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ICP3 CO3

INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS: Political Dynamics

ICP4 CO4

INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS: Federal Dynamics

Complementary Course Model III


IPO1 CO1: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ORGANISATION: An Introduction.
IPO2 CO2: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ORGANISATION: Concepts.
IPO3 CO3: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ORGANISATION: Organisations for
Peace.
IPO4 CO4: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ORGANISATION: Contemporary
Issues.
Complementary Course Model IV
PUA 1 CO1: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: An Introduction
PUA 2 CO2: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Concepts
PUA 3 CO3: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Personnel and Financial Administration
PUA 4 CO4: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Indian Administration

Note: Colleges can opt any one of the model (Complementary) for their entire course.
However, the Colleges shall continue to opt their course, equivalent to their subsidiary
papers now offering

BAPOLITICALSCIENCE(CoreCourses)
CoreCourseIPOL1BO1FoundationsofPoliticalScience

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ModuleI
NatureofPoliticalScience:
A)Meaning,scopeandimportanceofPoliticalScience.
(B)ApproachestotheStudy:
TraditionalHistorical,philosophical,institutional,normativeand
legal.
ModernBehavioural,PostBehavioural,andMarxian.
ModuleII
StateandSociety
(A)Meaningandinterrelationships.
(B)Natureandfunctionsofthestate:LiberalandMarxianViews
(C)Theoriesoftheoriginofthestatewithspecialreferenceto
Evolutionarytheory.
ModuleIII:
PoliticalSystem;
MeaningandcharacteristicsSystemAnalysisInputOutputand
StructuralFunctionalAnalysis
ModuleIV:
Sovereignty:
Meaningandkinds.MonisticandPluralisticinterpretations
ModuleV:
Governmentalstructuresandfunctions.
TheoryofSeparationofpower
(A)Legislature:Rulemakingfunctions
(B)Executive:Ruleapplicationfunctions
(C)Judiciary:Ruleadjudicationfunctions:RuleofLawand
AdministrativeLaw,JudicialReview.

BooksandReferences
1.AlanR.Ball:ModernPoliticsandGovernment,3rdedition,Palgrave
Macmillan,2008.
2.AppadoraiA:SubstanceofPolitics,OxfordUniversityPress,New
Delhi,2002.

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3.AndrewHeywood:Politics,3edition,PalgraveMacmillan,NewYork,
2007.
4.AndrewHeywood:PoliticalTheory:AnIntroduction,3edition,Palgrave
Macmillan,NewYork,2008.
5.Asirvatham&Misra:PoliticalTheory,S.Chand&Company,NewDelhi.
6.DavidRobertson:TheDictionaryofPolitics,3edition,Routledge,Ane
Books,NewDelhi,2007.
7.GaubaO.P:AnIntroductiontoPoliticalTheory,MacmillanPublishers,
NewDelhi,1995.
8.HaroldJ.Laski:GrammarofPolitics,SurjeethPublications,New
Delhi,2006.
9.Mahajan.V.D:PoliticalTheory,Chand&Company,NewDelhi,2009.
10.PeterB.Haris:FoundationsofPoliticalScience,OxfordIBH.
11.L.S.Ratho:RelevanceofPoliticalTheory,RawatPublishers,New
Delhi2010
12.Almond&Powell:ComparativePolitics:ADevelopmentalApproach,PHI,
NewDelhi,2005
13.AndrianLeftwitch(ed):WhatisPolitics,Polity?Atlantic
Distributors,NewDelhi,2005

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CoreCourseII POL2BO2 - ConceptsofPoliticalScience


ModuleI:ModernConceptsinPoliticalScience
Power,Influence,Authority,Legitimacy,PoliticalCulture,Political
Socialisation,Political
ModernisationandPoliticalDevelopment:
ModuleII:Law,Equality,Liberty,Justice,RightsandDuties:Meaning:
ModuleIII:ConceptofDevelopmentNotionoftheThirdworldfrom
underdevelopmentto
Development:
LiberalandMarxianviews.
ModuleIV:Democracy:Meaningandinterpretations;Liberal,Marxianand
GandhianviewsconditionsnecessaryfortheworkingofDemocracy
IndirectDemocracyDevicesof
DirectDemocracy
ModuleV:A)Politicalparties,InterestgroupsandPressuregroups
B)PublicOpinion:AgenciesofPublicOpinion:
RoleofPublicOpinioninDemocraticandTotalitariansystems.
BooksandReferences
1.AppadoraiA:SubstanceofPolitics,OxfordUniversityPress,New
Delhi,2002.
2.AlanR.Ball&:ModernPoliticsandGovernment,PalgraveMacmillan,
GuyPetersNewYork,2008.rd
3.Dahl.R.BruceStinebrickner,ModernPoliticalSystem.PearsonNew
Delhi2008
4.H.J.LaskiGrammarofPolitics,SurjithPublicationsNewDelhi2006
5.Barrie,AxfordetalPoliticsanIntroduction,RoutledgeLondon2008.
6.AndrewHeywood:KeyconceptsinPoliticsPalgraveMacmillan,New
York2007

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7.DavidRobertson:DictionaryofPolitics,3edition,Routledge,Ane
Books,NewDelhi,2007.
8.GaubaO.P:IntroductiontoPoliticalTheory,MacmillanPublishers,New
Delhi,1995.
9.PeterB.Haris:FoundationsofPoliticalScience,OxfordIBH.
10.Mahajan.V.D:PoliticalTheory,Chand&Company,NewDelhi,2009.
11.VarmaS.P:ModernPoliticalTheory,Vikas,NewDelhi.1984
12.UrmilaSharma$S.K.Sharma:PrinciplesandtheoryofPolitical
Science,(2Volumes)Atlantic
PublishersNewDelhi2007.

