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Paper – I : Basic Political Concepts Title of the course:Basic Political Concepts Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rational: To acquaint the students with the basic concepts and issues of politicalinquiry.Chapter 1: Political Science Meaning, Nature. Scope and importance of Political Science Methods of studying Political Science - Deductive and InductiveMethods. Political Theory : Meaning and ImportanceChapter 2: Sovereignty Meaning, Attributes and Kinds of Sovereignty Theories of Sovereignty Monistic Theory Pluralistic TheoryChapter 3: Law Meaning and Importance of Law Theories of Law Sources of Law1

Kinds of LawChapter 4: Rights and DutiesRights Meaning and Importance of Rights Theories of Rights Kinds of Rights Safeguards of RightsDuties Meaning and Importance of duties Kinds of dutiesChapter 5 : Libertyand Equality Liberty: Meaning, Importance and Kinds Equality: Meaning , Importance and KindsREFERENCE BOOKS A.C. KAPUR-Principles of Political Theory APPADORAI-Substance of Politics 1986 ASIRWATHM.-Political Theory 1990. ROBERT DAHL-Modern Political Analysis 1990 EBENSTEIN-Modem Political Thought EBENSTEIN-Today's Isms ADI DOCTOR-Issues in Political Theory S. F. VERM A-Modern Political Theory AC.KOHARI-Contemporary Political Theory K. CHANDRA SHEKAR-Harold J. Laski: State and Ideologies2

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Paper – II : Political Theory and Ideologies Title of the course:Political Theory and Ideologies Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rational: To introduce the student to the Autonomous field of inquiry of politics. To introduce the student to the major ideologies that map and regulate thepolitical universe.Chapter 1: State Meaning and Elements of State Nature of the State - Organic theory ( Herbert Spencer) Origin of the State - Social contract theories (with special reference toHobbes. Locke and Rousseau).4

Chapter 2: Functions of the State Welfare State-Meaning and Functions Impact of Globalization on StateChapter 3: Basic Political Ideologies Democracy: Meaning . Kinds, Essentials, Merits and Demerits. Socialism: Meaning and Principles. Communism: Meaning and Basic Principles.Chapter 4: Indian Political Thinkers Mahatma Gandhi: Political philosophy, (Sarvodaya). Kautilya's:Views on the principles of administration. Basavanna: Concept of Equality and Social Justice Ambedkar: Concept of Social JusticeBOOKS FOR REFERENCE A.C. KAPURAPPADORAIASIRWATHMROBERT DAHLEBENSTEINEBENSTEINADI DOCTORS.F. VERMAA.C.KOHARIqÁ. J ï. «WÉßà ï J ï. sÀmï-Principles of Political TheorySubstance of Politics 1986Political Theory 1990.Modem Political Analysis 1990Modem Political ThoughtToday's IsmsIssues in Political TheoryModern Political TheoryContemporary Political Theory§ ÀªÀvÀvÀé ÁªÀiÁfPÀ D0iÀiÁªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ5

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Paper – III : Select Constitutions Title of the course:Select Constitutions Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Chapter 1: Constitution Meaning and importance of the study of ConstitutionChapter 2: Constitution of U.K. Salient Features Conventions Executive: Crown. Cabinet and Prime Minister Legislature: The Parliament House of Commons: Composition Powers and functions. Speaker of house of commons House of Lords: Composition Powers and functions. Rule of LawChapter 3: Constitution of U.S.A. Salient Features: Federal System. Methods of Amending the Constitution The Executive:7

