CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set D Solved

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CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set D 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 Till January 2006, how many times has the constitution been amended? 

2 On what grounds can the judge of a Supreme Court or High Court be removed? 

3 Explain any one power exercised only by the Rajya Sabha. 

4 How can Lok Sabha be dissolved?  

5 Name two countries that conduct elections according to PR system of election. 

6 What are reserved constituencies? How are they different from separate electorates?

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7  Article ______ of the Constitution explicitly clarifies that a policy like _____________ will not be seen as a violation of the right to equality.

8 What is meant by special majority? 

9 Give the definition of an urban area according to the Census of India. 

10 Explain any two provisions of the 73rd Amendment Act. 

11 Why do we need a constitution?  

12 Explain briefly the three Lists mentioned in the Constitution that divides powers between the Centre and the States? What are Residuary powers? 

13 What was the landmark judgment given by the court in 1973 in the Kesavanand Bharti case? 

14 Why did India adopt the FPTP system of election? 

15 The Constituent Assembly was composed roughly along the lines suggested by the plan proposed by the Cabinet Mission. What were its main provisions?

 

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