B.A. LLB 6th Semester Political Science-6 Important question 2024

In this post, b.a. llb 6th semester political science-6 important questions have been given for 2024. 

These questions have been taken from many previous question papers and question banks. 

These include those questions which have been asked many times in the previous examinations and can also be asked in the upcoming examinations. 

Therefore, try to write accurate and unique answers. 

This set of questions has been prepared based on previous B.A LLB 6th sem Political Science-VI question paper. 

This will help you understand the pattern of questions asked in the exam question paper. 

Questions from feminism and Indian politics question paper have also been included in these questions. 

Write these questions in sequence in the notebook of LLB Political Science 6. 

After that read the relevant chapter of the textbook until your concept is clear on the topic. 

Now try to write the answers to all these questions in your own words. 

You will be able to remember the answers written in this way easily and for a long time and can also do revision before the exam in less time. 

If you have difficulty writing the answers or understanding the questions, contact your professor and get the solution. 

All the questions here are necessary, so do not skip any questions. 

In the examination hall, some important instructions are given for writing answers to the questions on the first page of the B.A LLB sixth semester political science question paper. 

You must read them before writing the answer. 

Write the answer in as many words as you are directed to write the answer. 

Your answer should be kept to the point. 

Let us solve these questions.

Political Science-VI (Feminism And Indian Politics) Questions

Political Science-vi Important Questions For BA LLB 6th Semester 2024

  • Who is the chairman of NDC (National Development Council)?
  • Discuss the methods by which the Legislature maintains control over the Administration. 
  • Discuss the various causes of Corruption. 
  • Explain the main provision of the Right to Information Act, 2005.
  • Examine the relationship between Civil Servants and Ministers.
  • Define "Public Administration" and examine the nature and scope of Public Administration.
  • Bring out the Socio-economic objectives of planning in India.
  • Discuss the various causes of corruption.
  • Discuss the role of the National Rural Health Mission.
  • Examine the relationship between Civil Servants and Ministers.
  • Discuss the role of the planning commission in the policy formation of India.
  • Critically analyze the term New Public Administration and states its main objectives.
  • To what extent information technology has influenced administration?.
  • What are the main principles of sound budget?
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Objective of Training (b) Functions of budget.
  • Critically analyze the role of Privatization in Public Administration.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Recruitment in Civil Service (b) Features of Good Governance.
  • Explain the role of Government with regard to Education as the Basic Public Service in India. 
  • Examine the stages in the growth of Public Administration as an academic discipline. 
  • Define the term Recruitment and mention the problems of recruitment faced by the Government sectors. 
  • Describe the role of public administration in the age of globalization and liberalization. 
  • Define the term Good Governance. Examine the various features of Good Governance.
  • Describe the construction and functions of the Union Public Service Commission.
  • Examine the Budgetary process in India.
  • Explain Taylor's scientific management philosophy. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Bureaucracy (b) NITI Aayog (c) Neutrality in Civil Service. 
  • Examine the provisions of the Lokpal in India.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Objectives of Indira Awaaz Yojana (b) Hierarchy as the Principle of administration (c) Office of Lokpal.
  • Critically analyze the term New Public Administration and states its main objectives.
  • Discuss the role and functions of the comptroller and auditor general of India.
  • Examine the role of privatization in Public Administration. 
  • Define the term Good Governance and examine the various barriers to Good Governance. 
  • Clarify the difference between line and staff agency. Describe the functions of a staff agency. 
  • Discuss the 4 bases of organization. 
  • Describe the main administrative functions of the Chief Executive. Explain that the 'Chief Executive is the general manager of the public administration'.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) New Public Management (b) POSBCORB as elements of Administration.
  • What are the Public Corporations? Describe the parliamentary control over these corporations. 
  • Write a short note on the following:- (a) Role of Public Administration in the Welfare State (b) Central Vigilance Commission.

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