Research Output per year
The Department of Geopolitics and International Relations runs a two-year Post Graduate Programme and a Ph. D programme in Geopolitics and International Relations. The department, in addition to conducting research and teaching has also initiated a number of track two dialogues on international security issues with the USA, China, Israel and many others. The research component mostly emphasises on the Asia-Pacific region and the matters relating to international security. A number of publications have appeared on China’s rise and its implications.
The course in Geopolitics and International Relations would help in understanding the complex nature of the evolving and rapidly changing interdependent world and provide a comprehensive explanation of the emerging international security issues. The teaching curriculum of M.A. in Geopolitics and International Relations has been designed in consonance with the contemporary world security environment. The students in addition to classroom teaching are trained in conducting both policy and academic research on pertinent important themes impacting global peace and stability.
A study of the knowledge and attitude towards pulse polio immunization in semi urban areas of south IndiaJoseph, N., Subba, S. H., Nelliyanil, M., Kotian, S. M., Haridath, A. C., Kishor, N., Attavar, S., Poornima, P., Rane, D. V., Chaithali, H. & Husain, J., 01-01-2011, In : Australasian Medical Journal. 4, 2, p. 81-86 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution