1 B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER I CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND INSTITUTIONS Unit 1: Introduction: A. Definition, Scope and Importance of Political Science. B. Evolution of Political Science. C. Political Science as a Science. Unit II: Political Science Relations with other Social Sciences: History, Economics and Sociology. Unit III: Approaches to the Study of Politics Liberal, Marxist, Behavioural. Unit IV: Theories of Origin of the State: Divine, Evolutionary (Historical) and Social Contract. Unit V: State; Nation; Civil Society. Unit VI: Sovereignty: Monism and Pluralism. Unit VII: Concepts: A. Law: Sources of Law, Rule of Law. B. Liberty and Equality Their Relationship. C. Theories and kinds of Rights; Human Rights. D. Power, Authority and Legitimacy. Unit VIII: Ideologies: Individualism, Marxism, Anarchism, Fascism and Socialism. Unit IX: Forms of Government: A. Democracy: Direct and Indirect. B. Unitary and Federal. C. Parliamentary and Presidential. Unit X: Organs of Government: Theory of Separation of Powers (Montesquieu) A. Legislature: i) Unicameral and Bi-cameral - Powers and Functions. B. Executive : i) Powers and Functions. C. Judiciary : i) Powers and Functions. ii) Independence of Judiciary, Judicial Review. Books Recommended: 1. Principles of Political Science : Prof. A.C. Kapoor. 2. Grammar of Politics: Laski H.J. 3. Substance of Politics : A. Appadorai. 4. Political Theory : Ashirvadam. 5. Political Theory : O P Gauba. 6. Political Ideologies : Their Origins and Impact, Baradat, Prentice Hall of India. 7. Political Theory: Ideas & Concepts: Sushila Ramaswamy, Prentice Hall of India 8. Political Theory: Rajiv Bhargava. 9. Political Theory: P.G. Das.
2 B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER II INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS Unit 1: Nationalist Movement and Constitutional Development: A. Impact of Colonial Rule and Indian National Movement. B. Making of the Indian Constitution. C. Philosophical Foundations and Salient Features of the Indian Constitution. Unit II: Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles: A. Fundamental Rights and Duties. B. Directive Principles of State Policy. C. Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy. Unit III: Union Government: A. President Election, Powers and Functions. B. Parliament: Composition, Powers and Functions. C. Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. D. Supreme Court Composition, Powers and Functions Judicial Review Judicial Activism. Unit IV: State Government: A. Governor. B. Chief Minister and Council of Ministers. C. Legislature. D. High Court: Composition, Powers and Functions. Unit V: Union State Relations: A. Features of Indian Federal System. B. Centre State Relations. C. Recent Trends in Centre-State Relations. Unit VI: Political Process: A. Nature of Indian Political Party System. B. Political Parties National: INC, BJP, CPI, CPM, BSP, SP, JD(V). C. Political Parties Regional: Akali Dal, JMM, AIADMK, TRS, TDP. D. Pressure Groups. E. Media. F. Right to Information Act.
3 Unit VII: Electoral Politics: A. Election Commission Composition, Powers and Functions. B. Voting Behaviour Influence of Socio-Economic Factors. C. Electoral Reforms. Unit VIII: Statutory Commissions for Protection of Rights: A. National Human Rights Commission Emergence, Evolution and Functioning (NHRC). B. National Commission for Women (NCW). C. National SC & ST Commission. D. National Minorities Commission. Unit IX: Social and Political Movements in India: A. Farmers Movements. B. Dalit Movements. C. Tribal Movements. D. Environmental Movements E. Women s Movement Unit X: Local Self Government: A. Democratic Decentralisation. B. Panchayati Raj Institutions: 73 rd Constitutional Amendment. C. Urban Self Governing Bodies: 74 th Amendment. Books Recommended: 1. Politics in India : Rajni Kothari. 2. Indian Constitution : M.V. Pylee. 3. Indian Government and Politics : S. S. Awasti. 4. Introduction for Constitution of India : D.D. Basu. 5. Indian Government and Politics : K.R. Acharya. 6. Indian Politics : Contemporary Issues and Concerns, Singh & Saxena. 7. Introduction to the Constitution of India, 5 th ed., Sharma. 8. Indian Polity: V. Lakshmikant.
