About Department

History & Evolution of Department:

The Department of Political Science was established since inception of the College during 1951 to teach Civics course at Intermediate level. Degree Courses were started from the academic year 1954-55 with Political Science as one of the subjects. Initially the Department was started with 26 Students. Telugu medium was introduced during the year 1971. Consequently, the strength was increased to 60. There was abnormal demand for admission into B.A. courses as it was only the College situated in headquarters of Srikakulam district with hostel facilities for S.C and general students. In the latter years, due to pressure from the student organizations, parents and people’s representatives, the strength was increased and various combinations with Political Science were offered to cater the demand from the student community.

 

Vission

The Department is committed to provide refined education to create           visionary citizens enriched with knowledge and leadership through the integration of            qualitative teaching-learning process.

 

Mission

The mission of the Department is to prepare knowledgeable, skilled, cultured and competent future citizens.

 

Objectives of Department:

  • To develop students intellectually & Holistically
  • To Promote students towards Higher Education in their Interested fields
  • To empower students to sustain in Global competition
  • To cater the needs of the Industry by equipping students with various skills.
  • To facilitate credible and challenging placement opportunities
  • To develop technology based creative knowledge to mould as best entrepreneurs.
  • To introduce new programmes such as Restructured courses with Political Science to meet the needs of the Society
  • To enhance the quality of teaching-learning process through continuous evaluation
  • Use of ICT and e-learning resources.
  • To empower faculty members with high qualifications to address the needs of the students according to the new trends and developments.
  • To encourage students to participate in the sports and games for their all round development.
  • To organize programs to enhance employability of students through JKC and other certificate courses
  • To provide more infrastructure facilities.

 

Succession List Of Heads of Department

Sno Name Qualification
1 Mr. B. Dharma Rao M.A. Political Science
2 Mr. S. Jwala Reddy M.A. Political Science
3 Mr. T.V. Narasimha Rao M.A. Political Science
4 Mr. L. Rama Krishna Rao M.A. Political Science
5 Mr. S.V. Ramana Murty M.A. Political Science
6 Mr. K.V. Butchi Babu M.A. Political Science
7 Mr. P. Sanyasi Rao M.A. Political Science
8 Mr. P. Krishna Murty M.A. Political Science
9 Mr. T. Nagi Reddy M.A. Political Science
10 Mrs. V. M. Vimala Kumari M.A. Political Science
11 Mr. L.Ch. Appala Naidu M.A. Political Science
12 Mr. D. Venkateswara Rao M.A. Political Science
13 Mr. L. Adinarayana M.A. Political Science
14 Mr. A.S. Benerji M.A. Political Science
15 Mr. S. Bhaskara Rao M.A. Political Science
16 Dr. S. Dharma Rao M.A. Political Science, M.A. Pub. Ad., Ph.D.

 

PRESENT FACULTY PROFILE:

Name of the Lecturer Qualification
Dr. G. Janardhana Naidu M.A. Pol., M.A. Eco., M.ed. and Ph.D.

 

UG Courses Offered:

     Conventional Courses:

The Department is offering two conventional courses at UG level. They are:

  1. History, Economics and Political Science.
  2. History, Oreia and Political Science

 

   

 Restructured Courses:

The Department offers UG restructured course with Political Science, Tourism and  Geography.

 

Students Strength(Last 3 Years)

2018- 2019

S.No Subject BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st year Political Science 37 + 0 37
2 2nd year Political Science 42 + 0 42
3 3rd year Political Science 37 + 0 37
Total Strength 116

 

 

2017- 2018

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st year Political Science 42 + 0 42
2 2nd year Political Science 37 + 0 37
3 3rd year Political Science 30 + 0 30
Total Strength 109

 

 

2016- 2017

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st year Political Science 54 + 0 54
2 2nd year Political Science 36 + 0 36
3 3rd year Political Science 22 + 0 22
Total Strength 112

 

 

List of History Enrollments Category wise in  first year

 

 

 

 

Year SC ST BC Others Total
2015-16 06 11 18 04 39
2016-17 12 07 20 15 54
2017 – 18 08 14 28 10 60

 

Facilities available in the department

Books in the Departmental Library

  • Reference Books: 48
  • Complementary copies and personal E books                : 250

Computers  in the Department

  • Desk tops: 01
  • Printers :01
  • Digital class rooms: 02
SNO PHOTO NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EMAIL-ID PROFILE
1Dr. Ganta. Janardhana NaiduM.A. Political Science, M.A. Economics, UGC NET, M.Ed. and Ph.D.Lecturer in Political Sciencedrgjnaidu@gmail.com click here

 

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

Structure of BA – Political Science under CBCS w.e.f.2015-16

Revised in April, 2016

Yr Sem

ester

Paper Title Hr/Wk Credits Marks
Int Ext
 

1

I I Basic Concepts of Political Science 5 4 25
II II Political Institutions

(Concepts, Theories and Institutions)

5 4 25 75
 

2

III III Indian Constitution 5 4 25 75
IV IV Indian Political Process 5 4 25 75
 

 

3

V V Indian Political Thought 5 4 25 75
VI Western Political Thought 5 4 25 75
VI VII

 

Electives (any one)

VII-(A): Major issues in Indian Politics       (or)

VII-(B): Principles of Public Administration (or)

VII-(C): Local Self – Government in Andhra Pradesh

 

5

 

 

 

4

 

 

25

 

 

75

 

VIII Cluster Electives (any one cluster, i.e., set of three papers)

Elective VIII-A-1: Colonialism and Nationalism in India

Elective VIII-A-2: Political Economy of  Development in India

Elective VIII-A-3: Feminism: Theory and Practice

(or)

Elective VIII-B-1:  Comparative Constitutionalism;  UK, USA

Elective VIII-B-2: Human Rights in a Comparative  Perspective

Elective VIII-B-3: Political Sociology

(or)

Elective VIII-C-1: International Relations

Elective VIII-C-2: Indian Foreign Policy

ElectiveVIII-C-3: Contemporary Global Issues

 

 

5

 

 

4

 

25

 

75

 

5

 

4

 

25

 

75

 

5

 

 

4

 

25

 

 

75

 

 

note: Student Activities like Data/picture analysis, Seminars, Assignments, Group Discussions, Case studies, Fieldwork, Surveys, Study Projects, Models are Part of Curriculum in all papers. The teacher shall identify appropriate activities for each unit and assign them to all the students for improving domain skills.