CoreCourseIII POL3BO1IndianGovernmentandPolitics
Module.I.AnoverviewofConstitutionalDevelopmentwithreferenceto
GovernmentofIndiaact
1909,1919,1935andIndianIndependenceAct1947.TheConstituent
AssemblyofIndia.
ModuleII.SalientfeaturesoftheIndianConstitution
thePreambletheFundamentalRights
DirectiveprinciplesofStatePolicyFundamentalduties.
ModuleIII.Indianfederalism,CentreStaterelationsdistributionof
legislativepowers,
AdministrativeandfinancialrelationsbetweentheUnionandtheStates.
TheFinanceCommission,ThePlanningCommission,NationalDevelopment
Council
ModuleIV.GovernmentoftheUnion.
(a)TheUnionExecutivethePresidentandtheVicePresidentThe
CouncilofMinistersandthe
PrimeMinister.
(b)TheUnionLegislatureTheParliamentTheLokSabhaandtheRajya
Sabha,composition,Powers
andfunctionstheroleoftheSpeaker.

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(c)GovernmentoftheStates.TheGovernorTheCouncilofMinistersand
theChiefMinisterTheStateLegislaturecomposition,powersand
functions.
(d)LocalselfGovernmentsSignificanceof73rdand74thAmendment
acts.
ModuleV.TheIndianJudicialSystem
TheSupremeCourtandtheHighCourtscomposition,jurisdictionand
Functions,Judicialreview,judicialactivism,IndependenceofJudiciary
inIndia.
BooksandReferences
1D.D.Basu.IntroductiontotheConstitutionofIndia.(PrenticeHall,
2010)
2.Dr.M.V.Pylee.IndiasConstitution(Vikas,NewDelhi2010)
3.Dr.B.L.Fadia.IndianGovernmentandPolitics.(SahityaBhavan
Publications,2010)
4.Dr.A.P.Avasthi.IndianGovernmentandPolitics.(LakshmiNarayan
Agarwal,2012)
5.J.C.Johari.IndianPoliticalSystem(AnmolPublications,2008)
6.GrenvilleAustin.IndianConstitution:AcornerstoneofaNation.
(Oxford,2008)
7.BrijKishoreShama,IntroductiontotheConstitutionofIndia.
PrenticeHall,NewDelhi,2007.
8.BidyutChakrabarthi&IndianGovernmentandPolitics.Sage,NewDelhi
2008
9.,LakshmiKanth,IndianPolityTATAMagrow.
10.A.G.Noorani,ConstitutionalandCitizensRights,Oxford,New
Delhi,2006.
CoreCourseIV POL3BO2WorldConstitutions:ComparativeAnalysis
ModuleI.NatureandScopeofComparativePolitics,Distinctionbetween
traditionalandmodern
ComparativePolitics.
ModuleII:Constitutionandconstitutionalism.

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ModuleIII.Acomparativeanalysisonthefeaturesoftheconstitutions
ofU.K.,U.S.A.,France,
SwitzerlandandChina.
ModuleIV.Executive,LegislatureandJudiciaryofU.K.,U.S.A.and
France
ModuleV.CompareFederalandUnitarysystemsU.S.A.,Indiaand
Switzerland(Federalsystems)
U.K.,FranceandChina(Unitarysystems)

BooksandReferences
1.ChilcotteR.H.:TheoriesofComparativePolitics,Thesearchfora
paradigmrevisited,1986
`2S.N.Ray:ModernComparativePolitics:Approaches,MethodsandIssues.
ForthPrinting,Prentice
HallofIndia,2007.
3KennethNewton&JanW.VanDath,FoundationsofComparativePolitics,
CambridgeUniversity
Press,2005.
4.AlmondGabriel,etal:ComparativePoliticsTodayPearsonEducation,
482F.I.E.Patparganj,Delhi
110092,2003
5.DanieleCaramani,ComparativePolitics,OxfordUniversityPress,New
Delhi,2010.
6Macridis,RoyC:&BernardE.Brown;ComparativePolitics,Chicago,
DorseyPress
7.Macridis,RoyC:ModernPoliticalRegimes,PatternsandInstitutions,
Boston,littleBrownand
Company,1986
8.Ray,SamirendraN:ModernComparativePolitics:Approaches,Methods
andIssues,NewDelhi,
PrenticeHallofIndia1999
9.BaraJudith&MarkPennigton(ed),ComparativePolitics,Sage,New
Delhi,2009.

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10.RekhaSaxena(ed),VarietiesofFederalGovernance,Cambridge
UniversityPress,NewDelhi,
2011.

