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CIVIL SERVICES MAIN EXAMINATION

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POLITICAL SCIENCE AND
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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Previous Years Question Papers

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jktuhfr foKku rFkk varjkZ"Vh; lacak/Political Science and


International Relations
iz'u i=&1/Paper-1
1- jktuSfrd flkar ,oa Hkkjrh; jktuhfr%
(d) jktuSfrd flkar% vFkZ ,oa mikxe%
([k) jkT; ds flkar% mnkjoknh] uomnkjoknh] ekDlZoknh] cgqoknh] i'p&mifuos'kh
,oa ukjh&vfkdkjoknhA
(x) U;k;% jkWy ds U;k; ds flkar ds fo'ks"k lanHkZ esa U;k; ds laizR;; ,oa blds
leqnk;oknh lekykspdA
(?k) lekurk% lkekftd] jktuSfrd ,oa vkfFkZd] lekurk ,oa Lora=rk ds chp
lacak] ldkjkRed dk;ZA
(M-) vfkdkj% vFkZ ,oa flkar] fofHkUu izdkj ds vfkdkj] ekuokfkdkj dh
ladYiukA
(p) yks d ra = % Dykfldh ,oa ledkyhu flka r ] yks d ra = ds fofHkUu
ekWMy&izfrfufkd] lgHkkxh ,oa foe'khZA
(N) 'kfDr] izkkkU;] fopkjkkjk ,oa oSkrk dh ladYiukA
(t) jktuSfrd fopkjkkjk,a% mnkjokn] lkektokn] ekDlZokn] Qklhokn] xkakhokn
,oa ukjh&vfkdkjoknA
(>) Hkkjrh; jktuSfrd fparu% keZ'kkL=] vFkZ'kkL= ,oa ckS ijaijk,a] lj lS;n
vgen [kku] Jh vjfoan] ,e-ds- xkakh] ch-vkj- vEcsMdj] ,e-,u-jkW;A
(k) ik'pkR; jktuSfrd fparu% IysVks vjLrw] eSfd;kosyh] gkWCl] ykWd] tkWu
,l-fey] ekDlZ] xzkELdh] gkUuk vkjsUVA
1. Political Theory and Indian Politics:
(a) Political Theory: meaning and approaches.
(b) Theories of the State: Liberal, Neo-liberal, Marxist, Pluralist,
Post-colonial and feminist.
(c) Justice: Conceptions of justice with special reference to
Rawls theory of justice and its communitarian critiques.
(d) Equality: Social, political and economic; relationship
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between equality and freedom; Affirmative action.


(e) Rights: Meaning and theories; different kinds of rights;
concept of Human Rights.
(f) Democracy: Classical and contemporary theories; different
models of democracy representative, participatory and
deliberative.
(g) Concept of power, hegemony, ideology and legitimacy.
(h) Political Ideologies: Liberalism, Socialism, Marxism,
Fascism, Gandhism and Feminism.
(i) Indian Political Thought : Dharamshastra, Arthashastra and
Buddhist traditions; Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Sri Aurobindo,
M.K. Gandhi, B.R. Ambedkar, M.N. Roy.
(j) Western Political Thought: Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli,
Hobbes, Locke, John S. Mill, Marx, Gramsci, Hannah
Arendt.
Hkkjrh; 'kklu ,oa jktuhfr
1- Hkkjrh; jk"Vokn%
(d) Hkkjr ds Lokkhurk laxzke dh jktuSfrd dk;Zuhfr;ka% lafokkuokn ls tu
lR;kxzg] vlg;ksx] lfou; voKk ,oa Hkkjr NksMk+ s] mxzoknh ,oa kafrdkjh
vkanksyu] fdlku ,oa dkexkj vkanksyuA
([k) Hkkjrh; jk"Vh; vkanksyu dsifjizs{;% mnkjoknh] lektoknh ,oa ekDlZoknh]
mxzekuorkoknh ,oa nfyrA
2- Hkkjr ds lafokku dk fuekZ.k] fczfVl 'kklu dk fjDFk] fofHkUu lkekftd ,oa
jktuSfrd ifjizs{;A
3- Hkkjr ds lafokku dh izeq[k fo'ks"krk,a] izLrkouk] ekSfyd vfkdkj rFkk dkZO;]
uhfr funsZ'kd flkar] lalnh; iz.kkyh ,oa la'kksku izf;k] U;kf;d iqufoZyksdu
,oa ewy lajpuk flkarA
4- (d) la?k ljdkj ds izkku vax% dk;Zikfydk] fokkf;dk ,oa loksZPp U;k;ky;
dh fopkfjr Hkwfedk ,oa okLrfod dk;Ziz.kkyhA
([k) jkT; ljdkj ds izkku vax% dk;Zikfydk] fokkf;dk ,oa mPp U;k;ky;ksa
dh fopkfjrk Hkwfedk ,oa okLrfod dk;Ziz.kkyhA
5- vkkkfjd yksdra=% iapk;rh jkt ,oa uxj 'kklu_ 73osa ,oa 74osa la'kksku dk
egRo] vkkkfjd vkanksyuA
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6- fu;a=d ,oa egkys[kk ijh{kd] fok vk;ksx] la?k yksd lsok vk;ksx] jk"Vh;
vuqlwfpr tkfr;ka vk;ksx] jk"Vh; vuqlwfpr tutkfr;ka vk;ksx] jk"Vh; efgyk
vk;ksx] jk"Vh; ekuokfkdkj vk;ksx] jk"Vh; vYila[;d vk;ksx] jk"Vh; fiNM+k
oxZ vk;ksxA
7- la?kjkT; ifr% lkafokkfud micak[] dsa jkT; lacakksa dk cnyrk Lo:i]
,dhdj.koknh izo`fk;ka ,oa {ks=h; vkdka{kk,a] varj&jkT; fooknA
8- ;kstuk ,oa vkfFkZd fodkl% usg:oknh ,oa xkakhoknh ifjizs{;] ;kstuk dh Hkwfedk
,oa futh {ks=] gfjr kafr] Hkwfe lqkkj ,oa f"k lacak] mnkjhd.k ,oa vkfFkZd
lqkkjA
9- Hkkjrh; jktuhfr esa tkfr] keZ ,oa u`tkrh;rkA
10- ny iz.kkyh% jk"Vh; ,oa {ks=h; jktuSfrd ny] nyksa ds oSpkfjd ,oa lkekftd
vkkkj] cgqnyh; jktuhfr ds Lo:i] ncko lewg] fuokZpd vkpj.k dh izo`fk;ka]
fokk;dksa ds cnyrs lkekftd&vkfFkZd Lo:iA
11- lkekftd vkanksyu% ukxfjd Lora=rk,a ,oa ekuokfkdkj vkanksyu] efgyk vkanksyu]
i;kZoj.k vkanksyuA
INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
1. Indian Nationalism:
(a) Political Strategies of Indias Freedom Struggle:
Constitutionalism to mass Satyagraha, Non-cooperation,
Civil Disobedience; Militant and revolutionary movements,
Peasant and workers movements.
(b) Perspectives on Indian National Movement: Liberal, Socialist
and Marxist; Radical humanist and Dalit.
2. Making of the Indian Constitution: Legacies of the British rule;
different social and political perspectives.
3. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution: The Preamble,
Fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive Principles;
Parliamentary System and Amendment Procedures; Judicial
Review and Basic Structure doctrine.
4. (a) Principal Organs of the Union Government: Envisaged role
and actual working of the Executive, Legislature and
Supreme Court.
(b) Principal Organs of the State Government: Envisaged role
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and actual working of the Executive, Legislature and High


Courts.
5. Grassroots Democracy: Panchayati Raj and Municipal
Government; significance of 73rd and 74th Amendments; Grassroot
movements.
6. Statutory InstitutionsCommissions: Election Commission,
Comptroller and Auditor General, Finance Commission, Union
Public Service Commission, National Commission for Scheduled
Castes, National Commission for Scheduled Tribes, National
Commission for Women; National Human Rights Commission,
National Commission for Minorities, National Backward Classes
Commission.
7. Federalism: Constitutional provisions; changing nature of centre-
state relations; integrationist tendencies and regional aspirations;
inter-state disputes.
8. Planning and Economic Development : Nehruvian and Gandhian
perspectives; role of planning and public sector; Green Revolution,
land reforms and agrarian relations; liberalilzation and economic
reforms.
9. Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian Politics.
10. Party System: National and regional political parties, ideological
and social bases of parties; patterns of coalition politics; Pressure
groups, trends in electoral behaviour; changing socio- economic
profile of Legislators.
11. Social Movements: Civil liberties and human rights movements;
womens movements; environmentalist movements.

iz'u i=&2/Paper-2
rqyukRed jktuhfr rFkk varjkZ"Vh; lacak rqyukRed jktuSfrd fo'ys"k.k ,oa
varjkZ"Vh; jktuSfrd
1- rqyukRed jktuhfr% Lo:i ,oa ize[q k mikxe] jktuSfrd vFkZO;oLFkk ,oa jktuSfrd
lekt'kkL=h; ifjizs{;_ rqyukRed izf;k dh lhek,aA
2- rqyukRed ifjisz{; esa jkT;] iwathoknh ,oa lektoknh vFkZO;oLFkkvksa esa jkT; ds
cnyrs Lo:i ,ao mudh fo'ks"krk,a rFkk mUur vkS|ksfxd ,oa fodkl'khy lektA
Mains GS Question Bank 9

3- jktuSfrd izfrfukku ,oa lgHkkfxrk% mUur vkS|ksfxd ,oa fodkl'khy lektksa esa
jktuSfrd ny] ncko lewg ,oa lkekftd vkanksyuA
4- HkweaMyhdj.k% fodflr ,oa fodkl'khy lektksa esa izkIr vuqf;k,aA
5- varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa ds v;;u ds mikxe% vkn'kZoknh] ;FkkFkZoknh] ekDlZoknh]
izdk;Zoknh ,oa iz.kkyh flkarA
6- varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa esa vkkkjHkwr ladYiuk,a] jk"Vh; fgr] lqj{}kk ,oa 'kfDr] 'kfDr
laryq u ,oa izfrjksk] ij&jk"Vh; drkZ ,oa lkewfgd lqj{kk_ fo'oiwta hoknh vFkZO;oLFkk
,oa HkweaMyhdj.kA
7- cnyrh varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr O;oLFkkA
(d) egk'kfDr;ksa dk mn;_ dk;Zuhfd ,oa oSpkfjd f}kqjh;rk] 'kL=hdj.k dh
gksM+ ,oa 'khr ;q_ ukfHkdh; [krjkA
8- varjkZ"Vh; vkfFkZd O;oLFkk dk mn~Hko% cszVuoqM ls fo'o O;kikj laxBu rdA
lektoknh vFkZO;oLFkk,a rFkk ikjLifjd vkfFkZd lgk;rk ifj"kn (CMEA)] uo
varjkZ"Vh; vkfFkZd O;oLFkk dh r`rh; fo'o dh ekax] fo'o vFkZO;oLFkk dk
HkweaMyhdj.kA
9- la;qDr jk"V% fopkfjr Hkwfedk ,oa okLrfod ys[kk&tks[kk] fo'ks"khr la;qDr jk"V
vfHkdj.k&y{; ,oa dk;Zdj.k] la;qDr jk"V lqkkjksa dh vko';drkA
10- fo'o jktuhfr dk {ks=h;dj.k% EU, ASEAN, APEC, SAARC, NAFTA.
11- ledkyhu oSf'od ljksdkj% yksdra=] ekuokfkdkj] i;kZoj.k fyax U;k;] vkradokn
ukfHkdh; izlkjA
COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS COMPARATIVE POLITICAL ANALYSIS AND
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
1. Comparative Politics: Nature and major approaches; political
economy and political sociology perspectives; limitations of the
comparative method.
2. State in comparative perspective: Characteristics and changing
nature of the State in capitalist and socialist economies, and,
advanced industrial and developing societies.
3. Politics of Representation and Participation: Political parties,
pressure groups and social movements in advanced industrial and
developing societies.
4. Globalisation: Responses from developed and developing
societies.
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5. Approaches to the Study of International Relations: Idealist,


Realist, Marxist, Functionalist and Systems theory.
6. Key concepts in International Relations: National interest, Security
and power; Balance of power and deterrence; Transnational actors
and collective security; World capitalist economy and
globalisation.
7. Changing International Political Order:
(a) Rise of super powers; strategic and ideological Bipolarity,
arms race and Cold War; nuclear threat;
(b) Non-aligned movement: Aims and achievements;
(c) Collapse of the Soviet Union; Unipolarity and American
hegemony; relevance of non-alignment in the contemporary
world.
8. Evolution of the International Economic System: From
Brettonwoods to WTO; Socialist economies and the CMEA
(Council for Mutual Economic Assistance); Third World demand
for new international economic order; Globalisation of the world
economy.
9. United Nations: Envisaged role and actual record; specialized
UN agenciesaims and functioning; need for UN reforms.
10. Regionalisation of World Politics: EU, ASEAN, APEC, SAARC,
NAFTA.
11. Contemporary Global Concerns: Democracy, human rights,
environment, gender justice, terrorism, nuclear proliferation.
Hkkjr rFkk fo'o
1- Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr% fons'kuhfr ds fukkZjd] uhfr fuekZ.k dh lajLFkk,a_ fujarjrk
,oa ifjorZuA
2- xqV fujis{krk vkanksyu dks Hkkjr dk ;ksxnku% fofHkUu pj.k] orZeku HkwfedkA
3- Hkkjr vkSj nf{k.k ,f'k;k%
(d) {ks=h; lg;ksx% SAARC&fiNys fu"iknu ,oa Hkkoh izR;k'kk,aA
([k) nf{k.k ,f'k;k eqDr O;kikj {ks= ds :i esaA
(x) Hkkjr dh iwoZ vfHkeq[ku uhfrA
(?k) {ks=h; lg;skx dh ckkk,a% unh ty fookn] voSk lhek ikj mRizoklu]
u`tkrh; }a} ,oa miIYo] lhek fooknA
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4- Hkkjr ,oa oSf'od nf{k.k% vhdk ,oa ykrhuh vesfjdk ds lkFk lacak_ NIEO
,oa WTO okrkZvksa ds fy, vko';d usr`Ro dh HkwfedkA
5- Hkkjr ,oa oSf'od 'kfDr dsa% la;qDr jkT; vesfjdk] ;wjksi la?k (EU)] tkiku
phu vkSj :lA
6- Hkkjr ,oa la;qDr jk"V iz.kkyh% la;qDr jk"V 'kkafr vuqj{k.k esa Hkfedk] lqj{kk
ifj"kn esa LFkk;h lnL;rk dh ekaxA
7- Hkkjr ,oa ukfHkdh; iz'u% cnyrs izR;{k.k ,oa uhfrA
8- Hkkjrh; fons'k uhfr esa gky ds fodkl% vQxkfuLrku esa gky ds ladV ij Hkkjr
dh fLFkfr] bjkd ,oa if'pe ,f'k;k_ US ,oa btjkby ds lkFk c<+rs lacak] ubZ
fo'o O;oLFkk dh n`f"VA
India and the World:
1. Indian Foreign Policy: Determinants of foreign policy; institutions
of policy-making; continuity and change.
2. Indias Contribution to the Non-Alignment Movement: Different
phases; current role.
3. India and South Asia:
(a) Regional Co-operation: SAARCpast performance and
future prospects.
(b) South Asia as a Free Trade Area.
(c) Indias Look East policy.
(d) Impediments to regional co-operation: river water disputes;
illegal cross-border migration; ethnic conflicts and
insurgencies; border disputes.
4. India and the Global South: Relations with Africa and Latin
America; leadership role in the demand for NIEO and WTO
negotiations.
5. India and the Global Centres of Power: USA, EU, Japan, China
and Russia.
6. India and the UN System: Role in UN Peace-keeping; demand
for Permanent Seat in the Security Council.
7. India and the Nuclear Question: Changing perceptions and policy.
8. Recent developments in Indian Foreign policy: Indias position
on the recent crisis in Afghanistan, Iraq and West Asia, growing
relations with US and Israel; vision of a new world order.
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2005
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;e vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answer must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Questions 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ds laf{kIr fqqooj.k fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx
200 'kCnksa eas gksus pkfg,% 20360
(d) jkT; c`gr~ Lo:i esa O;fDr gh gSA (IysVks)
([k) muds (vfkdkfj;ksa ds) xcu ds rjhds pkyhl gSaA (dkSfVY;)
(x) la?kh; jkT; esa lEizHkq dh [kkst ,d vlEHko lkgfld dk;Z gSA
(ykLdh)
(?k) fdlh ekuo dh dk;ZZ&Lora=rk esa] O;fDrxr :i ls ;k lkewfgd :i ls]
Mains GS Question Bank 13

gLr{ksi djus esa ekuo tkfr ds ftl ,dek= ms'; dks vkSfpR;iw.kZ Bgjk;k
tk ldrk gS] og gS vkRe&j{kkA (ts-,l-fey)
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) The State is Individual Writ Large. (Plato)
(b) Of those (officers) the ways of embezzlement are forty.
(Kautilya)
(c) The discovery of Sovereign in a federal state is an
impossible adventure. (Laski)
(d) The sole end for which mankind are warranted, individually
or collectively, ininterfering with the liberty of action of any
of their number is self protection. (J. S. Mill)
2- D;k vki bl fopkj ls lger gSa fd mnkjoknh fFk;ksfj;ka ^ijek.kqokn* ij vkkkfjr
gSa] tcfd leqnk;okfn;ksa dh ,d ^lkekftd LFkkiuk* gksrh gS\ viuh rdZ&js[kk
izLrqr dhft,A 60
Do you agree with the view that liberal theories are based on
atomism, whereas communitarians have a social thesis? Present
your line of argument. 60
3- yksdrkaf=d fFk;ksjh vkRe&fukkZj.k] ekuo vfkdkj vkSj lkekftd U;k; dh
iwoZekU;rkvksa dks ysdj pyrh gSA eks- d- xkakh dk fo'ks"k gokyk nsrs gq,] bl ij
ppkZ dhft,A 60
Democratic theory presupposes self-determination, human rights
and social justice. Discuss this with particular reference to M K
Gandhi. 60
4- ekDlZ ds vuqlkj] jktuhfr dk ewy jkT; esa fufgr ugha gS_ og rks bl laLFkk dh
rg esa fLFkr lkekftd n'kkvksa esa fufgr gS] vFkkZr~ thou dh HkkSfrd n'kkvksa esa]
tSlh fd os mRiknu dh jhfr;ksa esa izfrfcfEcr gksrh gSA fVIi.kh dhft,A 60
The root of politics, according to Marx, does not lie in the state;
it lies in the social conditions underlying this institution, that is,
in the material conditions of life as reflected through the mode of
production. Comment. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa esa gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) ^lEiw.kZ kafr* ij t; izdk'k ukjk;.k ds fopkj
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([k) Hkkjr ds lafokku ds vuqPNsn 51d ds vkhu ewy dkZO;


