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PAPERIII

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Number of Pages in this Booklet : 32

[Maximum Marks : 200

Number of Questions in this Booklet : 26

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

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NOTE :

This paper is of two hundred (200) marks containing four (4) sections.
Candidates are required to attempt the questions contained in these sections
according to the detailed instructions given therein.

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This section contains five (5) questions based on the following paragraph.
Each question should be answered in about thirty (30) words and each
carries five (5) marks.
(5x5=25 marks)

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Read the following passage, and answer the questions given at the end of it :
Political realism believes that politics, like society in general, is governed by objective
laws that have their roots in human nature. In order to improve society, it is first necessary
to understand the laws by which society lives. The operation of these laws being
impervious to our preferences, men will challenge them only at the risk of failure.
Realism, believing as it does in the objectivity of the laws of politics, must also believe in
the possibility of developing rational theory that reflects, however imperfectly and
one-sidedly, these objective laws. It believes also, then, in the possibility of distinguishing
in politics between truth and opinion. The main sign-post that helps political realism to
find its way through the landscape of international politics is the concept of interest
defined in terms of power. This concept provides the link between reason trying to
understand International politics and the facts to be understood.
Realism does not endow its key concept of interest defined as power with a
meaning that is fixed once and for all. The idea of interest is indeed of the essence of
politics and is unaffected by the circumstances of time and space. Political realism is
aware of the moral significance of political action. It is also aware of the ineluctable
tension between the moral command and the requirements of successful political action.
Political realism refuses to identify the moral aspiration of a particular nation with the
moral laws that govern the universe. As it distinguishes between truth and opinion, so
it distinguishes between truth and idolatry.
The difference, then, between political realism and other schools of thoughts is
real, and it is profound. However much the theory of political realism may have been
misunderstood and misinterpreted, there is no gain saying its distinctive intellectual
and moral attitude to matters political.
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Answer the following questions :

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How is politics governed according to a political realist ?


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Do the objective laws of politics have a connection with human nature ?


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What is the significance of the term power in political realism ?


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What is the role of morality in political realism ?


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Is there any difference between political realism and other schools of thoughts ?
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Note :

This section contains fifteen (15) questions each to be answered in about


thirty (30) words. Each question carries five (5) marks.
(5x15=75 marks)

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What is revival of political theory ?


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What is Rousseaus State of Nature ?


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What are Gandhis views on morality ?


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Explain the concept of feedback.


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Distinguish between indistinct and distinct two party system. Give examples.
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What are input functions according to Almond ?


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What is significance of Article 19 of the Indian Constitution ?


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What is Public Interest Litigation ?


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What are the privileges of the members of Parliament ?


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What is informal organization ?


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What do you mean by administrative culture ?


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What is new Panchayati Raj ?


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Define interest in international politics.


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What is disarmament ?
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What is neo political realism ?


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SECTION - III
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This section contains five (5) questions of twelve (12) marks each. Each
question is to be answered about two hundred (200) words.
(12x5=60 marks)

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21.

Examine Nozicks theory of distributive justice.


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How political culture affects the working of a political system ?


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23.

Discuss the emergency powers of the President of India.


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Discuss the role of the chief executive in an organization.


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Examine Indias role in South Asian politics.


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This section consists of one essay type question of forty (40) marks to be
answered in about one thousand (1000) words on any of the following
topics.
(40x1=40 marks)

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Examine relevance of Gandhism in the context of globalization.


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How far have the Directive Principles of State Policy facilitated the realisation of social
Justice in India ?
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Critically examine the impact of liberalisation on Public Administration.
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Discuss Indo-US relations during the last decade.
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