CoreCourseVPOL4BO1AncientandMedievalPoliticalThought
ModuleI:GreekPoliticalThought:
Plato:IdealState,Justice,EducationandCommunism
Aristotle:State:Origin,natureandfunctions.SlaveryandRevolution.
ModuleII:AncientRomanPoliticalThought:
ContributionsofPolybiusandCicerotoRomanPoliticalthought
ModuleIII:AncientHinduPoliticalThought:
HinduConceptionsofDharmaandJustice.ContributionsofKautilya.
ModuleIV:MedievalPoliticalthought:
St:ThomasAcquinas:hisviewsonLawandJustice.
Dante:TheoryofUniversalMonarchy.
ModuleV:Machiavelli:humannature,moralityandreligion.
RealisminMachiavellianpoliticalphilosophy.

BooksandReferences
1.Bhandari.D.R:HistoryofEuropeanPoliticalPhilosophy,13threvised
edition,
TheBangalorePrintingandPublishingCompanyLtd,Bangalore,2007.
2.DunningW.A:AHistoryofPoliticalTheories.Vol.I,Macmillan,New
York.
3.GettelR.G:HistoryofPoliticalThought,SurjithPublications,New
Delhi,2008.
4.GuptaR.C:WesternPoliticalThought,LakshmiNarainAgarwal,Agra,
2007.
5.MaxeyC.C:PoliticalPhilosophies,SurjeethPublications,Delhi,
2007.

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6.IyanAdams&R.W.Dyson,FiftyGreatPoliticalThinkers,Foundation
Books,Routledge,2007.
7.SabineG.H:HistoryofPoliticalTheory,4threvisededition,Oxford
andIBH.Delhi.
8.FredDallmayr(ed),ComparativePoliticalThoery:AnIntroduction,
PalgraveMAcmillian,2010.
9.VarmaV.P:AncientandMedievalPoliticalThought,LakshmiNarain
Agarwal,Agra2000.
10.WayperC.L:PoliticalThought,EnglishUniversityPress,London,
1967.
11.WilliamEbenstein:GreatPoliticalThinkers,OxfordIBH,NewDelhi,
1969.
12.WayperC.L.,PoliticalThought,SurjeetPublications,NewDelhi,
2007.

CORECOURCEVI POL4BO2ISSUESININDIANPOLITICS
ModuleI:Socioeconomicfactors(Caste&Class)determiningpolitical
processinIndia
ModuleII:PartysystemandElectoralPolitics
NatureofPartySystem
NationalPoliticalPartiesPoliciesandProgrammes
RegionalPoliticalPartiesAnoverview.
ModuleIII:SecularismandIndianDemocracyTheoryandPractice
ChallengestoSecularismandDemocraticPolityCommunalism,Religious
fundamentalism,
TerrorismandMoneyPower.
ModuleIV:MarginalisedSectionsScheduledCastes&ScheduledTribes,
Womenand
Children;LinguisticandEthnicMovements.
ModuleV.MajorissuesinIndianDemocracy.Regionalism,Communalism,
Religious,

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Fundamentalism,CriminalisationofPolitics,Reservationissuesand
Globalisation.
ModuleVI:NatureofStatePoliticsinKerala:
PartysystemandElectoralbehaviour;CoalitionPoliticsinKerala

BooksandReferences
1.JaveedAlam,WhowantsDemocracy?,Hyderabad,OrientLongman,2004
2.NirajaGopalJayal,DemocracyandtheState,NewDelhi,Oxford
UniversityPress,2002.
3.PaulR.Brass,ThePoliticsofIndiasinceIndependence,Cambridge,
CambridgeUty.Press,2006.
4.AtulKohli,DemocracyandDiscontent:IndiasGrowingCrisisof
Governability,NewYork,
CambridgeUniversityPress,1992.
5.IqbalNarain(ed),SecularisminIndia,Jaipur,Classic,1995.
6.BidyutChakrabarthy&R.K.Pandey,IndianGovernmentandPolitics,New
Delhi,Sage,2010.
7.SumitGanguly&RahulMukherji,IndiaSince1980,NewDelhi,Cambridge
UniversityPress,2010.
8.C.P.Bhambhri,IndianPoliticsSinceIndependence,NewDelhi,Shipra,
2007.
9.RajeevBhargava,UnderstandingContemporaryIndia,NewDelhi,Orient
Blackswan,2010.
10.J.C.Johari,IndianPoliticalSystem,NewDelhi,AnmolPublication,
2010.
11.NeeraChandhoke&PraveenPriyadarshi(ed),ContemporaryIndia:
economy,Society,Politics,
PearsonPublishers,2009.
12.AchinVanayak&RajivBarghava,UnderstandingContemporaryIndia,
OreintBlackswan,2010.
13.KrishnaAnanth,IndiasinceIndependence,Pearson,2012.
CoreCourseVIIPOL5BO1-ResearchMethodology

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ModuleI:(A)ResearchMethodandResearchMethodology.SocialScience
Research
(B)Hypothesis:functionsandimportance;Characteristicsofgood
Hypothesis
(C)Conceptsandvariables:Abriefanalysis.
ModuleII:TypesofResearch:PureandApplied,Historicaland
Analytical.SurveyResearch:features,
meritsanddemerits.
ModuleIII:ResearchDesign.Meaningandimportance.TypesofResearch
Design:Exploratory,
Descriptive,ExperimentalandActionResearch.
ModuleIV:Sampling:Meaningandimportance.TypesofsamplingRandom
sampling,Stratified
samplingandSystematicsampling.
ModuleV:(a)DatacollectionInterview,Schedule,Questionnaire,
Observation
ModuleVI:ProcessingandAnalysis,Reportwriting

