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Political Science — 2006 (Set I— OutSide Delhi)

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

Q. 1.Define liberty. (2)

Q. 2.What is a Laissez faire state? (2)

Q. 3.Mention any two economic rights. (1+1)

Q. 4.Mention any two traditional approaches to the study of Comparative Politics. (1+1)

Q. 5.What do you mean by Humanism? (2)

Q. 6.What is meant by Proportional Representation? (2)

Q. 7.List any two functions of the National Development Council (1+1)

Q. 8.What is the meaning of delimitation of constituencies? (2)

Q. 9.Write a short note on the National Commission for Women (2)

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

Q.11.How are law and liberty related to each other? (4)

Q. 12. Describe any four characteristics of a Welfare State? (1+1+1+1)

Q. 13. What do you understand by Comparative Politics Explain its input-output approach (2+2)

Q. 14. Explain the meaning of political participation. (4)

Q. 15. Describe any two characteristics of Fascism (2+2)

Q. 16. Explain the composition of the Election Commission. (4)

Q. 17. List any two advantages and two disadvantages of the bi-party system. (2+2)

Q. 18. What role has been played by the Five Year Plans in the socio-economic development of India? (4)

Q. 19. Why has political violence increased in India? Mention any two suggestions by which it may be curbed (2+2)

Q. 20. Explain any two steps by which some cordiality has appeared in Indo Pak relations. (2+2)

Q. 21. Define equality. Describe the relationship between political and economic equality. (2+6)

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What is meant by negative liberty? Explain any two differences between negative and positive liberty. (4+4)

Q. 22. Critically examine any four fundamental principles of Marxism. (2x4)

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Assess any two basic principles of Gandhism. Give any two arguments to prove that Gandhism is relevant today. (4+2+2)

Q. 23. Evaluate the policies and programmes of CPI (M). (8)

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Critically examine the policies and programmes of the Congress Party. (8)

Q. 24. “Casteism continues to be a major hindrance in the successful functioning of Indian democracy.” Comment. (8)

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Assess the significance of universalization of elementary education in the successful functioning of a democratic system like India. (8)

Q. 25. Critically examine the nature of Indian foreign policy. (8)

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What is Globalization? Mention any three of its advantages and three disadvantages for the Indian political system. (2+3+3)

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