|22 Nov 21||Political Theory and Western Political Thought||Western Political Thought, Theories of the state, Justice, Equality||1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “A History of Political Thought: Plato to Marx” by Subrata Mukherjee and Sushila Ramaswamy (Selective
|30 Nov 21||Political Theory and Western Political Thought||Rights, Democracy, Power, Political Ideologies, Indian Political Thought,||1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “Modern Indian Political Thought: Text and Context” by Bidyut Chakrabarty and Rajendra Kumar Pandey (Selective Reading)
|8 Dec 21||Indian Government and politics||Indian Nationalism, Making of the Indian Constitution, Salient Features of the Indian Constitution, Union & State Govt, Grassroots Democracy, Statutory Institution/Commissions, Federalism, Planning and Economic Development, Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics, Party System, Social Movements||
1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes.
2. “Introduction to the Constitution of India” by Dr Durga Das Basu.
|16 Dec 21||Comparative Politics and International Relations||Comparative Politics, State in comparative perspective, Politics of Representation and Participation, Globalisation, Approaches to the Study of International Relations, Key concepts in International Relations, Changing International Political Order, Evolution of the International Economic System, United Nations, Regionalisation of World Politics, Contemporary Global Concerns||1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. “The Globalization of
World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations” by John Baylis, Steve Smith
|24 Dec 21||India and the World||Indian Foreign Policy, India's Contribution to the Non-Alignment Movement, India and South Asia, India and the Global South, India and the Global Centres of Power, India and the UN System, India and the Nuclear Question, Recent developments in Indian Foreign policy||1. Shubhra Ranjan Notes
2. Does the Elephant Dance?: Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy- David M. Malone
3. The Hindu and Indian Express along with Selective issues of World Focus Magazine
|1 Jan 21||Comprehensive Paper 1||Political Theory and Indian Politics|
|1 Jan 21||Comprehensive Paper 2||Comparative Politics and International Relations|
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