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Political Science — 2006 (Set II— OutSide 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. Mention any two characteristics of a good law. (1+1)

Q. 6. List any two features of the electoral system in India. (1+1)

Q. 10. Mention any two functions of the Secretary General of the United Nations. (1+1)

Q. 15. Mention any four demerits of Socialism. (1+1+1+1)

Q. 17. List any four conditions necessary for a healthy public opinion. (1+1+1+1)

Q. 24. “The Indian democratic system even after half a century of Independence is seriously suffering from Communalism.” Comment. (8)

Or

Evaluate any four steps taken by the Government of India for the eradication of poverty. (2+2+2+2)

Q. 25. Examine the composition and functions of the U.N. Security Council. Suggest any two measures by which it may become more effective. (2+2+2+2)

Or

Critically examine the phases of tension and cordiality pertaining to Indo-Nepal relationship. (8)

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