President- election, Powers, Functions & Position of the President. The Cabinet & The Vice-president. The Legislature: The Congress: Senate. Composition. Powers and Functions House of Representatives- Compositions. Powers and Functions The Judiciary: Supreme Court- Composition. Powers and Functions Judicial Review.Chapter 4: Constitution of Republic of China Evolution, Nature & Salient Features. The Executive: The President, Council of Ministers & The Prime Minister. The Legislature: Composition, Powers & Functions. StandingCommittee& its Role. The Judiciary: Unique Features of Chinese Judicial System. Supreme Court of China.- Composition and Jurisdiction.Chapter 5: . Constitution of Switzerland Nature & Salient features of the Swiss Constitution Special features of the Swiss Federal System The Executive:Federal Council-Special Features, Organization, Powers &Functions. The Legislature: Federal Assembly- Composition, Powers and Functionsof Federal Assembly (Both the Houses). The Judiciary: Federal Tribunal- composition, Powers and Functions. The Instruments of Direct Democracy in Switzerland: Initiative,Referendum and Recall.BOOKS FOR REFERENCE Hirman FinerD.D. BasuA.C.KapoorOgg and Zink-Govt.of European PowersComparative FederalismSelect ConstitutionsModern Political System8

Vishnu Bhavan andVidya Bhushan ºÉZï. Dgï. zÁ ÉÃUËqÀ JA. ÀAdÄAqÀ Áé«Ä 0iÀÄÄ.UÀÄgÀĪÀÄÆwð ºÉZï. n.gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ ÉÇæ.n.ªÀÄ è Àà PÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà ï JA.J ï. Ánà -Select Modern Governments ÀA«zsÁ À ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ÀPÁðgÀDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄDzsÀÄ PÀ ÀPÁðgÀUÀ¼ÀÄ9

Paper – IV : Indian Political System Title of the course: Indian Political System Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Chapter 1: Making of the Indian Constitution Composition of the Constituent Assembly and its important debatesChapter 2: Principles of Indian Political System Preamble Salient Features Fundamental Rights and Duties Directive Principles of State PolicyChapter 3:Union Government The Legislature:The Parliament Lok Sabha:Composition, Powers and functions. Speaker: Election. Powers and functions. Rajya Sabha:Composition, Powers and functions. The Executive:10

The President:Election, Power and Functions. The Vice-President: Election, Power and Functions. The Prime-Minister and council of Ministers: Powers andFunctionsChapter 4:Union Judiciary Supreme Court: Composition, Powers and Functions. Judicial Review Public Interest Litigations.Chapter 5: State Government State Legislature: Composition, Powers and Functions Office of the Governor: Appointment, Powers and Functions, Chief-Minster and Council of Minister: Powers and Functions.Chapter 6:State Judiciary High Court: Composition, Powers and Functions.Chapter 7: Centre-State Relations Recommendations of Sarkaria Commission.BOOKS FOR REFERENCE V.D. MahajanD.D.BasuGopal N.K ChoudharyB.L.FadiaB.L.FadiaM.V.PyleeH M RajashekarM S Patil-Indian ConstitutionIntroduction to the constitution of IndiaIndian ConstitutionIndian Government and politicsThe constitution of IndiaAn introduction the constitution of IndiaIndian Government and politicsIndian Constitution11

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Paper – V : Public Administration Title of the course: Public Administration(Organization and Management) Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rationale To make the student the structure, importance and organizational principles ofPublic Administration.Chapter 1:Public Administration Nature, Scope and importance of Public Administration Differences between Public and Private Administration New Public Administration Development of Public AdministrationChapter 2: Organization and Management Meaning of Organization Principles of Organizations Hierarchy Unity of command13

Span of Control Centralization Decentralization The Chief Executive: Functions and Role Line, Staff and Auxiliary agencies Department Public Corporation Boards Independent Regularly CommissionsChapter 3: Administrative Behaviour. Leadership: Meaning and Kinds Planning: Meaning and Kinds Communication: Meaning and MediaChapter 4: Management Nature, characteristics and functionsChapter 5: Financial Administration Budget: Meaning and Principles Budgetary ProcessBOOKS FOR REFERENCE A Avasthi andS.R. Mahesvari-Public Administration Mohit Biiattacharya-Public Administration A. R. Tyagi-Public Administration C.P.Bhambri-Public Administration Dr. Rumki Dasu-Public Administration Hans Roi --Public Administration14

