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  • Course No: HS 605
  • Course: MA in Development Studies
  • Semester: I
  • Title: Reflections on India’s Development
  • Stream: English
  • Description:

    Ideas and challenges that face the New India: Economic and social liberalizations ; Impact on

    Indian private and public lives; Indian traditions and the western imagination; Contemporary India

    and the argumentative tradition; Pluralist, interactive and dynamic heritage of literary, cultural,

    political and scientific developments in India; Social and economic transformation of India.

     

    Texts/References:

    1. N. Nilekani, Imagining India: The Idea of a Renewed Nation, Penguin, New Delhi , 2009.

    2. A Sen, The Argumentative Indian, Picador,2004.

    3. G. Das, The Elephant Paradigm, Penguin Books India, 2003.

    4. A. P.J. Abdul Kalam, India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium, Penguin Books India, 2003.

    5. S. Tharoor, The Elephant, the Tiger and the Cell Phone: Reflections on India in the 21st Century,

    Arcade, 2007.

    6. G. Das, India Unbound, Penguin Books India, 2002.

    7. A. P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power Within India, Penguin Books, 2003.

    8. S. Tharoor, India:From Midnight to the Millenium, Harper Perennial, 1998.

  • Text:

    N. Nilekani, Imagining India: The Idea of a Renewed Nation, Penguin, New Delhi , 2009.^$^A Sen, The Argumentative Indian, Picador,2004.^$^G. Das, The Elephant Paradigm, Penguin Books India, 2003.^$^A. P.J. Abdul Kalam, India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium, Penguin Books India, 2003.^$^S. Tharoor, The Elephant, the Tiger and the Cell Phone: Reflections on India in the 21st Century, Arcade, 2007.^$^G. Das, India Unbound, Penguin Books India, 2002.^$^A. P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power Within India, Penguin Books, 2003.^$^S. Tharoor, India:From Midnight to the Millenium, H