The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Class 12 Political Science paper on 06 March 2020 at various examination centres across the country. Political Science is an important subject for class 12th students of arts stream. Here is the paper analysis and review about Political Science exam.
Class 12 Political Science Paper Pattern
CBSE Class 12 Political Science Paper 2020 consisted of 34 questions. All these questions were arranged in different formats as follows:
|Questions||Marks per Question||Total Marks|
|1-20||1 mark||20 marks|
|21-23||2 marks||6 marks|
|24-27||4 marks||16 marks|
|28-30||5 marks||15 marks|
|31||5 marks||5 marks|
|32-34||6 marks||18 marks|
Part A: Contemporary World Politics (40 Marks)
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- Cold War Era
- The End of bipolarity
- US Hegemony in World Politics
- Alternative centres of power
- Contemporary South Asia
- International Organizations
- Security in Contemporary World
- Environment and Natural Resources
Part B: Politics in India since Independence (40 Marks)
- Challenges of Nation Building
- Er of One-Party Dominance
- Politics of Planned Development
- India’s External relations
- Challenges to the Congress System
- Crisis of the Democratic Order
- Rise of Popular Movements
- Recent Developments in Indian Politics
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CBSE Class 12 Political Science Paper Analysis & Student Feedback
The feedback of the students about the class 12th Political Science Paper is given below.
Ankit Vaswani, Centre Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur: It was good. Maps were very easy while 1 markers bit tricky. Time was perfect, could complete it on time. I expect good marks.
Rajat Joshi, Centre Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur: The paper was quite easy. It was not lengthy. The 6 markers were a bit difficult but I was able to solve them. The questions were straight forward and I was able to complete the paper in the given time.
Ayan Bharatey, Centre Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur: The paper was fantastic. It was not at all difficult. It completely depends on how you study. There were many questions on social issues and everything was from the syllabus and. Some were tricky but I was able to solve them.
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