 

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

FIRST YEAR; SEMESTER – I

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-I(CORE): BASIC CONCEPTS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

Unit-1:   Explanatory Frameworks of Politics

  1. What is Politics: Nature and Scope of Political Science
  2. Approaches to the Study of Politics: Normative, Historical, Empirical Traditions

Unit-2: What is the State

  1. Origin and Evolution of the Modern State
  2. Different Conceptions on the role of the Modern State: Social Democratic and Neo

Liberal conceptions

Unit-3: Nations and Nationalism

  1. Conceptual Distinction between Nationality and Nation
  2. Varieties of Nationalism: Culture and Civic Nationalism

Unit-4: Rights and Citizenship

  1. Evolution of Rights: Civil and Social rights
  2. Citizenship: Universal and Differential Citizenship

Unit-5: Freedom, Equality and Justice

  1. Freedom: Negative and Positive Freedom
  2. Equality: Formal Equality, Equality of Opportunity, Equality of Outcome
  3. Justice: Justice based on Needs, Deserts and Rights

Reference books:

  1. Bhargava Rajeev and Acharya Ashok (eds) (2008) Political Theory: An Introduction, Pearson, New Delhi.
  2. Andrew Heywood (2007) Politics 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, NewYork.
  3. Bellamy R (1993) (Ed) Theories and Concepts of Politics, Manchester university press, New York.
  4. Vincent A (2004) The Nature of Political Theory, Oxford Universit Press, NewYork.

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

FIRST YEAR; SEMESTER – I

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-II (CORE): POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS

(CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND INSTITUTIONS)

 

Unit-1: Constitutionalism

  1. The Purpose of Constitutional law, Theory of Separation of Powers
  2. Structural Forms of the Modern State: Basic features of Parliamentary and

Presidential forms of Government

Unit-2: Territorial Division of Authority of the Modern State

  1. Basic features of Federal form of Government
  2. Basic features of Unitary form of Government

Unit-3: Institutional forms of the  Modern State

  1. Democracy: Basic features of Classical and Modern Representative Democracy
  2. Models of Democracy: Procedural Democracy and Substantive Democracy

Unit-4: Judiciary and Democratic State

  1. The nature, role and functions of the Judiciary
  2. Judicial Review: Debates on the Supremacy of legislature or Judiciary in the protection of Constitutional law

Reference books:

  1. Andrew Heywood (2007) Politics 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, New York
  2. Held, David (2006) Models of Democracy 3rd edition Oxford Polity Press
  3. Birch A.H (2000) The Concepts and Theories of Democracy, London Routledge
  4. Bogdanor, V (Ed) (1988) Constitutions in Democratic Politics Gower, Aldershot
  5. Scott Gordon (1999) Controlling the State: Constitutionalism from Ancient Athens to Today, Cambridge, Harvard University Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

SECOND YEAR; SEMESTER – III

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-III(CORE): INDIAN CONSTITUTION

 

Unit-1: The Making of the Constitution

  1. The ideological legacy of the Indian National Movement on the Constituent Assembly
  2. The Nature and Composition of the Constituent Assembly

Unit-2: Philosophical Premises of the Indian Constitution

  1. Preamble: The underlying values of the Indian Constitution
  2. Salient features of the Constitution of India

Unit-3: Fundamental rights and Directive principles of State Policy

  1. Individual and Collective Rights: Limitations on the fundamental Rights
  2. The doctrine of ‘Basic Structure’ of the Constitution: KesavanandaBharathi Case

Unit-4: Indian Federalism

  1. Unitary and Federal features in the Indian Constitution
  2. Tension Areas between the Union and State Governments

Legislative, Administrative and Financial Spheres

Unit-5: Working of the Indian Constitution

  1. The Values of the Indian Constitution and Ushering of Social Revolution in India
  2. The causes for the Ascendency of the Executive over legislature and Judiciary; Major Controversies regarding the Amendments to the Constitution
  3. Nature and Role of Higher Judiciary in India; Recent Debates on the mode of appointment of Judges

Reference books:

  1. Granville Austin (1972) the Indian Constitution, Cornerstone of a Nation Oxford university

Press, New Delhi.

  1. Madhavkhosla (2012) the Indian Constitution, oxford university press, New Delhi
  2. Granville Austin (1999) Working a Democratic Constitution; A History of the Indian

Experience, Oxford University Press, New Delhi

  1. Zoya Hasan, Sridharan E and Sudharshan R (Eds) 2002 India’s living Constitution,

Permanent black, New Delhi

  1. BaxiUpendra (1980) the Indian Supreme Court and Politics Eastern book co, Lucknow

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

SECOND YEAR; SEMESTER – IV

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-IV (CORE): INDIAN POLITICAL PROCESS

 

Unit-1: Approaches to Study the Political Processes in India

  1. Theory of Modernization: Transition from Tradition to Modernity
  2. Marxian Approach: Transition from pre-capitalism to capitalism

 

Unit-2: Social Structure and Democratic Process

  1. Transition of Caste System: From Hierarchy to Identity: Role of Agency
  2. Politicisation of Intermediate and Dalit Caste Communities
  3. Evolution of Modernity in India

 

Unit-3: Religion and Politics

  1. Competing Communalisms: Majoritarian and Minoritarian
  2. Debates on Secularism; Role of the State towards religion

Unit-4: Party and Electoral Processes in India

  1. Electoral Trends of the lokSabha from 1952 to 2014:From the One Party Congress System to Multi Party Coalitions
  2. Determinants of Voting Behavior in India;Caste,Class,Patronage, Money etc.
  3. Evolution of Party System in India: the Ideology and Social bases of major Political Parties: INC,BJP,CPM, DMK,BSP,TDP

Reference books:

  1. Chandhoke N and Priyadarshini P (Eds) (2009) Contemporary India Economy, society, politics, Pearson, NewDelhi.
  2. Vanaik A and Bhargava R (Eds) (2010) Understanding Contemporary India Critical perspectives orient black swan New Delhi.
  3. Jayal N G and Mehta PB (Eds) (2010) Oxford Companion to Indian Politics Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
  4. Kohliatul and Prema Singh (Ed) (2013) Routledge Hand book of Indian Politics

Routledge, NewYork.

