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Political Science — 2006 (Set II— Delhi)

General Instructions: See in the Set-I, D.B., 2006.

Note: Except for the following questions, all the remaining questions have been asked in Set-I.

Q. 1. List any two kinds of law. (1+1)

Q. 6. What do you mean by election manifesto? (2)

Q. 10. List any two objectives of the United Nations. (1+1)

Q.15. Explain the “economic interpretation of History” as per Karl Marx. (4)

Q. 17. Why are political parties necessary for a democratic system? (4)

Q. 24. “Illiteracy to a great extent has hampered the functioning of Indian democracy.” Suggest any two methods by which the situation be improved. (4+2+2)

Or

“Political violence be done away with.” Do you agree? Give any three arguments in support of your answer. (2+2+2+2)

Q. 25. Assess the Indo-Pak relations in the context of recent events. (8)

Or

Examine the role of India in the activities carried out by the United Nations. (8)

 

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