi, Vikaas 1998

152

Palmer N.D.: The Indian Political System

153

Park and Tinker- Leadership and Political Institutions in India

154

Sanghavi, Desai and Gandhi, Swarajya Darshan, Gnyan Gangotri, Shreni V. Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, 1996

155

Shukla Dinesh, Hasmukh Amin, Bhartiya Rajkaran ni Rooprekha (Gujarati) University Granth Niramn Board, Gujarat State

156

Santhanam K.; Union State Relations

157

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158

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159

Brahmbhatt B.B.; Vartman Bandharano (Guj.)

160

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161

Mahajan V.D.; Select Modern Constitutions

162

Moddr R.: Constitutions of World, 2nd Edn., Washington DC and London, CQ Press, 2000

163

Ogg and Zink, Modern Foreign Governments, New York, Macmillan, 1964

164

Enter Parliamentary Union- Women in National Parliament, 2000

165

Rajendra Vora & Suhas Palshikar – Indian Democracy – Sage – 2004

166

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167

Ajit Bhattacharjea- Social Justice and the constitution – Indian Institute of Advancea Study –shimla – 1997.

.



HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPOL302CC

Semester :

3

Basic Principles of Democracy (BPD)

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

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1













4




1.1

Meaning, Definition, Values and Types of Democracy













1.2

Difference between Direct and Indirect Democracy













1.3

Means of Direct Democracy










2



















2.1

Relationship between the State and the Individual in Democratic and Non-Democratic States













2.2

Democracy as the Best form of Government













2.3

Democracy as a way of Life










3



















3.1

Economic and Industrial Democracy













3.2

Social and Political Democracy













3.3

The Concept of Majority Rule, its Limits - The Concept of Tyranny of Majority










4



















4.1

The Concept of Will as the Base of Political Power













4.2

The Concept of Tolerance













4.3

The Concept of Rule of Law and its Limitations












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No

Book Name

1

Dipankar Sinha – Democratic Governance in India – Kalpaz pub – 2007.

2

Saini S – Parliamentary democracy and political change in India – Alfa pub – 2009.

3

Neeisen JR & Malik D – Crisis of state and nation – Manohar -2007

4

E.S.Greenbery – The struggle for Democracy 5th Ed - Longman – 2002.

5

Rajesh Tandon – Citizen participation and Democratic Governance in our Hands – Concepts-2007.

6

K.L.Bhatia, Jusicial review and Judicial Activism: A Comparative Study of India and Germany from an Indian

Perspective, New Delhi, Deep and Deep, 1997.



7

C.P.Bhambri, The Indian State: Fifty years, New Delhi, Shipra, 1999.

8

P.R.Brass, Politics of India Since Independence, 2nd edn., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994.

9

Caste, Faction and Party in Indian Politics, Vols. 2, Chanakya Publication.

10

N.Chandhoke, Beyond Secularalism: The Rights and Religious Minorities, Delhi, Oxford University Press,1999.

11

P.Chatterjee, The Nationa and its Fragments : Colonial and Postcolonial Histories Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1993.

12

State and Politics in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997.

13

B.Chakraboty, Social Movements in Contemporary India, Culcutta.

14

S.Cobridge and J.Harriss, Reinventing India: Liberalization, Hindu Nationalism and Popular Democracy,Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001.

15

J.Dasgupta, Language Conflict and National Development, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970.

16

B.L.Fadia, State Politics in India, 2 Vols, New Delhi, Radiant, 1984.

17

F.R.Frankel, India’s Polotical Economy 1947 – 1977: The Gradual Revolution, Oxford, Oxford University press, 1978.

18

M.S.A Rao (eds.) Dominance and State Power in Modern India: Decline of a Social Order, Delhi, OxfordUniversity Press, 1989

19

et.al.., (eds.), Transforming India: Social and Political Dynamics of Democracy New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2000.

20

C.Jaffrelog (eds.), The BJP and the Compulsions of Politics in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1998

21

R.L.Hardgrave, Indian Government and Politics in a Developing Nations, New York Harcourt, Brace andWorld, 1965.

22

N.J.Jayal (ed.). Democracy in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001

23

Judicial Activism and Lok Pal, New Delhi, Uppal, 1997.

24

S.Kaushik, (ed.) Indian Government and Politics, Delhi University, Directorate of Hindi Implementation,1990.

25

S.Kaviraj, Politcs in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press. 1998

26

S.Khilnani, Nehru and the Language Politics of India, Oxford University Press, 1977.

27

R.Kothari, State Against Democracy: In search for Humance Governance, Delhi, Ajanta, 1988

28

I.Narain (ed.)., State Politics in India, Meerut, meenakshi Prakashan, 1967.

29

S.M.Lipset, Political Socialization, New York, Doubleday, 1960.

30

S.Verba (eds.), Political Culture and Political Development, Princeton NJ.,Princeton university press, 1966.

31

G.Sartori, Parties and Pary Systems: A Framework for Analysis, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,1976.

