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Political Science and International Relations (Optional) Mind Map Notes + Related Current Affairs

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  1. INSTRUCTIONS & SAMPLES
    How to use
  2. Samples
    2 Submodules
  3. PAPER I
    Political Theory: Meaning & Approaches
  4. Theories of the State
  5. Justice
  6. Equality
  7. Rights
  8. Democracy
  9. Concept of power, hegemony, ideology, and legitimacy
  10. Political ideologies
  11. Indian political thought
    3 Submodules
  12. Western political thought
    11 Submodules
  13. Indian nationalism – Perspectives
  14. Making of the Indian constitution
    4 Submodules
  15. Salient features of the Indian constitution
    10 Submodules
  16. Principle organs of the union government
    6 Submodules
  17. Principal organs of the state government
    6 Submodules
  18. Grassroots democracy
  19. Statutory institutions/Commissions
    3 Submodules
  20. Federalism
    3 Submodules
  21. Planning and Economic Development
  22. Caste in Indian Politics
  23. Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics
  24. Party system
  25. Social Movements
  26. PAPER II
    Comparative politics
    4 Submodules
  27. State in comparative perspective
    5 Submodules
  28. Politics of representation and participation
  29. Globalisation
    3 Submodules
  30. Approaches to the study of international relations
  31. Key concepts in international relations
  32. Changing international political order
  33. Evolution of the international economic system
  34. United Nations
  35. Regionalisation of world politics
    5 Submodules
  36. Contemporary global concerns
  37. Indian foreign policy
  38. India’s contribution to Non-Alignment Movement
  39. India and South Asia
    4 Submodules
  40. India and Global South
    4 Submodules
  41. India and Global Centres of Power
    5 Submodules
  42. India and the UN system
  43. India and the nuclear question
  44. Recent developments in Indian Foreign Policy
    5 Submodules
  45. RELATED CURRENT AFFAIRS
    Related Current Affairs
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  • These interactive mind maps are comprehensive and can be used for both first reading and revision.
  • For first reading, it's better to open each node one-by-one so that you'll focus on a single node at a time and understand hierarchy of different concepts and get a big-picture.
  • For revision, you can use either EXPAND ALL or FOCUS option.
  • EXPAND ALL (expands all nodes | Click VIEW > EXPAND ALL).
  • FOCUS (expands all nodes inside a node | Select a node you want to expand > click VIEW > FOCUS).

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