(x) 1998 ls Hkkjr esa das esa xBcaku dh ljdkjsa
(?k) lafokku (73oka la'kksku) vfkfu;e] 1992 ds vkhu xzke lHkk dh Hkwfedk
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Views of Jaya Prakash Narayan on Total Revolution.
(b) Fundamental Duties under Article 51a of the Constitution
of India.
(c) Coalition Governments in India at the Centre since 1998.
(d) Role of Gram Sabha under the Constitution (Seventy third-
Amendment) Act, 1992.
6- Hkkjr ljdkj vfkfu;e] 1935 ds vkhu ^la?kh; ;kstuk* dks Li"V dhft,A bl
;kstuk dks dk;kZfUor D;ksa ugha fd;k tk ldk Fkk\ 60
Explain the federal scheme under the Government of India Act,
1935. Why could this scheme not be implemented? 60
7- D;k vki bl fopkj ls lger gSa fd ^ewy vfkdkj* vkSj ^jkT; dh uhfr ds
funs'kd rRo* Hkkjr ds lafokku ds ^ksM+ vkSj var%dj.k* esa fLFkfr gSa\ muds
vU;ksU;&lacakksa esa mHkjrh gqbZ izo`fk;ksa ij fVIi.kh dhft,A 60
Do you agree with the view that Fundamental Rights and Directive
Principles of State Policy Constitute the Core and Conscience of
the Indian Constitution? Comment on the emerging trends in their
interrelationship. 60
8- Lora= ,oa fu"i{k pquko djkus esa Hkkjr ds pquko vk;ksx ds la?kVu] izdk;Z.k ,oa
Hkwfedk dk ,d vkdyu dhft,A 60
Make an assessment of the composition, functioning and the role
of the Election Commission of India in the conduct of free and
fair elections. 60
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fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
Mains GS Question Bank 15

iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answer must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Questions 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr ds v;;u ds fy, [ksy fFk;ksjh vkSj mldh ifjlhek,a
([k) kkj.kh; fodkl
(x) L=h&iq#"k U;k; ds fy, vkanksyuksa esa vkkkfjd eqs
(?k) 'khr ;qkskj dky esa xqVfujis{krk dh lkFkZdrk
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Game Theory for the study of International Politics and its
limitations.
(b) Sustainable Development.
(c) Basic issues in movements for Gender Justice.
(d) Relevance of Non-Alignment in Post-Cold war era.
2- fo'oO;kih U;k; ds fy, rhljh nqfu;k vkanksyu ds cqfu;knh y{;ksa dk fo'ys"k.k
dhft,A mudks izkIr djus ds fy, nf{k.k&nf{k.k lg;ksx dk D;k ego gS\ 60
Analyse the basic goals of Third World movement for global
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justice. What is the importance of South-South co-operation to


achieve these? 60
3- fodkl ds iwathoknh ekWMy dh izfr vkSj fodkl'khy ns'kksa ds fy, ml ekWMy
dh mi;ksfxrk vkSj ifjlhekvksa dk lekykspukRed ewY;kadu dhft,A 60
Critically evaluate the nature of capitalist model of development
and its usefulness and limitations for developing countries. 60
4- fdlh ns'k dh fons'k uhfr ds fukkZj.k esa Hkw&jktuhfrd vkSj Hkw&vkFkd dkjdksa
dh Hkwfedk vkSj ego dk o.kZu ,oa vkdyu dhft,A 60
Describe and assess the role and importance of Geopolitical and
Geo-economic factors in the determination of foreign policy of a
country. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa esa gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) Hkkjr dh ^vkfl;ku* esa #fp
([k) ukfHkdh; 'kfDr ds :i esa Lohfr ds fy, Hkkjr dk nkok
(x) xqVfujis{k vkanksyu ds usrk ds :i esa Hkkjr
(?k) Hkkjr vkSj tkiku ds chp lg;ksx ds mHkjrs {ks=
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) India's interest in ASEAN.
(b) India's claim for acceptance as a nuclear power.
(c) India as leader of Non-Aligned movement.
(d) Emerging areas of co-operation between India and Japan.
6- Hkkjr&ikd lacakksa esa gky ds fo'okl&fuekZ.k mik;ksa ds ego vkSj ifjlhekvksa
dks Li"V dhft,A 60
Explain the importance and limitations of recent Confidence
Building Measures in Indo-Pak relations. 60
7- la;qDr jk"V 'kkafr&LFkkiuk dk;Zdykiksa vkSj fo'oO;kih fujL=hdj.k ds ms'; esa
Hkkjr }kjk fuHkkbZ xbZ Hkwfedk dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 60
Evaluate the role India has played in U.N. Peace-keeping activities
and the cause of global disarmament. 60
Mains GS Question Bank 17

8- fo'o O;kikj laxBu (MCY;w-Vh-vks-) vkSj varjkZ"Vh; eqk dks"k (vkbZ-,e-,Q-)


tSlh laLFkkvksa us Hkkjr dh jktuhfrd vkSj vkFkd lEizHkqrk dks fdl lhek rd
izHkkfor fd;k gS\ buds izfr Hkkjr dh D;k vuqf;k jgh gS\ 60
How far institutions like WTO and IMF have influenced India's
political and economic sovereignty? What has been India's
response to these? 60
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iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) jkT; O;fDr dk gh c`gr~ :i gSA (IysVks)
([k) ^fn tujy fcy* ^mruh jkT; dh bPNk ugha gS fd ftruh og jkT; ds fy,
bPNk gSA* (eSdbZoj)
(x) oS'ohdj.k dk jkT; lEizHkqrk ij izHkkoA
(?k) ----fd bl flfoy lekt dh jpuk dks fQj Hkh bldh jktuhfrd vFkZO;oLFkk
essa gh <wa<+uk iM+sxkA (ekDlZ)
Mains GS Question Bank 19

Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words


each: 20 3 = 60
(a) State is individual write large. (Plato)
(b) THE GENERAL WILL .... is not so much the will of the
State as the will for the State, (MacIver)
(c) Impact of Globalisation on State Sovereignty.
(d) .....that the anatomy of this civil society, however, has to be
sought in political economy. (Marx)
2- nklrk ds fo"k; ij vjLrw ds fopkjksa ij ,d lekykspukRed fucak fyf[k,A
60
Attempt a critique a Aristotle's ideas on slavery. 60
3- D;k vki bl fopkj ls lger gSa fd fdlh lekt dh jktuhfrd laLfr ml
lekt dh jktuhfrd iz.kkyh dk ,d vR;ar egoiw.kZ i{k gksrk gS\ vius mkj ds
leFkZu esa dkj.k izLrqr dhft,A 60
Do you agree with the view that Political culture of a society is
highly significant aspect of the Political System? Give reasons in
support of your answer. 60
4- xkakhth ds jkT; ds lacak esa fopkjksa dks Li"V dhft, vkSj mu fopkjksa ds vkkqfud
yksdra= ,oa vjktdrkokn ds flkarksa ds lkFk lacak dks vkyksfdr dhft,A60
Explain Gandhis ideas regarding State and highlight their
relationship with modern democracy and principles of anarchism.
60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd 200 'kCnksa esa
gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) lkekftd U;k; dh vEcsMdj dh ladYiuk
([k) efgyk l'kDrhdj.k dh ladYiuk
(x) U;kf;d lf;rkokn
(?k) fodsafr ;kstuk&fuekZ.kA
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Ambedkar's Concept of Social Justice
(b) The Concept of Women Empowerment
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(c) Judicial Activism


(d) Decentralized Planning
6- ppkZ dhft, fd D;k xBcakuh jktuhfrd us Hkkjr esa la?kokn ds ,d fHkUu izk:i
dks tUe fn;k gSA 60
Discuss whether coalitional politics has led to a different patterns
of federalism in India. 60
7- Hkkjr esa iapk;rh jkt laLFkkvksa ds dk;Z.k ij lafokku ds 73osa la'kksku ds izHkko
dks vkyksfdr dhft,A 60
Highlight the impact of 73rd Constitutional Amendment on the
working of the Panchyati Raj institutions in India. 60
8- jk"V fuekZ.k esa Hkkjr ds vfkdkjhra= dh Hkwfedk vkSj va'knku dk lekykspukRed
ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
Critically examine the role and contribution of India's bureaucracy
in nation building. 60

iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
Mains GS Question Bank 21

provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr] lHkh jktuhfr ds leku] 'kfDr ds fy, ,d la?k"kZ
gSA fVIi.kh dhft,A
([k) jktuhfrd iz.kkyh ds buiqV&vkmViqV izdk;ZA
(x) lkewfgd j{kk dh ,d lq&LFkkfir O;oLFkk fo'o 'kkafr dh xkjaVh gSA
Li"V dhft,A
(?k) varjkZ"Vh; U;k;ky;A
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) International politics, like all politics, is a struggle for power.
Comment.
(b) Input-output functions of political system.
(c) A well-established system of collective security is a guarantee
of world peace. Explain.
(d) International Court of Justice.
2- fons'k uhfr fo'ys"k.k ds ,d lkku ds :i esa fu.kZ;u flkar dh Hkwfedk dk
fo'ys"k.k dhft,A 60
Analyse and evaluate the role of decision-making theory as a tool
of foreign policy analysis. 60
3- varjkZ"Vh; lg;ksx dk 'kk;n gh dksbZ vfHkj.k ,slk gksxk tks varjkZ"Vh; Je
laxBu (vkbZ-,y-vks-) ds eqdkcys esa ekuork ds dY;k.k dks iksf"kr djus esa
T;knk lQy jgk gksA mijksDr dFku ds izdk'k esa] varjkZ"Vh; Je laxBu ds
laxBu ,oa dk;Zdykiksa ij ppkZ dhft,A 60
Few agencies of International co-operation have been more
successful in tending to the welfare of humanity than the I. L.O.
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Discuss the organization of activities of the International Labour


Organization in the light of the above statement. 60
4- izknsf'kd lg;ksx ds nf{k.k ,f'k;kbZ la?k (lkdZ) dh LFkkiuk us nf{k.k ,f'k;k ds
jkT;ksa ds chp ikjLifjd lg;ksx ds }kj [kksy fn, gSaA bl dFku ds izdk'k esa]
nf{k.k ,f'k;kbZ izns'k esa Hkkjr dh Hkwfedk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
The establishment of South Asian Association for Regional
Co-operation (SAARC) has opened the gargets of mutual
co-operation among the State of South Asia. In the light of this
statement examine India's role in the South Asian region. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd 200 'kCnksa esa
gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) fuxqZV vkanksyu esa] Hkkjr dh Hkwfedk dk lekykspukRed vkdyu izLrqr
dhft,A
([k) Hkkjr vkSj mHkjrh gqbZ varjkZ"Vh; vkFkd O;oLFkkA
(x) rsy ladV% Hkkjr dh fodkl j.kuhfr ij mldk izHkkoA
(?k) Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr rsth ls cnyrh gqbZ varjkZ"Vh; iz.kkyh dh cjkcjh
dj ldrh FkhA bl ij ppkZ dhft,A
Comment of any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Give a critical estimate of India's role in the Non-Aligned
Movement.
(b) India and the emerging International Economic Order.
(c) Oil crisis: Its impact on India's development strategy.
(d) India's Foreign Policy could have matched with the fast-
changing international system. Discuss it.
6- O;kid ijh{k.k izfrcak lafk (lhVhchVh) ds izfr Hkkjr ds mikxe dh izfrj{kk esa
rdZ izLrqr dhft,A 60
Give a arguments in defence of India's approach to Comprehensive
Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). 60
7- Hkkjr&:l lacakksa dh orZeku fLFkfr ij ppkZ dhft,A 60
Discuss the present state of Indo-Russian relations. 60
Mains GS Question Bank 23

8- rhljh nqfu;k ds ns'kksa ds ekeyksa esa Hkkjr dh Hkwfedk dk ,d lekykspukRed


fooj.k izLrqr dhft,A 60
Give a critical account of India's rule in the affairs of the Third
World countries. 60
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2007
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) IysVks dk lkE;okn ml eukso`fk dks vey esa ykus vkSj izcfyr djus dh
,d vuqiwjd ;a=koyh gS] ftl eukso`fk dks f'k{kk dks mRiUu djuk gksrk
gSA (uSVyf'ki)
([k) viuh iztk dh lq[k&'kkafr esa gh jktk dh lq[k&'kkafr dk ckl gS_ muds
dY;k.k esa gh mldk viuk dY;k.k gSA (dkSfVY;)
Mains GS Question Bank 25

(x) jkT; oxZ&izfr}afnrk dh vlekkkuh;rk dk ifj.kke gSA (ysfuu)


(?k) pwafd lekt ifjla?kh; gksrk gS] izkfkdkj dk Hkh ifjla?kh; gksuk vko';d
gSA (ykLdh)
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Platos communism is a supplementary machinery to give
effect to and reinforce that spirt which education is create.
(Nettleship)
(b) In the happiness of his subjects lies the kings happiness in
their welfare of his welfare. (Kautilya)
(c) State is the result of the irreconcilability of class antagonism.
(Lenin)
(d) Because the society is federal, the authority must also be
federal. (Laski)
2- ^fdlh Hkh ns'k esa jktuhfrd ize] dsoy ml ns'k dh jktuhfrd laLfr dh
vfHkO;fDr gksrh gSA* izdk'k Mkfy,A 60
'Political process in a country is merely the manifestation of
political culture.' Elucidate. 60
3- jkT; dh ^lIr izfr*] tSlh fd dkSfVY; us mldh ifjdYiuk dh Fkh] dk
lekykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
Critically examine the 'Sapta Prakriti' of state as envisage by
Kautilya. 60
4- jktuhfrd fparu ds bfrgkl esa eSfd;koyh ds egRo ij ppkZ dhft,A D;k ;g
dguk lgh gksxk fd eSfd;koyh dh fFk;ksjh ^ladh.kZr% LFkkuh; vkSj ladh.kZr%
dkyc* gS\ 60
Discuss the importance of Machiavelli in the history of political
thought. Is it correct to say that Machiavelis theory is narrowly
local and narrowly dated? 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd 200 'kCnksa esa
gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) lektokn ij usg: ds fopkjA
([k) jkT; dh uhfr ds funs'kd rRo dsoy iquhr ?kks"k.kk,a ugha gSa] oju~ os jkT;
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uhfr ds ekxZn'kZu ds fy, lqLi"V funsZ'k gSaA


(x) jk"Vh; jktuhfr ds vLFkkf;Ro dk dkj.k izknsf'kd jktuhfr dk mnh;eku
izHkko gSA
(?k) lq&'kklu ds y{; dks izkIr djus ds fy,] iapk;rh jkt laLFkkvksa vkSj ftyk
iz'kklu dks ,d u, lacak dk fodkl dj ysuk pkfg,A
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Nehru's View on socialism.
(b) The Directive principle of state policy are not mere pious
declaration but clear direction for the guideline of state policy.
(c) The instability of national policies is due to rising influence
of religious politics.
(d) The Panchayati Raj institutions and district administration
should develop a new relationship for achieving the goal of
good governance.
6- ;g vko';d gS fd jktuhfrd lqkkj lkekftd lqkkjksa ds vxzxkeh gksa] u fd
muds vuqxkeh (fryd)A lqLi"V dhft,A 60
"Political reforms must precede not follow social reforms" (Tilak).
Elucidate. 60
7- U;kf;d lf;rkokn dh ladYiuk dks Li"V dhft, vkSj Hkkjr esa dk;Zikfydk
vkSj U;k;ikfydk ds chp lacak ij muds izHkko dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
Explain the concept of judicial activism and examine its impact
on the relationship between executive and judiciary in India. 60
8- ppkZ dhft, fd 74osa lafokku la'kksku ds i'pkr~ xzkeh.k fodkl ds ize dks
Rofjr djus esa r`.kewy yksdrkaf=d laLFkk,a fdl lhek rd lQy cuh jgh gSa\
60
Discuss how far the grass root democratic institutions have
remained successful in accelerating the process of rural
development after 73rd constitutional amendment. 60
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300
Mains GS Question Bank 27

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ds mkj fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa
eas gksuk pkfg,% 20360
(d) rqyukRed jktuhfr ds v;;u ds jktdh; vFkZO;oLFkk mikxe dh
izklafxdrk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
([k) Hkw&jktuhfr dh ifjHkk"kk nhft, vkSj vkkqfud ukfHkdh; ;qx esa Hkh blds
izpyu ds dkj.k crkb,A
(x) vQxku x`g ;q us ;w-,l- dks nf{k.k ,f'k;k esa nh?kZdky ls izrhf{kr ,d
'kfDr&c<+r iznku dj nh FkhA
(?k) ^L=h&iq#"k U;k;* fdl ek;us esa vkr ,d vR;ko';d oSf'od fpark cu
xbZ gS\
Answer any three of the following in about 200 words each:
20 3 = 60
(a) Examine the relevance of the political economy approach to
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the study of comparative politics.


