Sunday, August 21, 2016

IGNOU MHI-04 Political Structures in India 2015 Question Paper

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Question Paper
Term-End Examination June, 2015
Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
Note : Answer any five questions in about 500 words each. Attempt at least two questions from each
section. All questions carry equal marks.
1. Discuss the nature of politics between 3rd century A.D. to 6th century A.D. 20
2. What are the various perspectives regarding transition to early medieval period ? 20
3. Critically examine the 18th century debate. 20
4. Evaluate the nature of colonial state. 20
5. Write short notes in about 250 words each on the following : 10+10
(a) Textual sources on statecraft under the Delhi Sultanate
(b) Theory of sovereignty under the Mughals

6. Discuss the colonial policy towards education in late 19th century. 20
7. Describe the administrative structure of the independent Sultanate of Malwa in the 15th century. 20
8. Explain the working of the Mansab and Jagir system under the Mughals. 20
9. Discuss the various steps taken by the British Colonial power to establish a constitutional
framework in India. Critically examine the nature of this constitutional system. 20
10. Write short notes in about 250 words each on any two of the following : 10+10
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