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1 Choice Base Credit System (CBCS) Syllabus for M.A. (Ambedkar Thought) SEMESTER- I, II, III & IV From the Academic Year Approved by B.O.S. in Ambedkar Thought 1

2 DEPARTMENT OF AMBEDKAR THOUGHT Choice Base Credit System (CBCS) Syllabus for M.A. Ambedkar Thought Semester and Credit Pattern: Session General Information: 1. Semesters 1 and 2 will be for M.A. Part 1 and Semesters 3 and 4 will be for M.A. Part II. 2. There shall be minimum 15 weeks in each Semester. 3. There will be 4 Papers for each Semester. First two papers will be compulsory in each semester and third and forth papers will be optional. There will be two groups each, candidate can select one group. 4. There will be 100 marks in each paper, out of which 80 marks will be for University Examination and 20 marks will be for Internal Assessment. 5. In the internal Assessment of 20 marks, there will be assignment. 6. There will be 4 credits in each paper for University Examination and one credit course of the any will be of one clock hour per week running for 15 weeks. 7. For each paper the passing marks will be out of 100 in University Examination and in Internal Assessment. 8. There shall be combined minium passing marks in the each subject/paper i.e. marks out of 100. In other words there shall not be separate minium passing marks for theory (external) examination and internal assestment componants of the subject /paper.provided the student must appear for the internal assestment in the subject/ paper. 9. The students will be allotted a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) after clearing all the 4 Semesters as indicated below. Obtained out of 100 CGPA Grades Equivalent Class/ Division O First Class (Outstanding) A First Class (Excellent) B First Class with Distinction C First Class D Higher Second Class E Second Class F Below Fail 2

3 10. The enclosed chart gives the abstract of Semester Pattern Scheme. Core Paper - I Core Paper- II Core Paper- III Core Paper - IV Semester Pattern Scheme of Examination for MA. in Ambedkar Thought Semester- I Name of thle Papers Examination Internal Assessment 1T1 - Sociologist Dr. Ambedkar 1T2 - Educational Thought (a) 1T3 (A) - Ambedkar on Literature 1T3 (B) - Life & Mission of Dr. Ambedkar 1T4 (A)- Constitutionalism & Indian Constitution 1T4 (B) - Philosopher Dr. Ambedkar Total Total Total Credits

4 Core Paper - I Core Paper - II Core Paper - III Core Paper - IV 2T1 - Ambedkar : Dynamics of Social Change 2T2 - Educational Thought (b) 2T3 (A) - Pre- Ambeedkar Social & Culture Movement 2T3 (B) - Impact of Ambedkar on Literature 2T4 (A) - Constututionalism & Indian Constutution 2T4 (B) - Human Rights Total M.A. Part 1 Semester -II Examination Internal Assessment Total Credits Total

5 Core Paper - I Core Paper- II Elective -1 Paper - III Paper - IV 3T1 - Economic Thought (a) 3T2 - Religious Thought (a) 3T3 (A) - Political Thought (a) 3T3 (B) - Ambedkar on Historicism (a) 3T4 (A) - Researach Methodology (a) Foundation Paper-1 3T4 (B) - Ambedkar Thought - 1 Total M.A. Part II Semester- III Examination Internal Assessment Total Credits

6 Core Paper - I Core Paper - II Elective- 1 Paper - III Paper IV 4T1 - Economic Thought (b) 4T2 - Religious Thought (b) 4T3 (A) Political Thought (b) 4T3 (B) -Dr. Ambedkar on Historicism (b) 4T4 (A) - Researach Methodology (b) Foundation Paper- 2 4T4 (B) - Ambedkar Thought M.A. Part II Semester IV Examination Internal Assessment Total Credits Total Total of All 4 Semester Total

7 Semester I Core Papers: Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur Universilty, Nagpur M.A. - Ambedkar Thought Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in M.A. Ambedkar Thought Semester Pattern Syllabus 1T1- Sociologist Dr. Ambedkar 1T2- Educational Thought (a) 1T3 (A) - Ambedkar on Literature 1T3 (B) - Life & Mission of Dr. Ambedkar 1T4 (A) - Constitutionalism & Indian Constutution (a) 1T4 (B) - Philosopher Dr. Ambedkar Semester II Core Papers: 2T1- Ambedkar : Dynamics of Social Change 2T2- Educational Thought (b) 2T3 (A) - Pre-Ambedkar Social & Cultural Movement 2T3 (B) - Impact of Ambedkar on Literature 2T4 (A) - Constitutionalism & Indian Constitution (b) 2T4(B) - Human Rights Semester III Core Papers: 3T1- Economic Thought (a) 3T2- Religious Thought (a) Core Elective 1 3T3 (A) - Political Thought (a) 3T3 (B) - Ambedkar on Historicism (a) 3T4 (A) - Research Methodology (a) Foundation Paper 1 3T4 (B) - AmbedkarThought 1 (Note - Foundation paper is only for regular students of other departments.) 7

8 Semester IV Core Papers: 4T1 - Economic Thought (b) 4T2 - Religious Thought (b) Core Elective 2 4T3 (A) - Political Thought (b) 4T3 (B) - Ambedkar on Historicism (b) 4T3 (A) - Research Methodology (b) Foundation Paper 2 3T4 (B) AmbedkarThought 2 (Note - Foundation paper is only for regular students of other departments.) 8

9 Syllabus Prescribed for M.A. (Ambedkar Thought) Examination 1 st Semester Core Paper - I 1T1 - SOCIOLOGIST DR. AMBEDKAR Unit 1. Social Background of Indian Society: a) Social Stratification-Concept, Characteristics & Types. b) Varna System: Nature & Types c) Caste System- Concept, Nature & Types. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar s Theories on Caste: a) Theory of Origin of Caste. b) Structure of Caste. c) Caste Class Theory. d) Eradication of Caste System. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar s Theories on Untouchability: a) Nature of Untouchability. b) Theory of Broken Men. c) Theories of Origin of Untouchability. d) Eradication of Untouchability. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar s on Women Emancipation: a) Status of Women in Indian Society. b) Dr. Ambedkar s Theory on Women Emancipation. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 17-1&2, 18-1,2,3, Education Deptt. Govt. of Maharashtra. 2) Dr. Jatav, D.R. Social Philosophy of Ambedkar. 3) Mechael Mahar (Ed.) Untouchables in Contemporary India. 4) Bharill, Chandra Social and Political Ideas of B.R. Ambedkar. 5) MkW- tkvo Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk lektn kzu] fqfudl ifcyf kax gkål- 6½ MkW- vkxykos] iznhi & lekt kkl=k MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdj] lqxkok izdk ku] ukxiwj- 7½ MkW- vkxykos] iznhi & egku lekt kkl=h MkW- vecsmdj] le;d izdk ku] fnyyh- 8½ [ksjeksms] pka Hk- & MkW- fhkejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 1 rs 9½- 9