Vishnu Bhagvan andVidya Bushan-Public Administration-Personnel Administration R.S. Shiva-Globalization and Indian Liberalization Dubahashi-Public Administration. Prof. N.Hallappa-NET, KAS,IAS ºÉZï.n.gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ- ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ PÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà À- ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ JA. J ï. Án ï- ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ ÉÇæ. ªÀiÁ ªÀÄÄzÀÝtÚ- ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ S.P.Verma andS.N. Swaroop ÉÇæ. JA. ÀAdÄAqÀgÁd CgÀ ÀÄ - ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ15

Paper – VI : International Relations Title of the course:Principles of International Relations Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rationale To introduce the students the basic concepts of International Relations. To acquaint the students with the major factors that determine thenature ofInternational Relations.Chapter 1:The Frameworks of International Relations. Nature, Scope and Importance of International Relations. Approaches to the Study of International Relations.Chapter 2:National Power and National Interest : National Power :Meaning, Elements and Limitations of National Power National Interest:Importance of National interest.16

Chapter 3:Principles regulating Inter-State Relations: Balance of Power Collective Security DeferenceChapter 4: Foreign Policy Meaning, objective and importance of Foreign Policy. Factors influencing on the formulation of Foreign Policy. Relation between Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy. Foreign Policies of Major Countries after II World War -USA. China andIndia.Chapter 5: Instruments of Foreign Policy Diplomacy: Meaning, Nature, Privileges, Immunities, Kinds andFunctions. Propaganda and Subversion : Meaning, Types, Methods and RoleofPropaganda in International Politics Economic Instruments War:Causes, Effects and Remedies of WarChapter 6:Peace full Settlement of International Disputes.BOOKS FOR REFERENCE Hans J. Morgenthau Palmer and Perkins Stanley H. Hoffiman- Quincy Wright- D.A Boldwin-Politics among Nations 6m Ed - 1985.International relations.Contemporary Theory in InternationalRelations.International Politics, A Study of InternationalRelations,NIO Realism and Neo Liberalism, New York.ColombiaUniversity, Pron 1993.17

M.S. Rajan–Non alignment of the Non-alignmentMovement in the Present World order in theKomos (!994) Peter calvocorissi V.P.Datt M.S. Rajan Prakash Chandra Prem Arora ºÉZï.n.gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ PÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà À J ï.ºÁ Àà Dgï.eÉ.dAUÀªÀiï qÁ. r.n.zÉêÉÃUËqÀ ªÀiÁ ªÀÄzÀÝt JªÀiï.J ï. ÁmÉà ºÁUÀÆ ÀgÀUÀÄAzÀWorld Politics Since 1945Indian Foreign Policy Vikos- New Delhi 1999.United Nation at Fifty- and Beyon 1996 Ed.International Relations (Pub: Book Hie-New Delhi)CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄCAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄgÁdå Á Àæ Û(J ï.E.n-L.J ï.J ï)PÀ ÀßqÀCAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄCAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄCAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄCAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÁAzsÀªÀå18

Paper – VII : Public Administration Title of the course: Public Administration: (Responsibility and Accountability) Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rationale To make the students to understand the concepts of responsivenessandaccountability of civil servants in a democratic system. To enable them to know the devices and mechanism to ensure accountability andresponsibility in a democratic administrative system.Chapter 1: Personnel Administration Civil Service : Features and Functions Recruitment Training Morale Conduct and DisciplineChapter 2: Administrative Powers . Delegated Legislation: Need, Merits, demerits and Safeguards. Administrative Adjudication:Need, Merits, demerits and Safeguards.Chapter 3: Administrative Responsibility: Control Over Public Administration19

