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Department of Political Science

Department of Political Science

Establishment : 1983

Constitution 2018-19
Chairman Mr. Nilesh Patil
External Member Mr. Yogesh Akhadhe, Teacher, Junior College, Pawas
Student Representative Sonali Gaurav TYBA

Nikhil Kinjale TYBA

Sr.No. Name Quantity
1 Computer with Printer 1
2 Internet Facility For Faculty and Students..
Teaching
Staff Member
Patil Nilesh Atmaram
Assistant Professor
Ex Teaching Faculty and Head
Staff Member
V.M.Ranade
Lecturer (1956 to 1991), Principal (1980 - 1991)
Staff Member
Prabhakar Ketkar
Associate Professor (1980 – 2017)
 Curriculum

Programme offered

BA in Political Science

Course offered:

Certificate Course in Basic Life Skill for Social Life

 UG

Class, Paper Title Course Nomenclature Type (Optional, Elective, Compulsory, etc)
Class Paper No. and Title Sem I,III,V Sem II, IV, VI
F.Y.B.A. Paper I – Indian Political System SEM I : Indian Constitutional Framework SEM II : Indian Political Process /td> Optional
S.Y.B.A. Paper II – Political Theory SEM III : Principles & Concept of Political Theory SEM IV :Political Values & Ideologies Optional
Paper III – Public Administration SEM III : Public Administration SEM IV : Indian Administration
T.Y.B.A Paper IV – International Relation SEM V : World Politics India in World Politics Optional
Paper V – Political Thought SEM V : Western Political Thought Indian Political Though
Paper VI – Political Process In Maharashtra SEM V : Politics of Modern Maharashtra SEM VI : Determinants of Politics of Maharashtra Elective

 Other (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Courses)

Basic Life Skill for Social Life (Interdisciplinary )

 Programme & Course Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcomes

Knowledge of Constitution of India, Political Process in India.
Knowledge of political Concepts.
Knowledge about political and administrative system of the State and Nation.
Study of national and international political affairs.
Students aware about competitive examination.
Understanding the government mechanism, its functions, duties and responsibilities and Citizen rights and duties
Job Opportunities available in Civil Services, Media, Law and other Sectors.

Course Outcomes
Sr.No. Class Paper No Sem Course Name Outcomes
1 FYBA Paper No. I Sem I Indian Constitutional Framework
  • Students acquaint about the important features of the Constitution of India and basic framework of Indian Government
  • Students understand the process in the working of the Constitution of India, functions of the Government.
  • awareness about Citizens rights and duties
Sem II Indian Political Process
  • Students Understand Political Process in India.
  • Understand the changes and the new trends in Indian Politics, important issues in contemporary Indian Politics.
  • Knowing about the problems and challenges in Indian politics.
2 SYBA Paper No. II Sem III Principles & Concepts of Politcal Theory
  • Understand the basic concepts of Political Theory
Sem IV Political Values and Ideologies
  • Understand the basic concepts, Value and ideologies in Political Science
  • acquaint the students with the contemporary debates across the ideologies
Paper No. III Sem III Public Administration
  • Students understand the discipline, Important Concept of Public Administration
  • Students sanitize on the changing concerns of Public Administration
  • Students acquaint with concept of governance and its increasing significance in the era of Globalization
Sem IV Indian Administration
  • Students know the administrative system of the nation.
  • Students aware of various issues related to the institutional behavior of Indian Administration
  • Students understanding mechanism for the solution of problems in Indian Administration
3 TYBA Paper No. IV Sem V World Politics
  • Students help to identify and conceptualize the Major issues in the International Relations
  • Students help to identify the major national/international actors engaged in dealing with these issues at various levels in international Politics
Sem VI India in World Politics
  • Understand to the Nature and emerging trends of India’s Foreign Policy.
  • Students acquaint with the domestic and international security concerns
  • Understand of the relations of India with neighboring countries and major powers in the world
Paper No. V Sem V Western Political Thought
  • understand the major phases in the evolution of western political tradition – enlighten tradition, Liberal tradition, and Marxist tradition and contemporary tradition
  • Comparative study of the after 15th Centuries thoughts and modern thoughts.
Sem VI Indian Political Thoughts
  • Understand the Political Ideas, views and concerns of leading Indian thinkers
  • Understand the deciphering of the diverse and often contesting ways in which the ideas of nationalism, democracy and social transformations were discussed in pre and post-independence India, their need for modern society
Paper No. VI Sem V Political Process in Modern Maharashtra
  • Student familiarize with the historical basic information, analytical framework the formation of Maharashtra State
Sem VI Determinants of Politics of Maharashtra
  • Students understand the changes and the new trends in Maharashtra Politics
  • Underststand important issues in Current Maharashtra Politics.

 Activities

New Voters Registration Programme.
Constitution Day Celebration in School
National Voters Day Celebration
Some other relevant Activity
Sr No Name
1 Ms. Rama Sohoni Theatre
2 Ms. Prajkta Mulye Advocate
3 Ms. Pranali Waingankar Professor, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune
4 Mr. D. A. Shinde Party Leadership
5 Mr. Anil Joshi Journalist
 
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