In UPSC Civil marxism pdf in hindi Mains exam, Political science Optional papers had 8 questions divided in 2 Sections. Role of NGO, Pressure Grp. There are EIGHT questions divided in two Sections and printed both in HINDI and in ENGLISH. Candidate has to attempt FIVE questions in all.
1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, THREE are to be attempted choosing at least ONE question from each Section. Booklet in the space provided. No marks will be given for answers written in medium other than the authorized one. Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to. Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off, attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly.
Any page or portion of the page left blank in the Question-cum-Answer Booklet must be clearly struck off. All silencing of discussion is an assumption of infallibility. Nationalism is not a mere political programme but a way of life like religion. India has thrown up a form of judicial democracy that has no parallel anywhere else, and has nurtured a kind of civil society that is uniquely its own. Comment on the view that socialism in the 21st century may be reborn as anti-capitalism. Examine the conditions that are required for the maintenance of legitimacy in modern societies. Evaluate the contributions of Buddhist tradition to Indian political thought.
Explicate the conception of justice in the critiques of communitarian theorists. Examine the conception of the State in the ideologies of Fascism and Marxism. How is liberty a precondition for equality? Explicate the relationship between equality and liberty. Explain how Machiavelli’s application of empirical method to human affairs marks an important stage in the evolution of political science. Central to Aristotle’s political thought is his classification of the different types of political constitutions in the Politics.
Explicate the features of deliberative democracy. Discuss the working of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes to curb violence against Dalits. Examine the scope and limitations of women’s movements in India. Explain how peasant movements promoted nationalist ideas during the struggle for Indian independence. Discuss the nature of reforms of the electoral process in India and explain the further scope for reforms. Examine the debates on the appointment procedure of judges to the higher judiciary in India.