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For Regular and Distance Education Maximum Marks : 100 Time : 3 Hours (Theory 70 and Internal Assessment 30) Pass Marks : 35 For Private Students Max. Marks: 100 Time allowed: 3 hrs. Pass Marks: 35% SECTION -A 1. Significance of State Politics and Theoretical Framework for the study of State Politics. 2. Constitutional Framework for the State-Governor, Chief Minister, Council of Ministers and Legislature. 3. Determinants of State Politics. 4. Centre-State Relationship: Areas of tension and demand for State Autonomy. 12
SECTION -B 5. Patterns of State Politics. 6. Ideology, Organisation, Support Base and Electoral Performance of Regional Political Parties in North India with special reference to SAD, PDP and National Conference. 7. Ideology, Organisation, Support Base and Electoral Performance of Regional Political Parties in South India with special reference to DMK, AIADMK and TDP. 8. Recommendations of National Commission on Constitutional Review on the State Politics. READINGS 1. G. Austin : Working a Democratic Constitution : The Indian Experience, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2000. 2. P. Chatterjee (ed.) : States and Politics in India, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997. 3. A. Chanda : Federalism in India A Study of Union-State Relations, London, George Allden & Unwin, 1965. 4. P. R. Brass : Caste, Faction and Party in Indian Politics, Vol. 2, Delhi, Chanakya Publications, 1984-1985. 5. P. R. Brass : Language, Religion and Politics in North India, London, Cambridge Press, 1974. 6. Z. Hassan : Politics and States in India, New Delhi, Sage, 2000. 7. Iqbal Narain (ed.) : State Politics in India, Vo. I & II, Meenakshi Prakashan, Merrut 1967. 8. Myron Weiner (ed.) : State Politics in India, Princeton University Press, 1968. 9. V. P. Menon : The Story of the Integration of Indian States, Orient Logmans, Bombay, 1961. 10. T.R. Sharma (ed.,) : New Challenges of Politics in Indian States, Uppal Publishing House, New Delhi, 1986. 11. Fadia, Babulal : State Politics in India, Vol. II, Radiant Publishers, New Delhi, 1984. 12. Dalip Singh : Dynamics of Punjab Politics, Macmillian India Ltd., 1981 13. Paul Wallace & Surinder Chopra (ed. : Political Dynamics in Punjab, G.N.D. University, Amritsar, 1988 14. A.S. Narang : Punjab Politics in National Perspective, Gitanjali Publishing House, New Delhi, 1986 13
15. Amrik Singh : Punjab in India Politics : Issues & Trends, Ajanta Publications, New Delhi, 1994 16. L.S. Sidhu : Party Politics in Punjab, Mittal Publication, 1995 17. J.S. Brar : The Communist Party in Punjab, National Book Organization, New Delhi, 1989 18. Manju Verma : Working of Coalition Governments in Punjab, Patiala, 1978 19. S.K. Sharma : Punjab Sarkar Valon Sarkaria Commission Nu Pesh Keeta Memorandum (Punjabi), 1993, Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, Patiala 20. Jamshid Ali Khan : Punjab Di Rajniti, Lokgeet Prakashan, Chandigarh, 2005. 21. Jamshid Ali Khan : Politics of Coalition Governments in Punjab, Madaan Publications, Patiala. 2006 22. L. S. Sidhu, Gurpreet Singh Brar & S.K. Punia : Politics in Punjab , Unistar Publications, Chandigarh, 2009.

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