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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits
POL801 INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM 18518::Richa Sharma 3 0 0 3
Course Weightage ATT: 5 CA: 25 MTT: 20 ETT: 50
Exam Category: 13: Mid Term Exam: All MCQ – End Term Exam: MCQ +
Subjective
Course Orientation COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (Higher Education), KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT

TextBooks ( T )
Sr No Title Author Publisher Name
T-1 DR.B.L FADIA INDIAN GOVERNMENT SAHITYA BHAWAN PUBLICATIONS
AND POLITICS
Reference Books ( R )
Sr No Title Author Publisher Name
R-1 INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND A. S. NARANG GITANJALI PUBLISHING HOUSE
POLITICS
R-2 INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM U.R.GHAI NEW ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS
R-3 CONSTITITUTION -AN SUBASH C KASHAP NATIONAL BOOK TRUST
INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN
CONSTITUTION
R-4 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE D.D BASU PRENTICE HALL
CONSTITITUTION OF INDIA

Relevant Websites ( RW )
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 http://www.sagepub.in/journals/Journal202224 Studies in Indian Politics- Journal

RW-2 http://india.gov.in/my-government/constitution-india National portal of Govt. of India

RW-3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_India Politics of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)


Weeks before MTE 7
Weeks After MTE 7
Spill Over (Lecture)

Detailed Plan For Lectures

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week Lecture Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Other Readings, Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Live Examples
Number Number Text/reference Relevant Websites, Demonstration/
books Audio Visual Aids, Case Study /
software and Virtual Images /
Labs animation / ppt
etc. Planned
Week 1 Lecture 1 Constitutional Framework T-1 RW-1 L1 zero lecture- L1- students will Lecture-cum-
(Historical Background) R-1 RW-2 introduction to the recognize the course discussion
R-3 RW-3 students about the structure, content and supported by PPT
R-4 course learning outcome
structure, content and L2 students will be
learning outcome able to comprehend
L2 discussion on the historical
historical background background of Indian
L3 discussion on the political system
making of the L3 students will be
constitution able to understand the
process of the making
of constitution
Lecture 2 Constitutional Framework T-1 RW-1 L1 zero lecture- L1- students will Lecture-cum-
(Historical Background) R-1 RW-2 introduction to the recognize the course discussion
R-3 RW-3 students about the structure, content and supported by PPT
R-4 course learning outcome
structure, content and L2 students will be
learning outcome able to comprehend
L2 discussion on the historical
historical background background of Indian
L3 discussion on the political system
making of the L3 students will be
constitution able to understand the
process of the making
of constitution
Lecture 3 Constitutional Framework T-1 RW-1 L1 zero lecture- L1- students will Lecture-cum-
(Historical Background) R-1 RW-2 introduction to the recognize the course discussion
R-3 RW-3 students about the structure, content and supported by PPT
R-4 course learning outcome
structure, content and L2 students will be
learning outcome able to comprehend
L2 discussion on the historical
historical background background of Indian
L3 discussion on the political system
making of the L3 students will be
constitution able to understand the
process of the making
of constitution

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 2 Lecture 4 Indian Constitution(Basic T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
features of the Indian R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution
Indian Constitution T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
(Preamble: Philosophy of R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
the Indian Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution
Lecture 5 Indian Constitution(Basic T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
features of the Indian R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 2 Lecture 5 Indian Constitution T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
(Preamble: Philosophy of R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
the Indian Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution
Lecture 6 Indian Constitution(Basic T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
features of the Indian R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution
Indian Constitution T-1 RW-1 L4 Basic features of the L4 students will Lecture-cum-
(Preamble: Philosophy of R-1 RW-2 Indian Constitution recognize the features discussion
the Indian Constitution) R-2 RW-3 L5 discussion on of the Indian supported by PPT
R-3 Preamble of the Indian Constitution
R-4 Constitution L5 students will
L6 discussion on the recognize what is
philosophical basis of Preamble of the
the Indian Constitution Indian Constitution
L6 students will be
able to understand the
philosophical basis of
the Indian
Constitution
Week 3 Lecture 7 Assignment
Lecture 8 Fundamental Rights T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
(Features) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 3 Lecture 8 Fundamental Rights(kinds T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
and evaluation) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties
Fundamental Rights T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
(Fundamental duties) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties
Lecture 9 Fundamental Rights T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
(Features) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties
Fundamental Rights(kinds T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
and evaluation) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties
Fundamental Rights T-1 RW-1 L8 students will Lecture-cum-
(Fundamental duties) R-1 RW-2 L8 discussion on identify different discussion
R-2 RW-3 different types of types of Fundamental supported by PPT
R-3 Fundamental Rights Rights
R-4 L9 discussion on L9 students will
Fundamental duties recognize what are
Fundamental duties
Week 4 Lecture 10 Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(meaning) R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 4 Lecture 10 Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(types) R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority
Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(Question of R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
priority) R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority
Lecture 11 Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(meaning) R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority
Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(types) R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 4 Lecture 11 Directive Principles of the T-1 RW-1 L10 discussion on L10 students will be Lecture-cum-
State Policy(Question of R-1 RW-2 features of Directive able to understand the discussion
priority) R-2 RW-3 Principles of the State meaning of Directive supported by PPT
R-3 Policy Principles of the State
R-4 L11 discussion on types Policy
of Directive Principles L11 students will
of the State Policy and recognize the
question of priority different types of
Directive Principles
of the State Policy
and question of
priority
Lecture 12 Parliament(Composition of T-1 RW-1 L: 12 The Parliament L: 13 students will Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 L:13 The parliament be discussion
R-2 RW-3 L:14 The able to understand
R-3 parliament the the structure of
R-4 parliament
L:13 students will be
able to know a bout
the basic composition
of Indian parliament
L:19 students will be
able assess the
working of
parliament
L: 14 students will
be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliamen
Week 5 Lecture 13 Parliament(Composition of T-1 RW-1 L: 12 The Parliament L: 13 students will Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 L:13 The parliament be discussion
R-2 RW-3 L:14 The able to understand
R-3 parliament the the structure of
R-4 parliament
L:13 students will be
able to know a bout
the basic composition
of Indian parliament
L:19 students will be
able assess the
working of
parliament
L: 14 students will
be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliamen

