Friday, December 28, 2018

Dibrugarh University Arts Question Papers:POLITICAL SCIENCE (Major) (Indian Political Thought) ' November-2013

Course: 502
(Indian Political Thought)
Full Marks: 80
Pass Marks: 32
Time: 3 hours
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions

1. Answer/Choose the correct answer of the following: 1x8=8
  1. Kautilya supported separation of power
(Write Yes/No)
  1. The great scripture of Buddhism is Tripitaka/Mahabharata/Ramayana.
  2. Name the author of the book, Six Glorious Epochs of Indian History.
  3. What is the meaning of the concept of Tauhid in the political thinking of Muhammad Iqbal?
  4. For Gandhi, politics is one method of seeking a part of the whole truth.
(State True/False)
  1. What kind of society did the Indian National Congress accept for India at the Avadi Session in January, 1955?
  2. Who wrote the book, Sarvajanik Satyadharma Pustak?
  3. Dr. Ambedkar described himself as a ‘progressive radical’ and occasionally as a ‘progressive conservative’.
(State True/False).
2. Write on the following (within 150 words each): 4x4=16
  1. Kautilya’s ‘Danda Niti’
  2. Iqbal’s view on Theocracy.
  3. Nehru’s policy of ‘Non-Alignment’.
  4. Gandhi’s concept of ‘Swaraj’.
Answer the following questions (within 500 words each):
3. Critically analyze Kautilya’s concept of the State and its constituent elements. 4+8=12
Discuss the political implications of Buddhist political thinking.
4. Discuss V. D. Savarkar’s ideas of Hindutva. 11
Critically analyze Muhammad Iqbal’s view on Pan-Islamism or Islamic Universalism.

5. What is Satyagraha? Discuss various techniques of Satyagraha. 5+6=11
Make a critical note on Nehru’s ideas on Nationalism.
6. Examine the role of Jyotiba Phule as a social reformer. 11
Discuss Ambedkar’s ideas on a new social order.
7. Discuss briefly J. P. Narayan’s socialist ideas. 11
State and criticize M. N. Roy’s ideas on Radical Humanism.


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