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CBSE class 12th political science exam 2021 will consist of both theories as well as project work. The theoretical paper will have a weightage of 80 marks while the remaining 20 marks will be assessed through project work that was submitted by students prior to the commencement of CBSE class 12th board exams in May 2021. Around 1,99,763 students will appear for the CBSE class 12th political science exam 2021 that will be conducted in over 2698 examination centers across the country and abroad.
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CBSE Class 12th Political Science Exam Pattern 2021
CBSE class 12th political science paper 2021 consisted of a total of 34 questions that were divided into two sections - Part A and Part B carrying an equal weightage of 40 marks for each section. The questions presented were mostly Objective Type Questions, Very Short Answer Type Questions, Long Answer Type Questions, and finally a Map-based Questions. Of the total questions asked, the number of questions having a similar weightage of marks is given in the table below.
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Some of the main topics that were asked in the CBSE class 12th political exam 2021 in both sections - Part A and Part B are given below.
Part A - Contemporary World Politics (40 Marks)
- Cold War Era
- The End of Bipolarity
- US Hegemony in World Politics
- Alternative Centres of Power
- Contemporary South Asia
- International Organizations
- Security in the Contemporary World
- Environment and Natural Resources
Part B - Politics In India Since Independence (40 Marks)
- Challenges of National Building
- Era of One-Party Dominance
- politics of Planned Development
- India's External Relations
- Challenges to the Congress System
- Crisis of the Democratic Order
- Rise of Popular Movements
- Regional Aspirations
- Recent Development in Indian Politics
CBSE Class 12th Political Science Paper 2021 Analysis - Student Feedback
Most students who appeared for the CBSE class 12th political science exam 2021 said that the paper was quite easy. However, there were also a few students who complained that the paper was slightly lengthy. Almost everything that came in the paper was quite straight forward and directly from the prescribed syllabus of NCERT. CBSE introduced objective type questions for one-mark this year, and most students found the multiple-choice questions quite easy, although there were a couple that were difficult and tricky for some due to an in-depth understanding of certain topics and chapters that were needed.
Some students also stated that the question paper pattern was quite similar to the class 12th political science pre-board examination conducted in the school. Almost all the students said that the map-based question was easy to score. Although the long answer type questions were time-consuming, the questions themselves were direct and therefore students were able to attempt without any problem.
CBSE Class 12th Political Science Paper 2021 Analysis - Teachers Review
Teachers also rated the difficulty level of the CBSE class's 12th political science paper 2021 to be easy. Although there were a few questions especially in the one-markers that could have required some time to answer due to the vast syllabus, students who had thoroughly read through all the textbooks and syllabus as prescribed by NCERT would have easily been able to answer them without any problem. The question paper contained questions that were all within the expected syllabus and the overall paper was easy, direct and to the point. Some of the teachers also pointed out that the CBSE class 12th political science paper 2021 was easier than the previous year's paper.