M.Phil. International Relations

Jadavpur University
In Kolkata

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  • MPhil
  • Kolkata
  • Duration:
    2 Years

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Where and when

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Raja S. C. Mullick Road Jadavpur, 700032, West Bengal, India
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· Requirements

A minimum of 50% marks in the M.A. or equivalent examination (47% marks for PD candidates and permanent full-time teachers with a minimum of 5 years experience in Government recognized colleges; relaxation as per rules for SC/ST candidates).

Course programme

The Jadavpur University offers a number of courses.One of the courses M.Phil. International Relations

This Course is offered by the Department of Arts

M.Phil. degrees are offered in Political Science and International Relations respectively. The department offers three optional language courses at the Postgraduate level. The M.Phil. degree is also offered in International Relations.
The M.Phil. degree is also offered in International Relations. The intake of students in the department at the Under-graduate, Post-graduate and M.Phil. level is 135, 130 and 30 respectively. The students are admitted to the Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses on merit only. There is an admission test for the M.Phil. course.

The University imparts knowledge on the varied aspects of national and international politics giving primary emphasis on contemporary issues relating to political, strategic and economic matters. There are at present 19 faculty members. Faculty members of the department are engaged in teaching at the Undergraduate,Postgraduate and M.Phil. levels, as well as in research in different aspects of international relations. At present, five options are offered on Area Studies which are included as special papers in the Postgraduate course. The department promotes research in such areas as internal and external security concerns of India and South Asia, bilateral relations, foreign policy, problems of ethnicity, society and the role of military in South Asia, human rights, environmental issues and the concept of gender in international relations. The department also has a Centre for Refugee Studies.

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