Choice based credit system


Optional Dissertation or project work in place of one Discipline Specific elective paper (6 credits) in 6



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  • Optional Dissertation or project work in place of one Discipline Specific elective paper (6 credits) in 6th Semester




III. Ability Enhancement Courses







1. Ability Enhancement Compulsory

2 X 2=4

2 X 2=4

(2 Papers of 2 credits each)







Environmental Science







English Communication/MIL







2. Ability Enhancement Elective (Skill Based)




(Minimum 2, Max. 4)

2 X 2=4

2 X 2=4

(2 Papers of 2 credits each)






_________________


Total credit= 140 Total credit= 140
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

LIST OF PAPERS AND COURSES
B.A (HONOURS) POLITICAL SCIENCE
A) CORE COURSE (14)


  1. Paper I- Understanding Political Theory




  1. Paper II- Constitutional Government and Democracy in India




  1. Paper III – Political Theory-Concepts and Debates


2.2 Paper IV- Political Process in India


  1. Paper V- Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics




  1. Paper VI –Perspectives on Public Administration




  1. Paper VII- Perspectives on International Relations and World History




  1. Paper VIII- Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective




    1. Paper IX- Public Policy and Administration in India


4.3 Paper X- Global Politics


  1. Paper XI- Classical Political Philosophy




  1. Paper XII- Indian Political Thought-I




  1. Paper XIII- Modern Political Philosophy




  1. Paper XIV- Indian Political Thought-II


B) Generic Elective -4 (Interdisciplinary): Any Four
Minor-1 subjects to choose from (Indian history/Indian Economy/Maths/Odia/Psychology/Sociology) except core subject)
Minor-2 subjects to choose from (Indian polity/Indian Philosophy/Statistics/Home Science/Education/Indian Labour studies) except core subject)


Paper-I
INDIAN POLITY
Unit-I

Preamble, fundamental Rights.
Unit-II

Directive Principles Of state policy,

President of India
Unit-III

Prime Minister

Council of ministers

Unit-IV

Indian Parliament

Supreme Court

Unit-V

Governor

High Court
Paper-II
Unit-I

Colonialism

Impact in Indian Society, Nationalism in India.
Unit-II

Regionalism

Communalism

Unit-III

Concept of Social Justice

Reservation: Advantages and disadvantages
Unit-IV

Human Rights

National Commission on Human Rights

Unit-V

Pressure Groups

Election Commission

Electoral reforms

C) Discipline Specific Elective-4 (DSE): Four
1. Human Rights in a comparative perspective


  1. Development Process and Social Movements in Contemporary India (PROJECT)




  1. India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing world




  1. `Women, Power and Politics



D) Ability Enhancement-2 (AE Skill Based):
INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

E) Ability Enhancement (Compulsory) Fondation: Two


  1. Language-MIL/ENGLISH




  1. Environmental Science


CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

+3 B.A (HONOURS) POLITICAL SCIENCE


SERIAL

SEMESTER –I

PAPER

NO.















1.I







Language-MIL/ENGLISH

Ability Enhancement (AE)




Environmental Science

Compulsory










1.2

Understanding Political Theory

Core Discipline -1










1.3

Constitutional Government and Democracy

Core Discipline -2




in India




1.4

Feminism: Theory and Practice

Generic Elective –I (Interdisciplinary)







SEMESTER –II













2.1

Environmental Science

Ability Enhancement




Language-MIL/ENGLISH

Compulsory (AE)










2.2

Political Theory-Concepts and Debates

Core Discipline -3










2.3

Political Process in India

Core Discipline -4










2.4

Gandhi and the Contemporary World

Generic Elective –II (Interdisciplinary)













SEMESTER –III













3.1

Introduction to Comparative Government

Core Discipline -5




and Politics













3.2

Perspectives on Public Administration


Core Discipline -6

3.3

Perspectives on International Relations and

Core Discipline -7




World History




3.4

Governance: Issues and Challenges

Generic Elective –III (Interdisciplinary)

3.5

Legislative Practices and Procedures

Ability Enhancement-I (Skill Based)







SEMESTER –IV

























4.1

Political Processes and Institutions in

Core Discipline -8







Comparative Perspective













4.2

Public Policy and Administration in India

Core Discipline -9




4.3

Global Politics










Core Discipline -10




4.4

United Nations and Global Conflicts




Generic Elective –IV (Interdisciplinary)




4.5

Peace and Conflict Resolution







Ability Enhancement-II (Skill Based)







SEMESTER -V













5.1

Classical Political Philosophy







Core Discipline -11




5.2

Modern Indian Political Thought-I




Core Discipline -12




5.3

Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective

(1)




Discipline Specific Elective (DSE)-1&2




5.4

Development Process and Social

Movements in Contemporary India(2)

(PROJECT)






and

Social







SEMESTER –VI








6.1

Modern Political Philosophy







Core Discipline -13




6.2

Indian Political Thought-II







Core Discipline -14




6.3

India’s Foreign Policy in a globalizing world

(3)




Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) 3 &4




6.4

Women, Power and Politics (4)



















































SEMESTER-I
CC 101: UNDERSTANDING POLITICAL THEORY 100(80+20)

CC-102 CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT AND DEMOCRACY IN INDIA 100 (80+20)



SEMESTER –II

CC-201 POLITICAL THEORY-CONCEPTS AND DEBATES 100 (80+20)

CC-202 POLITICAL PROCESS IN INDIA 100 (80+20)
SEMESTER-III

CC-301 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS100 (80+20)

CC-302 PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 100(80+20)

CC-303 PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD HISTORY

100(80+20)

SEMESTER-IV

CC-401 POLITICAL PROCESS AND INSTITUTIONS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE 100(80+20)

CC—402 PUBLIC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION IN INDIA 100(80+20)

CC-403 GLOBAL POLITICS 100(80+20)

DSE-404 HUMAN RIGHTS IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE 100(80+20)

DSE-405 INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY IN GLOBALIZING WORLD 100(80+20)


SEMESTER-V

CC-501 CLASSICAL POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 100(80+20)

CC-502 INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT-I 100(80+20)

DSE-503 WOMEN, POWER AND POLITICS 100(80+20)


SEMESTER-VI

CC-601 MODERN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 100(80+20)

CC-602 INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT-II 100(80+20)

DSE-603 DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA 100(80+20)



CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

SYLLABI AND READING LIST

BA (HONOURS) POLITICAL SCIENCE

SEMESTER-I

A) CORE COURSE
1.1 Paper I- Understanding Political Theory (100(80+20)
Course Objective: This course is divided into two sections. Section A introduces the students to the idea of political theory, its history and approaches, and an assessment of its critical and contemporary trends. Section B is designed to reconcile political theory and practice through reflections on the ideas and practices related to democracy.


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