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POLITICAL SCIENCE - I,University Of Pune Question Paper,I- B.S.L. (Sem. - II),2010 Question Paper

University Of Pune Question Paper
I- B.S.L. (Sem. - II)
Political Theory and Political Organization
(New) (2003 Pattern) (Theory)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 100
Instructions to the candidates:
1) Attempt any 5 questions in all.
2) All questions carry equal marks.
Q1) State the essential elements of ‘state’. Explain, in brief, the various theories
of origin of state.
Q2) Discuss the contributions of St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas to the
Medieval philosophy and jurisprudence.
Q3) Discuss Plato as an idealist philosopher. How relevant is his philosophy
Q4) Explain any two :
a) Concepts - Law, Rights and Justice.
b) Nation, Nationalism and Internationalism.
c) J.S. Mill as a liberal philosopher.
Q5) What do you know of Fabianism Syndicalism, Guild-Socialism and Robert
Owemism as democratic socialist philosophies? Is India a democratic-socialist
state. Comment.
Explain the various agencies of public opinion. State the importance of public
Q6) Explain the various doctrines of Karl Marx’s ideology of communist. How
did it spread in Russia?
Q7) Distinguish between Federal & Unitary state. Explain the basic features of
federal state. Comment on India as a federation.
Q8) Explain the forms and composition of legislature. Discuss its powers and
functions with reference to Indian Legislature.
What do you mean by independence of judiciary? Explain the conditions
necessary for its independence. State the powers & functions of judiciary.
Q9) Discuss the powers & functions of executive. Distinguish between
Parliamentary and presidential forms of executives with illustrations should
India change to presidential form of executive? Comment.
Explain territorial and proportional representation with illustrations. State
the qualifications necessary for a representative.
Q10)Short notes on any 4 :
a) Contributions of M.G. Renade & G.K. Gokhale
b) Universal Adult Franchise.
c) Judicial Review.
d) Liberty & equality.
e) State & government.
f) D.Nowroji.
g) Doctrine of checks & balances.
h) Functional Representation.

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