Why did the people of China not receive the benefits of the reforms when its economy had improved dramatically? Explain giving any two reasons.
Concept: The Rise of the Chinese Economy
The objective of ASEAN is not restricted only to accelerating economic growth. Explain the statement.
Concept: Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Name any four countries that are included in South Asia.
Concept: What is South Asia?
Evaluate any three benefits of globalization.
Evaluate any three effects of globalization on the role of the state in developing countries.
Concept: India and Resistance to Globalisation
Analyse that globalisation is about worldwide inter-connectedness.
Evaluate the role of technology in globalisation.
Concept: India and Globalisation
In the given political map of India, four states have been marked as A, B, C, and D. Identify these states on the basis of the information given below and write their correct names in your answer book along with the respective serial number of the information used and the concerned alphabet as per the format that follows:
- The state to which Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur, Health Minister in Nehru's Cabinet, belonged.
- The state to which former Congress President. S. Nijalingappa, belonged.
- The state where Karpoori Thakur was the Chief Minister.
- The State to which the political party DMK belongs.
|S. No. of the Information used||Concerned alphabet||Name of the State|
Concept: Nehru's Approach to Nation-building
Explain any four reasons for the dominance of the Congress Party in the first three general elections in India.
Concept: Nature of Congress Dominance at the National Level
Highlight any two major problems faced by the Election Commission of India for holding the first General Election in 1952.
Concept: Challenge of Building Democracy
Examine the major issues which led to the split of Congress part in 1969.
Concept: Congress Split and Reconstitution
Highlight the importance of the strategy of 'Non-Congressism' forwarded by Ram Manohar Lohia in the 1967 general election.
Concept: Fourth General Elections, 1967
Why is the Presidential election in 1969 in India considered 'Historical'?
Concept: Split in the Congress
Analysis of any two effects of the Emergency declared in 1975 on the politics of India.
Concept: Declaration of Emergency
In the given outline political map of India, four states have been marked as A, B, C, and D. With the help of the information given below, identify them and write their correct names in your answer book along with the serial number of the information used and the related alphabet in the map as per the format given below:
- The state to which Jai Prakash Narain belonged.
- The State where the Indian National Congress won most of the Lok Sabha seats in the 1977 elections.
- The State from where Raj Narain contested the Lok Sabha seat against Indira Gandhi in the 1977 election.
- The State where Janata Party won all the Lok Sabha seats in the 1977 election.
S. No. of the Information used Related alphabet is given in the MAP. Name of the State (i) ______ ______ (ii) ______ ______ (iii) ______ ______ (iv) ______ ______
Concept: 1977 Elections and the Format on of Janata Party
Explain the concept of 'Total Revolution' advocated by Jayaprakash Narayan.
Concept: Navnirman Movement in Gujarat and the Bihar Movement
Why are coalition governments formed? Explain.
Concept: Era of Coalitions
Highlight any three factors that you think are responsible for the victory of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the 2019 election continuously for the second time.
Concept: Era of Coalitions
Highlight any three issues that affected Indian politics after 1989.
Concept: Context of the 1990s
Why was the judgement in the Shah Bano case challenged? Explain.
Concept: Communalism, Secularism, Democracy