Indian Communism: Its Role Towards The Indian Polity
Indian Communism: Its Role Towards the Indian Polity traces the role of the Indian communist movement towards the Indian polity. It focuses the leading role and the active participation of the Indian Communist Parties (CPI & CPI-M) in the parliamentary politics, their interest in left united front coalition government of states, their monopoly of rule in some of the states and the growth of naxalist movement in the country, the present socio-economic condition of the Indian masses, their economic, and educational backwardness and stagnation in their thinking in political and economic issues have been basically proved and analysed in this work. The authors have sought to highlight the failures of the powers related with the downfall of government which was at the helm of administration and also the party’s attempts to eliminate poverty from the country. The authors discuss systematically the success and failure of the Communist Parties and the role played by them in different socio-economic spheres. This book has been recommended for the textual pursuits by students of Public Administration, Political Science and labour and social welfare and will also prove useful for Researchers having involvement in different research activities and projects.
Dr. Ram Sakal Singh took his M.A. degree in Political Science from the Magadh University in 1968, and Ph.D. in Political Science from the Patna University in 1979. He was awarded D.Litt. degree from Magadh University, Bodh Gaya. He joined as Head, Department of Political Science in S.N. Sinha College, Hehanabad in 1970. Presently he is University Professor of Political Science in P.G. Centre, Nalanda College, Biharshariff. He has already published a number of books. Several of his research articles have been published in leading research Journals of Political Science. He has also contributed and read papers in a number of Seminars held under auspices of different universities of India. Dr. Champa Singh (b. 1952) took her M.A. degree in Political Science from Magadh University in 1980. And Ph.D. in Political Science in 1987. She joined as Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, Ayodhya Mahilla College, Biharshariff in 1983. Several of her research articles have been published in leading and reputed research journals. She has also contributed a read papers in a number of Seminars held by Indian Political Science Association.
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