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1 HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK CLASS- XII SUBJECT POLITICAL SCIENCE BOOK : POLITICS IN INDIA- SINCE INDEPENDENCE 1. What were the three challenges that faced independent India? (3) 2. What was two nation theory? (2) 3. Who gave the famous speech tryst with destiny? (1) 4. What were the two goals of National Movement? (2) 5. Explain the process of Partition. (3) 6. What were the consequences of Partition? (3) 7. Who was the first Deputy Minister of India? (1) 8. Who was the leader of boundary commission? (1) 9. Who was the Maharaja of Kashmir at the time of its merger? (1) 10. What do you mean by non-alignment? Give its characteristics. (6) 11. Write a note on the integration of princely states in India and what was Government s approach for it? (6) 12. How the princely states of Hyderabad merged in India? (3) 13. Explain the meaning of nation building. (2) 14. Write a note on challenge of drawing the internal bodies of the Indian states. (3) 15. What was the function of state organisation commission? What were their chief recommendations? (3) 16. Write a note on Kashmir problem. (6) 17. Why India adopted Secularism? (4) 18. Who was the first election commissioner of India? When was this commission setup? (2) 19. What do you mean by one party dominance? Give one example of this system. (2) 20. Write down any four factors responsible for the dominance of congress party in India? (4) 21. Why the period from is known as an era of one party dominance in India? Explain. (4)

2 22. Throw light on the performance of opposition party of India after Independence. (4) 23. What were the objectives of socialist party? (3) 24. Distinguish between the socialist and communist party of India? (3) 25. Why Swatantra party was formed? (2) 26. Write down the performance of congress party in first three elections 27. Explain the models of the strategy of development? (3) 28. What is the meaning of planning? (1) 29. Write down on the features of first second and third five-year plans of India. (6) 30. Explain the critical evaluation of planning? (3) 31. The strategy of development has given birth to certain controversies? Explain. (4) 32. Write a note on Green Revolution and its effects(6) 33. What were the major outcomes of independent India? (4) 34. What is the Indian model of economic development? (3) 35. What was the policy of non-alignment? (3) 36. What were the three major objectives of Nehru s Foreign Policy? (3) 37. Write down fiveprinciplesofpanchsheel(4) 38. Throw light on the Sino-Indian relation(4) 39. Explain India-Pakistan relationship(6) 40. Write a note on India s Nuclear policy(6) 41. WhatdoyoumeanbyPokhran1and2? (4) 42. Write down the determinants of India s Foreign Policy(6) *Few questions from back exercise: Chapter: 2 questions4, 5,6,7,8 Chapter: 3 questions5, 6,7,8,9 (1)Study the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Earlier, women s groups working on issues of domestic violence, The custom of dowry, sexual abuse at work and public places were active Mainly among urban middle-class women in different parts of the Country. Their work led to a realization those issues of injustice to women

3 and of gender inequalities were complicated in nature. During the decade of the eighties women s movement focused on issues of sexual violence against women within the family and outside. These groups ran a campaign against the system of dowry and demanded personal and property laws based on the norms of gender equality. Questions : (i) What is meant by gender inequality? Give any two examples of social evils related to this. (ii) Suggest any two measures to eradicate gender inequality. (iii) Mention any two issues of injustice to women. What is the most effective way to address these issues? (2)Study the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : Another section, mostly Kashmiris, believe that the autonomy conferred by Article 370 is not enough. A section of Kashmiris have expressed at least three major grievances. First, the promise that Accession would be referred to the people of the State after the situation created by tribal invasion was normalised, has not been fulfilled. This has generated the demand for a Plebiscite. Secondly, there is a feeling that the special federal status guaranteed by Article 370, has been eroded in practice. This has led to the demand for restoration of autonomy or Greater State Autonomy. Thirdly, it is felt that democracy which is practised in the rest of India has not been similarily institutionalised in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Questions : (i) What is meant by Plebiscite? (ii) What type of autonomy does the Article 370 ensure to the State concerned? (iii) State the incident referred to as tribal invasion in the given passage. (3) Study the passage given below and answer the questions that follow : Indira Gandhi had emerged as a towering leader with tremendous popularity. This was also the period when party competition became bitter and polarised. This period also witnessed tensions in the relationship between the government and the judiciary. The Supreme Court found many initiatives of the government to be violative of the Constitution. The Congress party took the position that this stand of the Court was against the principles of democracy and parliamentary supremacy. The Congress also alleged that the Court was a conservative

