Political Science – Paper III Semester III – Public Administration

पेपर ३ – सेमीस्टर ३ – लोकप्रशासन

  1. लोकप्रशासनाचा परिचय
    1. अर्थ, व्याप्ती आणि महत्त्व
    2. लोकप्रशासन या अभ्यासविषयाची उत्क्रांती
    3. उदारीकरण, खाजगीकरण आणि जागतिकीकरण्याच्या युगातील लोकप्रशासन
  2. प्रशासनाचे सिद्धांत
    1. शास्त्रीय व्यवस्थापन सिद्धांत – फ्रेडरीक विनस्लॉव टेलर
    2. नोकरशाहीचा सिद्धांत – मॅक्स वेबर
    3. मानवी संबंध सिद्धांत – एल्टन मेयो
  3. संघटनाची मूलभूत तत्त्वे आणि सिद्धांत
    1. पदसोपान, प्रदान, केंद्रीकरण आणि विकेंद्रीकरण
    2. प्रेरणा सिद्धांत – मॅक् ग्रेगर, मॅकलेलंड
    3. नेतृत्व सिद्धांत – ट्रेट सिद्धांत, कंटीन्जन्सी सिद्धांत
  4. प्रशासनातील प्रचलित तंत्रे आणि पद्धती 
    1. सुशासन
    2. ई-शासन
    3. सार्वजनिक आणि खाजगी भागीदारी

Political Science – Paper II – Semester III – Principles and Concepts of Political Theory

पेपर क्र. २ – सेमीस्टर ३  

राजकीय सिद्धांतांची तत्त्वे आणि संकल्पना

  1. राजकीय सिद्धांताची ओळख
    1. राजकीय सिद्धांताची व्याख्या आणि व्याप्ती
    2. राजकीय सिद्धांताच्या अभ्यासाचे दृष्टीकोन – पारंपारिक
    3. राजकीय सिद्धांताच्या अभ्यासाचे दृष्टीकोन – समकालीन
  2. राज्य, नागरी समाज आणि बाजार
    1. राज्य – संकल्पना आणि दृष्टीकोन
    2. राष्ट्र – राज्य – अर्थ आणि बदलते दृष्टीकोन
    3. राज्य, नागरी समाज आणि बाजार
  3. सत्ता, अधिसत्ता आणि अधिमान्यता
    1. सत्ता
    2. अधिसत्ता
    3. अधिमान्यता
  4. कायदा आणि राजकीय उत्तरदायित्व या संकल्पना
    1. कायद्याची संकल्पना
    2. राजकीय उत्तरदायित्व
    3. (राज्याला) विरोध करण्याचा हक्क


Fundamental Duties – A presentation by S. P. Buwa

Prof. Shubharaj P. Buwa was invited to deliver a talk on ‘Fundamental Duties included in the Indian Constitution’ by Principal V. B. Rokade on Saturday, 26th November 2016 on the occasion of Constitution Day.  The talk was held in the second floor Conference room of Dr. T. K. Tope Arts and Commerce Night College, Parel.  Members of the teaching and non-teaching staff and about 35 students from all classes were present.

In his lecture Prof. Buwa discussed the political context of inclusion of fundamental duties in the Indian constitution besides discussing all the eleven duties included in the constitution.  He also explained the different types of constitutions found all over the world, the difference between constitutional law and ordinary law and meaning, necessity and procedure of amendment.

Prof. Sawant was given the responsibility to organise the lecture.  He also proposed the vote of thanks.

Presentation File – Constitution-Day-2016

SYBA Third Semester (old syllabus upto 2016-17) – study material and questions

Indian Political System – Introduction to Indian Constitution

S.Y.B.A. Politics Paper – II – Indian Political System (Mar) sem 3

S.Y.B.A. Political Science Paper – II – Indian Political System (Eng) – Rev sem 3

Question bank


Public Administraion

S.Y.B.A. Political Science Paper – III – Public Administration (eng) – Rev sem 3

S.Y.B.A. Political Science Paper – III – Public Administration (Mar) – Rev sem 3

Question bank


Visit to American Library

Mr. Rishi Kapoor, Political Officer, US Consulate, Mumbai

“As students of international relations you must always try to see beyond what the media tells you about international events.”
-Mr. Rishi Kapoor
Political Officer
US Consulate, Mumbai.

He was speaking at the Library Orientation Programme for TYBA Political Science students of Dr. T. K. Tope Arts and Commerce Night College at the American Library on 18th March 2016.

Sushma Karnik, Director of the American Library and Technical services librarian Simran Nagra organised the programme for us. In a detailed presentation Simran Nagra explained all the facilities available to the students in the library.


21 students participated in the programme.  All of them were offered complimentary membership of the library for one year which also includes access to online database.

3.1 million is the number of Indian Americans staying in USA according to the US census and that indicates the depth of Indo-US relations said Mr. Shubharaj P. Buwa, Associate Professor, Political Science while delivering  the vote of thanks.




Complete list of participating students:-
Dipesh Gorule,
Manish Parkar,
Pradeep Patankar,
Pritam Shinge,
Vikrant Arbone,
Rajesh Gawari,
Rajesh Ghadi,
Ankita Jadhav,
Rupesh Kadam,
Meenakshi Kalbate,
Maruti Khot,
Vijay Kijbile,
Nitin Kulaye,
Supriya Patil,
Mahesh Salunkhe,
Ashwini Sargar,
Vinay Sawant,
Govinda Swami,
Paragam Varishe,
Sumeet Gade,
Nitin Gaikwad


Total 21 students of TYBA (Political Science) participated.

“As students of international relations you must always try to see beyond what the media tells you about international…

Posted by Shubharaj Buwa on Friday, March 18, 2016

Where the mind is without fear

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake

-Rabindranath Tagore


1. http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/where-the-mind-is-without-fear/