  1. Jaffrelot C (2003) India’s Silent Revolution: The Rise of the Lower Caste in North India, C Hrust, London.
  2. Stanely A. Kochanek, Robert L.Hardgrave, India Government and Politics in a Developing Nation, Boston, Wards Worth Publishing, 2006.
  3. Rajeev Bhargava (Ed) Secularism and its Critics (1998), Delhi, OUP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – V

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-V(CORE): INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT

 

Unit-1: Traditions of Ancient Indian Political Thought

  1. Sources and features of Ancient Indian Political Thought
  2. Manu: Social laws
  3. Kautilya:Theory of the State

Unit-2: Renaissance Thought

  1. Rammohun Roy: Religious and Social Reform
  2. PanditaRamabai: Gender

Unit-3: Early Nationalism

  1. DadabaiNaoroji: Drain Theory and Poverty
  2. Ranade M G : The Role of the State and Religious Reform

Unit-4: Religious Nationalism

  1. Savarkar V D : Hindutva or Hindu Cultural Nationalism
  2. Mohammed Iqbal: Islamic Communitarian Nationalism

Unit-5: Democratic Egalitarianism

  1. Gandhi-Swaraj and Satyagraha
  2. Jawaharlal Nehru- Democratic Socialism
  3. Ambedkar B R – Annihilation of Caste System
  4. N.Roy: Radical Humanism

Reference books:

  1. Pantham Thomas and Kenneth Deutsch(Ed)(1986)

Political thought in modern India, Sage, New Delhi

  1. BidyutChakrabarthy and Rajendra Kumar Pandey (2009) modern Indian political thought, Sage, New Delhi
  2. Gurpreet Mahajan (2013), India : Political ideas and making of a democratic discourse, zed book, London
  3. Partha Chatterjee (1986) nationalist thought and the colonial world: A derivative disclosure, zed books, London
  4. Bhikhu Parekh (1999) colonialism, tradition and reform,Sage,New Delhi
  5. Bhikhu Parekh(1989) Gandhi’s political philosophy ,Macmillan, London

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – V

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-VI (CORE): WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT

 

Unit-1: Classical Western Political Thought

  1. Plato: Theory of Forms, Critique of Democracy, Justice
  2. Aristotle: Citizenship, State, Justice, Virtue

Unit-2: Early Medieval to the Beginning of Modern Thought

  1. Augustine: Earthly City and Heavenly City, Evil, Freewill, Moral Action
  2. Machiavelli, Statecraft, Virtue, Fortuna

Unit-3: Liberal Thought

  1. Thomas Hobbes: Human nature, Social Contract, liberty, State
  2. John Locke: Natural Rights, Consent, Social Contract, State
  3. Rousseau: Social institutions and Moral Man, Equality, liberty and General Will

 

Unit-4: Liberal Democratic Thought

  1. Jeremy Bentham: Utilitarianism
  2. John Stuart Mill: Individual liberty, Representative Government

Unit-5: Philosophical Idealism and its critique

  1. Hegel: Individual Freedom, Civil Society, State
  2. Karl Marx: Alienation, Surplus Value,Materialist Conception of History, State

 

Reference books

  1. ShefaliJha (2010) Western Political Thought from Plato to Karl Marx, Pearson, NewDelhi
  2. Boucher D and Kelly P (Eds) (2009) Political Thinkers from Socrates to the Present,

Oxford University press, oxford

  1. Coleman J (2000) A History of Modern Political Thought: From Ancient Greece to early

Christianity, Blackwell publishers, oxford

  1. Macpherson C B (1962) The Political Theory of Possessiveness Individualism,

Oxford University press, oxford

  1. Hampsher-monk I (2001) A History of Modern Political Thought: Major Political Thinkers

fromHobbers to Marx,Blackwell publishers, oxford

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-VII-(A) (ELECTIVE): MAJOR ISSUES IN INDIAN POLITICS

 

Unit- I:  Caste and Politics

  1. Changing Power Relations Within the Caste Structure
  2. Ethnicisation of caste

Unit- II:  Secessionism

  1. Causes for Secessionist Movement in the State of Jammu & Kashmir
  2. Causes for Secessionist Movements in the States of North-East India

Unit- III:  Regionalism in India

  1. Centralizing tendencies in India Federalism
  2. Regionalism as a Response to protection of autonomy of States: Regionalism in Tamilnadu, Punjab and Assam

Unit- IV:  Crisis of Governance of the State Institutions in India

  1. Proliferation of Corruption in the Institutions of the State: Beaucratic and Political Corruption.
  2. Electoral Malpractices and Defections of Elected Representatives: Need for reforms in the Anti-Defection Law
  3. Electoral Populism and Competitive Populist Welfarism

Reference Books:

 

  1. Partha Chatterjee, (Ed) State and politics in India, Delhi, OUP,1998
  2. Sudiptakaviraj (ed), Politics in India, Delhi, OUP,2007
  3. NirajaJayal, Democracy and the State, Welfare, Secularison and Development in Contemporary India, Delhi, OUP.2001
  4. Rajeev Bhargava, Secularism and its Critics, Delhi, OUP,1999
  5. PratapBhanu Mehta and DeveshKapur (eds), Political Institutions in India, Delhi, OUP,2011
  6. Niraja Gopal Jayal and Bhanupratap Mehta (ed), The Oxford Companion to Politics in India, Delhi, OUP,2011
  7. SanjibBaruach, Ethnonationalisam in India: A Reader, Delhi, OUP, 2012.
  8. SanjibBaruach, Durable Disorder: Understanding the Politics of North East India, Delhi, OUP, 2007.