Executive Control Legislative Control Judicial Control Popular ControlChapter 4: Civil Services in India All India,Centraland State Services. Public Service Commissions - Organization and Functions. ARC Recommendations.Chapter 5: Public Relations Lok Pal and Lokayukta Redressal of Public GrievancesChapter 6: Public Administration in the Age of Globalization and LiberalizationBOOKS FOR REFERENCE A.Avarthi and S.R.Maheswari Mohit BhattacharyaA.R,TyagiC.P. BhambriDr. Rumki BasuHans RoiVishnu Bhagvan andVidya BhushanS.P.Venna - S.N. Swaroop. R.S.ShivaDubahashiMS Patil- ºÉZï.n.gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ PÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà ï Public AdministrationPublic AdministrationPublic AdministrationPublic AdministrationPublic AdministrationPublic AdministrationPublic AdministrationPersonnel AdministrationGlobalization and Indian LiberalizationPublic AdministrationPublic Administration- ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ ÉÇæ. J ï ºÁ Àà-JA. J ï. Án ï ÉÇæ. ªÀiÁ ªÀÄÄzÀÝtÚ ÉÇæ. JA. ÀAdÄAqÀgÁd CgÀ ÀÄ-gÁdå Á Àæ Û(J ï.E.n-L.J ï.J ï)PÀ ÀßqÀ ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ ÁªÀðd PÀ DqÀ½vÀ20

Paper – VIII : International Relations Title of the course: International Relations(Issues and Concerns) Number of teaching hours per week :6 Hours Total marks: Semester 80Course Rationale To introduce the students the basic concepts of International Relations,To acquaint the students with the major factors-that determine the natureofInternational Relations.Chapter 1: Arms Control and Disarmament Meaning and Importance Attempts to nuclear arms Control Disarmament and its Limitations.Chapter 2: International Law Meaning, Sources, Kinds and Importance Sanctions of International Law Limitations of international LawChapter 3: International Organization21

UNO: Origin, Objectives and Principles of International Organizations UNO: achievements and Shortcomings Specialized Agencies of UNO: UNESCO, WHO, FAO, ILO Regional Organizations: EU andSAARC: aims, Objectives and role The idea of World GovernmentChapter 4: International Economic Relations New International Economic Order Neo-imperialismChapter 5: Contemporary Issues Non-alignment : Meaning and Significance / Relevance in the PostCold warperiod. Human Rights Globalization TerrorismBOOKS FOR REFERENCE Hans J. Morgenthau-Politics among Nations 6f!l Ed - 1985. Palmer and Perkins-International relations. Stanley H Hoffiman-Contemporary Theory in InternationalRelations, Quincy Wright - InternationalPolitics. A Study of international Relations. D.A Boldwin-NIO Realism and Neo Liberalism, New YorkColombiaUniversity. Pron 1993. MS. Rajan-Non alignment Movement in the Present World order in the Komos (1994) Peter calvocorissi-World Politics Since 1945 V.P.Datt-Indian Foreign Policy Vikos- New Delhi 1999 M.S. Rajan-United Nation at Fifty and Beyon 1996 Ed.22

Prakash Chandra Prem Arora ºÉZï.n. gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ-INR Publications Book Hie New DelhiCAvÀgÁ¶ÖçÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§AzsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ PÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà À-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ J ï.ºÁ Àà-gÁdå Á Àæ Û(J ï.E.n-L.J ï.J ï)PÀ ÀßqÀ Dgï.eÉ.dAUÀªÀiï-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ ZÀPÀæªÀwð-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ «.r. ªÀĺÁd ï-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ qÁ. r.n. zÉêÉÃUËqÀ-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ ªÀiÁ ªÀÄzÀÝtÚ-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖÃ0iÀÄ ÀA§zsÀUÀ¼ÀÄ-CAvÀgÀ gÁ¶ÖçÃ0iÀÄ ÁAzÀªÀå JªÀiï.J ï Ánà ºÁUÀÆ ÀgÀUÀÄAzÀ23

