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Political Science Indian Government and Politics Paper-II External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

Q. 1. What were the problems India facing on the eve of independence ?
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Q. 2. Critically examine the Fundamental Rights. Do you agree that they lay the foundation of Indian Democracy ?
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Q. 3. Discuss the functions of the President with special reference to his role in coalition government.
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Q. 4. What are the areas of conflict and tension between Centre-State relations ?
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Q. 5. “In its new role of Judicial Activisim the Supreme Court has acquired unprecedented height.” Do you agree with this statement ? Give reasons in support of your answer.
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Q.6. Discuss the power and position of the Governor in the Indian Political Systems with special references to recent experiences.
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Q. 7. Examine the nature of Indian Party System. Critically assess the programmes of either B.J.P. or Congress (I).
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Q. 8. Discuss various aspects of Women Movement in India.
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Q. 9. Analyse India’s strategy of development in phase of economic liberalization.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) The Preamble;
(ii) Right to Equality;
(iii) The Election Commission;
(iv) Features of Indian Foreign Policy.
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History of Modern India Paper-II External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

Q. I. Discuss the rise and growth of the states of Bengal, Avadh and Hyderabad after the decline of the Mughal Empire.
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Q. 2. Evaluate the comparative importance of the battles of Plassey and Buxar.
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Q. 3. Critically examine the relations of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan with the British.
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Q. 4. Discuss various Land Revenue systems adopted by British in India.
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Q. 5. How far was Lord Dalhousie responsible for the re¬volt of 1857 ? What were the effects of the Revolt on the British Policy in India ?
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Q. 6. Describe various Socio-Religious Reform Movements in the nineteenth century India.
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Q. 7, What were the factors responsible for the rise of Ex¬tremism during Indian Freedom struggle ? In what ways did they differ from the Moderates ?
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Q.8. Analyse the main feature of the Montagu-Chelmsford Reform of 1919.
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Q. 9. What were the circumstances which led to the parti¬tion of India in 1947?
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Third Battle of Panipat (1761);
(b) Commercialisation of Agriculture;
(c) Surat Split (1907);
(d) Simon Commission.
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Macro Economics Analysis And Policy Regular Economics Paper-II Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

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Q. 1. What is a consumption function ? Explain the determination of equilibrium level of national income using consumption-investment approach. 5 10
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Q. 2. What is marginal efficiency of capital ? How does marginal efficiency of capital (MEC) determine the level of investment ?
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Q. 3. Define inflation and deflation. The effect of inflation on the different sections of society are not same. Discuss. 8, 7
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Q. 4. Critically examine the Quantity Theory of Money as given by Irving Fisher.
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Q. 5. (a) Comment on the application of Keynesian Theory to a developing country.
(b) Complete the table:

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Q. 6. What are the functions of a commercial bank ? How do banks create credit ?
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Q. 7. What are the causes of growth of public expenditure in a developing country ? Discuss its effects on production and distribution. 9,6
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Q. 8. (a) Explain the merits and demerits of direct and indirect taxes.
(b) What are the characteristics of a good tax system 9, 6
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Q. 9. What are the main objectives of fiscal policy ? What are the problems faced in a developing country in achieving those objectives? 10, 5
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Q. 10. Write short notes : 8, 7
(a) Functions of Reserve Bank of India;
(b) Recommendations of Eleventh Finance Commission.
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Political Science Paper II Indian Government And Politics Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

Q. 1. Write a critical essay on the fundamental rights with special reference to the right of freedom.
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Q. 2. Write a critical essay on the nature of the Indian State with special reference to the Marxist view.
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Q. 3. “India is federal in form but unitary in spirit.” Discuss.
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Q. 4. Discuss the role of the President with special reference to the emergency power.
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Q. 5. Write a critical essay on the power of Judicial Review of the Indian Supreme Court.
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Q. 6. The empowerment of rural people depends upon the effective functioning of Panchayati Raj Institutions. Explain.
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Q. 7. Examine the major defects in the working of coalition government in India in the light of the recent experiments.
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Q. 8. Discuss the role of pressure groups in the Indian political system.
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Q. 9. Define poverty. Discuss the various initiatives undertaken by the Government of India for the poverty alleviation.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Planning-process in India;
(b) Dalit Movements in India;
(c) Bureaucracy;
(d) Criminalization of Indian Politics.
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History Of Modern India History Paper-II Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

Q. 1. Discuss the social and economic conditions of India in the eighteenth century. Is it correct to call it a ‘dark age’ ?
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Q. 2. What were the causes of the Third Battle of Panipat (1761) ? How did it influence the course of Indian history?
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Q. 3. How did Wellesley make the British paramount power in India ?
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Q. 4. Describe briefly the economic impact of British policies on India in the nineteenth century.
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Q. 5. Examine various opinions about the nature of the Revolt of 1857. Why did the Revolt fail ?
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Q. 6. Discuss Lord Lytton’s policy towards Afghanistan. What were its consequences ?
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Q. 7. Why did Mahatma Gandhi launch Non-cooperation Movement ? Assess its impact on subsequent political development.
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Q. 8. Comment on the main features of the Government of India Act of 1935.
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Q. 9. Evaluate the main trends in the development of the left movement in India between 1920-1947.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) Battle of Buxar (1764);
(ii) Raja Ram Mohan Roy;
(iii) Partition of Bengal (1905);
(iv) Quit India Movement (1942).
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Foundation Course Contemporary India Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IInd Year

