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Syllabus of pol.science net exam of 2021

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    Detailed syllabus of political science for UGC NET JRF Political Theory Chapters 1 Concepts Liberty, Equality, Justice, Rights, Democracy, Power, Citizenship 2 Political Traditions Liberalism Conservatism Socialism Marxism Feminism Ecologism Multiculturalism Postmodernism Unit 2: Political Thought S. No Political Thought Chapters 1 Confucius, Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Hegel, Mary Wollstonecraft, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Frantz Fanon, Mao Zedong, John Rawls Unit 3: Indian Political Thought S. No Indian Political Thought Chapters 1 Dharamshastra, Kautilya, Aggannasutta, Barani, Kabir, Pandita Ramabai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Swami Vivekanand, Rabindranath Tagore, M.K Gandhi, Sri Aurobindo, Periyar E. V. Ramasamy, Muhammad Iqbal, M.N.Roy, V D Savarkar, Dr. B.R.Ambedkar, J L Nehru, Ram Manohar Lohia, Jaya Prakash Narayan, Deendayal Upadhyaya Unit 4: Comparative Political Analysis S. No Comparative Political Analysis Chapters 1 Approaches: Institutional, Political Culture, Political Economy and New Institutionalism; Comparative Methods 2 Colonialism and decolonization: forms of colonialism, anti-colonial struggles and decolonization 3 Nationalism: European and Non-European 4 State theory: debate over the nature of state in capitalist and socialist societies; post-colonial state; welfare state; globalization and nations-states 5 Political regimes: democratic (Electoral, Liberal, Majoritarian and Participatory) and non-democratic regimes (Patrimonialism, Bureaucratic authoritarianism, Military dictatorship, Totalitarianism, and fascist). 6 Constitutions and Constitutionalism: forms of constitutions, rule of law, judicial independence and liberal constitutionalism; emergency powers and crisis of constitutionalism 7 Democratisation: democratic transition and consolidation 8 Development: Underdevelopment, Dependency, Modernization, World Systems Theory, development and democracy. 9 Structures of Power: ruling class, power elites, democratic elitism 10 Actor and Processes: Electoral Systems, Political Parties and Party System, Interest groups, Social movements, new social movements, Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and civil society campaigns; Revolutions Unit 5: International Relations S. No International Relations Chapters 1 Approaches to the study of International relations: Idealism, Realism, Structural Marxism, Neoliberalism, Neorealism, Social Constructivism, Critical International Theory, Feminism, Postmodernism 2 Concepts: State, state system and non-state actors, Power, Sovereignty, Security: traditional and non- traditional 3 Conflict and Peace: Changing Nature of Warfare; Weapons of mass destruction; deterrence; conflict resolution, conflict transformation 4 United Nations: Aims, Objectives, Structure and Evaluation of the Working of UN; Peace and Development perspectives; Humanitarian intervention. International law; International Criminal Court 5 Political Economy of IR; Globalisation; Global governance and Bretton Woods system, North-South Dialogue, WTO, G-20, BRICS. 6 Regional Organisations: European Union, African Union, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, ASEAN 7 Contemporary Challenges: International terrorism, Climate change and Environmental Concerns, Human Rights, Migration and Refugees; Poverty and Development; Role of Religion, Culture and Identity Politiy Unit 6: India’s Foreign Policy S. No India’s Foreign Policy Chapters 1 Perspectives on India’s Foreign Policy: India’s Identity as postcolonial, development, rising power and as emerging political economy 2 Continuity and change in India’s Foreign Policy: Principles and determinants; Non-Alignment movement: historical background and relevance of Non Aligned Movement; India’s Nuclear Policy 3 India’s relations with major powers: USA, USSR/Russia, People’s Republic of China 4 India’s Engagement with multipolar world: India’s relations with European Union, BRICS, ASEAN, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, African Union, Southern African Development Community, Gulf Cooperation Council 5 India’s relations with neighbourhood: SAARC, Gujaral doctrine, Look East/Act East, Look West 6 India’s Negotiation Strategies in International Regimes: The United Nations, World Trade Organisation, International Monetary Fund, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 7 Contemporary challenges: maritime security, energy security, environmental security, migrants and refugees, water resources, international terrorism, cyber