Programme Outcome (PsO)
Political Science is the basic compulsory courses that have been included in the Honours and non- Honours in UG level.This course enables students to develop an understanding of the basic concepts in political theory and engage in critical analysis of the subject. The subject also gives an opportunity to the students to dwell upon contemporary theories and views of scholars creating a deeper understanding and gain knowledge. The deptt. motivate and inform the students about the opportunities and a future prospects in the field and also to inculcate the values of tolerance, progressiveness and fraternity that contributes towards the making of a healthy and prosperous society.
B.A Political Science (Honours)
Course Title:- Understanding Political Theory
Course Code: C-1
Course Outcome: This course introduce the students to the idea of Political Theory, its history and approaches, and an assessment of its critical and contemporary trends.
Course Title:-Constitutional Government and Democracy in India
Course Outcome: This course acquaints with the constitutional design of states structures and institutions, and their actual working over time. The Indian Constitution accommodates conflicting impulses ( of liberty and justice, territorial decentralization and a strong union for instance) within itself. The course traces the embodiment of some of these conflicts in constitutional provisions and shows how these have played out in political practice.
Course title:-Nationalism in India
Course Outcome: The purpose of the course is to help students understand the struggle of Indian people against colonialism. It seeks to achieve this understanding by looking at this struggle from different theoretical perspectives that highlight its different dimensions. The course begins with the nineteenth century Indian responses to colonial dominance in the form of reformism and its criticism and continues through various phases up to the events leading to the Partition and Independence. The course tries to highlight its various conflicts and contradictions by focusing on its different dimensions: communalism, class struggle, caste and gender questions.
Course Title:- Political Theory- Concepts and Debates
Course Code :- C-3
Course Outcome:- The course helps the students familiarize with the basic normative concepts of political theory. Further this course introduces the students to the important debates in the subject.
Course Title:-Political Process in India
Course Outcome:- This course maps the working of ‘modern’ institutions, premised on the existence of an individual society, in a context marked by communitarian solidarities, and their mutual transformation thereby. It also familiarizes students with the working of the Indian state, paying attention to the contradictory dynamics of modern state power.
Course Title:- Feminism: Theory and Practice
Course Outcome:-The aim of the course is to explain contemporary debates on feminism and the history of feminist struggles. Along with a discussion on construction of gender and understanding of complexity of patriarchy and goes on to analysis theoretical debates within feminism, it also cover the history of feminism in the west, socialist societies and in anti-colonial struggle, further a gendered analysis of Indian society, economy and polity with a view to understanding the structures of gender inequalities.
Course Title:- Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics
Course Outcome:-The purpose of this course is to familiarize the students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. More specifically the course will focus on examining politics in a historical framework while engaging with various themes of comparative analysis in developed and developing countries.
Course Title:-Perspectives on Public Administration
Course Outcome:-This course encompasses Public Administration in its historical context with an emphasis on the various classical and contemporary administrative theories.
Course Title:-Perspectives on International Relations and World History
Course Outcome:-This course seeks to equip students with the basic intellectual tools for understanding International Relations. It introduces students to some of the most important theoretical approaches for studying international relation.–
Course Title:- Governance: Issues and Challenges
Course Outcome:-This Course deals with concepts and different dimensions of governance
Course Title:-Politics of Globalisation
Course Title:-Human Rights in Comparative Perspective
Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective
Public Policy and Administration in India
Gandhi and the Contemporary World
Politics of Globalisation
Democratic Awareness with Legal Literacy
Classical Political Philosophy
Modern Indian Political Thought-I
Contemporary Politics in Assam
Development Process and Social Movement in Contemporary India
Peace and Conflict Resolution
Modern Political Philosophy
Indian Political Thought –II
Public Policy In India
India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing World
Evaluation Report of the Departments:
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1. Name of the department : POLITICAL SCIENCE
2. Year of establishment : 1972
3. Names of programmes / courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil, Ph.D, Integrated Masters, Integrated PH.D., etc) : UG Programme
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved : N/A
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system(programme wise) : SEMESTER
6. Participation of department in the course offered by other departments : N/A
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institution, etc. : N/A
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any)with reasons : No
9. Number of Teaching post
Two contractual basis
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph. D./M. Phil., etc)
No. of Years Of Experience
No of Ph. D. Students guided for the last 4 years
Mrs Minati Hazarika
Sri Bhaskar Neog
11. List of senior visiting faculty : Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty : Nil
13. Student – teacher Ratio (programme wise) : 63:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff, sanctioned and filled : Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D.Sc./D. Litt./M.Phil./ PG
M.Phil – 03
16. Number of faculty with ongoing project from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received : Nil
17. Departmental project funded by DST-FIST, UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received : Nil
18. Research Center/facility recognized by the University : Nil
19. Publications :
- a. Publication per faculty
- b. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals(national/international) by faculty and students : 01 (One)
- c. Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Science; Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : Nil
- d. Monographs
- e. Chapter in Books
- f. Books Edited
- g. Books with ISBN? ISSN numbers with details of publication
- h. Citation Index
- i. SNIP
- j. SJR
- k. Impact factor
- l. H-index
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated : Nil
21. Faculty as members in
- a) National committee
- b) International Committee
- c) Editorial Boards
22. Student Projects
- a) Percentage of students who have done in-house project including inter departmental / programme : 3%
- b) Percentage of students placed for project in organizations outside the institution i.e. in Research laboratories / Industry / other agencies : Nil
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students : Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department : Nil
25. Seminars / Conference / Workshops organized & the source of funding
- a. National – Nil
- b. International – Nil
26. Student profile programme / course wise :
Name of the Course/Programme (refer question no 4)
Applications received gbgfbgbbbbbfffg
Pass percentage hhhhhhhh
TDC(BA) Final, 2011
TDC(BA) Final, 2012
BA 6th Semester, 2014
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the Course
% of students from the same state
% of students from others States
% of students from abroad
3 year Degree Course
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examination such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc? – Nil
29. Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil
PG to Ph.D
Ph. D to Post-Doctoral
· Campus selection
· Others than campus recruitment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
- a. Library – Central
- b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students – Central
- c. Class rooms with ICT facility – Audio mode of teaching has been provided with in some class room : Central
- d. Laboratories – Not applicable
31. Numbers of students receiving financial assistance from college, University, government or other agencies : As per Govt. Rule
32. Details on student enrichment programmed (special lectures/workshops seminar) with external experts :
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning : Additional classes and other methods adopted to improve student library
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities : The students and the faculty members regularly participate in the activities of Social Responsibility and Extension organized by the college NSS Unit, IQAC, Green Audit Cell, Red Ribbon Club, etc. A village called No. 2 Bangali Tipomia has been adopted by the college and a socio-economic survey of the said village has been done in June, 2014.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and future plans :
Strength: A group of dedicated teachers. Rate of pass percentage in the final Examinations has been increased.
Weakness: Insufficient teaching staff, study materials, audio-visual teaching aids, inferiority complex of the students and insufficient classroom.
Opportunities: Ready to being PG course in History.
Challenges: To develop the infrastructural facilities of the department. To motivate students to prepare themselves for higher studies.
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8. Contact Details
*Name of the Principal : Dr. Jyotimala Gohain
*Name of the Institution : Tingkhong College
*City : Dibrugarh
*Pin Code : 786612
*Accredited Status : C+
*Work Phone : 9435324948
*Website : www.tingkhongcollege.edu.in
*Mobile : 9435324948
*E-mail : [email protected]
If the college has already undergone the accreditation process by NACC, please highlight the significant quality sustenance and enhancement measures undertaken during the last four years. The narrative may not exceed five pages.