10 Core Paper II 1T2 - EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT (a) Unit 1. Meaning and Importance of Education : a) Meaning and Objectives of Education. b) Importance of Education. Unit 2. Education System in Vedic Period: a) Curriculum and Objectives of Vedic Education. b) Effects of Vedic Education on Social life. c) Dr. Ambedkar s Views on Vedic Education. Unit 3. Education in Buddhist Period: a) Curriculum and Objectives of Buddhist Education. b) Education and Social Change in Buddhist Period. c) Effects of Buddhist Education on Social Life. d) Buddhist Universities in Ancient India i.e. Takshsheela, Nalanda. e) Comparative Study of Buddhist and Vedic Education. Unit 4. Education in Muslim & British Period : a) Impact of Muslim Education on Indian Society. b) Impact of British Education on Indian Society.. 1) Dr. Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. II., Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai. 2) Bhikshu Sanghrakshit Buddhist Education. 3) Enubackar Modern Theories of Education. 4) Mathew History of Education. 5) Naike, Narulla History of Education. 6) Dr. Altekar, A.S. Ancient Education. 7) Naik, J. P. - History of Indian Education. 8) Arora, K. L. - Education in the Emerging Indian Society. 9) Bhatia, B. D. - The Theory and Principles of Education. 10) Mani, R. S. Educational Ideas and Ideals of Eminent Indian. 11) Mohanty, J. Indian Education in the Emerging Society. 12) Gore, M. S. Education and Modernization in India. 13) Mathur, S. S. A Sociological Approach to Indian Education. 14) Mukharji Radhakumud Universities Education in India. 15½ [ksjeksms] pka Hk- & MkW- fhkejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 1 rs 9½- 16½ izk-?kksmslokj] nsfonkl & ¼laikfnr½ nfyrkaps f k{k.k] lerk lsfud ny] izdk ku] ukxiwj- 17½ /kezdhrhz] MkW- & egku f k{kkfon~ MkW- ch-vkj- vkacsmdj] le;d izdk ku] fnyyh]

11 Core Paper III 1T3 (A) - Ambedkar on Literature 1T3 (B) - Life & Mission of Dr. Ambedkar 1T3 (A) - AMBEDKAR ON LITERATURE Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar s Critique on Literature: a) Ancient Literature : i) Vedic Literature ii) Pali Tipitaka. b) Medieval Saints : Kabir, Rohidas, Tukaram, Chokhamela c) Views on the Role of Literature in Social Life. Unit 2. Essayist Dr. Ambedkar s : Salient Features of His Essays: a) Annihilation of Caste. b) Buddha or Karl Marx. c) Rise and Down fall of Hindu Women. d) Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah. Unit 3. Journallist Dr. Ambedkar : Salient Features of his Journalism: (Editorial and other writings in Muknayk, Bahishkrut Bharat and Janata) Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar s view on Indian Literature: a) Criticque on Indian Literature b) Indian Literature as Souorce of History. i) Revolution and Counter Revolution ii) Riddles in Hinduism. (N.B.:- Emphasis is expected to be on the lliterary aspects and trends). 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 1,3,9,19,20, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai. 2) Zelliot Eleanor An Anthology of Dalit Literature. 3½ MkW- euksgj] ; koar & fuca/kdkj MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdj- 4½ MkW- euksgj] ; koar & vkacsmdjoknh ejkbh lkfgr;] fhkejru izdk ku] ukxiwj] ½ MkW- ikurko.ks] xaxk/kj & Ik=dkj MkW- vkacsmdj- 6½ MkW- ikurko.ks] xaxk/kj & nfyr lkfgr; ppkz vkf.k fparu] lkdsr izdk ku] vksjaxkckn]1993-7½ fgojkgs] lq[kjke & yksdi=dkj MkW- vkacsmdj- 8½ [kjkr] kadjjko & ¼laikfnr½ vkacsmdjkaph Ik=s- 9½ x.kohj] jrukdj & ¼laikfnr½ foyk;rsgwu Ik=s- 10½ MkW- oku[ksms] e- uk- & nfyrkaps fonzksgh okm~%e;- 11½ MkW- ok?kekjs] tukznu & fuxzks lkfgr; vkf.k lald`rh- 12½ ckxwy] ckcwjko & nfyr lkfgr; vktps ØkarhfoKku- 13½ MkW- QMds] Hkkypanz & nfyr lkfgr; % osnuk vkf.k fonzksg- 14½ fuackgdj] okeu & nfyr lkfgr; % Lo:Ik o Hkwfedk- 15½ fyackgs] kj.kdqekj & nfyr lkfgr;] izpkj izdk ku] dksygkiwj- 16½ [kjkr] kadjjko & nfyr lkfgr; % izsj.kk o izo`ÿkh- 17½ MkaxGs] vtqzu & ¼laik-½ nfyr lkfgr; %,d vh;kl- 18 MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdjkaps cfg"d`r Hkkjr vkf.k eqduk;d & f k{k.k fohkkx] egkjk"vª kklu] eqacbz- 11

