Roll No.

~;f.

III
... Code No. ~

Series SSRl2
• • • •

cffis 01.

59/211

Please check that this question paper contains 8 printed pages. Code number given on the right hand side of the question paper should be written on the title page of the answer-book by the candidate. Please check that this question paper contains 35 questions. Please write down the serial number of the question before attempting it.

• • •

~ 'iiIF.r qj\ ~- ~ 1l ~ ~ 'iiIF.r qj\
~ ~

~

~

fcti ~ ~-~ Wf?f Cfit am: fcti ~ ~-~
~

ro;
~

1l ~ 1l
35 ~

~

8~ I CfiT ~I

IN: q;)s ~ -Q ~, ~

-rn:r
CfiT ~

3m:-~
~ ~

~ ~-~

lR ~

CfiT 3m: ~

POLITICAL SCIENCE <1",4"lRi (d$1I'1
Time allowed : 3 hours

f.Nfmr
General
ti)

'ff1Tlf : 3 ~ Instructions : All questions are compulsory.

Maximum Marks : 100 ~afcn: 100

(U) (iii)
(io) (v)

Questions number 1to 10 are of one mark each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 20 words each. Questions number 11 to 20 are of two marks each. The ansuiers to these questions should not exceed 40 words each. Questions number 21 to 80 are of four marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 100 words each. Questions number 81 to 85 are of should not exceed 150 words each.
six

marks each. The answers to these questions

to
(ii)

~
JfR

JTFT 3ff.:rqrlf ~. I
.CfiT ~ JfR ~

'fIW:rr 1 '# 10 31Wcii ;rtf iRr ~

I
CfiT ~ JfR

afcn CfiT

i

I~

JfR CfiT ~

20 ~

it
31fW;

(iii)

JfR

~iRr~1
(io)

'fIW:rr 11 '# 20

'((7 afcn

CfiT ~ I ~

JTFr CfiT ~
JfR CfiT ~

40 ~

it
100 ~

JfR

'fIW:rr 21 '# 80 31Wcii ~ iRr ~

CfiT ~

I

JTFr ~

afcn CfiT ~ I ~

it it

(v)

JTFr 'fIW:rr 81 '# 85 CfiT ~ 31Wcii ;rtf iRr ~ I

JTFr JT:' afcn CfiT ~ I ~

JfR CfiT ~

150 ~

59/2/1

1

P.T.O.

l£<.Fill in the blanks:
t~

1

The Western alliance headed by the U.S. represented the ideology of the Eastern alliance headed by the Soviet Union represented the ideology

and of

mn~~:
q~iI~l ~ CfiT ~3TI
2. CfiT ~3TI ~ ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Blfcp~d ~

~,

w.rr ~

~

~

I 1

What did the 'Second World' mean?

3.

What is human security?

4.

Correct the following statement

and re-write :

1

''Veto power of the permanent members in the Security Council is in agreement with the concept of democracy and sovereign equality."

H'"'"1f~f&d ~

qIT ~

q;fc6

?Jarru ~
W:rr ~ ~

:

Hlq;d;;;j

"~
qif ~
5.

~
~

m.r

an ~

~
"&RIT ~ I"

qIT

ark ~-~

an

GftT.r ~

What continues to be the most important resource in the global strategy in the sphere of economy?

1

6.

What has caused the globalisation to the flow of ideas across national boundaries ? ~~cnq;\UI

an ~

~

CfiT\1JT ~

31Gf

fcfqyU

an ~

1l ~

~3lf

qif ~

~

'\tt ~ ?
1

7.

m~~cp;rr~~

What is meant by White Revolution ?

?
and re-write :

8.

Correct the following statement

"The basic principle of the Indian approach to diversity is that the Indian nation shall not tolerate the rights of different religions and linguistic groups to retain their own culture."

1

H'"'"1f~Rgd ~

qIT ~

q;fc6

"~ ark ~
59/2/1

an

W-141~ f*iO&H1

~

?Jarru ~ an ~ 'qR(f
~ ~

:
q;r iiffe:cilul

~ .~

~

~

qIT 3ltRT ~

an ~
2

1l ~

~
I"

it ~ ~ M ~

9.

