COURSE STRUCTURE

The Course contains Seven Compulsory Subjects and Eighteen Optional Subjects as mentioned under the Syllabus. The student is required to attempt Two Question Papers from the Compulsory Subjects. Question Paper No. 1 shall cover Sl. No. 1 - 3 and Question Paper No. 2 shall cover Sl. No. 4 - 6 of Compulsory Subject. As regards Optional Subjects the candidate can choose any two subjects from Section-I (Specialized Agencies) and One each from Section -II (UN Programmes and Organs) & Section-III (Functional Commissions) comprising Four Optional Subjects. Each selected Optional Subjects shall be covered by a Question Paper to be attempted by the Candidate. The Question Papers for Final Examination shall be sent to the Candidate in the last week of the Semester.
Each Question Paper is of 100 Marks. There are Six Papers, Two from Compulsory Subjects and Four on Optional Subjects - total - 600 Marks. The Student require 60% Marks for the First Division, 50% for Second Division and 40% for a pass.

SYLLABUS

Compulsory Subjects
1. The Historical Perspective, Origin of the United Nations and its Development.
2. The United Nations Charter and Statute of the International Court of Justice.
3. The General Assembly.
4. The Security Council.
5. The Economic and Social Council.
6. The Secretariat.
OPTIONAL PAPERS 

ASSESSMENT

The assessment of the answer paper is based on the understanding and their relevance to the subject. The candidate has to answer the questions according to the instructions given in question paper.

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