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Class 11 – Political Science Sample Paper – 01 (2023-24)
Maximum Marks: 80 Time Allowed: : 3 hours
- All questions are compulsory.
- Question numbers 1-12 are multiple choice questions of one mark each.
- Question numbers 13-18 are of 2 marks each. Answers to these questions should not exceed 50 words each.
- Question numbers 19-23 are of 4 marks each. Answers to these questions should not exceed 100 words each.
- Question numbers 24-26 are passage, cartoon and map-based questions. Answer accordingly.
- Question numbers 27-30 are of 6 marks each. Answers to these questions should not exceed 170 words.
- There is an internal choice in 6 marks questions.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Section A
- Provisions of the Panchayat system to tribal areas.
- Central government introduced two constitutional amendments.
- The 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments were passed.
- The 73rd and 74th Amendments came into force.
- Campaigns take place for a period of between the announcement of the final list of candidates and the date of polling? a) One week b) Three weeks c) Two weeks d) One month
- Which of the following is also known as the Council of States? a) Vidhan Parishad b) Vidhan Sabha c) Lok Sabha d) Rajya Sabha
- Which one of the following arguments is against the Universal Adult Franchise? a) It ensures political equality b) It makes people politically awakened c) It inculcates anti-nationalism d) It is democratic
- Which of these is not a function of the Constitution? a) It gives expression to some shared values. b) It marks out different spheres of power for different branches of the government. c) It ensures that good people come to power. d) It gives a guarantee of the rights of the citizen.
- Assertion (A): Indian secularism allows for principled state intervention in all religions. Reason (R): Religiously sanctioned caste-hierarchies are not acceptable within Indian secularism. a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. b) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A. c) A is true but R is false. d) A is false but R is true.
- How many years maximum can a Vice President serve the country? a) Three b) Ten c) Six d) Five
- The feeling or sentiment for having an independent state is called a) Religion b) Nationalism c) Spiritualism d) Capitalism
- Assertion (A): The Constitution has separately listed Fundamental Rights and made special provisions for their protection. Reason (R): Fundamental Rights are different from other rights available to us. a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. b) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A. c) A is true but R is false. d) A is false but R is true.
- Free market is a product of a) Socialism b) Patriarchy c) Feminism d) Neo-liberalism
- Which of the following try to minimize existing inequality and distribute resources justly? a) Equalism b) Socialism c) Gandhism d) Capitalism
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Section B
- Write the main features of Constitution of India.
- Was Mahatma Gandhi in favour or against the implementation of Panchayati Raj System.
- The Prime Minister is the link between the Council of Ministers and the President.
- Describe in brief the natural equality.
- What do you mean by protective discrimination?
- Prove from the contemporary world situation that the process of redrawing state boundaries is continued even since after the beginning of seventh decade of 20th century.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Section C
- What is meant by Minority Representation?
- What is the jurisdiction of the high courts?
- Political Science is not Science. Explain with reasons.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Section D
- The constitution of nation safeguards and guarantees fundamental rights
- In terms of our other rights, fundamental rights are similar.
- The leaders understood the value of rights during the time of our struggle for independence
- Ordinary law safeguards and upholds the ordinary legal rights.
- As early as 1928, the Motilal Nehru Committee was seeking a ________. a) Bill of Rights b) Bill of Constitution c) All of these d) Bill of Duties
- The term “________” was used in the Constitution to describe the rights that would receive special protection. a) Ordinary rights b) Fundamental rights c) Bill of rights d) Directive Principles of State Policy
- The State with the largest number of seats in its Legislative Assembly.
- The State to which the first Indian Governor General (1948 – 1950) belonged.
- The State where the Congress Party did not get majority in 1967 Assembly polls, but formed a government with the help of others.
- Why does the cartoonist describe the new Iraqi Constitution as the castle of cards? (2)
- Would this description apply to the Indian Constitution? (3)
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Section E
Write the right of equality under the following points:
- Equality before law.
- No Discrimination.
- Equality of Opportunity.
Class 11 Political Science Sample Paper Solution
CBSE syllabus for class 11 Political Science is already updated for the academic session 2023-24. We have also updated the model question papers of 11th Pol Sc accordingly. We advise our students that they must go through the latest sample papers of class XI pol Sc and make sure that they are studying the updated content.
