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Department of Political Science


ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The beginning of the department commensurate with the establishment of the college in 1966.

COURSES OFFERED

Courses Offered

Duration

Seats

Academic Qualification

Undergraduate (B.A)

3 Years

Open

                    10+2

 

FACULTY

Teaching Staff

Name & Email

No. of Public
ations

No. of Books

Oral/
poster

presentation

Conferences/
seminar Attended
Workshop Attended

Refresher/
Orientation courses attended/FDP/STTP

Area of Specialization

Research Guidance
2018-2019

Ms. Punit

M.A; M. Phil (NET)

(punitbhagatsingh@gmail.com)

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International Relations

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 Ms. Jaspreet Kaur

M.A (NET); Ph.D (Pursuing)

(preetibagga786@gmail.com)

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Indian Politics

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Ms. Reema Arora

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Ms. Arjinder Kaur

(arjinder kaur11@gmail.com)
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Seminar : 1

Workshops: 3
- International Relations -
2019-20

Ms. Punit

(punitbhagatsingh@gmail.com)

- - - - - International Politics -

Ms. Aishwarya Arora

(aish.arora72@gmail.com)

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Workshop : 1

International Seminar (April, 2020) : 1

- Indian Politics Dalit Feminism -

Ms. Jaspreet Kaur

(preetibagga786@gmail.com)

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Workshop : 1

International Conference : 1

International Webinar : 1

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Ms. Meenu Bala

(meenubala1994@gmail.com)
- - - Workshop : 1 - Gender and Development -

Mr. Pavitarbir Singh

 

(pavitarbirsingh@yahoo.com) 

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Workshop :1

(July, 2020)

Webinar : 1

(June, 2020)

FDP(2019) : 1 Climate Change and Agriculture, Comparative Politics and Foreign Policy Of India -
2020-21

Ms. Punit

(punitbhagatsingh@gmail.com)

- - - - - International Politics -

Ms. Aishwarya Arora

(aish.arora72@gmail.com)

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Workshops: 1

International Seminar (April, 2020): 1

Webinars: 08
(July-Sept,2020)

- Indian Politics
Dalit Feminism
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Mr. Pavitarbir Singh

(pavitarbirsingh@yahoo.com) 

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Workshops: 1

(July, 2020)

Webinars: 05

(June-Sept, 2020)

FDP (2019): 1 Climate Change and Agriculture, Comparative Politics and Foreign Policy Of India -

Ms. Jaspreet Kaur

(preetibagga786@gmail.com)

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Workshop: 1

International Conference: 1

International Webinar: 1

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Mr. Hushiar Singh
(hushiar.pol@gmail.com)
01 Chapter in Edited Book: 1 -

Seminar/Conference: 3

Symposium: 1

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Indian Politics

Punjab Politics

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INFRASTRUCTURE 

  1. A well-furnished Faculty Room
  2. Classrooms for the undergraduate classes are allotted as per timetable in the main building of the college and smart classrooms are also available  on  demand.
  3. A decent array of intellectual and student friendly books are available in the main library of the college.

 

ACTIVITIES ORGANISED BY THE DEPARTMENT

2018-19
S. No DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY DATE

1.

Extension Lecture by Ms. Janaki Srinivasan on the topic “Is A Welfare State Democratic?”

The lecture helped the students to relate the theoretical aspects of the syllabus with the current notions of welfare state and ensure conceptual clarity for the same. Her insights on the state of democracy in India were extremely relevant and benefitted the students of Political Science to a great extent.

19th November, 2018

2.

Expert Lecture by Prof. Bhupinder Brar on the topic “Is Globalization Dead?”

The expert lecture highlighted the tug of war between globalization and nationalism in the contemporary times. With Prof. Brar’s expertise and research experience of 35 years, the lecture turned out to be an eye opener for both the students as well as the faculty, unleashing a new perspective on gloabalization.

27th February, 2019

2019-2020

S. No

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES

DATE

1.

Expert Lecture by Prof. Ashutosh Kumar on the topic “Indian Democracy: Institutional and Constitutional Framework.”

The expert lecture provided for a conceptual clarity to students about the notions of procedural and substantive democracy. Along with its theoretical insights, it helped students raise questions on the contemporary challenges being faced by Indian democracy with a discussion on prospective solutions.

 21st September, 2019

2.

Panel Discussion by Prof. Bhupinder Brar, Prof. Mohammed Khalid and Dr. Deepak K. Singh on the topic “Conflict and Peace in South Asia.”

The Panel Discussion brought to the forefront some of the very important themes associated with conflict and peace in South Asia such as the Process of Othering through Boundaries, Strategic instabilities, Inter-state trust deficit caused conflicts and insurgencies. The diverse specialization of the Panelists and an enriching question-answer round provided the students with a thought-provoking insight into the theme. 

26th  February,2020