CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set B

CBSE Class 11 Political Science Question Paper Set B. 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 Explain the provision of transfer of subjects as mentioned in the 73rd Amendment Act. 

2 In which year was the anti-defection act passed. Which amendment subsequently modified it? 

3 Explain Friedrich Nietzsche’s views on peace. 

4 Elaborate on MOSOP. 

5 What are the demands of the Basque nationalists? 

6 What were Immanuel Kant’s views on human dignity? 

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

8 What are the provisions mentioned under the Article considered as the ‘heart and soul of the Indian constitution’ by Dr. Ambedkar? 

9 Briefly explain the contents of amendments made so far in the Indian constitution.

10 Why do we need constraints on freedom? 

11 Is it correct to say that the President has no discretionary power under any circumstances? Justify your answer. 

12 Explain the instruments of parliamentary control. 

13 A nation is to a great extent an imagined community…..It is based on certain assumptions which people make about the collective whole with which they identify. What are these assumptions which people make about nations? 

14 Explain any two alternative conceptions of development. 

15 Discuss the different approaches for the pursuit and maintenance of Peace. 

16 Comment on the implementation of 73rd and 74th amendment acts.


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