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Syllabus of political science in Punjab University

Hello sir I am student of MA Political Science of Punjab University and require the complete syllabus of this program so can you help me by providing the pdf file of syllabus.

The MA program in Political Science of Punjab University is 2 years duration program. It is based on annual system.

Syllabus of MA Political Science


Semester-I

Paper-I : Indian Political Thought

Paper-II : Western Political Thought

Paper-III : Indian Government and Politics

Paper-IV : Theories of International Politics

Semester-II

Paper-I : Modern Indian Political Thought

Paper-II : Contemporary Political Issues

Paper-III : Liberal, Political Theory

Paper-IV : Democracy in India

Note: Each paper will carry 80 marks and 20 marks for internal assessment.

The Break-up of 20 marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is as below:

1. Test 10 marks

2. Class Attendance 05 marks

3. Project work/Assignment 05 marks

Seminar/Field Work etc

Total Marks 20 marks

Syllabus

PAPER-1: INDIAN POLITICAL THOUHGT

SECTION-A
1. Nomenclature and Characteristics of Ancient Indian Political Thought.
2. Sources of Ancient Political Thought and Difficulties in the study of Ancient Indian Political Thought.

SECTION-B
1. Political Thought and Institutions in Vedic Literature
2. Mahabharata

SECTION-C
1. Manu : Political and Social Ideas
2. Kautilya

SECTION-D
1. Political and Social Ideas of Guru Nanak Dev
2. Political and Social Ideas of Guru Gobind Singh.

Syllabus of MA Political Science of Punjab University
SEMESTER-IV
Compulsory Papers
Paper V : Theory and Practice of Public Administration
Paper VI : Comparative Politics

Paper VII and VIII : Group I
Any Two of the following Options :
Opt. i : Electoral Politics in India
Opt. ii : Punjab Politics
Opt. iii : Research Methodology
Opt. iv : Women and Political Theory
Opt. v : Contemporary Debates in Political Theory
Opt.vi : Sikh Political Though (1469 AD-1708 AD)

OR
Paper III and IV : Group II
Any Two of the following Options :
Opt. vii : Foreign Policies of US, Russia, China and Japan
Opt. viii : Human Rights in International Relations
Opt. ix : International Law
Opt. x : Third World in International System
Opt. xi : Globalization and its Impact on Political System
Note : Each paper will carry 80 Marks and 20 marks for internal Assessment

The Break up of 20 Marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is as below :
1. Test 10 Marks
2. Class Attendance 05 Marks
3. Project Work/ Assignment/Seminar/ 05 Marks
Field Work etc.
Total Marks 20 Marks

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER FOR ALL PAPERS
The question paper will consist of five sections : A,B,C,D AND E. Sections A,B,C, and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short-answer questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 32 marks in all, each short-answer type question carry 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES FOR ALL PAPERS
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A,B,C and D of the question paper and the entire section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.



SEMESTER-III
PAPER-I : CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THOUGHT
Max. Marks : 80 Pass Marks : 28
Time : 3 Hours
SECTION-A
1. Marx
2. Lenin
3. Stalin
SECTION-B
4. Mao
5. Gramsci
SECTION-C
6. Herbert Marcuse
7. Laski
SECTION-D
8. Rawls
9. Nozick
READINGS
1. J.S. Roudseck, (ed) : Contemporary Political Ideologies, London, 1969.
2. Roger, Garaudy, Marxim in Twentieth Century, London : Collins, 1970.
3. Herbert Marcuse : One Dimension Man, Routledge, Kegan Paul London, 1964.
4. Irwing Howe, (ed)., Beyond the New Left, New York, 1970.
5. F.W. Coker, Recent Political Thought, The World Press Private Ltd., Calcutta, 1966
6. Herbert Deane, Political ideas of Harold, J. Laski, Cambidge University Press, 1955.
7. Jagroop Kaur, ;wekbhB okiBhfse fuzsB Madan Publications, Patiala, 2003.
8. Harding Neil, Lenin's Political Thought, Vol. 2 London, The Macmillan Press, 1977
9. S. Scharan, Mao Tse-Tung, Harmendsworth : Penguin, 1966.
10. R.R. Salowan, Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture : Bombay, Oxford University Press, 1971.
11. V. I. Lenin, State and Revolution, Progress Publisher, Moscow, 1972.
12. V. I. Lenin, Imperialism- The Highest Stage of Capitalism, Left World Books, New Delhi, 2005.
13. Roberts Peri & Peter Sutch, An Introduction to Political Thought, Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi, 2005.
14. Subrata Mukherji & Sushila Ramaswamy, A History of Socialist Thought, Sage Publications, New Delhi.
15. Alan Finlayson (ed), Contemporary Political Thought, Edinbergh University Press, 2003.
16. John Rawls, A Theory of Justice, Harvard University Press, 1971.
17. John Rawls, Political Liberalism, Columbia University Press, New York, 1996.
18. John Rawls, The Law of Peoples, Harvard University Press, 1999.
19. A. Davidson, Antonio Gramsci : Towards an Intellectual Biography, London, 1977.
20. L. Colletti, From Rousseau to Lenin, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1969.
21. B. Parekh, Marx's Theory of Ideology, London, Croom & Helm,1982.

