CBSE Syllabus 2022-23: Class 12 Political Science – Download To Check New Course Structure and Assessment Sch – Jagran Josh

CBSE Class 12 Political Science Syllabus 2022-2023 can be downloaded from here in PDF. Prepared for the CBSE Class 12 Political Science Board Exam according to the course content mentioned in this revised syllabus only.
CBSE Class 12 Political Science Syllabus 2022-2023 includes the details of course content that needs to be prepared throughout the current academic session. It covers the major elements describing contemporary world politics and the politics in India since independence. Unit-wise weightage is mentioned in the syllabus which would be helpful to concentrate on the important topics. Students must analyse the full syllabus and plan their study schedule according to the same. The guidelines for project work (20 marks) are also mentioned in the syllabus. Students must check the latest CBSE Class 12 Political Science Syllabus to prepare for their board exams in the right manner. Check and download the syllabus below.
CBSE Class 12 Political Science (Code No. 028) Course Structure 2022-23
Time: 3 hrs.
Max. Marks: 80
Part A: Contemporary World Politics
Units
Contents
Marks
1
The End of Bipolarity
8
2
New Centres of Power
12
3
Contemporary South Asia
4
United Nations and its Organizations
10
5
Security in Contemporary World
6
Environment and Natural Resources
10
7
Globalization
 
Total
40
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Part B: Politics in India since Independence
Units
Contents
Marks
1
Challenges of Nation-Building
08
2
Planned Development
3
India’s Foreign Policy
08
4
Parties and Party System in India
12
5
Democratic Resurgence
6
Regional Aspirations
12
7
Indian Politics: Recent Trends and Development
 
Total
40
COURSE CONTENTS
Part A: Contemporary World Politics – 22 Periods
1.The End of Bipolarity
Disintegration of Soviet Union, Unipolar World, Middle East Crisis – Afghanistan, Gulf War, Democratic Politics and Democratization – CIS and the 21st Century (Arab Spring).  
2 New Centres of Power Organizations – 18 Periods
European Union, ASEAN, SAARC, BRICS. Nations: Russia, China, Israel, India, Japan and South Korea.  
3 Contemporary South Asia 18 Periods
Conflicts and efforts for Peace Democratization in South Asia: Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives.
4 United Nations and its Organizations  10 Periods
Principal Organs, Key Agencies: UNESCO, UNICEF, WHO, ILO, Security Council and the Need for its Expansion.
5 Security in Contemporary World 12 Periods
Security: Meaning and Type; Terrorism.
6 Environment and Natural Resources 12 Periods
Environmental Movements, Global Warming and Climate Change, Conservation of Natural Resources.
7 Globalization Globalization – 12 Periods
Meaning, Manifestation and Debates.
Part B: Politics in India since Independence
1 Challenges of Nation-Building 16 Periods
Nation and Nation Building. Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel and Integration of States. Nehru’s approach to nation-building; Legacy of partition: challenge of ‘refugee’ Resettlement, the Kashmir problem. Political conflicts over language. Linguistic Organisation of States.
2 Planned Development – 08 Periods  
Changing nature of India’s Economic Development Planning Commission and Five Year Plans, National Development Council, NITI Aayog.
3 India’s Foreign Policy 20 Periods
Principles of Foreign Policy; India’s Changing Relations with Other Nations: US, Russia, China, Israel; India’s Relations with its Neighbours: Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Myanmar; India’s Nuclear Programme.  
4 Parties and Party System in India
One Party Dominance, Bi-Party System, Multi-Party Coalition System.
5 Democratic Resurgence –  30 Periods for both 4 & 5 
Jaya Prakash Narayan and Total Revolution, Ram Manohar Lohia and Socialism, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya and Integral Humanism, National Emergency, Democratic Upsurges – Participation of the Adults, Backwards and Youth.
6 Regional Aspirations
Rise of regional parties. Punjab Crisis. The Kashmir Issue, Movements for Autonomy.
7 Indian Politics: Recent Trends and Development 36 Periods for both 6 & 7  
Era of Coalitions, National Front, United Front, United Progressive Alliance (UPA) – I & II, National Democratic Alliance (NDA) I, II, III & IV, Issues of Development and Governance.
Prescribed Books:
1. Contemporary World Politics, Class XII, Published by NCERT
2. Politics in India since Independence, Class XII, Published by NCERT
3. Reference Material available with this document.
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