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Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Solution Section A
- (b) b, c, d, a Explanation: In 1989 , the central government introduced two constitutional amendments. Later in 1992 , the 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments were passed by the Parliament. The 73rd and 74th Amendments came into force in 1993 . In 1996 , a separate act was passed extending the provisions of the Panchayat system to tribal areas.
- (c) Two weeks Explanation: Two weeks
- (d) Rajya Sabha Explanation: The ‘Council of States’ which is also known as Rajya Sabha, a nomenclature that was announced by the chair in the House on the 23rd August 1954 has its own distinctive features.
- (c) It inculcates anti-nationalism Explanation: It inculcates anti-nationalism
- (c) It ensures that good people come to power. Explanation: It ensures that good people come to power.
- (a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. Explanation: Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
- (c) Policy of quotas in education and jobs Explanation: In our country, we have adopted a policy of quotas or reserved seats in education and jobs to provide equality of opportunity to deprived groups.
- (d) Five Explanation: The Vice-President of India is the second-highest constitutional office in the country. He serves for a five-year term but can continue to be in the office, irrespective of the expiry of the term.
- (b) Nationalism Explanation: Nationalism
- (a) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. Explanation: Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A. To practice more questions & prepare well for exams, download myCBSEguide App . It provides complete study material for CBSE, NCERT, JEE (main), NEET-UG and NDA exams. Teachers can use Examin8 App to create similar papers with their own name and logo.
- (d) Neo-liberalism Explanation: Neo-liberalism is a political approach that favours free-market capitalism, deregulation, and reduction in government spending. A free market is a product of neo-liberalism.
- (b) Socialism Explanation: Socialism refers to a set of political ideas that emerged as a response to the inequalities present in, and reproduced by, the industrial capitalist economy. The main concern of Socialism is how to minimise existing inequality and distribute resources justly.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Solution Section B
- It establishes a sovereign, democratic, republic in India.
- It establishes a parliamentary form of government (Bi-cameral legislature).
- It provides fundamental rights and fundamental duties of the citizens.
- It establishes a secular state.
- Mahatma Gandhi was a strong contender for implementation of Panchayati Raj System. His idea of independence of the country was that independence must start from the bottom most level of the country, that is, the villages. He was against centralization of power at the centre only and wanted that every village must be self-sustained as far as local issues are concerned.
- It is the duty of the Prime Minister to convey the decisions of the Council of Ministers to the President. The President can demand information from the Prime Minister regarding the working of the administration. The Council of Ministers can discuss any issue with the President only through the Prime Minister.
- Natural equality implies that all men are born free and equal and are endowed with equal gifts and talents. It also means that the state should try to reduce inequality rather than perpetuate it. The state should promote those social &nd economic opportunities that offer equal chances. Natural equality is rather an ideal and not immediate reality. This ideal should be attained in society as far as possible.
- It implies discrimination in favour of weaker section and unprivileged section of society.
- The reservation is given to scheduled castes and tribes and OBCs.
- These sections are not provided with the special advantages to a particular section but raise them to a level to compete with other sections of society on equal footing.
- Thus, protective discrimination removes imbalances from society.
- Since 1960, even stable nations have been confronted by nationalist demands put forward by regions to include demands for separate statehood.
- Even today, many nationalist struggle threaten to divide existing states, i.e. Quebecots in Canada, the Basques in northern Spain, the Tamils in Sri Lanka, Kurds in Turkey and Iraq, etc.
- Some linguistic groups also develop nationalism, i.e. Arab nationalism today may hope to unite Arab countries in a pan Arab Union.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Solution Section C
- In the simple majority system of representation, minorities do not get fair representation in the legislative body of their country. The term ‘minority representation’ means the provision of some special devices (like reservation) through which all the minorities get sufficient representation in the elective bodies of the country. Many methods have been suggested for the representation of minorities. Any of them suitable in the particular conditions of a country can be adopted.
- The high courts are empowered to issue orders, directions, and writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights and for any other purpose also.
- The high courts of Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata exercises original jurisdiction as they had before the enforcement of the new constitution on the cases involving the hearing of Christians Parsis.
- The above-mentioned high courts also exercise the original jurisdiction when the amount involved is more than 2,000 and in criminal cases, it extends to cases committed to them by the presidency Magistrates.
