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1 [ITEM NO.:07] Important Questions for the final Examination For B.A. First Year (Honours) (Part - I) Students: Principles of Political Theory Paper: I; Half: I Questions containing 15 Marks: 01. What is political theory? What do you understand by Revival of Political Theory? 02. What is meant by Normative Approach? What are its features? 03. Critically discuss the main features of Behavioral Approach. 04. What is meant by Post-Behavioral Movement? How does it differ from Behavioral Approach? 05. Discuss the liberal political perspectives of John Locke. 06. Discuss the utilitarian aspects of liberalism following Jeremy Bentham. 07. Can J.S. Mill be treated as a liberal thinker? Argue your case. 08. Critically explain G.W.F. Hegel s idea of state. 09. Elucidate John Rawls theory of justice in detail? 10. Discuss Robert Nozick s idea of Libertarianism. 11. What is Globalization? How has it been a threat to sovereignty? 12. What do you understand by Obligation? What are its prime bases? 13. What do mean by Human Rights? What are its main hindrances to be actualized? 14. What is Democracy? Explain how its nature has changed since the World War II.

2 Questions containing 6 marks: 01. What are the main features of Post-Behaviouralism? 02. What are the basic differences between normative and empirical Approaches to politics? 03. What is meant by neo-liberalism? 04. Identify the features of Idealist theory of State. 05. Why John Locke is considered as the Father of liberalism? 06. What does F.A. Hayek mean by the term serfdom? 07. What do you understand by Crisis of sovereignty? 08. Explain the relevance of the notion of Human rights. 09. Briefly discuss the relationship among equality, liberty and justice. 10. Elucidate the concept of Law. 11. What is Natural Right? 12. What do you understand by Right to resistance? Paper: I; Half: II Questions containing 15 Marks: 1. What is Marxism? Discuss its basic Features. 2. What is Dialectical Materialism? Explain its laws with suitable examples. 3. Discuss Historical Materialism in detail. 4. What is meant by Class? Elucidate the Marxist theory of Class Struggle. 5. State is an instrument of class oppression - explain. 6. Discuss Antonio Gramsci s concept of Hegemony.

3 7. Illuminate the themes of debate on party between Lenin and Rosa Luxemburg. 8. Discuss Mao-Tse-Dong s idea of New Democracy. Questions containing 6 marks: 01.Define Dialectical Materialism? 02. What are the main reasons for the development of capitalism identified by Marx? 03.Briefly discuss objective and subjective conditions of Revolution. 04. What is the nature of the Socialist Society? 05. What is meant by Dictatorship of Proletariat? 06. According to Marx, how the state will fade away? 07. What are the main features of Civil society outlined by Gramsci? 08. Explain the relationship between the base and superstructure.

4 Important Questions for the final Examination For B.A. First Year (Honours) (Part - I) Students: Comparative Constitutional Systems Paper: II; Half: I Questions containing 15 Marks: 1. Discuss the salient characteristics of the federal system. 2. Explain the role of Procuracy in China. 3. Compare the unitary political system with the federal political system. 4. Discuss the characteristic of the cabinet system in U.K. do you Agree with the idea of cabinet dictatorship? 5. Compare the power of the speakers of the UK & USA. 6. Give arguments to prove the relevance of the monarchy in the British political system. 7. Describe Dicey s theory on the rule law? 8. Describe the powers and functions of the crown in Britain. 9. Describe the powers and position of prime minister in Britain. 10. Discuss the functions and position of the speaker of the House of Commons. 11. Her Majesty s opposition in no idle phase Explain. 12. Why senate is called the most powerful chamber of the World? 13. Discuss the role of Supreme Court in the process of judicial Review. 14. Discuss the Features of the American party system. 15. Discuss the main Characteristics of the constitutions of china. 16. Discuss the composition, power and functions of the National People s Congress of China.