BooksandReferences
1.Bahnanes&PeterCaputi,IntroductiontoQuantitativeResearch
Methods,Sage,NewDelhi,2010.
2.BridgetSomek,Lewin,ResearchMethodsintheSocialSciences,Vistaar
Publications,NewDelhi,
2008.
3.GhoshB.N,ScientificMethodandSocialResearch,Sterling,NewDelhi.
4.GoodeandHatt,MethodsinSocialResearch,McGrawHill,NewYork,
1952.
5.GopalLalJain,ResearchMethodology:MethodsToolsandTechniques.
MangalDeep
Publications,Jaipur,2003.
6.KerlingerF.W,FoundationsofBehaviouralResearch.Revisededition,
SurjeethPublications,New
Delhi.

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7.Kothari.C.R,ResearchMethodology:MethodsandTechniques.NewAge
International,NewDelhi,
2004.
8.KrishnaswamyO.R&RangananthanM:MethodologyofResearchinSocial
Sciences,Himalaya,
2006.
9.SharmaB.A.V.Prasad&Satyanarayana.P(ed);ResearchMethodsinSocial
Sciences,Sterling,New
Delhi,1983.
10.YoungP.V:ScientificSocialSurveysandResearch,revisededition,
AsiapublishingHouse,Bombay
1997.
11.ZinaOLeary,TheEssentialGuidetoDoingResearch,Vistaar,New
Delhi,2008.
12.Burnett,Judith,DoingYourSocialScienceDissertation,Sage,New
Delhi,2009.

CoreCourseVIIIPOL5BO2ModernWesternPoliticalThought
ModuleI:SocialContractualists:
ThomasHobbes:Stateofnature,socialcontract,natureandattributesof
state.
JohnLocke:Stateofnature,naturalrights,natureandfunctionsof
state.
J.J.Rousseau:Stateofnature,socialcontractandgeneralwill.
ModuleII:Utilitarians:
JeremyBentham:Pleasurepaintheory
J.S.Mill:ModificationsofBenthamstheory,onLibertyand
representativegovernment
ModuleIII:Idealists:
Hegel:OnDialectics,stateandfreedom
T.H.Green:State,freedomandrights
ModuleIV:Socialists:
KarlMarxMaterialisticDialecticsandHistoricalMaterialism,Theory
ofSurplusValue,Class
Struggle,BasesuperstructureRelations,CritiqueofCapitalism
V.I.LeninImperialismanddemocraticcentralism

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MaoTseTungOncontradiction,roleofpeasantry
ModuleVAnarchismBakuninandKropotkin
BooksandReferences:
1.IyanAdms&R.W.Dyson,FiftyGreatPoliticalThinkers,Foundation
Books,Routledge,2007.
2.DunningW.AAHistoryofpoliticalTheories,VolsIIandIII,
Macmillan,NewYork.
3.GettelR.G.HistoryofPoliticalThought,SurjeetPublications,New
Delhi,2007.
4.ChrisSparks&SturatIssacs,PoliticalTheoristsinContext,Rawat
BookSellers(Rutledge),2010.
5.FredDalmayr(ed),ComparativePoliticalTheory:AnIntroduction,
PalgraveMacmillian,2010.
6.Rawls.JATheoryofJustice,OxfordUniversitypress,London1971.
8.Sabine.G.HHistoryofPoliticalTheory,4threvisededition,Oxford
andIBH
9.SubrataMukherjee&SushilaRamaswamyAHistoryofPolitical
Thought,
PrenticeHallofIndia,NewDelhi,1999.
10.VarmaV.P.ModernIndianPoliticalThought,LakshmiNarainAgarwal,
Agra2000.
11.WayperC.L.PoliticalThought,EnglishUniversityPress,London,
1967.
12.WilliamEbensteinGreatPoliticalThinkers,OxfordIBH,NewDelhi,
1969.
13.DanielGurin,Anarchism,Delhi,AakarBooks,2010.
14.PaulEltzbacher,TheGreatAnarchists,Mineola,NewYork,Dover
PublicationsINC,2004.
CoreCourseIXPOL5BO3IntroductiontoPublicAdministration
ModuleI.Definition,nature,scopeandimportanceofPublic
Administration
PublicAdministrationandPrivateAdministration.

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ModuleII.AdministrativeLawRuleofLawDelegatedlegislation
Administrative
Adjudication.
ModuleIII.PrinciplesofOrganisation;HierarchyUnityofcommand
Spanofcontrol
DelegationCoordinationCommunication.
ModuleIVDevelopmentAdministrationWeberianandRiggsmodel
ModuleV.PersonnelAdministrationnatureofthepersonnelproblems,
Spoils,Merit
Bureaucratic,AristocraticandDemocraticsystems
ModuleVI.BureaucracyMeaningCharacteristicsDefectsandmerits
U.P.S.CandStateP.S.Cs