- The jurisdiction of the high courts also extends to the matters of administration, matrimonial, contempt of court and cases transferred from a lower court.
- Friendly relations with other countries.
- Contempt of court.
- Morality and decency.
- Security of the state.
- During the law making process, members of the legislature get an opportunity to deliberate on the policy direction of the executive and the ways in which policies are implemented.
- Apart from deliberating on bills, control may also be exercised during the general discussions in the House. The members of the Parliament can ask the ministers any questions (during Question Hour) regarding the functioning of the administration. The ministers are to give a satisfactory reply to all these questions.
- The most powerful weapon that enables the Parliament to ensure executive accountability is the no-confidence motion.
- The members of the Parliament by introducing ‘Adjournment Motion’ can invite the attention of the government to a serious problem or event.
Composition of the Upper House (Legislative Council): Election: The members of the Legislative Council are not elected directly by the voters. They are elected in the following ways:
- One-third of the members of the Council are elected by the State Legislative Assembly. These persons are not to be the members of the House.
- One-third of the members are elected by the local bodies namely Corporations, Municipalities, Zila Parishads, Panchayats, etc.
- One-twelfth of the members are elected by the university graduates of at least 3 years of standing.
Powers and Functions of the Legislative Council:
- Legislative Powers: Any non-money Bill which can be introduced in the Legislative Assembly can also be introduced in the Legislative Council. Any Ordinary Bill on the subjects mentioned in the State List and Concurrent List can be introduced in the Legislative Council. After the Bill is passed by the Legislative Council it is sent to the Government for his assent unless it is passed by the Legislative Assembly. The Legislative Council can delay a non-Money bill for 4 months.
- Financial Powers: In financial matters, the Legislative Council does not enjoy many powers. Money Bills cannot be introduced in this chamber. The Money Bill can only be introduced in the Legislative Assembly and after it is passed by it, it is sent to the Legislative Council and the Council can delay it only for 14 days. It may reject the bill or may not take any action over it for 14 days and in both cases, the bill is considered as passed by both the Houses.
- Control over the Executive: The Legislative Council does not exercise much control over the executive. Some ministers are of course taken from the Council. Its members can ask questions to the ministers and they are to give satisfactory answers to the questions. The Council can criticise the functioning of the department under the ministers. More than this it does not have any control over the Council of Ministers.
- Electoral Functions: The Legislative Council elects its Chairman and Deputy Chairman. The Chairman is responsible for running smoothly the business of the House. In his absence, the Deputy Chairman performs his duty. The Legislative Council has no right to take part in the election of the President of India, as the Legislative Assembly.
- Lack of Unanimity of Fundamentals: The scholars of Political Science do not hold unanimous opinions regarding the theories, subject-matter and conclusions of Political Science.
- Impossibility of subject-matter: Like Physical Sciences, Political Science has neither laboratory nor object for experiments. Experiments are not possible in Political Science like those of Physical Sciences.
- Prediction is difficult: The claim of Political Science as a Science is also ruled out on the ground that prediction is difficult in this subject. It cannot predict the coming events. In all other Physical Sciences prediction is possible.
- Cause-effect relationship not clear: In Political Science relationship between cause and effect cannot be established.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Solution Section D
- (a) Option (b) Explanation: Fundamental Rights are different from other rights available to us.
- (a) Bill of Rights Explanation: Bill of Rights
- (b) Amendment in Constitution Explanation: Amendment in Constitution
- (b) Fundamental rights Explanation: Fundamental rights
- The cartoonist describes the new Iraqi Constitution as the castle of cards because it is being prepared by pro-US. The people, as well as the Constituent Assembly of lraq is not representing all ethnic groups of the country. Hence, the Constitution is imposed and will be scattered as a castle of cards.
- Indian Constitution is not imposed on Indians, but it was framed from among different shades of opinion after long discussions and debates.
- It was adopted by people willfully.
- It is a living document to be amended from time to time at par aspirations of people.
Class 11 Pol Sc Sample Paper Solution Section E
Nationalism is a desire for having a separate region for free and independent development of one’s culture, race, language, etc. Merits of Nationalism:
- Nationalism makes an individual feel that the nation is above all and raises the standard of thinking and behaving of individuals about the nation.
- It asserts independent living and thinking among the citizens of the country.
