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This course is offered as a core paper for First Semester Students of M A Political Science and Public Administration . The course analyses the evolution, major theories and ongoing debates in the discipline of Public Administration. It enables the student to develop an understanding of the contemporary approaches, theories and paradigm shifts in the field of public administration.
This course Introduces the basics of phonological theory relation between Phonetics and
Phonology, the classification of sounds, the phonemic principles' distinctive features, rule
writing, and the construct ‘syllable’. It Gives an opportunity to analyze and find out a phonological system for a language.
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 OBJECTIVES: This course covers Origin and development of Hindi Fictions In General
and Hindi novels and short stories in particular. Characterization, plot and new trends have to
be analyzed. Gain deep knowledge in various features of Hindi Fiction and
able to get a transparent picture of the origin and
development of Hindi fiction along with its vivid dimensions. Comprehend the concepts, trends and themes of Hindi Novels
and short stories; thereby arriving to its significance in modern
Hindi literature. Understand the new trends arising in the study of Hindi Novels
and short stories and know more about socio-culture,
psychological analysis through these literary works. Can access
more about the stylistic aspects of the prominent writer Agney
in the field of Hindi fiction.
CO1–Analyse the dialectics of caste, class and politics in India
CO3 –Analyse the dynamics of electoral politics in India
CO4 – Understand various debates on secularism, nationalism, communalism and democracy
CO5– Understand various theories of marginalisation and the problems of marginalised social groups in India
CO6 –Evaluate India’s Political economy and the development experience
CO1- Understand the Relevance of Global Health Security and the Role of Diplomacy in Global Health
CO2- Analyse the Geopolitics of Global Health
CO3-Understand How Global Health is Financed and the Role of Health Financing Institutions
CO4- Understand and Analyse the Challenges to Public Health System in India
CO5- Analyse the question of Equity and Justice in Global Health
CO6- Understand the Divergent Perspectives on Global Health Governance
Educational policies and teacher education are the topics
CO1: Understand the general process of democracy, mainly elections and related factors.
CO2: Understand the concepts, ideas, and debates on elections in democracy.
CO3: Evaluate elections, role of political parties and voting behaviour.
CO4: Analyze the electoral systems comparatively with the leading democratic countries of the world.
CO5: Understand the importance of psephology and election studies.
CO6: Evaluate the electoral process in India.
CO7: Understand the electoral politics in Kerala