4 institution and it was becoming an obstacle in the way of implementing pro-poor welfare programmes. The parties opposed to the Congress felt that politics was becoming too personalised and that governmental authority was being converted into personal authority. (i) Which two achievements of Indira Gandhi as the Prime Minister made her a towering leader with tremendous popularity? (ii) Identify any one initiative of the government which was found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. (iii) Highlight the pro-poor welfare programmes which the Congress wanted to implement. (4) Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions : On the eve of Independence, India had before it, two models of modern development : the liberal capitalist model as in much of Europe and the U.S. and the socialist model as in the U.S.S.R. There were many in India then who were deeply impressed by the Soviet model of development. These included not just the leaders of the Communist Party of India, but also those of the Socialist Party and leaders like Nehru within the Congress. There were very few supporters of the American style capitalist development. (i) Differentiate between the two models of modern development under consideration before independent India. (ii) Which model of development did India adopt and why? (iii) Why did very few Indian leaders support the capitalist model? (5) Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions : Above all, the linguistic states underlined the acceptance of the principle of diversity. When we say that India adopted democracy, it does not simply mean that India embraced a democratic constitution, nor does it merely mean that India adopted the format of elections. The choice was larger than that. It was a choice in favour of recognising and accepting the existence of differences which could at times be oppositional. Democracy, in other words, was associated with plurality of ideas and ways of life. (i) What is meant by linguistic states? (ii) Why were linguistic states formed in India? Explain any two reasons. (iii) How is democracy in India associated with plurality of ideas and ways of life?

5 (6) Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions : The Naxalite Movement has used force to snatch land from the rich landowners and give it to the poor and the landless. Its supporters advocated the use of violent means to achieve their political goals. In spite of the use of preventive detention and other strong measures adopted by the West Bengal government..., the Naxalite Movement did not come to an end. In later years, it spread to many other parts of the country. (i) Why did the Naxalites prefer to use violence? (ii) Assess the positive role of the Naxalite Movement in spite of using violence. (iii) Suggest any two measures to contain this movement (7) Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions : Non-alignment as a strategy evolved in the Cold War context.... with the disintegration of USSR and the end of Cold War in 1991, non-alignment, both, as an international movement and as the core of India s foreign policy, lost some of its earlier relevance and effectiveness. (i) Why did India adopt non-alignment? (ii) Explain any two reasons for the loss of its relevance by the Non-Aligned Movement. (iii) How far do you agree that the Non-Aligned Movement has become an international movement? (8) Read the passage given below carefully and answer the following questions: The interim government took a firm stance against the possible division of India into smaller principalities of different sizes. The Muslim League opposed the Indian National Congress and took the view that the States should be free to adopt any course they liked. Sardar Patel, India s Deputy Prime Minister and the Home Minister during the crucial period, immediately after Independence, played a historic role in negotiation with the rulers of Princely States in bringing most of them into the Indian Union. (i) Which government has been referred to as the interim government? (ii) Why did Muslim league oppose the Indian National Congress? (iii) What makes the role of Sardar Patel a historic one? Explain.

6 (9) Read the passage given below carefully and answer the following questions: The new Congress had something that its big opponents lacked it had an issue, an agenda and a positive slogan. The Grand Alliance did not have a coherent political programme. Indira Gandhi said that the opposition alliance had only one common programme Indira Hatao. In contrast to this, she put forward a positive programme captured in the famous slogan Garibi Hatao. (i) Which Congress is being referred to as the New Congress? (ii) Highlight any two steps taken by Indira Gandhi to remove poverty. (iii) How far is it justified to call the opposition alliance as the Grand Alliance? (10) Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions : The United States dropped two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of.... The supporters of U.S. have argued that the dropping of the atomic bomb was necessary to end the war quickly and to stop further loss of American and Allied lives.... the consequence of the end of the Second World War was the rise of two new powers on the global stage with the ability to influence events anywhere on earth. (i) Identify the two new powers that rose on the global stage after the Second World War. (ii) Explain the outcome of the emergence of these two new powers. (iii) How could these powers influence events anywhere on earth? Explain.

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