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JKBOSE Class 12th Pol. Science MCQ Answers Available Here

JKBOSE Class 12th Pol. Science MCQ Answers: Verify Your Responses Here

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Check your answers for JKBOSE Class 12th Political Science Z series multiple choice questions here.

(a) What do you mean by Arms Control ?

Ans: Limiting weapons to increase security is arms control.
Arms control limits and reduces weapons.

(b) Who was Gorbachev ?

Ans: Mikhail Gorbachev was the last leader of the Soviet Union.
Gorbachev was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1985 to 1991.

(c) Bangladesh got independence in :

Ans: 1971

(d) Correct and rewrite the statement :

Indian PM Manmohan Singh under took bus journey to Pakistan on March, 1998.

Ans: In March 1999, Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee embarked on a bus journey to Pakistan.

(e) What do you mean by Disarmament ?

Ans: Disarmament means reducing a country's military power, including weapons, troops, and equipment.

(f) Globalisation has involved greater trade in commodities across the...

Ans: across the world.

(g) What do you mean by Antartica region ?

Ans: Antarctica is the southernmost continent on Earth, covered by ice and snow.

(h) .............a leader of Congress Party supported the view that plans must be agrarian centric.

Ans: Sonia Gandhi

(i) Recognise the parties with whom the following symbols are associated :

(A) Broom
(B) Bi-cycle

Ans: (A) Broom - Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
(B) Bi-cycle - Samajwadi Party (SP)

(j) Indian Nationalism sought to balance the principles of unity and....

Ans: diversity.

(k) What do you mean by Non-party movements ?

Ans: Non-party movements are political movements not affiliated with any party.

(L) Most of the BKU members belonged to a community.

Ans: Most of the BKU members belonged to the Sikh community.

(m) The Meerut agitation was seen as a great show of rural power of:

Ans: farmers

(n) The Congress Party that had won as many as 415 seats in Lok Sabha elections in :

Ans: 1984

(O) What did the believers of Hindutva propagate ?

Ans: Believers of Hindutva propagated Hindu nationalist ideology advocating Hindu values.

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