- It creates a sense to make the country free from colonial rule or from those who rule over the nation from outside (foreigners, etc.).
- It gives an opportunity to each nation for the development of its culture and develops a sense of pride towards the culture and heritage of a nation.
- It makes a country self-sufficient to meet the basic necessities of a nation during a crisis.
- It creates healthy rivals at the international level to get a better standard of living, social life, etc.
Demerits of nationalism:
- Nationalism has resulted in World War I and II due to the greed of people to expand their own nationalism beyond territories.
- In nationalism, each fact is exaggerated, i.e. national achievements are given wide publicity to pose a major problem.
- Nationalism misuses the authority which creates a larger gap between the rich and the poor by making the rich richer and the poor poorer.
- Nationalism can be used against slave countries by capitalist countries. Hence, colonialism can never come to an end.
- The one who thinks freedom is to do whatever one likes to do is a wrong opinion. So the authority imposes restrictions which are a number of times undesirable.
- On the contrary, the basic idea is that liberty and authority go hand-in-hand because authority not only guarantees the freedom but for equal opportunities also.
- Both authority and liberty must remain within their limits for the existence of both the state and individuals.
- If one crosses the limits, one is bound to destroy the purpose for which it was being maintained.
- Excess of liberty may destroy authority and concentration of authority can abolish the existence of liberty.
- Equality before law: It means there can be no discrimination between one citizen and another on the basis of caste, class, creed, sex or any of them. Article 14 of the Constitution of India guarantees all person equality before the law and equal protection of law within the territory of India. There can be no discrimination against the citizens.
- For the success of democracy, all the citizens should have an equal right to enjoy universal adult suffrage.
- Every individual must have the right to be elected as a representative also to contest elections.
- The citizens must enjoy the right to hold public offices also without any. discrimination except for qualification.
- Equality of Opportunity: The term “equal opportunities for all” means that every human being should get the opportunity to progress without any discrimination. The citizens of India have been granted six Fundamental Rights. One of them is: “The Right to Equality”. This right has five parts, the third part of this right deals with equality of opportunity. According to this right, every individual gets an equal opportunity to hold the public office or to get the government service. Accordingly, the state will treat everyone equally without the consideration of religion, caste, sex or language.
- Generous and more extensive use of Article 258 which empowers central government to give power to state governments.
- Whenever the Union proposes to undertake legislation from the concurrent list, prior consultations should be carried out with state governments collectively.
- The Planning Com mission and the National Development Council should be reformed so that they consult and involve the states as equal participants in development.
- Before deploying para-military forces in disturbed areas, the concerned state government should be consulted.
- Bills reserved for President’s consideration should be disposed of within four months.
- Article 356 should be used sparingly and only when all alternatives fail.
- Safeguards should be incorporated in Article 356 so that it is not used frequently.
- National Development Council (NDC) should be renamed as the National Economic Development Council (NEDC). It should emerge as the highest inter-governmental body for giving directions at the political level.
- An expert committee should be constituted to review from time to time in consultation with the states, the operational feasibility of the scope for levying taxes and duties under Article 269. (Taxes collected by a union and given to states).
- An expert committee with representatives from states should be appointed to recommend reforms in taxation.
- The state Chief Minister should be consulted before the appointment of a Governor.
- Residuary powers other than taxation should be placed on the concurrent list.
- Inter-state River Water Disputes Act should be amended to create a tribunal to solve water-sharing problems within one year of the receipt of such a complaint.
- The Inter-state council should have an independent secretariat.
The factors can be studied in three divisions:
- The effects of the Act of 1935: Right from 1858, when the Indian administration was transferred to the British Parliament, the tendency to decentralization was increasing for administrative conveniences. New provinces were formed, and they were given more powers. Gradually, the provinces became administrative units with increasingly more self-governing powers. The Act of 1919 initiated the selfGovernment in the provinces. The Act of 1935 made these provinces fully autonomous. During this time, eleven provinces had fully autonomous and responsible governments.
- The Problems of the Princely States: India was divided into two parts—The Princely States and British India. The British Indian provinces were united under a single administration at the Centre, but about 600 Princely States were spread over India as separate autonomous entities. When the British left India, their suzerain power over the princely states ended and these states were declared independent. These states had the freedom to merge with India or Pakistan or to remain separate and independent. The national leaders faced the herculean task of uniting the British Indian Provinces with their uniform nature and the princely states with their diversity in administration, size and geographical, political and economic conditions. This was not possible in the unitary centralized form of Government.