12 Core Paper III 1T3 (B) - LIFE & MISSION OF DR. AMBEDKAR Unit 1. Biography of Dr. Ambedkar : a) Childhood of Dr. Ambedkar. b) Education of Dr. Ambedkar In India & Abroad. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar s Movement for Human Right : a) Bahiskrit Hitkarni Sabha: Aims, Object and Activities. b) Mahad Movement. c) Temple Entry Movement. Unit 3. Political Movement: a) Independent Labour Party Manifesto of ILP, Election of Mumbai & C.P. and Berar Provinces and Activities. b) Scheduled Caste Federation Manifesto of SCF, Conferences and Activities. Unit 4. Conversion Movement: a) Declaration of Conversion. b) Embracing of Buddhism. 1) Ambedkar, Dr. B.R. Waiting for Visa, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 12, Govt. of Maharashtra. 3) Keer, Dhanjay Dr. Ambedkar : Life and Mission, Popular Prakashan,Mumbai. 3½ 'kgkjs] xtfhk;s & ckcklkgsc MkW- vecsmdj dh la?k"kz;k=k,oa lans k] le;d izdk ku] ubz fnyyh- 4½ [ksjeksms] pka Hk- & MkW- fhkejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 1 rs 12½- 5½ vkxykos] MkW- iznhi vksj xtfhk;s] lat;] MkW- ckcklkgc vkecsmdj dh /keeøkarh] le;d izdk ku] ubz fnyyh

13 Core Paper IV 1T4 (A) - Constitutionalism & Indian Constutution (a) 1T4 (B) - Philosopher Dr. Ambedkar 1T4 (A) - CONSTITUTIONALISM AND INDIAN CONSTUTUTION (a) Unit 1. Constitutionalism : a) Meaning, Scope & Importance. b) Objectives of Constitution in Indian Context. c) Constitutional History of India 1909, 1919, 1935 d) Nature of the Indian Constitution. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar on: a) Reorganization of States b) Federal System in India. Unit 3. Principle of Constitutionalism envisaged in the Memorandum submitted to the Constituent Assebly by Dr. Ambedkar. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar s Views on Secularism and Secularism imbeded in the Indian Constitution. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 13. (Constituent Assembly Dabates) Education Department of Maharashtra, Mumbai. 2) Rao, B.N. Indian Constitution in the Making. 3) Kusum Dr. Ambedkar and Constitution of India. 4) Basu, D. D. Comments on the Constitution of India. 5) Gwyer Mauries and Appadorai Speeches and Documents of the Indian Constitution, Vol. 1, 2 (Oxford). 6) Bhatia, K. L. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Social Justice and the Indian Constitution. 7) Ahir, D. C. The Legacy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 8) Ahir, D. C. Indian Constitution. 9) Dr. Sandanshiv Indian Constitution and Social Justice, Milind Law College, Publication. 10) Krishna, K. B. The Problem of Minorities of Communal Representation in India. 11) Saksena, H. C. Safeguards for Scheduled Castes and Tribes. 12) Agrawal, P. C. Equality Through Privileges. 13) Galanter Mare Competing Equalities. 14½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk fo/kh n kzu- 15½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj] lafo/kku ds eq[; fuekzrk- 16½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & MkW- vkacsmdj vkf.k Hkkjrh; jkt;?kvuk- 13

14 Core Paper IV 1T4 (B) - PHILOSOPHER DR. AMBEDKAR Unit 1. Philosopher Dr. Ambedkar: a) Definition, Meaning & Nature of Philosophy. b) Impact of Buddhism on Dr. Ambedkar. c) Impact of Western Philosophers on Dr. Ambedkar John Dewey, Edmund Burke, J.S.Mill, Prof. Herold Laski. d) Dr. Ambedkar as a Philosopher. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar on Philosphical Theorioes: a) Scientific Way of Thinking. b) Theory of Social Justice. c) Theory of Parlimentary Democracy. d) Philosophy of Emancipation. Unit 3. Philosohical Interpretation of Buddhism: a) Scientific Interpretation of Buddhism. b) Thery of Karma. c) Thery of Rebirth. d) Dhamma and Adhamma. Unit 4. Critique on Philosophical Traditions: a) Dr. Ambedkar s Critique on Philosophy of Hinduism. b) Critique on Marxism c) Critique on Gandism. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 1,3,4,5,9 2) Gokhale, Dr. Pradeep (Edited) The Philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Sugava Prakshan, Pune. 3) Khabade Dinkar Dr. Ambedkar & Western Thinkers, Sugava Prakshan, Pune. 4) Jatav, D.R. Social Philosophy of Dr. Ambedkar. 14

15 M.A. ( Ambedkar Thought) Examination 2 nd Semester Core Paper- I 2T1 - AMBEEDKAR: DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL CHANGE Unit 1. Concept of Social Change: a) Concept, Nature & Types of Social Change. b) Social Mobility Concept and Types. Unit 2. Social Problems: a) Problems of Minority. b) Social Discrimination. c) Caste Conflict. d) National Integration. Unit 3. Ambedkarite Movement: a) Perspective of Ambedkarite movement. b) Concept of Social Justice. c) Social Revolution Unit 4. Conversion to Buddhism and its Impact: a) Reasons of Renouncing Hinduism. b) Grounds for Embracing Buddhism. c) Impact of Conversion to Buddhism on Masses. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing And Speaches Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 17-1 & 2, 18 1, 2, 3, Education Deptt. Govt. of Maharashtra. 2) Dr. Jatav, D. R. Social Philosophy of Ambedkar. 3) Machael Mahar (Ed.) Untouchables in Contemporary India. 4) Narayan and Ahir Dr. Ambedkar, Buddhism and Social Change. 5) Zelliot, Eleanor Dr. Ambedkar's Movement In India. 6) Bharil, Chandra Social and Political Ideas of B.R.Ambedkar. 7½ MkW- tkvo Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk lektn kzu] fqfudl ifcyf kax gkål- 8½ MkW vkxykos] iznhi & lekt kkl=k MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdj] lqxkok izdk ku] iw.ks- 9½ MkW- vkxykos] iznhi & egku lekt kkl=h MkW- vecsmdj] le;d izdk ku] fnyyh- 10½ MkW- vkxykos] iznhi & /keepøizorzu ds ckn ds ifjorzu] le;d izdk ku] ubz fnyyh- 11½ [ksjeksms] pka- Hk- & MkW- fhkejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 1 rs 9½- 12½ MkW- QMds] ;-fn- & vkacsmdjh pgog- 15