4 B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER III POLITICAL THOUGHT Unit I: Introduction: A. Political Thought: Nature, Methods and Significance. B. Western and Indian Political Thought Comparison. Unit II: Ancient and Medieval Political Thought: A. Plato: Theory of Justice and Ideal State. B. Aristotle: Classification of Governments, Theory of Revolutions and Slavery. C. Thomas Aquinas: Theory of Law. Unit III: Early Modern Western Political Thought: A. Church State Controversy. B. Nicolo Machiavelli as a modern political thinker and views on State Craft. Unit IV: Social Contractualists: A. Thomas Hobbes Individualism and Absolute (State) Sovereignty. B. John Locke - Natural Rights and Limited Government. C. Jean Jouques Rousseau General Will and Popular Sovereignty. Unit V: Utilitarians: A. Jermy Bentham Principles of Utilitarianism. B. J.S. Mill Liberty, Representative Government. Unit VI: Idealists: A. GWF Hegel Dialectics and Theory of State. B. TH Green Rights and Political Obligation. Unit VII: Marxist Philosophy: A. Karl Marx: Dialectical and Historical Materialism. B. Mao Ze dong: On Contradictions, New Democratic Revolution. C. Antonio Gramsci: Hegemony and Civil Society. Unit VIII: Ancient and Medieval Indian Political Thought: A. Manu Dharma and Varna. B. Kautilya Saptanga Theory, Mandala Theory. C. Buddha Social and Political Ideas Dhamma and Sangha. D. Basava Social Ideas.
5 Unit IX: Egalitarian Thinkers: A. Jyotirao Phule: Critique of Brahmanism, Social Revolution. B. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: Theory of Caste, Annihilation of Caste and State Socialism. Unit X: Nationalist Political Thought: A. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Ahimsa, Satyagraha. B. Jawaharlal Nehru Democratic Socialism, Secularism. Books Recommended: 1. Political Ideas in Ancient India : R.S. Sharma. 2. Western Political Thought: Amal Kumar Mukopadhyay. 3. A History of Political Thought : Sabine G.H. 4. Annihilation of Caste : Ambedkar B.R. 5. Modern Political Theory : Ebentein W. 6. A History of Political Thought,: Plato to Marx, Mukherjee & Ramaswamy. 7. Political Ideologies: Their Origins and Impact: Baradat, Prentice Hall of India.
6 Unit I: Introduction: B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER IV (A) (OPTIONAL) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS A. International Relations: Definition, Evolution, Scope and Significance. B. Rise of Sovereign State System. Unit II: History of International Relations: A. Colonialism Causes, Phases and Impact. B. The First World War and The Second World War: Causes and Consequences. Unit III: Post War Developments: A. Decolonization. B. Emergence of Third World Problems and Prospects. C. Cold War Causes, Phases and Impact. Unit IV: Concepts: A. Power National Power. B. Super Power, Regional Power, Détente. C. Bipolarity, Unipolarity and Multipolarity. D. Peace, Security. Unit V: International Organisations: A. United Nations: Structure and Role, Need for Reforms B. Regional Organisations: EU, ASEAN, SAARC, BRICS. Unit VI: International Political Economy: A. Neo Colonialism: North-South Dialogue, South-South Cooperation. B. IBRD, IMF, WTO and MNCs. C. Globalisation. Unit VII: International Security: A. Arms Race, Arms Control, Disarmament. B. Issues in Nuclear Politics. Unit VIII: Foreign Policy: A. Foreign Policy Determinants. C. India s Foreign Policy Features. D. Non-Alignment Relevance.
7 Unit IX: Emerging Areas in International Relations: A. Environment. B. Human Rights. C. Terrorism. Unit X: India s Bilateral Relations: A. India and Major Powers (U.S.A., Russia). B. India and Neighbouring Countries (China and Pakistan). Books Recommended: 1. Politics Among Nations : Hans J. Morgenthau. 2. International Relations:: Peu Ghosh, Prentice Hall. 3. International Relations : Prakash Chander & Prem Arora, Cosmos Book hives. 4. India Foreign Policy, Foreign Service Institute, New Delhi, India. 5. International Relations between the Two World Wars: Carr E.H. 6. International Relations : Vinay Kumar Malhotra.
