Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced a major modification in the Class 12 exam pattern from 2020. CBSE plans to introduce more MCQs in the board exams. As per the new exam pattern, at least 25% of the Class 12 Political Science question paper is expected to contain MCQs.
While students might perceive it as unchallenging or feel relaxed thinking they don’t need to write descriptive answers, cracking these still requires a lot of hard work and practice. Answering these questions correctly requires a lot of critical thinking. CBSE Board Class 12 Political Science Objective Questions will help the students with this.
Download Chapter wise Political Science Objective Questions
|1. Challenges of Nation-Building||Click Here|
|2. Era of One-Party Dominance||Click Here|
|3. Politics of Planned Development||Click Here|
|4. India's External Relations||Click Here|
|5. Challenges to the Congress System||Click Here|
|6. Crisis of the Democratic Order||Click Here|
|7. Rise of Popular Movements||Click Here|
|8. Regional Aspirations||Click Here|
|9. Recent Developments in Indian Politics||Click Here|
15 February, 2020, 12:30 pm
12 February, 2020, 1:40 pm