16 Core Paper - II 2T2 - EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT (b) Unit 1. Educational Theories in the Context of Dr. Ambedkar'sThought: a) Idealism in Education. b) Pragmatism in Education c) Naturalism in Education Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar on Education: a) Primary, Secondary and Higher Education. b) Technical and Vocational Education. c) Women's Education. d) Cultural Education & Moral Education. Unit 3. Dr.Ambedkar on Indian Educational System: a) Dr. Ambedkar 's Critics on the Indian Educational System. b) Education of Deprived & Backward Classes. c) Dr. Ambedkar's Message for Students & Teachers. Unit 4. Educational Thought and Work: a) Educational Work of Dr.Ambedkare. b) Educational Thought and Work of Jotirao Phuley. c) Educational Thought & Work of Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj. 1) Dr. Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. II. 2) Bhikshu Sanghrakshit Buddhist Education. 3) Enubackar Modern Theories of Education. 4) Mathew History of Education. 5) Naike, Narulla History of Education. 6) Dr. Altekar, A.S. Ancient Education. 7) Naik, J. P. - History of Indian Education. 8) Arora, K. L. - Education in the Emerging Indian Society. 9) Bhatia, B. D. - The Theory and Principles of Education. 10) Mani, R. S. Educational Ideas and Ideals of Eminent Indian. 11) Mohanty, J. Indian Education in the Emerging Society. 12) Gore, M. S. Education and Modernization in India. 13) Mathur, S. S. A Sociological Approach to Indian Education. 14) Mukharji Radhakumud Universities Education in India. 15½ [ksjeksms] pka Hk- & MkW- fhkejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 1 rs 9½- 16½ izk-?kksmslokj] nsfonkl & ¼laikfnr½ nfyrkaps f k{k.k] lerk lsfud ny] izdk ku] ukxiwj- 17½ e- Qqys lexz okm~%e; & egkjk"vª jkt;] eq acbz- 18½ Qqys xksjo xz afk & ¼laikfnr½ egkjk"vª jkt;] f k{k.k fohkkx] ea=ky;] eqacbz- 19½ iokj] uk- x- & Hkkjrh; f k{k.k {ks=krhy vk/kqfud fopkj izokg- 20½ /kezdhfrz] MkW- & egku f k{kkfon~ MkW- ch-vkj- vkacsmdj] le;d izdk ku] fnyyh

17 Core Paper III 2T3 (A) - Pre-Ambedkar Social & Culture movement 2T3 (B) - Impact of Dr. Ambedkar on Literature 2T3 (A) - PRE-AMBEDKAR SOCIAL & CULTURAL MOVEMENT Unit 1. Saint Literature and Indian Society: Chokhamela, Karmamela, Tukaram - Thougths on Caste System, Untouchability and Their revolt against it. Unit 2. Jotirao Fuley: a) Biography. b) Thoughts on Caste System. c) Thought on Untouchability. d) Thought on Slavery. Unit 3. Satyashodhak Samaj: a) Aims and Objects of Satyashodhak Samaj. b) Work of Satyashodhak Samaj. c) Effects of Satyashodhak Samaj. d) Difference between Satyashodhak Samaj and other Samaj i.e. & Prarthana Samaj, Arya Samaj. Unit 4. Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj: a) Biograbhy. b) Work for Upliftment of Untouchables. c) Work for Upliftment of V.J. and N.T. d) Revival of Satyashodhak Samaj. 1½ egkrek Qqys lexz okm+-e;] egkjk"vª lkfgr; vkf.k lald`rh eamg] eq acbz- 2½ iokj] MkW- t;flaxjko & jkt"khz 'kkgw N=irh Lekj;d xzafk] egkjk"vª bfrgkl izcksf/kuh] dksygkiwj 2011] dksygkiwj-- 17

18 Core Paper III 2T3 (B) - IMPACT OF AMBEDKAR ON MODERN LITERATURE Unit 1. a) Pre-Ambedkar literature : Jyotirao Phuley, Shivram Janba Kamble, Gopalbaba Walangkar. b) Ambedkarite literature : Bandhu Madhao, Annabhau Sathe, Shankrrao Kharat & Baburao Bagul. Unit 2. a) Ambedkarite Poetry : Various trends b) Ambedkarite Short Stories : Features. c) Ambedkarite Theatre : Continuity and Change Unit 3. Ambedkarite Autobiograpies : a) Nature & Scope of Ambedkarite Autobiograpies. (Atrocities, Agony and Revolt of Depressed Classes) b) It's Contribution to Marathi Literature. Unit 4. a) Ambedkarite Literature in Other Indian Languages. (Translations available in Marathi, Hindi and English) b) Ambedkarite Literary Movement in India. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 1,3,9,19,20 2) Zelliot Eleanor An Anthology of Dalit Literature. 3½ MkW- euksgj] ; koar & fuca/kdkj MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdj- 4½ MkW- euksgj] ; koar & vkacsmdjoknh ejkbh lkfgr;] fhkejru izdk ku] ukxiwj] ½ MkW- ikurko.ks] xaxk/kj & Ik=dkj MkW- vkacsmdj- 6½ MkW- ikurko.ks] xaxk/kj & nfyr lkfgr; ppkz vkf.k fparu] lkdsr izdk ku] vksjaxkckn] ½ fgojkgs] lq[kjke & yksdi=dkj MkW- vkacsmdj- 8½ [kjkr] kadjjko & ¼laikfnr½ vkacsmdjkaph Ik=s- 9½ x.kohj] jrukdj & ¼laikfnr½ foyk;rsgwu Ik=s- 10½ MkW- oku[ksms] e- uk- & nfyrkaps fonzksgh okm~%e;- 11½ MkW- ok?kekjs] tukznu & fuxzks lkfgr; vkf.k lald`rh- 12½ ckxwy] ckcwjko & nfyr lkfgr; vktps ØkarhfoKku- 13½ MkW- QMds] Hkkypanz & nfyr lkfgr; % osnuk vkf.k fonzksg- 14½ fuackgdj] okeu & nfyr lkfgr; % Lo:Ik o Hkwfedk- 15½ fyackgs] kj.kdqekj & nfyr lkfgr;] izpkj izdk ku] dksygkiwj- 16½ [kjkr] kadjjko & nfyr lkfgr; % izsj.kk o izo`ÿkh- 17½ MkaxGs] vtqzu & ¼laik-½ nfyr lkfgr; %,d vh;kl- 18½ MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdjkaps cfg"d`r Hkkjr vkf.k eqduk;d & f k{k.k fohkkx] egkjk"vª kklu] eqacbz- 18