PAPER II : MODERN POLITICAL ANALYSIS
Max. Marks : 80 Pass Marks : 28
Time : 3 Hours

SECTION-A
1. Modern Political Analysis : Meaning, Nature and Scope
2. Political Science as a discipline : A brief review of the developments in the discipline since 1900
SECTION-B
3. Behavioural Revolution in Political Science : Behavioural Approach & Post-Behavioural Reactions to it.
4. Modern Approaches :
(a) System Approach
(b) Structural Functional Approach
(c) Marxian Approach
SECTION-C
5. Concept of Political System : Political System, Social System & Economic System
6. Meaning of Politics : Traditional & Modern Interpretations
SECTION-D
7. Political Culture
8. Political Socialisation
READINGS

1. Robert A. Dahl, Modern Political Analysis, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 1972.
2. Davies & Lewis, Models of Political Systems, Vikas, New Delhi, 1972.
3. Stephen L. Wasby, Political Science : The Discipline and its Dimensions, Scientific Book Agency; 1972.
4. D. Easton, The Political System, Scientific Book Agency, Calcutta, 1972.
5. D.Easton, A System Analysis of Political life, John Willey, 1965.
6. Almond & Powell, Comparative Politics, Amerind, New Delhi, 1975.
7. Almond & Verba, Civic Culture, Princeton, 1963.
8. Venon Von Dyke, Political Science: A philosophical Analysis, Stanford, 1960.
9. Karl W. Deutsch, The Nerves of Government, The Free Press, New York, 1952.
10. Oran R. Young, Systems of Political Science, Prentice Hall, 1967.
11. Heinz Evlau, Behavioural Persuasion in Politics, Random House, New York, 1963.
12. Harold Lasswell, The Policy Orientation of Political Science, Laxmi Narain Aggarwal, Agra, 1971.
13. Arnold Brecht, Political Theory, Times of India Press, Bombay, 1970.
14. David E. Apter, Introduction to Political Analysis, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1981.
15. Charlesworth, Contemporary Political Analysis, Free Press, New York, 1968.
16. S.M. Lipset, Political Man: The Social Basis of Politics, London, 1983.
17. Daniel Bell, End of Ideology: On the Exhaustion of Political Ideas in the Fifties, Free Press, New York, 1960.


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Re: Syllabus of political science in Punjab University

Hi buddy I need syllabus of Punjab University MA Political Science program so will you plz let me know from where I can collect its syllabus will you plz provide me same here ??
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27th August 2019, 12:27 PM
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Re: Syllabus of political science in Punjab University

As you are asking for Punjab University MA Political Science program syllabus so on your demand I am providing same here :

Punjab University MA Political Science program syllabus
Outlines Of Tests, Syllabi And Courses Of Reading In The Subject Of
Political Science For M.A. (Semester System) i.e. 1st and 3rd Semesters
November/December, 2019 And 2nd And 4th Semesters
April/May, 2020 Examinations
Outlines of Test
Note : Each paper/course shall carry 4 credits/100 marks.
A semester shall have at least 60 hours of lectures and 15 hours of seminars in the papers included in the
Syllabus.
First Semester

Course I : Western Political Thought-I
Course II : Key Concepts in Political Analysis
Course III : Indian Politics : Institutions at work (Compulsory)
Course IV : International Relations : An Historical Overview

Second Semester

Course V : Western Political Thought (II)
Course VI : Comparative Politics : Understanding Advanced Industrial Societies
Course VII : Indian Politics : Political Processes (Compulsory)
Course VIII : Theories of International Relations
OR
Approaches to the Study of International Relations

Third Semester
Course IX : Indian Political Thought-I (Compulsory)
Course X : Comparative Politics-II : Understanding Developing Societies (Compulsory)
OR
Comparative Political Systems with special reference to USA, UK, China, Japan &
Switzerland (Compulsory)

Course XI : The candidates are required to offer any one of the following courses :
Option (a) International Organization
Option (b) Transnational Actors in International Politics
Option (c) Politics of Development in India
Option (d) Peace and Conflict Resolution
Option (e) Rethinking Geopolitics : Criactial Perspectives
Option (f) Theories of Development
Option (g) Public International Law-I
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Course XII : The candidates are required to offer any one of the following courses :
Option (a) Democracy in India
Option (b) Government & Politics of Indias Neighbours (Pakistan, Bangladesh,
Nepal and Sri Lanka).
Option (c) Women and Politics in India
Option (d) Rights : Ideas and Movements
Option (e) Nationalism : Theory and Context
Option (f) New Political Geography in Comparative Perspective
Option (g) Policies and Politics of Development in India
Option (h) Public Administration

Fourth Semester
Course XIII : Indian Political Thought-II (Compulsory)
Course XIV : Foreign Policy of India (Compulsory)
Course XV : The candidates are required to offer any one of the following courses :
Option (a) Parties and Electoral Politics in India
Option (b) State Politics in India
Option (c) Decentralized Governance and Local Level Institutions in India
Option (d) Political Sociology with special reference to India
Option (e) Representing

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