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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Political Parties - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Political Parties - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Which two parties were formed after they split with the parent party ?


Answer :

Nationalist Congress Party
Akali Dal
Shiv Sena
Communist Party of India


Question :

Select the statement related to the advantages
of multi-party system


Answer :

Multi-party system provides limited choice to voters.
There is a chance of conflict.
Provides choice to the voters.
In Multi-party system regional parties get the representation.


Question :

Define coalition government:


Answer :

Government of more than two political parties in case no single party gets the majority.
Government of two political parties.
Government of two or more regional parties.
Government of two or more national parties.


Question :

Give the meaning of 'Alliance'.


Answer :

Two parties together form the government.
Leftist and Rightist together form the government.
When state and national parties together form the government.
When several parties in a multi-party system join for the purpose of contesting elections and winning power.


Question :

Are political parties only present in big countries ?


Answer :

Yes, political parties are only present in big countries
No, political parties are present in only small countries.
It's not certain that political parties are only present in big countries.
All the above.


Question :

On what basis state parties cannot be recognised as national parties ? Select the
option :


Answer :

If state parties do not get success in at least 4 states.
If state parties do not get 4 percent of vote,
If state parties do not get 6 percent of vote.
If state parties do not get at least two seats.


Question :

Name the oldest political party in India.


Answer :

Bharatiya Jana Sangh
Indian National Congress (Congress Party)
The Communist Party
Bharatiya Janata Party


Question :

Which state has maximum recognised regional or state parties ?


Answer :

Tamil Nadu
Kerala
Andhra Pradesh
Punjab


Question :

Election Commission means :


Answer :

A body which allots symbols to political parties.
An organ which defends political rights.
An independent multi-member body which is constituted to supervise, conduct and direct election.
An organisation to conduct Bi-election.


Question :

An Affidavit signifies (Legal);


Answer :

Signed document where a person makes a sworn statement regarding his or her antecedents.
A law to check the menace.
Legal document to declare the academic qualification.
All of the above.