(b) Define geopolitical and account for its prevalence even in
the modern nuclear age.
(c) "The Afghanistan Civil War gave the US a long awaited upper
hand in south Asia." Elaborate.
(d) In What sense has 'gender justice' become an urgent global
concern today?
2- lelkef;d okrkZyki esa fodkl dh foek,a dsoy vkFkd ds eqdkcys T;knk
cM+h gSaA bl dFku dh lkFkZdrk ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 60
"Development in contemporary discourse has dimension larger
than just economic." Bring out the significance of the statement.
60
3- vki 'khr;qkskj oSf'od O;oLFkk dk mlls iwoZ dh O;oLFkk ls fdl izdkj
foHksnu djsaxs\ 60
How would you differentiate the post cold war global order from
its predecessor? 60
4- ubZ lgkCnh ds izkjEHk gksus ds le; ls la;qDr jk"V (;w-,u-) dh Hkwfedk esa vk,
izeq[k ifjorZuksa dk lekykspukRed fo'ys"k.k dhft,A 60
Analyze critically the major changes in the role of United Nations
(UN) since the onset of new millennium. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha rhu ds mkj fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa
esa gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) xqVfujis{krk dh uhfr dk vuqlj.k djus esa D;k Hkkjr ds fy, dksbZ ns'kh;
lkekftd&jktuhfrd vkkkj Fkk\
([k) Hkkjr dh ^iwoZ dh vksj ns[kks* uhfr ds fy, dkSu&ls vfHkizsj.k gSa\
(x) orZeku esa Hkkjr vkSj ckaXykns'k ds chp dgklquh ds fujarj eqksa dh igpku
dhft,A
(?k) ;wjksih; la?k ds lkFk Hkkjr ds lacakksa dh izo`fk;ksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
Answer any three of the following in about 200 words:
20 3 = 60
(a) Was there any domestic socio-political basis for India to
pursue the policy of non-alignment.
Mains GS Question Bank 29

(b) What are the motivations for India's "Look East" Policy.
(c) Identify the persistent points of frictions between India and
Bangladesh at present.
(d) Examine the trends in India's relations with the European
Union.
6- dkjfxy ;q ds ckn ls Hkkjr&ikfdLrku 'kkafr izf;k dh izxfr dh lekykspukRed
leh{kk dhft,A 60
Critically review the progress of India-Pakistan peace process
since Kargil War. 60
7- iM+kslh nf{k.k ,f'k;kbZ ns'kksa esa] muds ns'kh; fo{kksHk vdlj Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr
ds ruko cu tkrs gSaA mnkgj.k izLrqr djrs gq, ppkZ dhft,A 60
"Domestic turmoil in neighbouring South Asian countries often
constitutes a strain on Indian Foreign policy." Discuss with
illustration. 60
8- 1990 ds n'kd ds izkjEHk ls ysdj Hkkjr&;w-,l- lacakksa esa izeq[k ?kVukeksa@izo`fk;ksa
dk loZlekos'kh ijh{k.k dhft,A D;k vki nksuksa jk"Vksa ds chp xBtksM+ ds etcwr
gks tkus dh Hkfo";&dYiuk djrs gSa\ izekf.kr dhft,A 60
Comprehensively examine the major developmenttrends in Indo-
US relations since the early 1990s. Do you visualized the
strengthening of ties between the two nations? Substantiate. 60
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iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIi.kh dhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuk pkfg,% 20360
(d) ,d 'kfDr ladYiuk ds :i esa jktuhfr
([k) Qklhokn vkFkd 'kfDr ds midj.kksa ds Lokfe;ksa ds fgr esa mnkj fopkjksa
vkSj laLFkkvksa dk fouk'k gSA (ykLdh)
(x) euq";ksa dk feytqy dj ,d lkoZtuhu laLFkk dk fuekZ.k djus vkSj vius
vkidks ljdkj ds vkhu LFkkfir djus dk egku vkSj eq[; ms'; laifk
Mains GS Question Bank 31

dk ijh{k.k djuk gSA (ykWd)


(?k) okLrfod vfkdkj dkZO; ds fu"iknu ds ifj.kke gksrs gSaA
(egkRek xkakh)
Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Politics as a power concept.
(b) "Fascism is the detruction of liberal ideas and institutions in
the interest of those who own the instruments of economic
power." (Laski)
(c) "The great and chief aim of men's uniting into a
Commonwealth and putting themselves under Government
is the preservation of property." (Locke)
(d) "Real rights are a result of performance of duty."
(Mahatma Gandhi)
2- jktuhfrd flkar (fFk;ksjh) ds fodkl esa ifjorZu'khy oS'ysf"kd ifjis{;ksa dks
Li"V dhft,A 60
Explain the changing analytical perspectives in the developments
of political theory. 60
3- ekuokfkdkj lHkh ns'kksa vkSj laLfr;ksa ds yksxksa ds LokfeRo esa cqfu;knh uSfrd
xkjafV;ksa gSa] dsoy blfy, fd os yksx gSaA bl dFku dks Li"V dhft,A 60
"Human rights are basic moral guarantees that people in all
countries and cultures possess, simply because they are people."
Explain the statement. 60
4- izkkkU; dh xzkE'kh dh ladYiuk dk lekykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
Critically examine Gramsci's concept of Hegemony.
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha rhu ij fVIi.kh dhft,] tks izR;sd mkj 200 'kCnksa
esa gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) Lojkt Lons'kh vkSj loksZn; dh ijeksRd"kZ gSA
([k) Hkkjr ds lafokku dh msf'kdk esa izfrf"Bkfir ljdkj ds izdkj
(x) fuokZpu vkpkj lafgrk dk ifj'kksku
(?k) Hkkjr esa yksdra= vkSj fodkl ds chp lglacak
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Comment on any three of the following in about 200 words


each: 20 3 = 60
(a) "Swaraj is the culmination of Swadeshi and Sarvodaya."
(b) The type of Government enshrined in the Preamble of the
Indian Constitution.
(c) Revision in the Election Code of Conduct.
(d) The correlation between democracy and development in
India.
6- Hkkjr ds lafokku dh fojpuk esa izcy ck vkSj vkarfjd izHkkoksa ij ppkZ dhft,A
60
Discuss the dominate external and internal influences in the
framing of the Indian Constitution. 60
7- Hkkjr dh jktuhfr esa tkfr vkSj leqnk; ds izHkko dk ijh{k.k dhft,A D;k
vkidks Hkfo"; esa ns'k dh jktuhfr esa mudh vuojr izklafxdrk fn[kkbZ nsrh gS\
60
Examine the effect of caste and community in Indian politics. Do
you foresee their continued relevance in the country's politics?
8- ncko lewg vkSj vkanksyu jktuhfr esa fdu&fdu rjhdksa ls izHkko Mkyus dk iz;kl
djrs gSa\ Hkkjr ds jktuhfrd lanHkZ esa izHkko Mkyus ds ,sls iz;klksa ds fufgrkFkks ij
ppkZ dhft,A 60
In what ways do pressure groups and movements exert influence
in politics? In the Indian political context, discuss the implications
of such influence being exerted. 60
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
Mains GS Question Bank 33

iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksus pkfg,% 20360
(d) orZeku varjkZ"Vh; ifjn`'; esa] Hkw&vFkZra= us Hkw&jktuhfr dk LFkku fdl
izdkj ys fy;k gS\
([k) izHkkoh izknsf'kd laxBu ds :i esa mHkjus esa ^lkdZ* ds lkeus vk jgh ck;rkvksa
dh :ijs[kk izLrqr dhft,A
(x) lalkj ds fofHkUu ns'kksa ds lkekftd&jktuhfrd ize dks le>us esa rqyukRed
jktuhfrd lektfoKku fdl izdkj lgk;rk djrk gS\
(?k) oS'ohdj.k ds ;qx esa] mkj&nf{k.k foHkktu dk dkj.k cuus okys dkjdksa dks
lfoLrkj Li"V dhft,A (egkRek xkakh)
Answer any three of the following in about 200 words each:
20 3 = 60
(a) How has geo-economics replaced geo-politics in the present
International scenario?
(b) Outline the constraints SAARC is facing to emerge an an
effective regional organisation.
(c) How does comparative political sociology help in
understanding of socio political process of different countries
of the world?
(d) Elaborate the factors which cause North-South divide in the
age of globalisation.
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2- fgr lewgksa dk izdk;Z.k jktuhfrd ikV;ksa ls fdl izdkj fHkUu gksrk gS\ mi;qDr
mnkgj.k is'k djrs gq,] bl ij ppkZ dhft,A 60
How does functioning of intersting groups differ from political
parties? Discuss with appropriate examples. 60
3- varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa ds v;;u esa ;FkkFkZoknh vkSj uo&;FkkFkZoknh mikxeksa ij ppkZ
dhft,A 60
Discuss the realist and neo-realist approaches to the study of
International relations. 60
4- D;k vki bl kkj.kk ls lger gSa fd varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa ds v;;u ds ekDlZoknh
mikxe dk cM+k vkkkj vkFkd vip;okn (fjMD'kfuTe) gS\ dkj.k nhft,A
60
Do you agree with the notion that Marxist approach to the study
of International relations is largely based on economic
reductionism? Give reasons. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha rhu ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd mkj 200 'kCnksa esa
gksa% 20360
(d) ^Hkkjr vkSj phu ds chp lacak dk fo'ks"k y{k.k }a} vkSj lg;ksx ds mPp
Lrjksa dk gksuk gSAS * fVIi.kh dhft,A
([k) lqj{kk vleatl vkSj vlqj{kk vleatl ds chp varj dks Li"V dhft,A
(x) la;qDr jk"V 'kkafr ikyu ikyu f;kdykiksa dks Hkkjr ds ;ksxnku dh :ijs[kk
izLrqr dhft,A
(?k) ^izHkqRokRed LFkkf;Ro* dh ladYiuk dks Li"V dhft,A
Answer any three of the following in about 200 words each:
20 3 = 60
(a) "The relationship between India and China is characterised
by high levels of conflict and cooperation." Comment.
(b) Explain the difference between security dilemma and
insecurity dilemma.
(c) Outline India's contribution to UN Peace Keeping activities?
(d) Explain the concept of 'Hegemonic stability'.
6- ^fo'o O;kikj laxBu (MCY;w-Vh-vks-) lafkokrkZvksa esa fujarj Hkax fo'o jktuhfr
Mains GS Question Bank 35

esa vR;fkd vlgefr;ksa ds gksus dh vksj b'kkjk djrk gSA* D;k vki bl ckr ls
lger gSa\ 60
"The constant breakdown in WTO negotiations suggest too many
disagreements in world politics." Would you agree? 60
7- (MCY;w-,e-Mh-) loZ fouk'k ds vk;qkksa dh lao`f vkSj LokfeRo us varjkZ"Vh;
lqj{kk dks xEHkhj :i ls nqcZy cuk fn;k gSA ppkZ dhft,A 60
The growth and possession of WMD has seriously undermined
international security. Discuss. 60
8- ^D;k fo'ohr lalkj esa izeq[k cktkj 'kfDr ds :i esa Hkkjr ds mn; dk vFkZ gS
fd Hkkjr dk vc ml ^uo varjkZ"Vh; vkFkd O;oLFkk* ls dksbZ ljksdkj ugha gS]
ftldk og fdlh le; leFkZu fd;k djrk Fkk\ ppkZ dhft,A 60
Does India's rise as a major market power in a globalised world
mean that it is no longer concerned with the 'new international
economic order' that it once championed? Discuss. 60
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2009
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
lHkh iz'uksa ds vad leku gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIi.kh dhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa eas gksuh pkfg,% 20360
(d) ljy 'kCnksa esa] jktuhfrd fFk;ksjh vius lkewfgd thou vkSj laxBu dks
lpsru :i ls le>us vkSj mudh leL;k,a gy djus ds ekuo ds iz;kl gSa-
---;g jktuhfrd leL;kvksa dk vuq'kkluc vUos"k.k gS------u dsoy ;g
fn[kkus ds fy, fd jktuhfrd jhfr D;k gksrh gS] cfYd ;g Hkh fn[kkus ds
fy, fd bldk D;k vFkZ gksrk gSA ;g fn[kkus esa fd jhfr ds D;k ek;us gksrs
gSa] ;k fd mlds D;k ek;us gksus pkfg,] jktuhfrd fFk;ksjh tks gS mldks cny
Mains GS Question Bank 37

ldrh gSA (lsckbu)


([k) efgyk lnSo gh iq#"k ij fuHkZj jgh gS] ;fn mldh nklh ugha gks rks_
L=h&iq#"kksa us lalkj dk fgLlk dHkh Hkh cjkcjh esa ugha ckaVk gSA
(flekSu fM fcokS,j)
(x) if'peh fopkjkkjk] dgk tk ldrk gS] ;k rks IysVksfud jgh gS ;k
izfr&IysVksfud] ysfdu dHkh Hkh v&IysVksfud ugha jgh gSA (ikSij)
(?k) lektokn cgqr bLrseky dh gqbZ ,slh Vksih gS] ftldh ewy vkfr dh dksbZ
Hkh ifjHkk"kk Hkh ugha dj ldrk gSA (lh-bZ-,e-tksM)
Comments on any THREE of the following statements in not
more than 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) "Political Theory is, quite simply, man's attempt to
consciously understand and solve the problems of his group
life and organization. It is the disciplined investigation of
political problems. Not only to show what a political practice
is, but also to show what it means. In showing what a practice
means, or what it ought to mean, political theory can alter
what it is." (Sabine)
(b) "Women has always been mans dependent, If not his slave;
the two sexes have never shared the world in equality."
(Simone de Beauvoir)
(c) "Western thought, one might say, has been either platonic or
anti platonic but hardly ever non-platonic." (Popper)
(d) "Socialism is a much used hat, whose original shape no one
can define." (C E M Joad)
2- (d) jkt&dyk ds fo"k; ij dkSfVY; vkSj eSfd;kosyh ds chp lekurk vkSj
oS"kE; ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 20
([k) Li"V dhft, fd D;k dkj.k gS fd tsjseh csaFke uSlxd vfkdkjksa dh
fFk;ksjh dks ^cS'kkf[k;ksa ds ij vFkZghu Hkk"kk* dg dj [kkfjt dj nsrk gSA
20
(x) bl izfriknuk ij fVIi.kh dhft, fd mnkj lkafokkfudrk mnkj yksdra= ls
igys vkrh gSA 20
(a) Compare and contrast Kautilya and Machiavalli on statecraft.
20
(b) Explain as to why Jeremy Bentham dismisses the theory of
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natural right as 'nonsense upon stilts.' 20