BooksandReferences
I.Avasthi&Avasthi:AdministrativeTheory.(LakshmiNarayanAgarwal,
Agra)
2.Avasthi&MaheswariPublicAdministrationinTheoryandPractice.
(LakshmiNarayanAgarwal,
Agra)
3.B.L.Fadia:AdministrativeTheory.(SahithyaBhavanPublications)
4.ShriramMaheswari,Administrativetheoryanintroduction,McMillian,
NewDelhi,2003.
5.PremaArora:PublicAdministration
6.WhiteL.D.:IntroductiontothestudyofPublicAdministration:
(SurjeetPublications
7.Ramesh.K.Aroroa:AdministrativeTheory(AssociatePublishingHouse,
NewDelhi)
8.RumkiBasu:PublicAdministrationConceptsandTheories(Sterling
Publishers,NewDelhi)
9.Sapru,AdministrativeTheoriesandManagementThought,PrenticeHall
ofIndia,NewDelhi.
10.Sharma.M.P.:PublicAdministrationintheoryandpractice,(Kithab
Mahal,Allahabad)
11.IndianJournalofPublicAdministration.

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12PradeepSahniandEtakulaVayuNadan,AdministrativeTheory,PHI
Learning,NewDelhi2010

CoreCourseXPOL5BO4 - IntroductiontoInternational
Politics
ModuleI:PerspectivesonthestudyofInternationalPolitics:
(A)Meaning,nature,scopeandimportanceofInternationalPolitics.
(B)ApproachestothestudyofInternationalPolitics:Realism,Systems
theory,Gametheory,DecisionMakingtheory,andCommunicationstheory.
ModuleII:(A)NationalPower:Elementsandlimitations
(B)StateSystem:Evolution,developmentandcorollariesNatureof
contemporarystatesystem:
(C)Imperialismandcolonialism:Moderntrends
ModuleIII:Diplomacy:Functions,stylesandlimitationsofDiplomacy.
Diplomacyinthepost
Coldwarperiod.
ModuleIV:ControlsofInterStateRelations
A)BalanceofPower:Meaning,devicesandcontemporaryrelevance
b)CollectiveSecurity:Meaningandsafeguards
c)PacificsettlementofInternationaldisputes:DevicesunderUNcharter
e)InternationalLaw:nature,limitationsandcontemporaryrelevance.
ModuleV:ForeignPolicy:a)Determinantsofforeignpolicy
b)Ideologyasaninstrumentofforeignpolicy.
c)Futureofwarasaninstrumentofnationalpolicy
BooksandReferences
1.AbdulSaid,:TheoryofInternationalRelations:CrisisofRelevance,
PrenticeHallofIndia.
2.CW.Kegleyetc;(ed):WorldPolitics:TrendsandTransformations:
MartinsPublications,NewYork,2000.

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3.HJ.Morgenthau:PoliticsamongNations:Struggleforpowerandpeace,
KalyaniPublishers,NewDelhi,1985.
4.JohnBaylis,SteveSmitetc;(ed):TheGlobalizationofWorld
Politics:AnIntroductionto
InternationalRelations,4thedition,Oxford,UniversityPress,NewYork,
2008.
5.RJacksonandGSorensen,IntroductiontoInternationalRelations,
TheoriesandApproaches,OUP,2003.
6.NormanDPalmerandPerkins:InternationalRelations,
A.I.T.B.S.Publishers,NewDelhi,
7.RobertJackson&GeorgSorensen:IntroductiontoInternational
Relations,OUP,NewYork,2008.
8.SBurchill,RDevetak(ed):TheoriesofInternationalRelations,
2edition,Palgrave,NewYork,2008.
9.VinayaKumarMalhotra:TheoriesandApproachestoInternational
Relations,Anmol,NewDelhi,2001.
10.MartinGriffiths,50thinkersinInternationalRelations,Rutledge,
London,1999.
11.RichardDevatak,etal,AnIntroductiontoInternationalRelations,
Cambridge,NewDelhi,2010.
CoreCoursesXI - POL6BO1ModernIndianPoliticalThought
ModuleI:IndianRenaissance
:(A)RajaRamMohanRoy:AsaSocialreformer.
:(B)Vivekananda:Viewsonnationalism,democracyandsocialchange
ModuleII:NationalismandReligion:(A)SarvarkarHindunationalism,
Socialchange
andSocialreforms
(B)MohammedAliJinnahViewsonHinduMuslimunityandachampion
ofTwoNationsTheory.
ModuleIII:ContributionsofMahatmaGandhiandNehru
(A)GandhijiContributionstoIndianFreedomstruggle:Techniquesof
politicalstruggle
SatyagrahaandNonviolence.Viewsonsocialism,Trusteeship,Ramarajya,
Decentralizationetc.

