College Lecture Political Science Handwritten Notes

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College Lecture Political Science Handwritten Notes

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There Are Two type paper :-

  1. Political Science Paper-I
  2. Political Science Paper-II

Question Paper Scheme : There Are Total 150 Question in each paper. And each question are multiple choice Question. The Question paper maximum marks are 75 marks of each papers. Duration of Paper Three Hours. And negative marking each wrong answer.

Syllabus Of Question paper I

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Indian Political Thought-

  • Manu & Kautilya. Traditions of Non-Violence in Buddhism & Jainism.
  • Nature of State in Medieval India: Ziauddin Barani, Abul Fazal. Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Dayanand Saraswati, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, E.V. Ramaswamy Naicker.
  • Dadabhai Naoroji, Aurbindo Ghosh. M. K. Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru,
  • Jai Prakash Narain, Ram Manohar Lohiya, B.R. Ambedkar, Kamala Devi Chattopadhyay.

Political Concepts and Ideologies-

  • Perspective of the State: Ideal, Liberal, Marxist, Post-Colonial and Sub-altern.
  • Sovereignty, Power, Authority, Legitimacy.
  • Rights, Liberty, Equality, Justice, Citizenship.
  • Concept of Democracy: Classical, Liberal & Marxist Theories, Models of Democracy: Representative, Participatory, Deliberative. Political Ideologies: Liberalism, Marxism, Conservatism.

Comparative Politics and Governments-

(With Special Reference to Constitutional Frameworks of UK, USA, France, China & Canada)

  • Constitution, Types of Constitutions, Constitutionalism in Theory and Practice.
  • Classification of Government: Democracy and Dictatorship, Unitary and Federal, Parliamentary and Presidential.
  • Organs of Government: Theory of Separation of Powers, Executive, Legislature and Judiciary- their interrelationship in comparative perspective.
  • Theories of Political parties, Types and functions of Political parties, Pressure Groups and Interest Groups

Indian Constitution and Institutions-

  • Making of Indian Constitution, Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties. Constitutional Framework of Indian Federalism, Center-State Relations and institutions of Local Self Governments.
  • Union Executive- President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. Parliament- Composition, Power and Role.
  • Judiciary- Supreme Court, High Court, Judicial Review, Basic Structure Debate, Judicial Activism and Judicial Reforms.
  • State Executive- Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers. State Legislature- Composition, Power and Role

Theories and Concepts of International Relations-

  • Theories: Idealist, Realist, Neo- Realism, Systems, Marxist, Functionalist, Constructivism and Dependency.
  • Approaches: Decision making, Game, Communication and Bargaining.
  • Concepts: National Power and its elements, National Interest and its instruments, Balance of Power, Collective Security.
  • Arms Race and Arms Control, Disarmament, Nature, Causes and Types of Wars.
  • Emerging Concepts: Multiculturalism and Identity Politics, Regionalism, Green Politics, End of History.

Syllabus Of Question paper II

Western Political Thought-

  • Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, St. Thomas Aquinas
  • Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau.
  • Bentham, J.S. Mill, Hegel, T.H. Green.
  • Karl Marx, Gramsci, Habermas, Frantz Fanon.
  • Hannah Arendt, John Rawls, Robert Nozick, Michael Walzer.

Political Theory-

  • Nature and Need of Political Theory, its main concerns, decline
    and resurgence.
  • Behaviouralism and Post-Behaviouralism. Fact- Value Dichotomy.
  • System’s Approach, Structural Functional Approach.
  • Group Theory, Elite Theory, Rational Choice Theory.
  • Nationalism: European and Non European. Feminism and Post Modernism

Comparative Politics Analysis-

  • Approaches to the study of Comparative Politics- Institutionalism and New Institutionalism, Political Culture, Political Development, Political Socialization.
  • State in comparative perspective: Characteristics and changing nature of state in Capitalist and Socialist economies and advanced industrial and developing societies.
  • Governance: Bureaucracy, Public Policy, Good Governance and Democratic Governance, Civil Society.
  • Colonialism and Decolonization: Development and Under Development, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization.
  • Revolution and Resistance, Democratization. New Social Movements and Patterns of changes in contemporary societies.

College Lecture Political Science :-

Political Processes and Dynamics in India-

  • Historical Background of Indian Politics- Making of India as a Nation State, Demands of Autonomy and Separatist movement, Emerging Trend in Centre-State relations, Practices of grass root
  • Socio-Cultural Aspects of Indian Politics- Issue of Caste, Class, Religion, Ethnicity and Gender in Indian Politics, Civil Society, Social and Political Movements.
  • National and Regional Political Parties, Ideological and Social bases of Parties, Trends in Electoral behavior, Electoral Reforms, Pressure Groups.
  • Commentators of Indian Politics- Granville Austin, Morris Jones, Rudolph and Rudolph, Rajni Kothari, C.P. Bhambri and Amartya
  • Polity of Rajasthan- Formation of Rajasthan; Different Phases of Political competition in Rajasthan, Determinants of Party Politics in Rajasthan, People’s Movements in Rajasthan.

International Politics and Indian Foreign Policy-

  • Rise of Super Powers, Cold War and Bi- Polarity, Non- Alignment Movement, End of Cold War and Remaking of the World order.
  • United Nations: Objectives, structure and functioning, revision of the Charter. India’s Contribution to United Nations. Regional and Sub-regional Organizations- SAARC, EU, ALBA, ASEAN, African Union, OPEC, BRICS, BIMSTEC, G-20.
  • American Hegemony in Contemporary Global Order. Nuclear Proliferation and Disarmament, International Terrorism. Issue of Human Rights in International Politics.
  • Political Economy of International Relations: From Bretton woods to WTO, New International Economic Order, North-South Dialogue, South-South Co-operation, and Environmental issues.
  • India’s relations with USA, Russia, China and European Union:
  • India and its Neighbours, ‘Look East’ Policy, India and West Asia, Central Asia, Africa, Latin America. Indian Diaspora, Neo-Liberal Mould of Indian Foreign Policy

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1. Name Of Notes: Indian Politics

Total Page : 212



2 Name Of Notes: Constitution of India

Total Page : 341


3 Name Of Notes: indian polity

Total Page : 176


4 Name Of Notes: Ias indian polity

Total Page : 382



5 Name Of Notes: Indian political

Total Page : 39



6 Name Of Notes: Indian political new

Total Page : 106



7 Name Of Notes: Rastrpati-and-rajyapal

Total Page : 29



8 Name Of Notes: Springboard State polity

Total Page : 158


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