8 B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER IV (B) (OPTIONAL) GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN TELANGANA Unit I: Historical background of Telangana: A. Nizam s Hyderabad State. B. Integration of Princely State Hyderabad State Congress, Police Action, Emergence of Hyderabad State. Unit II: Public Awakening in Telangana: A. Library Movement. B. Dalit Movement. C. Tribal Movement. D. Telangana Peasant Armed Struggle. Unit III: States Reorganisation: A. Fazal Ali Commission Observations. B. Formation of Andhra Pradesh. C. Gentlemen s Agreement. D. Mulki Rules Supreme Court Verdicts. E. Formation of Regional Committees Six Point Formula. Unit IV: Phases of Telangana Agitation: A. Telangana Agitation B. Separate Andhra Agitation C. Telangana Maha Sabha Teangana Jana Sabha. D. Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) Movement E. Cultural Organisation, Intervention. Unit V: Injustices to Telangana: A. Water resources. B. Employment. C. Educational Opportunities. D. Cultural discrimination. E. Budgetary deprivation. Unit VI: Committees and Commissions on Telangana: A. Girglani Commission. B. Rosaiah Committee. C. Justice Sri Krishna Committee.
9 Unit VII: Role of Political Parties: A. National Parties INC, BJP, CPI, CPM, BSP. B. Regional Parties TRS, TDP, MIM, YSRCP. C. Role of ML Parties: New Democracy, Jana Shakti and Maoist Party. Unit VIII: Role of Non Party & Civil Society Actors: A. Students JAC. B. Political JAC and its activities. C. Other JACs: a. Cultural JAC. b. Employees JAC. c. Lawyers JAC. d. Caste and Community JACs. e. Role of Media. Unit IX: Emergence of Telangana State: A. Constitutional Processes. B. Formation of Telangana State. Unit X: Party Politics and Elections in Telangana: A. Electoral alliances, 2004, 2009 and 2014 and Promises. B. Formation of TRS Government. Books Recommended: 1. Bala Ramulu.Ch and D.Ravinder. June 2012 Five Decades of Democratic Decentralization process in Andhra Pradesh in Social Change (Journal of the Council for Social Development-Published by Sage international), Vol.42, No.2. Pp Bhukya Bhangya, 2013 Between Tradition and Modernity: Nizam s, Colonialism and Modernity in Hyderabad State Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-XLVIII No.48, Nov 30, pp Haragopal.G, 2010 The Telangana People s Movement: The Unfolding Political Culture Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-XLV No.42, Oct 16, pp Jadhav Keshav Rao, 2010 Backwardisation of Telangana Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-XLV No.13, Mar 27, pp Kodanda Ram.M, 2007 Movement for Telangana State: A Struggle for Autonomy Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-XLII No.02, Jan 13, pp Melkota, S.Rama, Revathi E, Lalitha K, Sajaya K and Sunitha A, 2010 The Movement for Telangana: Myth and Reality Economic and Political Weekly, Vol- XLV No.2, Jan 9, pp.8-11.
10 7. Pavier Barry, Telangana Peasant Movement , Vikas Publications. 8. Pingle, Gautam 2014 The Fall and Rise of Telangana, Orient Blackswan. 9. Rao. K.V. Narayan, Emergence of Andhra Pradesh, Popular Prakashan. 10. Rao.P.L.Visweshwar and S.Simhadri (eds.), 1998 Telangana: Dimensions of Under Development, Centre for Telengana Studies, Hyderabad. 11. Rao. CH.Hanumanth, 2014 The New Telangana State: A Perspective for Inclusive and Sustainable Development Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-XLIX No.9, March 1, pp Ravinder.D Rural Development and Regional Imbalances: A Study of IRDP" in P.L.Visweshwar Rao and S.Simhadri (eds.) Telangana: Dimensions of Under Development (Hyderabad, Centre for Telengana Studies), Pp Reddy. G Krishna, March, 2002 "New Populism and Liberalization: Regime Shift under Chandra Babu Naidu in Andhra Pradesh", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.XXXVII (9), 2-8, pp Reddy. G Krishna, 2009 "Forging Public Opinion: The press, Television and Electoral Campaigns in Andhra Pradesh" Arvind Rajgopal (ed), Indian Public Sphere: Structure and Transformation-A Reader, OUP. 15. Reddy. G Ram and B.A.V.Sharma (eds), State Government and Politics A.P, Sterling. 16. Sharma.B.A.V, Political Economy of India, Light and Life Publishers. 17. Srinivasulu.K, 2002 Caste, Class and Social Articulation in Andhra Pradesh, India: Mapping Differential Regional Trajectories, Working Paper 179, Overseas Development Institute, London, 18. Srinivasulu.K, M.Channa Basavaiah and D.Ravinder, 2011 Srikrishna Committee: Thorough but Unviable in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.XLVI, No.10, March 5, pp Tillin Louise. C., October 2013 Remapping India: New States and their Political Origins. Hurst and Co.
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