Political Science Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World
Political Science Chapter 2 What is Democracy Why Democracy
Political Science Chapter 4 Electoral Politics
Political Science Chapter 3 Constitutional Design
Political Science Chapter 5 Working of Institutions
Political Science Chapter 6 Democratic Rights
Geography : Chapter 1 India – Size and Locationcation
Geography : Chapter 2 Physical Features of India
Geography : Chapter 3 Drainage
Geography : Chapter 4 Climate
Geography : Chapter 5 Nature Vegetation & Wildlife
Geography : Chapter 6 Population
Economics : Chapter 1 The Story of Village Palampur
Economics : Chapter 2 People as Resource
Economics : Chapter 3 Poverty as a Challenge
Economics : Chapter 4 Food Security in India
History : chapter 1 Events And Processes
History : Chapter 2 Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution
History : Chapter 4 Livelihoods, Economies and Societies
history : Chapter 3 Nazism and the Rise of Hitler
History : Chapter 5 Pastoralists in the Modern World
History : Chapter 6 Peasants and Farmers
History : Chapter 7 Everyday Life, Culture And Politics
History : Chapter 8 Clothing A Social History
Political Science Chapter 3 Constitutional Design
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Chapter 3 Constitutional Design
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Here are some false statements. Identify the mistake in each case and rewrite these
correctly based on what you have read in this chapter.
(a) Leaders of the freedom movement had an open mind about whether the country
should be democratic or not after independence.
(b) Members of the Constituent Assembly of India held the same views on all
provisions of the Constitution.
(c) A country that has a constitution must be a democracy.
(d) Constitution cannot be amended because it is the supreme law of a country.
Which of these was the most salient underlying conflict in the making of a
democratic constitution in South Africa?
(a) Between South Africa and its neighbours
(b) Between men and women
(c) Between the white majority and the black minority
(d) Between the coloured minority and the black majority
Which of these is a provision that a democratic constitution does not have?
(a) Powers of the head of the state
(b) Name of the head of the state
(c) Powers of the legislature
(d) Name of the country
Match the following leaders with their roles in the making of the Constitution:
Read again the extracts from Nehru's speech “Tryst with Destiny” and answer the
(a) Why did Nehru use the expression “not wholly or in full measure” in the first
(b) What pledge did he want the makers of the Indian Constitution to take?
(c) “The ambition of the greatest man of our generation has been to wipe every tear
from every eye”. Who was he referring to?
Here are some of the guiding values of the Constitution and their meaning. Rewrite
them by matching them correctly.
A friend from Nepal has written you a letter describing the political situation there.
Many political parties are opposing the rule of the king. Some of them say that the
existing constitution given by the monarch can be amended to allow more powers to
elected representatives. Others are demanding a new Constituent Assembly to write
a republican constitution. Reply to your friend giving your opinions on the subject.
Here are different opinions about what made India a democracy. How much
importance would you give to each of these factors?
(a) Democracy in India is a gift of the British rulers. We received training to work
with representative legislative institutions under the British rule.
(b) Freedom struggle challenged the colonial exploitation and denial of different
freedoms to Indians. Free India could not be anything but democratic.
(c) We are lucky to have leaders who had democratic convictions. The denial of
democracy in several other newly independent countries shows the important role of
Read the following extract from a conduct book for ‘married women’, published in
1912. ‘God has made the female species delicate and fragile both physically and
emotionally, pitiably incapable of self-defence. They are destined thus by God to
remain in male protection − of father, husband and son − all their lives. Women
should, therefore, not despair, but feel obliged that they can dedicate themselves to
the service of men’. Do you think the values expressed in this para reflected the
values underlying our constitution? Or does this go against the constitutional values?
Read the following statements about a constitution. Give reasons why each of these
is true or not true.
(a) The authority of the rules of the constitution is the same as that of any other law.
(b) Constitution lays down how different organs of the government will be formed.
(c) Rights of citizens and limits on the power of the government are laid down in the
(d) A constitution is about institutions, not about values.
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