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER –VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-VII-(B)(Elective): PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Unit-1: Nature of Public Administration

  1. Meaning, Nature and Scope of Public Administration
  2. Significance of Public Administration
  3. Public and Private Administration

Unit-2: Administrative Theories

  1. Classical Theory-Henry Fayol
  2. Human Relations theory-Elton Mayo
  3. Rational Decision making theory-Herbert Simon

Unit-3: Principles of Organization

  1. Hierarchy- Span of control-Unity of command
  2. Decision Making-Communication
  3. Co-ordination-leadership

Unit-4: Structure of organization

  1. Chief Executive-Types and Functions
  2. Department-Bases of Departmentalization
  3. Line and Staff Agencies

Unit-5: Theories of Motivation

  1. Meaning and importance of Motivation
  2. Hierarchy of needs theory; Abraham Maslow
  3. Theories of X and Y ; Donglas Mc Gregor

 Reference books:

  1. Pardhasaradhi (Eds) (2011) Public Administration; Concepts, Theories and Principles, Telugu Academy, Hyderabad
  2. kSapru (2014) 3rd Edition, Administrative Theories and Management Thought,

PHI learning Pvt.Ltd, New Delhi.

  1. Prasad D R, Prasad V S,(Eds) (2010),Administrative Thinkers, Sterling Publishers, NewDelhi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER-VII-(C)  (ELECTIVE): LOCAL SELF – GOVERNMENT IN ANDHRA PRADESH

 

Unit- I:  Evolution of Local Self-Government in India

  1. Constitutional Provisions on local Self-Government
  2. Recommendations of Balwantrai Mehta and Ashok Mehta Committees on Local Self -Government

 

Unit-II: Importance of Constitutional Amendments

  1. 73rd Amendment – Rural Local bodies;Basic features
  2. 74th Amendment – Urban Local bodie; Basic features

 

Unit-III:  Structure and functions of Panchayati Raj in Andhra Pradesh

  1. Gram Panchayat
  2. Mandal Parishad
  3. ZillaParishad
  4. Structure and functions of Urban local bodies in Andhra Pradesh; Municipalities Nagar Panchayat and Municipal Corporations

 

Unit-IV: Structure and functions of Urban local bodies in Andhra Pradesh

  1. Nagar Panchayats
  2. Municipalities
  3. Municipal Corporations

 

Unit-V: Role of leadership and Emerging Challenges

  1. Emerging patterns of leadership
  2. Problems of autonomy: Financial and Administrative spheres

 

Reference Books:

  1. Maheswari, S.R., Local Self Government in India, Orient longman,1971
  2. Venkatesan V, InstitutionalisingPanchayati Raj in India, Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi 2002
  3. Baviskar B.S, Inclusion and Excusion in Local Governance, Sage Publication, New Delhi 2009.
  4. P. Dube and Padalia, M (Ed), Democratic Decentralization and Panchayati raj in India, Anamika Publishers, New Delhi, 2002.
  5. BalaRamulu, CH and Ravinder D, “Five Decades of Democratic Decentralization process in Andhra Pradesh” in Social Change (Journal of the Council for Social Development published by Sage International) Vol.42, No.2, PP165-186, June 2012.

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-A-1 (Cluster Elective): COLONIALISM AND NATIONALISM IN INDIA

 

Unit- I: The Impact of Colonial Rule on India

  1. The Nature of Indian Society on the Eve of Colonial Rule
  2. The impact of Colonial Rule on the Indian Society; On Agriculture, Handlooms and Industry

 

Unit-II: Reforms and Resistance

  1. 1857 Rebellion : Causes, Nature and Aftermath
  2. Socio – Religious Movements in 19th century; BrahmoSamaj, Arya Samaj etc.

 

Unit-III:  Emergence and Growth of Nationalism

  1. Liberal Constitutionalism: Swadeshi Movement
  2. Role of Gandhiji in Mass Mobilization: Non- Cooperation, Civil Disobedience and Quit India Movements.

 

Unit-IV: Communalism, Partition and Establishment of Indian Republic

  1. Colonial roots of Communalism and Partition of the Country
  2. An Evaluation Civic and Secular Nationalism leading to the Constitution of India as a Republic.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Chandra Bipan, Essays on Colonialism, Hyderabad, Orient Longman, 1999.
  2. Chandra Bipan (Eds), India’s struggle for Independence, Delhi, Penguin, 1988.
  3. Sumit Sarkar, Modern India ( 1885-1947), New Delhi, Macmillan,1983
  4. SekharBandopadhyay, From Plassey to Partition and after; A History of Modern India, Delhi, Orient Longman, 2015.
  5. Jalal, A and Bose, S, Modern South Asia: History, culture and Political Economy, Delhi, OUP, 1999.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-A-2 (Cluster Elective): POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

 

Unit- I:  Colonialism and Indian Economy

  1. Self-Sufficiency of Indian Village Structure
  2. The Impact of Colonial Rule on the Indian Economy: De-Industrialization Thesis

 

Unit-II: Economic Development in the Post-Independent Era

  1. Planning as a Strategy of Development
  2. State led Import Substitution Industrialization for Self Reliant  Economic Development

 

Unit-III:  Agrarian Development

  1. Politics of Land Reforms: legislative measures for the abolition of Zamindari System, Ceiling on Land Ownership Rights.
  2. Green Revolution Strategy for Rapid Development of Agriculture

 

