Mangalore university Technology Arts - Political Science Semester 3- Political Processes in India Exam – Download Previous Year’s Question Papers
This 120 marks paper is divided into two sections; Part A has six questions out of which four must be attempted. All questions carry ten marks. Some of the questions in this section are: explain the meaning of Federalism and discuss some of the features of Indian Federalism, what are pressure groups and describe some of the pressure groups in India, explain the meaning and features of communalism in India, highlight the organization and functions of the Election Commission in India, discuss the impact of coalition politics in India and questions on current events like the background of women’s movements in India and the impact of Secularism. The Part B contains six questions which all have internal choice. They are essay type questions which all carry twenty marks; the candidate must answer any four. Some of the questions in this section are: write an essay on the electoral reforms in India, explain the features of Dalit movement in India, and explain the important features of the 73rd and 74th constitutional Amendment acts.