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    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak

    Syllabus for Master Degree in Political Science

    Board of Studies of Political Science and Human Rights, 2016

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    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak Department of Political Science and Human Rights

    19th September, 2016

    Minutes of Board of Studies of Political Science and Human Rights

    The Meeting of Board of Studies of Department of Political Science and

    Human Rights for Post-Graduation courses, was held on dated 19th September,

    2016 at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, Main Campus

    (Pondki, Lalpur). The following members attended the Meeting.

    Name Signature

    1. Prof. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma Professor and Head, Department of Political Science

    Choudhry Charan Singh University, Meerut (U.P).

    2. Prof. Narottam Gaan Professor and Head

    Department of Political Science and Human Rights,

    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, M.P.

    3. Prof. Anupam Sharma Professor

    Department of Political Science and Human Rights,

    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, M.P.

    4. Dr. Jagannath Amabagudia Associate Professor, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

    Guwahati (Assam)

    5. Dr. Ng. Ngalengnam Associate Professor

    Department of Political Science (Regional Campus, Manipur)

    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, M.P

    6. Dr. Uday Singh Rajput Assistant Professor

    Department of Political Science and Human Rights

    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, M.P [

    7. Dr. Chakali Bramhayya Assistant Professor

    Department of Political Science and Human Rights,

    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, M.P

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    Business transacted :

    1. Members of Board of Studies prepared M.A. Political Science and

    Human Rights Syllabus in Semester wise, which is based on Choice

    Based Credit System (CBCS).

    2. The structure of the M. A. Political Science and Human Rights

    program consists of four semesters.

    3. The first and second semesters shall have four core papers and one

    generic elective in each of these two semesters. And remaining two

    semesters shall have five papers in each semester including one

    elective paper in two semesters. Each candidate shall have to pass

    twenty (20) papers in M. A. Political Science and Human Rights

    program and each paper will be of 100 marks-

    Internal Examination (Test/Seminar/presentation) Marks = 20

    Attendance & overall performance in the class = 10

    Assignment = 10

    External Theory Examination Marks = 60

    4. The duration of each paper will be three hours.

    5. The papers will be divided into two sections-

    A – Will have objective or short type questions. Department may

    ask one compulsory question that will be of 10 marks.

    B – Will have long type questions on the basis of unit wise internal

    choice. Each question carries 10 (ten) marks.

    6. Prepared M.A. Political Science and Human Rights syllabus for the

    Academic Session 2016-17 onwards.

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    RESSOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF STUDIES OF POLITICAL

    SCIENCE and HUMAN RIGHTS:

    There will be twenty papers in M. A. Political Science and Human Rights.

    The duration of the course is two years / four semesters program. Each candidate

    shall have to pass Eighteen (18) papers of Political Science and Human Rights

    program. All the papers which have been inserted in the different semesters would

    be compulsory. Each paper will be of 100 marks. In the fourth semester, the paper

    5th (405) will be of Dissertation which will be completed under the supervision

    with the faculty members. The Dissertation will be evaluated by internal examiner

    through seminar.

    There will be four major core course papers in each semester which will

    have four credits and remaining 2nd,3rd, & 4th semester shall have extra one elective

    papers in each three semesters which will have 3 credits. All The major core course

    papers in each semesters (except dissertation) will be divided into four units and all

    three elective papers will be divided into 3 units. The semester examination will be

    based on Credits Systems.

    Course Requirement:-

    Course work in the Department depends on constant interaction between students

    and teachers; and among students themselves. Students are expected to attend all

    classes regularly, and participate in discussions specially Seminars. In case they are

    unable to do so for some reason, they must inform the course teacher and obtain

    permission.