Unit-IV: Politics of Economics Reforms

  1. The assertion of dominant class interests: Rich peasants, State Bureaucracy and Industrial Capitalist classes on the State.
  2. Economic Reforms: Liberalization of regulation of the State controls on the economy: Strategy of Market led growth of the Indian economy from 1991 onwards.
  3. The impact of Economic Reforms on the Indian Polity: Rising inequalities across Regions and Classes.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Frankel Francine R, Indian Political Economy, Delhi, OUP,
  2. Rudolph, Llyod and Rudolph Susan, In Pursuit of Lakshmi, Delhi, OUP, 2004.
  3. Terry Byres, The Indian Economy: Major debates since Independence, New Delhi, OUP, 1999.
  4. BardhanPranab,The Political Economy of Development, Delhi, OUP,1998
  5. Jenkins Rob, Economics Reforms in India, Delhi, OUP,2000
  6. Mukherjee Rahul, (Ed) India’s Economic Transition: The politics of Reforms, New Delhi, OUP, 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER:VIII-A-3 (Cluster Elective): FEMINISM: THEORY AND PRACTICE

 

Unit- I: Approaches to Study Patriarchy

  1. Understanding Sex/ Gender Distinction: Biologism versus Social Constructivism
  2. Patriarchy; Private, Public and Power relations within the Family

 

Unit-II: History of Feminism

  1. Origins of Feminism in the West: Britain and France
  2. Liberal and Radical Feminist Trends

 

Unit-III: The Status of Women in India

  1. The Position of Women in Indian Society
  2. Gender relations in the Family
  3. Legal Provisions for the protection of Women in India

 

Unit-IV: Contemporary Position of Women in Indian Society

  1. Understanding Woman’s Work and Labour
  2. Representation of women in the Indian Parliament
  3. Debates on the Reservation of Women in Legislature

 

Reference Books:

  1. Geetha, V, Gender, Stree, Calcutta, 2002
  2. Geetha, V, Patriarchy, Stree, Calcutta, 2007
  3. Lerner Gerda, The creation of Patriarchy, New York, OUP,1986
  4. Forbes, G., Women in Modern India, Cambridge, OUP,1998
  5. Desai Neera and Thakkar, Usha, Women in Indian Society, New Delhi, National book Trust, 2001.
  6. Rowbothan, Shiela, Women in Movements, London, Routledge, 1993.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-B-1(Cluster Elective):  COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM; UK, USA

 

Unit- I: Constitutionalism

  • Evolution of Constitutionalism in U K and USA

 

Unit-II: Legislature

  • Parliament (U K): Structure and Powers
  • Congress (USA): Structure and Powers

 

Unit-III: Executive

  • Prime minister & Cabinet (UK): Powers and Functions
  • President (USA) : Powers and Functions

 

Unit-IV: Judiciary

  • Nature, Powers and Functions of Judiciary (UK &USA)

 

Unit-V: Constitutional Amendments

  • Procedures for the Amendment of Constitutional Law (UK &USA)

 

Reference Books:

  1. Almond, G et.al, Comparative Politics Today: A world view, 9th Edition, Pearson Education, Delhi, 2011
  2. Birch, A.H, British System of Government 4th Edition, Lodon, George Allen and Unwin, 1980.
  3. Finer, H., Theory and Practice of Modern Government, London, Methuen,1969
  4. Bagehot, The English Constitution, London, Fontana,1963.
  5. Kavanagh, D., British Politics, Continuity and Change, Oxford, OUP, 2006.
  6. Bogdanor, V (Ed) (1988) Constitutions in Democratic Politics Aldershot, Gower.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR: SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-B-2 (ELECTIVE): HUMAN RIGHTS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

 

UNIT – I: Human Rights; Theory and Institutionalization

  1. Understanding Human Rights: Three Generations of Rights
  2. Institutionalization: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  3. Rights in National Constitutions: South Africa and India

 

UNIT – II: Issues

  1. Torture : USA and India
  2. Terrorism and Insecurity of Minorities: USA and India

 

UNIT-III: Structural Violence

  1. Caste and Race: Discrimination based on Birth: South Africa and India
  2. Adivasis / Aborginals and the Land Question: Australia and India

 

UNIT-IV:  Watchdogs of Human Rights Violation

  1. Amnesty International
  2. Human Rights Watch

 

Reference Books:

  1. Byrne, Darren,O., Human Rights, An Introduction, Delhi, Pearson,2007.
  2. Wolfrern, ‘Discrimination, xenophobia and Racism’ in Symonides, J, New Dimensions and challenges For Human Rights:JaipurRawat Publications, 1998.
  3. Cadzon and Maynard, J (Eds), Aborginal studies; Nelson cengage learning, 2011.
  4. Kannabiram, k., Tool of Justice: Non- Discrimination and the Indian Constitution, New Delhi, Routledge, 2012.
  5. Ishay, M., The History of Human Rights: From Ancient Times to the Globalization Era, Delhi, Orient Blackswan.

Andrew Clapham, Human Rights: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford, OUP, 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-B-3(Cluster Elective): POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

 

Unit- I: Sociology and Politics

  1. Sociology of Politics and Political Sociology
  2. Evolution of Political Sociology as an Academic Discipline

 

Unit-II: Political Modernization

  1. The theory of Political Modernization: Transition from Tradition to Modernity; The European Experience
  2. Nature of Transition ofTradition in Post-Colonial Countries

 

Unit-III:  Political Culture

  1. Meaning and role of Political Culture
  2. Types of political culture: Parochial, Subjective and Participatory Political Cultures

 

Unit-IV: Political Socialization

  1. Meaning and role of Political Socialization
  2. Agencies of Socialization: Family, Media, Education etc.
  3. Political Communication: Meaning

 

Reference Books:

  1. Bottomore, T.B. Political Sociology, New Delhi, London, PLUTTO PRESS,1993
  2. Dipankar Gupta, Political Sociology in India, New Delhi, Orient Longman 1996
  3. Giddens, Anthony Sociology, London Wiley, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-C-1 (Cluster Elective): INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Unit- I: Basic Concepts of International Relations

  1. Meaning, Nature and Scope of International Relations
  2. (a). Balance of power (b). National interests

(c). Collective Security           (d). Diplomacy

 