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(B)NehruSocialism,SecularismandNonalignment.
ModuleIV:SocialistThinkers:
(A)M.N.RoyRadicalHumanism
(B)RamManoharLohiaviewsonsocialism
(C)JayaprakashNarayanTotalRevolution
ModuleV:

(a)

Dr.B.R.AmbedkarviewsonsocialDemocracyandHinduism

(B)SreeNarayanaGuruAsasocialreformer;hisviewsonsecularism
anduniversalism.
BooksandReferences
1.AppadoraiA:DocumentsinPoliticalThoughtinModernIndia,2vols,O
UP,Bombay,1975.
2.Appadorai:IndianPoliticalthinking:ThroughtheAges,Khama
Publishers,NewDelhi,1992.
3.AnthonyJParel(ed),GandhiHindSwarajandotherWritings,New
Delhi,Cambridge
UniversityPress,2010
4.Damodaran.K.:IndianThought:Acriticalstudy.
5.Joshi,V.C:RamMohanandProcessofModernization,Vikas,New
Delhi,1979.
6.MurkotKunhappa:TheSreeNarayanaGuru,NationalBookTrust,New
Delhi,1982.
7.SathyaBaiSivadas:SreeNarayanaGuru:ThesocialPhilosophersof
Kerala,
8.&PrabhakaraRao.PBhavansPublications,Bombay,1981.
9.BidyutChakrabarthy&R.K.Pandey,IndianPoliticalThought,New
Delhi,Sage,2009.
10.ValerianRodrigues(ed):TheEssentialWritingsofB.R.Ambedkar,OU
P,NewDelhi,2002.
11.Varma.V.P:ModernIndianPoliticalThought,LakshmiNarainAgarwal,
Agra,2000.
12.AnilDuttaandMishra,ReadingGandhi,Pearson2012.
13.M.P.SinghandHimanshuRoy,IndianPoliticalThought,Pearson,2012.

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CoreCourseXIIPOL6BO2IndiasForeignPolicy
ModuleI:BasicDeterminantsofIndianForeignPolicy
a)Geographyb)PoliticalTradition(c)Nationalinterest
(d)Internationalmilieu.
ModuleII:IndiaandHerNeighbours:
(a)Pakistan(b)Bangladesh(c)SriLanka(d)Nepal
ModuleIII:RecentTrendsInIndiasRelationwith:
(a)U.S.A(b)Russia(c)China
ModuleIV:EngagementwithRegionalOrganisations
(a)ASEAN(b)SAARC(c)E.U
ModuleV:IndiaAndtheNewWorldOrderChallengesAndOpportunities
(a)Thecrisisofthenonalignmentpolicy
(b)Globalizationanditsimpactonnationalsovereignty
(c)EmergenceasaNuclearPowerAcriticalassessmentofIndias
NuclearPolicy
ModuleVI:IndiaandUN
BooksandReferences
1.Appadorai:SelectedofDocumentonIndiasForeignPolicyand
Relations194792,OUP,NewDelhi.
2.V.N.Khanna,ForeignPolicyofIndia,Vikas,2010.
3.V.P.Dutt,IndiasForeignPolicyinChangingWorld,Vikas,New
Delhi,2010.
4.BimalPrasad:OriginofIndiasForeignPolicy,Vikas.
5.S.D.Muni,IndiasForeignPolicy,CambridgeUniversityPress,New
Delhi,2011.
6.PavithranK.S.,NonAlignment:UnipolarWorldandBeyond,New
BharathiyaBookCorporation,NewDelhi,2007.
7.Karunakaran.K.P:IndiainWorldAffairs,Vol.I&II.
8.MisraK.P(ed):ForeignPolicyofIndia.AbookofReadings.
Thompson.
9.NavnithaChandhaBehera(ed):InternationalRelationsinSouthAsia:
SearchforAlternative
Paradign.NewDelhi,2008.

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10.LalitManShighandDilipLahiri:IndianForeignPolicy:Agendafor
the21stcentury.
11.SomarajanC.N(ed):FormulationandpracticeofIndiasForeign
Policy,Deep&Deep.
12.MohananB.Pillai&L.Premashekharan(ed),ForeignPolicyofIndia:
ContinuityandChange,New
CenturyPublications,NewDelhi,2010.

CoreCourseXIIIPOL6BO3IssuesinInternationalPolitics
ModuleI:PostcoldwaranalysisofInternationalPolitics:Polarity
redefined.RoleofUSAinthenew
WorldOrder:AmericaninterventioninAfghanistanandIraq.
ModuleII:EmergingroleofIndiaandChinainthechangedglobal
scenario.
ModuleIII:RoleofNonStateactorsandRegionalOrganisationsin
contemporaryInternationalPolitics
A:NonStateActors:Multinationalcorporations(MNCS),Transnational
Corporations(TNCS)andWorldTradeOrganisation(WTO)
B:RegionalOrganizationsASEAN,SAARCandEuropeanUnion.
ModuleIV:ContemporaryIssues
A:Globalization:Meaning,dimensionsanditsimpactonnational
sovereignty;
B:InternationalTerrorism:Causes,interpretationsandpreventives:a
criticalanalysis.
C:DisarmamentandArmsControl,obstaclestonucleardisarmament
D:EnvironmentalIssues:Climaticchange,globalwarming
ModuleV:UNOandContemporaryissues
A:ReformsinthecharterandrestructuringintheSecurityCouncil:
challengesandprospects.
BooksandReferences
1.CharlesW.Kegley,et.al;(ed):WorldPolitics:Trendsand
Transformation,St:MartinsPublications,NewYork,2000.

