Solved papers for 12th Class Political Science Solved Paper - Political Science-2014 Delhi Set-I

done Solved Paper - Political Science-2014 Delhi Set-I

  • question_answer1) Which incident was related to 9/11?

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  • question_answer2) Under which plan did USA extend financial support for reviving Europe's economy after the Second World War?

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  • question_answer3) Who is present Secretary General of United Nations?

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  • question_answer4) Define Security.

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  • question_answer5) Name the leader who played a historic role in negotiating with the rulers of princely states to join the Indian Union.

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  • question_answer6) Which political party laid emphasis the idea of ?one country, one culture, one nation?.

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  • question_answer7) In which year was the fifth general election to the Lok Sabha held?

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  • question_answer8) Who represented Congress (O) and Congress (R) after the split of the congress party?

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  • question_answer9) Which students group led the anti-foreigner movement in Assam?

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  • question_answer10) What is meant by the Cold War?

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  • question_answer11) State any two features of the Soviet System.

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  • question_answer12) Which two differences between India and China led to an army conflict in 1962?

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  • question_answer13) List any four principal organs of the United Nations.

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  • question_answer14) Suggest any one effective step which would limit war or violence between countries.

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  • question_answer15) Differentiate between the main objectives of the First and Second Five Year Plan.

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  • question_answer16) Highlight any two features of the ideology of Bhartiya Jana Sangh.

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  • question_answer17) What is meant by Non - Alignment?

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  • question_answer18) What was the main demand of Chipko Movement?

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  • question_answer19) Who was the chairperson of Mandal Commission State any one recommendation made by him/her.

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  • question_answer20) Describe any four consequences of Shock Therapy.

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  • question_answer21)

    Study the cartoon given below and answer the questions that follow.
    (a) The mighty solider with weapons represents which country?
    (b) Why do names 01 various countries appeal on his uniform?
    (c) What important message does the cartoon convey to the world?

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  • question_answer22) What is meant by the ASEAN way? Mention any two of its objectives?

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  • question_answer23) Explain any two points of conflict between India and Bangladesh.

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  • question_answer24) As decided by the member states in 2005, highlight any four steps to make the United Nations more relevant in the changing context.

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  • question_answer25) Mention any four political consequences of globalization.

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  • question_answer26) List any two merits and two demerits of the Green Revolution.

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  • question_answer27) Suppose you are looking after the foreign policy of India. Which four values will you like to integrate into the foreign policy?

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  • question_answer28) Explain any two reasons for the popularity of Indira Gandhi during 1971 election.

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  • question_answer29)

    In the given political map of India four places have been marked as A, B, C, D. Identify them with the help of information given below and write their correct names in the answer book, along with their serial numbers and the alphabets concerned.
    (i) The state associated with Narmada Bachao Andolan.
    (ii) The state which merged with Indian Union in 1975.
    (iii) The state related to Operation Blue Star.
    (iv) The state whose one of the important leader was Lal Denga.

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  • question_answer30)

    What was Cuban Missile Crisis? Describe its main events.
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    Explain any three reasons for the disintegration of the USSR.

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    Explain the concept of ?Common but differentiated responsibilities. How and where was it emphasised upon?
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    Explain any three benefits of globalization with examples.

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  • question_answer32)

    What forced the Union Government of India to appoint the States Reorganization Commission in 1953? Mention its two main recommendations. Name any four new states formed after 1956.
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    Describe the various steps taken to hold the first general elections in India. How far were these elections successful?

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    Examine the three main reasons responsible for the split of the Congress Party during 1969.
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    Evaluate any three consequences of the emergency imposed in 1975.

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    Read the passage carefully given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Assam movement from 1979 to 1985 is the best example of such movements against Outsiders. The Assamese suspected that there were huge numbers of illegal Bengali Muslim settlers from Bangladesh. They felt that unless these foreign national are detected and deported, they would reduce the indigenous Assamese into a minority. There were other economic issues too. There was widespread poverty and unemployment in Assam despite the existence of natural resources like oil, tea and coal. It was felt that these were drained out of the State without any commensurate benefit to the people.
    (i) Name the group that lead the movement against outsiders in 1979.
    (ii) Why did the Assamese seek the detection and deportation of the outsiders?
    (iii) What were the economic issues taken up as part of the movement?
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    This new challenge came to the force in the 1980s, as the Janata experiment came to an end and there was some political stability at the centre. This decade will be remembered for some major conflicts and accords in the various regions of the country especially in the Assam, the Punjab, Mijoram and the development in Jammu and Kashmir.
    (i) Explain the meaning of the phrase ?Janata experiment came to an end?.
    (ii) 'There was some stability at the centre' what does it imply?
    (iii) Highlight any two developments in Punjab in 1980s.
     

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