(c) Comment on the proposition that liberal constitutionalism
precedes liberal democracy. 20
3- folacaku dks lekIr djus vkSj v&folacaku dh voLFkk ij igqapus ds fy, ekDlZ
ds uqL[ks dk lfoLrkj ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
Examine in detail Marxs prescription for ending alienation and
reaching the stage of de-alienation. 60
4- getk vYoh ds vfr fodflr jkT; ds fu:i.k dk lekykspukRed ijh{k.k
dhft,A 60
Critically examine Hamza Alavis Formulation of the over
developed state. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha rhu ij fVIi.kh dhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) varjkZT; lfefr;ka
([k) mxz ekuorkokn
(x) lafokku ds vuqPNsn&338 ds [kaM(5)] (8) vkSj (9) esa vfkdfFkr ds
vuqlkj leqfpr jk"Vh; vk;ksx ds izdk;Z] dkZO; vkSj 'kfDr;kaA
(?k) bysDVkWfud oksfVax e'khuksa (bZ-oh-,e-) ds bLrseky ds pqukoh jktuhfr ds
fy, fufgrkFkZA
Comments on any THREE of the following in not more than
200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Inter State Committee.
(b) Radical Humanism.
(c) The Functions, duties and powers of the appropriate National
Commission as laid down in clauses (5) (8), and (9) of
Articles-338 of the constitution.
(d) Implication of the use of Electronic Voting Machine (EVM)
on electoral politics.
6- (d) ns'k dh mPp U;k;ikfydk esa U;k;kkh'kksa dh fu;qfDr dh orZeku iz.kkyh dh
leh{kk ds fy, is'k fd, tk jgs rdks dk lekykspukiwoZd ijh{k.k dhft,A
30
([k) orZeku (15oha) yksd lHkk rd] dkykarj esa yksd lHkk ds lnL;ksa ds
Mains GS Question Bank 39

ifjorhZ 'kSf{kf.kd fp= ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 30


(a) Critically examine the arguments being advanced for review
of the present system of appointment of judges to the higher
judiciary of the country. 30
(b) Bring out the changing educational profile of the members
of the Lok Sabha over the years, up to the present (15th)
Lok Sabha. 30
7- vU; fiNM+k oxZ jktuhfr us jkT;ksa eas] izcy tkfr jktuhfr dh izfr dks pqukSrh
nh gSA bl dFku dk lekykspukiwoZd ijh{k.k dhft,A 60
"The OBC politics has challenged the nature of dominant caste
politics in the states." Critically examine this statement and bring
out your conclusion. 60
8- Lokra;kskj Hkkjr esa] i;kZoj.kh; vkanksyuksa us vkFkd fodkl dh uhfr vkSj
izk:i dks pqukSrh nh gSA mnkgj.k nsrs gq, bl dFku dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A 60
"The environmental movements have challenged the policy and
pattern of economic development in post independent India."
Analyze with examples. 60
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
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Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd 200 'kCnksa eas gksus
pkfg,% 20360
(d) fodkl'khy lalkj esa mHkjh jktuhfr dk fo'ys"k.k djus ds fy, D;k fdlh
lqLi"V lSkafrd <kaps dk fodkl djuk vko';d gS\
([k) ukfHkdh; vkSj yEch&nwjh ifjnku&okgu izk| S ksfxdh ds c<+rs gq, oSf'od
folj.k dh D;k lkFkZdrk gS\
(x) mnkjoknh varjkZ"Vokn dh izeq[k ehlkalk,a dkSu&lh gSa\
(?k) oSf'od ukxfjd lekt ds lqn`<h+ dj.k ds fy, oSf'od ukjh&vfkdkjokn
ds ;ksxnku ij fVIi.kh dhft,A
Answer on any THREE of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Is it necessary to evolve a distinct theoretical framework for
analysis emergent politics in the developing world?
(b) What is the significance of the increasing global diffusion
of nuclear and long range delivery vehicle technology?
(c) What are the major critiques of liberal internationalization?
(d) Comment on the contribution of global feminism to the
consolidation of global society.
2- le>kb, fd fM;kSV~'k dk ekWMy varjkZ"Vh; ijLij&fuHkZjrk ds <kaps dks fdl
lhek rd Li"V djrk gSA D;k vkids fopkj esa 'khr;qkskj oS'ohdj.k iz{ksi&iFk
esa] ijLij fuHkZjrk vkSj ,dhdj.k ds izeksa esa fujarj lao`f gksrh jgh gS\ 60
Explain how far Detaches model explains the framework
international interdependence. Do you think that the processes of
interdependence and integration have grown steadily in the post
Cold War Globlisation trajectory? 60
3- varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa dh foLr`r xfrdh dks ?kVkus&c<+kus vkSj :ikarfjr djus esa
Mains GS Question Bank 41

varjkZ"Vh; eqk dks"k] fo'o cSad] ;wjksih; la?k vkSj cgqjk"Vh; dEifu;ksa ds izdkj
ds jkT;srj lapkydksa dh Hkwfedk dks Li"V dhft,A 60
Explain the role of non state actors, like IMF, World Bank,
European Union and MNCs, in modulating and transforming the
broad dynamics of international relations. 60
4- jktuhfrd fgalk dks fu;a=.k esa j[kus esa yksdra= vkSj ,dra= ds rqyukRed ykHkksa
dk ijh{k.k dhft,A D;k vkids fopkj esa jktuhfrd fgalk ds izfr ,dr=h;
lekt vfkd izo.k gksrs gSa\ dqN lektksa ds rqyukRed v;;u dh lgk;rk ls
vius mkj dks lqLi"V dhft,A 60
Examine the comparative advantages of democracy and autocracy
in restraining political violence. Do you think that autocratic
societies are more prone to political violence? Illustrate your
answer with a comparative study of a few societies. 60
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha rhu ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa
gksus pkfg,% 20360
(d) D;k vkids fopkj esa Hkkjr dh ^iwoZ dh vksj ns[kks* uhfr] ;wjksih; lk>k
cktkj ds foijhr] lk>k ,f'k;kbZ cktkj ds fy, lgk;d gksxh\
([k) iM+ksl esa ukfHkdh; 'kL=ksa ds {ks= esa xfrfofk;ksa ds lanHkZ esa] D;k vkids
fopkj esa Hkkjr dh j{kk j.kuhfr esa fdlh ifjorZu dh vko';drk gS\
(x) nf{k.k vhdk esa jk"V&fuekZ.k ds ize esa] Hkkjr ds D;k&D;k ;ksxnku vkSj
lgk;rk,a jgh gSa\
(?k) vQxkfuLrku ds lacak esa Hkkjr dh uhfr fdl lhek rd etcwjh ds ctk;
^oSf'od nf{k.k* dh ifjdYiuk ls izsfjr gS\
Answer on any THREE of the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Do you think that India's Look East policy would help a
common Asian market, unlike European common market?
(b) In the context of developments on the nuclear weapons front
in the neighbourhood, do you think that any change in India
s defence strategy is indicated?
(c) Identify India's contributions and assistance in the process
of nation-building in South Africa.
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6- nf{k.k ,f'k;k esa Hkw&c ns'kksa ds lacak esa Hkkjr dh Hkwfedk dk j.kuhfrd n`f"V ls
ijh{k.k dhft,A usiky ds lacak esa phu] la;qDr jkT; vesfjdk vkSj ;wjksih; la?k
tSlh cM+h 'kfDr;ksa ds gLr{ksi us Hkkjr ds j.kuhfrd fgrksa dks fdl lhek rd
izHkkfor fd;k gS\ 60
To what extent is India's policy in regard to Afghanistan dictated
by a vision of Global South, rather than compulsions? Examine
India's role in strategic terms with regard to the land-locked
countries in South Asia. With regard to Nepal, to what extent has
the involvement of major posers such as China, the US and the
EU impacted India s strategic interests. 60
7- ns'k esa miIyo vkSj vkradokn ls izHkkfor nks izeq[k {ks=ksa esa] miIyo vkSj vkradokn
ds vkkkjHkwr dkj.kksa dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A bl lacak esa bu {ks=ksa esa vkradokn dk
izfrjksk djus dh jktdh; uhfr;ksa fdl lhek rd izHkkoh jgh gSa\ 60
Analyze the basic causes of insurgency and terrorism in two
majors areas that are affected in the country. In this regard, to
what extent have state policies to counter terrorism been effective
in these areas? 60
8- Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr ij vU; dkjdksa ds vykok] ?kjsyw leL;k,a vkSj ,sfrgkfld
iwoZ&ifjikfV;ka izeq[k fofr;ka cuh gqbZ gSaA mi;qDr mnkgj.k izLrqr djrs gq, bl
dFku ij ppkZ dhft,A 60
Domestic problems and Historic legacies, apart from other factors,
constitute major strains on Indian foreign policy. Discuss this
statement with suitable examples. 60
Mains GS Question Bank 43

2010
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
All questions carry equal marks.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgh rhu ij fVIi.kh dhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150
'kCnksa eas gks% 15460
(d) gekjs 'kjhj dh dksf'kdkvksa (dSfiyjht) esa #fkj dh Hkkafr] leLr ra= esa
ls 'kfDr izokfgr gksrh gSA (QkSdkSYV)
([k) jkWcVZ Mkg~y dh fo:fir cgqra= dh ladYiukA
(x) ^O;fDrxr jktuhfrd gSA*
(?k) ^vufHkKrk dk ijnkA*
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Answer on any THREE of the following in about 200 words


each: 20 3 = 60
(a) "Power flows throughout the system like blood in the
capillaries of our body." (Foucault)
(b) Robert Dahl's concept of deformed polyarchy.
(c) 'Personal is political.'
(d) 'Veil of ignorance.'
2- (d) yksdra= dh fopkj&foe'khZ fFk;ksfj;ksa dk vkdyu dhft,A 30
([k) mnkjoknh ukjh&vfkdkjokn vkSj lektoknh ukjh&vfkdkjokn ds chp
foLrkjiwoZd foHksnu dhft,A 30
(a) Assess the deliberative theories of democracy. 30
(b) Distinguish between liberal feminism and socialist feminism
in detail. 30
3- (d) ekDlZ ds jkT; ds dj.koknh mikxe dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 30
([k) jkT; 'kfDr ds lanHkZ esa keZ'kkL= vkSj vFkZ'kkL= ds chp lekurk vkSj oS"kE;
n'kkZb,A 30
(a) Evaluate Marx's instrumentalist approach to the state. 30
(b) Compare and contrast Dharmasastra and Arthasastra with
reference to state power. 30
4- (d) D;k vkids fopkj esa oS'ohdj.k ds ifj.kkeLo:i] vkkqfud jk"V&jkT; dk
kl gksuk tkjh gS\ vius mkj ds i{k esa nyhysa nhft,A 30
([k) ekuo vfkdkjksa ds izfr lkaLfrd lkis{koknh mikxe dk lekykspukRed
ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
(a) Do you think that the modern nation-state has been declining
in the wake of globalization? Justify your answer. 30
(b) Critically examine the cultural relativist approach to human
rights.
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks%
15460
(d) ,l-,u- cuthZ dh iqLrd ^, us'ku bu fn esfdax* esa fp=.k ds vuqlkj
Hkkjrh; jk"VoknA
([k) fiNys nks n'kdksa ds nkSjku Hkkjr ds vke pqukoksa esa mikafrr (ektusykbTM)
Mains GS Question Bank 45

leqnk;ksa ds chp jktuhfrd lgHkkfxrk esa meM+A


(x) varjkZT;h; ty fooknA
(?k) vkFkd mnkjhdj.k vkSj Hkkjr ds jkT;ksa ds chp vleku fodklA
Comment on the following in about 150 words each:
15 4 = 60
(a) Indian nationalism as depicted in S.N. Banerjea's 'A Nation
in the Making'.
(b) Upsurge in political participation among the marginalised
communities in the Indian General Elections during the last
two decades.
(c) Inter-State water disputes.
(d) Economic liberalisation and uneven development among
Indian States.
6- (d) Hkkjr esa ekuokfkdkjksa ds vfre.kksa ls lacafkr f'kdk;rksa ds fuokj.k esa
jk"Vh; ekuokfkdkj vk;ksx dh izHkkfork dk vkdyu dhft,A 30
([k) vYila[;d keZfujis{k jkT; ds LokHkkfod vfHkj{kd gksrs gSaA Mh-bZ-
fLeFkA bl ij ppkZ dhft,A 30
(a) Assess the effectiveness of the National Human Rights
Commission in redressing grievances pertaining to human
right violations in India. 30
(b) "Minorities are the natural custodians of the secular state."
[D.E. Smith]. Discuss. 30
7- fuEufyf[kr n`<+dFkuksa dk] izR;sd dk yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa] lekykspukRed
:i ls ijh{k.k dhft, vkSj mu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,% 20360
(d) lafokku lHkk] rRor% ,d gh ikVhZ ds ns'k esa] ,d ikVhZ fudk; FkhA lHkk
dkaxzsl Fkh vkSj dkaxzsl HkkjrA (xzSufoy vkWfLVu)
([k) Hkkjr ds lafokku ds vuqPNsn 2 vkSj 3] la?kokn dh Hkkouk ds vlaxr gSaA
(x) lkewfgd mkjnkf;Ro dk flkar] tSls fd ljdkj ds eaf=eaMy ra= esa gS]
Hkkjr esa xBcaku ljdkjksa ds vkfoHkkZo ds lanHkZ esa vijfnr gks x;k gSA
Critically examine and comment on the assertions below, in
about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) "The Constituent Assembly was a one party body in an
essentially one part country. The Assembly was the Congress
and the Congress was India." (Granville Austin)
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(b) "Articles 2 and 3 of the Indian Constitution are inconsistent


with the spirit of federalism."
(c) "The principle of collective responsibility, a la the cabinet
system of government, has eroded in the context of the
emergence of coalition goverment in India."
8- (d) ukxfjd Lora=rk vkSj ekuo vfkdkj vkanksyu Hkkjrh; yksdra= dh f;k
dks fdl&fdl izdkj izHkkfor djrs gSa] mi;qDr mnkgj.kksa ds lkFk viuk
mkj nhft,A 30
([k) D;k vkids fopkj esa Hkkjr esa 1991 ckn ds lqkkj vkFkd fodkl ds
usg:oh ekWMy ls lkFkZd f[kldko dks fpfr djrs gSa\ vius mkj ds i{k
esa nyhysa nhft,A 30
(a) In what ways do ciil liberties and human rights movements
influence the working of Indian democracy? Give your
answer with suitable examples. 30
(b) Do you think that the post-1991 reforms in India mark a
significant shift from the Nehruvian model of economic
development? Justify you answer. 30
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Mains GS Question Bank 47

Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question in indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr esa ls izR;sd ds yxHkx 200 'kCnksa eas mkj nhft,% 20360
(d) vkkq f ud rq y ukRed jktuhfr mikxe fdl iz d kj ls ikjeEifjd
fofkd&lkaLFkkfud mikxe ls fHkUu gS\
([k) gky ds le; esa lqj{kk dh ifjorZu'khy izfr dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
(x) ^j.kuhfr vkack* dh ladYiuk dk vFkZ vkSj vuqiz;ksx le>kb,A
Answer the following in about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) How is the modern comparative politics approach different
from the traditional legal-institutional approach?
(b) Examine the changing nature of security in the recent times.
(c) Explain the meaning and application of the concept of
'strategic engagement'.
2- (d) varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr esa ;FkkFkZokn dh mkj&vkkqfudrkoknh lekykspuk dk
ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) ukfHkdh;&vk;qk&eqDr lalkj ds vkfoHkkZo dh lEHkkoukvksa dk foLrkjiwoZd
vkdyu dhft,A 40
(a) Examine the post-modernist critique of Realism in
international politics. 20
(b) Assess in detail the prospects of the emergenc of a nuclear-
weapons-free world. 40
3- (d) dksiugsxu f'k[kj lEesyu ds lanHkZ esa oSf'od i;kZoj.k ij mHkjdj vk,
gq, fofHkUu lanHkks ij ppkZ dhft,A 20
([k) oS'ohdj.k dk] rhljh nqfu;k ds lan'kZ ls] lekykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A
40
(a) Discuss the different perspectives on global environment that
have emerged in the context of the Copenhagen Summit.
20
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(b) Critically examine globalisation from a Third World


perspective. 40
4- fuEufyf[kr ij vius ifjis{;ksa dks izdV dhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200
'kCnksa esa gksus pkfg,% 20360
(d) 'khr ;qkskj vofk esa xqV&fujis{k vkanksyu ds lR;kHkklh y{; (IykSftcy
,e)
([k) oSf'od ukxfjd lekt (flfoy lkslkbVh) ds vkfoHkkZo ds ladsr
(x) D;k jk"Vh; fgr dks ,d vpj dksfV ds rkSj ij ns[kk tkuk pkfg, ;k fd og
fLFkfr&fof'k"V gksrk gS\
4. Bring out you perspectives on the following in about 200 words
each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Plausible aims of the Non-Aligned Movement in the post-
Cold War period.
(b) The indications of the emergenc of a global civil society.
(c) Should National Interest by viewed as a constant category
or is it situation specific?
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr esa ls izR;sd ds yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa mkj nhft,% 20360
(d) D;k btjkby dks Hkkjr dk ^LokHkkfod fe=* dgk tk ldrk gS\
([k) ;w-,l- dh vQxkfuLrku&ikfdLrku uhfr ds izfr Hkkjr dh vuqf;k dk
ijh{k.k dhft,A
(x) lalkj ds fofHkUu Hkkxksa esa ;w-,u- (la;qDr jk"V) ds 'kkafr&j{k.k iz;klksa esa
Hkkjrh; l'kL= lsukvksa ds }kjk fuokZg dh xbZ Hkwfedk ij izdk'k Mkfy,A
5. Answer the following in about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Can Israel be termed a 'natural ally' of India?
(b) Examine India's response to the Af-Pak policy of the US.
(c) Bring out the role played by Indian armed forces in Un peace-
keeping efforts in various parts of the world.
6- (d) orZeku esa ;wjksih; la?k ds lkFk ifjppkZ fd, tk jgs eqksa dh izfr dk
ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) ns'k ds vanj xSj&dkuwuh izolu ds dkj.k Hkkjr ds le{k mifLFkfr leL;kvksa
dk vkdyu dhft,A 40
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(a) Examine the nature of the issues currently being debated


with the European Union. 20
(b) Assess the problems being faced by India on account of
illegal migration into the country. 40
7- (d) :i dh fons'k&uhfr esa gky dh izo`fk;ksa ij fVIi.kh fyf[k,A 20
([k) ;w-,u- (la;qDr jk"V) vkt vuU; :i ls lqj{kk& mUeq[kh fudk; gksus ds
ctk; ,d lkekftd lsok laxBu vfkd gSA lekykspukiwoZd ijh{k.k
dhft,A 40
(a) Comment on the recent trends in Russia's foreign policy.
20
(b) "The UN today is more of a social service organisation than
an exclusively security-oriented body." Critically examine.
40
8- (d) la;qDr jk"V lqj{kk ifj"kn esa lqkkj ij Hkkjr ds ifjis{;ksa ,oa fparkvksa ij
izdk'k Mkfy,A 20
([k) ;fn Hkkjr nf{k.k&iwoZ ,f'k;k ds lkFk vis{kkr vfkd xEHkhj lacak dk
vuqlj.k djs] rks D;k ;g Hkkjr ds fy, ykHkdkjh gksxk\ lekykspukRed
ewY;kadu dhft,A 40
(a) Bring out India's perspectives and concerns on reform in the
UN Security Council. 20
(b) Would it be to India's benefit if it were to pursue a more
serious relationship with South-East Asia? Critically
evaluate. 40
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2011
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question in indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa eas gks%
15460
(d) jkT; izfr dh fr gS vkSj euq"; izfr ls ,d jktuhfrd izk.kh gSA
(vjLrw)
([k) jkT; dk egRo-------mls la?kfVr djus okys O;fDr;ksa dk egRo gSA
(ts-,l-fey)
(x) ,d O;fDroknh ds :i esa gkWCl
Mains GS Question Bank 51