32

Brahmbhatt – Citizenship

33

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

34

(Ed.), Parliamentary versus Presidential Government, Oxford and New York, Oxford University Press, 1992.

35

Democracies : Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensual government in twnty.

36

One Countries, New Haven C.T. and London, York University Press, 1992.

37

Arona B. and Verney D.V.(Eds) ; Multiple Identities in a single state: Indian Federalism in a comparative perspective, Delhi, Konark, 1995.

38

Austin G.; The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of a Nation, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000

39

Aiyer S.P. Mehta U. (eds.), Eassy on Indian Federalism, Bombay, Allied Publishers, 1965.

40

Basu D.D.; Introduction to Constitution of India.

41

Brass Paul: Politics of India since Independence, 2nd Edn., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994

42

Caste – Faction and party in Indian Politics.

43

Jayal N.G. (Ed.) Democracy in Indian, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2001

44

Kohli Atul; Democracy and Discontent: India’s growing crisis of Govern ability, Cambridge, CambridgeUniversity Press, 1991.

45

Kothari Rajni; Politics in India, New Delhi, Orient Longman, 1970

46

Morris Jones W.H.; Government and Politics in India, Delhi, B Publications, 1974

47

Palmer N.D. : the Indian Political System

48

Palmer N.D.; Elections in India: Its Social Basis, Calcutta, KP Bagchi, 1982.

49

Roy M.P.; Bharatiya Rajnity avam Shasan – (hindi), college book depo., Jaipur.

50

Shukla Dinesh: Bharatiya Rajkaran ki Rooprekha.

51

Sheth Pravin/Desai K.C. ; Bharat No Bandharaniya Vikas

52

Singh M.P. and Roy H. (eds). ; Indian Political System: Structure, Policies, development, New Delhi,Jnanada Prakashan, 1995

53

Sathyamurthy T.V.; Social charge and Political Discourse in India: Structures of Power Movements of Resistance, 4 Vols, Oxford, Oxford University Press 1996.

54

Acharya Javedekar, Lokshahi Anuvada by Pandurang – Deshpandey.

55

Allen C.K. ; Democracy and Individual

56

Bryce James; Modern Democracy Volume I

57

Dunleavy and Leary B.O.; Theories of Liberal Democratic state

58

Filed G.C.; Political Theory.

59

Laski H.G.; Grammar of politics.

60

Mayo Henry: An Introduction to Democratic Theory.

61

Maciver R.M.; The Modern State.

62

Pandya/Pathak ; Rajyashastra Parichaya Part II (Gujarati)

63

Pandya Harmakh J. ; Lokshahi Rajya Vyavastha Tatva and Vyavahar (Gujarati)

64

Panchol Manubhai ; Democracy (Gujarati)

65

Sanghavi, Desai, Gandhi, Swarajya darshan, (Rajkaran), (Gujarati) 1969

66

Filed G.C.; Political Theory.

67

Laski H.J.; Democracy in Crisis.

68

Laski H.J.; A Grammar of Politics.

69

Mayo Henry; an Introduction to Democratic Theory.

70

Mill John Stuart; Consideration on Representative Government.

71

Pandya Hasmukh J.; Lokshahi Rajyavyavstha and Tatwa Vyavahar, University Granth Nirman Board, Ahmedabad. (Gujarati)

72

Pancholi Manubhai; Lokshahi, Rajya Rang Shreni, 1987. (Gujarati)

73

Pathak and Pandya; Rajya Shastra Parichaya Part I,II Anada Prakashan, Gandhi Road, Ahmedabad.(Gujarati)

74

Rejai M.; Democracy: The Contemporary Theories

75

Sanghavi, Gandhi, Desai, swarajya Darshan, (Rajkaran), Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidhyanagar,1969. (Gujarati)

76

Peter Mair, wolf gang (Muller, Fri +2 Plasser – political parties and Electoral Change – sage – 2004

77

Ajay K. Mehra, D D Khanna, Gert W. Kyeck – Political Parties and party system 5 – sage –2003

78

David M.Farrell, Paul Webb, Kenneth Janda – party politics


HEMCHANDRACHARYA NORTH GUJARAT UNIVERSITY, PATAN

Programme code :

BAPOL

Programme Name :

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Course Code

BAPL303CC

Semester :

3

Introduction to World Revolutions-I (IWR)

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




Terminology of Revolution – I







4




1.1

Meaning and Definition of Revolution













1.2

Factors Generating Revolution













1.3

Major Characteristics of Revolution










2




Terminology of Revolution – II













2.1

A. Aims and Objectives of Revolution













2.2

B. Types of Revolutions













2.3

C. Problems of Revolutions










3




The Bloodless Revolution of England (1688 A.D.)













3.1

Introduction and Major Events of the Bloodless Revolution













3.2

Causes of the Bloodless Revolution













3.3

Major Impacts of the Bloodless Revolution










4




The Industrial Revolution













4.1

Meaning and Conception of the Industrial Revolution













4.2

Forces Leading to the Rise of Industrial Revolution













4.3

Impact of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and Outside













Reference Book

No

Book Name

1

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