Since 1989, and before the elections of 2004, which party has been gaining strength in the Lok Sabha ? 1

10. Write the name of the second largest party in the Lok Sabha in the first three general elections. ~ ~I ~ 3W1 ~ 1

1)

ffiCfi

"B'lTI 1) ~

~

lR

w.) qrffi (~

~)

qrif CfiT ;nl1

11. Mention any two negative effects of shock therapy.

2

12. List the four forms of power which reflect the u.S. hegemony.

2

13. Mention any two arguments of some countries, which oppose the inclusion of India as a permanent member in the U.N. Security Council,

'llmf q,l ~
~?J~CfiT~~1

U¥-Wl

q,l

wan ~

1) ~

~G~(jl

CfiT fcrU~

~

cuB ~

m: ~

2

14. Why are civilian targets chosen by the terrorists?

2

15. Who are indigenous people in India ? Why have they not got much of the benefits of development of the country ?
2

16. How has globalisation involved greater trade in commodities across the globe ?

2

59/2/1

3

P.T.O.

17. Study the map given below regarding Assembly Election Results, 1967 and answer the following question : .! x4
2

68'

72'

76'

80'

88'

92'
36'

ASSEMBLY ELECTION RESULTS
1967
32'

28'

24'

20'

16'

rrrro in 1967 assembly polls Congress got majority
I.::~.":r ongress C
did not get a majority . ... in 1967 assembly polls Rajasthan (Congress did'not get majority butformed govt. with help from others)
ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS
,•

16'

12'

LACCADIVE ISLANDS

'

'J

.~

,

8'

72'

76'

80'

&4'

sa'

92'

96'

In which four states legislatures ?

of India,

did the

Congress

not get a majority

in the state

59/2/1

4

~

~

~
~

4Hf~~ CfiT ~

CfiT ~ ~ :

~

affi ~

~

trftuw:r,

1967

it ~

~

f.:P:1i f<?1 fuj (1

~"" '1fI cqy

Tf'TCI' q R u uy
1967

36'

28' -

2~'

20'

16'

