•To define political concepts and theories to develop ideological orientation towards the discipline.
•To explain, elaborate and evaluate political thought of western philosophers.
•To acquaint   the students with the issues and dynamics of Indian politics.
•To assess the importance of public administration and evaluate its relationship with people.
•To illustrate the issues and theories of international relations in order to orient the students towards occurrences and changes taking place in  the international sphere.
•To introduce the students with the diverse political systems of the world to make comparative study of the diverse processes.
•To build-up proper political perspectives to define, explain and analyse the diverse socio-political issues of the north-east India with specific reference to Assam.
•To elaborate and estimate the main traditions of Indian political thinking to political   thought.
•To examine the evolution, development and trends of India’s foreign policy. 
•To explain the basics of international law and analyse the various developments of the realm of international law.
•To create proper understanding of rural development and construct ideas and policies for developing the rural people and areas.
•To outline the various issues related with Indian foreign policy and estimate the effectiveness of Indian foreign policy.
•To understand the meaning and value of human rights so that these can be applied to create an egalitarian society. 

COURSE OUTCOME


PSCM 101: Western Political Thought
•To explain  and analyse the political thought of western philosophers.
•To classify  western political thought of ancient,  medieval and modern periods. 
•To distinguish secular, contractual list and enlightenment political thought.
•To assess and appraise  various arguments and ideas of western political thinkers.
•To formulate new theoretical orientation on the basis of western political thought.

PSCM 201: Indian Government And Politics
•To   understand the background of Indian constitution and features of Indian constitution.
•To explain and appraise the meaning and value of the preamble, to examine and evaluate the key contents of the constitution.
•To interpret and elaborate centre-state relations in India, to estimate regionalism and secularism in India.
•To study the structure of Indian government.
•To assess and criticise the role of political parties and electoral process of India.


PSCM 301: Public Administration
•To define the meaning and importance of public administration.
•To explain about Organisation and to classify the types of Organizations.
•To impart on personnel administration and explain about the process of recruitment, promotion, moral, training and structure and functions of UPSC.
•To make a survey on financial administration and list financial committees.
•To ascertain the value and importance of people’s participation in administration.


PSCM 302 : International Relations
•To define the meaning , scope and importance of international relations.
•To understand the concepts and theories of international relations.
•To estimate and evaluate the history of international relations.
•To acquaint with the key concepts of international relations like national power, national security, human security etc.
•To examine the functioning and relevancy of international organizations.

PSCM 401: Comparative Politics
•To compare and assess the four different political systems of the world (viz., UK, USA, China and Switzerland)
•To classify the nature and functions of the different political systems.
•To make comparative study of the respective executives of the countries
•To make comparative study of the respective legislatures of the countries.
•To make comparative study of the respective judiciaries of the countries, political parties and pressure groups.


PSCM402: Politics Of North-East India With Special Reference To Assam
•To show the emergence of north-east India as a region, to study geo-political features , heterogeneous character and colonial legacy of the region.
•To examine the politics of autonomy  and evaluate regionalism and sub-regionalism.
•To analyse, criticize and evaluate politics of ethnicity in Assam including language movement ,insurgency and secessionist movement.
•To  find the status of electoral politics in N.E. India and examine the emergence and role of Assamese middle class, political parties and pressure groups.
•To discuss and justify border dispute in N.E India and examine inter-state conflicts.
                   
PSCM501:  Indian Political Theory
•To explain the origin and evolution of political science as a discipline.
•To discuss and  examine the theories relating to the origin of the state.
•To illustrate the concepts of liberty, equality, sovereignty, power and authority.
•To list and perceive the different types and variants of democracy.
•To elaborate the issues of welfare state , globalization and Gandhism.

PSCM502: Indian Political Thought
•To acquaint the students with ancient Indian political thinking.
•To examine and evaluate religious political thought of V.D Savarkar and Muhammad Iqbal.
•To explain liberal political thinking of M.K Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.
•To develop critical as well as constructive thinking about depressed class movement.
•To categories socialist thinking and to build capacity to distinguish different trends of political thinking.

PSCM503: Indian Foreign Policy
•To understand the origin, evolution, development and trends of Indian foreign policy.
•To show the relationship between India and the outside world with special reference to indo-U.S relations.
•To critically examine India’s policy towards its neighbors.
•To label and appraise the functions of multi-lateral institutions viz.,U.N peace keeping missions, India And SAARC etc.
•To measure and justify India’s approach to major global issues.

