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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Cosmos Bookhive Pvt. Ltd.
    • Genre: Education
    • ISBN: 9788177290141, 8177290142
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    • *SECTION 1: POLITICAL THEORY AND THOUGHT*

      1.         Ancient Indian Political Thought: Kautilya and Shanti Parva


      2.         Greek Political Thought: Plato and Aristotle

      3.         European Political Thought: Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke

      and Rousseau

      4.         European Political Thought-II: Bentham, J.S. Mill, Hegel,

      Marx and T.H. Green

      5.         Contemporary Political Thought: Lenin, Mao Tse Tung,

      6.         Antonic Gramsci and Communitarians

      7.         Modern Indian Political Thought: Mahatma Gandhi,

      8.         M.N. Roy, Aurobindo Ghose, Jai Prakash Narayan,

      B.R. Ambedkar and Savarkar

      7.  Concepts and IssueT: Medieval Political Thought Church

      State Relationship and Theory of Two Swords

      8.  Concepts and Issues: Behaviouralism, Post-Behaviouralism,

      Decline and Resurgence of Political Theory

      9.  Democracy, Liberty and Equality

      *SECTION 2: COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND POLITICAL ANALYSIS*

      10.         Comparative Politics and Political Analysis Evolution,

      Nature, Scope and Approaches to Study

      11.         Constitutionalism: Concepts Problems and Limitations

      12.         Forms of Government: Unitary and Federal; Parliamentarry and
      Presidential

      13.         Organs of Government: Legislature

      14.         Organs of Government: The Executive

      15.         Organs of Government: Judiciary

      16.  Party System and Pressure Groups

      17. Electoral Systems

      18. Political Development and Political Modernisation

      19. Political Culture Political Socialisation and Political

      Communication

      20   Political Elite and Elitist Theory of Democracy Political Elite

      21.  Power Authority and Legitimacy

      22.  Revolution-Theories and Types

      23.  Dependency: Development and Under Development


      *SECTION 3: MODERN INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS*

      24.         National Movement and Constitutional Development

      25.         Making of the Indian Constitution and Its Ideological
      Basis

      26.         Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive

      Principles of State Policy

      27. Constitution as Instrument of Socio-Economic Change

      Constitutional Amendments and Review

      28.  Structure and Process-I; President, Prime Minister and

      Council of Ministers

      29.  Working of Parliamentary Government

      30. Structure and Process-II; Governor, Chief Minister,

      Council of Ministers, State Legislature

      31.  Panchayati Raj Institutions: Rural and Urban and Their
      Working

      32.  Federalism: Theory and Practice in India Demands of    Autonomy and
      Separatist Movements Emerging Trends

      in Centre-State Relations

      33.  Judiciary: Supreme Court, High Courts, Judicial Review

      Judicial Activism (Including Public Interest Litigation); Judicial Reforms

      34.         Political Parties, Pressure Groups, Public Opinion and Media

      35.         Peasant Movements

      36.         Elections, Electoral Behavior, Election Commission
      and

             Electoral Reforms


      *SECTION 4: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION*

      37.         Development of Public Administration as a Discipline:

             Approaches to the Study of Public Administration

      38. Theories of Organisation

      39. Principles of Organisation: Line and Staff, Unity of

      Command, Hierarchy, Span of Control, Centralisation

      and Decentralisation

      40.  Chief Executive: Types, Functions and Roles

      41.  Personnel Administration: Recruitment, Training,

      Promotion, Discipline, Morale, Employee-Employer Relations

      42.     Bureaucracy: Theories, Types and Roles Max Weber and

             His Critics Civil Servant-Minister Relationship

      43.     Leadership, Its Role in Decision Making; and
      Communication

      44.     Financial Administration: Budget, Audit, Control Over
      Finance

             with Special Reference to India and U.K.