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    Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak M.A. Political Science & Human Rights Syllabus

    Paper

    code Semester – I

    All papers are compulsory in the I Semester

    Marks Full

    Marks

    No. of

    Credits

    External Internal Total

    101 Paper –I: Indian Government and Politics: Institutions and

    Structures

    60 40 100 4

    102 Paper –II: Comparative Politics 60 40 100 4

    103 Paper –IV: Public Administration : Concepts and Ideas 60 40 100 4

    104 Paper –I: Contemporary Theories of International Relations 60 40 100 4

    105 Paper- V Generic Elective 3

    Semester –II

    All papers are compulsory in the II Semester

    201 Paper -I: Modern Western Political Thought 60 40 100 4

    202 Paper- II: Modern Political Theory 60 40 100 4

    203 Paper –III : Political Sociology 60 40 100 4

    204 Paper – IV: Contemporary Issues & trends in Global Politics 60 40 100 4

    205 Paper – V: Generic Elective 60 40 100 3

    SEMESTER –III

    All papers are compulsory in the III Semester

    301 Paper –I : Indian Political Thought 60 40 100 4

    302 Paper –II : Foreign Policy of India 60 40 100 4

    303 Paper –III : Human Rights 60 40 100 4

    304 Paper –IV : Research Methodology 60 40 100 4

    305 Paper – V : Elective Core Course 60 40 100 3

    Semester –IV

    All papers are compulsory and last Two papers are Practical

    Examination and Dissertation respectively

    401 Paper –I : Public Policy and Administration in India 60 40 100 4

    402 Paper –II : Politics of the Tribes and the Marginalized community 60 40 100 4

    403 Paper – III: Elective Core Course 60 40 100 3

    404 Paper –IV : Empirical Studies Nil 100 100 4

    405 Paper – V : Dissertation Nil 100 100 4

    Total Papers = 20 2000 76

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    List of the Elective Papers

    1 Media and Politics

    2 International Political Economy (IPE)

    3 Peace and Conflict Studies

    4 United Nations: Structure & Functions

    5 Contemporary Tribal Politics in India

    6 Politics of North East India

    7 India and United Nations

    8 Tribal Development: Policies and Programmes

    9 Issues in Non-conventional Security

    10 Political Parties in India

    11 Development Process and Politics in India

    12 The Working of Indian Democracy

    13 Global Politics

    14 Peace and Conflict in International Politics

    15 Local Government in India

    16 Politics in India

    17 Democracy and Human Rights in India

    18 State Politics in India: Special Reference to Madhya Pradesh OR Manipur

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    Paper - 101 Indian Government and Politics: Institutions and Structures

    Unit– 1 : Making of the Indian Constitution, Constituent Assembly Fundamental Rights

    and Directive Principles of the State Policy.

    Unit– 2 : Union Structure: President; Prime Minister; Parliament; Indian Judiciary, Judicial

    Review and Judicial Activism

    Unit– 3 : State Structure: Governor; Chief Minister Powers and Role, Council of Ministers;

    Legislative Assembly; Legislative Council

    Unit– 4 : Indian Federalism: Center – State relations; NITI Ayog; Election Commission,

    Electoral Reforms

    Readings:-

    1 N. C. Sahni, (ed.), Coalition Politics in India, New Academic Publishing Company, Jullunder, 1991.

    2 M. C. Setalvad, Union - State Relations under the Indian Constitution, Eastern Law House, Calcutta, 1975

    3 M. M. Sankhdher, Framework of Indian Politics, Deep and Deep, Delhi,1983

    4 Achin Vanaik and Rajeev Bhargava (eds), Understanding Contemporary India: Critical Perspectives, Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd. , Delhi, 2010

    5 Rajni Kothari, Politics in India, Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd. , Delhi, 2010

    6 Rajeev Bhargava, Francine R. Frankel, Zoya Hasan, Transforming India, Oxford publications, India, 2009

    7 Rajeev Bhargava, Secularism and its Critics, Oxford publications, India, December 1999

    8 Gary Goertz & Amy G. Mazur (Eds.), Politics, Gender and Concepts: Theory and Met

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