Sample CBSE Paper for Political Science Class 12 Exam 2022 is provided here with CBSE Scoring System. Solve this sample paper for self-assessment and last minute revision before the political science exam.
CBSE Class 12 Political Science Term 2 Sample Paper: The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE would conduct the political science paper for class 12 on May 24, 2022. The paper will be conducted according to the subjective model in which students would be required to write the descriptive answers to all the questions. To get an idea of the pattern paper and the type and level of questions for the upcoming exam, students should solve this latest sample paper by the CBSE board. Solve the complete paper for the last minute review and score maximum points in the upcoming exam. The sample paper and grading scheme are provided here in PDF format.
CBSE Class 12 Political Science Sample Question Paper Term 2 (2021-2022):
1. The questionnaire has 3 sections A, B and C.
2. Section A consists of 8 questions of 2 points each. The answer to these questions must be completed in 50 words each.
3. Section B has 3 questions of 4 points each. The answer to these questions must be completed in 100 words each. The answer to the map question should be attempted accordingly.
4. Section C has 2 questions of 6 points each. The answer to these questions must be completed in 170 words each.
5. Maximum marks: 40
6. Time: 2 hours
Also Read: CBSE Class 12 Political Science Syllabus for Semester 2 Exam 2022
1. “In recent years, India has given adequate attention to ASEAN”. Give two points to justify the statement. (2)
Explain ‘Miracle on the Han River’.
2. South Asia is synonymous with diversity in every sense and yet constitutes a unique geopolitical space. Do you agree with the statement? Give two reasons for your answer. (2)
3. Why do you think India is now seen as an important center of power? (2)
4. American engagement in South Asia grew rapidly after the Cold War. Give two examples to illustrate. (2)
5. Assess the role of SAARC in facilitating economic cooperation in the South Asian region. (2)
6. The first general election was postponed twice. Give two reasons for the same thing. (2)
7. Explain two characteristics of a coalition government. (2)
8. Name the leader who led a popular march to Parliament in 1975 and what was unique about that march. (2)
9. Compare the European Union with ASEAN. (4)
10. Describe various issues regarding the 1975 national emergency in India. (4)
11. In the given schematic political map of India, four states have been marked as (A), (B), (C), (D). Identify these states based on the information given below and write their correct names in your answer book together with their respective serial number of the information used and the alphabets concerned according to the following format: (4)
(i) The State to which the Minister of Communications of the First Ministry of Free India belonged.
(ii) The state to which former Prime Minister Morarji Desai was linked
(iii) The State to which S. Nijalingappa belonged.
(iv) The state linked to the former President of Congress, K. Kamraj.
Sr. Number of information used
This question is for visually impaired candidates only instead of question no. 11.
11 A. What is the significance of defection in terms of Indian politics? Describe two demerits of defection. (4)
12. “Peace and prosperity of countries lie in the creation and strengthening of regional economic organizations”. Critically evaluate the statement. (6)
Account for the changing role of the state in the light of globalization.
13. Critically assess the six major issues of Indian politics in the 21st century. (6)
Discuss the impact of the relationship between the judiciary and the executive during the emergency period in India.
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