DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
To mould political scientists with ability to think critically about political systems, processes, and institutions and the related subjects of political power, citizenship, and governance
. TO CREATE POLITICAL AWARENESS AMONG WOMEN IN REALISING THE SOCIOPOLITICAL REALITY
— 1967 - Establishment
Succession of Heads of Department
1973-1999 - Dr.Sr.Omer
1999-2006 - Ms.J.Anuja
Political Science was a subsidiary paper for BA Sociology and BA English till 2009.
Subsidiary paper for BA Sociology & BA English-Indian Constitution And Politics
CCSS system is introduced in undergraduate level.Subsidiary course is replaced by complementary programme in 2009 .In undergraduate level, the 4 semesters constitute 4 different complementary papers.
— Semester I- Indian Constitution and Politics-Basic features
— Semester II- Indian Constitution and Politics-Governmental structures.
— Semester III- Indian Constitution and Politics-Political Dynamics.
— Semester IV- Indian Constitution and Politics-Federal Dynamics and Decentralisation
Member Board of Examinations
Member of Board of Examinations for BA Political Science .
Chairman Sixth Semester BA Political Science (April 2015)
“Domestic Violence Act-Freedom from culture of silence and subjugation –A study in Kerala context” in the Book Human Rights in changing times, Cambridge Scholars Publishing,UK – Nov 2013
"Representation of SC/ST in Higher Education :A study among women college students Kerala Sociologist /Volume 42(2)/pp254-263 0975-8933,Dec 2014
— “Domestic Violence Act-Freedom from culture of silence and subjugation” –A study in Kerala context –at Shyam Lal College ,University of Delhi on 14 - 15 February, 2013
— “Representation of SC/ST in higher education: The stigma and isolation faced by them –A study in Arts and Science Colleges” National Seminar on Sociology in India –Issues and Challenges organised by KSS December 13-15 2013
-Domestic violence and its effects on the emotional and physical development of Adolescents- A study in Kerala Context Impact of violence on social institutions (Family, education and community)in India” National Seminar organized by SERFAC, Chennai, 26-27 Sep 2014
- Portrayal of women in Print Media: with special focus on Sudha Murthi’s Writings, , 16-17 Oct 2014
nt of Adolescents- A study in Kerala Context National Seminar on Women Media and ICT: “Potentialities and insecurities” organized by Department of Sociology, Sree Narayana College, Chempazhanthy, Thiruvananthapuram
- Family conflict and its effect on the development of adolescent girls Sree Narayana College, Chempazhanthy, Thiruvananthapuram National seminar on Crime against a women- Growing menace to society, organized by BCM college, Kottayam ,19-20 Jan 2015
- Early Marriage and its Impact on Educational Right and Career Aspiration of Women.National Seminar on Human rights and gender issues- towards pragmatic solutions St.Theressa’s College ,Ernakulam
POSITIONS HELD IN COLLEGE
- Coordinator of college Union Election
In collaboration with Psychology Department,a UGC sponsored One Day Seminar on the topic “Protection of Human Rights Of Psychologically Ill “ was conducted on 27th June 2014
Know Today Today
Create awareness on the various aspects of the current political and social scenario.
Conduct seminars on topics of current political and social issues. Students present paper once a month. A topic is selected and few students present paper of duration of 15 minutes which is followed by an interactive session.
Converse With the World
To inculcate news paper reading and critical thinking aptitude, to encourage reading habit and create current affair awareness in students .
Tie up with certain newspaper houses.Newspaper is provided to students at a subsidised rate. Discussions are undertaken on events of social relevance and which make newspaper headlines.
Students motivated to read newspapers and be updated.
— UG programme in Political Science
— Interdepartmental collaborative programmes
— Add on course
Vimala College, Thrissur -9
Thrissur-9, Kerala, India.
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