PSEB 11th Class Political Science Book Solutions Guide in Punjabi English Medium

Punjab State Board Syllabus PSEB 11th Class Political Science Book Solutions Guide Pdf in English Medium and Punjabi Medium are part of PSEB Solutions for Class 11.

PSEB 11th Class Political Science Guide | Political Science Guide for Class 11 PSEB in English Medium

Political Science Guide for Class 11 PSEB | PSEB 11th Class Political Science Book Solutions

11th Class Political Science Guide PSEB Part A Foundations of Political Science

Political Science Guide for Class 11 PSEB Part B Indian Constitution and Government

PSEB 11th Class Political Science Syllabus

Part – A Foundations of Political Science

Unit I: Meaning, Scope, and Significance of Political Science
(a) Meaning of Political Science.
(b) Scope and Significance of Political Science.
(c) Relationship of Political Science with History, Economics, Sociology.
(d) Citizen and his Rights and Duties.
(e) Citizen and Citizenship.

Unit II: (a) Meaning of Rights and Duties.
(b) Relation between Rights and Duties.
Basic Concepts
(a) Law – Meaning and its Kinds.
(b) Liberty – Meaning. Kinds and Safeguards.
(c) Equality – Meaning, Kinds, Liberty, and Equality.
(d) Justice.

Unit III: State, Forms of Governments
(a) State and its attributes.
(b) State and Government differences.
(c) Forms of Governments.
a. Democratic and Authoritarian (Dictatorial)
b. Parliamentary and Presidential.
c. Unitary and Federal.

Unit IV: Organs of Government
(a) Executive – Types of Executive, Functions.
(b) Legislature, Types of Legislature – Unicameral and Bicameral, Functions.
(c) Judiciary, Importance, and Functions, Independence of the Judiciary.

Part – B Indian Constitution and Government

Unit V: (a) Preamble
(b) Salient features of the Indian Constitution.
(c) Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy.
(a) Fundamental Rights: Nature and Kinds.
(b) Fundamental Duties.
(c) Directive Principles of the State Policy – Importance and Sanctions behind them.
(d) Distinction and relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.

Unit VI: Indian Federal System
(a) Nature of Indian Federation.
(b) Union-State Relations: Legislative, Administrative, and Financial.
Union Government.
(c) The Union Executive – President, Prime Minister, and Council of Ministers.

Unit VII: The Union Legislature
(Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha)
Law Making procedure (ordinary bill and money bill)
The State Government.
(a) State Executive – Governor, Chief Minister, and Council of Ministers.
(b) State Legislature.

Unit VIII: District Administration.
Indian Judicial System.
(a) The Supreme Court.
(b) State High Court.

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