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    Download University of North Bengal Directorate of Distance Education Master of Arts in Political Science Part I International Relations: Theories and Problems Exam Previous Years Question Papers

    The Directorate of Distance Education of North Bengal University offers PG courses in different subjects like political science, philosophy, Nepali, Mathematics, history, English and Bengali.

    About M.A. Political Science course:

    This course is divided into two parts being Part I and Part II, which denotes first and second year of the course. The total marks allotted for this course is 1000, which includes 500 marks for first year and 500 marks for second year. The 500 marks allotted for the first year is divided into 50 marks each for nine papers and 50 marks for assignment. The names of the nine paper offered in the first year of the course are as follows:

    Political Thought (Western Political Thought)
    Main Currents of Political Thought in India (Emphasis on Modern India)
    Indian Politics: Structure and Setting
    Indian Politics: Process and Issues
    Public administration: Approaches, Principles and Theories
    Development Administration (with special reference to Indian Administration)
    International Relations: Theories and Problems
    Contemporary Political Issues
    Western Political Theory: Approaches, Models and Theories

    About International Relations: Theories and Problems paper:

    This paper is called as Paper VII of the M.A. Political Science course and the syllabus for this course includes chapters under the following heads:

    Unit I: Theories, ideas and ideologies in international relations
    Unit II: Key approaches and debates
    Unit III: Decision making theory
    Unit IV: Theories of Political Economy
    Unit V: Some current issues

    Previous Years Question papers:

    Past question papers of International relations: theories and problems paper for the year 2003 to 2010 are given in the attachment.





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