19 Core Paper IV 2T4 (A) - Constitutionalism and Indian Constitution (b) 2T4 (B) - Human Rights 2T4 (A) - CONSTITUTIONALISM AND INDIAN CONSTITUTION (b) Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar's Views on the Constitutional Framework of Democracy: a) Elections and Parliamentary Democracy. b) Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Human Rights. c) Separation of Power. d) Provision of Emergency. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar's Views on: a) Common Civil Code. b) Hindu Code Bill. c) Judicial System in India. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar on the Safeguard for Minorities and Weaker Sections in India: a) Theory of Preferential Treatment (Affirmative Action) b) Reservation to SCs / STs and Other Backward Classes under Indian Constitution. c) Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes (Part XVI of Constitution) Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar on Constitutional Morality: a) Meaning, Nature & Scope of Constitutional Morality. b) Significance of Constitutional Morality in Indian Context. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 13. (Constituent Dabates), Education Department of Maharashtra, Bombay. 2) Rao, B.N. Indian Constitution in the Making. 3) Kusum Dr. Ambedkar and Constitution of India. 4) Basu, D. D. Comments on the Constitution of India. 5) Gwyer Mauries and Appadorai Speeches and Documents of the Indian Constitution, Vol. 1, 2 (Oxford). 6) Bhatia, K. L. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Social Justice and the Indian Constitution. 7) Ahir, D. C. The Legacy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 8) Ahir, D. C. Indian Constitution. 9) Dr. Sandanshiv Indian Constitution and Social Justice, Milind Law College, Publication. 10) Krishna, K. B. The Problem of Minorities of Communal Representation in India. 11) Saksena, H. C. Safeguards for Scheduled Castes and Tribes. 12) Agrawal, P. C. Equality Through Privileges. 13) Galanter Mare Competing Equalities. 14½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk fo/kh n kzu- 15½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj] lafo/kku ds eq[; fuekzrk- 16½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & MkW- vkacsmdj vkf.k Hkkjrh; jkt;?kvuk 19

20 2T4 (B) - HUMAN RIGHTS Unit 1. Introduction to Human Rights: a) Meaning, Nature and Scope of Human Rights. b) Buddhism : Origin of Human Rights. c) Importance of Human Rights. Unit 2. Evolution of the Concept of Human Rights : a) Magna Carta. b) French Revolution. c) Geneva Convention of d) Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Unit 3. Human Rights in India. a) Pre-Constitutional Era (British Period) b) Post-Constitutional Era i) Social ii) Economical iii) Political c) Human Right and National Integration. d) Dr. Ambedkar on Human Rights. Unit 4. Rights of the Disadvantaged Groups: a) Human Rights of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Castes and Minorities. b) Mechanisms for the Protection of the Rights of Disadvantage Group i) Protection of Civil Act, 1956 ii) Prevention of Atrocities (S.C., S.T.) Act, 1989 iii) Protection of Human Rights Act. 1) Bhargva, Gopal - Human Rights Concern of the Future Editior, Kalpaz Publication, Delhi ) Thiagaraj, Henry - Human Rights from Dalit Perspective, Gyan Publication House, New Delhi ) Dr. Kapoor, S.K. - Human Rights under International law and Indian Law, Central Law Agency, Allahabd ) MkW- vxzoky],p-vks- & ekuo vf/kdkj] lsavªy ykw ifcyds ku] njhkaxk dkyuh] bykgkckn

21 M.A. (Ambedkar Thought) Examination 3 rd Semester Core Paper I 3T1 - ECONOMIC THOUGHT (a) Unit 1. Critical Analysis of Economic Structure of Indian Society by Dr. Ambedkar : a) Economics of Caste. b) Economics of Untouchability. c) Economic Conditions of the Downtrodden in Indian Society. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar s Thought on : a) Economic life in Buddhism. b) Comparative Economic Thought of Buddhism and Marxism. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar's Researches in Economics : Problems of Currency and Taxation. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar's Thought on : a) Capitalism. b) Marxism. c) Gandhism. d) Critical Analysis of Dr. Ambedkar's Economic Thought and its Relevance Today. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 1,2,3,6,9,10. 2) Bhagwan Das (Edited) Gandhi and Gandhism Dr. Ambedkar, Bhim Patrika Publications, Jallunder, ) Dr. Kasare, M. L. Philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, B.I. Publication, New Delhi, ) Permaiah, P. K., Sateesh Reddy Dr. Ambedkar s Economic Philosophy, Delta Pub. House, New Delhi, ) Dongre, M. K. Economic Thought of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 6) Dr. Mangudkar, M.P. Dr. Ambedkar and Family Planning, Poona, ) Bhagwan Das (Edited) Thus Spoke Ambedkar s - Vols. II, III, Ambedkar Sahitya Prakashan, Banglore. 8½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & vkacsmdj vkf.k ekdlz- 9½ MkW- tk/ko] ujsanz & MkW- vkacsmdjkaps vkffkzd fopkj] lqxkok izdk ku] iq.ks- 21

22 Core Paper II 3T2 - RELIGIOUS THOUGHT (a) Unit 1. Background of Dr. Ambedkar s Religious Thought : a) Vedic Religion and its Social Implications. b) Critics on Vedic Religion. c) Religion and Class. d) Religion and Varna. e) Religion and Caste. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar Views on : a) Religion and Untouchability. b) Religion and Society c) Buddhism and Women. d) Buddhism and Humanity. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar Views on : a) Buddhism and Democracy. b) Distinction between Dharma and Dhamma. c) Saddhamma. d) Adharmma. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar Views on : a) i. Buddha and Karl Marx. ii. Sikkhism and Islam. b) i. Ethical and Moral Values in Buddhism ii. Reasons for Decline of Buddhism from India. 1) Dr. Ambedkar, B. R. The Buddha and His Dhamma. 2) Dr. Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 3,11,17,18 Education Department, Govt. of Maharashtra, Bombay. 3) Narsu, N. L. Essence of Buddhism. 4) Dr. Ahir, D.C. Revival of Buddhism. 5) Wilkinson, T. S. (Edited) Dr. Ambedkar and the New Buddhist Movement. 6) Tagde Shyam Bodhisatta Ambedkar s Buddha Dhamma Mission, Pradhya Maitri Pratistan 7) Dr. Ramteke, D. L. Revival of Buddhism in India. 8) Dr. Bapat 2500 Years of Buddhism. 9½ MkW- dksly;k;u] Hknar vkuan & cks/n /kez dh cq/nhoknh leh{kk- 10½ jtuhdkar kkl=h & fganw tkrh dk mrfkku vksj iru- 11½ dkslach] /kekzuan & cq/n/kez vkf.k la?k- 12½ lkald`r;k;u] jkgwy & n kzu & fnxn kzu- 13½ MkW- dksly;k;u] Hknar vkauan & n kzu- 14½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk /kezn kzu- 15½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & cq/n vksj cks/n n kzu- 16½ ujsanz nso & cks/n n kzu- 17½ MkW- mik/;k;] Hkjrflag & cks/n n kzu rfkk vu; Hkkjrh; n kzu- 18½ MkW- mik/;k;] Hkjrflag & ikyh lkfgr; dk bfrgkl- 19½ MkW- foeyfdrhz & cks/n /kez ds fodkl esa MkW- vkacsmdj dk ;ksxnku- 22