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2.GulamMohammedDar,AnIntroductiontoInternationalrelations,Rajath
Publications,NewDelhi,2008.
3.HansJ.Morgenthau:PoliticsamongNations:Struggleforpowerand
Peace,revisededition,KalyaniPublishers,NewDelhi,1985.
4.David.J.Wittaker:TheTerrorism:AReader,Routledge,London,2001.
5.John.AllphonMooreJr.&JerryPubants:TheNewUnitedNations:
InternationalOrganisationin
the21stCentury,PearsonEducation,NewDelhi,2008.
6.JohnBaylis,SteveSmitetc;(ed):TheGlobalizationofWorld
Politics:AnIntroductionto
InternationalRelations,4thedition,OxfordUniversityPress,NewYork,
2008.
7.PalmerandPerkins:InternationalRelations,RevisedIndianedition,
A.I.T.B.SPublishers,NewDelhi,2002.
8.RobertJackson&GeorgSorensen:IntroductiontoInternational
Relations,TheoriesandApproaches.3rdedition,OxfordUniversityPress,
NewYork,2008.
9.GopakumarG.(Ed),Federalism,ForeignPolicyandInternational
Treaties,NewCenturyPublications,2011.
10.SaxenaK.P:ReformingtheUnitedNations:TheChallengesand
Relevance,Sage,NewDelhi,2003
11.StegerM.Manfred:Globalization:AveryshortIntroduction,Oxford
UniversityPress,Pondichery,2009.
CoreCourseXIV POL6BO4-HumanRights
ModuleI:HumanRights:Meaning,evolutionandimportance.
Approachestothestudy:Western,Marxian,FeministandThirdWorld.
ModuleII:UNOandHumanRights:UniversalDeclarationofHumanRights
ModuleIII:HumanRightsinIndia:Constitutionalprovisions.Rightto
InformationAct.
ModuleIV:InstrumentalitiesfortheprotectionofHumanRights:National
HumanRights
Commission,JudiciaryandMedia.
ModuleV:HumanRightsMovements:AmnestyInternational,WorldWatch,
AsiaWatch,Peoples

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UnionforCivilLiberties,EnvironmentalMovements.
ModuleVI:ChallengestoHumanRights:Terrorism,Religious
fundamentalism,
Policeatrocitiesagainstwomen,childrenandothermarginalized
sections.
BooksandReferences
1.AndrewClapham:HumanRights:AVeryShortIntroduction,Oxford
UniversityPress,NewYork,2007.
2.ChiranjeeviNirmal:HumanRightsinIndia,OxfordUniversityPress,
NewDelhi,1997.
3.DarrenJ.OByrne,(ed):HumanRights:AnIntroduction,Pearson
EducationPvtLtd,NewDelhi,2004.
4.JanuszSymonides(ed):NewDimensionsandChallengesforHumanRights,
RawatPublications,Jaipur,2006.
5.JohariJ.C:HumanRightsandNewWorldOrder,AnmolPublications,New
Delhi,1998.
6.KrishnaIyer.V.R,:Minorities,CivilLibertiesandCriminalJustice,
PeoplesPublishingHouse,NewDelhi,1980.
7.ShashiMotilal&Bijayalaxm:HumanRights,GenderandEnvironment,
AlliedPublishers,NewDelhi,2006
8.SouthAsiaHumanRightsDocumentationCentre:IntroducingHuman
Rights,OUP,NewDelhi,2007.
9.UjjwalKumarSingh(ed):HumanRightsandpeace:Ideas,Laws,
InstitutionsandMovements,Sage,NewDelhi,2009.
10.UpendraBaxi:InhumanwrongsandHumanRights,HarAnand,NewDelhi,
1994
11.UpendraBaxi:TheRighttobeHuman,LancerInternational,New
Delhi,1987.
12.DarrenO'Byrne,HumanRights,Pearson,2012.JournalIndianJournal
ofHumanRights.

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ElectiveCourseIPOL6 B (E01) - StateandSoc

ietyinKerala

ModuleI:
CasteandclassstructureRoleofSocialReformMovements
Riseofrepresentativeinstitutions
ModuleII:NationalistandDemocraticMovements,Communistandpeasant
movements,
TradeUnionism
ModuleIII:PoliticalPartiesandelectoralPolitics:CoalitionPolitics
EmergingTrends;Roleof
LegislatureinSocialchange.
ModuleIV:GrassrootlevelDemocracyWorkingofPanchayathiraj
institutionsPeoplesPlanning
Programme,Neighbourhoodgroups.
ModuleV:KeralaModelofDevelopment:features,challengesand
prospects.
ModuleVI:NewSocialMovementsamongDalitsandAdivasis,Women,
Fisherfolk,Environmental
groupsetc.

BooksandReferences
1.John,JohnP:CoalitionGovernmentsinKerala,Instituteforthe
StudyofPublicPolicyandManagement,Trivandrum,1983.
2.JosephTharamangalam(ed)Kerala:TheParadoxesofPublicactionand
development,OrientLongman,NewDelhi,2006.
3.MathewE.T(ed):DynamicsofMigrationinKerala:Dimension,
DifferentialandConsequences,OrientLongman,NewDelhi,2003.
4.NossiterT.R:CommunisminKerala:AstudyinPoliticalAdaptation,
OxfordUniversityPress,New
Delhi,1982.
5.OommenM.A(ed):KeralasDevelopmentExperiencesvols.I&II,
InstituteofSocialSciences,
ConceptPublishingCompany,NewDelhi,1999.
6.RamakrishnanNairR:ConstitutionalExperimentsinKerala,Kerala
AcademyofPoliticalSciences,
Trivandrum.

