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    Programme Outline

    S.N. Stream Faculty In-charge (s) Mode of Evaluation

    No. of Sessions

    Credit

    A.I Basic Module: Theories and Concepts

    A.I.1 Dynamics of Public Administration C. Sheela Reddy, Sachin Chowdhry, Mamta Pathania

    WE16 1.0

    A.I.2 Contemporary Political Debates Dolly Arora GR and P 16 1.0

    A.I.3 Administrative Law Sapna Chadah CC 10 0.5

    A.I.4 Economic Policy

    A.I.4.1 Economic Policy, Trade and Globalisation K.K. Pandey, Geethanjali Nataraj

    WE

    8

    1.0A.I.4.2 Sustainable Agriculture and Risk

    ManagementAshok Vishandass, Anupam Sarkar 8

    A.I. 5 Research Methodology and Methods

    A.I. 5.1 Approach to Writing of Synopsis and Dissertation

    Ashok Vishandass

    RP and IP 16 1.0A.I.5.2 Research Methods for Social Sciences

    including Hands on SPSSRoma Debnath

    Sub-Total of A.I 74 4.5

    A.II Thematic Module: Policy, Administration and Governance

    A.II.1 Managing Human Resources in Organizations including Stress Management

    Neetu Jain, Anjali Dhengle

    GA16 1.0

    A.II.2 Public Finance V.N. Alok A 8 0.5

    A.II.3 Financial Management Geethanjali Nataraj CS 8 0.5

    A.II.4 Public Policy : Global and Indian Concerns Sachin Chowdhry, G. Mohapatra

    A8 0.5

    A.II.5 Ethics in Governance K.K. Pandey, Suresh Misra CS 8 0.5

    A.II.6 Gender in Development Nupur Tiwari A 8 0.5

    A.II.7 e-Governance and Cyber Security Charru Malhotra (6 sessions), Surabhi Pandey (4 sessions) A

    10 0.5

    Sub-Total of A.II 66 4.0

    A.III Critical Concerns in Governance

    A.III.1 Environment and Climate Change T. Chatterjee, V. K. Sharma, Shyamli Singh

    A16 1.0

    A.III.2 Disaster and Sustainable Development V. K. Sharma, Shyamli Singh A 8 0.5

    A.III.3 Indian Social System Saket Bihari GA 8 0.5

    A.III.4 Social Justice and the Underprivileged

    A.III.4.1 Social Justice : Equity and Harmony C. Sheela ReddyA

    60.5

    A.III.4.2 The Underprivileged and Governance Kusum Lata and Saket Bihari 4

    A.III.5 Development Challenges in Tribal Areas : LWE and PESA

    Nupur Tiwari A 8 0.5

    A.III.6 Operations Management Pawan K. Taneja MCQ 8 0.5

    A.III.7 Consumer Protection: Laws and Policies Suresh Misra, Sapna Chadah, Mamta Pathania

    GR and P8 0.5

    Sub-Total of A.III 66 4.0

    LWE: Left Wing Extremism

    PESA: Panchayats Extension to the Scheduled Areas

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    S.N. Stream Faculty In-charge (s) Mode of Evaluation

    No. of Sessions

    Credit

    A.IV One Elective to be chosen out of four offered as given below:

    A.IV.1 Development and Management of Infrastructure Projects

    Kusum Lata, Anupam Sarkar GP 8 0.5

    A.IV.2 Public Health Administration Pawan K. Taneja GP 8 0.5A.IV.3 Dynamics of Indian Diaspora: Migration,

    Adaptation and Overseas Indian Communities

    G. Mohapatra GP 8 0.5

    A.IV.4 International Organizations, International Relations

    Manan Dwivedi A 8 0.5

    Sub-Total of Elective 8 0.5

    B Experiential

    B.I Experiential Presentations T. Chatterjee,Ashok Vishandass, Kusum Lata

    IP 25 1.0

    B.II Rural Field Visit (Rural areas in districts of Mysore, NCR Haryana, Varanasi, Pimpri-Chinchwad East Siang): To Study Rural Development and Administration

    Ashok Vishandass, Nupur Tiwari, Girish Kumar, Saket Bihari, Anupam Sarkar

    GR and P 10 1.0

    B.III Urban Field Visit (Mysore, NCR Haryana, Varanasi, Pune, Pasighat): To Study Urban Development and Administration

    K.K. Pandey, Kusum Lata, Sachin Chowdhry, Sujit Kumar Pruseth, Amit Kumar Singh

    GR and P 10 1.0

    B.IV Foreign Study Tour: Study of Governance, Institutions and Innovations in select countries (Two groups of countries to be chosen: (Australia and Indonesia), (China and Vietnam), (France and Mozambique), (Germany and Kenya), (Spain and South Africa))