Unit-II: Approaches to the study of International Relations

  1. Idealism – Woodrow Wilson
  2. Classical Realism – Hans Morgenthau
  3. Neo – realism – Kenneth Waltz

 

Unit-III: Phases of International Relations (1914-1945)

  1. Causes for the First World War
  2. Causes for the Second World War

 

Unit-IV: Phases of International Relations (1945 onwards)

  1. Origins of First Cold War
  2. Rise and Fall of Détente
  3. Origins and the End of Second Cold War

 

Unit-V: International Organisation

  1. The role of UNO in the protection of International Peace
  2. Problems of the Third World : Struggle for New International Economic Order

 

 

Reference Books:

  1. Jackson, R and Sorensan Y, Introduction to International Relations; Theories and approaches, New York, OUP, 2008.
  2. Baylis, J and Smith, S (Eds), The Globalization of World Politics; An Introduction to International Relations, Oxford, OUP,2011
  3. Aneek Chatterjee, International Relations Today; Concepts and Applications, New Delhi, Pearson Education, 2008.
  4. H. Carr, International relations between the two world Wars, Lodon, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER –VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER:VIII-C-2 (Cluster Elective): INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY

 

Unit- I:  Evolution of Indian Foreign of Policy

  1. Determinants of Indian Foreign of Policy
  2. Continuity and change in Indian Foreign Policy

 

Unit-II: Non-Alignment and UNO

  1. The role of India in the Non-Alignment Movement
  2. Relevance of Non-Aligned Movement in the Contemporary World
  3. Role of India in the UNO in protection of International Peace

 

Unit-III:  India’s Relation with USA and China

  1. Indo- US Relations: Pre- Cold War Era, Post- Cold War Era
  2. India – China Relations: Pre- Cold War Era, Post- Cold War Era

 

Unit-IV: India and her Neighbours

  1. Indo- Pakistan Relations
  2. India’s role in South Asian Association of Regions Cooperation (SAARC)

 

Reference Books:

  1. David Scott (Ed), Handbook of India’s International Relations, London, Routledge,2011
  2. Ganguly, S (Ed), India as an Emerging Power,Portland, Franck class, 2003
  3. Pant, H, Contemporary Debates in Indian Foreign and Security Policy, London, Palgrave Macmillian,2008
  4. Tellis, A and Mirski, S (Eds), Crux of Asia; China, India, and the Emerging global Order, Washington, Carnegie endowment for international peace,2013
  5. Muni, S.D, India’s Foreign Policy Delhi CUP, 2009
  6. Alyssa Ayres and Raja Mohan, C (Eds), Power Realignment in Asia: China, India and the United States, New Delhi, Sage, 2002.
  7. Appadorai, A, Domestic roots of Indian Foreign Policy, New Delhi, OUP,1971 Dutt, V.P, India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World, New Delhi,NBT,2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CBCS: SYLLABUS – SEMESTER WISE (2015-16)

THIRD YEAR; SEMESTER – VI

B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAPER: VIII-C-3 (Cluster Elective): CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES

 

Unit- I: Conceptions of Globalization

  1. Economic Conception of Globalization
  2. Political Conception of Globalization

 

Unit-II: Anchors of Global Political Economy

  1. International Monetary Fund – Nature, Role and Functions
  2. Work Bank-Nature, Role and Functions
  3. World Trade Organization: Origin, Nature and role in the context of Globalization

 

Unit-III:  Nation State and Globalization

  1. The role of Nation State in the context of Globalization
  2. Consequences of Globalization – Rise of Inequalities within and across Nations

 

Unit-IV: Contemporary Global issues

  1. Ecological Issues: International Agreements On Climate Change
  2. International Terrorism: Non- State Actors and State Terrorism

 

Reference Books:

  1. Ritzer, G., Globalization: A Basic Text, Sussex: Wiley- Black well,2009
  2. Streger, M., Globalization: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford, OUP,2013
  3. Heywood, A., Global Politics, New York, Palgrave Macmillian,2011
  4. Held, D et.al, Global Transformations; Politics, Economics and culture California, Stanford University Press,1999
  5. Volger, ‘Environmental Issues’in J. Baylis, S. Smith an owens, P(Eds) Globalization of world politics, New York, Palgrave,2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE FOR MEN

Department of Political Science

Time Table: 2017-18

 

Day/Period I II III IV V
Mon IC WPT IPT
Tue WPT CPS IC IPT
Wed WPT IC CPS
Thur CPS IPT WPT
Fri CPS IPT IC WPT
Sat IC IPT CPS

 

 

IC-Indian Constitution-2nd Year

WPT Western Political Thought-3rd

IPT—Indian Political Thought

CPS-Concepts of political Science—1st

 

INCHARGE OF THE DEPARTMENT

(Dr. G. JANARDHANA NAIDU)

 

 

  1. Strengthening the academic support to backward and under privileged students to keep pace with challenges and global competition.
  2. To provide carrier guidance and awareness to students on higher studies and employment opportunities.
  3. To inculcate research aptitude among the students.
  4. To encourage the brilliant students to prepare for different competitive examinations.
  5. To encourage students to prepare project reports/study reports.
  6. To introduce computer knowledge as a course in B.A along with other optionals
  7. To conduct programs in order to improve soft and Communication skills.
  8. To arrange field trips to help students to gain practical knowledge.
  9. To encourage class room student seminar to reduce the stage fear and improve the skills of public addressing.
  10. To organise extension lectures by inviting eminent professors from A.U. campus Visakapatnam, PG. centre Etcherla, MR. Atanamous College Vizianagaram.
  11. To conduct more Quiz, Essay Writing, Elocution competitions to encourage participatory behaviour among students.
  12. To encourage team teaching to provide additional inputs to students from magazines, editorials, paper clippings and other learning sources.
  13. To establish award to top rankers ever year on behalf of the department of Politics.
  14. To encourage surveys to inculcate the habit of interaction with the public.
  15. To encourage value Education to learn well behaviour towards their elders, parents and country.
  16. To increase innovative methods of teaching by incorporating modern methods of teaching through electronic gadgets.
  17. To encourage group discussion and debates to improve analytical knowledge of the students.
  18. To encourage the students to participate in extension activities such as NSS, Consumer awareness programmes, Eco-friendly activities, Aids awareness, Rallies and literacy programmes etc.