5 Important Questions for the final Examination For B.A. Second Year (Honours) (Part - II) Students: Government and Politics in India Paper: III; Half: I Questions containing 15 marks: 01. Discuss the main features of the Indian Constitution. 02. What is meant by Fundamental rights? Discuss their characteristics. 03. Discuss the right to freedom as described in the Constitution of India. 04. Right a note on the right to religion under the Constitution of India. 05. Describe the fundamental duties enlisted in the Constitution of India. 06. Discuss the administrative between the centre and state in India. 07. Discuss the power, functions and status of the president of India. 08. Explain the emergency power of the President of India. 09.Discuss the power and functions of the Speaker of Loksabha. 10. Point out the power and constitutional position of the Governor. 11. Describe the composition and functions of the state legislature. 12. Point out the role of Supreme Court as the guardian and interpreter of the Indian Constitution. 13. Write a note on Judicial activism. 14. Describe the methods of amending of the Constitution of India. 15.Point out the power and position of the Chief Minister of an Indian state.

6 Questions containing 6 marks: 01. Write a short note of the significance Preamble to the Constitution of India. 02.Discuss the characteristics of the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of India. 03.Discuss the Right to Equality under the Constitution of India. 04.Write a short note on the right against exploitation under the Constitution of India. 05.Distinguish between the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles. 06. Write a short note on the financial relation between centre and state. 07.Point out the nature of Indian Federal and partly Unitary Discuss. 08.Discuss the method of election and removal of the President of India. 09.Discuss the power of Prime Minister in India. 10.Discuss the functions of Union Legislature. 11.Point out the relationship between Loksabha and Rajyasabha. 12.Describe the process of passing Ordinary Bill in Indian Parliament. 13.Point out the powers and functions of High Court in Indian State. 14.Evaluate the role of Lok Adalat. 15.Write a note on the Committee System in Indian Parliament.

7 Paper: III; Half: I Questions containing 15 marks: 1. Discuss the main features in the Indian Party System. 2. Evaluate the ideology and programmers of a national political party. 3. Point out the recent trends in party system. 4. Write a note on coalition politics in Indian political system. 5. Discuss the powers and functions of the Election Commission in India. 6. Discuss the nature of demands and suggestions for electoral reforms in India. 7. Discuss the special provision of the Constitution relating to S.C and S.T. 8. Discuss the composition and functions of the Union Public Service Commission. 9. Describe power and functions of the District magistrate. 10. Asses the role of Panchayat Raj system in West Bengal.

8 Important Questions for the Final Examination For B.A. Second Year (Honours) (Part-II) Students Western Political Thought Paper: IV; Half: I Questions containing 15 Marks: 01.Critically discuss Plato s concept of ideal just state. 02. Discuss Plato s idea of communism. How it is related to his theory of state? 03. Discuss Aristotle s theory of state. How does it differ from that of the Plato s? 04.What are the features of the Roman law? How was it influenced by the Stoic philosophy? 05. Asses Cicero s concept of republican state. What are its limitations? 06. Discuss St Augustine s political philosophy. What are the basic differences between the City of God and the Earthly City? 07. Critically discuss St Thomas Aquinas s political ideas with respect to the medieval political theology. 08. Discuss the political ideas of Marcilo of Padua. What is new to his political philosophy? 09. Asses Niccollo Machiavelli s contributions to the modern Western political Thought. 10. Discuss the political thought of Martin Luther. 11. How does Jean Bodin see Sovereignty? What are its limitations?

9 Questions containing 6 marks: 01. Trace the main tenets of Greek political thought. 02. What are the chief differences between the Greek and roman political thought? 03. What is the relevance of Plato s idea of education? 04. What are the features of stoic philosophy? 05. How Stoicism influences the roman theory of law? 06. What are the main features of medieval political thought? 07. Briefly discuss the political thought of Marcilio of Padua. 08.What is Renaissance? Describe its political tenets in brief. 09. How Machiavelli separates politics from morality? 10. What is the relevance of Bodin s concept of Sovereignty in the context of emergent nation-state? Paper: IV; Half: II Questions containing 15 Marks: 01. Can Hobbes be considered as the Founder of Science of Politics? Argue your case. 02. Discuss Hobbes s theory of sovereignty. 03. Locke is the father of liberalism - elucidate. 04. Critically explain Rousseau s concept of General will. 05. Discuss Bentham s Utilitarian theory. Has it s a liberal character?

10 06. How J.S Mill modifies Bentham s ideas of Utilitarianism? Explain in detail. 07. Discuss J.S Mill s theory of liberty and democracy. 08. Discuss Hegel s theory of ideal state. What are the criticisms against it? 09. Discuss Hegel s notion of Civil Society. What are differences between Marxian and the Hegelian concept of civil society? 10. Write a note on German Revisionism. 11. What is Anarchism? What are its basic features? How does it differ from Marxism? 12. What is the contribution of Bakhunin to the anarchist theory of state and society?

