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POLTICAL SCIENCE 2005 (Set-III Delhi)
Except for the following questions, all the remaining questions have been asked in Set I.& Set II..
Q. 1. “Absolute equality is neither feasible nor desirable.” Comment. 2
Q. 4. Differentiate between Rights and Claims. 2
|1. it is a demand backed by a personal coprice of the individual.
2. Being an unreasonable demand it may not be accepted by the society.
3. It aims at only personal welfare.
1. It is a clam backed by disinterested desire.
2. It received recognition.
3. it involves the good of all.
Q. 5. What do you mean by delimitation of constituencies? 2
Q. 8. “Opposition parties are the backbone of a democracy” Comment on it. 2
Q. 15. Write a short note on criminalisation of politics in India. 4
Q. 21. What is liberalism? Discuss the basic tensions in liberalism. 2+6
Discuss Lenin and Mao’s contribution to Marxism. 4+4
Q. 24. ‘Describe India’s role in the SAARC. 8
Mention the main principles of India’s Foreign Policy. 8
CBSE 2005 Question Papers Class XII