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Here I am looking for BA Syllabus for Political Science Subject of Punjab University, can you please provide me the same???

As you want to get Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University BA Arts 3rd year political Science Syllabus so here I am giving you same:

Unit I
Meaning, nature and scope of Public Administration; Relation of Public Administration to other Social Sciences; Public and Private Administration; The role of Public Administration in the Modern State; Responsive Administration.
Unit II
Bases of Organization Primacy of the Functional base; Principles of Organization; Hierarchy; Span of Control; Delegation of Authority; Centralization and Decentralization; Control over Administration: Legislative, Executive and Judicial.
Unit III
The Chief Executive; Line, Staff and Auxiliary Agencies ; The Department; Public Corporations; Independent Regulatory Commissions; Field services / agencies; Bureaucracy.
Unit IV
Personnel Administration: Recruitment, Training and Promotion; Position Classification; Public Relations; Financial administration; budget, audit.

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As you are looking for the BA Syllabus for Political Science Subject of Punjab University, so here I am sharing the same with you

BA Syllabus for Political Science Subject

Paper – A: Principles of Political Science
Paper – B: Government and Politics U,K, USA, USSR and Pakistan

PAPER – A: PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

1.Political Science:
Definition, Scope and utility of Political Science and approaches to the study of Political Science.

2.The State:
Definition and elements, State and government, State and Society, State and Association

3.Sovereignity:
Definition, Characteristics, Kinds of Sovereignty – Monism versus Pluralism, Islamic Concept of Society

4.Liberty:
(a) Nature, Kinds and Safeguards of Liberty, Liberty and equality, Liberty and law
(b)Definition, Meanings and kings of rights, Fundamental Human Rights in Islam Rights of Non-Muslims in an Islamic State.

5.Law:

Definition, Meanings, Kinds, Source of Law-Law and Morality-Islamic Concept of Law, Sources of Law in Islam, Importance of Ijtehad

6.Organization of Modern State
(a) (1)Democracy: Nature, Attributes and Reconditions. (2) Islamic Concept of Democracy. (3) Dictatorship: Kinds and Features
(b) Unitary and federal system (c) Parliamentary and presidential systems

7. Structure of Government:
Executive, Legislation, and judiciary

8.Political Participation:
Elections and electorate: (a) Adult restricted suffrage Methods of voting-Direct Legislation (Refrendum, initiative, plebiscite and Recall, Qualification of Voters and candidates in an Islamic Policy. Role of an elected representative.
(i)in a modern secular state (ii)in an Islamic state.
(b)Free Elections and its pre-requisites. Direct and Indirect elections – electoral, Districts – representation of minorities – proportional Representation – Functional representation

9.Political Dynamics:
(a)Political Parties: Types, function and role
(b)Interest groups: Types, Role in a modern policy, methods of political action
(c) Public opinion Definition – Development of concept – public opinion polls, Methods of measurement.

10. Theories regarding the nature and purpose of state
Idealist View – utilitarian view – Socialism, Communism, Fascism Welfare concept of state, Western and Islamics

PAPER – B: GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS U.K, U.SA, USSR AND PAKISTAN

Part – I

1.United Kingdom

(a) Nature and evolution of English Constitution, its sources and salient features
(b) Structure of the government
(i)Kingship: its role and reasons for its survival (ii)Cabinet: Features and role, Cabinet Ministry and Privy Council (iii)Parliament: Composition and powers, procedure of law making, supremacy of the parliament (iv) Judiciary: Organization and jurisdiction, rule of law
(c)Civil Service: Local Self Government – Political Parties.

2.United States:

(a)Constitution: growth, nature and salient features. (b)Federal System: Division of powers in theory and practice. (c)Presidency: Theory and practice (d) Congress: Composition, Powers, Procedure of Law making, Role of Committees in the congress. (f) Separation of Powers (g) Political Parties.

3. U.S.S.R
(a)Ideological Basis of the Soviet System (b)Constitutional Development: Main features of the present constitution (c) Government Structure: Supreme Soviet: Council of Ministers: Presidium Law and the Courts (d) The Communist Party

Part – II


1.Islamic Republic of Pakistan:
(a) Ideological Basis of Pakistan
(b) Constitutional Development since 1947
(c) A detailed study of government system under 1973 constitution

Note: It is hereby notified that U.S.S.R Constitutions in B.A Political Science (Paper B) syllabi and Course of Reading has being replaced by Switzerland and constitution with effect from Annual Examination of 1994 onwards.

Switzerland:
History of the development of the constitution. (b) Major features of the Constitution (c)The Federal Executive (d)The Federal legislature (e)The cantons in the Swiss Political System. (f) Direct Democracy
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Can you provide me the syllabus of BA (Honours) Political Science Program offered by Berhampur University as I need it for preparation of the exam?
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The syllabus of BA (Honours) Political Science Program offered by Berhampur University is as follows:


BA (HONOURS) POLITICAL SCIENCE

(A)14 CORE PAPERS

SEMESTER I


CORE 1

Understanding Political Theory

SECTION-A: Introducing Political Theory

UNIT-I : 1. What is Politics: Theorizing the Political 2. Traditions of Political Theory:
Liberal, Marxist, Anarchist and Conservative

UNIT-II: 3. Approaches to Political Theory: Normative, Historical and Empirical 4.
Critical and Contemporary Perspectives in Political Theory: Feminist and Postmodern

SECTION-B: Political Theory and Practice: The Grammar of Democracy

UNIT-III: 1. Democracy: The history of an idea 2. Procedural Democracy and its critique

UNIT-IV: 3. Deliberative Democracy 4. Participation and Representation

READING LIST
Bhargava, R. (2008) What is Political Theory, in Bhargava, R and Acharya, A. (eds.)
PoliticalTheory: An Introduction.New Delhi: Pearson Longman, pp. 2-16.
Chapman, J. (1995) The Feminist Perspective, in Marsh, D. and Stoker, G. (eds.) Theory
andMethods in Political Science. London: Macmillan, pp. 94-114.
Bannett, J. (2004) Postmodern Approach to Political Theory, in Kukathas, Ch. and Gaus, G.
F. (eds.) Handbook of Political Theory. New Delhi: Sage, pp. 46-54.
Vincent, A. (2004) The Nature of Political Theory. New York: Oxford University Press,
2004, pp. 19-80.
Owen, D. (2003) Democracy, in Bellamy, R. and Mason, A. (eds.) Political Concepts.
Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, pp. 105-117.
Christiano, Th. (2008) Democracy, in Mckinnon, C. (ed.) Issues in Political Theory, New
York: Oxford University Press, pp. 80-96.
Arblaster, A. (1994) Democracy. (2nd Edition). Buckingham: Open University Press.
Baral, J.K. et al.(2015), Political Theory: Concepts, issues and ideologies, Cuttack:
Vidyapuri.
Bhuyan, Dasarathy(2016), Understanding Political Theory, Cuttack: Kitab Mahal.


Syllabus BA (Honours) Political Science Berhampur University




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