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Political Science — 2006 (Set II— Compartment Delhi)

General Instructions: See in the Set—1 Comptt. 2006.

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

Q. 1. What is an indirect election? Give one example. (2)

Q. 2. What is the significance of opinion polls? (2)

Q. 8. Define Social Justice. (2)

Q. 9. What is meant by political development? (2)

Q. 10. What do you understand by the ‘class-struggle’? (2)

Q. 12. Describe in brief the structural-functional approach to the study of Comparative politics. (4)

Q. 16. Give any two arguments in support of reservation of one-third seats for women at Panchayat level. (4)

Q. 18. What is equality before law? Give any two arguments. (4)

Q. 19. What do you understand by a welfare state? (4)

Q. 20. ‘Right to work’ should be included in Fundamental Rights. Give any two reasons. (4)

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