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I want to know the syllabus of Politics subject. I also want to know whether studying Politics will help poor people in what way.

Siddharth Vaibhav
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 22nd Mar 2017

Syllabus of Politics

Compulsory Courses -

Political Sociology, Comparative Politics and Government, Constitutional and Political Process in India.

Optional Courses (Any One) -

Major Thinkers in the West, Political Thought in India, Political Thought in Maharashtra, Indian Administration, Development Administration in India, Local Self Government, Foreign Policies of China and Pakistan, Foreign Policy of USA, Indias Foreign Policy, Marxist Political Sociology, Political Sociology of Max Weber, Political Process in China, Party System in India etc.

Navnathsaheb, only studying politics will not really help poor people. What is really needed is the implementation of your knowledge in areas that affect the lives of poor folk. This can be done by working with a government department for rural schemes or working with an N.G.O. for the betterment of the underpriviledged. You can also join full-fledged politics and make a positive difference in the lives of people at a macro level.

The poor can be helped in a number of ways. Some of them are: Implementation of primary education, Imparting of knowledge for hygiene and better living conditions in slums areas, Providing training for minimum subsistence living, etc. You can also make a deep impact by pushing policies for better rationing facilities in villages, improvement of roads and general infrastructure, provision for employment through various grameen schemes, availability of finance for the poor etc.