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RAYAT-BAHRA UNIVERSITY

University School of LAW(USL)

B.A.LL.B School Core I Year - II Semester


UGC BCI
Theory Course Offered by: School: USL Dept: Law
1 Course Code XXXNNN
2 Course Title POLITICAL SCIENCE (Political Analysis)
3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)
Contact Hours
4 3-0-0 (3)
(L-T-P)
1. To describe the concepts and principles of political science
2. To differentiate between political, economic and social dimensions of rights
Course 3. To highlight the importance of democratic political system
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Objectives 4. To understand the basic principles(e.g. liberty, equality, rights and justice) inherent within our
political/philosophical framework of democracy
5. To impart knowledge regarding the political ideologies
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to
1. Able to describe and explain the functions of various Organs of government
2. Understand the classification of rights and various provisions of universal declaration of human rights
3. Able to differentiate between parliamentary and presidential form of government
Course
6 4. Appreciate the demarcation of powers, administrative law and political system of the state
Outcomes 5. Learn about the forms of governments and reason behind the adoption of democracy as a mode of
government
6. Familiarize with the pillars of democracy (liberty, equality and justice)
7. Appreciate the importance of political ideologies
7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;
7.01 XXXNNN.A Unit A
Rights: Meaning and Features
7.02 XXXNNN.A1 Unit A Topic 1

Laski’s theory of Rights


7.03 XXXNNN.A2 Unit A Topic 2

Universal Declaration of Human Rights


7.04 XXXNNN.A3 Unit A Topic 3

7.06 XXXNNN.B Unit B


Liberty: Meaning and Kinds
7.07 XXXNNN.B1 Unit B Topic 1

Equality: Meaning and Dimensions


7.08 XXXNNN.B2 Unit B Topic 2

Justice: Meaning and Dimensions


7.09 XXXNNN.B3 Unit B Topic 3

7.11 XXXNNN.C Unit C


Relationship between Liberty, Equality and Justice
7.12 XXXNNN.C1 Unit C Topic 1

7.13 XXXNNN.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Democracy :Meaning, characteristics and types

7.14 XXXNNN.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Difference Between Democracy and Dictatorship


7.16 XXXNNN.D Unit D
Forms of Government:
7.17 XXXNNN.D1 Unit D Topic 1

7.18 XXXNNN.D2 Unit D Topic 2 Unitary and Federal


Parliamentary and Presidential
7.19 XXXNNN.D3 Unit D Topic 3

Form of Government in India


7.20 XXXNNN.D4 Unit D Topic 4

7.21 XXXNNN.E Unit E

7.22 XXXNNN.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Political Ideologies:

7.23 XXXNNN.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Marxism

7.24 XXXNNN.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Fascism

7.25 XXXNNN.E4 Unit E Topic 4 Gandhism

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks


Internal
8.1 40% (Class Teacher)
Assessment
8.11 Attendance 10% (75-80% 2 marks, 81-85% 4 marks, 86-90% 6 marks, 91-95% 8 marks, 96-100% 10 marks)
8.12 Homework 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)
8.13 Quiz 10% (2 Better of 3 Quiz or other Suitable Means)
Presentation/
8.14 10%
Report
Faculty
8.15 5%
Discretion
8.2 MTE 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)
8.3 ETE: 40%
References Suggested Readings:

 Badyal J.S(2011).Political Theory,Jalandhar,Punjab:Raj Publishers


 J.C.Johari, Contemporary Political Theory,New Delhi:Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
 Garner,J.W.(1950).Political Science and Government,Calcutta:Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
 H.J.,Laski(1993). Parliamentary Government in England,London,UK: Allen And Unwin
 Norman D.Palmer and Howard C.Parkins(1985). International Relations: The World Community in Transition: Delhi
9 CBS
 Rumki Basu(1993). The United Nations and Functions of an International Organization,New Delhi: Sterling Publishers
Pvt. Ltd
 S.Goodspeed,Stephen, The Nature and Function of International Organization, New York: Oxford University Press

Badyal J. S .(2014).Political Theory:Raj Publishers


9.1 Text book
Aggrawal R.C., Political Theory

Supplementary A.C. Kapoor(19830). Principles of Political Science,New Delhi:S.Chand


9.2
Reference(s)
Johari,J.C,Contemporary Political Theory,New Delhi:Sterling Publisher Pvt.Ltd
9.3 Free Software
Pedagogical
10 White/Black Board/ PPT/ Seminars/Quiz/ Extempore and Group Discussion
Methods
11. Mapping of Outcomes vs. Topics
Course Name : HVPE; Course Code: XXXNNN
OUTCOME NO  1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SYLLABUS TOPIC ↓
XXXNNN.A X
XXXNNN.A1 X
XXXNNN.A2 X
XXXNNN.A3 X
XXXNNN.B X
XXXNNN.B1 X
XXXNNN.B2 X
XXXNNN.B3 X
XXXNNN.C X X
XXXNNN.C1 X
XXXNNN.C2 X
XXXNNN.C3 X
XXXNNN.D X X X
XXXNNN.D1 X
XXXNNN.D2 X
XXXNNN.D3 X
XXXNNN.D4 X X X
XXXNNN.E X
XXXNNN.E1 X
XXXNNN.E2 X
XXXNNN.E3 X
XXXNNN.E4 X