Heramba Chandra College, Kolkata. A Unit of Brahmo Samaj Education Society.
Offering education at UG and PG levels Since 1946.
Notice Board
 
Political Science

Honours

Part - I
  • Paper - I
    • Political Theory
      • Unit - I
        • What is Politics - Approaches to the study of Politics.
        • Theories of the State.
        • Concept of State Sovereignty.
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      • Unit - II
        • Democratic theories - David held's Classification.
        • Liberty, Equality, Rights, Law, Justice.
        • Empirical Plotical Theories.
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      • Unit - III
        • Marxist approach to the study of Politics.
        • Dialectical Materialism, Historical Materialism, Concept of Class and Class Struggle.
        • Marxist Theory of the State.
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      • Unit - IV
        • Marxist Concept of Freedom and Democracy.
        • Marxist Theory of Revolution.
        • Marxist Theory of the Party.
  • Paper - II
    • Comparative Politics and Government
      • Unit - I
        • Comparative Politics and Comparative Government.
        • Scope, purpose and method of comparison.
        • Federalism in U.S.A. and Russia.
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      • Unit - II
        • Nature of Liberal and Socialist Political System.
        • Party system in U.K., U.S.A. and P.R.C. - Interest groups in U.K. and U.S.A.
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      • Unit - III
        • Legislature in U.K., U.S.A. and P.R.C.
        • Executive in U.K., U.S.A., France and Russia.
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      • Unit - IV
        • Relation between Executive and Legislature in U.K., U.S.A. and P.R.C.
        • Judiciary in U.K., U.S.A. and P.R.C.
        • Rights of the citizens of U.K., U.S.A. and P.R.C. - Duties of the citizens of P.R.C.
Part - II
  • Paper - III
    • Government and Politics in India
      • Unit - I
        • Farming of the Indian Constitution.
        • Fundamental Rights and Duties - Directive Principles.
        • Nature of Indian Federalism - Union - State Relations.
        • Union Executive - President, Vice-President, Prime Minister.
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      • Unit - II
        • Union Legislature.
        • Government in the states - Governer, Chief Minister, State Legislature.
        • The Judiciary - Supreme Court - High Court.
        • Constitutional Amendment.
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      • Unit - III
        • Party system : Features and trends.
        • Electoral Process.
        • Role of business, working class, peasants in Indian Politics.
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      • Unit - IV
        • Role of religion, language, cast, tribe and regionalism in India politics.
        • New Social Movements since the 1970s.
  • Paper - IV
    • International Relations
      • Unit - I
        • International Relations : Its evolution.
        • Some representative theories of International Relations.
        • Emergent issues in International relations.
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      • Unit - II
        • Some basic concepts in International Relations.
        • Foreign policy : Concept and Technique
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      • Unit - III
        • Cold war and its evolution : an outline.
        • Europe in transition.
        • Problems of developing countries.
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      • Unit - IV
        • Indian Foreign Policy : Basic Principle and Evolution.
        • Foreign politics of U.S.A and China.
        • U.N.O.
Part - III
Paper - V  :   Western Political Thought
Paper - VI  :   Indian Political Thought and Movement
Paper - VII  :   Political Sociology
Paper - VIII  :   Public Administration