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B.A. History of International Relations

B.A. History of International Relations

B.A. History of International Relations

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B.A. History of International Relations
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3 Years. Pass in 10+2 in any stream with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. On basis of Personal Interview Rs. 90,000 per year
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B.A History of International

The B.A History of International in Jaipur Relations programme is aimed at students who wish to complement the in-depth understanding of the complex unfolding of historical events with a theoretical perspective on how international society is organized.

Job Prospects

B.A History of International

  • Politics
  • Journalism
  • Media and publishing
  • Public relations
  • Public administration
  • Foreign service
  • Consulting
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Diplomat

Program Structure

B.A History of International

Semester 1

  • International Relations Theory
  • History of International Relations
  • Comparative Politics
  • History of Europe (1453 to 1815 A.D)
  • Foundation Course
  • English Language – I
  • Subsidiary Paper 1
  • Open Elective
  • Proficiency in co- curricular Activities

Semester 2

  • Introduction to Diplomacy and International Negotiations
  • History of Europe (1815 to 1945 A.D)
  • Introduction to Conflict Transformation and Peace building
  • Foundation Course 2
  • Human Values & Ethics
  • Environment Studies
  • Subsidiary Paper 2
  •  Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular Activities

Semester 3

  • Research Methods
  •  International Organizations
  •  Culture and World Politics
  • International Relations of South Africa
  •  Paper 3 (Subsidiary Subject)
  •  Employability Skills
  •  Proficiency in co- curricular Activities
  •  Open Elective

Semester 4

  • The Politics of Knowing Your World
  • Islam, International Relations and South Asia
  •  War in International Relations
  •  India in World Affairs
  •  Paper 4 (Subsidiary Subject)
  •  Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular Activities

Semester 5

Program Core

  • Introduction to Diplomacy and International Negotiations
  • Strategic Themes
  • Cognition and World Politics
  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Paper 5 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Project on International Relations or Project on World Politics
  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular Activities
  • Soft Skills V

Semester 6

Program Core

  • Security Studies
  • Regional Integration Process
  • Research report Presentation
  • The Global Economy
  • Project on History Or Project on Global Economy
  • Paper 6 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Open Elective
  • Proficiency in co- curricular Activities
  • Employability Skills
  • Soft Skills VI

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
70%
Independent Studies
30%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 2

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%

Year 3

Internal (Weekly Test, Assignment, Mid- Term)
40%
External (End Semester Exam)
60%
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