A bachelor's degree in political science can lead to exciting careers in central, state and local governments; law; business; international organizations; nonprofit associations and organizations; campaign management and polling; journalism; precollegiate education; electoral politics; research and university and college teaching. Political science majors gain analytical skills, administrative competence and communication abilities that are valued in a wide spectrum of potential career areas.
The Department of Political Science has been functioning since the inception of the college in 1979. Realizing the significance of the subject, the college has introduced Major in Political Science in 1990. Since then the Department has been trying its best to groom up the budding talents and mould their career for the better. The department has already produced a number of first class degree holders in B.A. level. In 2002, the department has formed Political Science Study Forum to create political awareness among the students as well as the community. The Department has been publishing one annual journal named Perspectives.
The Department employs learner-centric, innovative teaching methods.