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 5 Lecture 14 Parliament(Composition of T-1 RW-1 L: 12 The Parliament L: 13 students will Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 L:13 The parliament be discussion
R-2 RW-3 L:14 The able to understand
R-3 parliament the the structure of
R-4 parliament
L:13 students will be
able to know a bout
the basic composition
of Indian parliament
L:19 students will be
able assess the
working of
parliament
L: 14 students will
be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliamen
Lecture 15 Test
Week 6 Lecture 16 Parliament(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
Parliament(Role of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 6 Lecture 17 Parliament(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
Parliament(Role of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
Lecture 18 Parliament(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 6 Lecture 18 Parliament(Role of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
Week 7 Lecture 19 Parliament(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
Parliament(Role of T-1 RW-1 L: 16 Powers of L: 16 students will be Lecture cum
Parliament) R-1 RW-2 parliament able to assimilate the discussion
R-2 RW-3 L: 17 Powers of powers of parliament supported with PPt
R-3 parliament L: 17 students will be
R-4 L: 18 Powers of able assess the role of
parliament parliament
L: 19 Role of parliament L: 18udents will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament
L: 19 students will be
able to critically
evaluate the working
of Indian parliament

SPILL OVER
Week 7 Lecture 21 Spill Over

MID-TERM

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 8 Lecture 22 President(Election of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
President(Position of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
President(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
Lecture 23 President(Election of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
President(Position of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 8 Lecture 23 President(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
Lecture 24 President(Election of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
President(Position of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India
President(Powers of T-1 RW-1 L: 22 union executive L-22: Ability to lecture cum
President) R-1 RW-2 and president and its understand discussion
R-2 RW-3 position in Presidential Election, supported by PPT
R-3 parliamentary L-23: Ability to asses and AV aids
R-4 democracy L:23 powers Powers of President
of president L: 24 of India, L-24
functions , role of Ability to asses
president Position and
Changing Role of
President of India

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 9 Lecture 25 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 25 prime minister, its L: 25 students will be lecture
Minister(General Election R-1 RW-2 power and position L: able to comprehend cum
and the appointment of the R-2 RW-3 26composition and the power and discussion/question
Prime Minister) R-3 working of council of position of prime ing
R-4 minister minister L: 26 supported with ppt
students will be
able to comprehend
the composition and
working of council
of
minister
Lecture 26 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 25 prime minister, its L: 25 students will be lecture
Minister(General Election R-1 RW-2 power and position L: able to comprehend cum
and the appointment of the R-2 RW-3 26composition and the power and discussion/question
Prime Minister) R-3 working of council of position of prime ing
R-4 minister minister L: 26 supported with ppt
students will be
able to comprehend
the composition and
working of council
of
minister
Lecture 27 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 27 Position of PM L: 27 students will be questioning
Minister(Position and R-1 RW-2 L: 28 Position of PM able to understand the cum discussion
Changing Role of Prime R-2 RW-3 L: 29 Position of PM position of PM vis s supported with ppt
Minister) R-3 L: 30 changing role of vis COM
R-4 PM L: 28 students will
comprehend position
of PM in cabinet
L: 29 students will be
able to assess the
changing role of pm
L: 30 students will be
able analysis the
changing role of pm
Week 10 Lecture 28 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 27 Position of PM L: 27 students will be questioning
Minister(Position and R-1 RW-2 L: 28 Position of PM able to understand the cum discussion
Changing Role of Prime R-2 RW-3 L: 29 Position of PM position of PM vis s supported with ppt
Minister) R-3 L: 30 changing role of vis COM
R-4 PM L: 28 students will
comprehend position
of PM in cabinet
L: 29 students will be
able to assess the
changing role of pm
L: 30 students will be
able analysis the
changing role of pm

