Undergraduate

B.A.(Honours) Political Science

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

PO1

Students will demonstrate advanced critical thinking skills.

PO2

Students will be able to communicate to diverse audiences in a variety of contexts and genres.

PO3

Students will be able to demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centred national development.

PO4

Students will acquire the ability to recognize different value systems and ethical issues pertaining to different disciplines.

PO5

Students will be able to indulge in independent and lifelong learning in context to the changing socio-technological scenario.

PO6

Students will have the ability to use, analyze, and learn concepts, skills and theoretical orientation in a wide context and evaluate their merits/demerits in terms of application.

PO7

Students will be able to develop philanthropic attitude and empathetic understanding.

PO8

Students will be able to develop the competence to undertake subject specific as well as multidisciplinary research.

PO9

Students will be able to interpret and apply theoretical concepts in real life situations.

PO10

Students will be able to use innovation based knowledge and creative methods for the synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO11

Students will be able to pertain to ethical principles and entrust to professional ethics and responsibilities.

PO12

Students will be able to exhibit comprehension and understanding of the programmes and apply them in a multidisciplinary environment.

PO13

Students will be ignited to think and act over the solution of various issues prevailing in the human life to make the world a better place to live.

 

PS0 1

Locate, identify, analyze and evaluate diverse sources of arguments, knowledge and approaches in political science.

 

PS0 2

Identify, analyze and evaluate the historical origins of contemporary political actors, institutions and systems, and the broader historical context of current political issues and debates.

 

PS0 3

Grasp historical evolution and contemporary character of world politics. Demonstrate the ability to apply their knowledge of politics by using the major analytic and theoretical frameworks in several subfields of political science and the ability to form an argument, detect fallacies, and martial evidence, about key issues of public policy and politics.

PS0 4

Develop a thorough knowledge of theories, concepts, and research methods in the field and apply them in research design and data analysis.

 

PS0 5

Understand the world, their country, their society, as well as themselves and have awareness of ethical problems, social rights, values and responsibility to the self and to others.

PS0 6

Assess how global, national and regional developments affect society.

 

PS0 7

Have a sense of civic responsibility and a high level of moral maturity. They will have an awareness and understanding of the professionalism and ethical behaviour that guide the discipline of political science with respect to research design and practice and the principles of academic integrity.

 

PS0 8

Describe, categorize and synthesize and present ideas associated with political concepts using discipline-specific and clear language.

PS0 9

Extract and apply key ideas from both academic and popular writing and reflect on their own developing ideas and understandings and will also be able to communicate in ways that demonstrate an ability to apply learned content and concepts across political science courses.

 

PS0 10

           

To apply multidisciplinary approach in social sciences and they will be prepared for further academic study and/or for careers in the public and the private sector.

 

ANNEXURE II

 Table 2: Matrix of Course Outcomes aligned with Programme Specific Outcomes

Course

CLOs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSO1

PSO2

PSO3

PSO4

PSO5

PSO6

PSO7

PSO8

PSO9

PSO10

 

POL 111

CO1

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CO2

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CO3

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CO4

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POL 112

CO5

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CO6

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CO7

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CO8

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POL 113

CO9

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CO10

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CO11

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CO12

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POL 114

CO13

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CO14

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CO15

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POL 115

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POL 211

CO21

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CO22

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POL 212

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CO26

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CO27

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CO28

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POL 213

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CO32

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POL 214

CO33

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CO34

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CO35

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CO36

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POL 215

CO37

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CO38

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CO39

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CO40

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POL 311

CO41

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CO42

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CO44

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CO45

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POL 312

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CO47

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CO48

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POL 313

CO49

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CO50

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CO51

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CO52

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POL 314

CO53

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CO54

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CO55

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CO56

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POL 315

CO57

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CO58

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CO59

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CO60

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POL 411

CO61

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CO62

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CO63

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CO64

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POL 412

CO65

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CO66

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CO67

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CO68

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POL 413

CO69

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CO70

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CO71

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CO72

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POL 414

CO73

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CO74

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CO75

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CO76

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POL 415

CO77

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CO78

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CO79

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CO80

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POL 511

CO81

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CO82

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CO83

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CO84

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POL 512

CO85

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CO86

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CO87

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CO88

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POL 513

CO89

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CO90

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CO91

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CO92

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POL 514

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CO94

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CO95

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CO96

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POL 515

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CO99

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CO100

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POL 611

CO101

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CO102

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CO103

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CO104

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POL 612

CO105

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CO106

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CO107

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CO108

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POL 613

CO109

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CO110

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CO111

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CO112

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POL 614

CO113

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CO114

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CO115

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CO116

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POL 615

CO117

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CO118

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CO119

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CO120

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B.A.[Elective-Political Science]

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

PO1

Students will be able to acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and humanities.

PO2

Students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the theories and practices of different disciplines.

PO3

Students will acquire the ability of effective social interaction.

PO4

Students will be able to act with an informed awareness of issues through voluntary participation in civic life.

PO5

Students will acquire the ability of ethical decision making.

PO6

Students will understand the holistic issues related to environment and sustainable development.

PO7

Students will be able to engage in independent and lifelong learning.

PO8

Students will develop exceptional textual, visual, and verbal communication abilities.

PO9

Students will be able to understand the emergence of various social problems and will acquire the skills to help in the development of strategies to alleviate them.

PO10

Students will be able to appraise the attributes relevant to personal development and social functioning.

PO11

Students will be able to develop core competencies of written and oral communication, quantitative reasoning, information literacy and critical thinking.

PO12

Students will be able to develop a critical temper, communicate effectively on various activities and make effective presentations.

PO13

Students will be able to apply the knowledge to the solution of complex problems.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’S)

PS0 1

Develop anin-depth knowledge of the key concepts and fundamental principles of Political Science.

 

PS0 2

Evaluate the international political events and formulate their views and positions on international affairs with advanced oral and written skills

 

PS0 3

Interpret and relate theoretical concepts with contemporary issues of politics.

 

PS0 4

Develop the ability to interpret the  meaning of various theories and approaches and evaluate their merits/demerits in terms of application.

 

PS0 5

Appraise the attributes relevant to assess how global, national and regional developments affect society

 

PS0 6

Correlate the basic concept and ideological orientations of political science discipline and will be able to apply it in contemporary situation.

 

PS0 7

Demonstrate critical thinking, including the ability to form an argument, detect fallacies, and martial evidence, about key issues of public policy and politics.

 

PS0 8

Interpret various political issues in context of contemporary dynamics. Acquire skills which help develop an individual to deal effectively with the many choices, challenges, and opportunities that come their way throughout life.

 

PS0 9

Understand the decisions human beings make in political settings, including those regarding the forms of government available and understand the philosophical underpinnings of various  political systems, major ideologies, and political parties.

PS0 10

Develop the ability to make logical inferences about social and political issues on the basis of comparative and historical knowledge.

 

 

Table 2: Matrix of Course Outcomes aligned with Programme Specific Outcomes

 

Course

COs

PSO1

PSO2

PSO3

PSO4

PSO5

PSO6

PSO7

PSO8

PSO9

PSO10

POL 101

CO1

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CO2

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CO3

 

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CO4

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POL 102

CO5

 

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CO6

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CO7

 

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CO8

 

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POL 103

CO9

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CO10

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CO11

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CO12

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POL 201

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CO14

 

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POL 301

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CO63

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CO64

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POL 602

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CO66

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CO67

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CO68

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