PSCM504: International Law
•To outline general principles of international law, nature and development of international law.
•To evaluate the position of state and other related issues with state as an element of international law.
•To critically discuss the laws of different types of war.
•To list and evaluate issues relating to international humanitarian law, refugee law and air and space law.
•To perceive  and explain international economic and environmental law in order to help the students to formulate new ideas in this regard.

PSCM601: Human Rights
•To describe the meaning ,nature and development of human rights
•To explain the different approaches and perspectives of human rights
•To asses and validate the role of U.N in promoting human rights, the importance of various conventions.
•To infer knowledge on  the constitutional and legal framework for human rights in India as well as in the world.
•To discuss  about the rights of children, women, indigenous people ,refugees and IDPE.
 
PSCM602: Introduction To Women’s Studies
•Explain the meaning of women studies and show the nature, scope and development of women’s studies.
•To analyse the liberal , Marxist ,radical and third world.
•To understand and examine the concepts like. Patriarchy, gender, socialization.
•To list and evaluate women’s movement (western and Indian) and examine the present status of women’s movement.
•To make a feminist analysis of socio-cultural and institutional basis of women’s oppression.
                       
PSCM603: Administration Of Rural Development In India
•Understanding the meaning, nature, scope of rural development and illustrate the background of rural development in India.
•To discuss and evaluate the administrative set up of the rural development.
•To estimate the role and functions of the Panchayati Raj institutions
•To make an analysis of rural development programmes and to create and participatory approach for rural developmental programmes.
•To show the problems of rural development like poverty, illiteracy, unemployment etc and to discuss the scope of traditional and modern courses of rural development.

PSCM604: Indian Administration
•To discuss about the cultural ,social ,political, economics and constitutional environment of Indian administration.
•To analyse the power and functions of the union executive.
•To identify the role of state administration and evaluate the role of various agencies.
•To explain the role and power of district and divisional administration.
•To classify public services and discuss the role and functions of UPSC and SPSC.
CORE
PSCG101:  Indian Political Theory
•To explain the origin and evolution of political science as a discipline.
•To discuss and examine the theories relating to the origin of the state.
•To illustrate the concepts of liberty, equality, sovereignty, power and authority.
•To list and perceive the different types and variants of democracy.
•To elaborate the issues of welfare state , globalization and Gandhism

PSCG 201:Indian Government And Politics.
•To   understand about the background of Indian constitution and features of Indian constitution
•To explain and appraise the meaning and value of the preamble, to  examine and evaluate the  key contents of the constitution
•To interpret and elaborate center-state relations in India, to estimate regionalism and secularism in India
•To study the structure of government
•To assess and criticize the role of political parties and electoral process.

PSCG 301:Public Administration
•To define the meaning and importance of public administration.
•To explain about Organization and to classify the types of different Organisations.
•To impart on personal administration and explain about the process of recruitment,  promotion, moral, training and structure and functions of UPSC.
•To make a survey on financial administration and list financial committees
•To ascertain the value and importance of people’s participation in administration.


PSCG 401:International Relations
•To define the meaning, scope and importance of international relations.
•To understand the concepts and theories of international relations.
•To estimate and evaluate the history of international relations.
•To acquaint with the key concepts of international relations like national power, national security ,human security etc.
•To examine the functioning and relevancy of international organizations.

PSCG 501: Administration Of Rural Development In India
•Understanding the meaning, nature, scope of rural development and illustrate the background of rural development in India.
•To discuss and evaluate the administrative set up of the rural development.
•To estimate the role and functions of the Panchayati Raj institutions
•To make an analysis of rural development programmes and to create and participatory approach for rural developmental programmes.
•To show the problems of rural development like poverty, illiteracy, unemployment etc and to discuss the scope of traditional and modern courses of rural development.

PSCG 601: Human Rights
•To describe the meaning ,nature and development of human rights
•To explain the different approaches and perspectives of human rights
•To asses and validate the role of U.N in promoting human rights, the importance of various conventions.
•To infer knowledge on  the constitutional and legal framework for human rights in India as well as in the world.
•To discuss  about the rights of children, women, indigenous  people, refugees and IDPE.
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