APSET Political Science Model Questions

The Government of Andhra Pradesh is conducting AP State Eligibility Test after several years. The APSET examination will enable Post Graduates to apply for the Assistant Professor and Degree College Lecturer posts in Andhra Pradesh. Here we are giving model questions for Political Science subject. The Paper 2 and Paper 3 will be related to the subject studied by the candidate at the PG level. Following model questions are for an overview of the examination and questions.

APSET 2012 examination is scheduled to be held on 27th July 2012. The syllabus of Political Science for Paper 2 includes topics such as Political Theory and Thought, Comparative Politics and Political Analysis, Indian Government and Politics, Public Administration and International Relations. Completed syllabus may be available on the website www.apset.org.

APSET Model Questions – Political Science:

1. If the Anglo – India community does not get adequate representation in the Lok Sabha, two members of the community can be nominated by the
A. Prime Minister
B. President
C. Speaker
D. President in consultation with the Parliament

2. For the election of President of India, a citizen should have completed the age of
A. 25 years
B. 30 years
C. 35 years
D. 18 years

3. Who said ‘A good citizen makes a good State and a bad citizen makes a bad state’?
A. Plato
B. Rousseau
C. Aristotle
D. Laski

4. A member of Parliament will lose his membership of Parliament if he is continuously absent from Sessions for
A. 45 days
B. 60 days
C. 90 days
D. 365 days

5. In India, the Residuary Powers are vested with
A. Union Government
B. State Government
C. Both the Union Government and the State Government
D. Local Government

6. Who allots portfolios to the Central ministers?
A. President
B. Prime Minister
C. Cabinet Secretary
D. Lok Sabha Speaker

7. Who appoints the Chairman of Public Accounts Committee?
A. Prime Minister
B. President
C. Finance Minister
D. Lok Sabha Speaker

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  1. Hi Admin,
    On a similar note, Political science programs range from associate’s degrees to doctoral degrees; the type of degree program you choose should depend on what your career goals are. Students of other majors also typically take political science courses to fulfill their general education requirements. Some students in majors such as journalism may also minor in political science to supplement their education and make themselves more viable job candidates with an area of specialty. There are many things you can learn by studying political science and many career options that may be open to you with this type of education.


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