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B.A. (Politics and Society)

B.A. (Politics and Society)

B.A. (Politics and Society)

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B.A. (Politics and Society)

Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
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

About the Program

The objective of the program is to give students knowledge and understanding of the issue related to government, politics, society and how they interrelate. By applying the knowledge they gain in political science and sociology, students can examine political and social processes and compare them to current processes in their surroundings and around the world.

Job Prospects

  • Government
  • Civil Services
  • Non-Government Organizations
  • Social services
  • Caring professions
  • Charities
  • Law
  • Advertising
  • Journalism and Media
  • Entertainment

Program Structure

Semester 1

  • Foundation Course
  • Introduction to Political Thought
  • Social and Political Formation
  • Colonialism and Nationalism in India
  • Globalization and Localisation
  • Intro to Critical Thinking
  • Paper 1(Subsidiary Subject)
  • English Language – I
  • Proficiency in co- curricular activities
  • Open Elective

Semester 2

  • Foundation Course
  • Power and Decision Making
  • Social Theory
  • Social and Political Movement-I
  • Indian Politics since Independence-I
  • Critical Thinking Seminar-1
  • Project-1
  • Paper 2 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Human Values & Ethics
  • Environment Studies
  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular activities

Semester 3

  • Dynamics of State Formation
  • Rituals and Religion
  • Social and Political Movement-II
  • Indian Politics since Independence-II
  • Human Rights and Responsibility
  • Critical Thinking Seminar-2
  • Subsidiary Paper 3
  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular activities
  • Open Elective

Semester 4

  • Global Politics
  • Active Citizenship
  • Introduction to Research Method
  • Comparative Politics
  • Project-2
  • Paper 4 (Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular activities

Semester 5

  • Sociology of Post- Industrial Societies
  • Politics, Law and the State: Perspectives from Anthropology  and Sociology
  • Critical Themes in Politics
  • Agrarian Studies
  • Paper 5(Subsidiary Subject)
  • Employability Skills
  • Proficiency in co- curricular activities
  • Soft Skills V

Semester 6

  • Kinship, Caste and Community
  • Social Change and Development
  • Economy and Society
  • Principles and Practices of Democracy
  • Project-3
  • Paper 6 (Subsidiary Subject)

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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