Political Science Paper I

POLITICAL SCIENCE
paper I MCQs

1- The main book which presents the Montesquieu's philosophy:
a) the Persian letters
b) Prince
c) The spirit of Law
d) None of these
2- Leviathan is a book written by:
a) Rousseau
b) locke
c) Hobbes
d) None of these
3- Al-Farabi translated the work of:
a) Aristotle
b) Plato
c) Montequieu
d) none of these
4- Al-Farabi made everlasting contribution to:
a) Political thought
b) Sociology
c) History
d) none of these
5- Al-Ghazali was appointed in Nizamia College as a professor of:
a) Theology
b) Sociology
c) economics
d) none of these
6- Asbiyah was the term used by:
a) Turkish
b) Spanish
c) Arabs
d) none
7- " The economics is the factor causing revolutions, movements or wars" is the claim of:
a) Mao
b) Karl Marx
c) lenin
d) none
8- Dr. Iqbal graduated in the year of:
a) 1887
b) 1889
c) 1885
d) none
9- Jean Bodin presented the concept of sovereignty in the book of:
a) Republic
b) Lectures on jurisprudence
c) Republica
d) none
10- According to which view, the law and libert are opposite to each other:
a) Liberalism
b) Communism
c) Individualism
d) none
11- The term "elite" was first began to use in:
a) France and Germany
b) U.K and U.S
c) U.S and U.S.S.R
d) none
12- The constitution is not written and rigid in:
a) Confedration
b) Federation
c) Unitary state
d) none
13- A voluntary union of sovereign and independent states is called:
a) Confedration
b) Federation
c) Unitary state
d) none
14- Reconstruction of Religious Thoughts in Islam is written by:
a) Ibn-e-Khaldun
b) Allama Iqbal
c) Syed Amir Ali
d) none
15- According to Aristotle, tyranny is the perverted form of:
a) Democracy
b) Aristocracy
c) Monarchy
d) none
16- Despotism means:
a) Rule of individual based on law
b) Rule of individual without law
c) Democracy
d) none
17- Mechiavelli was a:
a) Republican
b) Monarchist
c) Aristocrate
d) none
18- The regimes, like Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Soveit Union under Stalin are example of:
a) Authoritarian rule
b) Totalitarian rule
c) liberal democracy
d) none
19- The distinction between the parliamentary and presedential political system depends upon the relationship between:
a) legislature & executive
b) P.M & Presidnet
c) P.M & his cabinet
d) none
20- Who said, " Law is the command of sovereign"?
a) Jean Bodin
b) John Austin
c) Rousseau

d) none


Section-A
Q2. Examine Montesquieu's theory of separation of powers. Why he has been called "Aristotle" of eighteen century? Discuss.

Q3. Critically analyse the Social Contract theory of Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau.

Q4. Discuss the Allam Iqbal's concept of "Khudi".

Q5. Write short notes on the following:
(i) Ibne Khaldun's concept of Asbiyah
(ii) Marx's theory of Class Struggle

Section-B

Q6. Define and discuss Liberty and its safeguards. Enlist the causes of decline in modern times.

Q7. Define political parties and their functions. In your view, which party system is suitable for Pakistan's political system?

Q8. Write short notes:
(i) Independence of judiciary
(ii) Merits of Federation


Political Science Paper-II
POLITICAL SCIENCE
MCQs paper II
1- Quorum of Senate of PAkistan is:
a) 1/2
b) 1/3
c) 1/4
d) 1/5
e) none
2- Under 1973 Constitution of Pakistan, __________ woman/women can be included as mamber/ members of the Council of Islamic Ideology:
a)No
b) One
c) Two
c) Three
3- Financial Powers of the Senate of Pakistan are _________ to the National Assembly of Pakistan:
a) Equal
b) More
c) Less
d) Nil
4- Islam was declared as the State religion under the _________ constitution of Pakistan:
a) 1973
b) 1962
c) 1956
d) 8th amendment
5- Scientific Society was establishe by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in:
a) 1867
b) 1866
c) 1864
d) 1863
6- The first Muslim who became the President of Indian National Congress was:
a) Badruddin Tayyab gi
b) Abdul Kalam Azad
c) Zakir Hussain
d) Abul Kalam
e) none
7- Which American president was shot dead due to violation of convention of Senatorial courtesy?
a) Abraham Licoln
b) Garfeild
c) Jefferson
d) Roosevelt
e) none
8) Pendleton Act was introduced in USA in _________ for the recruitmnet to government posts through competitive examination.
a) 1905
b) 1901
c) 1885
d) 1883
e) none
9- On 15th November 1777, a ________ of 13 states was created in America.
a) Federation
b) Confederation
c) Unity
d) Condomenium
e) none
10- The present constituition of Turkey was drafted by;
a) kamal Ataturk
b) Grand National Assembly
c) National COnsultative Council
d) none
11- The Bolshevic Revolution took place in USSR in:
a) 1915
b) 1917
c) 1919
d) 1949
e) none
12- The presidium of the Supreme Soveit of former USSR consisted of ______ members:
a) 333
b) 303
c) 33
d) 25
e) none
13- The quorum of House of Lords is:
a) 3
b) 33
c) 50
d) 100
e) none
14- The Judicial committtee of Privy council was set up by the Act of _____
a) 1866
b) 1833
c) 1926
d) 1931
e) none
15- Every lord had a right to vote by proxy which was abolished in:
a) 1688
b) 1866
c) 1707
d) 1868
e) none
16- The Privy council consists of _______ members:
a) 30
b) 100
c) 330
d) none
17- The French president is elected by:
a) Electoral college
b) Direct universal sufferage
c) national assembly
d) senate
e) none
18- " Right Honourable" is the title of:
a) Members of the Privy council
b) Cabinet Ministers
c) Judges of the courts
d) None
19- Under the 5th republic, tenure of French president is _______ years:
a) 3
b) 4
c) 5
d) 7
e) none
20- American ___________ is known as the Third Chamber.
a) President
b) Supreme Court
c) Senate
d) House of Representatives
e) none



Section-A


1. American Senate is "the saucer in which the boiling tea of the House is cooled".Elucidate.

2. Explain why kingship is not abolished in England?

3. Examine the Powers of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of USSR.



Section-B


4. Discuss the salient features of 1982 Constitution of Turkey.

5. Discuss the Role of Quaid-i-Azam in creation of Pakistan.

6. Give comparative analysis of the Islamic provisions of 1956, 1962 and 1973 Constitutions of Pakistan.



7. Write short notes on any TWO of the following:

(a) National People's Congress of China

(b) Role of "Leader" in the 1979 Constitution of Iran

(c) "There is no such thing as Indian Secularism",Discuss.