security Unit 7: Political Institutions in India S. No Political Institutions in India Chapters 1 Making of the Indian Constitution: Colonialism heritage and the contribution Indian National Movement to the making of the Indian Constitution 2 Constituent Assembly: Composition, Ideological Moorings, Constitutional Debates 3 Philosophy of the Constitution: Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles 4 Constitutionalism in India: Democracy, Social Change, National Unity, Checks and Balances, Basic Structure Debate, Constitutional Amendments 5 Union Executive: President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers 6 Union Parliament: Structure, Role and Functioning, Parliamentary Committees 7 Judiciary: Supreme Court, High Court, Judicial Review, Judicial Activism, Judicial Reform 8 Executive and Legislature in the States: Governor, Chief Minister, State Legislature 9 Federalism in India: Strong Centre Framework, Asymmetrical Federal Provisions and Adaption, Role of Intergovernmental Coordination Mechanisms, Inter-State Council, Emerging Trends. 10 Electoral Process and Election Commission of India: Conduct of Elections, Rules, Electoral Reforms 11 Local Government Institutions: Functioning and reforms 12 Constitutional and Statutory Bodies: Comptroller and Auditor General, National Commission for Scheduled Castes, National Commission for Scheduled Tribes, National Commission for Human Rights, National Commission for Women, National Commission for Minorities' Unit 8: Political Processes in India S. No Political Processes in India Chapters 1 State, Economy and Development: Nature of Indian State, Development Planning model, New Economic Policy, Growth and Human Development 2 Process of globalisation: social and economic implications 3 Identity Politics: Religion, Tribe, Caste, Region, Language 4 Social Movements: Dalit, Tribal, Women, Farmers, labour 5 Civil Society Groups: Non-Party Social Formations, Non-Governmental Organisations, Social Action Groups 6 Regionalisation of Indian Politics: Reorganisation of Indian States, States as Political and Economic Units, Sub-State Regions, Regional disparities, Demand for New States 7 Gender and Politics in India: Issues of Equality and Representation 8 Ideology and Social basis of Political Parties: National Parties, State Parties 9 Electoral Politics: Participation, Contestation, Representation, Emerging trends Unit 9: Public Administration S. No Public Administration Chapters 1 Public Administration: meaning and evolution; public and private administration Approaches: System Theory, Decision Making, Ecological Approach; 2 Public administration theories and concepts: Scientific Management Theory, Rational Choice theory, New Public Administration, Development Administration, Comparative Public Administration, New Public Management, changing nature of Public Administration in the era of liberalisation and Globalisation 3 Theories and Principles of Organization: Scientific Management Theory, Bureaucratic Theory, Human Relations Theory 4 Managing the organization: Theories of leadership and motivation 5 Organisational Communication: Theories and Principles, Chester Bernard Principles of Communication, Information Management in the organization 6 Managing Conflict in the Organization: Mary Parker Follett 7 Management by Objectives- Peter Drucker Unit 10: Governance and Public Policy in India S. No Governance and Public Policy in India Chapters 1 Governance, good governance and democratic governance, role of state, civil society and individuals. 2 Accountability and control: Institutional mechanism for checks and balances, legislative control over executive, administrative and budgetary control, control through parliamentary committees, judicial control over legislature and executive, administrative culture, corruption and administrative reforms 3 Institutional mechanisms for good governance: Right to Information, Consumer Protection Act, Citizen Charter; Grievance redress system: Ombudsman, Lokpal, Lokayukta 4 Grassroots Governance: Panchayati Raj Institutions and their functioning 5 Planning and Development: Decentralised planning, planning for development, sustainable development, participatory development, e-governance; NITI Aayog 6 Public policy as an instrument of socio-economic development: public policies with special reference to housing, health, drinking water, food security, MNREGA, NHRM, RTE 7 Monitoring and evaluation of public policy; mechanisms of making governance process accountable: jansunwai, social audit please focus on UNIT 1,2,3,4,5,7,,9 lot of questions comes from that Area study well !!! All the best for your Exam ,you can do it 😀

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