- Compulsions due to Indian Conditions: India is a vast country with people having diversity in religion, language, food, living conditions, dress, customs, and manners, etc. Actually, Indian culture shows unity in diversity. This diversity is the unique characteristic of Indians giving an opportunity to the development of their personality. So it was realised that the federal form of Government would help the growth of this basic Indian characteristic. Secondly, the vastness of the country encouraged the tendency towards federalism because it was not possible to rule the country efficiently from one Centre.
- Secularism promotes religious freedom and equality. But sometimes argued to be anti-religions, i.e. to undermine some forms of religious identity to be dogmatic, violent, exclusivist and those to faster hatred of other religions.
- Secularism is sometimes linked to Christianity, unsuited to Indian conditions. India evolved a variant of secularism not just an implant from the west on Indian soil. Hence, secularism has booth western and non-western origins and the idea of peaceful coexistence of different religious communities has been important.
- Secularism is charged with minorities but it is to treat them with some respect and dignity with which all others are being treated.
- Secularism is criticised to be coercive and to interfere excessively with religions freedom. Though secularism permits state-supported religions reform it should not be equated false but the mere fact that secular parties utilise vote banks is not troublesome. All parties do so in relation to some social group.
- Secularism is criticised to be an impossible project to be far from pursuing an impossible objective India secularism mirrors the future of the world.
The scope of Political Theory is as discussed ahead:
- State and Government are the Main Subjects of Political Theory: State is the main subject of political science and theory because the machinery of political science revolves around the State. In the sphere of political theory, we study the nature and size of the existing State and the practicability of the fundamental principle of the present government. But the nature of the State and government have changed with time. Now, their present nature is different from the past. Political theorists study the reasons for the origin of State and its process of development.
- Study of Power: Political theory also includes the study of power. In other words, “Political theory is the study of power process”. Power has many forms — political, economic and social power, individual and public power, national and international power, etc.
- Wider Scope of the Subject: The study of the political theory consists of study in different fields i.e., formal, informal, economy, social, psychological, geographical, ethical, political, religious and cultural. These factors influence the political system. In political theory, we study society, state, and international politics.
- Study of Political Ideology: Political theorists also study political ideologies. Various ideologies have been prevalent in the society from Plato to nowadays. For example, Idealism, Individualism, Marxism, Gandhism, Socialism, Utilitarianism, etc.
- Study of Associations and Institutions: Another feature of political theory is that it studies the various organizations, associations, and institutions established in the State.
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Political Science is a fundamental portion of everyone’s life, independent of the landmass, nation, or state of a person. Making a career in Political Science or not, it will have an impact on all . Be that as it may, its significance increases for those who sign up for Humanities and has Political Science courses as one of the major subjects within the educational modules. CBSE Lesson 11 political science book is outlined in a comprehensive way that gives understanding to the understudies on the working of the Indian Structure. The reading material centers on how government institutions were formed within the past and how they are right now working. The web journal will give you a profound understanding of the Political Science syllabus.
CBSE Class 11 Political Science Revised Syllabus 2023-24
The ones who are curious about worldwide issues and affairs; American politics; critical issues such as open approach, globalization, fear based oppression, the environment, respectful rights, political advancement, or remote policy. Theories concerning the perfect government and how control and assets are distributed in society. Political Science as a subject gives them an opportunity to think about these subjects and seek a career related to them.
In the event that so, political science is the major for you. Political science digs into the ponder of governments, open arrangements, and political behavior. It could be a social science which employs both humanistic points of view and logical aptitudes to look at the United States and all nations and locales of the world.
The Syllabus of Political Science Class 11 CBSE 2023-24 is now available on Vedantu. The annual examination of the Political Science Class 11 syllabus will be of 80 marks while the project work will be of 20 marks. In Class 11 Political Science, students will be introduced to various political situations in India and across the world. This subject is best for the students who are interested to know about Indian and World Politics. You must understand what you are studying for, whether you are training for the ICSE board exam or writing the CBSE board exams. On our website, you can find the most recent Syllabus of Class 11 Science NCERT from CBSE as well as the most recent ICSE syllabus for classes 6 to 12. The CBSE Syllabus for all Class 11 subjects is also available here in PDF format. The Central Board of Secondary Education recently released the Class 11 CBSE 2023-24 Syllabus. The new CBSE Curriculum 2023-24 for Class 11 provides a comprehensive overview of the course structure, unit-wise weightage, prescribed textbook, question paper format, and other important information for preparing for the CBSE Class 11 Exams 2023-24.
