Department of Political Science / Environmental Science

Political science is a  social science discipline concerned with the study of the state, government, and politics. Aristotle defined it as the study of the state. It deals extensively with the theory and practice of politics, and the analysis of political systems and political behavior.The department prepares the students for careers in government, teaching, and research, and for further study in professional and graduate fields such as law, social work, journalism, business and public administration, and public affairs. The paper Indian Constitution has been introduced  in the curriculum of all under graduate courses, which emphasis on Fundamental Rights and Duties. 

The Constitution of India was passed by the Constituent Assembly of India on November 26, 1949, and came into effect on January 26, 1950. India celebrates January 26 each year as Republic Day. It is the longest written constitution of any independent nation in the world, containing 395 articles and 12 schedules, as well as numerous amendments.The Constitution lays down the basic structure of government under which the people are to be governed. It establishes the main organs of government - the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. The Constitution not only defines the powers of each organ, but also demarcates their responsibilities. 

Environmental studies deals with every issue that affects an organism. It is essentially a multidisciplinary approach that brings about an appreciation of our natural world and human impacts on its integrity. It is an applied science as its seeks practical answers to making human civilization sustainable on the earth’s finite resources.Its components include biology, geology, chemistry, physics, engineering, sociology, health,anthropology, economics, statistics, computers and philosophy.The paper Environmental Science has been introduced  in the curriculum of all under graduate courses.

The EVS enlighten us about the importance of protection and conservation of our environment. EVS have been significant for the following reasons:

  • Problems cropped in the wake of development.
  • Environment being of international importance.
  • Explosive increase in population.
  • Need to save humanity from extinction.
  • Need for an alternative solution.
  • Need for wise planning of development.


Faculty List
                 Dr.ANURADHA RAMANNA
                 MSc, MPhil, PhD,UGC-NET
                 Assistant Professor 
                 Department of  Political Science