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7.RobinJeffrey:Politics,WomenandWellbeing,HowKeralaBecamea
Model?OxfordUniversity
Press,NewDelhi,1993.
8.RobinJeffrey:DeclineofNayarDominance:SocietyandPoliticsin
Travancore,18471907,Vikas,
NewDelhi.
9.ThomasIssacT.M&RichardFrank:LocalDemocracyandDevelopment:
Peoplescampaignfor
DecentralisedPlanninginKerala,DeffordBooks,NewDelhi,2000.
10.JoseChanderN.,Kerala:DynamicsofStatePolitics,Sterling,Delhi,
1986.
ElectiveCourseIIPOL6 B (E02)- DevelopmentAdministration
ModuleI.ConceptandMeaningScope,Importance,EvolutionGrowthof
Development
Administration
ModuleII.TheoriesandApproaches:Capitalist,Socialist,Mixedeconomy
andGandhian
ModuleIII.DevelopmentAdministrationinIndia.
(a)Constitutionalframework.Central,StateandLocaladministration.
(b)SocialauditingGrievancesredressalCellOmbdusman
ModuleIV.DevelopmentIssues.Poverty,Inequality,regionaldisparity,
Ruralclassstructure,gender
andclassstructure.
ModuleV.PoliticsAdministrativeInterface.Natureofgrassrootlevel
politicsroleofbureaucracy
InterrelationshipbetweenPoliticiansandBureaucrats.Enhancing
Bureaucraticcapability
ModuleVI.Decentralisationanddevelopment.Conceptofdemocratic
decentralization
evolutionandroleofPanchayatRajThreetiresystemImpactof73rd
and74thConstitutional
amendmentsonPanchayatRaj.
BooksandReferences
1.AmithavMukherjee;Decentralisation;PanchayatsintheNinetees,
Vikas,NewDelhi,1994.

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2.AtulKohli:StateandPovertyinIndia:Thepoliticsofreform.Orient
Longman,Newdelhi,1987
3.JanDreze&AmerthyaSen:Indiandevelopment:OxfordUniversityPress,
Calcutta,1996.
4.GeorgeMathew:PanchayatRaj:FromLegislationtoMovement.Concept
PublicationsDelhi,1994.
5.InstituteforSocialSciences:statusofPanchayatRajinthestates
andUnionTerritoriesofIndia,
ConceptPublicationsNewDelhi,2000.
6.RichardC.Crook&JamesManor:Democracyanddecentralizationin
SouthAsiaandWestAfrica:
Participation,accountabilityandPerformance.CambridgeUniversityPress,
1998.
7.Biju.M.R.:PoliticsofdemocracyandDecentralisationinIndia.A
casestudyofKerala.Atlantic,
NewDelhi,1997.8.Sharma.A.K.&BhaskarRoa(ed):ResearchinPublic
Administration:An
Overview.Vikas,NewDelhi,1996.
8PaiPanardiker.V.:BureaucracyandDevelopmentAdministration,Center
forPolicyResearch,New
Delhi,1978.
9.SharmaA.K.$BhaskarRao(ed),ResearchinPublicAdministration:An
overviewVikasN.Delhi1996

ElectiveCoursesIIIPOL6 B (E03)InternationalOrganisationand
Administration
ModuleI:(A)EvolutionofInternationalOrganisation
(B)LeagueofNations:Structureandachievements;FailureofLeagueof
Nations.
ModuleII:

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UnitedNationsOrganisations:purposesandprinciples.Structureand
functionsofPrincipalOrgans.
specialisedagencies,.ChangingroleofSecretaryGeneral.
ModuleIII:
PeacekeepingoperationsunderUNO:AbriefanalysisCollectiveSecurity
measuresundertakenby
UNO:KoreanandIraqexperiences.DisarmamenteffortsunderUN:A
criticalanalysis
ModuleIV.EnforcementofHumanRights:Ananalysis
ModuleV.NewInternationalEconomicOrder:Challengesandprospects.
RevisionoftheUN
CharteranddemocratizationofSecurityCouncil.
BooksandReferences
1.CharlesW.Kegley,etc(ed):WorldPolitics:TrendsandTransformation,
St:MartinsPublication,
NewYork,2000.
2.DavidJ.Wittaker:TheTerrorism:AReader,Routledgs,London,2001.
3.HansJ.Margenthau:PoliticsamongNations:Struggleforpowerand
peace,Revisededition,Kalyanipublishers,NewDelhi,1989.
4.JohnAllphinMooreJr.:TheNewUnitedNations:International
organizationin&JerryPubantsthe21stcentury,PearsonEducation,New
Delhi,2008.
5.JohnBaylis,SteveSmith:TheGlobalizationofWorldPolitics:An
Introductionetc;(ed)4thedition,OxfordUniversityPress,NewYork,
2008.
6.MahendraKumar:TheoreticalAspectsofInternationalPolitics,Shiva
LalAgarwal&Company,NewDelhi.
7.PalmerandPerkins:InternationalRelations,AITBSPublishers,New
Delhi,2002.
8.SamuelHuntinghton:TheClashofcivilizationsandtheRemakingof
WorldOrder,PenguinBooks,
NewDelhi,2008.
9.SaxenaK.P:ReformingtheUnitedNations:TheChallengesand
Relevance,Sage,NewDelhi,2003.

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