INDIAN CONSTITUTIONTO BE INTRODUCED TO ALL DEGREE COURSES AS COMPULSORY PAPEROBJECTIVES: To provide constitutional literacy for even student at the graduate level To make the student conversed with his citizenships roles as prescribed underthe constitution. To make a student understand appreciate and internalize the glorious strugglesfor freedom that culminated in the formulation of the constitution in to emulatethe constitutional values ensured in the preamble of the constitution. To educate the student in the system of constitutional government.TEACHING METHEDOLOGY This course should to be taught in non technical manner as to becomprehensible for student other than from the social science. The approach ofteaching the course is to communicate the basic ideas contained in theconstitution in a simple manner.SCHEME This paper should be introduced in the courses in which Indian constitution isnot already a part of the curriculum. The course should be introduced in the first year of respective degreeprogrammes The total number of lecture hours should be around 75 hours for the papers This papers carries the maximum marks of 100.24

INDIAN CONSTITUTIONCONTENT OF THE COURSEI.Indian Constitution: Brief history of the constitution and freedom struggle. Government of India Act 1919,1935 and 1947 Framing of the Indian constitution.II.Sprit of the Constitution Rule of law The preambleIII.Obligations of the State Directive Principles of the State PolicyIV.System of Government Notion of State under the Constitution (Art 12) Union Government State GovernmentsCitizen And the ConstitutionV. Citizenship Fundamental Rights Fundamental DutiesVI.The Union Government President : Election, Powers and Functions. Prime minister and Council of Ministers: Parliament Supreme Court (with Special Focus on Public Interest Litigation.VII.The State Government Executive (Governor and Council of Ministers) Legislature Judiciary (High Court and Subordinate Courts)VIII.Local Self Government Urban Municipalities and Corporations Rural Panchayat Raj25

IX.Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes SC/ST other Backward classes and Minorities and Women and Children)X.Administration of Scheduled And Tribal AreasXI.ElectionsXII.Constitution of the Election Commission It’s Powers and FunctionsXIII.Constitutional Amendment and Reforms.*******BOOKS FOR REFERENCE V.D. MahajanD.D.BasuGopal N.K ChoudharyB.L.FadiaB.L.FadiaM.V.PyleeH M RajashekarM S Patil-Indian ConstitutionIntroduction to the constitution of IndiaIndian ConstitutionIndian Government and politicsThe constitution of IndiaAn introduction the constitution of IndiaIndian Government and politicsIndian Constitution aPÉÆÌÃr ¹.JA sÀĪÀ Éà ÀégÀ Àæ Ázï JA. «.f. Á êÀÄoÀPÉ.eÉ. ÀÄgÉà ÀºÉZï. JA. gÁd ÉÃRgïJªÀiï.J ï. Án ï ÉÇæ. ºÉZï.n. gÁªÀÄPÀȵÀÚ- sÁgÀvÀzÀ ÀA«zsÁ À sÁgÀvÀzÀ ÀA«zsÁ À sÁgÀvÀzÀ ÀA«zsÁ À ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ÀPÁðgÀ sÁgÀvÀ ÀPÁðgÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ gÁdQÃ0iÀÄ sÁgÀvÀ ÀPÁðgÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ gÁdQÃ0iÀÄ sÁgÀvÀ ÀA«zsÁ À sÁgÀvÀ ÀA«zsÁ ÀDetails about Exam PapersI Semester- Paper - I: Basic Political Concepts – SAA – 290, QP Code - 10125II Semester - Paper - II: Political Theory and Ideologies: SAB – 290, QP Code – 10225III Semester - Paper - III: Select Constitutions: SAC – 290, QP Code – 1032526

IV Semester - Paper - IV: Indian Political System: SAD – 290, QP Code – 10425V Semester – Paper V: Public Administration : SAE – 290, QP Code – 10532V Semester – Paper VI: International Relations: SAE – 291, QP Code – 10533V Semester- Paper VII: Public Administration : SAF – 290, QP Code – 10632V Semester- Paper VII: International Relations: SAF – 291, QP Code – 10633Prof. K. Chandra ShekharChairmanDe

Chapter 6: Public Administration in the Age of Globalization and Liberalization BOOKS FOR REFERENCE A.Avarthi and S.R.Maheswari - Public Administration Mohit Bhattacharya - Public Administration A.R,Tyagi - Public Administration C.P. Bhambri - Public Administration Dr. Rumki Basu - Public Administration