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Parangat (M. A.) In Political Science
(Regular)


Course Information
The M.A Political Science course has been designed on the basis of credit base with continuous internal evaluation system as per the guidelines of the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. This course includes internal and external evaluation in the ratio of 60:40.

Eligibility:
Any Graduation from recognized university (Indian Nationals).
Foreign student can be admitted only after the fulfillment of the following conditions:-
1. The student must produce the student visa, medical certificate at the time of admission.
2. The student must produce passport and police registration papers.
3. The mark sheet and the degree certificate along with its attested / certified Xerox copies. Migration certificate is necessary.
4. Admission will be confirmed after a personal Interview.
5. Any compliance with the queries from police commissioner in this respect shall be the student’s own responsibility.
6. Student should satisfy the University about th6. Student should satisfy the University about the condition of eligibility and admission prescribed by the Government of India.
CBCS Pattern / Semester Pattern
M.A Political Science 1st year introduced Choice based Credit System (CBCS) 60:40 Pattern.
Structure of Programme
(CBCS Semester Pattern)
For The Detail Structure Click Here
Papers / Structure and Syllabus Of Programme
For The M.A. Political Science Syllabus 2017-18 Click Here

For The M.A. Part II Political Science CBCS Reg & Ext 2016-17 Click Here

For The M.A. Part I Political Science 2015-16 New Click Here

For The M.A. Part II (2015-16) Detail Structure / Papers Click Here

For The M.A. Part I (2015-16) Detail Structure / Papers Click Here
For The M.A. Part II (2016-17) Detail Structure / Papers Click Here
Passing Criteria (CBCS Pattern):
Evaluation for Chaise Based Credit Semester System 60:40 Pattern: Semester–end examination will be held twice in a year in the months of December and May each year. Internal assessment would be done during each semester as a part of continuous assessment on the basis of the participation of a student in activities like group discussion, Paper Presentation, Assignment- Tutorials, Seminar, Workshop, Class Test, Article writings, Field Visit, Field Work, Report writing, Open Discussion, Election survey etc. New Chaise Based Credit Semester System 60:40 Pattern is being introduced with effect from the academic year 2013-14. The student must appear for 16 papers for four semesters in two years. The scheme of the examination will be divided into internal and external assessment for 40% and 60% marks respectively. The minimum passing marks in each mode of evaluation will be 40%. Eighty percent attendance is compulsory, failing which the term will not be granted. Papers for M.A. Political Science (Semester – I, II, III and IV)
Instructions for M.A. Students
1. Curriculum for Regular students:-
M.A. Course will be divided into four semesters. Examination will be held at the end of each Semester. The course structure has been designed on the basis of credit base with continuous internal evaluation system as per the guidelines of the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. This course includes internal and external evaluation in the ratio of 60:40. The details of the course structure have been given below.
2. Duration of Syllabus:-
In case of any change in partial or full syllabus of the course, the examination of the previous syllabus will be conducted only for three consecutive times and the repeaters should clear their backlog of the previous syllabus within these three examinations.
3. Evaluation:-
Credit System for Regular Students
Only regular students for M.A. Political Science course should note that a new credit system Semester Pattern is being introduced with effect from the academic year 2013-14. The student must appear for 16 papers in two years. They should contact their respective departments to get the syllabus and necessary information. The scheme of the examination will be divided into internal and external assessment for 50% and 50% marks respectively. The minimum passing marks in each mode of evaluation will be 40%. Eighty percent attendance is compulsory for regular students, failing which the term will not be granted. Papers for M.A. Political Science (Semester – I, II, III and IV) The papers for M.A. Political Science are as below:-
Credit Scheme:-
• Four credits per paper.
• Sixteen credits per semester.
• Sixty four credits for the entire course.
• Forty – eight teaching hours per paper per semester.
• Twelve teaching hours per unit during the semesters.
• Four units for each paper per semester.
• Four teaching hours per paper per week.
Grading System
Marks Grade Grade Point
100 to 75 O (Outstanding) 06
74 to 65 A (Very Good) 05
64 to 55 B (Good) 04
54 to 50 C (Average) 03
49 to 45 D (Satisfactory) 02
44 to 40 E (Pass) 01
39 to 00 F (Fail) 00
Grade Point Average can be calculated
Grade Point Average = Total Grade Point Earned X Credit hrs for each course.
                                  = Total Credit Hours
Admission Procedure
Admission is open during every academic year in the months of June/July/August /September
Last date for M.A. for Regular students is 31st August
Fee Structure(In Rupees)
(Fees applicable for current acedemic year.)
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Examination Schedule
Annually in the month of May every year. (Supplementary exam is also held in the month of December)
Scholarship
The scholarship is given through social welfare department of Maharashtra Government for SC/ST students.
• Student of SC/ST can apply for Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship-UGC(RGNF).
• Government of India Scholarship for SC/ST Candidates
• Minority Students can apply for Maulana Azad National Fellowship - UGC.
• Indira Gandhi Scholarship for single Girl Child - UGC.
• Merit scholarship for university rank holders - UGC.
• Post Doctral SC/ST & Woman (Unemployed Ph.d Holder).
• Students can apply for abroad fellowships like Fulbrite etc.
Academic Plan
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Schedule of Examination
• Semester–end examination will be held twice in a year in the months of December and May each year.
• Internal assessment will be done during each semester as a part of continuous assessment.
Exit Points (Future Opportunities)
Those students will complete Master in Political Science:-

1. Students can confidently appear for Eligibility Examinations like NET and SET. Eligible candidates can join as lecturer in the colleges to impart knowledge to student.
2. Student can pursue higher education such as M.Phil and Ph.D. in political science.
3. Students can confidently appear for Competitive Examinations like MPSC and UPSC.
4. Student can work with private and public sector as well as NGOs
5. Student can take active part in social and political movements.
6. Student can start career as a free hold journalist.
7. Student can start carrier as Research Assistant and letter can handle independently research project etc.
8. Student can start their own ‘consultancy services to provide input for Political leaders, Political Parties, NGO’s and Planning Commission.
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