Welcome To Politics Department

'Short Term Course Lectures'

'Teacher Day Celebration'

'Visit to World Parliament '

'Republic Day Celebration'

'Dr. Prakash Pawar - Guest Lecture'

'Guest lecture by Bhausaheb Ajbe'

'Constitution Day Celebration'

About Department

We are encourages methodological and intellectual pluralism.The Department of Political Science offers graduate and post graduate programme to students interested in learning about the political world around them, and analise political process and relates the events to political thinking,philosophy.Political Science department encourage students to involve in social activities, as well as analise government and related fields.

The department's accomplishments are not limited to its faculty.Our students at the undergraduate levels are also regularly invited to present their papers at national or regional conferences.The study of Government and Politics gives our students broad training in political science and is especially useful in preparation for the further study of the discipline at the post-graduate level.This subject also accommodates students wishing to enter public service or who are interested in public administration or law school.Those wishing to enter public service or are interested in the study of public administration at the post-graduate level greatly benefited from the subject. With the help of Political Science programs, students analyze the fundamental theories and philosophies of government, economy,and civil society; and apply them to contemporary political systems.They can compare and contrast complex political issues and events within the context of the diverse political systems around the Global world.Students are prepared to enter positions within the government at the federal, state, and local levels or within the private sector as government relations specialists,public policy mangers,and contractors.The subject enables students to start or advance career in political science. Specialization in Political Science at S.Y.B.A.started from 1993.

Year of Establishment: 1992



 The Department of Political Science sensitizes students towards Political and Social Activities,  thereby fostering skills to Relate Social transformations and political Awairness in Society, to encourage students to research, business, and publishing.



  1. To enhance the analytical thinking in sence of social transformation of the students.
  2. To appreciate and analyze Political Events and Public Policies from various perspectives.
  3. To prepare students to perceive themselves as professionals in Social Work, Teaching and Research.
  4. To promote Democratic Secular Values & preserve and awairness about Indian Nation Building Process.

Department Program and Courses


Level of the ptogramme

Name of the Programme





BA Political Science

3 years

F.Y.B.A,S.Y.B.A, T.Y.B.A. 



MA Political Science

2 years

 MAPart IMAPart II,


Short Term Courses

1. Introduction to Indian Constitution

2. Right to Information

Both          40 Days



Sr.No. Course Name Course Details Year Document
1 F.Y.B.A.` Paper-G1 Indian Government and Politics 2013-14 to 2017-18 fyba.pdf
2 S.Y.B.A.` Paper-G2 Political Theory & Concepts 2014-15 to 2017-18 syba g2.pdf
3 S.Y.B.A. Paper-S1 Western Political Thought 2014-15 to 2017-18 syba s1.pdf
4 S.Y.B.A. Paper-S2 Political Sociology 2014-15 to 2017-18 syba s2.pdf
5 T.Y.B.A. Paper-G3 Political Ideologies 2015-16 to 2017-18 tyba g3.pdf
6 T.Y.B.A. Paper-S3 Public Administration 2015-16 to 2017-18 tyba s3.pdf
7 T.Y.B.A. Paper-S4 International politics 2015-16 to 2017-18 tyba s4.pdf


Sr.No. Course Name Course Details Year Document
1 M.A. Part I Sem I POC1: Political Theory 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC1.pdf
2 M.A. Part I Sem I POC2: Public Administration 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC2.pdf
3 M.A. Part I Sem I POC3: Political Institutions in India 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC3.pdf
4 M.A. Part I Sem I POO1: Modern Political Ideologies 2013-14 to 2017-18 POO1.pdf
5 M.A. Part I Sem II POC4: Public Policy 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC4.pdf
6 M.A. Part I Sem II POC5: Issue in World Politics 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC5.pdf
7 M.A. Part I Sem II POC6: Comparative Politics 2013-14 to 2017-18 POC6.pdf
8 M.A. Part I Sem II POO5: Political Process in Maharashtra 2013-14 to 2017-18 POO5.pdf
9 M.A. Part II Sem III POC7: Political Thinking in Modern India 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC7.pdf
10 M.A. Part II Sem III POC8: Political Sociology 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC8.pdf
11 M.A. Part II Sem III POC9: Theory of International Relations 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC9.pdf
12 M.A. Part II Sem III POO10: Indian Administration 2014-15 to 2017-18 POO10.pdf
13 M.A. Part II Sem IV POC10: Traditions of Political Thoughts 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC10.pdf
14 M.A. Part II Sem IV POC11: Political Process in India 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC11.pdf
15 M.A. Part II Sem IV POC12: Political Participation 2014-15 to 2017-18 POC12.pdf
16 M.A. Part II Sem IV POO14: Party System In India 2014-15 to 2017-18 POO14.pdf

  Teaching Methods

1)Lecture- Lectures of 48 minutes and there will be four per week for each first each second, third year courses and four lectures of 60 minits for M.A. courses. Lectures take place in classrooms, with one teacher responsible for each course.

2) Tutorial- For every student their will be minimum four toutorial in Year which take place on as surprise test.

3) Unit Test- for B.A. students their is no compulsory test as per guidlines, but we did it couple of time in a Year. For MA students organised  Unit test as shedule. 

4) Project- for P.G. Students every student has one project for 10marks.

5) Group Discussion- as a joint meeting and semester end seminar we encourage students for group discussion.

6) Seminar.

7) Assignment,

8) Library Work,

9) Google Classroom Notes - Video lectures by different eminent teachers are shown to the students during practical sessions. Videos of practical demonstrations shown to the students as well as notes of lectures uplode on various occassions. 

10) Audio Clips on Syllabus- we provide Available Audio Clips on google claassroom. 

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For online lectures/Notes: Google Classroom