CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set C Solved

CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set C Solved. Students can download the last year board exams question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions. Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations.

1 What was the stand of Motilal Nehru Report on Universal Adult Franchise?

2 Which part of the Indian constitution mentions the number of members to be elected to the Rajya Sabha from each State?

3 What was Voltaire’s stand on freedom of expression?

4 Who are refugees?

5 Why Friedrich Nietzsche did not value peace?

6 What are Directive Principles of State Policy? Why were they incorporated in the Indian constitution?

7 Mention any two conditions when the Lok Sabha can be dissolved before the completion of two years.

8 Explain briefly any two limitations of the Indian constitution.

9 According to Rawls, what is the merit of ‘veil of ignorance’?

10 What was MOSOP? Which famous personality of Nigeria is associated with it?

11 Discuss the functions of a constitution in the Indian context.

12 Critically analyse the proposal to have an elected administration instead of an appointed administration.

13 Discuss briefly the provisions of the 74th amendment act.

 

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