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BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION, A.P, HYDERABAD 
CIVICS PAPER – II  
MODEL QUESTION PAPER –II 
 
 
TIME; 3 HOURS                                                                         MAX. MARKS: 100 
 
 
                                                                SECTION – A                                 3 x 10 = 30                                                                                                                                      
Answer ANY THREE of the following questions in 40 lines each 
 
 
1.
 
Explain the basic features of the Indian Constitution. 
2.
 
Explain the directive principles of state policy has provided in the Indian 
Constitution. 
3.
 
Explain the powers of the President of India. 
4.
 
Explain the structure, powers and functions of Lok Sabha. 
5.
 
Explain the role of the district collector in district administration. 
 
 
                                                      SECTION – B                                  8 X 5 = 40 
 
 
Answer ANY EIGHT of the following questions in 20 lines each. 
 
 
6.
 
Briefly mention the main provisions of 1935 act. 
7.
 
Mention the fundamental duties as enshrined in the Indian Constitution. 
8.
 
Describe the composition of the Supreme Court of India. 
9.
 
Explain any three powers of the High Court of a state. 
10.
 
Bring out any five differences between a State and Union territory. 
11.
 
Mention the recommendations of Sarkaria Commission on Centre – State 
relations. 
12.
 
What are the reasons for the growth of regional parties in India? 
13.
 
Mention any five of the Electoral Reforms. 
14.
 
Mention the structure and functions of Union Public Service Commission. 
15.
 
Explain U.P.S.C functions. 
16.
 
Briefly explain the internal determinants of Foreign Policy. 
17.
 
Mention the powers of the Security Council. 
 
 
                                      SECTION – C                                                 15 X 2 = 30 
 
 
Answer ANY FIFTEEN of the following questions in 5 lines each. 
18.
 
Chauri – Chaura incident. 
19.
 
Drafting committee of the Constitution. 
20.
 
Mention any four sources of the Indian Constitution. 
21.
 
Secular State. 
22.
 
 Newly incorporated directive principles of State Policy. 
23.
 
Mention two functions of Vice – President of India. 
24.
 
Pardon. 
25.
 
Mention any two differences between Ordinary and Financial Bills. 
 
 
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BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION, A.P, HYDERABAD 
CIVICS PAPER – II  
MODEL QUESTION PAPER –II 
 
 
TIME; 3 HOURS                                                                         MAX. MARKS: 100 
 
 
                                                                SECTION – A                                 3 x 10 = 30                                                                                                                                      
Answer ANY THREE of the following questions in 40 lines each 
 
 
1.
 
Explain the basic features of the Indian Constitution. 
2.
 
Explain the directive principles of state policy has provided in the Indian 
Constitution. 
3.
 
Explain the powers of the President of India. 
4.
 
Explain the structure, powers and functions of Lok Sabha. 
5.
 
Explain the role of the district collector in district administration. 
 
 
                                                      SECTION – B                                  8 X 5 = 40 
 
 
Answer ANY EIGHT of the following questions in 20 lines each. 
 
 
6.
 
Briefly mention the main provisions of 1935 act. 
7.
 
Mention the fundamental duties as enshrined in the Indian Constitution. 
8.
 
Describe the composition of the Supreme Court of India. 
9.
 
Explain any three powers of the High Court of a state. 
10.
 
Bring out any five differences between a State and Union territory. 
11.
 
Mention the recommendations of Sarkaria Commission on Centre – State 
relations. 
12.
 
What are the reasons for the growth of regional parties in India? 
13.
 
Mention any five of the Electoral Reforms. 
14.
 
Mention the structure and functions of Union Public Service Commission. 
15.
 
Explain U.P.S.C functions. 
16.
 
Briefly explain the internal determinants of Foreign Policy. 
17.
 
Mention the powers of the Security Council. 
 
 
                                      SECTION – C                                                 15 X 2 = 30 
 
 
Answer ANY FIFTEEN of the following questions in 5 lines each. 
18.
 
Chauri – Chaura incident. 
19.
 
Drafting committee of the Constitution. 
20.
 
Mention any four sources of the Indian Constitution. 
21.
 
Secular State. 
22.
 
 Newly incorporated directive principles of State Policy. 
23.
 
Mention two functions of Vice – President of India. 
24.
 
Pardon. 
25.
 
Mention any two differences between Ordinary and Financial Bills. 
 
 
26. Judicial Review. 
27. What are the qualifications prescribed for the appointment of the Governor? 
28. Concurrent List. 
29. Mention any four Union territories in India. 
30. Grama Sabha. 
31. Give two examples of All India Parties. 
32. Bahujan Samaj Party. 
33. Chief Election Commissioner. 
34. Mention any four characteristics of Public Services. 
35. SAARC. 
36. Mention the principles of Panchasheel. 
37. Aims of U.N.O. 
 
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1. What is the importance of studying history in CBSE Class 11?
Ans. Studying history in CBSE Class 11 is important as it helps students understand the past, how societies have evolved, and how events have shaped the present. It enables students to develop critical thinking, analytical skills, and a better understanding of the world around them.
2. What are the main topics covered in the CBSE Class 11 History syllabus?
Ans. The main topics covered in the CBSE Class 11 History syllabus include Ancient India, Medieval India, Modern India, and World History. Ancient India covers topics like Indus Valley Civilization, Vedic Period, Mauryan Empire, etc. Medieval India focuses on the Delhi Sultanate, Mughal Empire, etc. Modern India covers the British Raj, Indian National Movement, etc. World History includes topics like the French Revolution, Industrial Revolution, World Wars, etc.
3. How can I effectively prepare for the CBSE Class 11 History exam?
Ans. To effectively prepare for the CBSE Class 11 History exam, you can follow these tips: - Read the NCERT textbook thoroughly and make notes of important points. - Understand the concepts and historical events in detail. - Practice answering previous years' question papers to get familiar with the exam pattern. - Make a study schedule and allocate time for revision and practice. - Discuss and clarify doubts with teachers or classmates. - Use visual aids like maps, charts, and diagrams to understand and remember information better.
4. Are there any reference books that can help in CBSE Class 11 History exam preparation?
Ans. While the NCERT textbook is the primary resource for CBSE Class 11 History exam preparation, some reference books can provide additional insights and practice. Some popular reference books for CBSE Class 11 History include "Themes in World History" by D.C. Dutt, "Ancient India" by R.S. Sharma, "Medieval India" by Satish Chandra, and "Modern India" by Bipin Chandra.
5. How are the CBSE Class 11 History exams evaluated?
Ans. The CBSE Class 11 History exams are evaluated based on the marking scheme provided by the board. The exams usually consist of a mix of objective-type questions, short answer questions, and long answer questions. Each question carries specific marks, and the total marks for the exam are predetermined. The answer sheets are evaluated by trained examiners following the marking scheme to assess the students' knowledge, understanding, and presentation skills.
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