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Q.1. Discuss the problems faced by Indian agrarian sector at the time of independence.
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Q.2. Analyse the effect of Information Technology on social change in India.
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Q.3. Critically analyse the changing nature of state in India in the globalization period.
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Q.4. What is “regional disparity” ? Suggest some measures to solve the problem of regional disparities in India.
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SECTION ‘B’

Q.5. Critically assess the role of middle class in India’s development.
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Q.6. Examine caste-class relation in rural India.
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Q.7. Assess the role of maas media in social change in India.
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Q.8. Write a note on the problem in the path of reservation of seats for women in Indian legislative bodies.
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SECTION ‘C’

Q.9. Analyse the effect of poverty of India’s demoeratie processes in India.
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Q.10. Do you think India’s foreign policy has changed in the post-cold war period ? Illustrate.
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Q.11. Account for decline of parliament in India’s political system.
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Q.12. Write a note on contemporary debates on nationalism in India.
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History Of Modern India History Paper-II External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year

Q. 1. Examine the economic and social conditions of India in the first half of the eighteenth century.
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Q. 2. What led to the third Battle of Panipat (1761)? Discuss its consequences.
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Q. 3. Analyse the contribution made by Warran Hastings in the fields of administration and the expansion of British dominion in India.
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Q. 4. Briefly describe the economic effects of British policies in India in the nineteenth century.
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Q. 5. Discuss the relations of Maharaja Ranjit Singh with the British.
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Q. 6. To what extent the Revolt of 1857 was the result of popular discontent against British rule ? Why did it fail ?
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Q. 7. Why do we call nineteenth century a period of awakening ? Explain with reference to main socio-religious reform movements ?
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Q. 8. What circumstances led to the launching of the Non-Cooperation Movement by Mahatma Gandhi ? Evaluate the significance of the movement in the Indian national movement
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Q. 9. Trace the events from 1940 to 1947 that led to the independence and partition of India.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Subsidiary alliance system;
(b) Partition of Bengal (1905);
(c)Dandi March;
(d)B.R. Ambedkar.
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Political Science Paper II Indian Government And Politics External Correspondence Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year

Q. 1. Examine the problems confronting the country on the eve of independence. To what extent they have been resolved ?
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Q. 2. Examine the complementarity of Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy. What steps have been taken to implement the Directive Principles ?
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Q. 3. Examine the role of the Prime Minister particularly in the context of Coalition Politics.
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Q. 4. Analyse the power of the judicial review as exercised by the Supreme Court of India.
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Q. 5. Analyse the areas of tension between the Union and the States in India.
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Q. 6. Evaluate the functioning of Panchayati Raj in India.
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Q. 7. Discuss the rise and role of regional parties in Indian political system.
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Q. 8. How far is secularism the only alternative to communalism.
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Q. 9. Examine the impact of electoral reforms on the election process in India.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Criminalisation of politics;
(b) Women empowerment;
(c) Environment degradation;
(d) Problem of unemployment.
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Macro-Economics Analysis And Policy External Correspondence Economics Paper-II Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year

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Q. 1. How is the equilibrium level of income determined in an economy ? Is this equilibrium always at full employment ?
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Q. 2. An increase in investment leads to a multiple increase in national income. Discuss. Answer :

Q. 3. Distinguish between autonomous investment and induced investment. Explain the factors that determine the level of induced investment. 8, 12
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Q. 4. Does an increase in money supply always lead to a pro-, portionate increase in price level ? Answer :

Q. 5. Write short notes on :
(a) Demand-pull and cost-push inflation;
(b) Measures of money supply used in India.
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SECTION ‘B’

Q. 6. How do commercial banks create credit ? What are the limitations to their power of credit creation ?
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Q. 7. Discuss the functions of Central Bank. 20
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Q. 8. Explain the reasons for increase in public expenditure in Indian economy.
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Q. 9. Distinguish between impact and incidence of a tax. Discuss the incidence of a unit tax under perfect competition. 10, 10
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Q. 10. Write short notes on :
(a) Centre-state financial relations in India;
(b) Objectives of fiscal policy in a developing country.
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History Of Modern India Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2005 : IInd Year

Q. 1. Discuss the causes and consequences of the Third Battle of Panipat
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Q. 2. Analyse the British motives behind the introduction of the permanent settlement of Bengal. Why was it not extended to the other areas of India ?
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Q. 3. How did the Subsidiary Alliance System help in the expansion of the British empire in India ?
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Q. 4. Discuss Anglo-Sikh relations during the times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
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Q. 5. Examine the main causes of the uprising of 1857. Why did it fail ?
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Q. 6. Discuss the evolution of British paramountcy over princely states after 1857.
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Q. 7. Discuss the socio-religious reform movements in the 19th century India ? How did they help in the political awakening?
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Q. 8. Why was Bengal partitioned in 1905 ? Analyse its im¬pact on the Indian national movement.
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Q. 9. Discuss the role of Mahatma Gandhi in our national movement.
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) The Battle of Plassey;
(ii) The Regulating Act;
(iii) The Ghadar Movement;
(iv) The Lucknow Pact, 1916.
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