(?k) ^lkekftd U;k;* ij xkakh vkSj vEcsMdj ds fopkj


Comment on the following in about 150 words each:
15 4 = 60
(a) The State is a creation of nature and man is by nature a
political animal. (Aristotle)
(b) The worth of a State Is the worth of individuals
composing it. (J. S. Mill)
(c) Hobbies as an individualist.
(d) Views of Gandhi and Ambedkar on social justice.
2- (d) jkT; dh mkj&mifuos'kh O;k[;k dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 30
([k) jktuhfr esa O;ogkjoknh kafr ds egRo dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
(a) Make an assessment of the post-colonial understanding of
State. 30
(b) Examine the significance of the behavioural revolution in
politics. 30
3- (d) dgk tkrk gS fd tgka dkuwu ugha gS ogka Lora=rk ugha gSA bl dFku ij viuk
er O;Dr dhft,A 30
([k) ^fopkjkkjk dk var* ij gksus okys foe'kZ dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
(a) It is said where there is no law there is no liberty. Give your
views on this statement. 30
(b) Examine the debate on the 'End of Ideology'. 30
4- (d) ekDlZ vkSj oscj ds ^'kfDr* lacakh fopkjksa dk rqyukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A
30
([k) ^tura= ds lgHkkxh izfreku* dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
(a) Attempt a Comparative examination of the views of Marx
and Weber on 'Power'. 30
(b) Examine the Participatory Model of Democracy. 30
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks%
15460
(d) Hkkjrh; jk"Vh; vkanksyu dk nfyr ifjizs{;
([k) lfou; voKk vkanksyu dk egRo
(x) vuqlwfpr tkfr;ksa ds fy, jk"Vh; vk;ksx dh Hkwfedk
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(?k) Hkkjrh; jktuhfr esa ncko lewg ds :i esa Jfed la?k


Comment on the following in about 150 words each:
15 4 = 60
(a) Dalit perspective on Indian National Movement.
(b) Significance of the Civil Disobedience Movement.
(c) Role of National Commission for Scheduled Castes.
(d) Trade union as pressure group in Indian politics.
6- (d) lkekftd&vkFkd U;k; dh izkfIr esa jkT; ds uhfr funs'kd flkarksa dh
egkk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
([k) lkekU; ifjfLFkfr esa jkT;iky ,d lkafokkfud dk;Zikyd ds :i esa dk;Z
djrk gS] fdUrq laoS kkfud ladV dh fLFkfr esa og ,d 'kfDr'kkyh vkSj
izHkkoh dk;Zikyd gks ldrk gSA foospu dhft,A 30
(a) Examine the significance of the Directive Principles of State
Policy in achieving the goal of socio-economic justice. 30
(b) In normal conditions, the Governor is a constitutional
executive but in case of constitutional crisis, he can become
a powerful and effective executive. Discuss. 30
7- fuEufyf[kr n`<+dFkuksa dk yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa] lekykspukRed :i ls
ijh{k.k dhft, vkSj mu ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,% 20360
(d) varr% lkafokkfud dkuwu ds LFkku ij jktuhfrd dkjd Hkkjr esa dsa&jkT;
lacakksa dk fukkZj.k djrs gSaA
([k) Hkkjrh; jktuhfr us tkfr dks izHkkfor fd;k gS vkSj tkfr us Hkkjrh; jkthufr
dksA
(x) Hkkjrh; jktuhfr esa iaFk&fujis{krk ,d feFkd gSA
Critically examine and comment on the assertions given below
in about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) It is not constitutional law but political factors that ultimately
determine Centre-States
relations in India.
(b) Indian politics has influenced caste and caste has influenced
Indian politics.
(c) Secularism in Indian politics is a myth.
8- (d) Lora= vkSj fu"i{k fuokZpuksa ds lEiknu esa Hkkjrh; fuokZpu vk;ksx dh
Hkwfedk dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 30
([k) Hkkjr esa ernku O;ogkj ds cnyrs Lo:i dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
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(a) Make an assessment of the role of the Election Commission


of India in the conduct of free and fair elections. 30
(b) Examine the changing pattern of electoral behaviour in India.
30
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question in indicated at the end of the question.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd 200 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) ;k vkradokn fot; izkIr djrk gS] ;k lH;rk fot; izkIr djrh gSA
mijksDr dFku ij fVIi.kh dhft,A 20
([k) ^uo lkekftd vkanksyu (,u-,l-,e-) D;k gS\ fodkl'khy ns'kksa esa ,u-
,l-,e- dh eq[; pqukSfr;ksa dks Li"V dhft,A 8$1220
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(x) ledkyhu oS'ohdj.k dh izfr vkSj xfrdh dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 20


Answer the following in about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Either terrorism triumphs or civilization triumphs.
Comment on the above statement. 20
(b) What is New Social Movement (NSM)? Explain the main
challenges of the NSM in the developing countries.
8 + 12 = 20
(c) Examine the nature and dynamics of contemporary
globalization. 20
2- (d) jk"Vh; lqj{kk dk loZlekos'kh mikxe D;k gS\ 20
([k) D;k vki bl ckr ls lger gSa fd ^jk"Vh; lqj{kk* dh ladYiuk ds
vfr&foLrkj.k us mldks vis{kkr ,d vfkd vkdkjghu ladYiuk cuk
fn;k gS\ ppkZ dhft,A 40
(a) What is comprehensive approach to national security? 20
(b) Do you agree with the view that over-widening of the concept
of national security has made it a more amorphous concept?
Discuss. 40
3- (d) jktuhfrd fo'ys"k.k ds lajpukRed&izdk;kZRed mikxe dk Qksdl
;Fkkiw.kZ&fLFkfrrk ij vfkd vkSj ifjorZu ij vis{kkr de jgk djrk
gSA lqLi"V dhft,A 15
([k) varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa esa ra= mikxe ds mi;ksxksa dks Li"V dhft, vkSj dSiyu ds
ra= fo'ys"k.k dh izkalfxdrk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(a) Structural-functional approach to political analysis focuses
more on status quoism, and less on change. Elucidate. 30
(b) Expplain the uses of systems approach in international
relations and examine the relevance of Kaplan's system
analysis. 10 + 20 = 30
4- (d) la;qDr jk"V }kjk 'khr&;qkskj vofk ds nkSjku varjkZ"Vh; O;oLFkk cuk,
j[kus ds iz;kl fdl lhek rd lQy jgs gSa\ 30
([k) la;qDr jk"V lqj{kk ifj"kn ds lqkkj esa D;k&D;k izeq[k ckkk,a gSa\ 30
(a) How far the efforts to maintain international order in the
post-Cold War period by the UN have been successful? 30
(b) What are the major impediments to UN Security Council
reform? 30
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[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) flfoy&ukfHkdh; lg;ksx ij Hkkjr vkSj ;w-,l- ds chp 123 djkj dks
Lo:i iznku djus esa laln dh Hkwfedk Li"V dhft,A
([k) Hkkjr us usiky vkSj vU; iM+kslh jkT;ksa ds lkFk ty&foHkktu dh ftl izdkj
dh lafk ij gLrk{kj fd, gSa] D;k vkids fopkj esa Hkkjr dks cziq= unh ds
ty&foHkktu ij phu ds lkFk Hkh mlh ds leku lafk ij gLrk{kj djus
pkfg,\
(x) tcfd Hkkjr izlkjfujksk lafk (,u-ih-Vh-) dk Hksnewyd gksus ds ukrs
fojksk djrk gS] og O;kid ijh{k.k izfrcak lafk (lh-Vh-ch-Vh-) dk
fu"izHkkfork ds vkkkj ij fojksk djrk gSA fVIi.kh dhft,A
Answer the following in about 200 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Explain the role of the Parliament in the shaping of 123
Agreement between India and the US on Civil-nuclear
Cooperation.
(b) Do you think that India should sign a treaty with China on
water-sharing of Brahmaputra River, similar to what she did
with Nepal and other neighboring states?
(c) While India opposes NPT as discriminatory, it opposes
CTBT on the ground of ineffectiveness. Comment.
6- fuEufyf[kr dFkuksa dks Li"V dhft, vkSj muds fufgrkFkks dh O;k[;k dhft,%
30$3060
(d) Hkkjr dh fuxqZVrk dh ufr vkn'kZoknh vkSj ;FkkFkZoknh nksuksa gh x.kukvksa ij
vkkkfjr FkhA
([k) 'khr ;qkskj&dky esa Hkkjr dh uhfr O;kogkfjdrk vkSj cqfekuh dh vksj
>qdh gqbZ gSA
Explain the following statements and elucidate their
implications: 30 + 30 = 60
(a) India's policy of non-alignment was based on both idealist
and realist calculations.
(b) India's policy in post-Cold War era is tilted towards
pragmatism and wisdom.
7- (d) Hkkjr dh ^iwoZ dh vksj ns[kks uhfr* dh izeq[k =qfV;ksa dks Li"V dhft,A
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,f'k;k&iz'kkar esa mPp&rduhd 'kfDr ds :i esa phu ds vkfoHkkZo dks


ns[krs gq,] D;k bl uhfr dk lQyrkiwoZd lapkyu vkSj dk;kZUo;u lEHko
gS\ 20$1030
([k) dsah; ,f'k;kbZ jkT;ksa ds lkFk Hkkjr dh ^lajpukRed lkefjd Hkkxhnkjh ds
lacak esa cgqi{kh;rk fdl lhek rd ,d okLrfodrk gS\ 30
(a) Explain the major flaws in India's Look East Policy Is it
possible to steer and implement the policy successfully in
views of China's emergence as a high-tech power in Asia-
Pacific? 20 + 10 = 30
(b) To what extent is multi-lateralism a reality with regard to
India's constructive strategic partnership with Central Asian
states? 30
8- (d) 1990 ds n'kd ds mkjkZ ls Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr ij xBcaku jktuhfr ds
izHkko dks Li"V dhft,A 30
([k) nf{k.k ,f'k;k esa u`tkrh;rk vkSj jk"V&fuekZ.k ds fufgrkFkks ij vkSj nf{k.k
,f'k;k ds Hkhrj ds jkT;ksa ds lacakksa ij muds izHkko ij ppkZ dhft,A 30
(a) Explain the impact of coalition politics on India's Foreign
Policy since late 1990's. 30
(b) Discuss the implications of ethnicity and nation-building in
South Asia, and their impact in the relations of states within
South Asia. 30
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2012
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
;g vko';d gS fd tc Hkh fdlh iz'u dk mkj ns jgs gksa] rc ml iz'u ds lHkh
Hkkxksa@mi&Hkkxksa ds mkj lekIr gks tk,aA bl ckr dk dM+kbZ ls vuqlj.k dhft,A
mkj&iqfLrdk esa [kkyh NksM+s gq, i`"Bksa dks L;kgh ls Li"V :i ls dkV nsaA [kkyh NwVs gq,
iz'uksa ds ckn fy[ks gq, mkjksa ds vad u fn, tk,a] ,slk gks ldrk gSA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.
Important: Whenever a question is being attempted, all its partssub-parts must
be attempted continuously. This means that before moving on to the next question
to be attempted, candidates must finish attempting all partssub-parts of the
previous question attempted. This is to be strictly followed.
Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck out in ink. Any answers
that follow pages left blank may not be given credit.
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[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa eas
gks% 12560
(d) jktuhfr dh ekudh; vkSj vkuqHkkfod fFk;ksfjd;ksa ds chp varjA
([k) volj dh lekurk vkSj ifj.kke dh lekurk ds chp varjA
(x) ukjh&vfkdkjokn ds mnkjoknh vkSj dV~Vjrkoknh :iksa ds chp varjA
(?k) gUuk vkjsaV dh ^jktuhfrd* dh ladYiukA
() ledkyhu yksdrkaf=d fFk;ksjh esa okn&fookn ds eqsA
Comment on the following in approximately 150 words each:
20 3 = 60
(a) Difference between normative and empirical theories of
politics.
(b) Difference between equality of opportunity and equality of
outcome.
(c) Difference between Liberal and Radical forms of Feminism.
(d) Hannah Arendt's conception of the 'political'.
(e) Issues of debate in contemporary democratic theory.
2- (d) ekDlZoknh fo'ys"k.k esa jkT; dh ^lkis{k Lok;krk* dk D;k rkRi;Z gS\ 20
([k) ,e-,u- jkW; dh fopkjkkjk ds ekDlZoknh vkSj dV~Vj ekuorkoknh izkoLFkkvksa
(Qstksa) ij fVIi.kh dhft,A 15
(x) vfkdkjksa ij cgq&lkaLfrd ifjn`';ksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 25
(a) What is meant by 'relative autonomy' of State in Marxist
analysis? 20
(b) comment on the Marxist and Radical Humanist phases of
M.N. Roy's thought. 15
(c) Examine the multi-cultural perspectives on rights. 25
3- (d) ^ykWd iw.kZ:is.k ,d O;fDroknh gSA* bl dFku dh iqf"V dhft,A 20
([k) oSkrk vkSj vkfkiR; dh ladYiukvksa ds chp foHksnu dhft,A 20
(x) leku volj dh O;oLFkk djus esa] ^iqf"Vdkjh (,QesZfVo) dkjZokbZ* D;ksa
egRoiw.kZ gS\ 20
(a) 'Locke is an individualist out and out.' Substantiate this
statement. 20
(b) Distinguish between the concepts of legitimacy and
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hegemony. 20
(c) Why is 'affirmative action' important in provision of equal
opportunity? 20
4- (d) Lo&'kklu dh ,d vkn'kZ bdkbZ ds :i esa] xzke&leqnk; ds xkakhoknh
fopkj dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) vFkZ'kkL=] ijEijk vkSj eSfd;kosyh }kjk fu:fir ^;FkkFkZoknh* ijEijk ds
chp ds leku fcanqvksa dks mtkxj dhft,A 20
(x) Hkkjrh; jktuhfrd fparu esa] cqoknh ijEijk ij ,d fVIi.kh fyf[k,A 20
(a) Examine the Gandhian idea of village community an an ideal
unit of self-governance. 20
(b) Draw parallels between Arthashastra tradition and the
'Realist' tradition represented by Machiavelli. 20
(c) Write a note on the Buddhist tradition in Indian political
thought. 20

[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa
gks% 12560
(d) vkSifuosf'kd 'kklu esa uSfrd izfrjksk ds :i esa lR;kxzg dh izHkkoksRikndrkA
([k) U;kf;d lf;rk vkSj lkekftd ifjorZuA
(x) Hkkjr esa jk"Vh; efgyk vk;ksx dh HkwfedkA
(?k) Hkkjr esa u, jkT;ksa ds fuekZ.k dh ekaxsaA
() Hkkjr ds lafokku dh vkkkfjd lajpuk dk flkarA
Comment on the following in approximately 150 words each:
20 3 = 60
(a) Efficacy of Satyagraha as moral resistance to colonial rule.
(b) Judicial activism and social change.
(c) Role of National Commission for Women in India.
(d) Demands for the creation of new States in India.
(e) Doctrine of Basic Structure of the Indian Constitution.
6- (d) foospuk dhft, fd Hkkjr dk lafokku fdl lhek rd oSdfYid ifjizs{;ksa
ds lQy lkeatL; dks izfrfcafcr djrk gSA 30
([k) mnkjhdj.k ,oa oS'ohdj.k ds dky esa funs'kd flkarksa dh izkalfxdrk dk
ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
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(a) Discuss the extent to which the Indian Constitution reflects


successful reconciliation of alternative perspectives. 30
(b) Examine the relevance of Directive Principles in the era of
liberalization and globalization. 30
7- (d) Hkkjr ds jktuhfrd ra= ij xBcaku&jktuhfr ds izHkko dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
30
([k) kkj.kh; f"k fodkl ds fy, ,d j.kuhfr ds :i esa gfjr kafr dk
lekykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
(a) Examine the impact of coalition-politics on Indian political
system. 30
(b) Critically examine Green Revolution as a strategy for
sustainable agricultural development. 30
8- (d) Hkkjr esa varjkZT; fooknksa dks lqy>kus ds fy, miyCk ;kf=dRoksa dh
izHkkoksRikndrk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 30
([k) gky ds o"kks esa ljdkjh uhfr;ksa ij i;kZoj.koknh vkanksyuksa ds izHkko dk
foospu dhft,A 30
(a) Examine the efficacy of available mechanisms for resolving
inter-State disputes in India. 30
(b) Discuss the impact of environmentalist movements on
government policies in recent years. 30
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
izR;sd iz'u fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nik gSA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k mkj&iqLrd ds eq[k i`"B ij vafdr fun"V
LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izos'k&i= ij mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh
ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSaA ckdh iz'uksa esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u ds fy, fu;r vad iz'u ds var esa fn, x, gSaA
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;g vko';d gS fd tc Hkh fdlh iz'u dk mkj ns jgs gksa] rc ml iz'u ds lHkh


