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Hello sir ! I am a student of Burdwan university , do you have Burdwan university Political science general syllabus ?
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Hello buddy as you want here we provides you Burdwan university Political
science general syllabus as follows

Paper – I Political Theory

1. The meaning of Political Theory : Present state of Political Theory.

2. Different approaches : (a) Traditional, (b) Marxist and (c) Behavioural
with

special reference to David Easton’s system analysis.

3. The concept of State Sovereignty : (a) Monistic, (b) Pluralistic and (c)

Popular.

4. Rights, Liberty and Equality : Meaning and their inter-relationship. Rawl’s

concept of Justice.

5. Ideology : Meaning and its variants- (a) Anarchism, (b) Fascism and (c)

Liberalism and Neo-liberalism.

6. Socialism- its variants : (a) Utopian, (b) Scientific and (c) Democratic

(basic tenets).

7. Theories of the State : (a) Idealist, (b) Marxist and (c) Gandhian.

8. Concept of hegemony in Gramsci.

9. Concept of Democracy : Liberal and Marxist.

10. Concept of Political Change : Liberal and Marxist.

PAPER – II WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT

1. General Features of Greek Political Thought. Sophists and Plato : Justice.

Aristotle : The State and its Constitutions.

2. Roman Political Thought : General features with special reference to

Citizenship and Law.

3. Mediaeval Political Thought : Church vs State (with reference to St.

Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas and Marsiglio of Padua).

4. Renaissance and Machiavelli : His Concept of Power and Secularization of

Politics.

5. Bodin and Hobbes : Concept of Sovereignty.

6. Locke : Foundations of Liberalism : Natural Rights and Limited
Government,

J.S.Mill : Utilitarianism.

7. Rousseau : General Will.

8. Hegel : State.

9. Marx and Engels : Historical Materialism. Lenin : Imperialism.

10. Isaiah Berlin : Liberty.

PAPER – III GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN INDIA

1. The Constituent Assembly – its character. The Making of the Indian

Constitution.

2. The Preamble and its significance.

3. Fundamental Rights and Duties: Directive Principles of State Policy.
Special

Provisions for S. C. and S.T.

4. Nature of Federalism : Union – State Relations (Legislative, Administrative

and Financial), Recent trends. Reorganisation of states.

5. Union Legislature : Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha- organization, functions,
and

Law-making procedure : Speaker : Procedure of Constitutional Amendment.

6. Union Executive : President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, and Council of

Ministers. Emergency Powers of the Indian President.

7. Government in the State : Governor, Chief Minister, and the Council of

Ministers. State Legislatures : composition and functions.

8. Judiciary : Supreme Court and the High Courts : Composition and
functions –

Judicial Activism.

9. Party System in India : features and trends : Political Parties in West
Bengal.

10. Electoral Process : Election Commission : composition and functions :
need

for electoral reforms.


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