    Ashok Vishandass, Kusum Lata

    GR and P 4 1.0

    Sub-Total of B 49 4.0

    C Dissertation and Viva-Voce

    C.I Complete Dissertation Report Faculty Guide D 300 5.0C.II Viva-Voce Board headed by Director V V 15 1.0

    Sub-Total of C 315 6.0

    D Co-curricular Activities

    D.I Debating Sessions / Sports T. Chatterjee, Ashok Vishandass, Kusum Lata and Amitabh Ranjan

    0.5

    D.II Overall Assessment T. Chatterjee, Ashok Vishandass and Kusum Lata 0.5

    Sub-Total of Co-curricular Activities 1.0

    Grand Total 578 24.0

    E Non-Credit Inputs: Lectures/Workshops/Seminars/ Panel Discussions

    E.I Lectures by eminent Speakers and educational visits within NCR

    T. Chatterjee, Ashok Vishandass, Kusum Lata

    Notes: 1. For an elective stream to be conducted, at least 8 participants have to opt.

    2. Two weeks field visits, with one week each to rural and urban areas, to be undertaken in continuity.

    A Assignment

    CC Case Comments

    CS Case Study

    D Dissertation

    GA Group Assignment

    GP Group Presentation

    GR and P Group Report and Presentation

    IP Individual Presentation and Case Submission

    MCQ Multiple Choice Question

    RP and IP Research Proposal and Individual Presentation

    V V Viva-Voce

    WE Written Examination

    Acronyms

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8 Programme Outline S.N. Stream Faculty In-charge (s) Mode of Evaluation No. of Sessions Credit A.I Basic Module: Theories and Concepts A.I.1 Dynamics of Public Administration C. Sheela Reddy, Sachin Chowdhry, Mamta Pathania WE 16 1.0 A.I.2 Contemporary Political Debates Dolly Arora GR and P 16 1.0 A.I.3 Administrative Law Sapna Chadah CC 10 0.5 A.I.4 Economic Policy A.I.4.1 Economic Policy, Trade and Globalisation K.K. Pandey, Geethanjali Nataraj WE 8 1.0 A.I.4.2 Sustainable Agriculture and Risk Management Ashok Vishandass, Anupam Sarkar 8 A.I. 5 Research Methodology and Methods A.I. 5.1 Approach to Writing of Synopsis and Dissertation Ashok Vishandass RP and IP 16 1.0 A.I.5.2 Research Methods for Social Sciences including ‘Hands on SPSS’ Roma Debnath Sub-Total of A.I 74 4.5 A.II Thematic Module: Policy, Administration and Governance A.II.1 Managing Human Resources in Organizations including Stress Management Neetu Jain, Anjali Dhengle GA 16 1.0 A.II.2 Public Finance V.N. Alok A 8 0.5 A.II.3 Financial Management Geethanjali Nataraj CS 8 0.5 A.II.4 Public Policy : Global and Indian Concerns Sachin Chowdhry, G. Mohapatra A 8 0.5 A.II.5 Ethics in Governance K.K. Pandey, Suresh Misra CS 8 0.5 A.II.6 Gender in Development Nupur Tiwari A 8 0.5 A.II.7 e-Governance and Cyber Security Charru Malhotra (6 sessions), Surabhi Pandey (4 sessions) A 10 0.5 Sub-Total of A.II 66 4.0 A.III Critical Concerns in Governance A.III.1 Environment and Climate Change T. Chatterjee, V. K. Sharma, Shyamli Singh A 16 1.0 A.III.2 Disaster and Sustainable Development V. K. Sharma, Shyamli Singh A 8 0.5 A.III.3 Indian Social System Saket Bihari GA 8 0.5 A.III.4 Social Justice and the Underprivileged A.III.4.1 Social Justice : Equity and Harmony C. Sheela Reddy A 6 0.5 A.III.4.2 The Underprivileged and Governance Kusum Lata and Saket Bihari 4 A.III.5 Development Challenges in Tribal Areas : LWE and PESA Nupur Tiwari A 8 0.5 A.III.6 Operations Management Pawan K. Taneja MCQ 8 0.5 A.III.7 Consumer Protection: Laws and Policies Suresh Misra, Sapna Chadah, Mamta Pathania GR and P 8 0.5 Sub-Total of A.III 66 4.0 LWE: Left Wing Extremism PESA: Panchayats Extension to the Scheduled Areas
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