Hkkxksa@mi&Hkkxksa ds mkj lekIr gks tk,aA bl ckr dk dM+kbZ ls vuqlj.k dhft,A
mkj&iqfLrdk esa [kkyh NksM+s gq, i`"Bksa dks L;kgh ls Li"V :i ls dkV nsaA [kkyh NwVs gq,
iz'uksa ds ckn fy[ks gq, mkjksa ds vad u fn, tk,a] ,slk gks ldrk gSA
INSTRUCTIONS
Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued
to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space
provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a
medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.
Important: Whenever a question is being attempted, all its partssub-parts must
be attempted continuously. This means that before moving on to the next question
to be attempted, candidates must finish attempting all partssub-parts of the
previous question attempted. This is to be strictly followed.
Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck out in ink. Any answers
that follow pages left blank may not be given credit.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd 150 'kCnksa esa gks% 12560
(d) vU;kU;&oSf'od vUos"k.k ds ize ds ek;e ls jktuhfrd ifj?kVukvksa
dk ijh{k.k djuk rqyukRed jktuhfr dk ewy izdk;Z cu pqdk gSA ppkZ
dhft,A
([k) izfrfufkRo ds fy, la?k"kZ us vkS|ksfxd lektksa esa fdl izdkj yksdra= ds
Lrj ,oa xq.krk esa o`f dh Fkh\
(x) D;k vki lger gSa fd mnkjoknh varjkZ"Vh; fFk;ksfj;ka vko';d :i ls
^;wdksdsafd* gSa vkSj ;g vko';d ugha gS fd os lkezkT;oknh gksa\
(?k) fodkl'khy ns'kksa ds uhfr fuekZ.k ize esa cgq&jk"Vh; fuxeksa dh c<+rh gqbZ
Hkwfedk dh leh{kk dhft,A
() ^'kfDr&larqyu* ds orZeku ifj:i esa D;k dkj.k gS fd ^'kfDr dh kzqoh;rk*
LFkkiuk de izklafxd vkSj vFkZiw.kZ gS\
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Comment on the following in approximately 150 words each:


20 3 = 60
(a) Examining political phenomena through a process of cross-
global investigation has become the fundamental function
of Comparative Politics. Discuss.
(b) How did the struggle for representation increase the level
and quality of democracy in the industrial societies?
(c) Do you agree that liberal international theories are essentially
Eurocentric and not necessarily imperialsit?
(d) Review the increasing role of Multi-National Corporations
in the policy-making process of developing countries.
(e) Why is the polarity of power thesis less relevant and
meaningful in the present architecture of 'balance of power'?
2- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) ^Dykfldh* vkSj ^vkkqfud* ;FkkFkZoknh ds chp dkSu&dkSu ls egku
okn&fookn gSa\ D;k bu nks ijEijkvksa ds chp lkrR; dh dksbZ eghu js[kk
Hkh gS\
([k) D;k ijkfJrrk fFk;ksjh dk ifjizs{; vhdk vkSj ykrhuh vesfjdk esa ?kfVr
gks jgs eq[;kkjk fodkl ize dh izfr ij ,d l'kDr izR;kykspuk izLrqr
djrk gS\
(x) D;k ^vkradokn* vko';d :i ls ,d ^lfojksk* ladYiuk gS\ ,d ladYiuk
ds :i esa] vkSj O;ogkj ds :i esa] ^vkradokn* dh D;k&D;k fofHkUu
vfHkO;fDr;ksa gSa\
Answer the following in about 250 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) What are the great debates between classical and modern
realists? Is there any thin line of continuity between these
two traditions?
(b) Does the perspective of Dependency Theory offer a robust
critique on the nature of mainstream development process
taking place in Africa and Latin America?
(c) In terrorism an essentially contested concept? What are
the different manifestations of terrorism as a concept, and
as practice?
3- (d) fiNys nks n'kdksa esa Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr dks D;k eq[; pqukSfr;ka jgh gS\
a D;k
;s vko';d :i ls ?kjsyw jktuhfr ;k ^j.kuhfrd* eqksa ds izfr ^ljksdkj* gS\ a
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([k) ^jk"Vh; lqj{kk izksfDr;ksa* ds D;k&D;k ?kVd gksrs gSa\ vkbZ-vkj- ukjh
vfkdkjokfn;ksa us fdl lhek rd bl ckr ij iz'u mBk, gSa fd ^lqj{kk* dks
fdl izdkj ls leL;kiw.kZ cuk fn;k x;k gS\
(x) fodkl'khy ns'kksa dh ncko dh jktuhfr esa vizfrekfur (,uksfed) vkSj
lkgp;kZRed (vlksfl,'kuy) fgr lewgksa dh izfr vkSj izHksn dk ewY;kadu
dhft,A
(?k) vkkqfud rqyukRed jktuhfr dh ikj&'kkL=h; izfr dks lfoLrkj Li"V
dhft, vkSj bl lk{; dks izkIr djus esa jktuhfrd lekt'kkfL=;ksa ds
;ksxnkuksa dh igpku dhft,A
(a) What have been the main challenges to India's foreign policy
in the last two decades? Are these essentially concerns with
domestic politics or strategic issues?
(b) What constitutes national security discourses? How far have
the IR Feminists questioned how security has been
problematised?
(c) Evaluate the nature and distinction of anomic and
associational interest groups in the pressure politics of
developing countries.
(d) Elucidate the transdisciplinary nature of modern comparative
politics and identify the contributions of political sociologists
towards this goal.
4- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) 2004&05 ds la;qDr jkT; ds lqkkj iz;klksa us fdl lhek rd varjkZ"Vh;
fofk ds ,e ewy flkar ds :i esa ^izHkqrk* dh ladYiuk dks :ikarfjr dj
fn;k gS\ D;k vkids fopkj esa la;qDr jkT; lqkkj izksfDr ledkyhu izHkqrk
vkSj oSf'od 'kklu ds ^tSo&jktuhfrd iquizksZxzkeu* dks fu:fir djrh gS\
([k) vki ^ijek.kq Hk;kojksk* ds Hkfo"; dks fdl izdkj Li"V djsaxs\ D;k
vkids fopkj esa ^fuokjd ;q* ijek.kq Hk;kojksk ds fy, ,d cf<+;k
izfrLFkkfud gS\
(x) vkkqfud jktuhfrd ikV;ksa dh lajpukRed lao`f esa lSkafrd ,oa uhfrxr
i{kksa ds egRo dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
Answer the following in about 250 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) How far have the UN reform efforts of 2004-05, transformed
the concept of Sovereignty as a fundamental principle of
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International Law? Do you think that UN reform discourse


represents a biopolitical reprogramming of contemporary
sovereignty and global governance?
(b) How would you explain the future of Nuclear Deterrence?
Do you think that preventitive war is a good substitute for
Nuclear Deterrence?
(c) Examine the significance of ideological and policy aspects
in the structural growth of modern political parties.
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks% 12560
(d) nf{k.kh ,f'k;k esa voSk lhek&ikj izolu ds eq dks] vkSj izknsf'kd eSf=;ksa
vkSj f}i{kh; lacakksa ij mlds izHkko dks lksnkgj.k Li"V dhft,A
([k) ekuo vfkdkj] vfkdkjksa dh r`rh; ih<+h esa vkrs gSaA oS'ohr dky esa]
ekuo vfkdkjksa ds ijkl vkSj tfVy foLrkj dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A
(x) phu ds tkiku ds lkFk lacakksa esa f[kldko ds chp D;k dksbZ vuqcaku gS\
(?k) Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr ds mu vR;ko';d rRoksa ij fVIi.kh dhft,] ftudh
fgan egklkxj izns'k esa tkZ ,oa lqj{kk dks lqjf{kr djus ds fy, vko';drk
gSA
() D;k ;g fu"d"kZ fudkyuk lgh gksxk fd ^vjc LVhV* kafr;ksa us if'pe
,f'k;kbZ ns'kksa esa jktuhfrd 'kfDr ifjn`'; dks ewyHkwr :i ls ifjorr dj
fn;k gS\
Answer the following in about 150 words each: 12 5 = 60
(a) Illustrate the issue of illegal cross-border migration in South
Asia and its impart on regional alliances and bilateral
relations.
(b) Human Rights constitute the Third Generation of Rights.
Analyse the range and complex dimension of Human Rights
in the globalised era.
(c) Is there any linkage between a shift in China's relations with
Japan to a perceived shift in her relations with India? Examine
in the light of China's so-called anti-encirclement struggle.
(d) Comment on the essential elements of India's foreign policy
that are required to secure energy and security in the Indian
Ocean region.
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(e) Is it correct to conclude that the Arab Street revolutions


have radically altered the political power scenario of the West
Asian countries?
6- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) vki ledkyhu lalkjksa dk ^mkj@nf{k.k* vkSj ^fodflr@fodkl'khy* dh
Hkk"kkvksa ls vkxs fudky dj fdl izdkj o.kZu djsaxs\ D;k orZeku :ikarj.k
?kjsyw etcwfj;ksa ds] ;k oSf'od vFkZO;oLFkk ds ck lexz ladV ds] }kjk
lapkfyr gS\
([k) D;k 'kfDr varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa esa ,d 'kwU;&;ksx ;k ifjorhZ [ksy gS\ D;k
'kwU;&;ksx [ksy varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa dh orZeku xfrdh ds }a} vkSj lg;ksx ds
feJ.k dks le>k ldrk gS\
(x) Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr ds izcyu esa fons'k ea=ky; esa lkoZtfud dwVuhfr
izHkkx dks LFkkfir djus dh xqatkb'k ,oa egRo dk vkdyu dhft,A
Answer the following in about 250 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) How would you describe the contemporary worlds beyond
the languages of NorthSouth and
DevelopedDeveloping? Is the present transformation
driven by domestic compulsions, or external overall crisis
of the global economy?
(b) Is power a zero-sum or variable game in international
relations? Can zero-sum game explain the mixture of conflict
and cooperation of the present dynamics of international
relations?
(c) Assess the scope and importance of setting up the Public
Diplomacy Division in the Ministry of External Affairs in
strengthening India's Foreign Policy.
7- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks% 15460
(d) eSfDldksa ls ;w-,l-,- vkSj dukMk dks voSk 'kklu dks izfrcafkr djus dk
iz;kl ^ukVk* ds ek;e ls ;w-,l-,- ds fy, ,d izeq[k ykHk gqvk gSA
fVIi.kh dhft,A
([k) oS'ohr dky esa] i;kZoj.kh; fuEuhdj.k vkSj uo&dkiksZjsVokn ds chp dh
lgyXurkvksa ij izdk'k Mkfy,A
(x) jk"V vkSj jkT; dk;Zr% lekukFkhZ gks x, gSaA lfoLrkj Li"V dhft,A
(?k) lEHkkO;rkvksa ds gksus ds ckotwn] Hkkjr dh ^iwoZ dh vksj ns[kks uhfr* dks
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c`gr ekxZ la'kksku dh vko';drk gSA ppkZ dhft,A


Answer the following in about 150 words each: 15 4 = 60
(a) The effort is restricting illegal migration from Mexico to
USA and Canada has been one major gain for the United
States through NAFTA. Comment.
(b) Bring out linkages between environmental degradation and
neo-corporatism in the globalised era.
(c) Nations and States have become virtually synonymous.
Elucidate.
(d) Despite the potentialities, India's Look East Policy requires
a major course correction. Discuss.
8- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks% 20360
(d) D;k vkids fopkj esa] ukfHkdh; eqs ij ^uke* esa bZjku dh ^fot;* xqV&fujis{k
vkanksyu dh izklafxdrk ij ,d u, okn&fookn dks tUe ns fn;k gS\
([k) fl;kfpu Xysf'k;j }a} ds jktuhfrd vkSj i;kZoj.kh; lanHkZ D;k gSa\ bl i{k
ij ikfdLrku ds lkFk lqy>kbZ tk jgha i;kZoj.kh; 'kkafr&vuqj{kh vkSj
lg;ksfxd O;oLFkkvksa ij fVIi.kh dhft,A
(x) vkkqfud varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr esa ^lqj{kk* vkSj ^Lora=rk* ds chp larqyu ds
fopkj dk ijh{k.k dhft,A D;k vkids fopkj esa mnkjoknh varjkZ"Vh;
O;oLFkk vis{kkr vfkd ^lqj{kk&fgrS"kh* gS\
Answer the following in about 250 words each: 20 3 = 60
(a) Do you think that Iran's victory in the NAM on the nuclear
issue has brought in a new debate on the relevance of the
Non-Aligned Movement?
(b) What are the political and environmental contexts of the
Siachen Glacier conflict? Comment on the possibility of
environmental peace-keeping and collaborative arrangements
being worked out with Pakistan on this aspect.
(c) Examine the idea of a balance between security and
liberty in modern international politics. Do you think that
the liberal international order is more security-friendly?
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2013
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
i;k iz'uksa dk mkj nsus ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr izR;sd vuqns'k dks ;kuiwoZd i<+sa%
blesa vkB iz'u gSa tks nks [kaMksa esa foHkkftr gSa rFkk fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nis gSaA
ijh{kkFkhZ dks dqy ikap iz'uksa ds mkj nsus gSaA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSa rFkk ckdh esa ls izR;ds [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u@Hkkx ds vad mlds lkeus fn, x, gSaA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k iz'u&lg&mkj (D;w-lh-,-) iqfLrdk ds eq[k&i`"B
ij vafdr fun"V LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU;
fdlh ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'uksa esa 'kCn lhek] tgka fofun"V gSa] dk vuqlj.k fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
iz'uksa ds mkjksa dh x.kuk ekuqlkj dh tk,xhA ;fn dkVk ugha ugha gks] rks iz'u ds mkj dh
x.kuk dh tk,xh pkgs og mkj va'kr% fn;k x;k gksA mkj&iqfLrdk esa [kkyh NksMk+ gqvk
i`"B ;k mlds va'k dks Li"V :i ls dkVk tkuk pkfg,A
INSTRUCTIONS
Please read each of the following instructions carefully before attempting
questions:
There are Eight Questions divided in two Sections and printed both in Hindi and
in English.
Candidate has to attempt Five questions in all.
Questions No. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, Three are to be
attempted choosing at least One from each section.
The number of marks carried by a questionpart is indicated against it.
Answer must be written in the medium authorized in the Admission Certificate
which must be stated clearly on the cover of this question-cum-Answer (QCA)
Booklet in the space provided. No marks will be given for answers written in medium
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other than the authorized one.


Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to.
Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off,
attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly, Any page or portion
of the page left blank in the answer book must be clearly struck off.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa eas gks%
10550
(d) oS;fDrd jktuhfrd gh gS 10
([k) ewyHkwr fLFkfr 10
(x) fcuk ryokj ek= izlafonk,a dksjs 'kCn gSa] ftuesa fdlh dks lqj{kk nsus dh
'kfDr ugha gksrh (gkWCl) 10
(?k) Jh vjfcUn dk Lora=rk fo"k;d fopkj 10
() vkkqfudhdrkZ ds :i esa lS;n vgen [kku 10
Comment on the following in approximately 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Personal is political 10
(b) Original position 10
(c) Covenants without swords are but words and of no strength
to secure a man at all (Hobbes) 10
(d) Sri Aurobindo's idea of freedom 10
(e) Syed Ahmed Khan as a modernizar 10
2- (d) mnkjrkokn dh leqnk;oknh leh{kk dk foospu dhft,A 20
([k) vEcsMdj r ekDlZokn dh leh{kk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) xzkelh ds vuqlkj] vkfkiR; (izkkkU;) ,oa izHkqRo ds chp dk varj Li"V
dhft,A 15
(a) Discuss the communitarian critique of liberalism. 20
(b) Examine, Ambedkar's critique of Marxism. 15
(c) Explain, as per Gramsci, the distinction between hegemony
and domination. 15
3- (d) izkfrd vfkdkjksa vkSj ekuoh; vfkdkjksa ds chp lacak dk fo'ys"k.k
dhft,A 20
([k) izkphu Hkkjrh; jktuhfrd fopkjkkjk esa izfrikfnr ^keZ* ds egRo dk
ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
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(x) ekDlZ ds vuqlkj jkT; dks fdl :i esa HkkSfrdoknh ekuk tk ldrk gS\
ppkZ dhft,A 15
(a) Analyse the relationship between natural rights and human
rights. 20
(b) Examine the significance of Dharma in ancient Indian
political thought. 15
(c) Discuss in what sense Marx's understanding of state can be
considered as materialistic. 15
4- (d) ewY;ijd cgqyokn lacakh cyu dh vokkj.kk dh O;k[;k dhft,A 20
([k) jkT; esa dkSfVY; ds lIrkax flkar dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A 15
(x) ykLysV ds n`<+&dFku] fd gkWCl ugha] vfirq fQYej] ykWd dk eq[; fojkskh
Fkk] ij fVIi.kh dhft,A 15
(a) Explain Berlin's notion of value pluralism. 20
(b) Analyse, as per Kautilya, the Saptanga theory of the state.
15
(c) Comment on the assertion of Laslett that Filmer and not
Hobbes was the main antagonist of Locke. 15
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ij fVIif.k;ka fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks%
10550
(d) Hkkjr ds Lora=rk vkanksyu ds fo"k; esa ekDlZoknh kkj.kk 10
([k) msf'kdk dk egRo 10
(x) Hkkjrh; laln dk kl 10
(?k) fodkl dk xkakhoknh ifjizs{; vkSj mldh lelkef;d izklafxdrk 10
() fpidks vkanksyu rFkk ueZnk cpkvks vkanksyu dh ikjLifjd rqyuk vkSj
varj 10
Comment on the following in approximately 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Marxist understanding of India's freedom movement 10
(b) Significance of the Preamble 10
(c) Decline of Indian Parliament 10
(d) Gandhian perspective of development and its contemporary
relevance. 10
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(e) Compare and contrast Chipko Movement with Narmada