Part A: Indian Constitution At Work
Part b: political theory, course content, part a: indian constitution at work.
Constitution: Why and How, The Making of the Constitution, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy, constitutional Amendments.
2. Election and Representation
Elections and Democracy, Election System in India, Electoral Reforms.
Why do we need a Parliament? Unicameral / Bicameral Legislature. Functions and Power of the Parliament, Parliamentary committees. Parliamentary Officials: Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Parliamentary Secretary.
What is an Executive? Different Types of Executive. Parliamentary Executive in India, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. Permanent Executive: Bureaucracy.
Why do we need an Independent Judiciary? Structure of the Judiciary, Judicial Review, Judicial Activism, Judicial Over-reach.
What is Federalism? Evolution & Growth of the Indian Federalism: Quasi Federalism, Cooperative Federalism & Competitive Federalism.
7. Local Governments
Why do we need Local Governments? Growth of Local Government in India, 73rd and 74th Amendments, Working and Challenges of Local Governments.
1. Political Theory: An Introduction
What is Politics? Politics V/s Political Theory, Importance of Political Theory.
Liberty V.s Freedom, Negative and Positive Liberty.
What is Equality? Significance of Equality. Various dimensions of Equality. How can we promote Equality?
What is Justice? Different dimensions of Justice, Distributive Justice.
What are Rights? Where do Rights come from? Legal Rights and the State. Kinds of Rights. Human Rights.
What is citizenship? Citizen and Citizenship, Citizen and Nation, Global Citizenship
Nations and Nationalism, Variants of Nationalism, Nationalism, Pluralism and Multiculturalism.
What is Secularism? What is Secular State? The Western and the Indian perspectives to Secularism. Salient Features of Indian Secularism.
Question Paper Design (2023-24) Political Science (Code No. 028) Class XI
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Indian Constitution at work, Class XI, Published by NCERT
Political Theory, Class XI, Published by NCERT
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One of the most critical resources that students need to have with them when planning studies is the CBSE 11th Political Science Syllabus. In the latest CBSE Syllabus 2023-24, students should keep up to date with the syllabus's latest changes. Students preparing for the CBSE 11th 2023-24 Political Science exams are advised to thoroughly study all the newest Class 11 Political Science subject syllabus changes. Students in Class 11 should study for the Political Science exam strictly based on the new syllabus and focus more on higher-weight topics to help them score higher marks in tests and exams in Class 11 Political Science class. You can download the Political Science Class 11 PDF here for free.
The CBSE Class 11 Political Science NCERT Syllabus is available for free to download on the Vedantu app and website. For Grade 11 to Grade 12, we deliver the most current and downloadable syllabus. All the syllabus given here is printable for each subject and has been carefully organized for all students. You can download PDF for any topic by clicking on any link above. Get and use the latest Class 11 Political Science subject and chapter-wise PDF Syllabus for regular use.
CBSE has issued the CBSE Class 11 Syllabus for Political Science 2023 for the most recent academic session of 2023. Various CBSE-affiliated schools and nearly all education boards in India use the syllabus published by CBSE for Political Science Class 11. Teachers have always advised students to adhere to the NCERT syllabus. The Grade 11 Political Science class tests and exams are always carried out according to the syllabus and guidelines. Students studying Political Science in Standard 11 should strictly follow the syllabus given for examination study and revise the entire syllabus based on the new syllabus available on the Vedantu app and website. Information on all topics and the marks weightage for each chapter are included in the Class 11 Syllabus for Political Science. We have also provided chapter-wise material for a study developed by expert teachers at Vedantu based on the current syllabus and based on patterns of questions for Class 11 students in upcoming examinations.
Benefits of Knowing the CBSE Class 11 Political Science Syllabus
Let us understand the benefits of knowing the Syllabus of Political Science Class 11 CBSE 2023-24:
It establishes the framework for the subject of Political Science by simplifying the material.