 

 

Toppers in POLITICAL SCIENCE

2017-18

S.No. Name HT. No. Grade Grade

points

1 Ch. Hari Krishna S1500102006 A 9
2 G. Someswar rao S1500102007 A 9

 

2016-17

S.No. Name HT. No. Grade Grade

points

1 D. Surya Tejasvaroop 1500102008 B 8
2 Gorli. Naga Raju 1500102009 C 7
3 S. Ashok Kumar 1500102024 C 7

 

2015-16

S.No. Name HT. No. Grade Grade

points

1 Gokurla. Rajakumar 1400102012 C 7
2 G. Adhitya Kumar 1400102013 C 7
3 K. Gowri Sankar 1400102021 C 7

 

2014-15

S.No. Name HT. No. Grade Grade

points

1 Budumuru. Ramarao 1300102006 B 8
2 D. Gnana Prasanth 1300102007 B 8
3 D. Surya Narayana 1300102008 B 8

 

2013-14

S.No. Name HT. No. Grade Grade

points

1 Gurja. Jaya Prakash 1200102013 A 9
2 Makka. Vasanth 1200122028 A 9
3 Boddepalli Rambabu 1200102007 B 8

 

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF Political Science

RESULT ANALYSIS

 

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
1 2012-13 51 46 90
2 2013-14 47 34 70
3 2014-15 55 52 94.5
4 2015-16 56 50 89.2
5 2016-17 34 29 85.2
6 2017-18 22 20 90.9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

110 WEB / E RESOURCES

 

S.No. Name of the organisation / E-Library URL
1 Academic Torrents www.academictorrents.com/collection/video-lectures
2 AcademicEarth https://academicearth.org/political-science/
3 American Political Science Association https://www.apsanet.org/RESOURCES/For-Students
4 Audio Notes https://www.iasabhiyan.com › Audio Notes
5 Babson College https://libguides.babson.edu/ebooks
6 BestColleges https://www.bestcolleges.com
7 Bodleian Libraries https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/politics
8 Boğaziçi University Library www.library.boun.edu.tr/en/veritabanlari.php?scope=ebooks
9 BOOK SSHOULD BE FREE WWW.BOOKSSHOULDBEFREE.COM
10 Book topia https://www.booktopia.com.au/?ebooks
11 BookRix https://www.bookrix.com/books;political-science,id:39.html
12 BooksShouldBeFree www.BooksShouldBeFree.com
13 Cavendish University Uganda www.cavendish.ac.ug/free-e-books
14 Civilserviceindia https://www.civilserviceindia.com/subject/Political-Science/index.html
15 Claremont Colleges E-Library https://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/ebooks
16 Concordia Libraries https://library.concordia.ca/find/ebooks.php
17 DigitalBookIndex www.DigitalBookIndex.org
18 DIT Dublin Institute of Technology www.dit.ie › Library › Library AZ
19 Docsity https://www.docsity.com/en/faculty/political-sciences/political-science/
20 E books for all www.ebooks-for-all.com/bookmarks/list/…/Electronic-books…Sciences+Politics…/0.ht
21 eBooks – Library – Information & Knowledge Service – esade www.esade.edu/library/eng/ebooks
22 E-books – USM www.lib.usm.my/index.php/en/2015-06-22-05-20-57/…/e-book
23 E-Books directory www.E-Booksdirectory.com
24 eBooks On & By Gandhi https://www.mkgandhi.org/ebks/gandhiebooks.htm
25 eBooks.com https://www.ebooks.com/subjects/political-science/
26 EBSCO Information Services https://www.ebsco.com/
27 Economic and Political Weekly https://www.epw.in/
28 Education World https://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/sites/sites046.shtml
29 edX https://www.edx.org/learn/political-science
30 eGyanKosh www.egyankosh.ac.in/handle/123456789/3709
31 E-International Relations https://www.e-ir.info/textbooks/
32 eNotes https://www.enotes.com › Homework Help
33 Eresource – Delhi Public Library https://dpl.gov.in/index.php/library-guides/2-uncategorised/69-eresource
34 ExamPariksha https://exampariksha.com › Study Material & Notes
35 Free Online Political Science Courses and Learning Materials https://study.com/…/List_of_Free_Online_Political_Science_Courses_and_Learning
36 Free Online Political Science Practice and Preparation Tests https://www.tcyonline.com/tests/political-science
37 Free PDF Political Books https://www.scribd.com/document/361963275/Free-PDF-Political-Books
38 Free Political Science E-books www.ebooksgo.org/free-political-science-ebooks.html
39 FreeBookCentre.net www.FreeBookCentre.net
40 Free-eBooks www.free-eBooks.net
41 Furman University https://libguides.furman.edu/oer/subject/political-science
42 Georgetown University E – Library https://guides.library.georgetown.edu/ebooks
43 Get Free E Books www.GetFreeBooks.com
44 Google Books https://books.google.co.in/
45 HEC – National Digital Library – Ebrary www.digitallibrary.edu.pk/ebrary.htm

 