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 10 Lecture 29 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 27 Position of PM L: 27 students will be questioning
Minister(Position and R-1 RW-2 L: 28 Position of PM able to understand the cum discussion
Changing Role of Prime R-2 RW-3 L: 29 Position of PM position of PM vis s supported with ppt
Minister) R-3 L: 30 changing role of vis COM
R-4 PM L: 28 students will
comprehend position
of PM in cabinet
L: 29 students will be
able to assess the
changing role of pm
L: 30 students will be
able analysis the
changing role of pm
Lecture 30 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 27 Position of PM L: 27 students will be questioning
Minister(Position and R-1 RW-2 L: 28 Position of PM able to understand the cum discussion
Changing Role of Prime R-2 RW-3 L: 29 Position of PM position of PM vis s supported with ppt
Minister) R-3 L: 30 changing role of vis COM
R-4 PM L: 28 students will
comprehend position
of PM in cabinet
L: 29 students will be
able to assess the
changing role of pm
L: 30 students will be
able analysis the
changing role of pm
Week 11 Lecture 31 Indian Cabinet and Prime T-1 RW-1 L: 31 L: 31 Students will lecture cum
Minister(Powers of the R-1 RW-2 Powers of PM make aware about the discussion
Prime Minister) R-2 RW-3 powers of PM
R-3
R-4

Lecture 32 Presentation - Group


Lecture 33 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 12 Lecture 34 The Judiciary(Supreme T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
court) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
review) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(Public Interest T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
Litigation) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 12 Lecture 34 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism
Lecture 35 The Judiciary(Supreme T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
court) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
review) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 12 Lecture 35 The Judiciary(Public Interest T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
Litigation) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism
Lecture 36 The Judiciary(Supreme T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
court) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 12 Lecture 36 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
review) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(Public Interest T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
Litigation) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 13 Lecture 37 The Judiciary(Supreme T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
court) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
review) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation
The Judiciary(Public Interest T-1 RW-1 L34 discussion on L34 Students will Lecture-cum-
Litigation) R-1 RW-2 Supreme court of India loom to be familiar discussion
R-2 RW-3 L35 discussion on High with the Supreme supported by PPT
R-3 courts in states court of India
R-4 L36 discussion on L35 Students will
judicial review recognize the
L37 discussion on the functioning of High
Public Interest courts in states
Litigation L36 Students will
come to know about
what is judicial
review
L37 Students will be
able to recognize
what is Public
Interest Litigation

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 13 Lecture 37 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism
Lecture 38 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism
Lecture 39 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Week 14 Lecture 40 The Judiciary(judicial T-1 RW-1 L: 33 judicial activism L: 33 students will be LECTURE CUM
activism) R-1 RW-2 L: 34judicial activism able to assess the DISCUSSION
R-2 RW-3 L: 35judicial activism meaning of judicial SUPPORTED
R-3 L: 36judicial activism activism WITH PPT
R-4 L: 34 students will
comprehend the
varied dimensions of
judicial activism
L: 35 students will
be able to assimilate
the role of judicial
activism in a
democracy
L: 36 students will
be able to criticize
the judicial activism

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 42 Spill Over
Week 15 Lecture 43 Spill Over
Lecture 44 Spill Over
Lecture 45 Spill Over

Scheme for CA:

CA Category of this Course Code is:A0203 (2 best out of 3)

Component Weightage (%)


Assignment 50
Presentation - Group 50
Test 50

Details of Academic Task(s)

Academic Task Objective Detail of Academic Task Nature of Academic Academic Task Marks Allottment /
Task Mode submission
(group/individuals) Week
Assignment to test the research students will be asked to write and submit a 1000 word draft on an Individual Offline 30 3/4
and analytical skill assigned topic
Presentation - to test oral Each group of student will be asked to give a 10 minute ppt Group Offline 30 10 / 11
Group presentation skill presentation on an assigned topic

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
Test to test the students will be asked to answer two 15 marks questions from units Individual Offline 30 5/6
conceptual clarity covered after MTE

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves
updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.