The syllabus has the material that can assist students in achieving students' knowledge of interpersonal structures and human interaction, as well as their writing, listening, and statistical abilities.
It provides students with information about the course's composition, objectives, and learning outcomes.
The syllabus for Political Science outlines the subjects and principles that must be discussed in order to prepare for the exams.
FAQs on CBSE Revised Syllabus for Class 11 Political Science 2023-24
1. Is There Any Change in CBSE 11th Syllabus 2023-24?
No, there have been no changes in the syllabus. The officials have announced the CBSE Class 11 Syllabus for all subjects for 2023-24 on the official website. Therefore, students are advised to go through the entire syllabus to be familiar with the exam pattern.
2. How do I Prepare for the Final CBSE Board Class 11 Syllabus Exam?
The first thing you need to do to prepare for your final test is finish the 9th Syllabus of the CBSE board class. By reading the chapters and solving all the problems, you can achieve this. After that, the previous year issue question papers should be attempted by students. This will help students become familiar with the pattern of the final exam. Students would be able to achieve successful marks by following these tips.
3. What are the contents of part A in CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 Political Science Term (1 & 2) 2023-24?
1. The contents are Indian Constitution at Work - Philosophy of the Constitution and the making of the Constitution, the constituent Assembly, Procedural achievements and Philosophy of the Constitution, Rights in the Indian Constitution, The importance of Rights, Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution, Directive Principles of State Policy, Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles, Election and Representation, Elections and Democracy, Election System in India, Reservation of Constituencies, Free and Fair Elections, Electoral Reforms, Legislature.
2. Need of a Parliament
Two Houses of Parliament. Functions and Power of the Parliament, Legislative functions, control over Executive. Parliamentary committees. Self-regulation. Executive and different types of Executive. Parliamentary Executive in India, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. Permanent Executive, Judiciary.
3. Need of an Independent Judiciary.
Structure of the Judiciary, Judicial Activism, Judiciary and Rights, Judiciary and Parliament.
4. Federalism in the Indian Constitution, Federalism with a strong Central Government, conflicts in India's federal system, Special Provisions.
5. Local Governments are required for growth of Local Government in India, 73rd and 74th Amendments, implementation of 73rd and 74th Amendments.
6. We know that the Constitution of India is a living document and not static. The procedure to amend the Constitution and the amendments that have been made from time to time through which the basic structure of the Constitution has evolved over the years. The Constitution is indeed a living document.
4. What is there in part B of the CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 Political Science Term (1 & 2) 2023-24?
Part B of the ICSE Political Science subject helps to answer the following questions:
What is Politics? What do we study in Political Theory? Putting Political Theory to practice. Why should we study Political Theory?
Further, it also helps us to understand the following topics in detail.
1. Freedom - The Ideal of Freedom. What is Freedom? Why do we need constraints? Harm principle. Negative and Positive Liberty.
2. Equality - What are the Significance of Equality and the various dimensions of Equality. How can we promote Equality?
3. Social Justice can be termed as distribution of justice, pursuing social justice and rights as legal rights that are guaranteed by the State. Different kinds of rights that are bestowed upon the citizens by the virtue of the Indian Constitution; rights and responsibilities of the citizens.
4. Citizenship can be defined as Citizen and Nation, Universal Citizenship, Global Citizenship.
5. Nationalism is Nations and Nationalism, National Self-determination, Nationalism and Pluralism.
6. Secularism and the Secular State is the Western and the Indian approaches to Secularism. Criticisms and rationale of Indian Secularism.
7. Peace and the State. Different Approaches to the pursuit of peace. Contemporary challenges to peace.
8. Development is the Criticism of the dominant. Development Model. Alternative conceptions of development.
5. What are extra books that can be referred to while studying CBSE syllabus for Class 11 Political Science Term (1 & 2) 2023-24?
1. The Indian Constitution at work, Class XI, Published by NCERT
2. Political Theory, Class XI, Published by NCERT
You need not worry about reference books for CBSE Class 11 Political Science subject, as the experts of Vedantu guide you throughout the course and they teach you everything. You can avail all the well-researched and good quality chapters, sample papers, syllabus on various topics from the website of Vedantu and its mobile application available on the play store.
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