The course analyses the evolution, scope and significance of studying International Political Economy (IPE), and its theories. It enables the student to develop a critical perspective on the major issues in international political economic order and make them explore the ways to address the issues confronted by the major economies of the world / international economic order from an IPE perspective.
Course Learning Outcomes:
CO1 – Understand and observe the evolution and ongoing debates to the discipline of Public Administration
CO2 – Identify and analyse different approaches to the study of Public Administration
CO3 – Introduce and evaluate various theories of Public Administration
CO4 – Survey and discuss the paradigm shift in the field of public administration
CO5 – Compare and estimate the changing nature and challenges to the study of Comparative and Development Administration
CO6– Develop an understanding about the Contemporary discourses in public administration
This is an elective paper for Second Semester Students of Political Science
HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
On finishing of the course, students should be able to:
CO1: Explain the evolution of the idea of Human rights
CO2: Compare different approaches on Human rights
CO3: Critically analyse provisions of UDHR
CO4: Judge human rights violations from the vantage point of Indian constitutional provisions
CO5: Seek remedial measures for the human right violations through judicial means.