1TTTTl-ij ~

Lll.W ~

~~~~~~firffi

m~ CIifim q;) 1967 it ~ ~~ firffi -ij m~ CIifim q;) 1967 it
~
¥J~~~mcm~)
~~

IS'

(Clifim q;) ~

~

firffi ~

12'

~am

"
72' 76'

,

.#

.
96'

8'

eo'

84'

88'

82'

r......ft;tr&d ~
1967 ~ ~ ~

The following question is for Blind Candidates only in lieu of Q, No, 17,

~

Cifi!iit"4 m~

~~

~

~

17 ~ ~

tR

t
~

I

In the Assembly Election of 1967 name any four states wherein Congress got majority.

~
59/2/1

~

~alf 1:Jlif ~ ~

it ~
fiR;ft ~

-q ~

~

~

M it ;wIT

CfiT ~

5

P.T.D.

18.

(a) (b)

To which year does the cartoon refer? Name the person for whom this comment 'Aya Ram Gaya Ram' was made. 2

(en)

~

~

fcfi\1
'l<:IT

crt ~ ~

~

?
cx:rfu; ~. ~ ~~ ~
?

(~)

'aw:rr wr

wr' ~ f2"u1ult ~ Cir~ijl"1 1fU~

The following question is for Blind Candidates only in lieu of Q. No. 18.

f.t"'tWtfig(t
(a) (b)

~

~

~~

~

~

18 ~ ~

1R

t

The incident related to 'Aya Ram Gaya Ram' refers to which year? Name the person for whom this comment 'Aya Ram Gaya Ram' was made.

(en)

(~)

'aw:rr wr 'aw:rr wr

'l<:IT 'l<:IT

wr' fcfi\1 crt ~ ~ wr' ~ f2"u1ult ~

tg;IT ~

?

cx:rfu; ~ ~

~~

~

?

19. What was the task of the States Reorganization Commission ? What were its main recommendations ? 1+1

~
~
~~I

~~ :filf art ~ICofI'1
GT ~ ~

cnr

cprr

.............c") ctJlCof ~

..........ri+ v't1cnl

~fI!fI1

n n:~I ,.
~

cprr

n?;") Cot I •

20. State any two Directive Principles of State Policy relating to foreign relations.

2

;ftfu ~ R~~ICfl ffla&lrJi CflT ~

\if) ~

~ m~ ~

~

21. In spite of having different political systems, how is democracy becoming an accepted norm in the entire region of South Asia ? Explain. ~ {1\llrnFdCfl 5l0llf(1l1i

ma ~ ~ ~ ~

~

~ ctlCfl('j~

4

fcfi\1·WfiR ~

~

lJRCl1 Gf.l

'l<:IT~?~~1

59/2/1

6

22. Why is international

co-operation vital to the problem ~f global security ?

4

~

~

cfit ~ cfit fcAY

ili ffiQ: 3i(:Hf~l~ ~
T.lR ~

~

4~(i:l'iuf cp.ff ~ ?
4

23. Describe any four drawbacks of the Soviet system.

filfcl~d ~

qjf

craH ~
4

24. How can the Euro pose a danger to the U.S. dollar?

~~SRYRiliffiQ:~~~~~
~:(cftCfl{OI

?
4

25. How has globalisation enhanced the position of a state ?

ili

4IMf:1{C'1Q ~

cfit ~

~~

<f.& ~ ~

?
4

26. What ambiguities were brought out by the Emergency, proclaimed in 1975 ? How have they been rectified ? 1975 ~ 3'lIQldCfllctl'"l ~ ~

CflIT~

~

~

?~

~

~

M TfGIT ?
4

27. How was one party dominance of India different from the other examples of one party dominance in the world ? 'I1m'f ~
"Q".CFi

"tJTif ili ~

(f2TTmer it; ~

3RR

~

2TT ?

m~
cfit ~

"Q".CFi

"tJTif ili ~

~

"Q".CFi ~

~

28. How does political leadership of a nation affect its foreign policy ? Briefly explain with the help of two examples from the foreign policy of India.
~ ~ qjf

4

~]\l1;ftfuCfl

~

fcfrt1 ~
~ ~ ~

~

~

;ftfu
I

cfit ~
1960 ili

cit ~

~

~?

'I1m'f

;ftfu ~ ~ dGI~{OI

~ 0lJlW.IT ~

29. Why is the decade of sixties labelled as a dangerous decade ?

4

~

cit

~d{'"lICfl

~

cp.ff ~

~

~?
2+2

30. Who were Dalit Panthers ? What was their major issue ?

~~c6R~

?~~:WCflIT2TT?
criticised ? What is the relevance of 6

31. How was non-alignment policy of India non-alignment after the end of Cold War ?

OR
Explain as to how did the reforms initiated disintegration of the U.S.S.R. 'I1m'f by Mikhail Gorbachev bring about the

~-~

cfit ~-~

cfit

cfit

;ftfu

cfit

am-rl"q'"ll

~

cfit ~ ~ ?

cp;rr SlI~f1ICfldl ~ ? 311ICIT

mo ~ ~
fcfrt1 ~

~
~3TI

ili ~

M@$M
~I

Jj)~f~q ~

~

~

~

~

~lfcl~d ~

qjf ~

?

0llT&1T

59/2/1

7

P.T.D.

32. Explain India - China's relations since Rajiv Gandhi's visit to China in 1988.

6

OR
Despite the ethnic conflict, Sri Lanka has maintained a democ?atic political system and registered considered economic growth and high levels of human development. Explain. 1988

#~

Tffm ~
~

~

qjf

$I ~ ~ GITG
311fCIT

'l1mf-~

~

~

~

~

~am:llRCfmm~~~q;)~~~

~

~ \ill fd j I(1

mff ~ ~

<11Cfj(1iblCfj OlfCi '8!ff

q;r:r11

Cfi\

-mft ~ ~
I

~

a:rrfflCfi
6

I~~

33. Explain as to why the first decade of electoral competition is known as Congress system.

OR
After Independence what was the general agreement about development and what were the differences in approach to development ?

~
~d~(1(

~
~

fcn ~
~ ~

~

~

~~

~
311fCIT 3lJll ~

qjf ~

~

>fUlR'ft ~

~

~

~#fcAamfflR~~

mm ~ am #
?

fcA amff lR ~

am:mm ~
6

34. Discuss the major issues which led to the formal split of the Congress Party in 1969.

OR
Describe the issues of conflict between the Government and the Ruling Party and the Judiciary from 1971 - 75. 1969 #

~

"Cf1if #

anqillRCfl ~

~

ft;ro:
311fCIT

a=t1{t!;I41 ~

~

~

~

~

1971 - 75 ~ G[q mCfiR

am:-rn:JCfl zyr

~ ~llIqlf~CfjI

~~

~

qjf

quA ~
6

35. What were the main provisions of the Punjab Accord of 1985 ? How has peace been restored on secular lines in Punjab ?

OR
Explain how in the coalition era a consensus seems to have emerged among most political parties. Explain its elements also. 1985 ~ $na; Wi~d ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~

cp:rr ~

? $na; # ~-~

iii ~ lR ~

~

~'"1:'Mlq'"1l ~

?
311fCIT

~~

{I\iI;flRi ~

zy # ~

zyff ~G[q~

~6~

~

~

wm ~ ? ~
150

mql~~~~1

59/2/1

8

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful

Master Your Semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer for students: Only $4.99/month.

Master Your Semester with a Special Offer from Scribd & The New York Times

Cancel anytime.