23 Core Elective Paper 1 3T3 (A) - Political Thought (a) 3T3 (B) - Ambedkar on Historism (a) 3T3 (A) - POLITICAL THOUGHT (a) Unit.1 A) Ideological Foundations of Dr. Ambedkar s Political Philosophy:. a)liberalism b)buddhism B) Dr. Ambedkar on Law and Social Change. a) The Concept of Law. b) Various Schools of Law c) Social Change d) Social Revolution. Unit 2. A) Dr. Ambekar s Views on nature and Sphere of action of Government: a) Forms of Government. b) Federal Structure of Government. c) Unitary Structure of Government. d) Functions of Government. e) Constitutional Morality. B) Dr. Ambedkar on Party System: a) Role of Opposition Party in Parliamentary Democracy. b) Aims and Objects of Independent Labour Party. c) Aims and Objects of R.P.I. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar on Human Rights: a) Concept of Human Rights b) Human Rights of Untouchables in india. c) Universal Declaration of Human Rights. d) Civil and Political Rights of Unit.4. Dr. Ambedkar on Nation and Nationalism: a) Political Independence. b) Political Integration. c) Constitutional Nationalism. d) Hindu-Muslim Conflict. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 1,2,8,9,10,13. 2) Dr. Jatav The Political Philosophy of Dr. Ambedkar, Phoenix Publishing Agency,. Agra. 3) Rajashekharriya Dr. Ambedkar s Politics of Emancipation. 4) Bharil Chandra Social and Political Ideas of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 5) Dr. Lokhande, G.S. A Study in Social Democracy. 6) Ahir, D.C. Gandhi and Ambedkar, Ajay Prakashan, New Delhi, ) Bhagwan Das Thus Spoke of Dr. Ambedkar Vol. I, II, III, IV. 8½ MkW- dqcsj] ok-uk- & vkacsmdj fopkj eafku] iq.ks- 9½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & Hkkjrh; jkt;?kvuk vkf.k MkW- vkacsmdj- 10½ MkW- HkksGs] Hkk- y- & vk/kqfud Hkkjrkrhy jktdh; fopkj- 11½ MkW- xtfhk;s] ks"kjkt & MkW- vkacsmdjkaps jktdh; rÿokku],l- ds- icyhds ku] ukxiwj- 12½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & jk"vªh; vkanksyu esa MkW- vkacsmdj dh Hkqfedk] lerk lkfgr; lnu] t;iwj- 23

24 3T3 (B) - AMBEDKAR ON HISTICISM (a) Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar on Historicism: Sources, Importance and Philosophy of History, His Approach towards Indian history. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar on Historicism: a) Ancient Period : Revolution and Counter-Revoluation in Ancient Indian History, Slavery. b) Mediaeval Period Rajput, Sultan. c) Modern Period British Rule. Unit 3. History of Untouchability, History of Mahar Regiment. Unit 4. Ambedkarite Historical Method : a) Characteristics of Ambedkarite Historical Method. b) Dr. Ambedkar as Historian. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vols. 1,3,4,5,7,8,9,12. 2) Dr. Jatav, D. R. Dr. Ambedkar s Role in National Movement. 3½ MkW- ujsanz xk;dokm & MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdjkaps futke LVsVojhy fopkj- 4½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & jk"vªh; vkanksyu esa MkW- vkacsmdj dh Hkwfedk- 5½ [ksjeksms] pka- Hk- & MkW- Hkhejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 5] 6] 7] 8½ 6½ MkW- vkspjey],y- ok;- & vkacsmdjoknh lkfgr; vkf.k bfrgkl i/nr] oshko izdk ku eamg] mygkl uxj] eqacbz- 24

25 3T4 (A) - Research Methodology (a) 3T4 (B) - Foundation Paper 1 AmbedkarThought 1 (Note - Foundation paper is only for the regular stuent of other departments.) 3T4 (A) - Research Methodology (a) Unit 1. Nature of Social Research: a) Meaning, Characteristics and Significance of Social Research b) Research Process or Steps in Social Research. c) Bearing of Empirical Research and Theory on Each Other. Unit 2. Hypothesis: a) Meaning and Characteristics of Hypothesis. b) Sources of Hypothesis. c) Qualities of a Workable or Good Hypothesis. Unit 3. Research Design: a) Meaning and Objects of Research Design b) Steps of Research Design c) Type of Research Design Exploratory, Descriptive, Diagnostic and Experimental Research Design. Unit 4. Sampling: a) Meaning of Sampling b) Main Steps of Sampling c) Advantages and Disadvantages of Sampling d) Types of Sampling. 1. Merton, Robert - Social Theory and Social Structure. 2. Goode, W.& Hatt. P - Methods in Social Research. 3. Jahoda, M. Deutsch & Cook - Research Methods in Social Relation. 4. Festinger, L.D. & Katz, D.(ed.) - Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences. 5. Modge, J. - The Tools of Social Sciences. 6. Young, P. - Scientific Social Surveys and Research. 7. P. Saravanavel, Research Methodology. 8. Bose, Pradip Kumar - Research Methodology, New Delhi, ICCSR. 9. D.A. Devaus, Sarveys in Social Research, London. 10. Punch, Keith, Introduction to Social Research, London. 11. Mukherjee P.N., Methodology in Social Research. 12. MkW- iznhi vkxykos & lkekftd la kks/ku Ik/nrh] Jh lkbzukfk izdk ku] ukxiwj- 25

