The department of Economics was established since the inception of the college i.e. 2nd July 1938. Shri R.K. Page, a renowned writer and economist was appointed as head of the department. Later, he became the Principal of the college. The department has been served by some dignitaries who were, later an elected to higher positions in different fields including shri. Deodhar, Shri. K. S. Deshpande & Shri. H. R. Tiwari. The Post graduate Department of economics was started in the session 1982-83.  Subsequently, the department has had a good a fortune of being shaped and developed under the leadership for academicians like Shri. A.K. Paraskar, Shri. D. M. Phadke and Dr. H.R. Tiwari. At Present, Dr. Prasannjit R. Gawai is working as the head of the department since June 2014. It is one of the major department of the faculty of Humanities where strength of the students is increasing day by day


The Department of Political Science invites students wishing to develop the analytical skills necessary to understand contemporary social and political issues. With original scholarship, basic and applied research, and creative instructors constituting an essential core upon which to draw, programs at the Department attract an outstanding selection of qualified students from throughout the region and the world. The curriculum is unique within Europe, covering almost all areas of political studies, and offers in-depth expertise in the comparative politics of Europe and beyond, with special emphasis on contemporary challenges facing society. Representing a comprehensive range of academic approaches and expertise, faculty address questions of political philosophy, democratization and regime change, constitutional politics, political economy, voting behavior, party politics, human rights and Europeanization, in a comparative manner.



 After completing B. A. Political Science students will have

  • PSO 1:   Ability to discuss about Indian Constitution and Political Process.
  • PSO 2:   Ability to discuss Political thinking in western ideology and political system.
  •  PSO 3:  Ability to describe communist political system and as well as western political system

 ( M. A.)

  • PO1:  Knowledge:  In-depth knowledge of Indian Constitution, Central Government & Local Self Government, UK, USA,& China’s constitution & Political system, Structure of UN & SAARC,  Concept of theory & Thought.
  •  PO2: Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking       and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different  perspectives.
  • PO3: Collaborative and organization skills: Skills of working collaboratively in teams and plan as well as Manage their workload.
  •  PO4: Effective Communication: Speak, read, write and listen clearly in person and through electronic  Media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting People, ideas, books, media and technology.
  • PO5: Personality development: Awareness of personal strengths and weaknesses. Will have self- reflection and discipline.
  • PO6: Social Interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in-   group settings.
  • PO7:Effective Citizenship:  Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity cantered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate In civic life through volunteering.
  • PO 8: Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of Your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.
  • PO 9:  Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long  Learning in the broadest context socio-technological change.