DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
The department is committed to prepare knowledgeable students
who shall be politically conscious, morally sound and
principally devoted to the ideals of justice, equality,
liberty, fraternity, rule of law, human rights, citizenship
and democracy. A rigorous, analytical and focused
teaching/approach is necessary to achieve these goals. While
the faculty of the department recognizes that the life paths
of our students would lead them into different fields which
may not be closely related to the specific study of politics,
we seek to provide our students a basic foundation in the
areas of Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Comparative
Politics, International Relations, Public Administration, and
National/Regional Politics. We as faculty are fully committed
to achieve this mission.
Our students shall be able:
To comprehend the basic concepts in Political
To understand theoretical advances in the field.
To analyse the working of political structures/institutions.
To interpret the nature of global politics.
To discuss and debate on issues of peace, conflict, law,
governance, justice, liberty, equality, fraternity, rights and
To comprehend basic texts in the field.
To write on issues of political significance.
To inculcate leadership qualities.