CBSE Board Class 11 Political Science Previous Year Question Papers 2010

CBSE Board Previous Year Question Papers 2010 for Class 11 Political Science

Previous Paper – 2010
Class – XI
MM-100  TIME-3 HRS


1. Total 35 Qs are there.
2 Q1-10 are of 1 mark each and to be answered in 20 words
3 Q11-20 are of 2 marks each. to be answered in 40 words
4 Q21-30 are of 4 marks each. to be answered in 100 words
5 Q31-35 are of 6 marks each and to be answered in 130-150 words

1) On the outline map of India, mark four places where bicameral legislature is there

2) Rectify and rewrite the following
Rawls use the idea of dharma to argue that fair and just distribution can be defended on rational grounds.

3) Read the cartoon and comment on it-

4) Mention any two subjects of Union List.

5) Why did Gandhi strongly plead for decentralization?

6)  Differentiate between Marxism and Liberalism.

7) Why vigilant citizens are must for the success of democracy?

8)  Why do we need the two houses of parliament in India?

9)  An activist working among the poor says that the poor don’t need Fundamental Rights. What they need are directive principle of the state policy to be made legally binding

10) Why do we need a constitution?

11) Differentiate between positive and negative liberty

12) Does the principle of considering the special needs of people conflict with the principle of equal treatment for all?

13) What are the limitations of nationalism?

14) Differentiate between political executive and permanent executive

15) What are the special powers vested with Lok Sabha?

16) How FPTP system is different from PR system?

17) How can we promote equality?

18) Rights place some limits on the authority of the state. Explain with examples

19) How does the parliament make laws?

20) Is Indian constitution a frigid document? Give reasons for your answer
What are the different approaches to pursuit peace?

21) How is judicial activism related to the protection of fundamental rights? How it helped in expanding the scope of fundamental rights?
What do you mean by the judicial review? Mention the issues, which were in the center of the controversy between the parliament and the judiciary.

22) What are the various conflicts in India’s federal system with related to center and state?
What is the political philosophy of Indian constitution?

23) Development is related with Degradation. Explain this statement.
Politics is more then what politicians do? Do you agree with this statement? How political theory is useful for us?

24) Which of the fundamental right is called the ‘heart and soul’ of the constitution? Mention its provisions
Indian Secularism has been under severe criticism. Can we defend secularism