Bachao Andolan. 10
6- (d) Hkkjr esa gky ds le; dh u`tkrh; jktuhfr dh ifj?kVuk dh O;k[;k
dhft,A 20
([k) Hkkjrh; lafokku ds vuqPNsn 32 ds egRo dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A 15
(x) Hkkjrh; lafokku ds vafre fuoZpd ds :i esa loksZPp U;k;ky; dh Hkwfedk
dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(a) Explain the phenomenon of ethnic politics in India in recent
times. 20
(b) Analyse the significance of Article 32 of the Indian
Constitution. 15
(c) Examine the role of Supreme Court as the final interpreter
of the Indian Constitution. 15
7- (d) lgdkjh la?kokn ls gh ;|fi izcy dsah; vFkok lkekU; ljdkj dk tUe
gksrk gS] rFkkfi vfuok;Zr% blds QyLo:i izk;% dsa h; uhfr;ksa dh iz'kklfud
vfHkdj.k cu tkus okyh nqcZy izkarh; ljdkjsa mRiUu ugha gksrhaA Hkkjrh;
la?kokn ls ;gh izn'kr gqvkA (xzkufoy vkWfLVu)
mi;qZDr oDrO; ds izdk'k esa Hkkjrh; la?kokn dh vf}rh;rk dk ijh{k.k
dhft,A 20
([k) Hkkjrh; jktuhfr esa izfreku :i eas ,dnyh; izHkqRo (MCY;w-,p-
ekSfjl&tksUl) dh vokkj.kk vkt fdl lhek rd izklafxd gS\ O;k[;k
dhft,A 15
(x) Hkkjr esa feyh&tqyh (xBcaku) ljdkj ds izkkuea=h dh fLFkfr dk fo'ys"k.k
dhft,A 15
(a) Cooperative federalism produces a strong central, or general
government, yet it does not necessarily result in weak
provincial governments that are largely administrative
agencies for central policies. Indian federation has
demonstrated this. (Granville Austin)
Examine the uniqueness of Indian federalism in the light of
the above statement. 20
(b) Explain to what extent the concept of one-party dominance
(W.H. Morris-Jones) model is relevant in Indian politics
today. 15
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(c) Analyse the position of the Prime Minister of India in a


coalition regime. 15
8- (d) ekSfyd vfkdkjksa ds lanHkZ esa vuqPNsn 368 ds foLrkj&{ks= dks le>us dh
n`f"V ls loksZPp U;k;ky; ds ^xksydukFk* ,oa ^ds'kokuUn Hkkjrh* fo"k;d
fu.kZ;ksa ds egRo dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) Hkkjr esa ukjh vkanksyu ds flyflys esa ^lerk dh vksj (1974)* uked
ifji= ds ,sfrgkfld egRo dks js[kkafdr djrs gq, ml ij fVIi.kh dhft,A
15
(x) 73oas lafokku la'kksku vfkfu;e ds fo'ks"k lanHkZ esa iapk;rh jkt laLFkkvksa
dh ifjorZu'khy lajpuk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(a) Examine the significance of the verdicts of the Supreme
Court in the Golaknath and Keshavananda Bharati cases for
an understanding of the scope of Article 368 in regard to
Fundamental Rights. 20
(b) Point out and comment on the historic importance of the
document Towards Equality (1974), for women's
movement in India. 15
(c) Examine the changing structure of Panchayati Raj institutions
with special reference to the 73rd Constitution Amendment
Act. 15
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
iz'uksa ds mkj nsus ls igys fuEufyf[kr izR;sd vuqns'k dks ;kuiwoZd i<as+A
dqy vkB (8) iz'u nks [kaMksa esa foHkDr fd, x, gSa rFkk og fgUnh ,oa vaxzsth nksuksa Hkk"kkvksa
esa Nis gq, gSaA
ijh{kkFkhZ dks dqy ikap iz'uksa ds mkj nsus gSaA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSa rFkk ckdh esa ls izR;ds [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u@Hkkx ds vad iz'u ds var esa lwfpr gSaA
izos'k&i= esa izkfkr ek;e esa mkj fy[kuk vko';d gS rFkk ;g D;w-lh-,- (Question-
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cum-Answer) iqfLrdk esa fun"V txg ij mYys[k djuk vko';d gSA izkfkr ek;e
ds vykok vU; ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkjksa dks vad ugha fn, tk,axsA
iz'uksa ds mkj fun"V fd, x, 'kCn la[;k ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
iz'uksa ds mkj fun"V fd, x, 'kCn la[;k ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
iz'uksa ds mkj fed foU;kl esa fxus tk,axsA ugha dkVs x, iz'u ds mkj dks Hkh fxurh esa
fy;k tk,xkA ;|fi mlds mkj vkaf'kd :i eas fn, x, gksa mkj&iqfLrdk esa dksbZ iUuk ;k
iUuk ds va'k vxj [kkyh gSa rks mls@mUgsa Li"V :i ls dkV nsuk t:jh gSA
INSTRUCTIONS
Please read each of the following instructions carefully before attempting
questions:
There are Eight Questions divided in two Sections and printed both in Hindi and
in English.
Candidate has to attempt Five questions in all.
Questions No. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, Three are to be
attempted choosing at least One from each section.
The number of marks carried by a questionpart is indicated against it.
Answer must be written in the medium authorized in the Admission Certificate
which must be stated clearly on the cover of this question-cum-Answer (QCA)
Booklet in the space provided. No marks will be given for answers written in medium
other than the authorized one.
Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to.
Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off,
attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly, Any page or portion
of the page left blank in the answer book must be clearly struck off.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd 150 'kCnksa esa gks% 10550
(d) Hkkjrh; fons'k uhfr esa ifjorZu ds rRoksa dk ifjp; nhft,A 10
([k) ^fo'o O;kikj laxBu* (MCY;w-Vh-vks-) dh okkkZvksa esa Hkkjro"kZ dh Hkwfedk
ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 10
(x) Hkkjr&tkiku lacakksa dh gky dh xfrfofk;ksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 10
(?k) lqj{kk ifj"kn dh LFkk;h lnL;rk ds fy, Hkkjr dh ekax ds fo# dh tkus
okyh vkifk;ksa dk o.kZu dhft,A 10
() Hkkjr dk ukfHkdh; er D;k ,d O;ogk;Z flkar gS\ 10
Mains GS Question Bank 73

Answer the following questions in about 150 words each:


10 5 = 50
(a) Identify the elements of change in India's foreign policy.
10
(b) Sketch the leadership role of India in WTO negotiations.
10
(c) Examine the recent development in India-Japan relationship.
10
(d) Bring out the objectives of India seeking permanent seat in
Security Council. 10
(e) Is India's Nuclear doctrine a viable one? 10
2- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gks%
20$15$1550
(d) fodflr vkS|ksfxd lektksa vkSj fodkl'khy lektksa ds lkekftd vkanksyuksa
dh rqyuk djrs gq, muds chp ds varj dks Li"V dhft,A 20
([k) fo'o&jktuhfr ds {ks=h;dj.k ds dkj.kksa ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 15
(x) fo'o ds i;kZo.kd ljksdkjksa ds fo"k; esa Hkkjr vkSj phu dh n`f"V;ksa dh
rqyuk djrs gq, muds chp ds varj dks Li"V dhft,A 15
Answer the following questions in about 200 words each:
20+15+15=50
(a) Compare and contrast social movements is advanced
industrial and developing societies. 20
(b) Give reasons for Regionalisation of world politics. 15
(c) Compare and contrast Sino-India approaches to global
Environmental concerns. 15
3- fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gksa%
20$15$1550
(d) ukfHkdh; cgqiztrk ds lanHkZ esa ekudksa] fu"kskksa rFkk kekZuq;k;h leqnk;ksa dh
D;k Hkwfedk jgrh gS\ 20
([k) ,d {ks=h; vkFkd ,oa O;kikfjd O;oLFkk ds :i esa ,-ih-bZ-lh- dks izekf.kr
dhft,A 15
(x) 'khr;qkskj dky esa varjkZ"Vh; jktuSfrd vFkZO;oLFkk esa gq, eq[; ifjorZuksa
dk ifjp; nhft,A 15
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Answer the following questions in about 200 words each:


20+15+15=50
(a) What roles do norms, taboos and epistemic communities play
in the context of nuclear proliferation? 20
(b) Substantiate APEC as a regional economic and trade
arrangement. 15
(c) Identify the major changes in the International Political
economy in post Cold war period. 15
4- fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gksa%
20$15$1550
(d) jktuSfrd izf;k esa lkekftd vkanksyu dk mRFkku D;k tufiz; lksiku dk
lqHkkjEHk gS ;k izfrfufkd jktuhfrd dk kl\ ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) ^xqVfujis{krk 2-0* izys[k rRoksa ij izdk'k Mkfy,A 15
(x) oSf'od vFkZO;oLFkk esa fyax dh Hkwfedk vkSj mlds egRo dk ifjp;
nhft,A
Answer the following questions in about 200 words each:
20+15+15=50
(a) Is the rise of social movement a sign of opening up of popular
space in political process or decline of representative politics?
Examine. 20
(b) Highlight the major features of Non-alignment 2.0 document.
15
(c) Identify the role and place of Gender in the global economy.
15
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks% 10550
(d) lksfo;r&ijorhZ fo'o esa vejhdh izHkqRo ds fo# pqukSfr;ksa dk o.kZu
dhft,A 10
([k) 'khr;qkskj dky esa ukfHkdh; cgqiztrk dh xfr fdl vksj ladsr dj jgh
gS\ 10
(x) ^fo'o jktuhfr dh dk;Zoyh esa fyaxU;k; ds LFkku dk foospu dhft,A
10
(?k) oSf'od lkekU;tu fo'o&lekt dk vax gS vr,o] fo'o dks gh mudh
fpark djuh iM+sxhA* fVIi.kh dhft,A 10
Mains GS Question Bank 75

() okf'kaxVu lokZuqefr ls ysdj orZeku ;qx rd oS'od vFkZO;oLFkk dh ;k=k


dk vadu dhft,A 10
Answer the following questions in about 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Identify the challenges to American hegemony in post Soviet
world. 10
(b) What does the pace of nuclear proliferation in post Cold
War suggest? 10
(c) State the place of Gender Justice in global political agenda.
10
(d) Global commons belong to global society and requires
global attention. Comment. 10
(e) Sketch the journey of global political economy from
Washington consensus to the present. 10
6- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gks%
20$15$1550
(d) jkT;dsaLFk fo'o&n`f"V ds izeq[k flkarksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 20
([k) ekDlZoknh n`f"V lelkef;d varjkZ"Vh; lacakksa dh O;k[;k fdl izdkj
djrh gS\ 15
(x) ^jk"Vh; fgr xfr'khy gksrs gSaA* mi;qDr mnkgj.k nsrs gq, lelkef;d
fo'o&jktuhfr esa jk"Vfgrksa dh xfr'khy izfr dk ifjp; nhft,A 15
Answer the following questions in about 200 words each:
20+15+15=50
(a) Examine major principles of State centric world views. 20
(b) How does Marxist approach explain contemporary
international relations? 15
(c) National Interests are Dynamic. Identify the dynamic nature
of National Interests in the contemporary world politics with
suitable examples. 15
7- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 200 'kCnksa esa gks%
20$15$1550
(d) ^Hkkjro"kZ ds fons'k&O;kikj dh vkFkd varoZLrq vfkdkfkd c<+ jgh gSA*
fiNys n'kd esa ?kfVr vkFkd jktuf;d xfrfofk;ksa }kjk mi;qZDr dFku dh
iqf"V dhft,A 20
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([k) ;FkkFkZokn ds iwoZorhZ cqfokn ij ,d fVIi.kh fyf[k,A 15


(x) ^'kkafr dk va'k nj va'k e'k% fuekZ.k* gh izdk;Zokn dk vkkkj gSA lfoLrkj
foospu dhft,A 15
Answer the following questions in about 200 words each:
20+15+15=50
(a) The economic content of India's foreign trade is increasingly
growing. Substantiate the statement with economic
diplomatic engagements of India in the last decade. 10
(b) Write a note on Intellectual prescursors of Realism. 15
(c) Building peace by pieces is the basis of functionalism.
Elabborate. 15
8- fuEufyf[kr ds mkj nhft,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 250 'kCnksa esa gks%
20$15$1550
(d) ^jk"Vikjh; lf; O;fDr oSf'od jktuhfr dh izsjd 'kfDr cu x, gSaA*
lfoLrkj foospu dhft,A 20
([k) ^U;wure jkT; oS;fDrd Lokra; dks lqfuf'pr djrk gSA* U;wure jkT; dh
ladYiuk dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) ^varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr ds varxZr 'kfDr;ksa ds izHkqRo dks cuk, j[kus ds fufek
lkewfgd lqj{kk ,oa lkewfgd izfrj{kk laLFkkxr ,oa jkT;ra= dk dke djrs
gSaA* foLr`r foospu dhft,A 15
Answer the following questions in about 250 words each:
20+15+15=50
(a) Transnational actors have become driving forces of global
politics. Elaborate. 20
(b) A minimal State ensures maximum of Individual Liberty.
Examine the concept of Minimal State. 15
(c) Collective Security and Collective Defence are the
institutional and State mechanisms to sustain the domination
of powers that be in Internationals politics. Elaborate. 15
Mains GS Question Bank 77

2014
iz'u&i=&I
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
mkj nsus ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr funsZ'kksa dks i;k lkokkuhiwoZd i<+sa%
nks [kaMksa esa vkB iz'u fn, x, gSa tks fgUnh ,oa vaxzsth esa Nis gSaA
mEehnokj dks dqy ikap iz'uksa ds mkj nsus gSaA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSa rFkk ckdh esa ls izR;ds [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
pqudj rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A
izR;sd iz'u@Hkkx ds fy, fu;r vad mlds lkeus fn, x, gSaA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh izkfkr ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg,] ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i=
esa fd;k x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k iz'u&lg&mkj (D;w-lh-,-) iqfLrdk
ds eq[k&i`"B ij fun"V LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A izkfkr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU;
fdlh ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feysaxsA
iz'uksa esa 'kCn lhek] tgka mfYyf[kr gS] dks ekuk tkuk pkfg,A
iz'uksa ds iz;klksa dh x.kuk ekuqlkj dh tk,xhA vkaf'kd :i ls fn, x, iz'uksa ds mkj
dks Hkh ekU;rk nh tk,xh ;fn mls dkVk u x;k gksA iz'u&lg&mkj iqfLrdk esa [kkyh NksMs+
x, dksbZ i`"B vFkok i`"B ds Hkkx dks iw.kZr% dkV nhft,A
INSTRUCTIONS
Please read each of the following instructions carefully before attempting
questions:
There are Eight Questions divided in two Sections and printed both in Hindi and
in English.
Candidate has to attempt Five questions in all.
Questions No. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, Three are to be
attempted choosing at least One question from each section.
The number of marks carried by a questionpart is indicated against it.
Answer must be written in the medium authorized in the Admission Certificate
which must be stated clearly on the cover of this question-cum-Answer (QCA)
Booklet in the space provided. No marks will be given for answers written in medium
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other than the authorized one.


Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to.
Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off,
attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly, Any page or portion
of the page left blank in the Question-cum-Answer Booklet must be clearly struck
off.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr izR;sd ij yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa fVIi.kh fyf[k,% 10550
(d) ---jktuhfr fFk;ksjh ,d iyk;u ra= ugha gS] vfirq ,d dfBu vkku gSA
(tkWu IySeusV~t) 10
([k) okn&fookn dk lHkh pqi djuk veks?krk (bu~QfS yfcfyVh) dk vfHkx`fgr
djuk gSA (ts-,l-fey) 10
(x) jk"Vokn dsoy ,d jktuhfrd izksxzke ugha gS] vfirq keZ dh rjg thou
dk ,d ekxZ gSA (vjfcUn ?kks"k) 10
(?k) Hkkjr us ,d rjg ls U;kf;d yksdra= dks ij mBk;k gS ftldk vU;=
dksbZ le:i ugha gS] rFkk ,d rjg ds ukxfjd lekt dk iks"k.k fd;k gS tks
fd vuU; :i ls bldk viuk gSA (Hkh[kw ikjs[k) 10
() 'kfDr dHkh Hkh ,d O;fDr dh lEifk ugha gksrh gS_ ;g ,d lewg ds ikl
gksrh gS vkSj rHkh rd vfLrRo esa jgrh gS tc rd lewg ,d lkFk cuk jgrk
gSA (gUuk vkWjsUV) 10
Comment on the following in about 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) ...political theory is not an escape mechanism but an arduous
calling. (John Plamanetz) 10
(b) All silencing of discussion is an assumption of infallibility.
(J.S. Mill) 10
(c) Nationalism is not a mere political programme but a way
of life like religion. (Aurobindo Ghose) 10
(d) India has thrown up a form of judicial democracy that has
no parallel anywhere else, and has nutured a kind of civil
society that is uniquely its own. (Bhikhu Parekh) 10
(e) Power is never the property of an individual; belongs to a
group and remains in existance only so long as the group
keeps together. (Hannah Arendt) 10
Mains GS Question Bank 79

2- (d) bl n`f"Vdks.k dh leh{kk dhft, fd gks ldrk gS fd 21oha lnh esa lektokn
dk iwathokn&fojksk ds :i esa iqutZUe gks tk;A 20
([k) vkkqfud lektksa esa oSkrk (fyftfVeslh) dks vuqjf{kr djus ds fy,
vko';d 'krks dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) Hkkjrh; jktuhfrd fpUru esa cqoknh ijEijk ds ;ksxnkuksa dk ewY;kadu
dhft,A 15
(a) Comment on the view that socialism in the 21st century may
be reborn as anti-capitalism. 20
(b) Examine the conditions that are required for the maintenance
of legitimacy in modern societies. 15
(c) Evaluate the contributions of Buddhist tradition to Indian
political thought. 15
3- (d) leqnk;oknh fopkjdksa dh leh{kkvksa esa U;k; dh ladYiuk dks Li"V dhft,A
20
([k) Qklhoknh rFkk ekDlZoknh fopkjkkjkvksa esa jkT; dh ladYiuk dk ijh{k.k
dhft,A 15
(x) fdl izdkj Lora=rk] lekurk ds fy, ,d iwoZ&'krZ gS\ lekurk vkSj
Lora=rk ds e; lacak dks Li"V dhft,A 15
(a) Explicate the conception of justice in the critiques of
communication theorists. 20
(b) Examine the conception of the State in the ideologies of
Fascism and Marxism. 15
(c) How is liberty a precondition for equality? Explicate the
relationship between equality and liberty. 15
4- (d) Li"V dhft, fd fdl izdkj eSfd;kfoyh }kjk ekuo&ekeyksa esa vkuqHkfod
iz.kkyh dk vuqiz;ksx jktuhfr foKku ds fodkl esa ,d egoiw.kZ pj.k dks
fpfr djrk gSA 20
([k) vjLrw ds jktuhfrd fpUru ds dsa esa mldh ^ikWfyfVDl* esa fofHkUu izdkjksa
ds jktuhfrd lafokkuksa dk oxhZdj.k gSA ewY;kadu dhft,A 15
(x) foe'khZ (fMfycjsfVo) yksdra= ds vfHky{k.kksa dks Li"V dhft,A 15
(a) Explain how Machiavelli's application of empirical method
to human affairs marks an important stage in the evolution
of political science. 20
(b) Central to Aristotle's political thought is his classification of
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the different types of political constitutions in the Political.