26 FOUNDATION PAPER 1 3T4 (B) - AMBEDKAR THOUGHT -1 Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar s Childhood & Education: d) Childhood of Dr. Ambedkar. e) Education in India f) Education Abroard. Unit 2. Waiting for Visa: Unit 3. Struggle for Human Rights: a) Mahad Movement (Dharm Sangar). b) Temple Entry Agitation. c) Labour Paraty: Manifesto & Activities. d) Women Empowerment Hindu Code Bill. Unit 4. Embracing Buddhism: a) Declaration of Conversion: Background. b) Aims and Objects of Embracing Buddhism. 4) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 10,12,13, 17,18 5) Keer, Dhanjay Dr. Ambedkar : Life and Mission, Popullar Prakashan, Mumbai. 3½ 'kgkjs] xtfhk;s & ckcklkgsc MkW- vecsmdj dh la?k"kz;k=k,oa lans k] le;d izdk ku] ubz fnyyh- 4½ vkxykos] MkW- iznhi vksj xtfhk;s] lat;] MkW- ckcklkgc vkecsmdj dh /keeøkarh] le;d izdk ku] ubz fnyyh ½ dhj] /kuat;- & MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdj IkkWI;wyj izdk ku] eq acbz- 26

27 M.A. (Ambedkar Thought) Examination Semester IV Core Papers - I 4T1 ECONOMIC THOUGHT (b) Unit 1. a) Economic Analysis of Dr. Ambedkar's State Socialism. b) Economic Policies in Directive Principles. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar s Thought on: a) Poverty b) Unemployment. c) Rural Development d) Nationalisation. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar's Contribution on : a) Water Management. b) Development of Electricity. c) Population Rise of and Birth Controal. d) Labour Reform. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar's Thought on : a) Mahar Watan Slavery. b) Land Reform. c) Bonded Labour. d) Planning. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 1,2,3,6,9,10. 2) Bhagwan Das (Edited) Gandhi and Gandhism Dr. Ambedkar, Bhim Patrika Publications, Jallunder, ) Dr. Kasare, M. L. Philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, B.I. Publication, New Delhi, ) Permaiah, P. K., Sateesh Reddy Dr. Ambedkar s Economic Philosophy, Delta Pub. House, New Delhi, ) Dongre, M. K. Economic Thought of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 6) Dr. Mangudkar, M.P. Dr. Ambedkar and Family Planning, Poona, ) Bhagwan Das (Edited) Thus Spoke Ambedkar s - Vols. II, III, Ambedkar Sahitya Prakashan, Banglore. 8½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & vkacsmdj vkf.k ekdlz- 9½ MkW- [kkansokys] us#jdj & vfkz kkl=h; iz.kkyhpk bfrgkl] fo k cqdl] vksjaxkckn- 10½ MkW- tk/ko] ujsanz & MkW- vkacsmdjkaps vkffkzd fopkj] lqxkok izdk ku] iq.ks- 27

28 Core Paper II 4T2 - RELIGIOUS THOUGHT (b) Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar Views on : a) Renouncement (Grihatyaga) of Siddhartha b) Anishwaravada, c) Anatmavad, d) Anityata Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar's Views on : a) Four Noble Truths (Four Arya Satyas) b) Pratitya Samutpada c) Arya Ashtangik Marga d) Nirvana Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar's Views on : a) Kamma-Siddhant b) Rebirth c) Ten Parmita d) Buddhism & Science. Unit 4. Buddhist Thinkers : a)nagsen, b) Nagarjun c) Dignag. 1) Dr. Ambedkar, B. R. The Buddha and His Dhamma. 2) Dr. Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 3,11,17,18 Education Department,. Govt. of Maharashtra, Bombay. 3) Narsu, N. L. Essence of Buddhism. 4) Dr. Ahir, D.C. Revival of Buddhism. 5) Wilkinson, T. S. (Edited) Dr. Ambedkar and the New Buddhist Movement. 6) Tagde Shyam Bodhisatta Ambedkar s Buddha Dhamma Mission, Pradhya.. Maitri Pratistan 7) Dr. Ramteke, D. L. Revival of Buddhism in India. 8) Dr. Bapat 2500 Years of Buddhism. 9½ MkW- dksly;k;u] Hknar vkuan & cks/n /kez dh cq/nhoknh leh{kk- 10½ jtuhdkar kkl=h & fganw tkrh dk mrfkku vksj iru- 11½ dkslach] /kekzuan & cq/n/kez vkf.k la?k- 12½ lkald`r;k;u] jkgwy & n kzu&fnxn kzu- 13½ MkW- dksly;k;u] Hknar vkauan & n kzu- 14½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & MkW- vkacsmdj dk /kezn kzu- 15½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & cq/n vksj cks/n n kzu- 16½ ujsanz nso & cks/n n kzu- 17½ MkW- mik/;k;] Hkjrflag & cks/n n kzu rfkk vu; Hkkjrh; n kzu- 18½ MkW- mik/;k;] Hkjrflag & ikyh lkfgr; dk bfrgkl- 19½ MkW- foeyfdrhz & cks/n /kez ds fodkl esa MkW- vkacsmdj dk ;ksxnku- 28

