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Plz suggest me mains books for political science optional

Which are the best book to read for political science optional

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  • Criska87 said:

    Which are the best book to read for political science optional

    Politics by andrew heywood
    Political idologies by andrew heywood
    Political theory by OP Gauba
    Western thought by subrata mukharjee or ny brain nelson (either)
    Comparative politics by JC Johari (selective)
    Global politics by heywood or book on eorld politics by baylis snd smith (any 1)
    Basics- ncert and ignou
    Freedom struggle - bipin chandra or shekhar bandopadyay
    Polity- laxmikanth
    IGP - BL Fadia (selective)
    The Hindu, world gocus magazine for current IR
  • TicTac said:

    Criska87 said:

    Which are the best book to read for political science optional

    Politics by andrew heywood
    Political idologies by andrew heywood
    Political theory by OP Gauba
    Western thought by subrata mukharjee or ny brain nelson (either)
    Comparative politics by JC Johari (selective)
    Global politics by heywood or book on eorld politics by baylis snd smith (any 1)
    Basics- ncert and ignou
    Freedom struggle - bipin chandra or shekhar bandopadyay
    Polity- laxmikanth
    IGP - BL Fadia (selective)
    The Hindu, world gocus magazine for current IR
    Thanks for your guidance bhai
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