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Old May 25th, 2013, 05:27 PM
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address of SMJ Junior College as
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SMJ Junior College,
Nasik
Maharashtra India,

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Old February 14th, 2015, 02:43 PM
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St. Mary's Junior College was established in 1982.

Departments:
Mathematics
Economics
Commerce
Political Sciences
Life Sciences
Physical Sciences

Courses:
Intermediate

Courses Offered:
CEC, MEC, BPC and MPC

Eligibility:
Pass in 10th class or equivalent recognized by the BIE, A.P.

Required documents;
Statement of Marks/Pass Certificate of the qualifying examination.
Bonafide/Study/Conduct Certificate.
Migration Certificate (required for candidates other than Intermediate of A.P, CBSE, and ISCE).
5 copies of recent passport size colour photos.

Sports:
Cricket
Football
Basketball

Course catalog
CEC I - CIVICS PAPER I

CEC I - CIVICS PAPER I

UNIT-1. Introduction 10 Periods
a. Meaning - Definition-Scope & importance of Political Science.
b. Relation with other social sciences- a) History b) Economics c) Sociology and d) Ethics

UNIT - 2 : State 8 Periods
a) Meaning and definition - Essential Elements of State
(a) Population (b) Territory (c) Government (d) Sovereignity (e) Role of the state
(b) State & Society
(c) State & Association
(d) State & Government
(e) Nation & State : (i) Nationality (ii) Nationality and (iii) Nationalism

UNIT 3. Political Concepts 17 Periods
(a) POWER: Elements of Power - Significance
(b) Sovereignity : Meaning - Definition, kinds and characterisitcs of sovereignity
(i) Austin's Theory of Sovereignity (Monistic)
(ii) Laski's Pluralistic view of Sovereignity
(c) LAW
(i) Meaning Definition - Characteristics
(ii) Sources of Law
(iii) Kinds of Law
(iv) Law and Morality
(d) LIBERTY
(i) Meaning and Definition
(ii)Tyoes of Libetry
(iii) Safeguards of Liberty
(iv) Law and Liberty
(e) Equality
(i) Meaning
(ii) Types & Equality
(iii) Equality & Liberty
(f) JUSTICE
(i) Meaning of Justice
(ii) Kinds of Justice - Legal, Political, Social and Moral

UNIT-IV : Major Political Theories 20 Periods
(a) Utilitarianism - Bentham's Ideas
(b) Libralism - Basic Principles - J.S. MIll's ideas on Individualism
(c) Socialism - Basic Principles - Types of Socialism - Recent Trends
(d) Marxism - Basic Principles - Recent trends and critical analysis
(e) Fascism - Basic Principles
(f) Gandhism - Basic Principles

UNIT-5 Spheres of State Activity
(a) Political State
(b) Welfare State
(c) Limitations of the State Activity
(d) Civil Society

UNIT-6: Rights and Duties
(a) Meaning and Kinds of Rights - Natural Rights, Moral Rights, Legal RIghts, Civil & Political Rights
(b) Human Rights
(c) Meaning and Kinds of Duties - Moral Legal and Political Duties
(d) Relation between Rights and Duties

UNIT 7 : Democracy
(a) Meaning, Definition, Requisites, Merit and Demerits of Democracy
(b) Types of Democracy:
(i) Direct Democracy, its devices- Refrendum, Initiative, Plebiscite and Recall
(ii) Indirect / Representative Democracy
(c) Future of Democracy

UNIT ( : Constitution And Government
(A) Constitution
(a) Meaning and Definition
(b) Classification - (i) Written and Unwritten Constitution
(ii) Rigid and Flexible COnstitutions - Merits and Demerits
(B) Government
(a) Unitary form of Government - Meaning and Characteristics - Merits and Demerits
(b) Federal form of Government - Meaning and Characteristics - Merits and Demerits
(c) Parliamentary form of government - Meaning and Characteristics - Merits and Demerits
(d) Presidential form of Government - meaning and Characteristics - Merits and Demerits


UNIT 10 : Organs of Government
(A) Legislature
(i) Types of Legislature - Unicameral and Bicameral
(ii) Functions
(B) Executive
Types of Executive - Nominal and Real, Singular and Plural
(C) Judiciary
(i) Functions and Importance
(ii) Rule of Law
(iii) Independence of the Judiciary
(iv) Judicial Review



Contact:
St Marys Junior College
5-9-43, New MLA Quarters Lane Basheerbagh, Himayat Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500029 ‎
040 2322 0809 ‎

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