UGC NET Political Science Answer Key – 2017 (Paper-II & III) 05 November 2017


CBSE UGC NET November 2017 Answer Key (Unofficial)

Exam: CBSE UGC NET
Date: 05 November 2017
Subject: Political Science

Disclaimer: This is an approximate key based on individual effort and you are required to use your own discretion while consulting this key. Official key will be released by CBSE UGC on its official website.

Also See: Subject Wise Answer Keys: CBSE UGC NET 05 November 2017

Paper II Answer Key [EudaimoniaIndia]

1. Compared to Kautilya’s Arthashastra, Machiavelli’s Prince is harmless. Who said?

A: Weber.

2. According to Plato, Justice is..?

A: One man one work, one class one duty.

3. Assertion and Reason

(a) Oakshott says Hobbes is the greatest political thinker produced by the English speaking people.
(b) No other thinker can match his philosophical foundations and clarity of thought.

A: (2)

4. Hegel’s dialetical method was:

A: to accept the Enlightenment’s philosophical method.

5. Who distinguished Young Marx from the Old Marx?

A: Althusser.

6. Gramsci characterised fascism as:

A: hegemonic revolution.

7. Assertion and Reason

(a) Gandhi was critical of the material civilisation and particularly detested the industrial revolution.
(b) He believed that Industrial Revolution was destroying deeper values.

A: 1

8. Roy-Lenin debate:

A: Colonial question.

9. deliberative democracy:

A: A theory that wants to usher in socialism by democratic means.

10. Why was behaviouralism short lived?

A: Inability to evolve consensus.

11. Assertion and Reason

According to Weber, comparative politics could be comprehended within the larger framework of culture, which he did by demolishing Marx’s theory of economic determinism.
As without this rejection, his theory was totally untenable.

A: (1)

Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

12. Assertion and Reason.

A: (3)

A is true but R is false.

13. Easton’s age of scientific method:

A: Twentieth century.

14. Aristotle’s classification of constitutions was based on:

A: ways and means of perpetuating in power.

15. semi-presidential system:

A: France.

16. Comments on Britons conservative party and labour party:

A: Robert Michels.

17. Bureaucratic authoritarianism is a variant of :

A: Military Rule.

18. Capitalist democracies converging around a shared set of values and characteristics :

A: Modernization theory.

19. Revolution meant a drastic sudden substitution of one group in charge of the running of a territorial political entity by another?

A: Hannah Ardent.

20. Chronological order:

A: Swaraj Party, Nehru Report, Communal Award, Poona Pact, Third Round Table Conference.

21. Legitimation crisis as an alternative to weberian approach to legitimacy was developed by:

A: Habermas and Offe.

22. Cabinet Mission did not recognise:

A: Sikhs.

23. What comes within the ambit of Article 21:

A: right to shelter, right to reputation and right to pure drinking water.

24. Cases which reflect the basic structure of the constitution:

A: Indira Nehru Gandhi V. Raj Narain
K. Bharati V. State of Kerala
Minerva Mills V. Union of India.

25. Rules: Department related parliamentary standing committees:

A: —-

26. Seat reserved for religion in state assembly:

A: Goa.

27. Pairs not correctly matched:

A: national commission to review the working of the constitution: NDA 1

28. Not a member of Sarkaria Commission:

A: G V Ramakrishna.

29. EC has become a three member body:

A: 1993.

30. Chronological order:

A: Champaran, Bardoli, Tebhaga, Singur.

31. Precursor of the Ecological Approach:

A: Systems Approach.

32. Match the following:

A: Classical Theory: Henry Fayol
Human relations Theory: Elton Mayo
Decision Making Ttheory: Herbert Simon
Public Choice Theory: V. Ostrom

33. Six qualities of an administrator propounded by:

A: Fayol.

34. Bureaucracy bias towards party interests:

A: Patronage bureaucracy.

35. Example for auxiliary agency:

A: Public works department.

36. Excluded from the RTI Act:

A: CBI-RAW-CRPF.

37. Financial year should commence from January 1 and ends on 31st december:

A: L K Jha Committee.

38. Types of training for future recruits for the public service:

A: Pre-entry training.

39. Central Vigilance Commission:

A: a, b, c, and d. (All options are correct).

40. Assertion and Reason

The expenditure charged on the consolidated fund of India is not subject to the vote of parliament.
It is in the nature of oblogatory payment.

A: Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

41. Game theory combination:

A: Mathematics and Logic.

42. MTCR:

A: a, b, and c.

China is not a member—India is a member— Aims at retricting complete rocket systems.

43. what is not a just war:

A: Be undeclared.

44. War on terrorism:

A: G W Bush Jr.

45. Balance of power favours:

A: Cooperation.

46. Match the Following:

A: (1)

Andrew Linklater: The Transformation of political community.
F. Clark: Cooperation under Anarchy
Kenneth Oye: Hegemony in International Studies
J A Tickner: Gendering World Politics

47. Assertion and Reason.

India is seeking permanent membership of security Council of UNO.
India is a Nuclear power.

A: Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

48. Match the following:

A: (4)

Nixon Doctrine: Pursuit of Peace
Kennedy Doctrine: Forein policy initiative for Latin America
Reagan Doctrine: Support to anti-guerilla
Clinton Doctrine: Intervention to prevent genocide.

49. statements regarding NAM:

A: (1)

Julius Nyerere-a founding member of NAM
India hosted seventh NAM summit
Seventeenth NAM summit held at Venezuela


50. Not part of Three Pillars of R2P:

A: (3)

It is the responsibility of international community to protect people from crimes against humanity.

Paper III  Answer Key [by Ravi Ranjan]

Question Answer Question Answer Question Answer
Q1 D Q26 A Q51 A
Q2 C Q27 C Q52 D
Q3 B Q28 B Q53 B
Q4 C Q29 A Q54 D
Q5 B Q30 D Q55 B
Q6 A Q31 C Q56 D
Q7 C Q32 A Q57 D
Q8 D Q33 D Q58 A
Q9 D Q34 C Q59 D
Q10 B Q35 C Q60 C
Q11 D Q36 D Q61 B
Q12 C Q37 B Q62 D
Q13 B Q38 B Q63 C
Q14 B Q39 A Q64 B
Q15 A Q40 B Q65 A
Q16 B Q41 B Q66 B
Q17 B Q42 B Q67 C
Q18 B Q43 D Q68 D
Q19 D Q44 B Q69 A
Q20 D Q45 C Q70 C
Q21 B Q46 D Q71 C
Q22 A Q47 A Q72 B
Q23 C Q48 C Q73 A
Q24 D Q49 A Q74 C
Q25 A Q50 C Q75 A

Also See: Subject Wise Answer Keys: CBSE UGC NET 05 November 2017

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Disclaimer: This is an approximate key based on individual effort and you are required to use your own discretion while consulting this key. Official key will be released by CBSE UGC on its official website.

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