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  1. Understanding Political Systems: Political science education focuses on the study of political institutions, governmental structures, and the functioning of political systems at local, national, and international levels.

  2. Political Theory and Ideologies: It explores political theories, ideologies, and philosophical foundations shaping governance, policies, and societal structures.

  3. Policy Analysis and Public Administration: Political science education delves into policy analysis, public administration, and governance mechanisms, examining how policies are formulated, implemented, and evaluated.

  4. Comparative Politics: It involves comparative studies of political systems, governments, and political behaviors across different countries, regions, and cultures.

  5. International Relations: Political science education encompasses international relations, diplomacy, global governance, and geopolitical dynamics, exploring interactions between nations and global actors.

  6. Political Behavior and Participation: It examines political behavior, voting patterns, civic engagement, social movements, and the role of citizens in shaping political processes and outcomes.

  7. Legal and Constitutional Studies: It includes studies in constitutional law, legal frameworks, human rights, and the rule of law, examining their impact on governance and political structures.

  8. Policy Advocacy and Analysis: Political science education equips individuals with skills in policy advocacy, critical analysis, and the ability to understand and influence public policies and political discourse.

Political science education provides a comprehensive understanding of political processes, governance structures, international relations, and societal dynamics, preparing individuals for roles in governance, public service, advocacy, and academia.




B.Sc. (Ed.) Political Science Education

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B.Sc. Political Science

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