      45.     Good Governance: Problems of Administrative Corruption,

             Transparency and Accountability, Right to Information

      46.     Grievance Redressal Institutions: Ombudsman, Lokpal

             and Lokayukta


      *SECTION 5: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS*

      47.  Theories and Approaches to the Study of International

             Relations:-Idealist, Realist, Systems, Game, Communication

      and Decision-Making

      48.     Power, Interest and Ideology in International Relations

      49.     Arms and Wars: Nature, Causes and Types of War Conflicts Including
      Ethnic Disputes Etc; Arms Race, Arms Control

      and Disarmament

      50.     Peaceful Settlement of Disputes, Conflict Resolution, Diplomacy,

             World Order and Peace Studies

      51.     Cold War, Alliances, Non-Alignment, End of Cold War

             and Globalization

      52.     Rights and Duties of States in International Law:
      Intervention,

             Treaty Law, Prevention and Abolition of War

      53.     Political Economy of International Relations: New
      International

             Economic Order, North-South Dialogue South-South

      Cooperation, WTO, Neo-Colonialism and Dependency

      54.     Regional and Sub-Regional Organisations: Saarc,

             Asean, Opec, Oas

      55.     United Nations: Aims, Objectives, Structure and Evaluation of the
      Working of UN: Peace and Development Perspectives Charter Revision; Power
      Struggle and Diplomacy Within UN, Financing and Peace-Keeping Operations

      56.  India's Role in International Affairs: India's Relations with its
      Neighbours, War Security Concerns and Pacts, Mediatory

      Role: Features of Indian Foreign Policy and Diplomacy


      *UNIT I: POLITICAL THEORY*

      1.       Nature of Political Theory: Decline and Its Main Concerns;


              Resurgence since 1970's

      2.     Liberalism

      3.     Marxism

      4     Individual and Social Justice

      5     Role of Ideology

      6     Theories of Change: Lenin

      7     Mao Tse Tung

      8     Gandhi

      *UNIT II: POLITICAL THOUGHT*

      9.   Plato

      10.     Aristotle

      11.     Machiavelli

      12.     Hobbes

      13.     Locke

      14.     Rousseau

      15.     J.S. Mill

      16.     Karl Marx

      17.     M.N.Roy

      18.     Aurobindo Ghost


      *UNIT III: COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND POLITICAL ANALYSIS*

      19.     Approaches to the study of Comparative Politics

      20.     Constitutionalism in Theory and Practice

      21.     Legislature

      22.     Executive

      23.     Judiciary

      24.     Party System and Role of Opposition

      25.     Electoral Process

      26.     Separation of Powers

      27.     Rule  of Law

      28.     Judicial Review


      *UNIT IV: POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT*

      29.     Political Modernisation

      30.     Political Socialisation

      31.     Power and Authority

      32  Political Elite


      *UNIT V: INDIAN CONSTITUTION*

      33.         Making of the Indian Constitution

      34.         Fundamental Rights and Duties and Directive Principles

      35.         The Union Executive

      36.         The Parliament

      37.         The Supreme Court-Judicial Activism

      38.   Indian Federalism: Theory Practice and Problem


      *UNIT VI: DYNAMICS OF STATE POLITICS*

      39.         Local Government-Rural and Urban

      40.   Political Parties and Pressure Groups

      41.         Public Opinion

      42.         Elections and Electoral Reforms

      43.         Class and Caste

      44.         Gender Justice

      45.         Dalit Movement

      46.         Regional Issues

      47.         Problem of Nation Building and Integration         404


      *UNIT VII: GROWTH OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS A DISCPLINE*

      48.         Growth of Public Administration as a discipline

      49.         New Public Administration

      50.         Theories of Organisation

      51.         Principles of Organisation            .

      52.         The Chief Executive

      53.         Control over Administration-Judicial and Legislative

      54.         Bureaucracy


      *UNIT VII*

      55.         Development Planning and Administration in India

      56.         Bureaucracy and Challenges of Development

      57.         Administrative Culture

      58.         Administrative Corruption

      59.         Administrative Reforms--Panchayati Raj (See Unit VIII Chapter
      40)

      60.         Impact of Liberalization on Public Administration


      *UNIT VIII: THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS*

      61.         Theories of International Relations

      62.         Ideology

      63.         Power

      64.         National Interest

      65.         Conflict and Conflict Resolution

      66.         Changing Concept of National Security

      67.         Challenges to the Nation State System

      68.         Arms and Arms Control


      *UNIT IX: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS*

      69.         End of Cold War

      70.   Globalisation and Political Economy

      71.   Determinants and Compulsions of Indian Foreign Policy

      72.         India's Nuclear Policy

      73.         India's Relations with Neighbours

      India and Pakistan

      India and China

      India and Bangladesh

      India and Sri Lanka

      India and Nepal

      India and Bhutan

      India and Myanmar (Burma)

      74.         India's Relations with U.S.A.

      75.         India's Role in the United Nations

      76.         India and Regional Organisations-India and SAARC


      77.         India and ASEAN

      78.         Indian Ocean

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