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Maharashtra Board HSC Political Science Syllabus 2021-2022
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Maharashtra Board Class 11 Political Science Syllabus
Class 11: Part I
- State – Meaning, Essential components of the state, State and Society, State and Government
- Nation – Meaning, Difference between State and Nation.
- Liberty – Meaning, Types and Importance
- Equality and Justice – Meaning and Types
- Human Rights – Declaration of Human Rights, National Human Rights Commission, State Human Rights Commission; Composition and functions.
Class 11: Part II
Contemporary World Politics
- Changing World – Cold war, End of Bipolarization, Emergence of Uni – polar system, Multi polar system
- International Organizations – Need, Different organization 1) International Organizations 2) Regional Organizations
- World Security – Meaning, Importance, Factors endangering world security – Terrorism, Violation of Human Rights, Poverty in the World, Arms race
- Globalization – Meaning, Emergence of Globalization, Effects of Globalization, India and Globalization
Maharashtra Board Class 12 Political Science Syllabus
Class 12: Part I
- Indian Constitution : Characteristics
- Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental duties.
- Legislature : Parliament. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Law making process, Amendment procedure State legislature : Vidhan Sabha, Vidhan Parishad
- Executive : Union Executive :
President – Election, Power and Functions Vice President – Election, Power and Functions
Prime Minister and Council of Ministers – Election,
Collective Responsibility and Role of Prime Minister
State Executive : Governor, Chief Minister and Council of – Ministers.
- Judiciary : Introduction, composition
- Supreme Court : Introduction, Composition, power and function
- High Court : Composition, power and function
- Subordinate Court, Lok Nyalaya
- Independence of the judiciary
Class 12: Part II
Politics in India
- Patterns of Party Competition
- One party dominant system
- Towards multi party system
- Political and Social Movements
- Nature of social movement
- Role of movements in democratic system
- Examples of movements: Caste, Workers, Women
- Farmers etc.
- New trends in Indian Politics
- Changing relations between caste and politics – OBC Politics
- Regionalism and Increasing importance of states
- Rising importance of religion in Indian Politics.
Internal assessment –
- Field visit
- News paper cutting
- Book Review