Evaluate. 15
(c) Explicate the features of deliberative democracy. 15
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr izR;sd ij yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa fVIi.kh fyf[k,% 10550
(d) Hkkjr esa ekuokfkdkj vkanksyuksa dh nqfokk,aA 10
([k) Hkkjr esa u`tkrh;rk vkSj yksdra= ds chp lacakA 10
(x) jkT; uhfr ds funs'kd rRoksa ij c<+rk gqvk mPprj QksdlA 10
(?k) Hkkjr esa okeiaFkh fopkjkkjk dk gkf'k;s ij tkukA 10
() lq'kklu dks c<+kok nsus esa] Hkkjr ds fu;a=d ,oa egkys[kk ijh{kd dh
HkwfedkA 10
Comment on the following in about 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Tlhe dilemmas of the human rights movements in India. 10
(b) Relation between ethnicity and democracy in India. 10
(c) Increasingly higher focus on Directive Principles of State
Policy. 10
(d) Marginalization of the left ideology in India. 10
(e) The role of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in
promoting good governance. 10
6- (d) nfyrksa ds fo# fgalk dks fu;af=r djus esa] jk"Vh; vuqlwfpr tkfr vk;ksx
dh dk;Ziz.kkyh dh foospuk dhft,A 20
([k) Hkkjr esa efgyk vkanksyuksa dh O;kfIr vkSj ifjlhekvksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A
15
(x) Li"V dhft, fd Hkkjrh; Lora=rk laxzke ds nkSjku fdlku vkanksyuksa us fdl
izdkj jk"Vh; fopkjksa dks vkxs c<+k;kA 15
(a) Discuss the working of the National Commission for
Scheduled Castes to curb violence against Dalits. 20
(b) Examine the scope and limitations of women's movements
in India. 15
(c) Explain how peasant movements promoted nationalist ideas
during the struggle for Indian independence. 15
7- (d) Hkkjr esa pquko izf;k esa lqkkjksa dh izfr dk foospu dhft, rFkk vkSj
Mains GS Question Bank 81

vkxs lqkkjksa dh xqatkb'k dks Li"V dhft,A 20


([k) Hkkjr dh mPprj U;k;ikfydk esa U;k;kkh'kksa dh fu;qfDr dh f;kfofk ij
okn&fooknksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) Li"V dhft, fd efgykvksa dh Hkkxhnkjh us Hkkjr ds xzkeh.k LFkkuh; fudk;ksa
dh dk;kZRedrk ij fdl izdkj vlj Mkyk gSA 15
(a) Discuss the nature of reforms of the electoral process in India
and explain the further scope for reforms. 20
(b) Examine the debates on the appointment procedure of judges
to the higher judiciary in India. 15
(c) Explain how the participation of women impacted the
functioning of rural local bodies in India. 15
8- (d) mi;qDr mnkgj.k nsdj le>kb, fd ncko lewg fdl izdkj yksd uhfr&fuekZ.k
dks izHkkfor dj jgs gSaA 20
([k) keZ dh Lora=rk ds vfkdkj ds lkafokkfud laj{k.k ds micak dkSu&ls gSa
vkSj os Hkkjr esa keZfujis{krk dks c<+kus esa dgka rd lQy gq, gSa\ 15
(x) Hkkjr esa fiNys ,d n'kd ds nkSjku] fokk;dksa ds lkekftd&vkFkd o.kZu
(izksQkby) esa cnykoksa ds dkj.k crkb,A 15
(a) Explain how pressure groups have been influencing public
policy-making with suitable illustrations. 20
(b) What are the provisions for constitutional protection of right
to freedom of religion and how far have they succeeded in
promoting secularism in India? 15
(c) Accout for the changes in the socio-economic profile of
legislators during last one decade in India. 15
iz'u&i=&II
fukkZfjr le; % rhu ?kaVs vfkdre vad % 300
Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 300

vuqns'k
i;k iz'uksa ds mkj nsus ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr izR;sd vuqns'k dks ;kuiwoZd i<+sa%
blesa vkB iz'u gSa tks nks [kaMksa esa foHkkftr gSa rFkk fgUnh vkSj vaxzsth nksuksa esa Nis gSaA
ijh{kkFkhZ dks dqy ikap iz'uksa ds mkj nsus gSaA
iz'u la[;k 1 vkSj 5 vfuok;Z gSa rFkk ckdh esa ls izR;sd [kaM ls de&ls&de ,d iz'u
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pqudj fdUgha rhu iz'uksa ds mkj nhft,A


izR;sd iz'u@Hkkx ds vad mlds lkeus fn, x, gSaA
iz'uksa ds mkj mlh ek;e esa fy[ks tkus pkfg, ftldk mYys[k vkids izos'k&i= esa fd;k
x;k gS] vkSj bl ek;e dk Li"V mYys[k iz'u&lg&mkj (D;w-lh-,-) iqfLrdk ds eq[k&i`"B
ij vafdr fun"V LFkku ij fd;k tkuk pkfg,A mfYyf[kr ek;e ds vfrfjDr vU;
fdlh ek;e esa fy[ks x, mkj ij dksbZ vad ugha feyasxsA
iz'uksa esa 'kCn lhek] tgka fofun"V gS] dk vuqlj.k fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
iz'uksa ds mkjksa dh x.kuk ekuqlkj dh tk,xhA ;fn dkVk ugha gks] rks iz'u ds mkj dh
x.kuk dh tk,xh pkgs og mkj va'kr% fn;k x;k gksA iz'u&lg&mkj iqfLrdk esa [kkyh
NksMk+ gqvk i`"B ;k mlds va'k dks Li"V :i ls dkVk tkuk pkfg,A
INSTRUCTIONS
Please read each of the following instructions carefully before attempting
questions:
There are Eight Questions divided in two Sections and printed both in Hindi and
in English.
Candidate has to attempt Five questions in all.
Questions No. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, Three are to be
attempted choosing at least One question from each section.
The number of marks carried by a questionpart is indicated against it.
Answer must be written in the medium authorized in the Admission Certificate
which must be stated clearly on the cover of this question-cum-Answer (QCA)
Booklet in the space provided. No marks will be given for answers written in medium
other than the authorized one.
Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to.
Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off,
attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly, Any page or portion
of the page left blank in the Question-cum-Answer Booklet must be clearly struck off.

[kaM ^d*
1- fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa ds mkj fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks%
10550
(d) Hkkjr esa nyh; O;oLFkk u rks ik'pkR; gS vkSj u gh ns'kh gSA O;k[;k dhft,A
10
([k) uo lkekftd vkanksyu fdl fygkt ls izfr esa uohu gS\ ppkZ dhft,A
10
Mains GS Question Bank 83

(x) D;k vki lger gSa fd la;qDr jk"V (;w-,u-) jk"Vikj vkradokn dks dkcw
djus esa vlQy jgk gS\ vius mkj dks lksnkgj.k Li"V dhft,A 10
(?k) varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr esa ukjh&vfkdkjoknh mikxe i{kikrh gSA fVIi.kh
dhft,A 10
() ;wsu dk ladV 'kfDr jktuhfr vkSj Hkw&jktuhfr dh mit gSA fVIi.kh
dhft,A 10
Answer the following questions in about 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Party system in India is neither western nor indigenous.
Explain. 10
(b) In what respect is the new social movement new in nature?
Discuss. 10
(c) Do you agree that the U.N. has failed to contain transnational
terrorism? Elaborate your answer with examples. 10
(d) The Feminist approach to international politics is biased.
Comment. 10
(e) Ukraine crisis is a product of power politics and geo-
politics. Comment. 10
2- (d) lg;ksx ds brus vfkd Lohr {ks=ksa] vla[; laLFkkxr ;a=kofy;ksa vkSj
,d LFkk;h lfpoky; ds ckotwn] nf{k.k ,f'k;kbZ {ks=h; lg;ksx laxBu
(lkdZ) {ks=h; lewgu dh vFkZiw.kZ mM+ku ugha ys ik;k gSA foospuk dhft,A
20
([k) oSf'od nf{k.k (Xykscy lkmFk) dh i;kZoj.k fparkvksa ds izfr mikxeksa dk
lekykspukRed ewY;kadu dhft,A 15
(x) jk"Vh; lqj{kk dh ladYiuk dh cnyrh gqbZ izfr dk lekykspukRed
vkdyu dhft,A 15
(a) Despite so many agreed areas of cooperation, innumerable
institutional mechanisms and a permanent secretariat, South
Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has
not taken off as a meaningful regional grouping. Discuss.
20
(b) Critically evaluate the approaches of global south towards
addressing environment concerns. 15
(c) Critically assess the changing nature of the concept of
national security. 15
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3- (d) cnyrs gq, oSf'od ifjos'k ds lanHkZ esa] la;qDr jk"V&la?k ds lqkkjksa ds fy,
rdZ nhft,A 20
([k) varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr esa feLVj ^,Dl* dkSu Fkk\ fons'k uhfr ds lacak esa]
mlds mikxe dks lfoLrkj Li"V dhft,A 15
(x) ekWVZu ,- dSiyu dk O;oLFkk flkar ra= mikxe (flLVEl ,izksp) ds
ekSfyd fu;eksa (izhlSIV~l) ds foijhr gSA fVIi.kh dhft,A 15
(a) Argue a case for U.N. reform in the context of changing
global milieu. 20
(b) Who was Mr. X in international politics? Elaborate his
approach to foreign policy. 15
(c) Morton A. Kaplan's system theory is contrary to the
fundamental precepts of systems approach. Comment. 15
4- (d) lelkef;d varjkZ"Vh; jktuhfr esa cgq&jk"Vh; fuxeksa (MNCs) rFkk ukxfjd
lekt ds c<+rs ego dh vki fdl izdkj O;k[;k djsaxs\ 20
([k) ^oSf'od xkao* dk D;k vFkZ gS\ blds eq[; vfHky{k.k crkrs gq,] blds
fodkl esa lgk;d dkjdksa dks Hkh Li"V dhft,A 15
(x) mu eq[; dkjdksa ij ppkZ dhft, ftUgksaus lalkj dks ^fcfy;MZ ckWy ekWMy*
ls ^dkWcosc ekWMy* esa ifjorZu djus esa ;ksxnku fn;k gSA 15
(a) How do you explain the growing importance of multi-
national corporations (MNCs) and civil society in
contemporary international politics? 20
(b) What is global village? Elaborate its main characteristics
and also the factors that contributed to its growth. 15
(c) Discuss the main factors that have contributed to the gradual
transformation of the world from Billiard Ball Model to
Cobweb Model. 15
[kaM ^[k*
5- fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa ds mkj fyf[k,] tks izR;sd yxHkx 150 'kCnksa esa gks%
10550
(d) D;k Hkkjr dh lqj{kk ifj"kn dh LFkk;h lnL;drk dh ryk'k ,d lEHkkouk
gS] ;k fd ;g dsoy dkYifud eqjyh ctkus tSlk gS\ dkj.k crkrs gq,
O;k[;k dhft,A 10
Mains GS Question Bank 85

([k) vQxkfuLrku Hkkjr ds izknsf'kd vkSj oSf'od 'kfDr ds :i esa mnh;eku


gksus dh fu.kkZ;d ijh{kk gSA ppkZ dhft,A 10
(x) ;wjksih; la?k&Hkkjr lacakksa dks iz;kstuiwoZd ^j.kuhfrd* dgs tkus ls iwoZ]
,d yEck jkLrk r; djuk iM+sxkA ppkZ dhft,A 10
(?k) D;k bl fopkj ls lger gSa fd dqN le; ls la;qDr jkT; vesfjdk Hkkjr ds
lkFk dsoy ,d fiNyXxw ds rkSj ij O;ogkj djus ds ctk;] ,d lk>snkj
ds :i esa O;ogkj djus ds fy, jkth gS\ vius mkj ds fy, dkj.k izLrqr
dhft,A 10
() Hkkjr }kjk ,u-ih-Vh- ds fojksk ds vkkkjksa ij ppkZ dhft,A 10
Answer the following questions in about 150 words each:
10 5 = 50
(a) Is India's quest for a permanent seat in the Security Council
a possibility or just a pipedream? Elaborate with reasons.
10
(b) Afghanistan is a litmus test for India's ascendance as a
regional and global power. Discuss. 10
(c) EU - India relations have a long way to go before they can
purposely be termed strategic. Discuss. 10
(d) Do you agree with the view that the USA is of late willing to
treat India as a partner rather than merely a camp-follower?
Give reasons for your answer. 10
(e) Discuss the grounds for India's opposition to NPT. 10
6- (d) Hkkjr&tkiku lacakksa esa gky ds ifjorZuksa dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 20
([k) ifjla?kh; ,dd (QSMjy ;wfuV) Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr cukus esa vkykspd
gSaA if'pe caxky cuke ckaXykns'k dh Hkwfedk ds lanHkZ ds lkFk bl dFku
dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) Hkkjr dh xqVfujis{krk dh uhfr] Hkkjrokfl;ksa dh izfrHkk vkSj muds fgrksa
ds }kjk funsZf'kr jgh gSA Li"V dhft,A 15
(a) Evaluate the recent changes in Indo-Japan relations. 20
(b) Federal units are critical in the making of India's foreign
policy. Examine this statement with reference to the role of
West Bengal vis-a-vis Bangladesh. 15
(c) India's policy of non-alignment has been guided by the
genius of the Indian people and their interests. Explain.15
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7- (d) 'khr;qkskj ;qx esa Hkkjr&:l lacakksa ds pkydksa dk fo'ys"k.k dhft,A


20
([k) Hkkjr dh lqj{kk vkSj fons'k uhfr fparkvksa ds fy, bZjkd vkSj if'peh ,f'k;k
esa fo{kksHk ds ifj.kkeksa dk ijh{k.k dhft,A 15
(x) foxr o"kks esa la;qDr jk"V&la?k ds 'kkafr&vuqj{k.k izpkyuksa esa] Hkkjr dh
Hkkxhnkjh dk ewY;kadu dhft,A 15
(a) Analyse the drivers of Indo-Russian relations in the post-
Cold-War era. 20
(b) Examine the implications of turmoil in Iraq and West Asia
for India's security and foreign policy concerns. 15
(c) Evaluate India's participation in United Nations peace-
keeping operations over the years. 15
8- (d) izkkuea=h dk;kZy; (ih-,e-vks-) ds lekarj mn; ds lkFk fons'k ea=ky;
Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr ds fuekZ.k esa vius egRo dks [kksrk tk jgk gSA Li"V
dhft,A 20
([k) 1962 esa phu&Hkkjr ;q ds i'pkr~ Hkkjr dh fons'k uhfr esa vk, izeq[k
ifjorZuksa esa ls dqN fujarjrk ds vis{kkr cM+s <kaps ds Hkhrj FksA ppkZ
dhft,A 15
(x) fons'k uhfr ds bfrgkl esa] fdUgha nks ns'kksa ds chp ds lacak] 'kk;n gh dHkh
bruh rsth ds lkFk iYyfor gq, gSa] fd ftrus Hkkjr vkSj btjk;y ds ekeys
esa gq, gSaA ppkZ dhft,A 15
(a) The Ministry of External Affairs is losing its importance in
the making of India's foreign policy with the parallel rise of
the P.M.O. Explain. 20
(b) Some of the major changes that occurred in India's foreign
policy after the Sino-India war in 1962 were within the larger
framework of continuity. Discuss. 15
(c) In the history of foreign policy, seldom have relations
between any two nations blossomed as fast as they have in
the case of India and Israel. Discuss. 15