46 Humboldt State University www.libguides.humboldt.edu › Research Guides › Open Educational Resources (OER)
47 IGNOU BA Study Material www.ignouhelp.in/ignou-ba-study-material/
48 IGNOU Political Science Material https://mrunal.org/…/download-political-science-mains-ignou-bama-no-registration-fu
49 IGNOU Video Lectures www.ignou.guru › December
50 Infocobuild www.infocobuild.com/education/audio-video…/political-science/political-science.html
51 Internet Archive www.Archive.org
52 iTunes – Apple https://itunes.apple.com/in/genre/books/id38?mt=11
53 J STOR https://www.jstor.org/
54 Kopykitab https://www.kopykitab.com/ebooks-for-political-science
55 learn outloud https://www.learnoutloud.com/Content/Topic-Pages/Political-Science-101/55
56 Library – LSE www.lse.ac.uk/library
57 Library (SSHEL), U of I Library https://www.library.illinois.edu/sshel/politicalscience/
58 London School of Economics www.lse.ac.uk/
59 Lupane State University www.library.lsu.ac.zw/resources.php
60 Many Books www.manybooks.net
61 MIT Open Course Ware https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/political-science
62 National Digital Library of India https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
63 National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) https://www.nios.ac.in/online-course-material/sr…/political-science-(317).aspx
64 National Portal of India https://www.india.gov.in/my-government/documents/e-books
65 NCERT Books on Political Science https://www.flexiprep.com/Subject-Wise-NCERT-Books-PDF/Political-Science/
66 NCERT Free PDF Books https://www.ncertbooks.guru/ncert-books-pdf/
67 Nptel https://nptel.ac.in/courses/109106058/
68 Obooko https://www.obooko.com/category/free-politics-and-public-affairs-books
69 Online Book Collections https://libguides.wustl.edu › Research Guides › eBooks/Online Book Collections
70 Open Access eCollections www.OAPEN.orgonline library and publication platform
71 Open Culture www.openculture.com/political_science_free_courses
72 OpenLearn – Open University https://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-ebooks
73 Osmania University E-Library www.osmania.ac.in/e-books.php
74 Osmanian www.osmanian.com/indian-constitution-political-science-audio-notes-english/
75 Oxford University https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk › … › Politics and International Relations
76 PDF Books World www.pdfbooksworld.com/Political-Science
77 Penn Libraries www.library.upenn.edu › Collections › Collection Development Policies
78 Political Science Audio Books https://audiobookstore.com/political-science-audiobooks/
79 Political Science Information Center, Tutorials https://www.sabanciuniv.edu/bm3/en/research-guide/…/tutorials_political_science
80 POLITICAL SCIENCE REFERENCE AND BIBLIOGRAPHY SOURCES https://staff.washington.edu/alvin/PolBib.htm
81 Political Science Textbooks and Full Courses Collection Resources https://www.oercommons.org/curated-collections/411
82 Project Free eBooks www.projectfreeebooks.com/product-category/political-science
83 PROJECT GUTENBERG WWW.GUTENBERG.ORG
84 Queens Library www.queenslibrary.org/
85 S. Chand Publishing https://www.schandpublishing.com/category/higher-education/political-science/962
86 San Anselmo Library https://www.townofsananselmo.org/643/E-Books-and-E-Audiobooks
87 Sandhan www.sandhan.kcgjournal.org/index.php/video-lectures/
88 Singapore Management University www.researchguides.smu.edu.sg › Research Guides
89 Springer Nature https://www.springernature.com/…/books/ebook…/ebook-political-science-internation
90 SU Library https://www.simpsonulibrary.org/…resources/online-resources/…resources…/Political-S
91 Swayam https://swayam.gov.in/
92 Swayam Prabha https://www.swayamprabha.gov.in/
93 Telugu Medium educational e-books https://mympsc.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=339
94 Text books free www.textbooksfree.org/
95 Thesis Scientist https://www.thesisscientist.com/docs/…/f4e42fe4-4644-4694-9d69-57ea1d527b8f
96 Thomas University www.thomasu.edu/Content/Default/14/1056/1001/…/political-science-databases.html
97 Tutorialspoint https://www.tutorialspoint.com/indian_polity/indian_polity_tutorial.pdf
98 UCL Library Services www.ucl.ac.uk › Library Services › Subject Support › Guides
99 UGC NET Political Science https://scoop.eduncle.com/ugc-net-political-science
100 Unacademy https://unacademy.com/
101 UNB Libraries https://guides.lib.unb.ca/category/politicalscience/resources/reference
102 Universal Library https://archive.org/details/universallibrary
103 University of Amsterdam www.uva.nl/en/programmes/bachelors/political-science/political-science.html
104 University of Nevada https://guides.library.unr.edu/political-science
105 university of Oxford https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/politics-and-international-relations-podcasts
106 UTS Library – University of Technology, Sydney www.lib.uts.edu.au › Find
107 Virtual Library WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources
108 Virtual University of Uganda https://virtualuni.ac.ug/library/
109 vLSE Events www.lse.ac.uk/events
110 Ycmou – Digital University www.ycmou.digitaluniversity.ac/Content.aspx?ID=1016

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Best  & Innovative Practices

 

2017-2018

Running of Wall magazine with current affairs and grate sayings.

 

2016-2017

Running of Wall magazine with current affairs and grate sayings.

 

2015-2016

Running of Wall magazine with current affairs and grate sayings.

 

 

UNO Day celebrations on 24-10-2016 Chief Guest Sri BYR Durga Rao, Lecturer in Political science(RTD), GDC Women, Srikakulam

National Education Day celebrations on 11-09-2014 Chief Guest Sri B. Sankara Raju Lecturer in History, GDC Women, Srikakulam

Invited Lecture by Dr. G. Janardhana Naidu on 31-01-2015 at Govt. degree college Ichapuram, Srikakulam Dist

Invited Lecture by Dr. G. Janardhana Naidu on 21-02-2017 at Govt. degree college Tekkali, Srikakulam Dist

Human Rights Day celebration on 10-12-2015 Chief Guest Sri K. V. Jagannadha Rao, Vice President, Andhra Pradesh State Human rights forum

Guest Lecture on 18-07-2017 by Sri P. Sankar Narayana, Lecturer in Politics GDC Women, Srikakulam

District Best Lecturer award received on 15-08-2016

Constitution Day celebrations on 26-11-2016 Chief Guest Justice P.Jagannadha Rao, District Judge(RTD), Vishakapatnam

Constitution Day celebrations on 26-11-2015 Chief Guest Pro Miriyala Chandrayya, Vice Chancellor, Dr B R Ambedkar, Srikakulam