11 Important Questions for the Final Examination For B.A. Third Year (Honours) (Part-III) Students International Relations Paper-V; Half-I Questions containing 15 marks 1) Write an essay on Morganthau s six principles of Realism. 2) Examine the problems and prospects of SAARC. 3) Analyse the major factors that influenced China s foreign policy in the postcold war years. 4) Discuss the significance of the expansion of NATO in the post cold war period. 5) Examine the problems and prospects of ASEAN as a regional organization. 6) Discuss the significance of Maastricht Treaty in the process of unification of Europe. 7) Examine Morton Kaplan s contribution to the System approach to international politics. 8) Write a brief easy on the institutional structure of the European Union. 9) Discuss the USA s South Asia policy after 9/11. 10) Make an assessment of the CTBT as an instrument of containing nucler proliferation.

12 Questions containing 6 marks: 1) Explain the Realist Theory of Morgenthau? 2) How does Morgenthau classify the elements of national power? 3) What is mean by Balance of Power? 4) What is meant by Terrorism? 5) What is meant by Third World? 6) How does geographical location influence India s foreign policy? 7) What do you mean by Buffer State? 8) What is escape clause in the UN Charter? Why is it called so? 9) What are the basic objectives of foreign policy of a state? 10) What is the essence of neo-colonialism? Questions containing 15 marks: Paper-V; Half-II 1) What is Globalization? Does it negate State sovereignty? Give reasons. 2) Explain the role of the Secretary General of the UNO? What is intervation. 3) Write a note on Panchsheel. 4) What are the jurisdictions of the International Court of Justice. 5) Write a note on Cold-War. 6) Discuss the importance of leadership as an element of national power. 7) Write an essay on U.S. policy towards India.

13 8) Examine the implications of the emergence of China as a major actor in international relation today. 9) Do you think the collapse of the Soviet Union marked the end of the cold war? Justify your answer. 10) Assess the state of Human Right in the age of Globalization. Questions containing 6 marks: 1) What do you mean by actors in International Politics? 2) What is NAM? Is the NAM relevant anymore? Give reasons. 3) What are the difference between Non-alignment and Neutrality? 4) How are the decisions taken in the General Assembly of the U.N.O? 5) What do you mean by Human Rights? 6) What is double veto? 7) Distinguish between Entente and Détente? 8) What is diplomacy? Distinguish between foreign policy and diplomacy. 9) Write the fundamental objectives of CTBT. 10) Mention any six objectives of SAARC.

14 Important Questions for the Final Examination For B.A. Third Year (Honours) (Part-III) Students Political Sociology Paper-VII; Half-I Questions containing 15 marks: 01. What are the social bases of politics? Distinguish between Political Sociology and Sociology of politics. 02. Define Nationalism. Discuss how the process of nation building was held in Western Europe? 03. Discuss Elite theory of Pareto. What are the criticisms against it? 04. Explain Elite theory of Moska. Point out its limitations. 05. Compare between elitist and Marxist notions of social change with suitable examples. 06.What is meant by Caste? Discuss its role in the politics of India. 07. What do you mean by Gender? Discuss how it is intertwined with politics? 08. Trace out the changing aspects of gender perspective since eighth century? 09. What is Power? Explain the importance of power in the study of political sociology? 10.Explain the types of Authority following max Weber. 11. Compare between Liberal and Socialist political systems. 12. What is Fascism? Critically discuss its main tenets? 13. What is Communalism? Why it is important to study in the context of Indian society and politics.

15 Paper-VII; Half-I 01. Define political party. What are its roles and functions in the liberal democratic political system? 02. What is a Pressure Group? Identify its roles in the democratic system. 03. Discuss the features and functions of bureaucracy following Max Weber. 04. Discuss the role of bureaucracy in the political development in a third world country. 05.What is Political Culture? What are its types? How political culture influences the society? 06. What is political socialization? What are its prime agencies? 07. What is meant by Development? How development and modernization are connected? 08. What are the main causes for the military to intervene in the internal politics?

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