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Departmental Profile

The department of Political Science, under the school of Social Sciences, started functioning in 1995. The objective of the curriculum designed in the department is to train P.G. students thoroughly in all branches of the discipline, Focusing on classical themes and recent development. The course content is wide ranging. The curriculum covers theoretical conceptual and empirical aspects of the discipline. This provides the students with necessary conceptual awareness to undertake further specialized studies and research activities.

Courses Offered Duration Number of Seats Program Course Structure Timetable
M.A(by course work) Four Semester 77 M.A(Syllabus)
IPP(course work) One Semester Syllabus for Pre-Phd and MPhil(By Coursework)
M.Phil(by course work & dissertation)      
Ph.D. (by course work and research work)        
D.Litt(by research work)        
Open Course Teneper

 Publications By The Faculty Members



Designation Area of Specialization Email & Contact
R. R. Dhamala, Ph.D Professor Public Administration, Human Rights
Debasish Bhattacharjee, Ph.D. Professor Govt. and Politics in India,Modern Political Analysis,Politics in North East India.
Joyati Bhattacharjee, Ph.D. Professor International politics.
Tenapalli Hari,  Ph.D Associate Professor International Relations
P. Kanaka Rao.M.Phil. Astt. Professor Political Theory, Methodology of Social Sciences.
Harsha S., Ph.D. Astt. Professor Political Sociology, Comparative Public Administration & Research Methodology
Debotosh Chakraborty, M.Phil. Ph.D. Astt. Professor Political Sociology, Local Governance
N. Bijen Meetei, Ph.D. Astt. Professor Political Theory, Multiculturalism
Tapan Das Ph.D Astt. Professor Democracy and Political Activism, North East Politics,Research Methodology
Mahan Borah M.A. Astt. Professor Regional Politics, Society and Politics in South Asia.
Moses Kharbithai, M.Phil, Ph.D Astt. Professor Politics of Indian Diaspora and Development, Comparative Politics

Head of the Department

Prof. Joyati Bhattacharjee

: (03842) 270833 (O)


Many of the students who have passed out from the department are now serving as faculty members in colleges and other institutions of learning within and outside of North-East India and also found placements in various Government and Private sector organizations.