CBSE Class XII Political Science Sample Paper 2 with Answers

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CBSE Political Science Sample Papers for Class XII of CBSE board exams with blue print, design of paper and marking scheme/ answers for CBSE Students. Based on CBSE and CCE guidelines. The students should practice these Question Papers to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination. The CBSE releases question papers every year. Some papers are released prior to the CBSE board examinations so that students can do practice.Please refer to more CBSE Class XII board question papers in other links.


General Instructions

1. All questions are compulsory.

2. Question Nos. 1-10 are of 1 mark each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 20 words each.

3. Question Nos. 11-20 are of 2 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 40 words each.

4. Question Nos. 21-30 are of 4 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 100 words each.

5. Question Nos. 31-35 are of 6 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 150 words each.

1 Correct the following sentence : 1

‘ASEAN’ stands for Association of South East African Nations.

2 Fill in the blanks : ½ + ½

Bangladesh was a part of Pakistan from the year ___________ to ____.

3 Why do people migrate? Mention any one reason. 1

4 What is the role of W.T.O.? 1

5 Mention the main objective of Second Five Year Plan. 1

6 Correct the following sentence and re-write:

The issue of Jammu and Kashmir was resolved after a plebiscite which confirmed people’s desire to join India. 1

7 Which were the two major challenges the country faced during Lal Bahadur Shastri’s brief Prime Ministership? ½ + ½

8 What is the meaning of defection? 1

9 What was the Anti-Arrac Movement? 1

10 Menion any one factor that leads to regionalism. 1


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