29 Core Electilve 2 PAPER III 4T3 (A) - Political Thought (b) 4T3 (B) - Ambedkar on Historicism (b) 4T3 (A) - POLITICAL THOUGHT (b) Unit 1. A) Dr. Ambedkar on Foreign Policy: a) Dr. Ambedkar s Thought on Second World War. b) Dr.Ambedkar s Thoughts on Pakistan. c) Thought on Kasmir Problem. d) Thought on Tibet, China,USSR. B) Dr. Ambedkar on Socialism: a) Concept of State Socialism. b) Views on Socialism and State Socialism. Unit 2. Gandhi and Ambedkar on Eradication of Untouchability and Communal Representation: a) Views of Gandhi on Eradication of Untouchability and Communal Representation. b) Views of Dr.Ambedkar on Eradication of Untouchability and Communal Representation. c) Views of Dr. Ambedkar on Minorities. Unit 3. Dr. Ambedkar on Democracy a) Principles of Democracy b) Nexus of Social and Economical Decocracy c) Conditions for Success of Democracy Unit 4. Political Legacy of Dr. Ambedkar. a) Political Philosophy of Dr. Ambedkar. b) Aim s and Object of Political Party c) Politics of Emancipation REFERENCER BOOKS :- 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Vol. 1,2,8,9,10,13. 2) Dr. Jatav The Political Philosophy of Dr. Ambedkar, Phoenix Publishing Agency, Agra. 3) Rajashekharaiah Dr. Ambedkar s Politics of Emancipation. 4) Bharil Chandra Social and Political Ideas of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 5) Dr. Lokhande, G.S. A Study in Social Democracy. 6) Ahir, D.C. Gandhi and Ambedkar, Ajay Prakashan, New Delhi, ) Bhagwan Das Thus Spoke of Dr. Ambedkar Vol. I, II, III, IV. 8½ MkW- dlcs] jkolkgsc & Hkkjrh; jkt;?kvuk vkf.k MkW- vkacsmdj- 9½ MkW- dqcsj] ok-uk- & vkacsmdj fopkj eafku] iq.ks- 10½ MkW- HkksGs] Hkk- y- & vk/kqfud Hkkjrkrhy jktdh; fopkj- 11½ MkW- xtfhk;s] ks"kjko & MkW- vkacsmdjkaps jktdh; rÿokku],l- ds- icyhds ku] ukxiwj- 12½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & jk"vªh; vkanksyu esa MkW- vkacsmdj dh Hkqfedk] lerk lkfgr; lnu] t;iwj- 29

30 4T3 (B) - AMBEDKAR ON HISTICISM (b) Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar on National Problems: a) Nizam State b) Kashmir Problem c) Indo China Pact 1954, Tibet Buffer State d) Linguistic States Unit 2. Dr Ambedkar s Thought on Partition of India. Unit 3. Dr Ambedkar s Patriotic Role in Poona Pact. Unit 4. Dr. Ambedkar on the British Regime: His Memorandums submitted to various Commissions, i.e. Southborough Commission, Simon Commission, Cripps Mission, Cabinet Mission etc. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vols. 1,3,4,5,7,8,9,12. 2) Dr. Jatav, D. R. Dr. Ambedkar s Role in National Movement. 3½ MkW- ujsanz xk;dokm & MkW- ckcklkgsc vkacsmdjkaps futke LVsVojhy fopkj- 4½ MkW- tkvo] Mh- vkj- & jk"vªh; vkanksyu esa MkW- vkacsmdj dh Hkwfedk- 5½ [ksjeksms] pka- Hk- & MkW- Hkhejko jketh vkacsmdj] pfj= ¼[kaM 5] 6] 7] 8½ 6½ MkgkV] /kujkt & MkW- vkacsmdj vkf.k dk ehj lel;k] lkdsr izdk ku- 7½ MkW- vkspjey],y- ok;- & vkacsmdjoknh lkfgr; vkf.k bfrgkl i/nr] oshko izdk ku eamg] mygkl uxj] eqacbz- 30

31 4T3 (A) - Research Methodology (b) Foundation Paper 2 4T3 (B) - AmbedkarThought 2 (Note - Foundation paper is only for the regular stuent of other departments.) 4T3 (A) - RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (b) Unit 1. Methods of data Collection: a) Observation: Meaning,Kinds, Importance and, Limitations of Observation in Social Research. b) Questionnaire: Characteristics of a good Questionnaire, Types of Questionnaire, Advantage and Limitations of Questionnaire Method. c) Interview: Types of Importance and Limitations of Interview Method in Social Research. d) Case Study Method: Characteristics of Case Study Method, Sources of Information in Case Study Methods. Unit 2. Analysis and Interpretation of Data and Report Writing: a)editing, Coding, Tabulation & Analysis. b)preparation of Research Report. Unit 3.Modern Trends in Social Research, Statistical & Computer Application: a) Measures of Central Tendency:- Mean, Median and Mode. b) Measures of Dispersion or Deviation c) Co-relational Analysis. d) Application of Computers in Social Research. Unit 4. Scaling Techniques & Problems of Measurement: a) The Bogardus Social Distance Scale b) Sociometric Scale. c) Validity and Reliability in Social Research. 1. Goode, W.& Hatt. P : Methods in Social Research. 2. Jahoda, M. Deutsch & Cook : Research Methods in Social Relation. 3. Festinger, L.D. & Katz, D.(ed.) : Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences. 4 Modge,J. :The Tools of Social Sciences. 5 Young, P. : Scientific Social Surveys and Research. 6. P. Saravanavel, Research Methodology. 7. Bose Pradip Kumar : Research Methodology, New Delhi, ICCSR. 8. D.A. Devaus, 1986 : Sarveys in Social Research, London. 9. Punch, Keith 1986: Introduction to Social Research, London. 10. Mukherjee P.N : Methodology in Social Research. 11. MkW- iznhi vkxykos & lkekftd la kks/ku Ik/nrh] Jh lkbzukfk izdk ku] ukxiwj- 31

32 FOUNDATION PAPER 2 4T4 (B) - AMBEDKAR THOUGHT 2 Unit 1. Dr. Ambedkar s Role of Nation Building in Round Table Conference: a) Round Table Conference - First. b) Round Table Conference - Second c) Round Table Conference - Third. Unit 2. Dr. Ambedkar s Contribution in the Development of India: a) Water Management. b) Development of Electricity. c) Reformation of Labour laws. d) Birth Control. Unit 3. The architect of Indian Constitution: a) Concept of Fundamental Rights (First speech of Dr. Ambedkar before Constituent Asseml by). b) Directive Principles. c) Memorandum submitted to the Constituent assembly- States & Minority. d) Contribution for the Development of ST/OBC Unit 4. Contribution to National Movement: a) Concept of Nation & Nationalism. b) Contribution in National Movement. 1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches, Vol. 1,2,10,13 2) Aglave, Pradeep (Edi.) Dr. Ambedkar national & Nationalism, Dr. Ambedkar Chair, R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur. 3) Shyamlal & Saxena - Ambedkar & National Building, Rawat Publication, Jaipur. ==================================================================== 32